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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 14, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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F VOL. II. No. %U.
LIVE OAK FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 16O7. TEN CENTS A WEEK. xY
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! NEW ORLEANS EXCITEDBLACK ORCHARDS RUINED.- CRIMINAL COURT PROCEEDINGS.Two .

Destructive Wind Storm A SALVADOR REVOLUTIONPRESIDENT r THEY DIVIDED

h: Around Lively Cases Have Been FoughtOut SFftSi
':' Fort Valley.
l i Yesterday and Today.The .

<.' HAND THROWS SHADOW Fort Valley Ga.. June 13.-Heavy
.
ZELAYA SAYS AL- criminal court chamber was
BUSINESS MEN wind
AND and rain storms this afternoon CONFESSED GRAFTER TAKES |
1- FORA IS THE LEADING the scene of a stoutly fought case
did
CONFERA
,,,:;; fearful damage to farms and DISTURBER yesterday when a darkey was up for STAND TO CONVICT HIS .j|
orchards hereabouts. One "PAL"
orchard 1
t. that perjury. Frank Major by name .
sold its fruit for $% :1
.500 a week ,
was turned over to the grand juryat

BOYV\ AS KIDNAPPED ago is reported a total loss. J. M. .the fall term of circuit court_ here (
Green's
orchard Is FAVORABLE TO
ruined. FEDERATIONNicaragua
orchards are damaged twenty-five Other because it is alleged he admitted in HE COLLECTED URGE SUMS

,. to open court to having sworn to a lie.
fifty per cent.ITALIA..
;;; The grand jury indicted him for per-
rl And $6OOO Ransom Demanded off ,
Is Taking Xo Part In the I Jury and 'hIs case came up at this
His Father-This Caused Steps I S IN A FIGHT. Bud Says When He Extorted MoneyHe i
? Revolution In Salvador Sympathizes term of the criminal court.
Against "Black Hand"f Hurried to the 3
Mayor to
Two Fatally Shot and Two ,Others With Revolutionists CoL Hardee assisted Solicitor Mc-
e Dividethe Spoils j
Wounded. Collom in the prosecution and the 1

defendant was represented by CoLL.
t:' New Orleans June 12-Official Monroe La., June 13.-In a run- .
L ning fight with revolvers Boise Idaho, June 13. The men E. Roberson. Major was acquittedby ;
that a dangerous Black and knives.
San Francisco
cognizance CaL June 12.-
In which who are .battling to save the life of the jury.Another .
organization exists In New women participated two
: Hand When the Schmitz trial was resumed -
Orleans was taken today by the Progressive Italian men were probably fatally William D. Haywood and the good case which is being today with Abraham Ruef on the '
shot name of the Western Federation of fought out today is that of the State
Union the most influential today and two others wounded.The stand, court overruled the objection .

commercial body in the city comprising fight was started by a drunkenman. Miners made their greatest assault vs. Lizzie Anderson, charged with of the defense to the question that

a membership of nearly 2,000 'upon Harry Orchard today, when assaultwith Intent to commit mur- was pending when court adjourned ,;

business menPresident carrying the review of cross-examlna- der. yesterday.The .

Godchaux. of the union, Installation Services at the Presby- tion of his life of crime down to his Rees & Rees are defending the question was: ,

'. issued a call to members to attend a terian Church. confession they bitterly assailed his case and CoL Butler and Solicitor "Did you. In January, 1905 in the .;

mass meeting tonight which had been Sunday will be an epoch making guiding motives.Six McCollom are conducting the prosecu- house at 2840 Fillmore stret give 1

called by wealthy New Orleans Ital- day with the Presbyterians In the days they spent in strippinghim tion. this defendant Eugene Schmitz ,

-. fans in protest against the Black city of Live Oak..At the 11 o'clock before the Jury of every shredof Jno. Williams was acquitted yes- $2,500 In currency?" -1

Hand. This call was precipitated by hour the Rev. J. F. Ford will be in- morality and then suddenly turn- terday on a charge of grand larceny Ruef replied in the affirmative. t

a the supposed kidnapping of eight- stalled as pastor of the church. Thisis ing upon him in a final'fierce attack through inability to get material Ruef said when he gave the $%.500

year-old Walter Lamana last Satur- the first service of the kind, to be { they fought with every means knownto witnesses here. to Schmitz he told the mayor lt-was '

day night and the subsequent de- held in the history of the church f the legal craft to convince the Ulysses Foreman and Alex. his (Schmitz's) share .of the $5,000 a

mand for $6,000 ransom from his and is something new to a great Jury that Orchard was :Committing a Beasley were arraigned on a chargeof that had been received from the ..-,

father a well-to-do Italian ,undertaker many people. Rev. E. W. Way, of crime in falsely swearing away the obstructing railway track and French restaurants. Ruef testified ;

{ Fernandina, will have charge of the lives of innocent men in the hope of Foreman plead guilty and Beasley not that he had in January. 1906. given i

Mr Lamana went yesterday to services and those who had the saving his own. They carried their guilty. to, Schmitz $1.500. telling the mayor :

Kenner La, ostensibly to pay the pleasure of hearing him at commencement attack to the Very laiguage with that the French restaurant keepers _'

ransom money and obtain his boy. know what to expect. He which the witness answered their Woodmen Sermon Postponed. had paid a second Installment

He returned alone. will have something good for us. question and everywhere they alleged Rev. Dutill has just received a amounting to 3000. ..\
Godchaux said that Judge Dunne's temporary court
President no
Now these services are open to everybody by forceful implication that it was telegram calling him out of the
New Orleans'would be safe room today was crowded to its :
home in and we would only be too gladto put into his mouth by men controll- city, and will necessitate his being
j if outrages recently perpetrated here, capacity, as it was recognized that i
ing him.
have you with us on this Impor- away Sunday and for that reason the
presumably by the Black Hand, were this was the crucial day of the trlaL
tant occasion. he to to the
sermon was preach
It was expected that Ruefs answer to
not stopped. He appointed a committee -
N. Eisenberg a prominent memberof Woodmen Sunday will be postPone
the question to whether he had
as or
to work with the police and
J. B. Hawkins of Pinemount, wasa
the. T. P. A.. and Knights of the'GriP. Rev. Chas. W. Irvin of Texas had not given the $2,500 to Mayor
Italians. visitor in town the
today, attending is. In the city calling on our will fill the pulpit at both hours Sun- Schmlt would-practically decide what
Several years ago New Orleanswas criminal court.
merchants. i day at the Methodist church. the verdict of the jury would be and a
the scene of such serious Italian '
for that the interest of the
reason
disorders that It is proposed to run


no Recently risk of their several recurrence.small acts of violence THE GREAT LIVE OAK BAPTIST big Ruef crowd looked of as spectators he pale took and was the a trifle Intense.witness apprehensive

have led to a suspicion that a
stand. He had himself apparentlywell
,
Black Hand or similar society la. retiring
under control, however. Schmitz

acticity. looked better, and seemed in better

I 4 Second Advent Christian Church. MEETING CLOSED LAST NIGHT trial spirits began.that at any _time since the


! Regular services Sunday June 16. The argument as to the admlssl-

morning and evening at 11 o'clock bility of the pending question was .

I. and 7:45 o'clock. The morning subJect I II brief, and ended against the defense.J. .
; One of the most far-reaching meet-I thirty minutes In which he discussed come with them myself and do all
will be "What Evidences Have
J .
ji | We that We Are Christians?" ings ever held in the Baptist churchwas the project as it related itself to I I can to make the work a success.In I H. Folk, of Norwood, is In town

the one held yesterday after- the community at large. He took
up today, looking after business mat
": The subject at night will be "Will my judgment, you are facing a
noon at four o'clock. Brother Ridley the Bible school feature and discus- ters.
.14_ .| Any Kind of Doctrine Save Us?" crisis. You have outgrown your lit
that he wanted the
had announced
sed It at some length and then the
.1 The pastor will speak at both ser tle church almost before it is finished
. people to come and let him tell themof conference idea. Said he: "I con- W. D. Mercer, a prominent naval
:, vices. and something must be done. Youcan't
a dream he had andit proved a sider it a great opportunity. Floridaof I stores operator of EllavIlle, was a
lJt
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. stand stilL If you don't takea
veritable dream. He began by say- all places under the sun Is the visitor in the city today.W. .
Prayer meeting, Tuesday night at forward step you must take a back
1.- ing that if his dream were ever real- place for a mid-winter conference.In .
, 7:45 o'clock. step. But if you feel able to undertake -
ized it would cost the congregation two or three places In Florida this L. Whitfield.. who Is Mr.
J| Every body cordially invited to attend this work I will do all in my
several thousand dollars. He then idea has taken hold of the people Holmes right hand man in the bot-
these services. power,to help you. We will advertiseit
I went on to give the dream. Said he: and they have launched a Bible con- tling works came in from' the Park
with our Atlanta conference and
"It has pained my heart to see the ference; but at neither place has it this morning where he went in the
i! Dr, G. B. Smithson of Wellborn many will come from all over the
l- people turned away from this church succeeded because of the other things Interest of the Live Oak Bottling
came up last night and is a business South to the very first meeting. May
S.Ii -people who really came to hear I(r run ,in connection with it. If you Works.
God help to and embrace
visitor in Live Oak today. you see your
I want this buildIng' have Bible
the gospel. are going to a conference "
!
s. made over so that we can seat twelveor J I I you can't mix a lot of jim-crack foolery pivotal opportunity There will be skating tonight at

a Alter June 15. 1907, we will discontinue and I'll At Night. the Auditorium and the Fifth City
1-1= fifteen hundred people I with it and hope for success. It

) our pressing club business tell you how it can be done. I have must be strictly a Bible conference The house was packed to the doors Brass Band will be out in force to g

I until further notice. Live Oak Steam figured it all out reduced my dreamto and this you can have if you will long before the services began. :Mr. give music for the evening. All who

Laundry 14-2t the floor the accommodations. Talk enjoy either music or skating will enjoy -
1 paper .and show you provide Will D. Upshaw, editor of the Golden

3 plan as I have it in my mind. We about advertisements there has never Age was present and spoke a few the evening at the Auditorium
IRev.. A. V. Reese who has been attending -
3 will remove all the Sundayschoolrooms been any such advertisement of your minutes to the congregation beforeDr. tonight.

the Broughton meetings in from our present building and beautiful city as this conference Broughton began his sermon.
$ 1 this city for the past ten days left The advertisement of the Fifth
1 seat- it
To with
make it one large auditorium would bring. begin Mr. Upshaw held a gracious meeting

13 i WI morning for his home at Craw- ing eight hundred people.. Then we would bring literally hundreds of here two years ago ,and all the peo- City Brass Band calls to your atten-

tordville. Fla. will erect a Sunday-school depart men here from the North and West ple were glad to see and hear him. tion the fact that they will have good

11 ment on the west side of the church some of whom always spend their He spoke tenderly of the movement music for ye skaters tonight. The

i3) We call attention to the advertise- 57x40 feet, which will consist in winters in your State. It would bring just launched and pledged his hearty band boas deserve your patronageand

ment of the Cash Surprise Store Intoday's wealth into: you will enjoy the skate too.
class rooms, large lecture rooms these men of immense support to the movement, with the

11 1 1 issue. This firm is compelled I baraca hall etc., with a seating cap- your borders and with their money Golden Age open to it.
to move from I W. H. Sealey a prominent merchant -
their
-1 present quarters acity of 400. This addition will be they would pay the expenses of your Following Mr. Upshaw Miss Gloer
1S i Md their stock is being sacrificed. Into the These men come to my own of Alachua, passed throughthis
so arranged as to be thrown meeting. sang and then Dr. Broughton spokeon
1 1 ? There will be rare bargains. See and if had morning en route home from
1! main auditorium when needed which conference in Atlanta you : "Sowing and Reaping." It wasa
> *
II them. Mayo where he had been to look
11 with a gallery will give us the most the same speakers I have they would powerful message. The power of
after his business at that place. Mr.
auditorium in the entire come here also. These men have God was upon the man and for over
Kiss* up-to-date Sealey has extensive mercantile Interest -
Eula Griffin who has been of dollars into my
poured thousands hour he spoke out of the tender-
an
i :. mang State. Alachua Mayo and Willis-
at
:Mrs.
11 J. T, Butler for the past and will they do here. By
.peek went on to say that the work, so ness of his heart to the great congre-
Ridley
leaves Mr. ton.
'
: this afternoon for her when the town could all means, enlarge your auditoriumand gation. He had three main divisions

"o.e ,la Jacksonville. Miss Griffin time had come the conference. for their
religiously for have all of which were striking
made not have any big thing Mrs.
? many new friends during Dr. Broughton Broughtonand
in havinga
; to haveIt. "Your greatest problem simplicity.
Th1t to the lack of room-no big place Miss Gloer left over the SeaboardAir
has had
city and abore.
-
fj* told Dr. Broughton conference is the problem of men. 1. Men who sow seed expect to
t ** Pleasant visit here. He said he had Line railway for Valdosta, via
he stood don't have the very best men
and that If you reap.
3 of his dream Madison this morning. Dr. Broughton -

0 k letter from ready to assist in the project in any in the world, the people will not 2. Men who sow seed expect to will speak tonight at the great ..
ReT. J. T. Butler to to Atlanta and
wanted a They wil go
locrat'edltor way he could. Said he come. reap more than they sow. Temperance rally in Valdosta, The
says that he has But I have one thingto
Broughton Northfield.
to gored Bible Conference, like Dr. to 3. Men who sow seed may ex- people of Live Oak are very sorry to
considerably
ail In health
on which I have never
,- opting and he had in Atlanta, each year and say to you pect to reap the same kind of seed ,see Dr. and Mrs. Broughton and Miss
Is will arrive here to- willingto anybody else but Ridley. It
row, and will much to the delight that. the doctor was perfectly said to will arrange the sown. Gloer go away. Their friends here

his ngregauon co-operate with him to that end. is this: if you Five united with the church at extend even beyond the limit of their
be the
able to occupy I will arrange for I

) 1t is his church at both hours Following these remarks of some Dr. auditorium.men. I can get them, and I will the close of the service. acquaintance.
talk
Broughton made a
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A Happy Motber swill nun n.e ; = :::: =:. ::- .- 9 2 U 80 5.71 j Unknown.......... entire block>> C 4.. Braaford. I 14 m

see that her baby Is properly rnknown ..... . sw 14 of sw- . . .17 2 11 to I.U Unknown: ........... entire block C5._ Branford..17 I 14 S
cared for-to do **<. a good jrarga- Cnk110YA ... .. w Li of II" % ....IS 2 It 80 1.11 Empire Land Co .. ... an, less n 34 of 1ot'1..U 111m St
Live I babies suffer Daniels. R ... ... w ?4 of sw ;: of sw- .. less Douglas J. ......... aw 34 of ne 34 __........22 6 14 4* tf
> necessary Many 3 acres . . .18 2 11 n 2.01Hightowers Green J_ T. ......... aw 34 of ne 34 ........:S I It 49 tf
from worms iM their mothers Unknown ........... fractional part of e 34 of
Mary e ? of nw ;. 0' ne y .13 2 11 20 Ll1
don't know it-If your baby Is feverish Howard Jas. ._. ... 10 a s side of BY 4 of ne % nw 34 __.. ._......_.2S I 14 BUnkaowa III
and doesat sleep at eights it Is and ny y Qf ae % and ........... ae 34 of se 34 ..........33 I 14 4tUnknowa .
troubled>> with worms W1 Wa Cream 15 a II side of ew ;. of lie ........ 34 of ne 34 ... ....... 1 7 14 89 :
% and 11 % of nw ..20 2 U 25 12.15 Unknown ........... e 3i of nw 34 ........ 2 7 14 19
Veroifnge will else oat these Karrti Cobltt . II S of Be y . . .U 2 14 80 i.n Unknown ...... ..... lot C . . ....... 4 7 14 2* tf
worms is a mild pleasant way Once Corbett L A.. . n.of ne % . . .24 3 14 to 2.n Unknown.......... e % of se 34 . ._...4 7 14 ft .
tried always tsaed. CiTe it a triaL Goodbread C. S. . w of se %.. less 11 a aside Unknown _._........ all in county _.. _...11 7 14 4# tf
Price 25 eeats. Sold by Sawaaaee and e side of nw y Jenkins W. R. .... .. ne 34 of aw 34 u u .u. '7 1 IS 49 1*

Co. dw of JOe v . . . .%! 2 It n 3.51 \ Wm. ........ n 34 of se 34 of nw 34 o..u T 1 12 2f UIVlnn.
Drag CJ1kJI.owu ... u..... e % of se y of Sy 3 .27 2 14 20 1.94 Unknown .. .... .... aw 34 of aw 34 and sw 34 .19 1 12 2ft! 43

Ranter a.ek c.. . ne of ae %. . . .%& 2 Ii U. Z.97Strawter. Unknown ... ..... fractional part of aw 34. of
Judging from talk a "power" .. Jas. ... . w ,4 of nw ;., less 4 a Innw ne 34 and ne 34 of aw 34
some ordinary chap that sot electedto corner . . .%, 2 U 'lG 5.19 and s 34 of n % __. ...U 1 11Sf 2*
public oCee. Thomas. A. A. u. e Iri of sy % . . .U 2 11 iO 6.12 Davis Dan. ....... fractional put of e H of w
Brysaa. Conner ... .. e of ne y and ne u of 34 and sw 34 of sw 34-.12 1 11** ,tf
lie %. and 30 a s side of Fort. Easter i ...... nw 34 of aw 34 . .. ..13 II* ** **
Ceauvkable Be ice. nw % of ne ".; . .3% 2 U 150 1.:1 Robinson L. B. .. .. w 34 of se 34 . ....13 1 12 J*
That truth Is stranger than fiction Makfah. Aim u. 11 a II end of sw of ne Freeman J. J. .. .. N 34 of nw 34 . .....IT 1 13 49 I
has once core been demonstrated in y . . . . .33 2 Ii 11 l.tS Jenkins }(no M. a. .. m % of ne 34 and se 34 of

the little tows of Fedora Tena-, the Unknown ..._...... 10 a 11 side of nw % of ne ne 34 . . ... 181 13 229 JJ
}. . . . . .32 2 11 10 L:$ Dexter. H. F. .. ..- s 34 of ne" % . . ...22 1 13 II g
restdecce cf C. V. Pepper. He writes: BrownL v. ..... .. s of Be }; . . .3% 2 U 80 %..UBryson. Boon L .. .. .... sw 34 of se 34 . .....24 1 13 4t
"I was la bed entirely disabled with Conner .. a 'rs of ew }. and all of Spencer Kelly .. e 34 of ne 34 . .....2C 1 13 ** 1f
hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. n' y and ne u of Sy Martin. IL .... ..... s cis of sw . "..." 1 SiS S
Doctors failed to help me, and all and w of se % of Collins W. L .. ... . .__ : 2
hope bad fled when I began taking s of railroad . . .31 2 11 no I.SO Dexter H. F. . . nw 'JO 4 of ne-34 and"sw *4 1

Cnk110Yn ... . w of De . . 2 3 It 80 4.48 Unknown .. ......... Has side of ne 34 of-aw tf
Dr. King's New Discovery. Then instant Brown. J. V. . . nw y of ny y . . 2 Z 14 40 LU 34 . . . ... 2 2 1* *1 tk" B
relief came. The coughing Jefferson. Steve . Z a In w 3n of awe, n by King. Geo. .. : ..... n 34 of ne % of se 34 .. I 2 13 2t g
soon ceased: the bleeding diminished railroad . . . 2 3 14 2 1.%5
rapidly, and In three weeks I was Bryson. Conner . sw % and w of Be '-' . 3 3 U 2iO 8.01 Collins. W. K. .... .. n 34 of ne 34 and sw 34 of

able to to work." Guaranteed Cnknown ... . block 6, Houston . . 3 3 14 5.19 ne 34 and aw 34 of se 34
go Bl'111011. Conner. . n- y of ne % and ne ;. and ne 34 of sw 34 and LH > .tJ
cure for coughs and colds. $Oe and of nw y and w of nwy n 34 of se 3i of sw '...11 "

$1.00 at Barclay It Groorer drugstore. . . . . 4 I 14 160 11.1 Unknown ......... }. a. 105x105 ft. e by 4th. :#
Trial bottle free. dw Douglas J. .... .. ne 4 of Be % . . 4 3 It 40 1.53 s by section line . .14 2 ii.
Brown J. V. . . ne 4 and e '{ of nw %, II Granger Fannie .. 1 sin se cor of e 34 of sw sJ
bet- /s of se % . . it 3 It 320 15.19 %4 . . . . .14 2 13 1
The strongest argument: for a Thomas, Arch .. . 22 a e side of ny % of ne Unknown ... ....... 1-3 a In sw cor of sw 34 of "
ter life is a stomach that asks one % . . . . a 3 14 22 2.'$ sw .1{ 2rnder 11 1-1
to lire that way. Thomas Mose . .. 11 a In e of ne % of nw Mrs. Loren. .. lot 67x209 ft."a"by"Carro'J.. JI,
ye . . . . 6 3 It 11 I.U in JiW' % of BW % .11 2 11 k:
Brown. J, V. . . e .4 of ne'4 . . 8 S 14 SO 3.85Brown Whitfield. C. H. ,. .. lot 70 269 2-3 ft. n by Fiider -
DeWHfs Kidney and Bladder Pills
.. .... . . e by :Mickler and s by II
J. V. w 'i ofnw y 9 a 14 80 %.14Bryson. 2 11
for Backache weak
unequaled .14
are street . . 11
kidneys inflammation of the bladder Conner . 58 y of ne % and nw 1of Chapman. .. . .. 2 a In se 34 of se % . .15 2 IS J
ne 4. and ne 3w of nw %.10 3 It no 5.U Elliott
*. P. ....
and all urinary troubles. A week's Unknown ... ... .. ne y of se y . . .10 3 Ii 40 1.4eMcMUlen 434 a In se :34 of se %. n. .15 2 1S' Ii 11
treatment for 25 cents. Sold by CityPharmacy. R. 11. . sw % of nw 1Jt. less 5 an's by rj. s by sec line II"
d* e . ... . .11 S Ii 35 2.11 Pompy, 'raD.k .. .. s H of aw '. . . .20 2 13McGrtff.
UnKuuwu ... . Be }4 ofse .* . . .14 3 Ii 40 1.46 P. T .. . nw 34 of se . . .22 2 1* ?*!* jjjl
Unknown . ... s % of sw y . . .14 Z Ii 80 2.97 Unknown ... ...... nw U of ne 2: .22 2 13
The surest test of optimism is the Patterson P. sw y of nw 'K . . .20 1 U 40 2'16 White Steve . . 8 a in se cor of"ne"34 -of .. u I **

lack of complaint against any brandof Unknown . ... s ?Z of sw %. less 20 sw J 2
weather side and sy y of se an'I I Unknown .. ... .. ... ae % of ;; 1s and"w"4"o"f"

Unknown ... . sy y of se y . sw 34 of ne y, less 14 a.2 t 41 k
Unknown ... . w 3z of ne ;; and e }1 of ia east end . . 2 *
When you feel the need of a pill nw y ; . . .24 3 Ii 1S0 5.74 tiair.. W. G. .. .. .. lot 7. block 1%. r.r. add to t*
Jf
take a DeWitt Little Early Riser. Unknown ... . nw 14 of ne' . . .25 3 14 40 145 Live Oak "" ."
Sold by City Pharmacy. d.. Unknown ... . entire less ne y of ne 1Jt. .%8 3 14 600 23.70 Anderson Cbcalot II, block S.'V'r.'add'to" IS lIP
Unknown . ... .. 15 a e side or 8W y of nw Live Ook . .22 2
e % . . . . .303 Ii 15 1.05Brorn Stafford 1. J. lot 16 block 6, lot s"biock .
Paid For. W. H., &: Son. 8 % ofsw y4 . . .30 3 Ii 80 2.45 12 and lot 8 block 11. r.r **
Bacon-To which political party Brown W. IL, &: Son. n J,2 of nw % . . .31 3 Ii 80 :::45 add to Lire Oak .2- 3 .
friend belong? Stockton. lOng . se y. of nw %. less 1 aeanw Howard R. H. .... lot 13. block 11. rr addto VRlchardsoaj.ula.
.
does your corner . . .36 3 14 39 2.15 Oak . . ." 2 JS
Egbert-Well, I guess he belongsto Lake Butler Lodge 1 a In nw corner of se % .. loft? block 1. "rV add to '.. II

both 'parties. They're both of nw y . . . .36 3 14 1 1.15 Live Oak *2 2 **

bought him often enough to owhlmYonker"a Attoway S. A. . sw % of Ie 4 . . .36 3 14 40 3.U Unknown .. .. ....... lots 1 and 3. biik 1| rr 'aVd" .. sI .

GOBS, D. S. . . e J,2 of se y . . .36 3 Ii 80 345Revels. LiTe . .
Statesman.fOlDSllom O. J. . .,. 1834 a n side of ISW 4 of .. Unknown ... .... lot\ n rr add vo" s.f
ISW % . . eo . 6 4 11 184 Z.'l 5 LITe : ." 2 1S
Dancy. D. Y. . . entire block 4 Pinemount. 6 4 14 1.45 Unknown ........ .. lots 6 flY.M : Jm Robinson. R. 1- .... lots 4 and 7... block 2, Live
Ftnemount ..... ... .. 6 4 14 LT4 Unknown ......... .. ..nvi and aiiii."i
dune CeJ ..f meets paisioalar rr add to Li.." Oak 22 2 j


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-_ OAK DAILY: DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY JUNE 14. i&OT. .
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-W. 'R.: Ward.ofTenD., ..

a op I _At a writes: Thl* 1* to certify tfcfct haUl
OWNER. Description of Land CS ao
I .. OWNER. : user Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for
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: Q a oms: Description of Land g1 :. ., -
Q oeo chronic constipation and It, &aproven
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m without doubt, to be a
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Unknown .: ... .: lots 1 and 4. block 1. rr add Unknown .. ... .. lot 2. block S, Slate add to thorough practical remedy for this

to Live Oak .. .. . .%% Z. 13 4.53 I Live Oak .. . . .%3 2 13 3.59 trouble, and it I* with pleasure :3 -,:
Unknown . ... lots block 1 93. 4.add6toaLlve Howard Jaa. . . lots 4 and 6. block T. Slate offer my conscientious reference.:*, '-

rr I add to Live Oak . .%3 2 13 .U .
Oak . . . . .%% 2 13 BurnettAleL . lot G. block T. Slate add to City Pharmacy. 'dw :8
... . lots 9. 10. 11. 12 5.30 I )
13 -
t'-
and
Unknown Live Oak . .. ...23 2 11 1.42
U. block 10. rr add to i Burnett, Robt . lot 6, block X. Slate add t. Poor Buyer. _

Live Oak . . . .23 Z 11 S.30 Live Oak . . .%3 2 13 2.59 i.
. n. Iota 1. i. 8. 3 and "The old man has discharged the
Unknown : n.. 11. block I McDaniel Peter .. e % of 1.a lot n of block 5.%I 2 13 6.42 "

.. . lots and 4.rr 5.add 6. 7.to 8.Live 9. 10 Oak. ii 23 2 13IInknown 3.00 : Hughs, C. W. .. all of end.W block 1.D less to Live 2-5 a Oak23 ins 2 13 'l.U new"What office for boy.?"" Ji

to Live 12. block Oak .17. rr add I nomason; F. E. . s % of lot 1 and se % of "Ohl he cent him out for a dol .

Unknown . ... lots 1. Z. 3. 4. 6. 67:8: :;:ZZ 2 13 6.'7% I Live lot 2.Oak block.3.,.N. W. .D. .to. .23 Z 13 18.06 lar's worth of cigars, and the boy

10. 11. 12. 13 and It, I Thom&80n, F. E. . lot 6. block 3. N W D to came back with two fifty-centers. 't':

block 18. rr add to Live Live Oak . . .%3 Z 13 17.18 Idaho Statesman.
Oak . . . .2 '
% Z 13 9.86 Stephens Worth .. w % of lot 2 and lot 3.
Unknown ... . Iota 1. Z. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 block 3, N W D to Live 1

and 10. block 19. rr add Oak . . . .%3 2 13 ..72 There is no ease of indigestion, no -1
to Live Oak . . .2% Z 13 9.S6 Whitfield Susan L. lot 55xl14 ft, fronting 2nd matter how obstinate, that will not 4
... Iota 1. 2 3.
4. 5,6
1. 8. 9 at
Unknown and block 9. and lot 100 be speedily relieved by the use of Ko-
10. block 20. rr ,add 160 ft
fronting Irvin st
,
to Live Oak . . .22 Z 13 block 9. N W D to Live doL Kodol contains the same juices j
. ... Iota 1. 2 and 3. block 9.66 .... ,.,. ..... found in a healthy stomach. Con-
Unknown 17. ----!-"' Oak. . ... . .23 2 13 Ii.90 >
rr add to Live Oak .22. Z 13Unknown. 3.79 Garnto Mrs. Susan Jat'50x114 ft. aw cor block forms to the Pure Food and Drugs. ,
... . Iota.2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9 and 9. N W D to Live Oak. .23 2 13 .84 Law. Sold by City Pharmacy dHow *

1 block 1. FruItland Leslie, A. E. . . loss 2 and 3. block 11, N
add to Live Oak . ,22 2 13 W D to Live Oak . .23 2 13 U.8
4.83Unknown
... . Iota U. 16 and 16. block 1: lot 4. block He Managed.
Gatlin J. F. .. . 18. N W D to
Fruitland add to Live Live Oak . . .%3 13 12.09 "How on earth did you get into" IJ
Oak . . . . .22 2 13 3Unknown. .18 Robins G. E. . lot 1. block 23, N-W D to this awful state"
. ... Iota 1. 7. block 3. Frult- Live Oak . .. . .23 2 13 3.43
land add to LIve Oak..2Z 2 13 2.45add'to Unknown ... . lots 4 and 5 block 26..Uve "Don't tell the railroad authorities
Unknown ... . lot 12. block 3. Fruitland Oak . . . . .23 Z 13 6.42 ma'am but I came on a freight

Live Oak . .22 Z 13 %.17 Taylor Robt. . lot 105xl70 ft, block U, train."-Judge.
Unknown . ... lot 1. block 4. Fruitland Live Oak . . .Z3 2 13 3.59Cobb .J

add to Live Oak.2 2 13 I.U E. G. . . lot 8. block n. Live Oak. .23 Z 13 3.51 -i
. ... entire block 5. less lot 10xl05 ft Ancient Rome 3 ,
Unknown lots 1. Hall. Mack . . n by Hanker-
3. 4 and 11. Fruitland son. e by Houston st, 6 by is now merely a memory of the past E{

t add to Live Oak . ,22 2 13 5.30 Reese and w by Cooper, BalIar /8 Snow Liniment is the family ;
Unknown ... . Iota 1. 4. 5 and 6. block 6. Live Oak . . .%3 2 13 5.60 liniment of the twentieth century. A -:

Fruitland add to Live McClamb I. B. R. . lot 69x10 ft, n by Williams -
Oak . . . .'. .22 2 13 483 e by Walker st, positive rare for Rheumatism Burns, a
Stanford J. I.- Iota -7: 8. 15 and 16. block Live Oak . ,'. .23 2 13 S.72 Cuts Sprains, Neuralgia etc. Mr. C.

6. Fruitland add to Live Unknown .oo. . lot. n by Walker at. s by H. Rnnyon. Stanberry, Mo., writes:
I Oak . . . .Z% 2 13 %.18 : Williams, w by Green "I have used Snow Liniment for-
IInknown'. ... to I ,. Live Oak .. . .23 2 13 3.89 J i
tooc Rheumatism and
Fruitlandnadd Live all pain. I can'tsay
Unknown . ... 4 a n by at. e by Reese ands "
Oak . . . .22 2 13 3.89IInknown by Johnson Live Oak.23 Z 13 4 14.63 enough in its praise. Sold by ;

... . lots 10. 11 and 12. block 7. Robinson Wm . lot 10. block U. Live Oak.3 Z 13 2.75 Suwannee Drug Co. dw :
Fruitland add to Live Rice Laura . . lot, at ISW cot of block M. 1
Oak . . . .22 2 13 247 Live Oak . . .23 Z 13 5.00 Whys and Wherefores. \
Stanford J. L .. . lots 13. 14 and 15. block 1. Rice Laura . . lot In sw cor of block T. .
Fruitland add to Live Live Oak . . .%3 2 13 5.00 "Johnny," said JOhny's little bro4.

b Oak . . . .Z2 2 13 247 Unknown . ... lot 14. block Ill. Carroll's '
Unknown ... . lots '1. 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6. add to Live Oak .23 2 13 3.59 isn't'saw he eq?asuroaqn" v si 4n s? eq) J I

block 8. Fru1tl&.nd add I WhItehurst, Israel :. e 4 of lots 3 and -,Pine
"
to Live Oak .. . .22 2. 13 389 I add to Live Oak ... .23 2 13 3.69 "Yes;. that's it. ',|

Unknown . ... lots 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 'Unknown ... . lot 7. block A. Humphrey's "And a flea is a flea because he _'1
and 16. block 8. Fruit- sub div to Walker's add flees isn't it?" *

land add to Live Oak.. .%2 2. 13 445 .. to Live Oak . . .23 2 13 5.30 |
f Stanford J. L . Iota 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 Unknown n. . lot 16. block A. Humphrey's "Shouldn't wonder. ;J
block 10. Fruitla d addto sub div to Walker's add "Then why are bees bees?" .4 L

Live Oak. . . .22 2 13 389 to Live Oak . . .%3 2 13 5.30 "Because they be," said Johnny.
Stanford, J. I. lot 8. block 3. Fruitland Howard, R. H. . Iota 3 and 4. block A. Hum- -seattle Times.

add io Live Oak . ZZ 2 13 ',. 1.03 phrey"s sub db to Walk- ,
Unknown . ... Iota 7, 8. 9, 10. 11. 12. 13. er's add to Live Oak. .23 Z 13. 3.g9
U. 15 and 16. block 10. Howard R. H. . lots 1. 2 and 4. block B. All stomach troubles are quickly y:

Fruitland add to Live Humphrey's sub div to relieved by taking a little Kodol after :

Oak . . . . .2Z 2 13 4.19 Walker's, add to Live each meaL Kodol goes directly to :
1feD&n1el, P. S. . Iota 22 and 23. Hlldreth.s Oak . . . . .%3 2 13 5.GO the )
seat of the
2nd add to Live Oak. .22 2 13 1.60 Sheffield. Henry ... 1 a In 8e cor Humphrey'll trouble strengthens

Unknown . ... Iota 1 and 2. Hildreth 2nd sub div to Walker's add digestive organs digests what you
add to Live Oak . .22 2 13 6.37 to Live Oak . . .%3 2 13 5.30 eat. Sold by City Pharmacy. d* .:

Unknown ... . lot 5. Hildreth 2d add to Keywest, Robt . lots 8 and 9, block B. Hum-

. ; Live Oak . . .22 2 13 1.88 phrey's sub diy to Walk- The Original Too. ;
add to Live Oak. .23 2 13 5.30
: Unknown ... . Iota 6 and 10. Hildreth 24 er's "
add to Live Oak . .2% 2 13 1.88 Holloway R. J. . lot 1. block A. Humphrey'ssub "Pa!
Thomas N. E. . lots 39 and 40. Hildreth 2d div to Walker's add "Well?" 1
to Live Oak . . .23 2 13 5.30
I' "
add to Live Oak . .2Z 2 13 8.68 "Who was Aesop -
Unknown . ... lots 22 and 23. Hildreth 2d Unknown . ... lot 3. block div to B, Humphrey"ssub add "A nature fakir my son.**-Louisville .
Walker's
add to Live Oak . U 2 13 %.U
to Live Oak . . .%3 2 13 5.30 Courier-Journal.
Unknown . ... .'. lots 36. 37. Hildreth 2nd .. .
add to Live Oak . .22 2 13 %..171nknown Whitehurat. I. S., Jr.. lot 3. block B. Humphrey's'

... . lot 39. Hlldreth 2d add to sub div to Walker's add Don't! I IDon't .
to Live Oak . . .23 2 13 z.n
Live Oak . . .22 2 13 2.17
Whitehurst I. . .. lot n bY'Simpkins, e by let your child suffer withBallard's
1 . ..
Unknown ... lot 40. Hildreth 2d add to Harris
Parshley w by
Live Oak . . .%Z 2 13 %..17'Cuknown 5.30 Horehound Syrup a sure
and Farnell Live Oak. .Z3 2 13
S . ... lot 49. Hildreth 2d add to cure for Coughs Bronchitis, Influenza -
,I Live Oak . . .22 Z 13 2.17 YaWs, Tempa . lot Harris e by, s McClellan by Houston n. by w Croup and Pulmonary Diseases.

,S IInknown . ... lots 53 and 64. Hildreth 2d by Hamilton st, Live Buy a bottle and try it. B. B. Laugh

.1. add to Live Oak . .U 2 13 3.59 Oak . . . .23 2 13 4.15 ter. Byhalia Miss., writes: "I have
IInknown ... . lot 56. Hildreth 2d add to
St a ff or d. J. E . lot 81x300 ft. block M. two children who had croup. I tried
1d: Live Oak . . . U S 14 2.17 Live Oak . . .23 2 13 9.26
Hl g1n.. Y. 11. . lot 1. block B. Hildreth add many different remedies but I must
lot. 90xl96 ft, In block M.
Jd to Live Oak . . 23 2 13 6.72 Stafford. J. E. . Live Oak . . .23 2 13 1.84 say your Horehound Syrup is the best

Cam. .. H. . . lots 11. 12. 13 and 14. Robbins & McGehee lot 13b170 ft, n by Conner Croup and Cough medicine I ever

block B. Hildreth add to : e by Parshley 8 by Howard used. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company -
Live Qak . . .%3 2 13 6.n st. w by White. .23 2 13 29.40w *
IInknown ... . lot 6. block E. Hlldret, add by Groover . .23 Z 13 15.53 dw
to Live Oak . . .23 Z 13 %..81McKInney. lot n by Brown s by O'Neal
11ls. G. P. . lots 7 and 8. block E. Hild- Whitehurst. J. A. . w by alley . . .%4 2 13 G.U Horse Vs. Automobile.
reth add to Live Oak. .23 2 13 5.00 1 ,. a n by Remington e by
Cox. W. 1L ... . lot 12. 13. 14. 15 and 16. Williams. PlInk . Parshley 8 and w by Redd-That horse of mine re-

;- block E Hildreth add to Burnett . . . .24 2 13 3.89 minds me of your automobile.

Live Oak . . .2S Z 13 8.14 Nancy lot 50dlO ft. n by Blount Greene-I can't understand why
t} Blume E. J. . . Iota 4 and 3. block H. Hild- acKinney, e and s by Evans w by .
f.. reth add to Live Oak. 23 2 13 %..17ro Brown . . . U 2 13 5.30 "Because we can't tell whether the

UU Unknown ... . lot 7 and 8. block I. Hlld- . ... 'a n by Parshley s by old plug's going to work or not!**-
-I. reth add to' Live Oak. .23 2 13 2.45Coleman Unknown Warren, w by J.IcClellan.24 2 13 3.59 Yonker's Statesman.A .

f Jno. . lot 32. block C and lot 18. ... . lot D by Johnson e by Par-
n block D. Dlllon add to Unknown shley s by White . .%4 2 13 3.59 -

t.; Live Oak . . .23 2 13 5.30IInknown F. . . lot n by road 8 by Evans w Fortunate Texan.
U :' . ... lot 44. block B. Dillon add Joiner J. by Brown . . .24 2 13 2.45 Mr. .E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St

;, to Live Oak . . .23 2 13 2.45 Mary . 2 a. n by Bradfield s by ...ouls St., Dallas TeL, says: "In the
.U, nknown ... . lot U. block B. Dillon add Screven Neil w by Bradfield. .24 2 13 2 7.84 past year I have become acquaintedwith

; to Live Oak . . .23 2 13 1.60 ... . lot 210dlO ft. In lie of
Unknown Dr. King's New Life and
IInknown . ... lot 29. block E. Dillon add nw 4. byParshley . .24 2 13 3.59 Pills
- to Live Oak . . .21 2 IS 1.88 . ... lot n by Bradfield e by Wils no laxative I ever before tried so ef-
i-r:, O1rland. J. P. lots 33 and 34. block C, Unknown .Hams" by Taylor . .24 2 13 5.00 fectually disposes of malaria and
: add to Live Oak. .23 2 13 1.88 lot e by Parshley n by "
Dillon Unknown ... biliousness. They: don't grind nor
:. Cnknown . block D. Daniels. w by Dickinsoa.24 2 13 3.U
. lots 16 and 17. gripe. 25c at Barclay & Groover
.lia Dillon add to Live Oak. .23 Z 13 3.0% Thos. . . :z sin se eor of !eo of Jl.W
n01rn. . ... lot 32. block C. Dillon add Hall. % . . . . .24 2 13 2 %.15Unkno..n drug store. dw

1 to Live Oak . . SS E 13 1.i .85 .. 0.0. 1 a, n by Parshley e by
nu o ... . Iota 26 and 27. block E, alley s by road . .24 2 13 1% 6.42 There's always room for several

;..11I,41 Dillon add to Live Oak. .23 Z 13 500 joiner, J. F. . lot 3, block A, Henderson more--at the bottom.
!: Unknown .. ... . lots 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6. block add to Live Oak . .24 2 13 9.26

G. Robinson add to Live ... . lot 4, block B, Henderson
13 13.13 Unknown Live Oak . .24 2 13 17.76 The No.
\. Oak . . . .23 Z add to Magic 3.
,.... .tuno 1m .. ... lots 1. 'l and 8. block G. Mrs. M. L. 18 a in se4 of sw 34s Number three is a wonderful mascot
L=S UTe Taylor of rr . . . .24 2 13 18 12.09
-t" 'Robinson add to for Geo. H. Parris of Cedar
. . . 23 Z 13 29.tO Alma . lot n by Williams a by Car-
Oak Straughter
1.!t ,!.owen. J.1L . block H. Robinson lise, w by alley . .24 2 13 500 Grove Me, according to a letter
lot 5.
2 13 6.U lot 4. block 3. Dowling add which reads: "After suffering much
Oak . .23 J. C. .
add to Live Mangrum to Live Oak . . .24 2 13 14.93 with liver and kidney trouble and

.1 1 I I r tDbo 1Fn ... ... add n % of lot 6, block 6,
. all block P. Robinson Carter,, R. L. becoming greatly discouraged by the
2.11
13
6,42 Live Oak24 2
13 Dowling add to
to Live Oak . . .23 Z failure to find relief. I tried Electric

l&: &'Ul1Ftlu. Simon . Z a' ne and a by Robinson Z 13 8.69t1bow Scott. J. M. lot to 5,Live block Oak A. Bryson. . .add. .24 2 13 7.UThomason. Bitters and as a result I am a well

i.1i.i1i S ,- add w by Jolley..n E .. lot 1 II of Live Oak sub man today. The first bottle relieved
F.
I" 'a ..... ... .. lot e by Speerlng. II by 305 division . . .25 2 13 1.S2
Marshall . . .2S 2 13 Live me and three bottles completed the

,s 0 Ch u. $. . lots 7. block E F. Slate add 2 13 2.89 Robinson. J. R. . lot division 9. s of. . .Oak. .sub. .25 2 13 1.32 cure." Quaranteed best on earth for
E j add to Live Oak .%3 stomach liver and kidney troubles
I > :hne. of Live Oak sub ,
lot 23,
add L. . s
,4 8oward . aU block; N. Slate to 13 ..u Whitehead J. division . f . 25 2 13 1.32 by Barclay & Groover, druggists
( IJve Oak . . .%3 Z
t } e B'! J. . Slate add to (Continued on Page Six) Price, 50 c. dwLIVE *
r( < . lot 3. block P, %.1'I
'; j,. UTe Oak . . .21 Z 13
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY" jr3TE 14, i fr9:.

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the two postmasters. On an issue of I '
LIVE OAK DEMOCRAT
population this proves nothing, and
Published every Afternoon this seems to be the real issue the :

Except-Sunday. roundabout Banner is seeking way But to there force are in some a LACE AND EMBROIDERY SAL] :

+ 3. F.SHERWOOD.Editor and Ma'gT.
Incidental facts which It is well :
:;
Entered at the Postoffiee. Lire Oak. enough to can attention to in this
Florida.. as Second Class Mall Matter connection. In the matter of post-
NoTember 7. 1305. office! business Ocala has this advantage -

over Live Oak. which doesn't
THE LITE Oil PUBLISHHG COIPilT. touch the question of population or Days Only

growth: The great phosphate min- 3

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be ing companies of two large counties
mailed to any part of the United Marlon and Citrus use the Ocala
FOR CASH
States postage prepalr for $5.00 postoffice for mailing purposes as the STRICKLY
per year; $.50 for six months; nearest available office of suitable
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents facilities for that end. These com- Tuesday Wednesday, and Thursday
for fire weeks. In advance. Delivered ,
panies have a large corespond-
to any part of the city, by very
carrier for 10 cents per week.A ence and every piece of mall sent or -
received by them helps to swell the f t June 18,19 and 20th.
strictly local business--but does not ;
TALE OF TWO CITIES. "
help the case of Ocala In any com- "" "
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'
One of the penalties of success Is parison of its population prosperityand
the detraction of the envious and the resources with Live Oak. The Never before have we had our entire stock on I
Jealous. No man may rise above Tallahassee postoffice does more busi- ,
his fellows with'out making himself ness than ours because of the im- special sale. This time we have arranged more
the target for the shafts of smaller mense correspondence of the.various
and the whole stock will be found j
on
display J
mortals or the wit IiIU jeers of those departments of the State Government space ?

whom he defeated in honest com- but that does not change the tables and on each table the PRICE will be plainly
s
petition and who find some alleviation fact that Tallahassee is not.the equalof ]
of their own pangs in seekingto Live Oak in either population or marked.
inflict pain upon the successful commerce. %:
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rivaL And this ungenerous trait is And outside the census figures our *- :
true sometimes of communities no city shrinks from no comparison with Not with-standing our prices are always the lowest, during this-"1 II

less than individuals an instance of Ocala in intelligence business and SALE the biggest bargains ever known, will be found. .
which has just come to hand in the growth. Even while we write the .{_
ease of Ocala if we may believe that cheerful music of the carpenters'
the Banner of that city fairly reflectsthe tools in action comes floating through See the LACE and EMBROIDERY in the window 4 ;
spirit of its local constituency.But the open windows from the business -
we believe nothing of the kind section and we dare say that no other -{
at lOcts.
and we refuse to withdraw or qualify city of its class in the State can
the honest praise we have heretofore show more high-class building now
"

city.bestowed Upon upon the that Banner pleasant itself we little fix ful goingon hotel is than nearing we can.completion Our beauti-and These prices will positively] not go into :_rl"

exclusively the condemnation of seek- next winter we will be In the market
Ing to disparage a sister city from for the tourists. But it is useless to effect until TUESDAY June 18th
no motive higher than envy so enumerate; we have all that Ocala _
obvious that it can't be concealed has and more too, barring that :
even by the insincere compliments It i electric elevator which the Banner at 8. a. m.

has the poor taste to mix with its parades as an asset that puts its town : T
heartfelt detraction.The in the lead. We are short on that :
facts in the case are few and just at present until our hotel Is :
simple and conclusive. The last completed but the shortage Is more THE LADIES EMPORIUM
State census gave Live Oak a popula- than compensated in the fact that :
tion of 7,200 (not 9.000 as the Ban- we've got a gen-n-wlne automobile :

ner asserts merely to add force to garage and a chaffeur with a French : McCall Patterns Free Delivery.
Its detraction), and to Ocala it gavea name just like you were in New .
population of about 4.0qo-we for- York city itself and great gorgeous 1 I . . I . . . .-. . . . . . . .. ..' . I .....

get the precise number. These motor cars, with patrician glass
figures have never been impeachedand shields rushing over our beautiful :, . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .-. . . I ..I'I' _

they stand today conclusive of shaded streets and avenues and :
the question as to the relative popu- boulevards every afternoon past :
lation of the two cities at the time long rows of stately mansions where -REMOVAL SALEAt ::
the census was taken. That would our haut ton reside. And in those : .:
seem to preclude all controversy on same cars you'll see the brightest :
the Issue and it does with everybody eyes the fairest cheeks the loveliest '-'f- ;,
except the Ocala Banner. That paper faces and the most fetching costumes : -
has never* been happy since the returns for in the matter of pretty girls the : : .
came in and it has been- lying Banner will confess that we are 'beyond :
In wait ever since like defeated the reach of even Its calumnious
enemy determined to "get even" shafts add our supremacy is secure. : The Cash
Store
with an unsuspecting adversary iu Has Ocala got a garage that's the : Suprise;
a settled contest. At last it thinksit question? And IP so, can it show up :
sees a point aye. two points whichit a French chaffeur with the true : f
laboriously magnifies into "argu- Parisian accent and moustache to imiii'niiiiimmmnnnnmnmn! .
.ments' with which it would knock give tone and chic to the establish : ___
out the census returns as David did ment? If not let her hide her :
Goliath with his pebbles in a sling diminished head and put the proper We are.Forced to vacate the build-
and lay low the pride of the fair crimp in the folds of her braggart : .
metropolis of the Suwannee county Banner for Live Oak has got her : .
whose only sin Is that it counts more faded. : Ing.
.
roses than Ocala. .
In the special senatorial election in There will be no war between this :

this county in which there was a very country and Japan. This is unofficial : Entire stock must be sold '
at'once. Our loss
light vote cast both in Live Oak and but accurate. As a war prophetwe your
throughout the county there was are the genuine article and can '
but little popular interest and as Is'' be relied on.Georgia gain Crockery; Agateware,

frequently the case a large propor-
tion of the people stayed at home on Day followed by Virginia Glassware, Tinware Notions
election day and the vote cast was no week has given the lagging James- : ,
sort of index of the population of town Exposition the big impulse it .t Lace and
Embroidery and all
either city or county. Here in the has been needing for some weeks :
South especially it is notorious that and we hope that impulse may be :i Racket
except at rare intervals when there communicated to the whole country : Goods to be sold at factory
is intense popular feeling the vote in and an increasing stream of visitors :
State county and city elections is will pour in. The Virginians have prices.
z
generally light and sometimes it is done grandly in making a great Ex- : ,
preposterously out of proportion to position with historical significance :
' the true population. That was the and kground to it to touch the :
case in the senatorial election in this patriot' sentiment and pride of the Not a sale of Choice.-
city, and yet the Banner takes those whole country and it deserves the : -
figures and attempts with them to large patronage of the American people : .
impeach the census returns. Nothing regardless of section. :
could be more unjust and the test is We
so obviously weak and ineffective The Faulkner law which compels must move and we
that it will count for nothing with the over-loaded booze fighter to tell :
fair-minded thinking people. If where he got his booze in prohibition :
Live Oak had cast but fifty votes in communities so that the officers may : forced
that election. It would not disturb run down the "bling tiger," may not : are to sacrifice the
the fact that she had 7,200 people be constitutional as the Tampa TrI- .
when the census was taken-and bune suggests; but if it ain't. It :
she's got them yet. ought to be, and If it Is agin that Stock.
The other pebble In the sling of blessed document we are in favor
.
the Banner which It hurls full in of repealing the latter so far as it -
the smiling face of the city whose conflicts with the aforesaid law. Just -
larger official dimensions stir the why it is unconstitutional for a wit- .
steady resentment of our unhappy ness to be compelled to answer a CASH
contemparary. Is that the Ocala post- question which doesn't incriminate SURPRISE STORE
office handles a larger_ amount of himself when the answer may serve
mall mailer than the postofflce here the useful purpose of locating a crim-

as shown by the relative salaries of inal we don't understand. . . .
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MVE OAK DAILY )DEMOCRAT.. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, l&OT. "

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AND PERSONALS J. J* Priagle of Jacksonville was Miss Verdi. Haddock returned

if'LOCAls" here yesterday. :'I from a visit to.Gainesville, Ocala and
It's to ,
Coi. i easy go other points In. South Florida last
C. A. Hardee
went to Jacksonville
evening. All are .glad to, greet her
f. OP INTEREST BRIEFLY business
MATTERS yesterday. I' ture again. -
,- CHRONICLED FOR DEMO

CRAT READERS C. W..Hughes,made a business trip Take a look at the show windowsat

to Lake City yesterday. > the Ladies' Emporium and get an

t And many and many idea of how the prices>will be on lace

THEY COME AND THEY GOP here Raleigh Lancaster of Mayo was ; er has done it. Many and embroidery during the sale next
yesterday en route to
Gaines. '
P by means of the mail week. 14ltDon't #
t ville.J. .;'

J In it they See pictures ..
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forget the "Success Dairy.
: of Live Oak and Sowannee J. Walker of Mayo was here furniture along with
: It has come to stay. I will sell you
County Gathered by the Democrat yesterday en route home from Marion R stories of cheapness.
from
whole sweet milk fresh the
Reporter county.S. .
: And they never stop cow at 10 cents per quart; skimmed

A. Hinely left last for things are so fixed in sweet milk at 5 cents per quart;
evening
much cannot be bought sour or clabber, at 5 cents per quart
of is hero Jacksonville to
Dr. Smithson. Wellborn attend the Bankers-
and sweet cream at 30 cents per
on business today.R. convention. Furniture of all quart. I find after careful deliberation

... pent world cannot be and, council of friends; that it Is
Savannahon Archie Moseley. of Live
E. Oak spent without examination.
an
better for me to make 'a delivery on
business last evening. Sunday in the city.-Madison New '.
Enterprise.Mrs. We never tire of Sunday as some are obliged to have
milk-such as infants boarding
Rev. W. L. Everett and wife went about the goods that
houses and the sick. So hereafter I
LuraviHe this morning. Charlton Blackwell went to S. : you can be assured '
to will be with days in the
you seven
Jasper yesterday on a visit to relatives purchase will "make
Butts took in the excursionto and friends. service.IJ. week. I very respectfully solicit
E.
S. i ,. your patronage. W. F. TTJMMOND. -
Lnraville this morning.
Phone 107. 14-St,
Jack Taylor of Live Oak. spent a

lion. Robert Milliner of Ellavllle few days in town this week.-Madison
New Enterprise. At the Baptist Church.
It at the Ethel today. "
IJ.1 We are hoping for a blessed day

C R. Jordan and wife went to See W. N. Boatright when you B. Barton & | Sunday and invite our friends to

fowling Park this morning. want draying done of any kind. tf come and be with us.. There will of

course be baptism at night-the ser-

Hugh Davis went to LuraviHe this Curtis Grubb ,of Live Oak, was a vice will be very short owing to the
business visitor to our city Monday.- number of candidates to be baptized.At .

morning. Madison New Enterprise.Hon. four o'clock In the afternoon

IIa etttook the Lura- Skating it is proposed to have an old-time experience
)(. L. W. A. icon o Wellborn
today meeting at which the mem-
vllle picnic J. C. Davis and W. A. Parker wentto bers of the church will speak. It Is

of the Burlington LuraviHe this morning. expected that the speeches will all
C. M. Murphy,
bear upon the meeting just closed
here trading today.Initial .
section was
Those having anything to haul hand and what it has meant to the members
led with care see or phone W. N. i and people generally.
combs at the Ladles Emporium y
14-3t Boatright. He will do it right. tf CoL Ira Carter S. D. Frink S. P.
50 cents each. 51
Mays CoL Hardee Dr. J. W. West
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Mrs. A. E.- Holland and daughter Henry Lancaster of :Mayo clerkof and others will be expected to speak.If .

lllss Mary, went to Jacksonville this Lafayette county court was here you see this notice make up your
yesterday en route to Gainesville. Music furnished mind to come and say a word for the
..mondAl,0;
glory of God.

LOST Black bobtail pointer. Come and express yourself on the
When you want denying done of
Finder return to Roy Hlghtower Live Bible class on the proposed new
kind phone 129. W. N. Boat-
any tf Oak Steam Laundry and receive liberal building the conference etc. We:
right,
reward. it Brass ought to have a blessed hour to

Mrs. Duckworth of Brooksville. gether. .... .
Mrs. Leslie Burns of the Park is '
r arrived here yesterday to attend the o :.
here until Monday and of course For Rent.
.. faaeral of her daughter.
everybody is admiring her pretty Nice cottage, next Methodist parsonage

baby.A Admissori lights bath. Also small
Clinton & Meeks have received a
house four water in kitchen
: ; herd of fifty bead of ,fine beef cattle W11l1e.'I rooms
white man named Smith was 5 minutes from Stevens corner.
from Lafayette county.
: S drowned last Sunday at Rock Falls, Wolfe on corner. 12-4t
near Steinhatchee Springs while
Drew Reed Is back in the Coast M.
: The Ladles Emporium will give
bathing. He was a mail carrier. Notice for Bids for the Erection of
t their lady clerks a half holiday every Line freight.office for a month taking I I& : The Bond Trustees of the City of

.: Thursday during the summer. 'V \ colored woman to the place of Graham Black, whois Live Oak Florida will on the first

help in 'a small family no children. seriously ill. of day of July 1907 receive sealed bids

When you want a trunk carried to A fine place for the right party. Apply visit for the erection of a City Hall In
Lee Fletcher and family, of Lura- placed '
or from the depot phone W. N.Boat- I at the Democrat Job room. city.
right. Phone No. 129. tf I vile who have been here visiting fall Plans and specifications now on

Mrs. Clemmons' family returned file with said Trustees.
I STRAYED-On June 5th. one I
1 Ron. J. M. N. Peacock of Mayo. : large spotted black and white fox home this morning. Reserving the right to reject any
I of
vis here last night and left this I hound. Reward will be paid for return -I all bids.

morning for LuraviHe. of same to A. Lee Humphreys Miss Annie White left today for I guests bi. L. BUR.'lETT.Cbalrman ,

at Live Oak. Fla. d2t-wlt i Philadelphia to bring Miss Midget ,i Board of Bond Trustees.

F Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hildreth. Jr., I White home. Miss Midget White Mayo City of Live Oak Florida.

., and children went to Wellborn this Hon. W. H. McClellan, of Wellrborn :attends school regularly at Philadel- future

t morning to visit relatives and friends. one of Suwannee county's representatives phia. Mr. A Very Welcome Visitor.
in the recent legislature -
WANTED-A four or five-room .spent several days in our town Capt. W. J. Hlllman the nabob ,L. F. ir. +

I*, residence. Apply to Suraskl Bros.* last week.-Madison New Enterprise.Mrs. from Live Oak passed through our went"

F; tore. tf I ,town Monday morning in his Reo the pose

W. H. Goodbread and children touring car en route to some point in Dr.
understand that he
We
returned to their home in Live Oak Georgia.
his car from Live Oak to this
last Friday morning after a pleasant 4rove
FOR RENTFour visit of a week or more with Mrs. R. place in a fraction less than three

S. lntyre.-11adison New Enterprise hours.-Madison New Enterprise. .

?, ery

nice offices to let in the next
Rev. Dutill will preach to the
11 Lewin Building. Can be had day.
Woodmen of the World Sunday morn sold

i in suits if wanted. Centrally ing at 11 o'clock at the Methodist June Brides go:

kated. I church. A ful lattendance is requested I ISth
t sewerage and.w tatonnect1OIU not only of the Woodmen but the II I
in the I
Moderate Building.,public generaly. I! Mr. "Gifts may come and gifts

rent. i but the of
giving
market may go.
: L. s, Wiley Bird the popular iI:\
man on Howard street arrived in the I Candy goes on forever. And


? One five room cottage to city this morning with the finest now may add, that if the
fee &
[.kt. This is right in the heart bunch:? of fat Georgia cattle that has Mr. the present takes the shape

athe city and is convenient- ever been brought to our town. If time of a box of our delicious Bon-

JJ located you want a fine juicy steak, see
for
some business Bons, the gift will be always
man Bird. He can fix you up right.
Will be delighted if you send I additionally welcome we

; r James Dickinson, who' has been them a Bridal present from have made a reputation for

? We here on a visit to his sister Mrs H. our exquisite line of Diamonds ourselves as makers of the
have some the past ten days of confections
A. Blackburn for and other high-grade jewelryRADFORD our highest grade ,
J ?good Properties and also taking In the Broughton Rev. and we are determined to

meetings returned to his home iu our uphold that reputation by

:x 'for Sale. Lake City yesterday. "I that offering only the purest,

>i There will be an excursion to Tal- Freshest, and sweetest of

i t !PPly to the undersigned for on lahassee account via Florida the Seaboard Negro Air Business Line place third products at further moderate prices.

Solicing
I your patronage,
... .-: League. Round trip rate one fare
hu'ther'Information
I plus 25 cents for the round trip Respectfully yours.

Seaboard points in Florida
from, on all sale June 25th and 26th. All Mr.and Florida Book & News Co.

returning on or before
IItALTYGO. tickets good have
[ July 5, 1907. Your only chance to The Jeweler we C. f COOK Owner and
low excursion
visit Tallahassee at 'UVf OAK,'flA- Bro. .

t Building,. _Room 3. i rates this season.


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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY JUKE U, 1607. =R
G

CoRtia8ed from p...e Ie r-

and thrift are as different ,

Stinginess as they are similar.If obOW OWNER- ? / Description of Land o II s s' '

:"ER. sr.rfption of Land \ -g I :sa \ Cli m M 0 :o 1"! ... A

yon will make Inquiry It will bea H 4 u EU

revelation to you how many succumb nw %. of n8 4 and s % of s,_

to kidney or bladder troublesIn Unknown ..... .. .. Jot 25. 8 of Live Oak sub ne 34 and fractional.part ''j,>
1.88 .. se 34 ..._e; .. ..! u ....,30 12 ; :
one form or another. If the patient division. .. .. .%$ 2 13 Robinson. R. 1*. ICO -I6ii
beyond medical aid Foleys Unknown. .. .... ... lot 26. s of Live Oak subdivision Unknown ......... all in county ...... ....32e 4 12 401. !-'t
Is not ofse 34 ..... ... .....36 '
13 1.8S ....... 34 4 12
. .... . ..%5 2 Unknown 89 ..tfi--i:
Kidney Cure will cure. It never Taylor. Yrs. Y. 1... .. ne % of nw /4 .s 2 13 fO 11.79 Hough. S. V. .. . .. fractional part of nw /4 .. 1 5 12 n .t4
disappoints. City Pharmacy. dw :- T. ... s 34 of lot 5 . .... ....26 1 11
Porter Merle .. 2 a In se % 0 fnw /4 of 8W Stewart. W. 42 .!L
34 .. .. .. . ...25213 2 %..17Persell. Alrth. Est. of W. H... all In county ... ... .,U 1 "11 44 ;.L .:;

+ He who kisses painted cheeks takes Mary .. .,. 1 a, e of rr In nw '4 of sw Unknown ...,, .. n 34 of nw 34 .. .. .... 2 2 11 80 .t -_"'

with the sweet. ': . .. .. .. . .25 2 13 1 1.88 Baxter, J. E. .. . .. nw 34 of ne 34 ands 34 of '?:?o -;:.
the bitter Jackson. Jno. .. .. 5 a In nw cor of nOW % of ne 34 and se 34 .. ...14 2 11 2SO ;t

nw % . . .. .%6 2 13 5 3.59 Unknown ... .. w 34 of ne 34 and frac nw .- _
A prompt, pleasant, good remedy Taylor Cbas. .. .. 1'4 a In 15 34 of se 34..26 2 13 1% %..17I 34 and se % .. .. .15 2 II ISO -

for coughs and colds Is Kennedy's Enston. Robt .. .. .. 1 a In 8 % of se 144 .. .. ..%6 2 13 1 1.17 Baxter W. J. C. . ne V4 of sw 34 and s H of .. ,'-_
.. .. . .. .26 .j
of nw4 2 11121 ;
Laxative Cough Syrup. It contains Phillip Me. and wifee lot 90x610 tt In a'4 se {f-
I % :: . . .. .%6 2 13 6.(% Baxter, J. E. . . nw'4of nw % .. ... .26 2 11 40 .;;
no opiates and does not constipate. Harris Peter .. .. 11,4 a In B % of Be 1/4.26 2 13 1% .15 Unknown .. ... .. n 34 of nw 34 and se 34 of ; .!i
Children like It. Sold by City Pharmacy Johnson Madison. 29'4 a In B side of nw 144 nw 34 and s % of ne % "_ ;

d* S of sa 'a . .. . .. .26 2 13, 9Y.14.93 and ne 34 of se 34 .. .28 2 11 230 i
se 1 3.9 lot 1 . :. . ... .3% 2
Wallace Wm. ... ... 1 alsw % of 1/4 .. ..%6 2 13 Allen C. I. 1110: 'iJc i

Unless a man Is willing to do something Wells Kate .. .... 1 a In ne cor of ne 34..26 2 13 1 1.02 Unknown ... .. Jot 2 sw"i"8: 5 3 11 a. i
lot 10. block 1. Carroll'es Unknown s 34 of 3 11 80
Unknown .. .... .. l
he will amount to nothing. side add to UTe Oak..26 2 13 .45 Platt, J. J. .. .. sw 34 .: . ... .. .. .10 J It 110 ',.fo.l

Unknown .. ... Jots 1. 3. 4 and 5. block %. Dowllng L. & N. S. Co. sw 34 and nw 34 of se % ..11 I 11:00 Ut"> .
He Fired the Stick. Carroll's 8 side add to Unknown . ... sw 34 of BC 34 . .. .11 3 11 (0i4i

Live Oak .. . .%6 S 13 3.liD Platt, J. J. . .. nw 34 . ._.r __ .. ... ...15 J I11GO

-I hare fired the walking-stick I'Te i Unknown .. ...... lots 5 and 6. block 5. Car- Platt J. J. .. . ne4 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .16 J IllIG' U"Il, -
carried over 40 years on account of a roU's 8 side add to Live Brown & Humphreys. all, less n 34 of ne %. .%7 3 11 Ut U.U(

sore that resisted every kind of treat Oak . .... . ..%6 2 13 %.(5 Newman. P. M. . se % . .. . .. ..28 3 11 leO LIt.,

I tried Bncklen's Arnica Carroll J. T. .. .. lots 1. 3. 4, 5 and 6. block Douglas. J. all in county In e % .. .. 30 3 11 SO LO;.:;
ment, until 6. Carroll's 8 side add to Newman, P. M. .. nw 34 34 and 34
Salve; that has healed the sore and Live Oak . .. .Z6 2 13 %..nHughs. on or'/ne and sw 1/s.. ..31 3 11u. t.n' :

made me a happy man," writes John B. B. . lot 11. block 1. Carroll's 8 Hodges J. H. . sw 34 of se 34 . .. .33 3 11 U'US>:.
Garrett of North Mills. N. C. Guaranteed side add to UTe Oak. .%6 2 13 1.32 Dowling L. &: N. S. Co. ne 34 and w 34 and nw 34 :

for Piles Burns etc.. by Barclay Unknown .... . Jots 2. .. 5 and 6. block 8. of se 34 . . .. .. .35 3 11 UO 12.71:
Carroll's 8 side add to Brown &: Humphreys. entire . . . .. 1 4 11 U' lOr"
&: Groover druggists. 25c. dw Live Oak .. .. .. .. .. ..%6 2 13 3.53 Unknown ... . w 34 of ne 34 and e % of K

Thomas M. .. . 8 % of nw '4 of se 1/4 and se 34 . ..! . .. 9 4 11 ISO In
One mother-in-law Is enough to sw4 of se 1/4 .. .. .36 2 13 60 4.53 First Nat Bank .. "

convince the average man'that polygamy Unknown ... . 10 a. w side of nw v4 of se Carml IlL . .. . sw 34 of nw 34 .. .. .. 9 4 11 40 ZJt
/4 . . . . 131310 1.32 Cash. D. C. .. . sw 34 of nw 34 and w 34 of '

Is all wrong. Unknown .. ... nw of sw 34 .. .. . 1 3 13 40 1..6 sw 34 .. . .. .. .10 4 1110 ..If'
Turner Jas. . .. se V of sw '4 .. .... . 1 3 13 .0 2.97 Johnson J. B., Agt.. w'34 of sw 34 and se 34 of ,;

Will Core Consumption. Hurst T. T. .. .. w Vs of ne %. . "r. .10 3 13 80 %.97 sw 34 .. . .. . ..12 4 11 120Lfl

Clark C. ... .. . .. se % of ne '* and n Qf Thomas. J. E. . .. nw 34 of Be 34 and se 34 of ..,
A. A. Herren Finch. Ark., writes: ne %. of 5e 34 ... ... .11 3 13 20 1.'76 se 34 .. .. . .. .12411301.77

Foleys. Honey and Tar Is the best Unknown .. . .. nofne % ofse.l1 S 13 20 1.16 Unknown . .... .. sw 34 of nw 34 and e 34 of .
Seamon Tom .. .. .. 10 a. s side of nw %. .. ..13 3 13 10 1.71 Unknown . ... .. sw 34 . .. .. ...22 4 11 120'1.74
preparation for coughs colds and Unknown _.. ... n li4 of se 1/4 . .. .13 3 13 80 4.18 Stephens & Balsden .. w 34 of se4 and w '34 of

lung trouble. I know that Ithas- Unknown ... .. s % of ne4 .. . .18 :I 13 80 %..45Jole1' sw4 . . .. ....22 4 11 lCO ..%(
Heirs C. P. .. n % of ew4 . . .22 3 14 80 2.15 Gamble. G. F. . se 34 of se % . . .22 f 11 to Ut
cured consumption In the first stage. Williams Robt. .. .,j, w % of 5e 'a and 5e %. of ne 34 of ne 34 and e % of

You never heard of any one nslngFoley' 58 1/4 . . . .26 3 1310 6.3. Wall tower. Louis . nw 34 'of ne 34 ....22 4 11 CO' U5 _
Mills G. W. .. w % of nw 3/4 . . ..28 3 13 80 .05 334 a In ne cor of e 34 of '

Honey and Tar and not being Unknown .". ... .... e lh of ne %. . . .33. 3 13 80 %..45Jeredo. Grantham. D. W. . se 34 .. .. . .. ...24 4 11 3% 1.H
satisfied. City Pharmacy. dw . .. e % of se V. .. . ..;6 3 13 80 .f4 1 a in of
C. Unknown .. ... . ne cor ne 34..24 f 11 1 UI

sw'4 of ne 1/4 .. :. 1 4 13 40 1..5 2 a in ne cor of sw 34 of
Unknown. .. ... .. .. .. se4 .. . . .. ..24 4 11 Z
belittle other Telford Mary lit
A man never tries to . e % of sw4 . . 1 4 13 80 % (0
...
unless he feels that they are Jolley Hurst P. P. .. se % . .. . . 1 4 13 160 f.U Cox. W. H. .. .. .. 10 a In ne cor of ne 34 .25 4 11 10 JS
men Est C. ; : . lot 11, block A Luraville. 4
ne % of ne %. and nw % Cox W. H. .. 11 LIlUnknown
. .
superior to himself. Bough S. V. and n 34 of sw /4 and .. ... .. e 34 of block E, Luraville..24 f 11 US

Be ;: of 8W . . 3 f 13 280 1.U n % of lot 1 block F t

For scratches burns, cuts. Insect Simpson H. T. .. sw4 of sw 44 . .. 3 f 13 40 .05 Unknown. .. .... Luraville . ..-. ..%( 4 11 1U ,

. ... w % of nw 114 ... . .. 4 f 13 80 .40 all block G, Luraville ...24 4 11 1U
bites and the little hurts com- Unknown Cox W. H. .. .. . lot 1, block J, Luraville..24 4 11 LH
many ... . e % of se 'h . .. 6 f 13 80 %..0
mon to every family use DeWltt's Ross Unknown.1. A. .. .. . nw /4 of se % . . 6 4 13 40 .40 UnknownGrant . ... lot 3. block K. Luravile..24 4 11 ..ni
R. L. .. e % of ne % . .. .1% 4 13 80 .40 i Mrs. Settle lot 3. block 12. Luraville..24 4 11 I.Q
Carbonized Witch Haiel Salve. Sold Robinson i Graham D. W. .. .. e 34 of lot 2, block 12, .
Nat Bank . .
by City Pharmacy. dOur First CarIQI.I1L . . .. nw % . . . ..16 4 13 160 4.44 Luraville . ... .24 4 11 1Jt
Unknown .. ... .. .. n % of lots 3 and4..26 4 11 8It W
Peter .. .. W of w % . .. ..18 4 13 160 6.54
Carwsle Unknown ... . % of lot 5 . .. .. 50 tai
Unknown : ... .. nw % of nw %. . . .%% 4' 13 .0 1.45 w .26 4 11
pity Invariably slops over whenwe G. G.- n % of BW 1h . .. .26 t 13 80 %..0 Stephens Worth & Co. e % .. . . _.._27 'Ii 11.Ut UJ

meet an easygoing man who is Ford Unknown ... . 58 L of nw % and e % of Unknown ..'.... fractional part of nw % ..36 f 11 U 1.11
BW '4 and sw V4 of sw J. 3LEBKS., Tax CollectSuwannee

married to an Intellectual woman.There /4 . .#. .. . ..30 4 13 160 5.0. County Floes.S .

II % . .. . . .3. 4 13 30 8..3
Unknown .. ... .
. . 9 5
e % of BW 34 13 80 %..40I
Are Few Unknown .. ... .
e % of ne %. . .. .%% 5 13 80 %..05Unkno'n
Dou laa. J. .. . .
the cough and heals the lungs
stops nw '4 of ne 'A and ne %.
NOTICE.NOTICE
.
.. ... .
people who know how to take care I of nw 34 .. . :22 5 13 80 :70: .

themselves the do not. s'4 of nw 3(3 and nw /4 .f
of majority is
hereby the'following win tie
given that described lands
.
McCall. D. E. .. .. nw 1/4 .. .. . ....: 5. 13 1.0 ...7 2I
The liver Is a most important organ I. sold at auction in front of the City Hall in Live Oak Floridi *

la the body Herbine will keep it in I Unknown .. ..... 8 % of sw V4 . .:' .22 5 13 80 %..48I 12 o'clock noon, on the first day of July '1907 or so much thereof.
and of
n %.of sw 1/4 nw 34
.. .
... .
Unknown
condition v. C. Slmpkins. Alba. I se 34 . . . .22 5 13 10 3.14 will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite

Texas writes: "I have used Herbine sa 'h of nw 1/4 . . .%5 5 13 .0 2.40 the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising.J" .
..
..
.. .
for Chills and Fever and find it the 'Clark. Wm. sw '4 of ne 'a . . .%5 5 13 40 %..0
.. ..
Geo. !
Johnson. BW 1/4 of sw li 4 . . .26 5 13 fO 3.U a
best medicine I ever used. I would . ... '
sw ,. of ne 1/4 and w % of +
not be without it. It Is as good for Unknown .. ... . se 1/4 . . . .. .21 5 1310 374 OW ER. DESCRiPTION OF LA."D. o o s e 1e

children as It Is for grown-up people e % of se % . . .%1 5 13 80 lf5
..........
and I recommend itIt Is fine for Unknown fractional part of w % .%7 5 13 10 3... .2 i o aaa 0
. ... q H
Unknown aU In county . 7 1 12 U7 6.54 m
LaGrlppe. Sold by Suwannee Drug . .
DS. n % of lot 3 . . ..18 1 12 40 l.t5 Martha .1ohnson. .
Company. dw Unknown ... .. two acre lot. bounded north-
10. w Bide of Be % of sw
. ... east and west
Unknown %. . . . . .19 1 12 10 115 be Parshley J 11 'US
and south by . 24
A woman always has an Interest White Julia .. s '4 of ne /4 . . .19 1 12 80 4U Silvia .1ohnson. .two acre lot bounded north
of ne %. and ne /4 of
ta her husband's business-even If Unknown ... . se4 bT see. line east by alley
sa y4 -0 2 12 80 .70 1St
It Is nothing more than a slight ;; . south and west by Pashley. 24 J 11
n % of sw . .29 1 12 80 .U
M.
T. .
CarT. .
Williams BenJ. . It lot 50x168 ft. bounded north
curiosity. sw % of se ,4. less 5 a e
... . by Simmons
Unknown side. . . . .%9 1 12 35 156 east by alley
w % of 'h and % .30 1 12 240 south by Cot 11asonac Hall 2Id '
A Lesson la Health.. Unknown ... .. nwI se 6U and west by section Une. 24 J 11
of
.. w 34 of ne /4 and Col Masonic H.". lob
Unknown . 60x168 ft bounded north
se 314 of ne %. and ne y4
Healthy kidneys filter the Impurities of se V . . . .3: 1 12 100 404 by Cary east by alley south
from the blood and unless they 8 3 of se Ye . . .1% 2 12 80 2:97Garrott. : by Parshle1'. and west by 43'
Unknown ... . I. section lIne . . ., 24 2 11 ,
do this good health Is Impossible. ne '4 of nw . . .13 2 12 40 1.96 Josephine .
Nathan . : Adkins.Jot 65x195 ft. bounded north
Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound Chancey Wm. . w 34 ofsw %.. % a s side.l3 2 12 79% f.99 by White east by Simpkin F

kidney and bladder disease. It Platt T. S. . . n % of nw %. and ne % of south by McGehee st. and f
nw '4 and sw %. of ne SJ!
strengthens the whole system. City /4 . . .. . ..28 2 12 160 6.04 Lud Dickerson. .1 west by Thomas . . 24 J 11 '
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Pharmacy. dw Thompkins. W. B. e !4 of ne ;f . . .10 3 12 80 4.48 west acres bounded north-

Unknown ... . e '41 of se ,4 . . .10 3 12 80 % 97Threet. field and south by Brad- !
nw .4. of Be %. . . .1% 3 12 40 2.91 and east by Daniels 11 tO
Birds and Lovers. Elbert . and Peterson . . . 24 2 \
Williams, S. .. . ne4 of ne % . . .1. 3 12 .0 %::97 Lucy Peterson .one-acre lot bounded north
The Sparrow-Ton seem tickled! Brown & Humphreyss w % of ne 34 and w % and by Daniels east and south
; Y
of . t
5w4 se ,4 .17 3 12 UO 10.13 by
The Robin-I should say so. Why ParshleT and west by d1i .

some fellow just sent a wireless kiss Unknown ... . n % of 6e V and se 34 of Dickerson . . . . 24 J t
se '. . . . .11 I U 10. S.H Steven Scriven .
through the air. and It passed right Brown & Humphreyss ne 4. and n % of nw %. two-acre lot bounded north
; and .
through m..-St. Louis Republic.COUCH. and se % of nw /4 and west by Bradfield % 11BetUe 3,0
n % of I5W '4 . .18 S 12 30 8.03 south and east by ParshleT. 2f ,
;
and . .30 Redding. .one-acre lot. bounded north- "
Henry A. J. . . nw 1. se 34 S 12 30 G.83
Brown & Humphreys.n % and sw4 and n % of east and south by Parshley 13 LOame8
: se ,4 . . . .. .31 3 12 560 1.7 and west by Springs road. U J

KILL THE Unknown ... .. ... .. se 4 . .i--.n 3 u lGO 3.H Joiner 13 acres bounded north by
nw y. of nw ,. . . I 12 40 1.U McGehee st., Burke and McKinney f
AM CURE THE LUNGS Unknown ... . -
Brown & Humphrers.n % and n % of II % . 7 4 12 (80 13.05 south by Evans

Unknown:: ... . sw4 of sw 34 . . 1 4 12 40 1.71 west by Brown and east by 0

Dr. Unknown ... . e % of nw %. . . .12 4 12 80 %.97 Evans and Burke . . U 2 13 '
WITH King'sNtw 22% a In nw 1/4 of nw4. Janie Carlisle lot
Unknown .. ..... ... 98175 ft. bounded north'
e side . . . ..1% 4 12 22171 by Strother east by Euans.
Walker C. A. . se % of nw 34 . . ,14 4 12 .0 5:41: south by Bryson st. and 0

Discovery Kirkland. J. J. .. .. e % ofne %. . . .16 4 U 80 347 west bT Norris . : . Z4 J IS
Kirkland. J. I. .. . ne % ofse /4 . . .16 f 12 to 1.96 James .1olner. .. lot 3. block A. Henderson's Iii
A oucH3 sue ( . nw 1.S of se 1/4 and se %. of J 11
Unknown addition :4
Full t 104 . . . ,; 3 A
OLDS TrtH $.ta. free se '4 . . . .,c .16 f 12 80 37 Minnie Taylor .lot 100X139
4W Mi THHAT A0 LUNG TROUBLES. Unknown .. ... n y. of ne ,4 and ne 1r4 of end ft. across north
nw % and se 34 of ne 14417 4 12 160 519 101M. Henderson's ad- 11 >

GULRANTEBD SArISFAC"1'01L" Unknown .. ... .. n % of sw %. . . ..17 4 12 80 2.97 A. Young .. .. ..ot dlUon 7Mot. . . 4 A 24 J
02 XOtfJCT &X7U2fX) IX Boon Geo. .. .. .. .. n 34 of nw h. . .. .%t 4 12 80 6.4 .Ox139 4. block A.

Mills J. L. .... .. .. B % of ne 4 of lie y. and Hooderson' add.. bounded
e 34 of sw 34 of Be V4 north by Taylor east by alley -

and se '4 of Be /4..27 4 12 81) 508 south by Barnett "and S '11 Z$

M1OEYADTARSt. Unknown .... .... .. II % of lots 3..5.6. and II J- C. Mannm. west by Joiner . . A Ii
i VLRi 3i h..1.3uasg. [ 34 of lot 1 .. .. .. ..28 4 12 30 13.35 .lot 4. block 3 lusey's ad- 11 3
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"oWNER. DESCRIPTION. OF LAND Co CD IL: : I ? oa PROFESSIONAL CABS.G .
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C. Rouse .. Iota 3 and 4. block 4. Dowling' & 'THOMASON.
A. addition . ... 3.4 t 24 2 13 James Moore .. ., lot 60x105 ft, in the south BROWN .
L. w tsrn % of lot 6. block 6. Dow 19.58R. west cor block 39, bounded

ling's addition .. . . 6 6 24 2 north and east by Manker
lot 5 block A 13 1.4S south by block 40. west by PHYSICIANS SURGEONS
j. M. Scott. .. Bryson's addition & ;
.. . . .. 5A Scriven st . .. ... .. 3& 23 2 13 4.58
24
2 13 4.42 McCauly ... .. 'lot 50x160 ft. In northwest
T. E Pound .. ..lot 13. block E. Bryson's addition .. LIVE OAK. t : I FUOEIDA.
. . . .... corner block 40 south west
.13 E 24 2 13 1.48S. Division . . .;. .. .' 40 23. 2' 13 2.15
M. L. Taylor. 18 acres bounded Coryporatlon Jackson .. . .lot 70x105 f(. In north east .
A. L. Ry., east by
line south corner block 41, Reese addition DR. J. W. WEST.Physician .

line and west by by Dow-section . .. .. . . tl'. 23 2 13 3.25

ling . . . j. .. 24 2 X8.98 dvun Tlllman..lot 70x105 ft* In north west and Surgeon.
13
corner block 41, Reese addition .
:. lot 52x210 ft, bounded
north
J. L. White by Howard st., east and < ..: . . .. . 41 23 2 13 3.25 Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. .
south by White and West win. Gear . two lots 70x105 ft each. Residency at Ethel Hotel. ,..,

by Sealey . . . .. 23 2 .block 41, bounded north by .
Marlon. .. lot 77x120 ft, bounded north 13 5.02 Tlllman. east by Tison Pbens: -O es, No.168. "
p. '
E. south by Cobb and west by
by Vanburen st east Residence NOB.13 or K8L
south, by -- Scriven st. ... .. . .. 41 23 2 13 3.85 Drug Stan(Barclay*tiroovn-)NoW..
Goodbread by Black-
Cobb .. ... tot 70x105 ft, in the south .
burn and west by Groover. .
23. 2 13 14.55 west corner block 41, Reese

s. V. Ohara.israel . lot 60x100 ft, bounded north addition . .. . . 41 23 2 13 1.78 E. BROOME
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and south by Helveston. JOhn Lewis . .lot 70x105 ft, block 41. TV/T ,
east by Darrow st, and west bounded north and east by .

by S B Connor. . . 23 2 '13 5.02 Reese south by alley and '
Rice -one acre lot In southwest COr- \ I west by Tison. .\ . .*. . 41 23 2 13 3.55 ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW

ner, block m. . . . M 23 2 13 4.42 Robt Taylor . lot 70x105 ft, north east UTS OAK I FLORIDA.
Isaac Stafford lot bounded north by Stafford corner block 42, Reese addition .

and Church east by . . . . 41 23 2 13 3.25 win
Church south by Blackburn Tom Davis .. one acre lot in the northwest practice attention iaaQtlM given to court Coarcjraaeei.of OwStata.Cofleetioa Special

and west by Rice. . . M 23 1 13 7.22 corner of block 42, Resse of Rents Etc. All bosmeM promptly attended -

C. N. Hlldreth Sr. lot 74x140 Hillman. bounded addition .. .. .. .. . 42 23 2 13 6.55 tOL.
north by east by Williams . .. .two lots 70x105 ft each .. NOTAXY PVBUC S'unar L&KCK.
f't Ohio south by Hillman and
bounded north by Davis
west by Parshley. . .. . Q 23 2 13 23.35 east by Saulsbury. south by L. MoO DIXON,

Laura I RJce( . .one acre lot In the north west alley and west by Scrivne st. 42 23 2 13 3.55A

corner of block T. .. T 23 2 13 3.6S Johnston. . two lots 70x105 ft each.
t Isaac Staffs lot 300 ft across north end block 43. Reese addition DENTIST.

I of block U . .. . .. u 23 2 13 3.68 south west Division. t" . 43 23 2 13 3.98 .
J E. Cobb .. lot on east of block U. . u 23 2 13 2.28 Sylas . . .lot 70x105 ft, Rees addition. ORTODONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE
John Robertson. lot on the west side of block bounded east by Johnson ** WORK. : SPECIALTIES.
U . . . . ... U 23 2 13 2.28 south by Rees and west by .
t Emily Bellemy. .lot 52x125 ft, bounded north Sylas . . . . . 43 23 2 13 3.55
by :McClellen east by Lee, Mack Hall . lot 70x105 ft, bounded north .
line south by S M Bond and by Hackerson east by Hous mill ii i mint IIIMIJ

west by Shackleford. . 23 2 13 3.92 ton st, south by Reese and DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR II'
Tempa Mathas .lot : : ft west by unknown. . . 43 ,23 2 13 3.55 ; ;
by Harris, stubyeMcClellen Hamp sharp' .lot 2, block I, Carroll's addition .

south by McGhee and . . . . .2 I 23 2 13 2.95 : ; VETERINARY. jj
i't t west by Hamilton st. . : 23 2 13 5.02 Robert Keywest lot 1, block II, Carroll's addition i i

Brown .lot 105x200 ft bounded north .. . . . .1 II 23 2 13 2.22 Solicits your patronage-Office
ti t- "William by; Lewin east by White R. M. ,Marshall east half lot 2. block II, Car- | \ at residence Phone (3 rings) 148IMMMI
tt south roll's addition . . . 2 II 23 2 13 2.95
hurst. by Harris and I Mlllll J li .
S. n. isuui&i.. east half lot 3. block II, Carroll's .
west by Hamilton st. . 23 2 13 4.28
170x250 ft bounded north addition . . . 3 II 23 2 13 2.22
L Whitehurst Sr..lot SegUS Keys lot 9 block Carroll's ad-
III.
T. J. LYLE
Lewin east by Sec line .
by dition ... . . . .. 9 III 23 2 13 1.12
south by McClellen and
Robert Thomas. lots 7 9 10 block IVCaroll's
west by Harris. . . 23 2' 13 3.55 8. and Practical
;
addition . . IV *3 2 13 2.'J5:
Marshall. lot bounded north by Live
Alonzo Charlie Williams. lot 12. block IV Carroll's
i Oak Mfg Co.. east by Sec WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
I addition . . . . .12 IV 23 2 13 2.5S
south by Barnett and
line
( Unknown .. lot 16, block IV, Carroll's 35 year's experience ':.
Hamilton . .
west st .
by .
23 2 13. 5.02
iI addition . . .. . .16 ir 23 2 13 1.59
.lot 39 block B Dillon's addi- Good stockjof: Watches always on hand.
R. W. WilliamsMrs. tVashington .. lot 133x233 ft. bounded
I tion . . . . . .39 B 23 2 .13 1.12. north by Humphreys addition -
Unknown .. lot 43, block B, Dillon's addition east and south by
i!! t . .x. . . .43 B 23 2 13 1.12 White and west by Walker WALL PAPERWhen

I \ Duncan Bush .lot 44, block B, Dillon's addi- street . . . . 23 2 13 4.22
:t tion . . . . . .44 B 23 Z 13 1.12 Connelly Heirs .. lot 3, block AHumphrey'saddition in need:cf nice wall

; t- Unknown ...... lot 33, block C. Dillon's addition .. . . . 3 A 23 13 2.95 pa-
N . . . .. . .33 C 23 2 13 2.22 R. H. Howard .. lot 4. block A, Humphrey's
i J.M. Brock .. .lot 15, block D, Dillon's addi- addition . . . . .4 A 2* 3 13 1.48 per call on H. t1.:Pt1 TY, at
i tion . . . . . .15 D 23 2 13 3.68D. Jeorge Benton lot 6. block .. Humphrey's

J. Carter... .lots 16 and 17. block D. Dil addition . . .. .. 6 'A 23 2 13 5.15 CLINTON & MEEICS MARKET.
'. lon's addition . . 16-17 D 23 2 13 3.68 Charlie Moore .. lot 7, block A, Humphrey's

Jack Jones. .lot 19. block D. Dillon's addition addition . . ._. . .7 A ZS 2 13 1.48
.t .*. . . . . .19 D 23 2 13 2.95 H. R. McDonald .lot.9, block A, Humphrey's;

I Unknown .... .(..lots 26 and 27, block E, Dll-. .%6 addition . . . .. 9 A 23 2 13 1.4S H. J. MORRIS
Ion's addition . . . .27 E 23 2 13 1.48C. J. U.:: WnitehurstSrlot 10, block A. Humphrey's
.J.Allen . .lot 3, block O, Slat's addition. 3 0 23 2 13 1.10 addition . . .. . .10 A 23 2 13 1.48 Contractor and Builder

C- Amanda Robinsonlot 1 block P. Slate's addition. 1 P 23 2 13 2.65 Frank Connelly lot 11. block. A, Humphrey's; for estimatesand
Harry Moore ....lot 2 bolck P. Slate's addition. 2 P 23 2 U 2.65 addition . . . . .il A 23 2 13 1.48 Apply plans,

> Unknown..... .lot 3 block P. Slate's addition. 3 P 23 2 13 1.10 Unknown . lot 14, block A, Humphrey's specifications.Office .
Unknown ... .lot 3 block Q Slate's addition. 3 Q 23 2 13 1.10 addition . . . . 14 A 23 2 13 1.32
Nancy Bolen. .. lot 4 block Q. Slates addition. '4 Q 23 2 13 2.20 Charlie- _Moore n__ -. _- _n_ lot- 15. block A. Hnmohrey's on Ohio Are.. A. C. L. Crossing.CLINTON&MEfKS.

) Ed Hill ... .. .lot 5 block Q. Slate's addition. 5 Q 23 2 13 2.65 addition :. .: :. .15 A 23 2 13 3.U ..
Tyler Hawkins .. lot 11 andn% of lot 4. block. 1 I. R. Whltehurst.ot 17. block A. Humphrey.s
R, Slate's addition. . . 4 R 23 2 13 3.68 addition . . . ..11 A 23 2 13 14S
Alex: Barnett ... .lot 6 block T, Slate's addition. 6 T 23 2 13 3.02 Frank ConnellT lot 18. block A. Humphrey's

Wm. Green. .. ... lot 1 and n% of lot 4. block addition . . .: . .18 A 23 2 13 148
z V. Slate's addition. . . 1 V 23 2 13 2.95 R. H. Iioward lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. block B.
addition . B 23 2 13 Vi8 ,
; C. J. Johnson. lot 5 and s H of lot 4, block Humphrey's .
c W. Slate's addition. '. . 5 W 23 2 13 3.68 Will Robertson .Iot 10. block B. Humphrey'saddition
A R. W.Wllsom lot 6 block W Slate's addition. 6 1f 23 3 13 1.92 . . . . .10 B 23 2 13 2.58 Wholesale and Re-
.1
Unknown .. ... ..lot 4 block 7 north west Di- Robt. Keywe lot 9. block B. Humphrey'saddition
. . . . .9 B 23 2 13 2.95
vision . . . . 4 T 23 2 13 1.12
C. N. north 2 B. Iatnas . lots 13 and U. block B. tail Dealers in Flori-
I 'v Hildreth Jr.lots 2 and 3, block 8, Humphrey's addition . .. B 23 2 13 1.85
2.95
[ west Division . . . 3 8 23 2 13
J. Whitehurst Jr. lot 15. block B. Humphrey'saddition
Fume J!:. Dellacallot 80x106 ft, bounded north . . . . .15 B 23 2 13 1.30 da and WesternMEATS
:i E T Delh -
east
by
by Frst st.
r Frank Cooper lot 16. block B. Humphrey'saddition
. | legal south by Tom Delle- . . :. . .16 H 23 2 13 %.95 -
j>4 gal and west by Brown 9 23 2 13 2.75 Chas Moore lot 19. block D. Humpbrey's
p. block 9. north west DiTlslon. addition . . . . .19 B 23 2 13 3.3:
L. Whltfleld..lot 9 bounded -
jjtw. 50x114 ft block
J. Bono . . lot 20. block B. Humphrey'saddition
,.0: sf, north by Brown east by . . . . .20 B 23 2 13 :.95
ft", Rees south by Second st. bounded north .
13 2.45 Henry Sheffield one acre lot
and west by Gornto.- 9 23 2 by; MobleT It Robertson Phone 24.

y Xn Clark ..... lot 1. block 11. north west east bT Irvine at. south by
l.SS! ;S' Division . . .. . .1 11 23 2 13 8.0S Baker and west by Hall &

|-A.w.Leelte. .. .. lots 2 and 3. block 11, north. 2 Moore . . . . B 23 2 13 4.58 Prompt deliveries
. . . 3 11 23 2 13 %2.95cDamel. 1.92
:-ff. u west DiTision Robert Hicks .lot'1. block 1. Pine addition. 1 1 23 2 13
| T- lot 6, block 11. north west Whlteburst Jr..lot 4 and east '1s of 3. block
383 *.* Division . . . . 6 11 23 2 13 8.08 I. 1. Pine addition. . . 4 1 23 2 13 2.95I. anywhere in the

z:w-u WMtfield..lot 3.. block 16. north west B. R. McLamb. lot 10, block 1, Pine addition. .10 1 23 2 13 3.38
. . . .3 16 23 2 13 6.6.
: Division . )1.1.. Higgins. lot I, block B. Hildreth ad-
'..c N. Bndenth Sr. n % of lot 3 and west % of dition . .. . ; . 1 B 23 2 13 4.42 City.

%.d "; .. lot 5, block 17, north west Owen Byrd . lot 5, block B. IUldreth addition -
Division . . . . 5 17 23 2 13 9.85 . . . . 5 D 23 2 13 1.85;
C.,N. uudreth Jr.100 ft across the north end N. Hildreth Sr. entire block D. Hildreth's ad-

3.63 : of lots 1,2 and 3,. block 20_ c. dition . . . . D 23 2 13 8.08R.
It northwest Division 1. 2, 3 20 23 2 13 19.38 H. Howard lot 6. block E, Hildreth's ad- DRINDLaxative
aPtnld1ng.lot, 4 and 28ft off of westside dition . . . . ..6 E 23 2 13 1.4S -

1.tS .gs of 5, block 20 north Geo. P. McKennT. lots 7 and 8, block HlI7
west Division . . . 4 20 23 2 13 3.25 dreth's addition . . 8 E 23 2 13 3.6SH.
OWen
.Byrd .... Entire block 21 less lot 4, McCullough. lot 1. block F. Hildreth.s ad- Fruit
J.
It.S north west Division. . 21 23 2 13 16.88 dltlon . . . . 1 F 23 2 13 1.32 SyrupPleasant

: Dopson..lot 80x160 ft. in the northeast \lcCulh'ugh. lot 2. block F. Hildreth's addition -
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H . .2 F 23 2 13 4.42
corner block 28, south . . . .
3.13 :;-T .15latJ'ks to take
west DiTision . . . 28 23 2 13 3 C. X. Hildreth Jr. lot 8, block F. Hildreth's ad-
.. tokes. lot 113x160 ft in the southeast : dltlon . . . . 8 F 23 2 13 1.30 The laxative. Does

t,'-: corner block 28, south 6.1" Unknown . lots 11. 12. 13. 14. and 16bolck F 23 2 13 3.68 new
west Division . . . 28 23 2 13 F Hildreth's addition. or nauseate.
1 I.SS 1- .Jackso n .. lots 1, 2.3.4. block 34..1.2. .. P. McKinney 'lots 1 and 2, block H. Hil1 not gripe
13 19.08 Gf'O . 2 H 23 2 13 3.68
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2 .
4 34 .s3 dreth's addition
CeI. '_ south west Division. . . Cures stomach and liver
Odc
3 'l.SSS -Q.Bellows.lot 9, block 34. south west Hildrf'th Sr lots 5, 6, 1. block H
2.95 \r addition 6.62Mrs.
Division .9 34 ia5Dcrtson..iot 2 13 C. Hildreth's . . H 23 2 13 troubles and chronic constipation -

10. block 34, south west Fiel-Iots 7 and 8, block I. Hil7
S.sS lJu.. Division . . .. . .1034 -- 2 13 4.42 .der LUTenia. . dreth's addition . . 8 I 23 2 13 2.90)Unknown by Restoring the
kson ....lots 11 and 12 block 34.11 block D. Robinson's ad-
< . lot 5.
1.3%
t.t south west .12 34 23 2 13 8.08 dition . . .... .. 5 D %3 % 13 natural action of the stomach -

A._ ,..a1i'. '' ...lot 53%x160 tsiobounded Unknown . .lot 6. block D. Robinsonsaddt D 23 2 13 3.68C.
.. . . .. 6 liver and bowels.
s.S! ? north by 7th st, east by north
bounded
11 : Gainer south by Manker 13 4.28 W. Oliver .one acre lot. Reese Refuse substitutes. PrIce BOo.
Sow. west by Williams. . . 39T'ww 23 2 east and south by .. Z3 Z 13 8.38
is 6j I | ," *....lot 98x213 ft, bounded north and west by section llne. City Pharmacy.

',.- by 7th st, east by Houston 8.
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I; r: ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. work we have ,the best. Special class in Penmanship by the monthtScholardps$40.00 <:J "

.W.A.WhitewtO. Emory. Tex., $50.00, $75.00 and$9O.OO. -*
I writes: "My child had chills and never .
for lour years. We tried all kind of
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!. mine recommended Herbtne. We used SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE
: three bottles and the child is now completely -
cured. Ton hare my permission
I. to publish this testimonial as I cheer- -i iI
i I fulW recommend Herbine to all mothera" Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
f having children sfflwtrd. as mine. J
I I. LZfiE BJn1.: !. We GET THE GEfllUMKBALURD LIVE OAK, FLORIDA .
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the conclave. President Roosevelt j. M. Marable. of Lurarille Is here . . . . . . . ,lOUR . . ,..

II was arraigned for dismissing the ne-,today looking after business matters I
gro regiment .and Governor Glenn and attending the criminal court SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis
a of North Carolina was lauded for t
I II suppressing lynchings. Judge James 1'ny R'n 'f:) not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It Jt
Matthews of Albany N. Y.. was,.lUJ.dI.: nOJ.1.&J.J.r':>!.ll\:: broad enough to accommodate all, and

J D ( tt elected president.. I ft ..AIMrn *a/e...r*. Po O"Ir-.6 HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:

I rare The young folks with their small savings. -t>1'1'L
VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTDOVLING
2.-The breadvi inner, striving to accumulate a fug:
to procure a home or a competency for old age $
I caused 1>y Indigestion. If you eat a PARK 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded aid I',
Ettlt too much,'or if you are subject to the income provided.
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attacks of Indigestion you hare no doubt
had shortness of breath,rapid heart beats wAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER- 4.-Those with idle funds'awaiting other investment_

,i f expand heartburn Indigestion-swell or palpitation,causes, and puff the of up the stomach against heart the to !Mineral Springs, Hotel and CottagesHOT I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK' Lire Oak, FMii 1

I; beam with This its crowds action the and heart in the and courseof interferes -' AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED.: QOOO TABLE. GOOD BEOS. RUNNING t . . . . . . . ," ,,,.I

i tine the heart becomes diseased. WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND -
-C- .
PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAV1LLIONS. BOATS.ETC (Continued from page seven.) "

l KodolFor RATES REASONABLE 'GULFSCON E"ONATUVEOAKWUITALLTRAINSADDRESS .


I II Dyspepsiadigests PORK ttOTEU DOWNING PflRK. fLORID L.VEOAK .j OWNER I DESCRIPTION OF LAND.& Ii I j ;a e a

of tie heart what and you contributes eat takes the nourishment strain off [o. e d :

body.strength For and Indigestion health to every Dyspepsia organ of Sour the We Sell Merchants C. W. Oliver .....two acre lot bounded north
Stomach Inflammation of the mucous Only by Reese east by Robertson
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges- addition south by Comer
Irre Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh west by section line 23 J li US_
at the Stomach. Unknown ......lots 1 and 2, block 1, Rail1 "
Carry Stock of .... IS tJI
lltrwti.mrioodwould Ostrass-br naUac road addition 2 1 22 2
air bean palpitate.and I would become ray weak Walter Moore ...lot 3. block 1, Railroad ad- }
taally I rot a JUUr bottl using ef Kodol*Uw and bottles it pna I uieared.KRS. a immCkUrtlieL .*- . . .'. . . . . dition 3 1 22 2 11 1ft-0_
.LORma mCHCiS.P nn Yan. .Y. Unknown .lot 8, block 2, Railroad ad-
Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn dition ... 8 % %% Z U .I .
M Iliad taut atomaeh trouble tredbU with: h.and I was took fat Kodol*bad statt as I Unknown ......lots 7 and 10, block 2. Railroad -.. 7 f
DIn for abwt IMV BWBtbs and it cored in Dyspepsia.. Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all addition .10 2 21 S 11 'Ui.:
tt KAUBLB.Ne ads.a Unknown .lots 3 and 4, .block 7, Rail3 -
I kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar; Rice, road addition 4 7 22 J 11 Lit."
Digests What You Eat Unknown .lots 7 and 10, block 7, Rail7
Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powdet road addition' .10. 7 22 7 11 31i
,
J.v.: Williams...
re.r w.w lots 8 and 9, block 7, Rail8
I J b.-. ( wyau paint. Lavadura Extracts Tablets Lead road J IS 1 _
Hf.1 CM ** as car Hi Writting -Pencils addition 9 7 22
.1. Unknown tots 14 and {(. block. T,Rail.IS
: Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. road addition .14 7 23 -% 11 ill,
" The J.. TO. Hopps..
City Pharmacy -lots 15 and 16,block 7, Rail-
'.. : Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and road addition T 2E % 11 1i1
P. c. ..... "
Green.
lot 1, block 8, Railroad addition -
Wrigleys Chewing Gums ...... .. 1 8 22 S- 11 s.si..

The Great Headache Cure Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, Unknown_ .lot ditlon 4. block.8. Railroad ad- 4 8 2Z 2 1S tJt
J. H. Swan lots 6 and 7, ,
block 8 Rail6
El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. road addition 7 8 22 J 11 1!!
BromoPepsinNc4e R. W. Williams..lot 16, block 9, Railroad addition -
-. .16 9 22 2 u ,..
f fI the Word Pepsin." Visiting Merchants are Cordially in- A. A. Thomas ..lots 17 and 18, block 9, Rail.17 1JI I
I road addition .18 9 22 Z 11 -
Bea. ehe. indigestion vited to make our office their headquarters -Unknown ......lots 1 and s. block 10. Rail1 JJj,:: 1
Ii.i. G URES road addition. 2 10 22 S liT
Insomnia, Kerronsness
J. Corbett...
while in the city. lot 3, block 10. Railroad ad-

On the Spot. OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .:/ _unknown .....lots dition.,3 6 and 7, block 10. Rail6 10 22 2 11 .
lo Opiates. Absolutely Harmless road addition 7 10 22 s 13 i
An DncfUta.toe u.. M* IOe Unknown ......lot 11. block 10, Railroad ad- J
Por Bale By I live Oak Brokerage & Commission dition .11 10 2s 2 IS
Jnknown
j'I. .lots 1, Z. 3, 4. 5 and 6.. block 1JS
The
City PharmacyUVE 12. Railroad addition .. .. u 22 2 11
I. OAK. FLA. P. T. McGriff ...lot 10. block 12. Railroad ad-
I 41-23-trwi-Ti. III i li 111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111.. dition 12 U J IS L
Unknown 11.block 12. Railroad addition J

I NOTICE .. . . . . .11 U ss ; IS Ui
XEGROES TO FOR5I A PARTY. Unknown .lot 1. Hildreth's 2nd addition.. 1 1 22 11 :
J To Contractors and Prospective Builders John Jackson....5 acre lot. bounded north ;

Delegates Beliere Voter of Their 4 and west by sec line south
Race Can Influence the National by corporation line east By
THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY s.
CO.
Election. Hawkins .......... .. .. %G S IS

.. New York. Jane 13.-Delegates to I will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building.sa\1d J. s. KI "K..UD Tax Collector City of Live
the national which
negro conference Plaster Laths and all kinds of Brick. "
closed its sessions, hare organized the : AUTOMOBILE hl oi
FOR I cyclometer two lamps.
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National Negr league. It is the : OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. model "A" Cadillac with Cost when new $950 to *
tonneaa.
,< purpose to build an effective democratic i cash t*
carries 5 people Will sell for $350 d
tonneau

V i. Union presidential organization and ultimately elections.throughout influence the the i:p I The Live Oak Brick ,& Supply Co. 'i, j jiniii moved feet running and made condition.Into mnaboaCper-Used can be dally re- I W.buyer.rock B.roads-well.Reason cuts for editor tires sell1JlS--all IadeSt. .i--

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,.. .F d t dopo.t 12.1897 LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 14, 19O7. VOL, X. No..: 2*



fROM EXPRESS! sibly cause the entire examinationall I misunderstanding between the farm-, Killed Big Panther. ,

STOLEN At over the state to be thrown out. THE PARAMOUNT ISSUES ers and those engaged in trade and Messrs. HenrY Carter Sand Alex..

present it is impossible to say transportation" he said. "We must last Thursday
whether Pickles were out hunting
the distribution of the ques- get together. The farmers Is at the south of
about 12 or 15 miles
tions '
is
STATE TEACHERS' EXAMINATION local or general. Every pre- foundation of all wealth. Trade is -'
caution has TRUST, TARIFF AND RAILROADSIN Madison when they saw a big
PAPERS WERE been taken to preventany essential to progress and the farmer ,.
opened
ahead of them they
THE NEXT CAMPAIGN panther
questions
STOLEN being stolen. The is of
knows it. There no feeling
t fire with the result that the pantherwas
printing of
qt them is done at a differ- dislike on their part of those with
ent point each year, and Is kept killed.
whom they have trade relations.They
secret. Mr. Holloway has issued the W.1. BRYANT'S STATEMENT have need of you gentlemen and the He was estimated to weigh "250
NEGROES ARE BUYING COPIES following letter to the pounds, and was 9 feet long.
superintendents trade.| But they hold in the economy '
of the different They cut one of fore paws off and 0
counties: of things, that you must furnish
He Thinks Railroads and Tariff Are sent It to Mr. J. K. Wltherspoon who ,:
"Tallahassee Flat June 5, 1907. them certain things for a Just compensation -
-
Detectives At Work Trying to Locate of More Importance Than Any | was showing It to his friends Satur- ;
County Superintendent want to let
Public Instruction -they you com- t
Thief Who Stole Paper From Other Issue day. Madison Recorded.
Express Office -My Dear Sir: On the petition settle the amount of compen- ::t

27th ultimo I sent to Hon. GeorgeF. sation. As a western farmer I wantto ',
Tallahassee June 6.-State Super- Scott COAST LINE AGENT IN TROUBLE.
county superintendent pub- voice the complaint of the western
W. M. Holloway and the New York June 6.
Trusts the
intendent lic Instruction. ,
Starke, Fla., .an express farmer against the form of gamblingin
Southern Express Company officials package containing the ques- railroads and the tariff will be the some of your organizations. J. W. Jolly Arrested at Leesborg 1

are busy Investigating the mysterious tions for the June examination. This Issues In the next presidential cam Speculating in the necessaries of life Charged With Embezzlement 1

disappearance of a package containing for the- package has never reached Its des- paign, according to Mr. W. J. Bryan I is a serious thing and when, by and Forgery.Gainesville .

the printed Questions tination, and I have strong reasonsto ''in an interview here today. He re- :|betting for Instance, on wheat if the :iI
June examinations. On the 27th of believe that the same was stolen.. gards the outlook for the democratic I price of wheat is lowered, the farmer ( Sun June 6.)

May Mr. Holloway sent oat to the It Is highly probable that the thief party for next year as good. Mr. Is hurt and If the price Is ad- Information comes from Leesburg 1

superintendents of the various coun- has distributed the questions con- Bryan is in New York as a guest of vanced the man who buys the flouris to the effect that John W. Jolly, agent
ties the examination questions. The I tained in this package throughout I hurt. Line that
I the Democratic Progressive League, for the Atlantic Coast at
i packages were put under the personal the state, especially among the Railroad arrested Wednesday on
I negro which was only recently organized. The Question. point ,was
of Mr. office ,
supervision Holloway's -
applicants for teacher's certificates.In Turning to the question of railroads two warrants sworn out by a representative
Mr. McIntosh, his chief Bryan and Tariff Reform. :
force.
view of the above facts, I write Mr. Bryan said he was gladof of the! American Surety
clerk, accompanied the janitor with to request that the examination be Asked if he considered the ques- an opportunity to commend the Company of New York, one of which

the packages to the tolthe express office and conducted with all possible diligence tion of tariff reform as essential to action of President Roosevelt In the is the alleged embezzlement of $2.143

delivered them agent, takinga looking to the detection of fraud, if the democratic platform for the com- direction of regulation. does not while the other warrant charges Jolly
receipt for each package. Mr. King, there be any. I request, also, that of cur-
the
ing campaign, Mr. Bryan replied: make any difference that the presi- with having forged names
of the local force of the express company tie grading committee be ,
advised of "I have been a tariff reformer for dent does not belong to the same) tam messages of the Southern Ex- !

went down to the depot .on the this circumstance, and if it detects years; I have talked tariff reform for political party," he said. "I am very press Company to eight express receipts ,i

express wagon and personally checked any appearance of fraud that you ten years prior to the campaign of, glad that he has seen fit to take advantage said to have represented that

the packages to the messenger.Mr. and the county board of public Instruction 1896 ;I believe it now but there are of a plank that we put In many "remittances." aggregating '

George F. Scott superintendentof be advised of the same at other questions before the people re-t'our platform. It was made for use $1.317. to the East Florida Savings :.).::
public instruction for Bradford once. I shall thank you to use all and Trust Company in Palatka for
[latively more important at the present -!and I am glad someone was able to
county failing to receive his pack- possible effort In the matter of the such as the trusts, railroads, use it and to that end to assent that deposit ,which money was not received 5

age of the questions, notified Mr. preservation and honest enforcementof etc. I believe that the democratic anyone may use it who 'can.I by the bank.
that they had not come.A I
Holloway the examination law. party in its national platform will ask that you unite with the farmer The alleged shortage was discovered -

second package was forwarded Please advice me at once of any take cognizance of'all three of these to give him just rates and to free by G. W. Watson, a traveling

to him which he has received. Mr. irregularity in the examination. questions, but in my opinion the! him from extortionate rates." auditor, who says that the accused

Holloway notified the authorities of tariff will not be the paramountissue. made a full confession to him after .1
t, ; the express company and efforts are "Yours very truly, !THE FIRST MELON SHIPMENTS.I! being confronted with the express

." "' being made to trace it up. "W. M. HOLLOWAY, Two Solid Trainloads Went North receipt alleged to have been forgedfor
i "The financial issue is not the
i In the meantime Mr. Hollowaywas "State Supt. of Public Instruction." I This Week from Marion and the purpose of deceiving the!
: I same now as it was in 1896. It Is not
> i informed that negro doctor of ] Alaihua. auditor and thereby obtained credit ,
RepublicatrpartyT-
due to the ; power, .
. 0 this county was selling sets of the (Gainesville Sun.) .. for $1.350, supposed to have beenin
FOUR YEARS FOR ANDREWS. but to natural causes such as
examination questions to negroes of The melon movement from points transit.
which has accomplished in a manner
:. this county for $25 a set. At first south is becoming heavier each day .
_ t, what I tried to accomplish in the The defendant will have a prelim y
> .Mr. Holloway was inclined to doubt Prominent Pensacola Official Goes to campaign of 1896. As a matter of and from present indications all rail- Inary.hearing tomorrow before Judge

: t. the, statement but his informant Insisted Pen for Padding Pay Rolls. fact we are all repudiators now. The roads will be taxed to their utmost J. B. Milan in Tavares the county
I
that such the fact and of- June 7.-James M. capacity to handle the crop. Notwith-
,. was Pensacola : dollar of today is not the dollar of seat of Lake county.Mr. .
! 1 l' I[' ,{ fered to get a copy of the questions, Andrews former chairman of the 1896. The dollar of today Is at least standing the early season, two solid Jolly has hitherto borne an excellent -

J> '.l'which upon comparison was found'to board of county commissioners, and 30 p ercent less in purchasing power trainloads of cantaloupes and water- reputation and his arrest

be a verbatim copy of the ques- Cary L. Fulton, having charge of than in 1896. The cost of living has melons came over the Atlantic CoastLine was a great shock to his friends here :Ji

tions sent out from the state super- county painting work, recently con-, greatly increased so that the face Tuesday night consigned from i and elsewhere.

intendent's office. He had obtained victed of padding the county pay value of a dollar today does not at points in Marion and Alachua coun-

15 t the copy from a negro woman who rolls, forgery and uttering forged, all compare with the purchasing ties to various markets In the North. NOTED WOMAN DEAD.

II [ calmed that she had paid this negro paper, were yesterday sentenced in ability of eleven years ago." The majority being to points In the t

doctor $10 for them with a promise the criminal court to terms In the Mr. Bryan reiterated his belief in East. Helen M. Cougar Drops Dead of

c. to pay him $15 additional when she penitentiary. Andrews was sentencedto the initiative and referendum and Growers are anticipating not only a Heart, Failure To-Day.
OiM heavy yield but ti. profitable one and ..
,, began teaching. serve four years at hard labor and municipal ownership. Lafayette, Ind.. June 6.-Helen
said to be of exceptional -
fruit Is
[ Mr. Holloway and the express of- Fulton two years and six months. the old, and a well-
Walks of Farmers. U. Gougar, 70 years
Bryan quality this season.
l.st ? fldals are using every effort tot James L. Long, an ex-police officer leader and lecturer -
In an address before the board of The movement from the Gainesville known temperance
obtain evidence that will fix the guilt convicted of being the proprietor of dead at her home hereof
1.1 \..; upon whoever stole the questions. a negrd gambling house, was sen- trade, where he was entertained at section will not reach Its heightfor dropped failure today. For many

,..34L34 | .Detectives are at work upon the tenced to nine months at hard labor luncheon. Mr. Bryan spoke on the several days, although a great heart she had been a leading temperance -
the farmers and many shipments are being made now. rears
I ? cue. The theft of the questions will upon the county roads. None of the relations between agitator. In 1896 she toured
in trade and trans- The prospects throughout this sec-
I rf probably cause Mr. Holloway tot cases will be appealed, the men expressing those engaged the country speaking for Bryan for
tion for cantaloupes was never
1.UUS throw out the examination for all desire to commence serving portation. .
bet-I President.mmw
I deal of ter. I
great
has been a
"There
p> negroes in Leon county, and may pos- out their terms at once. -
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AMERICAN EIELD FENCEThe



Fence that is best adapted to your lands. Try it.and convince yourself

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We can prove this to you from Government reports. Ask us and see!


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Cooking Utensils in Tinware and Enamel Ware. The "Blue Diamond" I;


Crockery for everybody. from the modest price to the highest. iM;



Guns Pistols Rifles Ammunition I




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THE CAR WINDOW EXPERTS. I :
John B. Stetson i I
The man who comes to Florida, UniversityFOUR

sizes it up from the car window while ::1 LIVE OAK BANK
COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
his train is passing through, sees the I. I

plnes, the swamps the white sand, DELAND, FLORIDA LIVE OAK FLORIDA

an occasional patch of cultivated

ground, and unsightly cabins and Affiliated with the University of Chicago H. p. DEXTER Capital President.$75,000 -:- Surplus S. A. HINLEY.$35,000-- -PftsideaL i

shacks here and there as specimensof
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.-The standards are those of the University C. I). BLACKK ELL. Cashier.
the rural architecture, has no ac- of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both
curate idea whatever of the state and Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

its people, its resources and its COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are admitted to prac- II
tice law in Florida without examination.
development. Correct general Impressions COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS. / DOLLARS DO THEIR DUTY ,

\ of long-settled and highly Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses J ,-
developed regions may be had that leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment. + and earn something for their on
COLLEGE OF BUSI "ESS--Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping \ f
way. but in a new commonwealth like s
by best.methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open in 3 ers when they are placed at interest
Florida, of vast area, heavily timbered other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.

and very sparsely settled, only a PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard ,? in a good savings bank. Bj

shallow-minded and unthinking man Yale, Princeton Cornell Michigan, Chicago and all first-class Colleges. -
NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-1. Kindergarten in its own all means put your dollars to
will form even a preliminary estimate building. %. Primary and Grammar School in separate building.. These d
under such circumstances. If the Schools especially prepare Public School teachers. a work at a good rate of interest

tourist or intending immigrant could MUSIC SCHOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos separate t
building, large faculty, thorough courses of study. by placing them in the Live Oak
Pennsylvania ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models etc.
or New York from Florida car Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold de- -. Y Bank.OAK .

windows it would be fairer to look grees from the University of Chicago. Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth Columbia 1.-

upon than anything we can show here Toronto. Wake Forest, Louisville Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell.
University of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities. There LIVE
are over BANK 1.I
now. but it would mean that Florida
300000.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar 4 PER
held out no inducements to new settlers edowment; an endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel .. .. CENT 1XTEREST! PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS I

that she was built up her op- with costly furnishings. Including stained glass windows. 7 oil paintings. I lid JI!!: ::::3 I
portunities all taken, her population a 10000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed jj I i iI
Athletic Field running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and ,
dense and that this was no land for gridiron, besides swimming golf, rowing and other sports; separate build I accounts and vouchers to the
the man of moderate means to come ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics County ,i L. B. ROBERSON. A-BS1
to to find abundant raw resources of Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology; several large museums and shops; Judge of Suwannee County. Florida, !
electric lights electric bells steam heat, cement walks, shell at the
many kind which his energy and In- roads broad Court House of said County I ROBERSON & SMILL
avenues, spacious campus, shrubbery and trees; social, literary, musical '
telligence might convert into wealth. and other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian to be allowed as my anual settle-I I f}

The state is being Incessantly disparaged teaching. The location is beautiful and healthful, and the expensesare meats.

by these car-window experts, low. For catalogs, views and information address the President, FLORENCE M-F rOFeNEYS AT LAW,
LINCOLN HULLEY.: AJkL. Ph.D.. G. MILLS formerly
who come here and go back withoutone
DeLand, Florida. Florence G. Brlnso pi
Administratrix Will in State
intelligent idea of Florida and do\general\ practice
of Estate of Federal C0urtsUPSTAms .
her prodigious fertility and bewilder- Horace Brinson. n16-:..nROGERS'

ing variety of resources.. But if they I Roous 1 L [ ). L.tta'yr
these we
things should not have the phosphate fields worth hundredsof .
had sense enough to realize that they psoxs Ivo.19u.L
such a record of tourist asininity in millions the many forms of manu-
were in a new land whose chief LIVERWORT STar VE OAK. : FL.V \.
the,Northern papers when Florida is facturing enterprise the splendid
development was yet to come, that
the theme for tourist opinions in tobacco growing industry and other ADd CanchalaguaFor
the "white sand" they deride is prov-
print. One George Rowell has recently resources of both temperate and the complete
ing every year under intelligent culti- cure of Coughs
been writing about us up there torrid zones to be found in combIna- Colds Asthma Ferry seeds
vation that it is the finest fruit and and Brenchitis and
all aot as espedproi
and after looking: us over from the tion in no other state in the Union. are ti
trucking soil on earth and largely Lung complaints tending seat,bat with
to
car windows, his profound conclusion I Mr. Rowell is a monster a marvel a Consumption vatioa,they ssarrs sstceu Se
supplies the North with early fruits Liverwort Tar from the start. ricra ha7C
was that he could see "no source of miracle of presumptuous ignorance in and Wild Cherry ousts at piaatiag aoe
and vegetables that Florida is the have for at hwe+ta
wealth worth mentioning other than his estimate of Florida.and has shown ages maintained an e.t.ablished 1 atmeats
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richest state in the Union in the
lumber and tourists." He couldn'tsee himself a cheap and shallow Impres- reputation as a standard
versatility of her native resources, Cough
: the numberless orange groves sionist whose judgment on the ques- Remedy. it contains I Ifor
and they very fact that she is largelyas 1 no opium or
and other citrus fruits, the long tion is entirely worthless.ADMINISTRATRIX. harmful drug
tangled wilderness, unsightly can be given
yet a i with
staple cotton fields, the cattle ranges er.Pa'at
to look upon, is the strongest fac- safety to children. :Price ll.eo. btest,rarest, forOyeara.
Sold
the great areas in fruits and melons NOTICE. 3 ea7ers Fan+ sa.dregsest.
holds by druggists. b..d
tor in the inducements she out Williams' MTg 5 1707 .
and vegetables rapidly expandingevery Sixty days after the Co., free esD.
thrifty and industrious Immigrants first publication !Prop..
to j Cleveland. O, Sold .
bjthe tLM1CS.
-U. they had sense enough to realize year the commercial fishing; of this notice, I will present my.Suwannee Drug Store., GD.tro ,

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, From Friday's Daily. I y

Dr. Pasco ,and Cot Fred W. But BRflNFORD MERGflNTILJ\ GO

ler went over to Jasper yesterday to .
judges In one of the contests -=
act as DEALER IN
connected with the closing of the ,,JT I I S

jasper Normal Institute. They returned F- -
General!
this morning. Merchandise,


G. W. Dempsey of Ellaville, FURNITURE, COFFINS. ETC. S

,:,"".. of this county's old and reliable i
citizens and who at one time servedon

the board of county commissioners Gountry Produce Bought at Hlgh- 70 ALL WHO StJ'FER J'ROK
was In the city today and left Indigestion Biliousness Kidne7'

the'cash to pay for the Democrat to Troubles Rheumatism,Dyspepsia
. est 1 Market Prices.
triune 7. 1908. Mr. Dempsey says abridge v
Is badly needed across the Dr. Pepper's Mountain Herbs comes like the dawn of a new day-,
and lease life. Itisacaarant.ed
bringing a new healthy happy 09
and the tax
river at EllaYllle payers care containing neither alcohol; calomel nor met'C'W'J'-simply a
of that section of the county expect BRANFORD FLA. pure. natura!.vegetable remedy so cheap that it brings good health
to soon take steps to see If something within reach of all.
4 z. this line cannot be done. 180 Tab1.t. for 51.00. sus sold is 25. .nd e.0.=--- at aD
along ----------- i.latam.tiUa
dearer. or mailed dir.et fa pria. Wade foe alu
.1. Madison county. It is thought will

be willing to pay at least one-halt MOUNTAIN nZu CO.. KaozYUl-......

toward building this bridge.


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t J. B. JOHNSON, 0 O For Sale
by City Pharmacy.
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'" ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,

. .. LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
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1'p -Office 1" White Building- I / DSO ,

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t : Rees&Nood 'slob.2 la most houses there M a room withoet SIG i/
proper heating facilities-to nothing t
Law and Solicitors My
I': Attorneys at of chilly hallway Even though the 1 '
; la Equity heat of your store or furnace should be of,.a .s.ily*d ta&ar r.ooviz.d.D1.e.u I1a
,*. Will practice in all County. State ands inadequate to warm the whole house there Paln. la Ui. back and -_ -
courts.i need not be one cold spot if you have a lotn;.o.atyl11 ghly eol
Federal .. .
a* oral urtn.; 'Ument m +!/
Building on Howard St U. urtn ; pain to the .
Office in Rees neck of tb. bliwld; pallid 1have -
Live Oak, Florida PERFECTIONOil dry too ckln. II you
any o* all of the.o
n ymptom. your only
:-'4 cbano of roa-rory 1e laDR.

:: M. E. BROOME Heater JCcGEE'SBACKACKE

Attorney and Counselor at Law AND HXDNXYCUSS. u.

t- LIVE OAK, FLA.! (Equlppesl; wltfe Smokeless Device) j

\V ill practice in all the courts of the &will heat a room in no time_d will keel it warm and cozy. Operated Car Lnmbas o, Rheumatism
attention to con- as easily as a lamp and perfectly safe. Wick cannot be turned and Hright'.hare. We don't
ute. Special given too high or too low. Give no smoke or smell because fitted ask you to talc the ri k-U the ,., .m..a ;"
." ,collection of rents,etc. All with unique smokeless device. Can be carried about remedy doe*not em..yourmon
vesanees ey will be refunded I+on't wan : rtw.Ltt ets% \ ett
harness promptly attended to. which cannot be done with an ordinary stove. The another day. A bo.Ue at your I s+ we.a.sa.rsa Y ti
"... -Notary Public State at Large Perfectioa Oil Heater is superior to all other oil drfgf$t'-.malJ.wiacct large r '
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: heaters sad is aa onameat to any home. Made in atz-.91.00 c' .. l**
{; two fimche*-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beau
SS55sgJg3'Sa Pg$5 $sesSIt tifully embossed. Heidi four quarts of oil and bums
nine hours. Every heater warranted.. not at your
1 DR. L. M. DIXON, dealer's write nearest agency for descriptive circular
For Sale Live Oak
by
Drug
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g THE/C r '
It the**fest and best _
Lamp
\5 DENTIST. | ./XCayC? alt.t0aad household
9* T 1-1 lamp. Made of brass throughout
gORTODONTlA, CROWN AND BRIDGE<) and nickel-plated. Equipped with latest unproved
, g WORK, 6CRC1ALTIEa.M burner. Every lamp warranted. Aa ornament to any Company I 1.
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ANY

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: positions secured for grad- '
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s l duates ticulars.} Write and ask for par- i Furniture I will sell your Real Estate or

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\1 ,American School yf Live Stock for CASH or your
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[ ARE OFFERING Pianos

MILLINERYSavannah i BARGAINS IN. I! Merchandise, old ornew, and do


t Ga :t t and Organs : it quickly. '

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j Don't Fail to Give us a Call when in Live J
q "J. M. PRICE, M. D., White's
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Oak.
Sewing J. M. BAILEY
Machine
': PHYSICIAN :AND :SURGEON. |
The Best We have the stock to supply your every ,
r. in the Market *
OFFICE'PHONE ISO. wish. +

RESIDENCE'PHONE 132.Offioe I Easy Terms on Installment Purchases. i The Only Licensed Auctioneer in Suwannee County.

1 la Rear of Sowanee Drug Store +


i# ft.T Aadenoo.M.D G.R.Creekmore.U VI WILSON & THOMPSON, I

I Anderson &: Creckmere.y : FLORIDA $ .seSS8 i$8Sii8i8eiSi.98 eiiieei" '.
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LIVE OAK,
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jj. Physicians and Surgeons. t'. ...... t t t t t.tt, t i m 1111IJU j | 44 i i I I'll UUIU H* Live Oak Bottling WorksR.

U.. 0 k. Florid.

.* Office over J. C. Baisden's store. Office

\P fir Residence phone phones 40. 16 and 131. H. Holmes, Prop.



ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.' Manufacturers and bottlers of The Famous Suwannee -;;
SU first -
months after the publication
; of this notice I will present my Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brew, Peach ::

Ii l ; : tcounts and vouchers to the!County Mellow, Raspote and Ginal Lemon, Root Beer, Chocolate ;;

\ ;-''3&dge of Suwannee County,!County. Cream Soda, Sherry, Vanilla, Pesin Ola, and Fruit ;+;
.a. -. it the Court House of saldf .
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).. to. be allowed' and ask to be disehure4 LAST Tolo. :
FIRST AND
from further administration a Disi i
.fct said estateFf4RENCE. Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and

: G. MILLS 1 ormerlsFlorence tilled, my water pipe is connected with the large,Ice Factory 1 J

.. O. Brinson, Administratrixsl (fflHbbliP fi BUnwH *' vno.r Yr distillery.In .

,-Estate of Horace... Brinson I: n16-6m Mean $ $ made to all who every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date being operated by

KOTICE.is \.. In style Electrical power.
!tltiCt1ce? is hsreby given that the buy or wear them. Shoes", We are prepared to furnish these goods to all dealers in the state. ;;
Brand '
ti n1gned as administrate} of the ease and durability, Shield '
the mark of perfection. YOURS FOR BUSINESS
I ats of J. A. Adams deceased, will toe !
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ONLY
:,.,", *l Monday, the first day fof July. eOtD nY RGL.IABL.G MERCHANTS Works ;:

yOt, .Present his vouchers,\receipts M. C. KISER CO.. Manufacturers. Live Oak Bottling ;
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|* report of and for the :e of ATLANTA, CA.
A Adams deceased and ere-
; i apply for his final disch_ e as t R. H. HOLMES, Proprietor..
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\latoi the said estatJ .iic' ..

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1 Wagons, Dray: Wagons, Delivery lot of all purpose.: Anchor, Crawford, Ellis,'Brunt, Babcock, Tlson& > ::-

*' ffWagons Horses and :Mules at.1 Jones, Hackney, Sumners, and Wire-Wheel bad ,

;i = and}, Road Wagons :, : : lowest possible prices.. bearing Schacht Buggies

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JUPGK $SHAYIA ,SUSPENDED.Uroward of Equitywhich, In the guise of afarmers' one and one-quarter: to one and ,;

'andlaborers' eighths Inches .length, which
---- organization I

I ,Suspends Jacksonville Judge is.In: reality 'a part of Hearst's political fairly large bolls that open wide i.
are to p'lck. Some of
}'or Alleged Neglect ilfZluty.: machine, is fighting the Farm- easy
hybrids have been :bred in
ers' Co-operative Union, which is in
(Times-Union, June 7th.)
patches for several and
1
reality a union of farmers, pure and years "
Information was received here last tremendous fully selected also that at the
simple, with Politicalpossibilities.
I "night from Tallahassee that Cover--] .' Unable .to dominate ent time they reproduce i inearlf I 'f#
true to type, Some
; '.,, nor Broward bad issued an order suspending -j this vast and ,growing body. Hearst

,1 } .' ,from-office Judge Samuel T. through agents,; bas organized his selection is necessary ,before '

own ""Farmers! Society," varieties are' ready 'ror general l[ l[ [ [ I
Shaylor, of the criminal court of record vation, but .they give promise !,

i of Puval county. The American Society of Equity; Ing'of great value. The

-JUdge Shaylor Is_ given until June the Hearst <:pncej.I1.'tak in all classes -' started five years ago in the :
f. having a,vote or expecting to have > r
of
tS',. to show 'cause why he should not standard short-staple '
one. The Co-opera.t& Farmers' Increaae' the length of lint [
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be removed from office. i
I Union takes in none but 'farmers. At hybridization have yielded

1 t The suspension; of Judge 'Shaylor.is i Emporia the, organizers, recentlycame striking Yesults., som.. il
; said to'be based ,upon charges forwarded into head-on collision. Judge '
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.'I'I Two e'pertments--one. a ; ;
weete
last
the
to
governor ;; The _Fisk. representing the Farmers tion .firom; 'Rns .Big-Boll'. ; ;and !
tic 'alleging neglect x>f duty. :Union, and' former State Superintendent other 'from Jones Improved= I j i

The alleged. neglect set forth in Instruction Gaines
:of. stood yielded ,about n -fourth'inch I 1
the charges is due to the adjournment -
up before 'great gathering of farm- than the
parental strains
I|1
from time to time, of' the ,sessions ers and called each other liars and, other respects, the varieties do i!}1

,of the criminal' court of .record other choice names. Rivalry between appear to bee materially ., ...
:
r during: the .present term., the two organizations is most From the.tests thus,.Jar-made : <>

The present'term of court whichis II bitter and intense,- and between them varieties seem to .be as i ,

the. regular. April' term, has been, tleY"are gathering in every rote in the ordinary :short-staple, and

one ,of, the. most important, ,that has I I!' the state.. duce a fiber of much greater i

been held since the court was' estab- ,I The Hearst plan is systematic, and Limited quantities' of the seed
>
'lished. A larger number :of,Important -i!f i'f his agents, are building. up a power- these, two sorts, will be placed ; :

1 cases have been disposed of than i j j'I ful. machine. Every evening a stringof I co-operative' growers next;
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I ; during any previous term of the :' school house meetings are held at I trial and further: teed. ; ;
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4 d 1 Court I I which orators! and phonographs drone r*

r Since the-:trials of .the most im out speeches to the effect that the I Senator I
Depew chose a good
portant cases were concluded 'arguments -j I money power is holding in abject ject lately when he pointed out
were heard by Judge Shaylor [ serfdom the men of Kansas alsj '
1 I I we had been 9011' 10 years j
; on motions for:Jl9W trials In. a num-![I their women and children. Fiery,I 3
work that was carried on by +!
bee of cases: &iotions: for 'new, trials literature of the Hearst brand is Swiss government I I
I for 500
i several other cases have been widely, circulated. I j
|with the result\ that I
made, and from time to time the attorneys j I
i In order to check the Hearst move still a habitable and happy
of the defendants have I
appeared
ment the Farmers' Union has been i for: the Swiss,.and an o'j i :
"in courts with their clients
ready to"argue the motions wheneverthe : holding its meetings one night in I I I summer resort'for, the rest of
advance of the advertised Hearst !'Germany forestry as a
< judge should, be 'ready to hear: 1 I
gatherings. This has proven ye'ry. function Is hundreds of years old
,them. Other attorneys, who have already :
:' successful in Lyon county until Saturday -j i, in France it dates. back to Louis
: ", argued and submitted motions. I
when the rival factions met The latter country indeed has
E have been in attendance. to hear thecourt's ;j
: at the. court house and the clash
.' spent $l8,UOOOOO as part of
? ti ,ruling on their motions. came. C. A.. Walsh leading Hearst planting-operations which will r
'r :;
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Since the rlitnal'adJournment.,
,
boomer- of Iowa has been appealed' $24,000,000 before they are

after'the'' arguments in many cases on' to to lead the fight in Kansas for : Instead of spending $ ,

.motions' for new trials had been sub- the "Society of Equity;' and will probably planting in the Appalachian '

..4mitt, the, court,has been adjourned respond. we have preferred to lose that
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from time to time ftlt! the transaction i
The Farmers Union is chiefly a in damages by: floods caused by
; of any business whatever.:
Southern of those
movement very strong in very trees. That
Various days have been! 'set for the
.the South,and spreading in the west be just the total of the flood
'court to convene, and upon the court
: convened' but Hearst who is not popular In the along the Ohio. and Its tribut I
that '
being on particular 11
South, cannot control jt, hence his during the lasts four years.- (
day a. further adjournment has been
rival organization and the terribly ton Tribune.
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ordered. \
upset condition in Kansas.Impl"Ov .
i Thjjj charges'of, neglect of duty are }Female suffragists are just

said t6 be based upon these repeated A womeJ-and the plainer' they
x Cotton.In .
# .*adjournments: of the court. ng the more, they suffer.-

,' i Judge Shaylor will have an, op- a report*Just made public, Hon. Leader. :: \

i a .w"ortunity tom ke explanations ot James Wilson. secretary of Agriculture \ .. .

;-:: !&u .'charges :alleged for,the governor ,. states the investigation In the Piles! .Pilee:T ,! !Pile! (
'- given him, until June 15 to SUtb )- production of races of cotton having i
Williams Indian Pile
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7 ': answer to the. charges that i longer and better fiber are being con- '
*, _. will cure Blind; Bleeding and
been'Jil tinued 'along two lines (1) The i' :
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:,. '" R ', \ making and testing of hybrids,: between Piles. It absorbs the tuners 4l

'. .- KXIFIXG: THEM.'f ... various short-staple varieties" itching, at once, acts at a '

r.It and the' Sea Island or 10ng-' pTe cottons gives Instant relief.. Williams' !

Destroy Farmers* Unions and (2) the straight- selections Pile Ointment '. prepared felt
of certain short-staple varieties'-.Fi l ch and !teh'of the private parts.

t Because He. Can'tThem show a tendency 'to produce fair ly >. druggists, mail SOc and $

se u, '.:' ''
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long lint. William* Mamfacturtns C..,

Y June 6. WilUam A number of hybrids, have, ,'been 11: i "C1 Te1& 4. O. Bold by I

American Society secured having lint rangScgfrom Dra*'Co. 1

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f' Supplies such as'Paiats Oils VariisitesSasIipe8rs: } Blinds :| AL.ABASTINE beauty_of tt*wiEdeojraikns '1W t

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Screens, and etc In(;fact ;everything that '-comes- unr 4 _often a matter oltoowfaf ,

rt. : ,- how to tffie materials ihstaTeoftbemselveaveryeoaH
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{; t=< generous- portion ofvtfcis "k wr hew"" was need,in-it r-mai>
4. to BUILD or PAINT 'Itwill + ufacture.The'SanitaiyWallCbafir.
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Raleigh, Richmond,- Washington, .Baltimore' MACHINISTS BOILERMAKERS AND FOUNDERS M_, !'main reliaapa In ih"o prosecutI4-ef,*
Philadelphia and New York. |I Moyer and Haywood for the mat _
E MANUFACTURERS OF Castings in Iron, Brass and Bronze, rZZ ;of ex-Governoc Steunenberg. Hjpr .
Ei1 DAILY" Standard Gauge Lodging Cars:Phosphate Mine and Dredge :: far this disposition to incredlt!,t '
TWO ELEGflNT TRfilNS\( j E'- Machinery.Boiler =-=.\'may affect'' the men who :trill be
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Modern : Pullman : .Equipment.Jhe : 3:t'g ROBBINS & McGEHEE, Live Oak, Fla. = to invent and stick to anything be-'

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1 LIVK OAK MAX.Eloqueut panionable fellows in the whole always.: No man could ever get him i I! Haddock are appointed inspectors, } When you want a good meal, :"-
and C. H. Brinson, clerk.
world. into a wrangle with anybody. When -
Done by order of the Board of I call at -
Tribute to Joe hull lhot- But to the possibilities of pt.osi i Sumner tried to get him into one Public Instruction, this 4th day of :

I pLate mining in Polk county, answer j Mr. Lincoln merely laughed good- June, A. D. 1907. ;
|hate King \\ho Started Live this If 2 of 1 naturedly. I think that was one of E. R. WISE, Chairman. !
: per cent. 32,000 acres
tluk With Ve*t.I'ud..l.t Saw I produces 9,000,000 of dollars will i the secrets of the war president'sgreat J. E. WOOD Sec'y and Supt. i iI I MANKER'S RESTAURANT[ l lOpposit

Mill.Albertu 32iJ( \) acres produce 180,000,000 of influence and success. He con-

trolled himself, and therefore con- COPY OK ORDER FOR FUIJLICATION. :
Vogt the man who first +dol !.rs? The Prairie Pebble Phosphate -

Company has in all of its pits trolled other men. Though he did Union Shed. Good ser
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the wealth of
recognized phosphate In The Third Judicial Circuit Court i
: not yield to Sumner, the latter had
now being mined, 171 1-5 acres. Of in and For Sunannee County, Flor
Florida. rites to the Tampa News I !
I this, 11 1-5 acres are uncovered rock : more to do with the emancipation Ida.State. vice guaranteed.
from Lakeland about that great industry !
proclamation than any other man of Florida )
. i : yet to be mined. The eight mines of i iI

i and in hU article describes a I ti.e company average 21 2-5 acres i iI III save the president." !1 Suwannee D. 11. Wilson County., ) ) CHAS. MANKER. Prop. i-

former Live Oak man who is now each. Col. Hull or his company own' I II Plaintiff, )

on Easy street, as follows" : l I in fee s\nple 32,000 acres of care-:I- Colic and Pianfux-a. I: vs. )Civil Action by At- ;-"-'--

fully prospected phosphate lands. rains in the stomach, colic and J. ,V. Hosford, ) tachment. #
"In every village and city in the I > >8 8>84> < i4> 84 .9gee lt
Say 500,000 tons per year has been I t t* arr. cea are quickly relieved by the 1 1i Defendant. ) I
I United States there are brokers selling Whereas, D. H. Wilson, as plaintiffin y,:
I ta ?n out as the gross tonnage, in 1 i ute ox Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera : said cause has obtained an attach- =
stocksof
mining
stock in western 18 years by Joe Hull and his prede- and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by ment out of the above named Court I SCIENTIFICAND 4

every kind of metal mining com- cessors, or 300 tons per day of 313 !I Barclay & Groover, and all drug- : issued on, to-wit: 31st day of

: pany There is not a metal mining working days per annum. Or 5,534' gists. I: 1907 against the estate of the MaY'1
. defendant, J. W. Hosford,
days X $3.00 4980600. It is
in outside of the United
company or i : tachment has been levied upon
Stats anywhere in the whole world safe to say no day is passed with an The enemies of Hearst are smoothing : following described property of the I I

output of less than 900 to 1,100 tons, the way for him to build his independence defendant, to-wit: One-eighth undivided .

whose stocks or bonds are as valuable at $4.25 the ton(the market is $5). league into a somewhat interest in and to that land lying i
In earning capacity as are the stocks ,and being in the County of Suwannee, ;' ARTISTICHorseshoeing
the daily output equals 1,000 tons.
formidable national action.
party or :
t in Florida. I : and State of Florida, and more particularly -I
of
any phosphate company
and the cash sales $4,250 the day.
They are concluding that Rooseveltand 1 I described as follows, to-wit:
Young men from the country and the The cost of the output per ton is Bryan are both too radical and South half of the northwest quarter I
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cities Quit their homes in both North $1.25 the per diem profit is $3,000. that it will be "necessary for both the i I and the northeast quarter of the.
and South and rush into the West Can or has any gold or diamond or ,southwest quarter of section four (4),
and up to frozen Klondike to seek great parties to choose their candidates i I township five (5), south of range I
other mine since the ships of Solomon
fortunes. Thee are to be commis- among their more conservative fifteen J15), east; said property held
went to sea, equaled one of in
common with A. T. Hosford of said
of Intelli- statesmen. Let them do so, and
erated ouths. For lack I
} these Florida phosphate mines? county; for the sum of one hundred
gent information they do these ill-ad Young men and the uninformed Hearstism will receive a boom which I and twenty-four ($124.60) dollars

vised things or pilgrimages.As its promoters could not have confer- founded on a promissory note. Whereas CALL ON
hoipolloi put their cash into Westernand It appearing from affidavit
red upon it in a thousand ) that
an object lesson we will take the Klondike gold mines. The Stand- 'ears.-I the said defendant is absconding, con-

life of only one man. a Floridian, too. ard Oil Company the Atlantic Coast Times-Union. I II II I cealing himself and that he residesout Jas. A. Neal

And my only reason for doing this is Line people, and very many other I of the limits of the State of Flor- ,
IH Not Neglect the Cliildren.At ida; it is, therefore, ordered that the
because only last week" I was reading domestic and foreign capitalists, and 1
said defendant '
J. V. Hosford
and
I in that greatest of American Indus- Joe Hull are putting their surplus this season of the year the first! other persons who are interested are At Geo. Davis Blacksmith

, trial Journals the Manufacturers' cash, time and energies into Florida unnatural looseness of a child's I hereby required to appear to the ac-

Record of Baltimore land its columns phosphates." bowels should have immediate atten- tion on the fifth day of August, 1907 Shop

are ever open to me), about the iron tion. The best thing that can be the same being the Rule Day of the
I said Court, at the office of the Clerkof .
I Industries of the South, and especially given Is Chamberlain's Colic Choleraand the -
said Court at the Court Houseof
of Alabama. I tia.a lot about = Tfttcr Cured.A Diarrhoea Remedy followed by the said County, at Live Oak, All work carefully done and '

Sam Noble and De Bardaleben, and lady customer of ours had suffered castor oil as directed with each bot- Florida. Unless you so appear,

others, but no word" of the Florida I with tetter for two or three tle of the remedy. For sale by Bar- judgment will be rendered against guaranteedWe
clay & and you and jour property sold for debt.
Groover all druggists.
Industry. w
phosphate years It got so bad on her hands It Is further ordered that this order

Do you know Joe Hull? He was I that she could not attend to her -- be published once a week for two
NOTICE OF ELECTION. solicit patronageR.
born in Florida, and raised here too. household duties. One box of Cham- months immediately preceding said your
Notice is hereby given that an elec- day, in the Suwannee
He used to own and operate a vest- berlain's Salve cured 1 er. Chamber tion for the of Democrat, a 00 lore "i..000 "".I'h'fl""t 4e
purpose determining weekly newspaper published In said
pocket taw mill up in Live Oak. Fla. lain's medicines give splendid satis- whether or not a Special Tax School County and State.

T Then he was in the cotton business faction in this community. H. District to be known. as Rixford Witness my hand and seal of said

i at Savannah where by the goodnessof Rodney & Co.. Almond, Ala., Cham- Sj cial Tax School District shall be Court this 31st day of May, 1907. H. LOVIER
established with boundaries as follows (Seal) J. W. .
his heart and his inability to say berlain's medicines are for sale by BRYSON, ,
: Commencing at the southwest Clerk of the Circuit Court
"no" to his friends, he was as poor Barclay & Groover, and all drug- corner of Section 11, Township 2, Su\\"annee County Florida.

as a nigger's dog-and as faithfuL gists. w* south of Range 13 east running from W. H. WILSON,
thence north one-half mile on section Attorney for
Have you ever been out to Prairie Plaintiff. 6-7-2mo
line; hence west one mile to section
Pebble to see the modern mines Lincoln and Summer. line; thence north one-half mile to

tfere No9 Well you ought to go. s:....:uon line; thence west one mile to
I (Washington Post.) | southwest corner of Section NOTICE-FIIEE
The place is lots more modern than 4; thence DEALER.To .
"Abraham Lincoln was about the 1: north three miles to nortbwest corner tpwV'.e.PRACTICAL .
lots of cities- electric lights water I !of Section 2S, Township 1. south of whom it Lay concern:
works, and modern homes. The elec- only man with whom Senator Chas. Range 13 east; thence east one mileto
Take
tric plant and trolley car system and ji Sumner could not quarrel," said T. section! line; thence north along notice that I, L. M. Davis a

works cost $7 0.GOO, and Joe Hull in R. Tinker of North Adams, Mass., I'-ection line to Suwannee river; married woman, the wife of J. E !
;\ Mr. Tinker was a delegate to the I thence eastward along the Suwannee Davis,
a resident
person Is the engineer who with his I river to section line between Sections of Live Oak Suwan- j
Cracker brains and intrusive first convention in 1 S60, and was and 22. nee County
rugged Township 1. south of Florida, will, on Tuesday
energy and organizing genius devised i|collector of customs for many years 1:1 : 1 4 east; thence south to town the 17th WATCIiliKEP.
day of !'
and perfected the entire system and i I in the Old Bay State. He knew line thence west on township June. A. D. 1907
Lincoln Grant and the leaders of I lire on -half mile; thence south one make application to the Hon. B. H.I|
I seriouslquetion; if te can set
yet I mile
tie war time well. In that day he to section line; thence west onhalf Palmer Judge of the Third Judicial i j Over thirty years exper
up a transit or even level a compass. mile to section line; thence south Circuit
I was known as the "boss of the mile tbe'lceest of the State of Florida
But when it comes down to business one ; one-half mile: at
count Joe Hull on all of the fingersof i Hoosac tunnel" which, in his state, thence soutn one-half mile; thence Lake City Florida, for a license to ience. All work guaranteedR.

'meant that he was the Mark Hanna. west one mile and one-half to ranfeline manage take charge of and control I
both of hands andou'll fail
jour between Ranges 13 and 14: my property, and to i H. LOVIER
to reckon half of them even then. I "Sumner was quite irascible and I erce north along range line one dealer become a free
in
In business hours he is gruff and to even domineering," said Mr. Tinker. I '-alf mile; thence west two miles to every respect. L. M. DAM: LIVE OAK. FLORIDA-

tie point even to abruptness but in "He was a great scholar and really -outhwest corner of Section 11. REES & WOOD, ----
Township two south of Range 13 east Solicitors for APPlicant. w5174t'faflSks ---- -- -
rush of the statesman, to be sure but be bad SIUU'
the evening when the a to point of beginning; and for the L. E. RORCKSON. A- B

day's business is over sitting on the a temper which he showed on oc- I nurpose of electing three trustees of I SMALL
wide veranda of his spacious bunga- casions. He liked to have his own the said district; and for the further R OBERSON & ,

low and watching two" solid and per- t I way about things. He wanted to purpose of determining the maximum .Nc.o. ,SurriEj and !farness
I number of mills tax to be levied for AT YARYIACTYRR..
petual streams of gold-value phosphate I 1 have his own way with Lincoln in the use of public free schools with- G ._ .. 12 fntCL..... ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW,
pebble going at the average regard to the conduct of the war, and i I In such district: said election will be L. ..,... Q..fiv.ter. an4

rate of 900 to 1,100 tons per day into often grew wrathy at his failure to held at the Rixford School house on r DuuiIItF.,.12S..M w.N IOU tfI Will do general practice IB State

have that I j Saturday, the 29th day of June, A. D. .,.1Iaa7. ..... Federal Courts.
his dry bins. Joe Hull in a reminis- way. j I 1907. I'_.'... ataIeK l/.,5 L P'q.'- OarDohs BOH-0*

cent mood. Is one of the most com-I "But Lincoln was mild-raanered: J. T. Ward, J. O. Oliver and J. L. F.....C..JH-271 ____ ...: Ga. ROOMS I AMD 3 PHONE tUP-STAIRs No)i.190.I.EWIJI;

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making report f699P4 0AO A r9 t it i 988" '.i99" '." " '
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T. McARTHUR Vice-President B. A. McARTHUR Gen'L Manager
I Section ,
Following Is the pension bill passed 9. All sums required for !

by the legislature which has Just the payment of pensions to applicants ",'

adjourned and which provides aid under the provisions of tbls I

for all veteran over the age of sixty I act shall be paid by warrants draw i

years: by the competroller on the treasureof I SEA ISLAND COTTON GIN CON 21

A bill to be entitled an act creating the state In favor of the applicant ,

a state board of pensions defining for the sum which he or she may be I

who shall receive pension, entitled, out of any moneys In the I

shall be retained as pensioners hoi treasury of the state In favor of the I VIDALIA GA., U. S. A. --;_

applications shall be made how pensions applicant not otherwise appropriated I

shall be paid, duty of count Section 10. The county commissioners -

commissioners in regard to pensions of each county shall at leas Maunfacturer of the Famous Foss Double-Roller

providing for the levy of a pension; once In each year examine the pension -

ant authorizing the state boar rolls of their respective countie
tax SEA ISLAND COTTON GIN i-
of pensions: t.) make regulations to and ascertain whether or not any

carr Into effect the provisions of person on said pension roll should be .1

this act. dropped from same by reason of not The Most Durable Most Lint *
Rapid and the Most Perfect Preserving
Ite it enacted bj the legislature of being entitled to draw said pensioi ,

the State of Florida: under the provisions of this act and Gin on the Market |

Section 1. That the governo: make repore of their findings to the

comptroller and the treasurer of thi; state board of pensions, who an Guaranteed to gin 4 to 6 Bales a Day at Ordinary Speed. Has Ginned |

constituted the state hereby authorized to drop such
state are hereby persons -
Many Twenty-One in Three Days. y
as as
from
the
bourd of pensions.:: list, if in their Judgment -

Section :. Any person who enlisted the same should be done. i
and served in the military or Section 11. The state board of: Foss Double-Roller Gins Require but Little More Power and no More

the naval forces of the Confederate pensions shall forward to each pen Labor than other Gins.

state or of this: state, including horn sioner a certificate that he is entitle !

guards and reserves during the wa to draw a pension which shall b<. Built to stand, and are used by the leading Ginners in Georgia, Florida 1

between the states of the United prima facie evidence to the clerk o:

States, and did not desert the Confederate the circuit court or any officer of; and South Carolina. ;

or state service, and wh the county. CATALOGUES .
WRITE FOR AND PRICES
was a bona fide citizen continuously I Section 12. There shall annually- .

for ten years prior to date and filing: I be assessed and collected a tax of; I

of the application for pension, and I 4 mills per dollar on all property liable -

who is over the age of sixty year i to assessment, which shall constitute i I SEA ISLAND COTTON GIN CO. J Jwhich ;

., at the date of application shall receive i a fund for the payment of pensioners I

one hundred dollars per annun, the proceeds of which shall

in quarterly payments; all other persons be t applied to the payment of pen ; ,

who lost a limb or limbs, an eye nons. eu. s"U88f.

.' or who are permanently disabled by I Section 13. That from and after

reason of wounds or disease to gain : the passage of this act It shall be -- ----

a livelihood by manuel labor shall lawful for pensioners of this state to appeared in your columns of
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; have their vouchers and a few days ago relative to their pros- -
, be entitled to receive each per an- approved 4
num in quarterly payments, the following signed by either clerks of the circuit pective candidacy for the governor-

amounts, tow It: ourt or by notaries public or any ship of this fair state of sunshine,

r( For total loss: of sight $ISO; loss ther officer authorized by law to administer flowers, orange bowers and other *wrr1i'

of one eye. $100; loss of a foot or oaths having a seal. good and beautiful things too num-

$125 loss Section 14. The state board of erous to mention. But above all the
loss of a hand ;
L leg $125; }
of both hands $150; loss of both ensions shall prescribe the rules good things we have, the people are DIAMOND BRAND.

', feet. $150; personal injuries, disease and regulations for the carrying outof fonder of these two noble, stalwart r .

: the is un- the provisions of the pension lawsf scions of the old true and tried Democracy ,.
whereby person
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livelihood as shownby > this state, see that laws are complied trimmed of the numerous frills j
able to earn a :
affidavit of a reputable physician, with and shall make reports and furbelows which have been addedto 1J 1.

( and recommendations to the governorit it at recent years, than any others.
$150. specialty factories each
our seven
widows of de- least thirty das befere the meetIng been in
Section 3. The any These men have "weighed
of the legislature.Said grade: of sLoe is a standard of excellencefor
sailor who enlistedand esteemed friend
ceased soldier or the balances, as our ,
board shall make rules and otter grades. Like machine each
served in the military or naval Hon. W. A. Tison, would say, and a
States or regulations for the conduct of their t &partmznt do its work right
I. service of the Confederate have not been found wanting. Theyare >t own

of this state Including home guardsand business as they may deem proper, true friends of the horny handed i, and in perfect harmony with every
tot in conflict with th espirit and -
reserves, during the war, between purpose ons of toil with an eye single to duty F = other part.

the states of the United States of the pension laws. They may and the best interests: of the people Our shoes for mechanics combine zw
1 >
employ a clerk at a salary not exceeding -
and did not desert the Confederate They have no drainage, insurance
five hundred dollars per annum engineerover It -_ tie neat snappy style that is wanted
other schemes to
hundred or pet
in quarterly payable quarterly out of the with quality of leather that assures
t dollars per annum the rough: seas of legislation,
tate treasury on the certificate of and the is .
long price right.JY
r payments; Provided such widow was and no editors to keep out of jail wear--
the chairman of the said board.
lawfully married to said soldier or that they may have them at their

; sailor ten )ears prior to the filing of Section 15.' That all laws and "beck and call" to aid them in coerc- ANOTHER DEALER IF VOWS HASlft THEM. i
and has arts of laws In conflict with the provisions r
f7
said application for pension ing and otherwise influence men their MAKERS
of this act be and are hereby
in this state ten
I continuously resided way of thinking.

years previous to making application. epealed. They neither one belong to corporations WQ4 u1
Section 16. That this act shall
deceased
And the widow of a
or corporation interests, but -} WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN
at the time of his ake effect upon Its approval by the s
who J
person was at the same time are built of the ma- .ANY OTHER MOU/E .,
death drawing a pension from this overnor. terial which at all times would enable < IN Tne :y_ I

state shall be granted a widow's pen them in all fairness to "render unto WEST
Man His Own IHnrtor.
of her Every
lion satisfactory proof "
upon afford U Ceasar that which belongs to Ceasar,
cannot
marriage, her residence In the state The average man ,
for slight let him be a little or a big Ceasar. ,
f and the death of her husband, and employ a physician every whom the .
that occur in They are both gentlemen
injury may
ailment
or
shall not be required to make and additional humblest citizen could approach, and :NOTICE OF ..li'1'LICATIOFOR mands against the estate of HoraceF.
his family, nor can be afford to neglect -
proof of her husband's service who would treat such citizen with as LETTElli OF AIWIMJsTKTIOV I Dexter, late of Suwannee county,
them, as so slight an injury a-.i
but any widow of a deceased deceased, are hereby called upon to
at the capital or in thegovernor's the
the scratch of a pin has been knownto much courtesy Notice is hereby given that
ti person who would have been entitledto mansion mid the splendorof I resent the fame to the undersign
,shall cause the loss of a limb. Hence undersigned will, after four weeks'
a pension under this act as within two years from date, as r*-
make would the II very man must from necessity be bioS the most fashionable gathering > publication of this notice, apply to
proof as person law.
by
luired
own doctor for this class of ailments. they would in the commonest cabin in Hon J. N. Conner, County Jude of .
living. LIZZIE DEXTER,
Success often depends upon prompt tl e state. Suwannee County Florida, for lettersof
, Section 4. No person receiving a RUBY DEXTER,
treatment, which can only be had Judge Palmer, with Blackstone administration upon the estate of
.
pension from the United States or Execu trlxe"
when suitable medicines are kept at under one arm and his beloved banjo W. T_ Mitchell, deceased, late of Su-
from any other state shall be entitled Mar ::4, .307. mSI-
hand. Chamberlain's Remedies have under the other and the muckly be- annee County Florida; J. H. New-
this act.
to a pension under
been in the market for many years l'>ve.l parson with his plow-shares in Ian deceased, late of Suwannee ------
Section 5. Persons drawing pensions
under previous acts of tbe leg- and enjoy a good reputation. '>ne band and his book of holy writ in County Florida having been the I (;('.\H1tI.\X >OT CE.

UUtare of Florida are retained and Chamberlain's Colic Cholera 'and tTe o'ber stumping the state in an ; legally appointed and qualified administer Notice Is hereby giT"n that

Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com- adorable and gentlemanly mannerfor of said estate and having I sixty days after the first publicationof
entitled to the benefits of this act.
r, laints.Chamberlain's. the high and honorable position of I died on the 5th day of April, A. D. this notice, I, as guardian of, and
Section S. The payment of the for the estate of Raffle Louise Stripling -
of said
Cough Remedy for would make things interesting 1&07 before final settlement
sew claims shall be made from the overnor. t minor, will make my annual
NEWLAN.LESLIE
date of the filing of the application coughs, colds, croup and whooping to say the least of it. estate. \S'. A repor. and vouchers of said Guardianship -
would & LAMB, Honorable J N Con
U ough. Either man, asOU say to the "
the The applicant
pension office Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an antiseptic official who would be a Attorneys for W. A. New Ian m10St.1I)11NiSTiUTOlt't ; nor, County Judge, at his office In the
tall make oath before an officer authorized bruises, make an 'city of Live Oak Florida, and will at
) for cuts, state of Florida,
liniment
to administer oaths and use credit to the great said time ask for a final dischargefrom

seal stating the company in which" urns, sprains, swelling, lame back but In my opinion It would be a ;; NOTICE I, said guardianship
and rheumatic pains.Chamberlain's the citizens tribunal J. X. STRIPLING
*.enlisted of expiration before
date and cause case
Liver I' Ha3ie Louise Stripling.
Stomach and to take the and l.ega- Guardian for
whether
of his service, citizenship and hard to decide, Notice Is hereby given
for constipation, biliousness! and all _
rlhta to benefits of this act. Tablets jurist or the minister. tees. Distributees. Creditors ..

He shall furnish the affidavit of a and stomach troubles.Chamberlain's Salve. for diseases of I AN ADMIRER OF BOTH. I other persons! having claims or de- I' Etecutrs otlce. -

commissioned officer of two the Estate or Jackson
or any mands against
I creditors
\
tbe skin. Legatees, districuteea, ;#
soldiers with whom he has served, five WilHa.ns Kidney Till. late of Suwannee County. -
of each of these Cannon having claimsor
One bottle I and; all other persons
Or tat of
a
affidavit 1
of the adjutant
will present
For
deceased
but $1.25. Kidneys Florida, now ;
Clomp of United Confederate Veterans preparations costs Have you neglected your : demands against the estate of L.
all
of sale by Barclay & Groover, and nervous the said claim or demand to me duly ;: late of Suwannee
any two good citizens of hisaottaty I w* Have you overworked your : K Kimmerlin. deceased,

shoving that he rendered the : druggists. system and caused trouble with your proven, within two years from first :, County, Florida, wil present

****** or 1s a member In good stand- BOTH. kidneys and bladder Have you painsin publication of this note, or this notice : the came to me duly proven within

|*I U a tamp of United Confederate A1))I1KK > THEM and bladIder' will be plead In bar of same. insertion of
loins, side back, groins one year from the first
Tetanus I
i JESSE N CANNON,
H. II. Palmer or Hon. Have you a flabby appearancei this notice, or this notice will be
*. Would Slake Good face, especially pleaded in bar of allowance of ti-
F. Kogerx
I In. 1: the :
of the county In which i i with Will annexed. m%:9-4t I
applicant resides shall Investi- : (Jov rniur. with no eye; ? Too frequent a desire to pass Cannon I same out of the funds of said estate.

.
j
late all this act I Editor Democrat:-It was Williams' Kidney Pills
claims made under
that the i i urine? If so. \V. J. HILLMAN
and small degree of pleasure Druggist Price 50c.Williams' i
report as
upon the application you-at I Xvtice.
of will cure
and admiring friends Props Executor of the last Will and Testa-
Co.,
W6 I
ether warm
Manufacturing
applied
or not the pension many legatees, distributers
far talented and able jurist. SuwanneeDrug I All creditors. ment of L. K. Klmmerl1l1.THE .
mil be granted. : both the Cleveland O. Sold by having claims or de-
and the Hon. W1" J.nd all persons
Palmer
won. The Ctate Board of Fudge B. H. squib. Store. ,
little
read the
Deatloas Iball furnish annually suit lobt. F. Rogers


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IB +"' S: 1s' D F51 IUTJIUDAY, :


1 award under the report of the Notice ---j-
the
From Saturday's Daily was on the 23rd of June 1903. The j
1 SLocal "Hews special master previously appointed.
The Live Oak Telephone Company complainants then again sought from The meeting of the Fanners'
I of Geor- .-
the state
to To lumbermen In Co y :
+ have purchased a new central outfitof the court in Macon an injunction to ty Union has been '
changed
Rutherford of LuraTille. is restrain the enforcement of the ratespending gia alone the refunding, according from j jr
II. E. the very latest modeL The central will 4tH to July llth
lumbermen's attorneys at daylaad '
among the visitors In the city today. office will be moved tonight from the action of the commis the na.

sion. amount to more,..than 1000000. E.RWISEPres.Co.UnIoa.Live ..?,
the old quarters in the Baisden to the .

1rs. Luke Howell and Mrs. Orbie new offices in the Dowling building. It is probably true that no case involving -

Tucker. of Newberry, are guests of rights of I -
The new central outfit is equippedwith such Important

i Col. Ira Carter and family this week. every modern deTice for giving both shippers and railroads have ever Oak & Gulf
Perry R. j
I perfect service. The different col- been heretofore decided in a Southern -I. C.
.
of
H. S. HarrelL our supervisor ored lights will indicate when the state since the Interstate Com-
,
r registration is in town today on Schedule Effective May 19. 1907. ,=
persons are talking and when they merce law went into effect. I 5wE37

business and to attend the Broughton have finished and receiver is hungup The full opinion of the supreme }
.:
meetings. again and many other devices court is not reached here. The prin- HOL'N7D ZAIIT IIOUJfD' ---
I ii ASS ct.wss lar: ct.ase d
which will be spoken of later when cipal points sustained however are: Frt. and Mail+ 6c1'assen'ter.
Leroy N. Pearce. of LuraTille is I Pass- p- ter I d
the offices In- of
new are completely 1. The original jurisdiction .zNQ.l"

a business visitor to Live Oak J stalled. In moving tonight the ser- the circuit court to hear the com- NQ.5. No. So Na L t 15 Na!:-_:sJ'h.' 1't411' :1
SuDdQ Daib' ex. Daily
and Is registered at the EtheL _
I vice will be suspended for just as plaint of the shipper against exces- DaiI7. Only Sunda- .ex. Sunk pejj ; end 1!_ Ri.'>

short time as possible andwill not In- sive rates. A. M.. P Me P. Me P' 3[. P. 1f_ A. 4L'';i
E. R. Wise county organizer of ArriY
Leave Les.e Leaves I Arm.
convenience any one to any degree S. The power of that court to 00 Z W Z :0 ..__.._Live Oak-_.__........l sl I s Goy Arri\-e: J
I"GI
the Farmers' Union, went down to I tbe new outfit making this quick 8 1 Z 18 3 00!...______ .._._......_..... : II 44, lias; "
441
Pinemount this morning where be compel restitution to the shipper of a S Z 22 S O7 ....._____Mercer.....- -...........! 3 : .of JIlt. #:
change possible. Mr. Lyons is very excessive rates IS YS Z' S IS .......-.--PlatL.-....__.......I 3 :I 5 II" ..::".
will organize a local union tonight.V the amount of such 8 u Z U S 31'......_.__ Lancaster---......., 3 3t b :>t.( a D A. ;,
enthusiastic in giving the people of thus exacted.Lt'3llEIMFN. Ar 8 40 Ar Z 40 Ar 340 ........_DuwIDIr Park _"._'._..... ,1. bLv 2Ofr. i .6
Live Oak the best possible telephone 8 4S.L. 4 4S.L. a OO!.:..___ Duwliq Park _.._..'...m. L. 3 Zs 5 2@I LY :
\ A. Rye, of Lanier, came up on 8 a 4 a 05 .. _._......_Chance) -a.--.-..-...... Ar 3 191' 10'Ar 9 It h.U i 2S :"...:'
service. 8 t91} 4 i1 4 10 ..... _laro JUDdion........._...... 3131, 5 o7J '. -
ILUCK. a =
tie Florida Railway this morningand 5031.
a 9 9o s b 00" -...-..--._....DaJ'__._...........__.... 3116'a tOOL y 9 '. ..
00f
is transacting business in the '.
IMPGKTAXT LVMUHIt DECISION' 9 iii 506 43S---------------Silo..__......_.......... a 3ei 54'Ar : _: "
:: "'f.
city today. Big Victory Over RailroadsV ill 9 16 5 10 4 to...._.-._._.-...Tcnm eDd....................__. 256 460,, IiOI -
ass 51 0 ....9 _. __.,... _Smith ..........._.........? Y 434k 4GI 111._

From Friday' Daily. Hy Federal Court in Which All Florida Bring Millions to Them.St. 9 9 asl asI ,5'm 5 : 35 15 I:::=::::=.Feaholioway.....Perry__.=:::::::::::::::: i 4 4is 1 : Gal '. .

Mrs. \\. II. Sealey. of Dowling Mill )It"nI't.." IlIte .ted. ( Louis Globe-Democrat.) Ar18 05 Ar 420 Ar 5 ,,,,,_,_,- 5prina._.......... Lv200'L 3 f>> 70 L. 115 71ir!
p. M. P. Me A. Me P. 'L 1LA.
I x.'
Valdosta Ga. June 6.) Manufacturers and handlers of I : u
Fark, Is up to attend the Broughton ( ( ) Times '.;
the annual -
meetings this ..eek.S. Possibly the most Important case southern pine lumber, MAYO AND ALTOS nu.-\XCH. ...:-.'"
production of which amounts to more
to Southern interests decided for a
-
E. Townsend formerly of Live long time was the case of Tift et al than 10000000.000 feet or fully WEST BOUNl EAST BOUND :

Oak and now residing at Starke. against the Southern Railway Company one-third of the total lumber outputof }:

a was a visitor to the city yesterday and other railroads banded the United States, are keenly in- Fri Paea A Fri Pasa.A IPa aea Passea Frt 'I FrL Pa.e. p :
'I irer
terested in the two decisions of the I Paaa. j I Paae.' 1 terNa ... .
and was registered at the Ethel. down by the supreme court on jester ',
United States court relative I 7. Na 9. Nw 11. NQ.I3. No Na: ;
q
Jay. supreme Daily I Daily I Sunday Sunday Dad 8.// N-14.Ne./
to the celebratedcent advance in ei.Su Only Only ex. ,I IDail) jS! Ida.TSBdIr
.
e1.5uII.I
number of ladles Sus.exSuai
Quite a 011I7
( young The complaints were, not as stated I i
yellow pine freight rates establishedby A. u.I I P. M. A. M. P. M.. ; r i _
who have been students at the Jasper elsewhere the Interstate Commerce Leave I Leave Leave Leave. Armre A. i P. M. PA. .I' r\7T

Normal Institute. passed through number of the southern railroads in 1903 9 061 4 40i 9 40 530 ...._.........MayOJUDCtioD...... ........ 1581! Arrive Arrive. i AmU '
Commission but a large and ever since enforced In the trans- 9 22 I 4 56! 9 sa i 43 ..................,....Clark................... I 7391 2 3 66 43J g S.t' 15
this morning enroute home from manufacturers of yellow pine lumber, 9 32!! 5 061 10 03 53 .-Peterson. 1 727J g .
I : ::::::::::::::.:::... :: ::: 2 33j 833 15 .
portation charges from the south on 9 Fib s :3 8 10 15ArlO 05i I .Maya.-: ::::::::::: s 15. .
s'hoot. who entered into a voluntary agree- 06.Ar 5 40'Arl 25 6 15 .....................Alton ........ .. ..... Lv 1 oo.Li Z 2 29! 8 3 IM
that kind of lumber. 161 Lv S >>r.v f Y. .
ipent. calle.1 tie Georgia Sawmill Aiooiation. *- .

Several of the Live Oak people Among these are H. I:. Coati Collected 10000000. Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to
from Live Oak and Perry. For further information
as to connections oti
have been attending parts of the rut. "-. S. West J. Lee Ensign J. It is estimated that tbe originating lines call on any ticket agent. Trains makes connection at Live Oak with with at _

commencement exercises of the Jas- S. netts & Co., Carbr.tt Lumber lines for southern pine have collected Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.J. '

?er Normal Institute this week. They Alabama Lumber Company LEE ENSIGN, President. K. P. HOPKINS
Company. Traffi
M :
l in overcharges under this ad- ua.-er..,: ,
report that the exercises were fine the Southern Pine Company, vanced rate, now declared by the S. T. (JKIMSHAAV. Superintendent. :.

aad the school has had a most successful and all the other members of tie
supreme court to be illegal, from
t year. Georgia Sawmill Association. The 110'JOO.OOO to $12.000,000. all .

defendants are the Georgia Southernand of wItch, under the logic of the decisions FLORIDA RAILWAY -
Misses Bullock Flossie Byrd and
Florida Co. Southern
Railway .
is recoverable at the hands of Jfi'- .
Maude Creekmore returned from r'lway Company Central of Geor- SCHEDULE. :i. 1
Jacksonville today. where they have gia Railway Company Macon and those who paid the freight and for CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. ANSI A. C. L. RY AT LIVE OAK. _';,. :::.

been the repayment of a considerable partof .uP- ;' --- ---- '
for tbe few
past days attending DOW .
CEN'1tAL
Birmingham Railway Company: TIM" ;;;
which the railroads bond in DNo. .
the gave
state association of the B.
Xash>ille. Chattanooga and St. Louis
Y P. U They were delegates from Railroad Company and the South- the course of appealing the issue I 5 Na L I i
Live Oak church. from the United States circuit courtsto 4ixedFtt Mail Na' ;
eastern Freight Association.The DatI and ( Mail E
) 1"-
tbe United States court of appeals Except E X_ STATION ud

W. S. Gamble who has just completed bill was filed on the 17th cf restitution, of course, being condi- Sunday. Daily. 'I Expreaa-1- f farl 8yat, '

I 1 a commercial course in the .April 1903. The averments in brief tioned on their losing in the long .- ... _
1 are that the defendant companies had
| r| Southern Business College left Wednesday run. 130. m l30pmL. Liv.. oak_ ..... .. '
published and were immediately to --Ar.I IO so a a 54+,. .,
for Mulberry, where he has Ames E. Gatewood associate edi- '"
'\ 1M. m .pmL. +_.....-.Porter !
put Into effect an increase of two LY'I030. ,
.
o i.! ,
accepted a lucrative position with tor of the St. Louis Lumberman 3 I
cents a hundred pounds* in the rate 8 05 a 81 354 p m{1'. StokJe......--.---- ...
Mr. E. W. Ellis one of the leading which has taken an active part in La'r'
of lumber from Georgia points to S Ie. 156 ...._Lanier___ .. .
m ..._. ___
merchants of that place. The de- the fight said last night that the pmty I.tOQ.! Hi p a
points of delivery on the Ohio river .
mand for graduates of the Southern force and effect of the decisions will SSG. m .08pmL. Sir emend--. I.IOl.! a a 4 C 9. t.
and bejond and that tbe two cent
Basinet College is greater than the be to greatly strengthen the power 8 to a m 4 19 p m Wilmarth__._.-. .__ Ly. .
advance was unjust and excessive S50 a mi Lv _._. _...._ 1000. .a m p s I,
s supply and the management of the and encbance tbe prestige of the In- w.llasrth. Ar. .

college find no trouble in placing and would result in irreparable In- terstate commerce commission. 9 10 a m'1 Ar_.... _Lura 11e_ _.,.._ :
jury. An injunction was sought up- 9 30 a m L. _LuraviUe.-. __ __
every graduate in good pa)Ing posi- whose ruling in each of the cases was L5
on the ground that the contemplated 160. ml! Ar.____Wilma.th.. .
tion. tbat the advanced rates were "unjustand --
action for the defendants was in violation io'ooa-iD, .20 p m1L Wilmarth_.._. 1
unreasonable. This finding of ; O.i 51. 4151.

From KalunUy's 1 tally.Mr. of the act to regulate com- the commission, which carried withit 1018 a r.,I 4 U pm I L. ..r Suwan 8 lifter. ........_.......Lv. y 55. I UI,t

Brannen. of the Friendship merce. A temporary restraining an order to discontinue the rates, 10 ZO a m a SO p m.Lv -" """"'- ._._. ----1... 46 i
o.-der and rule to show cause why the I LZ a g 9 p
neighborhood was a visitor to Live was affirmed by the supreme court 10 30 a m! 4 40 p ai Ar.___ .Mayo._....__......_Lv. "f;
Injunction should not be granted 10 to La ...... ,.
a
Ca. this morning. and by all the courts below. m -M ____.--Ar.iO .
having been filed a general demurrerwas I :;
50 Ar
a m _A1toD.-_.
Miss the Porter and Mrs. Scruggsleft filed denying tbe jurisdiction of I History, of the Cases. 10 55 a m) ILa _Ahoo.U ...__._-L.. I

yesterday afternoon for Summer- the Circuit Court of the United \!> docketed in the supreme court 11 05 a m A!.-...._--. ., .._.. L.. I

States. A hearing was had upon the: I the two causes of action bore U 10 a m 4 42 p mjL.-..... -Mayo.__._. .Ar r
'I flesd. In response to a message ant I title au .$ 9 n.

pouncing the illness of Mr. Scruggs.L. demurrer and also upon the evidence respectively, of "Illinois Central 20 a ;' a 49 p m'L' "' i wire -'-'-'- .---AI-. 535 saps

submitted my both parties. On the Railroad Company Gulf and Ship U H. mi. 11 p m 1'.- ......-..-.Salt Read. ___._ Lv.
-
16th day of May, 1903. Judge Spee: j I u 9 ii a ,111'.
Island Railroad
S. Albritton. one of Suwannee'ssubstantial Company. Southern U lit i 10 P_.L._.--Aakold_._. _.._ -Ly.
field that the court had jurisdictionto Railroad Company et al. I u N s 145 i,.
appellants.
citizens was a visitor to 54 a i 17 pmL. Char ....._.__.--.Lv.
.
Live Oak this morning and left hisrenewal grant the relief sought if finally vs. tte interstate commerce commis- "j .9 'OO. U5'
I (16 a 81, 5 27 P I' Heene _.____.Lv.
'i for the Democrat. !!atis>9ed of the righteousness of sion, and the "Southern Railway i is lilt s

I complainants' demands, and overruled Company et at, appellants vs. H. H. 18. m''1' 6 $5 p mL I --_ Z.i &. ._.... ____.....Lv. 8U& ut ,.

If you want to wear Tans this cum tbe demurrer. He however, Tift et al., appellees." In the first S4 a IIJ', i 43 p m1L, y --,-- Denmark_,_.__. ....._......Ly. 838. I.9 atr

mer dont' fall to se our line this I dissolved the temporary injunction of these cases appeal was had from It .. i I b 50 PIDAr--P""T I 1.3._...... -....._.L.. 830ss j
i This was because the rate had not the United States circuit : I lfs a
week at 'V bite's Shoe Store. 3-5t court for -

at that time actually been imposed. the eastern district of Louisiana and (d) Teletre+tbtaeTelepb.. Statio.. tz Flan Slatio. -- fa
I USta tH R gi.t.cr. 1.1 6ariLrStop.
E. U. Wise returned this morning What the IH-cree "'as. In the second from the United States Ol1 1 1" AurroJl an.rin'eadset
gat Gen
from Pinemount. where he went yesterday circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit .v Aunt
The decree however, concluded
to organize a local of the to which the railroads had carried I t

Farmers' t'ulon. The organizationtook with the following clause: the case on appeal from the

place at tbe Sullivan school I "In case the respondents shall en- United States circuit court for the TO THE JAMESTOWN i

Louse: and a large number of farm- force the rates complained of and southern district of Georgia-Judge

era were present to meet Mr. Wise. the complainants shall make proper Speer's court.

Every one present gave in his name application to the Interstate Commerce The two. cases have been fought Eli EXPOSITION-

for membership and tbe local was Commission to redress their through the interstate commissionand

organized with very flourishing pros- alleged grievances the court will the courts by two yellow pine VIA

pects. entertain a renewal application ont manufacturers' associations or rather -

I >e record as made and such appropriate the members of
these acting in
The
.; Mrs. Hall wife of Mr. Arthur additions thereto as may b*> tteir individual capacity-the Geor- Atlantic Coast Line Railway

Fall, of Plnernount. died last night uropoted by either party for enjoin- gia Sawmill. Association, which has
People
all
after an Illness of several days with :I ing the enforcement of3uch rates dealt with the southeastern and over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Lire

fever. She was tbe daughter of Mr. I pending the Investigation by the com- southern roads, and the Central Yel "Purple Folder" for schedules

tad Mrs. film Thompson of Pine- : mission unless otherwise dissolvedand low Pine Association, which has look- Two daily trains to the Jamestown Fapooa
each
mount at the time of her death was I on presentation to the court of ed after the litigation against th way with through Pullman brae

about 19 years of age. Mrs. Hall the report of tbe commission such Illinois Central and other lines in sleeping cars.

was a most estimable lady. and was. other action will. be taken as will be Mississippi, Alabama and eastern Season, sixty day'and fifteen day limit excursions. TICkets -

well and favorably known" in this conformable to law and the prin- Louisiana.The on Sale daily from
ciples of April I6th to Nov. 30th at low rates
county where she resided all her equity. former of these two. organizations Coach excursions ,

life. Tte funeral services will be The railroads at once made tbe advance has already effected a pooling at very low rates.

conducted attbe Macedonia cemetery I rates effective, and on tte day arrangement of overcharge claims For further imformation nearest rail- ,

this afternoon when the remains following the complainants, as Judge -L'the dealers, purchasers of the road see your
I agent or
w'l be laid to rest. Tte casket avery I ?peer bad Indicated they might do. lumber of its members, and is In District write FRANK C BOYLSTON

handsome one was furnished b> I presented tier complaint to the In- position to at once ask the court of T-V Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast Line,

Undertaker Potsda: er. I r fetuses: Co_.ia.ercfe Con.aiLsloa. Tb: :s T-glnaJ lu-Jsdiction to determine Jacksonville, Florida. ,






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