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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 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'01.. II. No. 214.. UVEOAlt
I FLORIDA SATURDAY JUNE 15, 1907. TEN CENTS A WEEK.
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SENATOR[ FOR ALABAMA I Alleged JURY Attempt FAILED to Bribe TO AGREE.In Florida SOUTH AMERICAN WARUNION I TOBACCO A XECESSITY. INJURED ROADS CREDIT x


Peonage Case. The Government Officially Rules It

Xot a Vice.
GOVEKXOK COMER MAY NAME New York. June 14.-The Jury in
IUXKIIEAD TO SUCCEED the trial of Stanley M. OF REPUBICS IS NOW Washington, June 14. The govern- GOVERNMENT AID FOR RAILROADS -
Bragg, charged RECEIVING
MORGANLEGISLATURE with FAVORABLE ment officialy declares tobacco to be APPEARS ONLY
attempting to bribe a government MENTION WAY OUT
not a vice but a necessity, in a deci-!
employe in connection with
Florida sion by the comptroller of the treas-
peonage cases, today failed
MAY DECIDE to agree and were discharged. PLAN OF PRESIDENT ZELAYA ury today. The question arose JAMES
through a number of laborers em- J. HILL'S VIEW OF IT

Ewald G. Abel Crowned at Pablo. ployed for the construction of the

It Governor Comer Appoints Any-; News was received here this morn. War Is Xow Declared Panama canal who had been held in

one lie Will Name Bankhead for Ing of the drowning of Prof. Ewald Consul -American quarantine demanding tobacco dur- The Federal Government Accordingto
G. Abel General at Xicaragua Is Hill, Will Be Forced to Lend
States Senator of .
United Jacksonville, who has been ing their confinement.
Authority for Late
News Its Credit to the Roads
Instructor of the Fifth City Brass The comptroller says, in allowingthe

Band of this city. The entire mem- I charge for supplying this tobacco

Montgomery Ala., June 15.-ItU bership of the band and many that it has long been recognized as
Washington June 14. What New York June 15.-That the national -
suggested by some that as the leg- citizens of Live Oak who were necessary as meat and drink to labor-

islature of Alabama is now in session acquainted with Prof. Abel, deeply amounts to an actual declaration of ing men. government will be forced to

-the recess being in effect actual deplore their loss for he was a man war between Nicaragua and Salvadorwas lend its credit to finance the needsof

jesslon-the governor cannot appoint who in a short time made many contained in a reply of President Baby Show Wednesday. the railroads of the country was

a senator to succeed Senator Morgan friends here and was a prominent Zelaya of Nicaragua to an inquiry I Another Baby Show will be given the statement made by James J Hill

the idea being that appointment is musical director of the country.The from Washington as to his connec- under the direction of St. Luke's In an Interview yesterday."The .

recourse taken only when the lawmakers Times-Union gives the fol- Guild on Wednesday, June 19th at "
a tion with the I public in its exasperation,
''s are not in session. The question lowing account of the drowning: recent attack and cap-' 4:30 p. m., in the Auditorium. By said Mr. Hill "will demand that the

t if there is one. would seem to "Prof. Abel was drowned while in ture of Acajutia. The answer came ,I request there will be three contests: railroads shall lay certain rails and

hinge on whether the legislators are bathing at Pablo Beach, about four to the State Department this morn-, First for prettiest girl and finest boy provide more cars. The railroadswill

in session or not-on the meaning of o'clock yesterday afternoon. He was Ing in the shape of the following : under two years; for prettiest girl answer that they cannot; that.

recess adjournment to a day named. caught by the undertow and was car- cablegram from American Consul and finest boy from two years up to their credit has been ruined. The

I Some seem to think however that ried out beyond: his depth and although General Olivares at Managua, the five (not over) years. These four government will be obliged to stepin

the recess is, in effect, an intervalin his bathing companions tried Nicaraguan capital: prizes will be awarded by judges, and lend its credit to supply this

the meetings and that it would hard to save him, he was carted be- "I am officially informed that in who, for the sake of future friendships deficiency. The situation might leadto

give the governor the right to ap- yond their reach and before he was accordance with the Central Ameri- will remain unknown. Theyare government ownership of rail

point. The national constitution putsit finally taken into the surf boat was can union plan, President Zelaya has parties who have no children or roads. That would be the end of

this way: "And if any vacancies beyond human assistance. dispatched munitions of war and relatives in Live Oak under seven republican government."The .

happen by resignation or otherwise "Prof. Abel and Mrs. Abel and troops in aid of General Alfera, whois years of age. cause of the trouble is that

during the recess of the legislatureof several Jacksonville gentlemen and a popular unionist candidate for Second there will be a prize won the business of the United States has

any state, the executive thereofmay the Cincinnati musicians went into the Presidency of Salvador. President by vote for the most popular child outgrown the capacity of its rail-

make temporary appointments the surf. While Mrs. Abel and some Figueroa opposes the union idea." under seven years. roads and the railroads are in no
of the others of the Third, there will be a prize: won
until the next meeting of the legislature. party remained position to catch up. If men cannot
." close in shore Prof. Abel and others Cabrera Sot Killed. by vote for the most beautiful dress get their freight moved they must

Speaking of this question this went out beyond the breakers and Guatemala City Guatemala June worn by a candidate.For cease to produce it. It does not ap-

morning, Senator John W. Overton enjoyed a swim. 15.-Foreign Minister Barrios who these second and third con- pear any easier for a railroad to get

of Randolph said: "I think under the "While they were having great is also second vice president of tests at 10 cents per vote any party money now than it was a few months

constitution of the United States the sport In going over the heavy swells Guatemala, Tuesday made the fol- may buy as many' votes as he pleases. ago. I know of instances in western

governor has a right to appoint a that were rolling in, those furthestout lowing statement to the correspondent AdmittaBce to Auditorium 25 cities where short term notes of some

successor to Senator Morgan to hold felt a strong underfiow pulling of the Associated Press: "We cents. Contest fee, 10 cents. eastern roads are being peddled

until the reassembling of the legis-: them. and they at once began to move thank you for information regardingthe I' Ice cream and cake will be on sale. around in $5,000 lots on a G% to

lature on July 9, but no longer. The toward the shore. Prof Abel was reports circulated to the effect : Parents come and bring your 1 Vz per cent basis. Railroads cannot -

legislature is not in session now, hav- seen to be struggling against the that President Cabrera was assassin- I babies. increase their facilities under

ing recessed until the date named. force of the current, and the two men ated. The statement is absolutely Aunts uncles cousins, come swell these conditions."

Several lawyers of ability with whomI nearest to him attempted to assist false. The president is enjoying his I the ranks. Concerning the general business

have talked take this view, while him. usual health." outlook, Mr. Hill said:

others take the opposite. However "One of the men was a member of Mr. Hancock foreman of Hugger's "There is a general slowing up in

I do not think the governor is obligedto the Cincinnati orchestra, and the Missouri's Attorney; Wants Two-Cent gang of brick masons is on the sick business. It appeared inevitable last

other was a Mr. Wortheimer. The Rate Enforced.St list. We venture to assert that no fall; it came and I believe it will
appoint under the circumstances
better team of brick masons from continue I don't think it will hurt
former and had
soon out to
gave
is congress is not in session and will Louis June 14.-Attorney Gen-
float the England ever immigrated to this coun anybody, but that it exists there Isno
surface in
on order to reach
not be for eral filed
there is
some time and no Hadley today an applicationhere
try. In this connection it is well to doubt."
the shore. The latter remained with
actual necessity to make a selection simultaneously with a similar ,
that the Hugger Bros.
say only em-
prior to the reassembling of the legislature Prof. Abel until he too, was about action in Kansas City and secured
first-class workmen and these
ploy Criminal Court Imfreedings.
exhausted.
In the meantime both of
next month.
injunctions against eighteen principal
hired the and
men are by year, get
The Impression is general aboutthe them were being carried up and down Missouri railroads, compelling themto A mistrial of the case of Lizzie
their for every day whether they
capitol and whirled around and around by obey the two-cent rate pay Anderson after quite a long deliberation -
today that If the governor passenger I work or not. In turn they give their #
the waves, which were steadily increasing by the jury. The jury could
does act he will name Bank- and the maximum freight rate law in employers first-class work and the i t
teat in size. not agree on a verdict, so they were ,
In fact effect today.A I
everybody takes the result is that when a building is
tiew that "The surf boat first reached Mr. I' i discharged from further consideration
there Is nothing else forMa
turned over to the owner it is con-
to do, as his instructions are Wortheimer and he was pulled intoit XEW ORLEANS SENSATIONTen structed without a flaw. Fred Hugger -I of the case, and it was set for a new
emphatic. in an exhausted condition. It then trial next :Monday.
However, none seem to does not "boss" his hands, because -
bow whether he will appoint or not. proceeded toward where Prof. Abel Italians Arrested on Charge of I he does not have to. lie simply Walter Clemmons, who was charged

had been last seen. tI was several Kidnapping.New .I with assault and attempt to commit
pleted and unless further work is
tfcU minutes before his body was seen murder was found not guilty.
Happened to Representative Orleans, June 14.-Ten Ital- and they do it. Next week the brick
below the surface. Another case requiring considerable -
Donegan. ians are under arrest this morning as work on the new hotel will be com-
"As quickly as possible the body deliberation by the jury was
Last Saturday suspects in the kidnapping of Walter pletedw, and unless further work is
morning as Repre.ltntaUve.A. was pulled into the boat, and whileit that of Sam "Watkins charged with
E. Lamona. The search has assumed in view, these men will be sent to
Donegan was board- was being rowed to the shore ef- breaking and entering. The jury
's the train proportions of a campaign to the city. Montgomery. Let an extra effort be
at
Tallahassee for home, forts being made to resuscitatehim. was out all night on it last night
were
1e made and the City Hall started.
stumbled over a grip that was It had been almost fiften min-' The verdict returned on It this mornIng -
to? in the DEATH COMES TO FIRE EATER.
aisle of the coach and utes from the time he fas first drag- was not guilty.
of LiveOak's
fen Miss Cora Sperring one
against a seat, fracturing his arm the under-' I Another case, which will attract
under the water by
tt the elbow. ged Clovis Hugues and Wife Furnished best young ladies, went to considerable attention, probably at
tow before the boat reached him. : Sensations. where she has secur-
With Dade City today,
He France Many
suffered is for trial to-
intense pain all the When he was taken out of the boat i this term of court, on
with the large mercan-
*V home but did not realize that blue in places : Paris, June 13.-M. Clovis Hugues, ed a position day. It is the case of Henry Carmichael -
his body was turning
&
of Coleman
a! tile establishment
lone' was broken until Sunday froth from his' the ex-deputy and publicist, died i charged with negligently killing -
and there was a
'hen| he went up to Orlando and hadeumtned to believe: here, he was born in 1851 was edu- Ferguson as stenographer. We con- or causing the death of Lizzie
mouth. This caused many
with the X-ray, when it of cated for the priesthood, but joined gratulate Miss Sperring upon having Matthews near Dowling Park last
that he taken with an attack ,
was of
with this
tat|i found that the little bone right that' the staff of the Peuple published at secured a position one fall. The peculiar interest about this
while in the water, and
the heart mercantile
d and best
the Up Of the Marseilles, by Gstav Naquet and in the largest case is the extreme youth of the offender -
elbow known
as was why he was unable to help him-' courtmartial houses In South Florida, and in turn
'funDY bone was broken. 1871 was sentenced by a ; he being apparently about
II now, however> self more. I to three years' imprisonment and congratulate the firm upon having twelve years of age.
.:ably, and resting com- "As soon as he was removed from : paid $1,200 fine. secured the services of such a refined Judge Carter and Solicitor McCol-

11* adent drawing J50 a week on the boat every effort was made to: In 1877, he killed the editor of a competent :young lady as Miss Sperr om are anxious that work should be

Ir. Donegan policy revive him. There was a doctor I Bonapartist newspaper In a duel. He ing. We commend her not only to dispatched as fast as is consistent

from exonerates Peter O. present ,and under his direction the i was trie dand acquitted for this duel the firm but to the best social circlesof i with the fair and impartial trial of

all blame.-Kissimmeej work was kept up for more than an I and later was elected to the chamber Dade City as a lady In the strictest each case and they are holding court

hour. At the expiration of that time : of deputies as a member of the extreme sense of the word. today, Saturday. The record for the

the doctor declared further efforts : left. I first week of the court has been very

::j a.Hattie Roberts and Miss Hattie useless, as death had claimed its I The most exciting incident in the The Meeting of Children. good and the court is meeting with

L.s who have been visiting Mrs. : victim. Even then the friends of I life of M. Hugues occurred on May The Children's meeting yesterday the favor of the people.

returned to their home in the deceased did not stop but worked 24, 1884 when his wife, in the gal- afternoon was of unique interest to

... Of a today Miss Roberts is a on the body trying to restore respira-I lery of the palace of justice, fired six the children. The pastor talked on South Dakota Flood.

fat Mrs ,Heath, has friends in tion, until the train was ready to I shots from a revolver at M. Morin, a the church and Its support.He Rapid City S. D., June 14.-Five

\: br the score and while this start. I public official, who had been black- emphasized the need of wit- lives have been reported lost tonightas

$ Ridclell's first visit to Live Ii II i I mailing and defaming her. He died nessing; church attendance, and the a result of a disastrous flood and

a YUl not be her lastShe Judge B. II. Palmer of Lake City; : soon afterwards. After a sensational Lord's money.At cloudburst at Tilford Wednesday

taaj rg lady of winning ways andmpUShments. Col. Adams, of Mayo and Hon. J. M. trial Mme. Hugues was acquitted the close of the service the ; night i
the
e, and has U. Peacock were the speakers at the I January 8. 1885. which caused children were invited to the parson- I
b several of Their addresses -i presentation of a play which had a G. Potsdamer says the Luraville
"1 Our young men Luraville picnic yesterday. age by Mrs. Dutill when they were
tlr.&Inoq-1Vb.om she will have toe were well received by the peo-, long run entitled "The" Vengeanceof served with refreshments and all picnic was the blgest thing of the
to
II1** a choice. The same ple, and showed them to be in the Mme. Clovis Hugues. had a fine time. kind: given In this country In manya

... adtht have been the cause of throng of advance workers for Su- M. Hugues was an ardent Boulanger.supporter Reported by one of the children. year, and he ought to know.
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OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY JUNE 15, 1907. a

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGSOf
without cost to the county.A and to prepare Itemized reports for r(could have stood the rain and colin d

the Board of Pubic Instruction.Live school petition from Bethlehem colored county commissioners for July, and! the tented field, I could come off PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

Oak Fla. ,June 3, 1907. Goodman be requesting that Harry to canvass returns of sub-district I lighter as to expenses, but It was too

The Board of Public Instructionof said school appointed supervisor of elections held June 11th, 190T.J. cold, I could not stand It. I took vi oC.
; deferred until first of s.Baoww. r.Eo Tsiostsos
Suwannee County, Florida met at July. E. WOOD E. R. WISE. lent cold the best I could do. I met '

the usual hour. The following Superintendent. Chairman. many old friends from different BROWN & THOMASON,
accounts
Present: E. R. Wise, R. H. Carver and were approved places, met men and women I had
ordered paid. County Wilraarth Notes. not seen In forty-two These
and A. D. Puterbaugh. I fund: years.

The minutes of the last meetingswere H. & W. B. Drew Co.. one Health Is fairly good, river very meetings brought sad recollections, PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,

read and approved. warrant book . . .; 11.35 low and fishing is fine.. yet it was quite a pleasure to meet LIVE OAK. : : t FLORIDA.
Ordered that a special tax district G. B. Lord, with those who had been along side
commission . 131.13 The Wilmarth grapevine says thereis
election be called to be held at Rix- E. R. Wise by side with me in the times that
memo of board. 2.00 going to be a grist mill and gin try men's souls. The of the
ford school house on Saturday, June A. D. Puterbaugh scenes DR. J. W. WEST.
l memo of
29th, and that said notice of electionbe board . . . . 2.00 put up here in the near future. entire reunion were expressive and
published In Suwannee Democratand Live Oak Sab-District. Mr. Henry, the new section fore- impressive. Many old friends met Physician and Surgeon.
I man here seems to be all right. and talked over their experiences
that the following persons are G. B. Lord commission 35.62 Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
Mr. F. F. Whiden has during the and
returned war shed tears as
appointed inspectors and clerk: J. T. G. B. Lord commission Residency at Ethel HoteL
.97 here from Perry. We welcome him they talked. I could not. Childrenon
J. O.
Ward, J. L .Haddock Oliver O'Brien.
G. B. I and his good family home again, the streets called us by endearing Phone.Office.No.168.
Brinson. Lord
and C. H. commission .
$ .75Hranford. and wish him and his partner in titles. Ladies waved to us as we, Beudencc.No.S3 or IfiS.
for 200 lineal feet of
An order Drag Store(Barclay A Croorcr)N..1C
I business Mr. Avanee Hart, success. passed with smiles on their faces and
G.
blackboard pulp was placed with B. Lord commission . 1.4i
$ Mr. Thad Mims has sold his Interest sang "Dixie" and the "Bonnie Blue
& Webb Co., of Atlanta Go. Burlington
Clanton G. I at Kirkland, and gone to work at I II Flag," and were shedding tears at M.E.. BROOME,
Same to be delivered at once. B. Lord, commission .$ .63
the crosstie the time.
business again. Thad is same Well I could write
board appointed a grading Dempsey and I
The Hall.
I a hustler. on, but I better stop for this time
committee to take charge of and to G. B. Lord, commission .$ .14 ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Well this scribe has been to for fear I find the waste basket in the
grade the examination papers of all Houston. Richmond to the reunion. When arriving I way. MORE ANON. LIVE OAK I FLORIDA.
applicants in the forthcoming teachers' G. B. Lord, commission .
$ .61 in that city staid that night In
examination.T. I Will practice in aD the court of the SUte. Speeal
Midway.G. boarding house, got breakfast next The Mob Wanted Them. attention given to Conveyance Ceflectfe
S. Agner was appointed super- B. Lord commission. . of'RenU Etc. AU bn.in.a. promptly attead-
$ 1.28 morning and then reported to the (Gainesville Sun, 13th.) edto.
visor of Lancaster school. The board adjourned to meet I Florida division headquarters and A report comes from Bronson to I NOTABY PUBLIC STATS AT LjUUW.
Ordered that all schools of the Wednesday, June 5th
to finish i was assigned to camp J. W. Gordon.
the effect that Bascom Lowman and
county be required to maintain not checking up tax collector for the year There I was furnished with tent cot L. M. DIXON,
cent 1907. his son, George Lowman, accused of
less than a fifty per average and blankets and plenty to eat till
attendance of all pupils enrolled, for Live Oak Fla., June 5, 1907. Friday night, when there was a ter- the murder of Dunlap Phinney at DENTIST.

each month and that when the aver-, The board met pursuant to ad rible storm and rain set in, I then Raleigh Saturday night, are both in

age attendance shall fall below an I journment. went back into the city and paid jail at Bronson, Bascom Lowman be- ORTODONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK

average of fifty per cent for two consecutive Present: E. R. Wise and A. D. board till starting home, Tuesday! ing arrested Monday and George : SPECIALTIES.

weeks, the teacher of said' Puterbaugh.The morning, June the 4th. Lowman Wednesday.It .
school shall at once close the school I board finished checking up While there, I visited some of mj f
I is said that a large crowd late <
IMI
: in i iiniinu inn
to the superintendent of poll list as filed by tax
and report collector, J. old battle fields, to-wit: Coldharbor
public instruction.The N. Meeks, same was found correct, Savage Station, Hatcher's Run and yesterday afternoon had gathered :| DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR,

following teachers were ap- and was approved. Petersburg. I went to the mouth of I I about the jail, and the spirit of the

pointed to summer schools to begin Ordered that the board furnish the the tunnel that led to the crater mob showed great indignation over | VETERINARY i ;
1907, If possible. treasurer with the matter, and it is stated that
June 3, a warrant register to where the terrible battle was fought
Bell Hawkins, Little River; W. L. record all school warrants. with negroes when the blow-up took Sheriff Walker has been publicly cen- : Solicijwyour patronage- Office
: at S -e-I'hone (3 rings) 143
sured for having apparently delayedthe
:Mclnnis Middleton; Adel Clayton The following accounts were ap- place there. I cut a birch stick and
arrests so long. The report of i, ++++MM I lt MM
Oak Grove; J. W. O'Hara, Union; P. proved and paid: brought it home as a relic of that '
the censure of the officer is not authentic -,
'F. Davis, Philadelphia; Mattie Jordan -!I R. H. Carver 1 day service awful scene where so much blood I
however. T. J. LYLE
G. B. Davis and i i I teachers' examination. . shed
Rock Sink; $ 2.00 was on the 30th of July, 1864. No preliminary hearing has yet {
Pine Grove Frank E. R. Wise, mem. of board. Then I went into
Fannie Cumming ; 2.00A. Petersburg and took been had, and it is understood that!i Practical
Riherd, Clayland; Irene Pennington, I D. Puterbaugh, mem. of dinner with Capt. Seward and his a special term of the circuit court '

Luraville; Lettie Peterson, Dempseyand I i board . . . . 2.00 family and returned to Richmond. will be asked for the trial of these : WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
I
Hall; Ianthe Bond, Poplar; .Mac- There being no further business, This was Sunday June 2nd. The men. I i iI 35 year's experienceGood

key Sheddan Delegal; Mabel Williams :I th eboard adjourned to meet on veterans were well treated and high- I It is further reported that nearly stockjof Watches always on hand.
Ethel; Etta Monroe Lancaster June 18th to assign teachers for the ly honored, but it cost somethingevery 'five hundred people attended the I'

; E. C Haddock, Newbern; Dola I summer term, beginning July, 1907, time I turned round, yet If I funeral of Mr. Phinney in Willlston.I I
i j WALL PAPER
3ar' Haddock, Rice School.

The following accounts were ap- I . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . > > . . I
When in needof nice wall paper -
proved and ordered paid:

C> Live Oak Pub. Co., proceed- :'I I call on H. H':PETTY, at
ings .I 7.50
REMOVAL SALE
Live Oak Pb. Co., Rixford : CLINTON & MEtlCS MARKET.

petition sub. district. . 15.00L

I. A. Hatcher, freight on

doors, windows blinds. .85 i if H. J. MORRIS
Barclay & Groover, ink and 3 sAt
I Contractor and Builder
paste for office 1.10

M I.. L. Jones, teacher . 25.00 Apply for plans, estimatesand

Fla.books Book.& News Co., office 6.75 The Cash Suprise Store I specifications.

I Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L Crossing.
Kate Liddon, teacher 40.00 '
I
I* C. Alexander, teacher 40.00 :
Dola Haddock, teacher 25.00 tmmmmmmmmmnmmmm} } }5 } ), }, I

Victoria Ingram, teacher 40.00J. CLINTON & MEEKS[[ !E

E. Wood, salary 80.00 Et

R. H. Carver mem. of board 5.20E. We are Forced to vacate the build- I --- I
E. R. Wise, memo of board. 3.00A. I i
1 Wholesale and Retail !
D. Puterbaugh mem. of -

board 6.SO ing. j

First Nat Bank, interest. 113.40J. Dealers in Florida -

.E. Wood, express and postage I

4.83 Entire stock must be sold at once. Our loss your I : and WesternMEATS
The following bills were paid out

t. of special school Live districts Oak. funds: gain. Crockery, Agate> vv are, I IGlasS"Jlare

first Nat Bank, interest. .$ 22.47L I
Notions
Tiri\A/eire
B. Edwards, express and J I
postage 5.00 Phone 24.

Wellborn. Lace and Embroidery and all i#

11.T. Moore, teacher, 1 mo. .$ 80.00 Prompt deliveries

Branford. Racket Goods to be sold at factory i I

Punalee Cheves, teacher. .$ 50.00
in the
anywhere
The work disposed of as far as i

Possible, the board adjourned to prIces.. Ii
Beet Tuesday June 4th. I City.

Live Oak, Fla., Jne 4, 1907. I

The board met pursuant to adJournment of Choice.
Not a Sale i

fEi I Present: E. R. Wise and A. D. I II GRINDLaxative
-Puterbaugh.The .

minutes of June 3rd were read I

and the approved.the board .proceeded to check up We must move and we : Fruit SyrupPleasant

Poll Ust of the tax collector, J. N.

., *ee* for the year 1905-1906. Said i to take
>*>on> list sacrifice the
,*rted being found correct as re- forced to j The new laxative. Does
by the collector, the same are
t'L$ approved. not gripe or nauseate.

$kited 11. Rains supervisor was recommended of Dunnellon and j Cures stomach and liver

; 'llOOlkeu Fort Stock. i troubles and chronic con-

Was granted a colored the
1\:1Ioo1\: at Platt stipation by restoring
Station on conditions
a *;no8: Superintendent is to in- natural action of the stom-

a::e at the advisability of locating CASH SURPRISE STORE II ach, liver and bowels.
'Iet said place, and if satis-
re a school Is needed there to Refuse substitutes. Price BOo.

ee"Drat' teacher to begin teaching i I City Pharmacy.LIVE .
of Julr . . .
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w', MrA s 111-04 4f ......r i4 1f., 4U >Mto Bn4rmw a torrtM aMr4 r'pae a %aw14 r. wy 5' fv'whta mat ref Shoes -
having metal giryn
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;. liar riwl hb '/".. Yiw144 co a444 rl.t .-., .....'t salt apsae'a 3aaltr laC pasaaaf y wrJyp I. a 4'La.., W1tlkaY7 -
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I .. r '-" M s 'nIft, to* <** N.Ya. Jt4faro brmrhra fill tM Yi'Mda PfIIIM elM sad but little rort to rs torie. see them i is to like them. C s the!'

,,r* h ykmww arr att.ppararlf .MOs Lassa .... tapf eetptislM;r. ;rte 'II torefartar which auute him alaaoct irr...,saub.e

r"yfb rI y ,& Mr. tMtar.Hat Ysa dMI'- aa4 alt HtJJICIwa laaMka befpft a JBTT sad tk'
Lrsma a I,... Mat a r4I a setptr R4rr Mar w-.rJMrpM ia4jq Asa na tali' dry"lt 'iQ at OD.ae1law.

ref,4lt ............ slat t1Gh writ ..... far tbtsb t4 rM3* v. A.tI fur tat sssoraarals He as v at sacked nor r z'-1. Jlm } V! STORESCOe 1

u rr:. a.* (flit VJsttr4 ... rtam ..., at T./lahaarne. 1M. rM gRst'f ,w esatryl4 I
art-hat
Ill wrtim -.u-. ... rwsglard .Aa .a. who pack it 4a 1M w.wrylag.Ita 1 iXJK'L2. P.1RfC. 4i; Fi10M
4.E6m a aa1wiry ..... .... gtlrst.t bt."Wa $44 traoisaatats are aU -laiao' WHB L an taatatecee and cnmolatt /

-- .- fur ...... 4r at laq.t Uut uat qf thstj .* power hardly to t,' r< *te l. Tbe
.m tr arh 4, .Mw 'IJ8 rlr.rl4w.arettw.r wars fVtI. harrm. .bU. tJM caftan writ r bar him very many times in -- '---

ar1r.M0a 4A llrjr4 fa,4r W Spat satisfy tetaeawttta with UM aa- the prime sf his power aa a lawyer, J. F 1C.ja.d . . 4'J'PJ- 4 N.:4J.e: : -: '1.1 ..:...iC"t r. ....
It.Ir Nre4tltii4fl, we, rammat1 vlrt.rp .latr.ta and Uk JM. Jams . ;
.a/.tsrattttt pmrgalsits saes to ail the other young men of . 4ivj.j ::la.-&,,. aad refill
p '. * threira cocnci: a' :=e Zex: : ea '
Ta.rr-t'tdNa; sa MaAt rfras4paltA .... I... Est C. Y. Byrd
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I tart a airlra at r ball Darts g dear shining IIIPc that &p me
vf Mirrmyrm.katitk14 4Nw 1tJrar My-r. tiaaaoanr watxrmmfrJaa. W4 pry't tare the glitter of burnished K ?eiafeovt J. S. KlasnsaaM. . . :_ a:1nouc..j 5: :=e ,-' *-r
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; YIM14." I'" J. fIIr.If'''' II,. pour w. psul la a *6" ai1Aab sase.Tbm It, b* feU down and worshipped L. Barnett &; Co.. 12.39 !;
j is. f:.,.... to 41.4tmN J .. him Suwann Hdw. the ensuing rear: I'(
su4 the
-- -- aa monarch of the bar. : Co. _ 1.3 Streets J. M.Bardin Ba+aay aM
'11,,. fu 'si rh& ,....., nrarrate4 asdrlw 'aturaa J4ha Ml ,.1..11: anaar W. H. Lyle. salary . 7.0 J --

:I fd.44it 4, Irrrerr 4 a4&P1n to 4imaawa I* rfcn lit. IWUMato 'I' Lbw lasptrNma CJtjr O/utirJi 1 }ff"WJjnWt. w. H. Lyle. labor on streets. '*"(i

1;1 1.." :lyratu 'f.... N trrab4Wy trp.I ., rwUrmMmf from fblf poeiitnten. I Lars Oak. Fla.. Jane 10, U1J7.I I, W. c. Klrk..trl
I "If' in l|.... p rfrMl" r raI4. of Sf.ri4rrw-. t! ,.It.... fit ....1)tm'.M City council met in regular Wood. S.l i
I s satoa i" WeodaadT
ball 'lfcf ,.<.,. |... IMtio II"t tlrfel COIMIMy IlIr tli* p.maaart 'II rrthmr and iI Total . . . . $983.21r Fire-J. B.

"rinata IIWS .Irv.alIml fa, apa4ft. t "v Ma rrmgg'.sl .......M has tfe. otnr. !I I Pr e nt. C. II. Brown president of iI | The monthly reports of Marshal i I 8OI1.I W J- lid

h'"'' I. r .4nnr""r ",'If"" IMrb an y Ills film. W C t4w.. .,, :.. >,nla blm eoasdl. and Aldermen J. M. Barclay. M!| City Treasurer and Tax Collector ,I Public Ctillti &-

4", .Ir. Ist .....-If Itll asi.Aui Irani lM a'as' ttdltt#. Mat .* tfe, lattr baa t.SADt I j, 3 J. White. D. C. Bardin. T. S. And- '!. were approved aa read and ordered aDd S. J_ White- al J.l .iFtnanc.W. \

I j'.vina l!I,..., lst YI-.b.1 hrlntrrr. ,I, fourb <*f fca tnlliMrlal work for i i j *r on and J. E. Wood. \ flied. I I J- HilltsaaBarclay. .

mallard II.. bari l w",. I,I' ..... pa u.'j .. f a toad tuna an,l straw uy In ib. of- I I I The minutes of last meeting were ', By vote of council the limit of I l tc t

atasut II.aut, hat whra tI.., ntut to .i ."h, h. know Jultt bow read and I sixty i days las set forth In By vote of coancil.: sad J
approyed. j jI ordinance Whit
i II'" "<_ wahUru, A4Krant anal 'Utt" 1 i to .h.! -i* (h. t f.i>*r rinnln on It* : The I!I No. 56. pertaining to J. E. Wood.
i I following bllla against the city } removing cows appoint
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that i .M' "... Ia raa4tly dfapnse.dwllhi : ot't ltn and uy tlf Ita 'ill l atandard.f from the streets of the Bardin, were !
Ira.ILl.r' asn lha .... abf. I r*r that work fca l. wall quaIIAsdr ;I I I amounting fo $905.21 were approvedand to September 1.city 1307.) was extended to locate position for JlptI.
the .,r4..rshall, Ib.y taint rarall allhafssrn and H. \ -w. will go right atonic asa ordered paid The following unlighted parts of

""n.tI'U",wIII Iunrrnily ar eultt I W1 J.
u'S 4".prarlt7 I KIII Hut *. lon'i doubt that John J 8 Klnkald' . . . 38.34 Anderson and T. tl
were
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LOCALS AND PERSONALS J. W. Register and Miss Annie Lee 1 I 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. A. C: Simmer and wife' weal tov

Register of O'Brien came'up on the ,Pinemount today -on a visit to. relatlves. -*-

I ing Coast relatives Line last here.evening and are visit- fThree Points of Superiority.! lug. They will return. Mondajf, :venfDont

SLITTERS OF INTEREST BRIEFLY
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CHRONICLED FOR DEMO Mrs. Myrtle High ofVhite ".
hood==Prices== forget the "Success DairyIt -
, CRAT READERS Springs, and Miss Mills, of Colum- +: has come to stay. I will sell you

;. .. I bia, were here yesterday en routeto : AssortmentThese whole sweet milk fresh from th.titcoW'
Mayo.
i at It cents per quart; skimmed

i THEY COME AND THEY GC sweet milk at 5 cents per quart;

Dr. Anderson returned from St sour or clabber at 5 cats per quart
Augustine last night bringing his three go hand In hand here and sweet cream at 30 cents per

I daughter Miss Clara, who has been and make this a pretty good place quart. I find, after cartful deliberation
Yews of Live Oak and Suwannee attending school there. to come for desirables in the t and council of friends.,,that It la
Gathered by the Democrat
County I housefurnishing line. better for me ,to make.a 4 ejiTery on

Reporter A-'TED-A i Sunday as some are obliged ,to bav
: colored woman to
help in a small family, no children. If one of those points were milk-such as Infants boardinghouses
A fine place for the right missin g you would be sure to and the sick. So hereafter I
party. Ap-
A. H. Adams, of Lake Bird, was' Ply at the Democrat job room. notice it. So would we-and we I will be with you seven days In the

here yesterday.C. watch things so closely that week. I very respectfully solicit

-- Miss Esther Haile Right Goods, Fair Prices and your patronage. W. F. TUMMOXD..
R. Campbell and W. H. Slaughter who has been Phone 107. 142tA
here Complete Assortments answer"present"
some time, :
of Luther, were here yesterday. visiting C. E.
,
Halle's family here all the time.
returned home this large excursion from AdeU Ga..

II. C. Sheffield Jr., of Moultrie, morning, accompanied by little Elisa came to Live Oak yesterday. these
Haile. who will visit there for To-day is as good a time as any to
Ga., is In the city today. a time. I being about 800 en the train mostly -
Miss Esther has made hosts of admir- look. It matters not what !
colored. The colored contingent
ing friends here.STRAYEDOn. I Furniture need you have in mind
E. H. Beale, of Dunnellon, was brought a baseball nine and the
you will find us able to deal with
here this morning, going to Alton. Live Oak colored nine met them on.
I you to jour complete satisfaction.
June 5th, one ;t the diamond and beat them. It was,
Wash Fletcher came up from Pine- large spotted black and white fox + an orderly crowd. A large number

mount yesterday. I hound. Reward will be paid for re- got left upon the departure o( the ,
turn of same to A. Lee Humphreys camPbell.l train. The excursion came over the

Mrs. J. L. Roberts and baby, of at Live Oak Fla. d2t.wit iJ. B. Barton & Co. H. L.l\lanager.t; Georgia Southern from Adel to

Alexanderville, were here shopping + Perry and then over the Live Oak

yesterday.Miss Have you noticed about that old- I 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Ben Perry & Gulf to Live Oak.

time experience meeting to be held

Lizzie Landen went to Platt at 4 p. m., in the Baptist church tomorrows Mills and wife, of Pinemount, A two-week's sale of Laces and The bridge picnic at Luraville yesterday

Station this morning, on a visit to See the announcement in are in the city today, shopping.Dan Embroideries and rare bargains in was one of the grandest af-
relatives and friends. another place. White Goods at Mrs G. A. Lyons. fairs of the kind ever held in Su-

Robertson and wife are here Begins Monday, June 17th. wannee county. Fully 1,000 people

Initial combs at the Ladles' Em- Capt. John W. Hawkins returned shopping today. ;I were on the grounds. Speeches were

porium, 50 cents each. 14-3t from Steinhatchee Springs last even- ; Herbert Brooker and wife. were made, the commissioners of Suwannee -
I
ing, loaded down with fresh trout Porch Lanier of Rossburg, was in here today, en route to High Springsand and Lafayette counties met In
Rev. Way arrived from Fernandina caught down there, which he dis- the city today. j Alachua to visit relatives. Their joint session, and the biggest kindof

last night, and will preach in the tributed among his neighbors. Mr. i home is in :\Iayo. a dinner was served. The table

Presbyterian church tomorrow. Hawkins firmly believes that Stein- S. D. Walker, one of Suwannee's i f was laden with.. the very best of

hatchee is a veritable garden of good citizens, was here today.J. After June 15, 1907. we will dis- viands, prepared by the ladies and
When you want draying done of Eden and we think he is about right. I continue our pressing club business we are told that notwithstanding the
any kind, phone 129. W. N. Boat- M. Brow and son, Sam, of (; until further notice. Live Oak Steam large and hungry crowd, there was

right tf Kocky Sink, were here this morning : Laundry. 14-2t enough edibles left over to feed 200
Work on the new bank building on business. j I more people. We suppose our Lura

C. O. Saunders is busily engagedat progresses rapidly, and the Bird For Rent. ville correspondent will give us a

I the Park this week. He was here Block and McCullers Block are well Albert Johnson and son, Jimmie, of I Nice cottage, next :Methodist par- detailed, account of the picnic for

for a short time yesterday.Mrs. under way. The third story of the Pine Grove, were taking in the sightsof I sonage, lights, bath. Also small publication.
hotel is about completed and a num- Oak i house
Live today.Dr. I four rooms, water in kitchen,
Spencer and daughter, Miss ber of other buildings are going up. i 5 minutes from Stevens corner. Master Harry Edwards is now'dispensing -

Allie Belle, of Wellborn, were here The building boom is simply staying Thomason was called to Pine- Wolfe on corner. 12-4t soda water fr the Florida

yesterday, shopping and visiting rela- with us. mount today on professional busi- Book store, and promises to be a'

tives.G. ness. Moses: Rubenstein leaves tomorrowfor hustler at his new calling. Harry is

Dr. Howe, of Newberry, is a visitorin Richmond Jamestown Expositionand a good boy, in whom the utmost con
G. Jackson and wife went to our city, coming in this morningover Joe Rubenstein is quite rill with other points of interest, and will.. fidence may be reposed.

Valdosta yesterday, on a visit to her the Coast Line. His visit does malarial fever, at the home of his be absent several weeks. Mose proposes

sister. not appear to be on professional busi- parents on Duval street. to see the sights. Notice for Bids for the Erection of

ness,as he was met at the train by The Bond Trustees of the City of
WANTED four or fiveroomresidence. two charming and cheery young Misses Lula and Lillie McLeod, of Laces and Embroideries and White Live Oak, Florida will, on the first

Apply to Suraski Bros. ladies, who were evidently expectinghim. Bainbridge, Ga., are visiting rela- Goods will be on sale at special day of July, 1907. receive sealed bids

store. ti tives at Lancaster.T. I prices for two weeks, beginning Monday for the erection of a City Hall in

June 17th, and lasting until said city.

Mrs. E. S. Townsend left for St. J. Walker and daughter, Miss Saturday, June 29th. Mrs. A. G. Plans and specifications now on
The Baptists of the city will not
Augustine this morning, after a Zella, of Mayo, were here today, Lyons. file with said Trustees.
have any preaching service on Sun-
pleasant visit to relatives here. trading.F. Reserving ..the. right to reject any
day at 11 a. m.. but will worship
Eld. J. T. Butler returned from and all bids.
with in their
There will be about twenty candi- Presbyterians new C. Caldwell of Luraville, is in West Florida, St. Andrews Bay >es- M. L. BURNETT.
church, at which time there is to bea
dates for baptism at the Baptist the city today and favored the Democrat terday. He is wonderfully Improvedin Chairman Board of Bond Trustees,
special service. There will be ser-
with a call. health and says that if he could City of Live Oak, Florida.A .
church Sunday night. vices at the Baptist church at 4 p. m.,
hate stayed there ten days longer
on Sunday, and at night, followedby Mrs. G. A. Lyons' millinery store is he believes he would have become en-
Miss Annie Lee Webster, accom-
Very Welcome Visitor.
the ordinance of baptism.Iso
the scene of some rare bargains in 'tirely well.
panied Mrs. Geo. Wolfe and Misses
Sunday-school at 9:45. white goads, laces and embroideries.Take I + .bfi
Blanche and Helen Wolfe to Well-
born Rev. Philip Dowling, of Live Oak.
today. Remember the lace and embroidery a look at the show windows has about decided to cast his lot with

I sale at the Ladies' Emporiumnext at the Ladies' Emporium and get an I! the people of Starke. We gladly welcome -i

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- idea of how the prices will be on lace such an addition to our citizen-I

FOR RENTFour I day. See the window display to be and embroidery during the sale next II.!ship and believe Mr. ,

sold at lOc jard. These prices do not I week. 14-3t : made a good choice, as there is not :

go into effect until Tuesday June another city in the state of Starke's

. 18th, at 8 o'clock a. m. 14-3i I i i I size that is so pleasant to reside in.-
nice offices to let in the I I Starke Telegraph. i iI

Lewin Building. Can be had '. :
The committee on entertainment !I

in suits if wanted. 1.Centrally of the bar association of which Col. June Brides I| Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Roy !

located. Arid water L. E. Roberson is chairman have I I Adams and Miss Marie Thaggard, and

sewerage selected lion. C.1.. Cooper, of Jacksonville I Mr. H.1.. Parish and Miss Mildred

connections in the Building. i who is to address the as- 'Adams, left Jasper for an evening's

Moderate rent. sociation at the July meeting. lie !drhe to Suwannee Springs. When "Gifts may come and gifts !
has been a great politician but has they had reached Tiger Creek, a mile "
but the of
may go, giving
retired from political life. He once !out from town, their teams were halted i
under the wide spreading branchesof Candy goes on forever. And
area represented this district in congress.
pot Y One five room cottage to The selection is an admirable one and an old cak tree, and Rev. C. W. I we may add, that if the)

let. This is right in the heart the a.. : :tion will be gratified by I Smith, appearing on the scene, spoke the present takes the shapeof j

.mittencent of the city and is conveniently Mr. Cooper's address.An I the words which made Mr Adams a box of our delicious BonBons j
ldd I and Miss Thaggard twain one flesh.
located for businessman. the gift will be always]
some Will be delighted if you send !I After the quiet little ceremony in welcome We
additionally
ordnance is being published
P. 0- from I this cool shaded wood and the expression -
Bridal present
the city them a j have made a reputation for
today, which empowers wishes :
; and best
of greetings ,
.I1dJ.t marshal or other police officer to ar our exquisite line of Diamond i from the three witnesses, the bride ourselves as makers of the !

. We have some rest any person under the influence ol and other high-grade jewelry I land groom proceeded on their way ; highest grade of confections,

dam.1i0i. good liquor, take him before the court, i ito the Springs and Rev. Smith, and i and we are determined to I
5. Properties and compel him to tell where he got! I' Mr. Parish and Miss Adams, returned i uphold that reputation by

his whiskey, and if he refuses, he maLe y !' to town to tell the news. Miss offering only the purest,

s For Sale considered in contempt and sub- i I'Thaggard is one of Jasper's most freshest. and sweetest of j
J.Yol1o1& jected to fine and imprisonment beautiful and highly accomplished I
and at moderate
This law, enacted by the last legi:i :young ladies. Mr. Adams a son of products prices.

\ r Apply to the undersigned for lature, will have a tendency to breat;; i if !' Hon. and Mrs. Frank Adams, is Solicing your further patronage
;
il
1). i up blind tigers to a great extent, q a successful young business man and
.nIl lit1Jl.U further information. it is properly enforced. We hope oui the efficient head of The Hamilton Respectfully yours.

,;ow II officers will give it a fair trial. Then::1 RAi5FORDw :Trading Company, and tteir friends,
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. < I Florida Book & News Co.
are tigers in Live Oak, and the who are many, will join the News in
1I1arPIght. i!: ought to be caught up with and II wishing for them a long and useful :
EDWARREALTY willful fa The JewelerI and Owner and I II
CO. punished. They are hie with much happiness peace CC. COOK I
be punished a s News Manager.
should
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.) breakers, and OAK fLA. oi mind Jasper I

Lewin Building, Room 3. such. 1

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f COUNTRY. DT FRAUD. His Royal Kidlets.

WANTS DAPRAY BOUXCED. "The officer now on duty here, SURPRISED THE Queen En-Oh, p&pa.1rhat

however styles himself the military for Teachers think Little Alfonso da
Applicants
XewYork.. egro. Pio Cl
N Adjutant General Foster Tired of the adviser of the governor.* though the Gov. Hughes of Fare in Alacfaua County. Eduardo Francisco Gufllenaa
state orders his status The Two-Cent Passenger
only defining
West 1'01a111art1ad Said to Presume Bill. (Gainesville Sun 13th.) Enrique Eugino Fernando
announce him as Inspector and Instructor. -

_ Too Much on His Job. .* Albany N. Y., June l..--GOT. J. L. Kelley County Superin- Venander spoke his first Yard t daT.
Public Instruction, an- King Alfonso-Great!
(Times-Union. June 10th. Hughes yesterday vetoed the bill Instituting of .b4.kaf
General's Duties. did papa's boy ? '
Adjutant that he has detected some say
Something of a sensation -win be a Cat passenger rate of
Queen
occasioned In military circles by the The adjutant general is the chief cents a mile on everrailroad system among some of the col- Ena-Manna--pQ. -

Information, given out yesterday, to I!I of the governor's military staff and In te state more than 150 mll in the recent examina-
in A Lesson '
for positions in
the effect that Adjutant General as such as he is the administrativehead long. The governor points out applicants of Health \ :"

Foster baa requested Governor of the state military depart- the passage of the bill was not preceded county schools, a number Healthy kidneys filter the imps

Broward to appoint a court of Inquiry ment. by the legislative investigationor having in their the possession ties from the blood, and 1U1leaa the :. .

other "As it is Impracticable for the suitable inquiry under the authority which furnished ques- do this good health laFoley's -
or Institute some form answers in advance and ImIlOlllible.
to give personal attentionto of the state. Kidney Cure
governor makes .
of investigation as to certain complaints been studied
ad- the fixing of this rate predicated had evidently kidney and bladder diseaseT
which all of the details of military "Nor is
he has submitted to the. those holding them. It.
ministration, the adjutant general on reports or statistics by strengthens the whole
system
governor In connection with a formal I Kelley further atJ. '
must act for him in minor or routine ficially collated which would permita Pharmacy. 7/.
for the revocation of the QT
application that he has secured some In-
direction fair conclusion as to the justice I t
I maters and under his specific -
assignment to duty with the -!
organized I these
along
of Importance ,
to .
wtih reference Don't
its operation waste time
where more important con- trying to
1 militia of this state of Major cause considerable bapre*
i railroads within its purview. may people with the
siderations involved."In importance
J. A. the United States officer are of
E Dapray. before the end has been josr
also in part:
be- The governor says own importance.
view of this relationship
who has been serving in the
the railroad .
the of
"Injustice on part
capacity of Inspector and instructor.It tween the Commander-in-chief and toward the public second day of the examina-

has been known for his military secretary or adjutant corporations Will Cure Consumption .
generally the Kelley under the direct su-
does not justify injustice on
general, it is clear that no intermediary A. A. Herren. Finch Art
t i some time that the relations between of the state toward the railroad of whom the examination writer:

the United States officer and many of officer is contemplated. porations. The action of government conducted discovered this "Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
preparation for
the state officers bare not been of a Will Answer People. should be fair and impartial and upon and forthwith notified four ap- coughs colds aaj
lung trouble. I know
i most cordial character, and that this citizen whatever his Interest that under no condition that ft hu
"For my official acts, I am respon- every cured consumption In the first
grate official as well as personals is entitled to insist. The they be granted certificates stags.
to your excellency, and may be You never heard of any
oneFoley's
difference hare existed. that those in control of railroad corporations county. These four applI- tafej
I removed for cause; but, if I may be Honey and Tar and not
of grossly consequently took their leave. being
have been
guilty
ti Il o card Was Inactive. permitted to say so. governor, I must satisfied. City Pharmacy fc. .
improper financiering and of illegal has been something radical-
also answer directly to the people of
About two months ago Gen. Foster and injurious discriminations in some person securing
the state for the successful administration Dear.
i formally requested of the governor charges, points clearly to the necessity of these papers in advance :
of this office, for it is by theirsuffrage "Before we were married ,_
- that application be made to the you caned -
war 'I of effective state action, but examination. It is stated that .
for the 1 that I hold it. me 'darling;' now you seem .
department recall of
Major eon-
not require or warrant arbitrary druggist at Tallahassee se-
"This being so, it is obvious thatj tent to call me 'dear. **
i Dapray. and the inference is that
prisals. In dealing with these ques- possession of them in some

the governor having taken no actionIn i j any outside interference with the tions democracy must demonstrateits and he was arraigned in the "You weren't so dear to me before .

the matter the 1! plans and policies of this department marriage as you are now; your father
adjutant general capacity to act upon deliberation court of the district in which

feels that he has i, cannot but be a serious embarrassment I paid your bills."Houston
not been sustained and to deal justly. Is located, when one negro posts

and has for that reason applied for to me, and must necessarily When the veto message had a teacher testified that she

an official investigation to determine !'operate to the disadvantage of the read in the assembly, Mr. Baldwin negro $15 for a set of the Cured Hemorrhages of the Longs*

whether or not he was justified. upon :i service as well. who introduced the bill moved Fraud was also detected In "Several years since my lungs were

the grounds stated, in making his Asks Dapray's RecalL it be passed notwithstanding the objections i county and the next to dis I so badly affected that I had many

request. of the governor and the motion and fraud was Su I hemorrhages," writes A. M. Ale, of

I "In applying for the revocation ol lie the table. This I Wood, Ind., "I.took treatment
After notifying the governor that 1 on was car.ried. Kelley. with
the assignment of this officer the
unless directed not to do so, he wouldmake It reuires a two-thirds vote several physicians without any bene

public the fact of his having I above are grounds which appeal moot of each house to repass a bill Ward of Dyersburg Tenn., fit. I then started to take Foleyi

applied for an Investigation, and the I I directly to me, but a more general the governor's veto. "This Is to certify that I have Honey and Tar, and my lungs are
is that in his official association
reason
correspondence in the case, Gen. Fos I Laxative Fruit Syrup for now as sound as a bullet. I recommend -

ter has given out, wlthotu comment., with other officers in our stateI The Magic Xo. 3. s I constipation and it has it in advanced stages of hug

I I service his methods have not beensuch Number three is wonderful trouble." Foley's and
the following which is a copy of his I mascot without a doubt to be a Honey Tar

original letter to the governor: as to establish those cordial relations for Geo. H. Parris, of Cedar practical remedy for this and prevents serious results from a

which must exist to enable Grove Me., according to a letter cold. Refuse substitutes. City Pharmacy
and it is with pleasure I
Gen. Footer's Letter. him to accomplish the purposes for which reads: "After suffering much $t*
conscientious reference.
"April 22, 1907. which he has been sent here; this is with liver and kidney trouble and dw I

"Hon. X B. Broward, Governor of established by the complaints and expressions becoming greatly discouraged by the Very Definite.

Florida Tallahassee, Fla. I of dissatisfaction which failure to find relief, I tried Electric "What is your son spending the

I "Sir: In accordance with the cling or i t have come to me. Bitters, and as a result I am a well Ask Uncle. most effort on at college, Mr. Down- I'

paragraph of my report to youunder "If it is the desire of your excellency man today. The first bottle relievedme i'j Do you pack your winter rite?"

date of March 5, 1907 relative these matters can be formally and three bottles completed the away in camphor? "My money."-Baltimore Ameri

to certain official actions of presented to you but I take the post cure." Quaranteed best on earth for No. I let my relatives attend can.

tion that the fact that stomach, liver and kidney troubles '
Major John A. epray. the UnitedStates Major Daprayis My 'uncle, I guess could

1 officer> on duty with the entirely out of sympathy and accord by Barclay & Groover, druggists what he does with It- There is no case of indigestion BO

organized militia of this state I have with the established military depart Price. 50 c. dw* Statesman. matter how obstinate that will not

the honor to request that he be re ment of the state is sufficient reason be speedily relieved by the use of K>

for asking that he be relieved from Worry is one of the things that
lieved of his official connection with will make Inquiry it will be dol. Kodol contains the same juices
his present assignment. Very refuse to bump the bumps.
respectfully -
this department. to you how many suc- found in a healthy stomach. Conforms -

This action is taken only after kidney or bladder troubles to the Pure Food and Drags
II "J. CLIFFORD R. A prompt, pleasant, good remedyfor *
mature deliberation, resulting in the FOSTER form or another. If the pa- Law. Sold by City Pharmacy. d
coughs and colds is
"Adjutant General.: Kennedy'sLaxative
i conclusion that the differences which not beyond medical aid, Fo-
. Cough Syrup. It contains
have arisen between this officer and Cure will cure. It never Located.
S There Are Few no opiates and does not constipate.
myself as well as his differences City Pharmacy. dw Dentist-Which tooth Is It that
stops the cough and heals the Children like it. Sold by City Pharmacy
lungs,
with the heads of other military departments troubles you, my man?

and senior officers of the people who know how to take care d.Don't Nature Study. Pullman Porter-Lowah Jive, sal

troops are such as cannot be ad of themselves-the majority do not. they talk of flowers shooting, -Puck.
justed. The liver is a most important organin borrow trouble. If you haven ?"

the body. Heroine will keep it i the borrowing habit borrow money. "
I The methods employed by MajorDapray i my son. For scratches burns cuts Insect

in the condition. V. C. Simpkins Alba I they do it with their "
discharge of his official Don't! pistils? bites and the many little hurts common
Texas, writes: "I have used Heroine
duties have American.
resulted in a great deal DeWItfi
of friction for Chills and Fever and find it the Don't let your child suffer withBallard's to every family use
and I am forced to believe Salve. Sold
best medicine I ever used. I would Horehound Syrup a sure A Carbonized Witch Hazel
that he has an erroneous conception Happy Mother d'
not be without it. It is as good for cure for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza I- that her by City Pharmacy.
of the character and purpose of his baby is properly
3 detail to children as it is for grown-up people, Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. -to do this
duty In this state. a good purga- when they
and I recommend it. It is fine for Buy a bottle and try it. B. B. Laughter. Most people look grave
necessary. Many babies suf-
Provision for DeUiL LaGrippe." Sold by Suwannee Drug Bybalia, Miss., writes: "I have worms and their mothers are buried in thought.

Company. dw* two children who had I
tried
croup.
The detail of a United States officer It-if your baby is fever-
many different remedies but I must lie Fired the Stick."I .
to duty in this state Is made.nd. doesn't sleep at nights, it is rw
., the Killed Alligator in His Yard. say your Horehound Syrup is the best have fired the walking-stick
following provision of the with worms. White's
of t
act of E. O. Flood cashier of the State Croup and Cough medicine I ever Cream carried over 40 years on account
congress of January 21, 1903:
' Bank, had an experience with an alligator used. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company will clean out these sore that resisted every kind of treatment
'Upon the application of the
t gov last Friday night that would dw in a mild pleasant way. Once until I tried Bucklen's Arnica
error of
any state or territoryfuralsbed and
i
with material of undertb. remind one of the pioneer days of ) used. Give it a trial. Salve; that has healed the sore
war
this settlement. Baby Really Talked.Mr. cents. made me a happy man" writes John
provisions of this act or former Sold by Suwannee
laws Going home late at night, he went New pop (to his baby in long I Garrett, of North ?Mills, N. C. Guaranteed
of
congress, the of
secretary to the back door of his residence and clothes-What kind of eyes have dw for Piles, Burns, etc., by Barclay
war may. in his discretion, detail dY'
one opened it, when to his surprise a you, baby? & Groover, druggists. 25c.
J or more officers of the army to reportto These Wicked Men
seven-foot 'gator, lying almost at the Baby (gurgling-Goo! goo!-
the governor of such state or ter- did you leave the when
room so forward
door step, sprang forward and began Boston Record. Put your best foot
story for duty in connection with the ?
pair
i blowing savagely. Mr. Flood had no you go into a store to try on a
organized militia. All such answered
assignments weapon except a small pistol, which Ancient Rome S young Mrs. of new shoes.A .
may be revoked at the requestof wouldn't have "Charley is beginning to
made
an impression on
1 Is
now merely
the a memory of the past. the
y governor of such state or territory the weather. I
approve
iron-clad 'gator hence he went Ballard's Snow Liniment is the of Fortunate Texan.
a family is
or at the pleasure of thsecretary e going to say, St
of foraging among the neighbors for liniment of the twentieth century. A it though I Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107
war. arms and munitions proper for me to the
finally hear "la
pressingMr. positive cure for Rheumatism, Burns, -ouis St., Dallas, Tex., says:

No Pulley DictaUr. Alva Robinson and his big gun Cuts Sprains, :Neuralgia. etc. Mr. C. Star. past year I have become acquainted

"It Is not contemplated under the into service. Meanwhile the 'gatorwas H. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo., writes: with Dr. King's New Life PillS M"
lying quietly in the moonshine "I have used Snow who Is In perfect health tried so effectually
above provision of the federal law Liniment for so no laxative I ever before

: that an officer so detailed shall under probably meditating on the possibility Rheumatism and all pain. I can'tsay do an honest day's work when disposes of malaria p4

take to dictate a military policy to of getting a handout if her enough in its praise." Sold by has much for which he biliousness." They don't grind nor
knocked
at the back door. Several GrOOverdrug
Suwannee Drug Co. &
dw be gripe. 25c at Barclay
thankful.
the state, nor that he shall maintaina shots fired Into a vulnerable part of Mr. L. C. Rod- **
store.
hypercritical attitude-but of sym his armor sent him to the happy Freedom of speech has enabled Branchton Pa., writes that

pathy with the administrative headof where not only the
swamps good unable
'gators go. many a man to give it to himself in to work, but There Is something wrong with
the state military department. The Flood residence is near Lake stoop *&"
the neck. over to tie his own minister who preaches eternal
The primary purpose is to oMirror, and the saurian had crawled Six ; a
bottles of Foley's piness and is unable to general
vide an Instructor; one competent to up in search of tid-bits that might beIjing Kidney ]
All stomach troubles a new smile.
teach the various organizations the about the back yard.-Lake- are quickly man of him. He

details of military science; though it land News. relieved by taking a little Kodol after to Foley's Kidney Bladder ?&

Is understood of course, that he shall each meal. Kodol goes directly to City Pharmacy. dw* are DeWitt's unequaled Kidney for and Backache weak

give to the state authorities such the seat of trouble
When you feel the need of a pill strengthens the kidneys inflammation of the Dodder

advice upon military maters as he take a DeWitt Little Early Riser. digestive organs digests what you is a nuisance, no mat- and all urinary troubles. A ** "

may be called upon for. Sold by City Pharmacy. A9 eat. Sold by City Pharmacy. d* i is.particular kind of a nui- treatment for 25 cents. Sold W tJa



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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 19O7.

)IN..ge to Democracy. 000.000

Judge Itldor RaTD r. United States Coal and to iron 91.400,000.000 for 1907. 1905. the increase for the rest of the M< I U M I 111 M I 11 M 1111 >'M i i III t M I I'i 11I
production too. has
Senator from Maryland, recently de made advances country was but 8.4 per cent.The :
since 1889 which
rered the following message to the In that nobody South's railway mileage in 19-
day ever exPected to V
see
Democrats of the country which is "In manufacturing too the South 07 66.000 miles, equals that of the I SEABOARD
worthy of careful consideration
of has been transformed in the past two entire United States in 181;. at the
Democrats who hare the Interest of
heart : decades. Besides every plantation a time of Grant's second election The : :
at
the party ;

"Of course." said Senator Rayner :mill bales has of cotton risen. retained Of the for 4,627,000 wealth of the whole country in the i':+ Airline Railway. _

, "we all appreciate the fact that when tion In consump- aggregate was $16.000,000,000 at

, : a new Issue arises the Democratic half the United States in 1906, the time of Lincoln's first election in I

', party must take Its stand upon one ern mills.was manufactured Several of the in the Southern South- I860, and its increase was slight I| Savannas, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

'.' the other, and necessarily between that date and
aide or as new Issues states Raleigh Richmond Washington Baltimore
are taking a high rank in the Appomatox. The ,
develop parties must enlarge and value of the South'sreal
ex
I"4 manufacture of iron and steel. The Philadelphia and New York
I- pand. No one desires to restrict the capital and personal property is over
Invested
In the South's mills
Democratic party either to a dead issue of all sorts is $20,000,000,000 in the Rooseveltian +

1 or simply to those that existed at about 1.700,000,000 an days. Socially and politically as
Increase TWO
of more than $500.000.000 ELi t1NT TRfllNS DOILY
the time of its formation. since well as industrially and financially, I
1900.
h-c "Now. bare we any principles? I mills in 1906 while the products of Its the South is scoring notable conquestin

think we hare. Has the Republican aggregated $2,225,000000 our time. It has ceased to be the i
a gain of nearly Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
$800,000,000
party stolen them? 1 acquit them of In six hewer of wood and the drawer of +

the charge. I think that they are years. From the South's gate- water for the rest of the country. In

entirely Innocent. and I don't believe in ways 1906 on the Atlantic and the Gulf. matters of politics it is beginning to i

that they hare any felonious intentor amounted the to merchandise exports I be consulted once more by party Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ..
678000000. t.
design whaterer to appropriatethem. pared with as com- leaders. There is a good chance thatit

Is the I'reildent a Democrat! 1119000.000, for the might furnish the democratic pres- +
ports
of the
rest of the
I most respectfully deny it. country--on idential candidate for 1908. In the [

Senator Hayner after showing the the lakes.Atlantic While the the South Pacific and the eighteen years which have elapsed ,I The Jamestown Exposition Line

lines that divided the two parties increased its since Jefferson Davis' death a new

said: "We must not yield the slightest exports by 14.2 per cent in 1906 over richer and greater South has risen." ,+ NORFOLK. VA.

fraction of the supremacy of the I
I Excursion Tickets Sale
States over their own local and domestic on Daily
FLORIDA RAILWAY-
concerns. This Is our heritageand it

must not barter it for For full information
we wealth SCHEDULE and Sleeper reservations call on. any agentof
for progress or prosperity. Prosperity CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. EL ANB A. C. L. KY. AT LIVE OAK. + Seaboard or write,

may be only temporary, but the foundations "AD DOWN. CENTRAL TIll& i S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Gent Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. ,
READ tIP.
of the republic are perpetual.
xa I No. L Hill MH"M'M' ***** *******H I H 11 >
i "In the next place, we are opposedto
ed"1ft. Marl Nat I No.I..
governmental paternalism It Is a .17 and Mail Local Fd
Except Exrteea T. A TlONS. and Daily
reproach to Jefferson to claim that Sunday. D.uI7. Express Except
I
If he were living he would be In favor Daily Sunday.

,. of It. I predict with great reaped 1
I 11to 11-
i 1 30 a m I ao Lr. - --Live Oak_,. .
!, to others who may differ with p m -- .-.. .... Ar 50 a m
S P m
\ me. that the day will never come 1 50 a m t 3. p m Lr-....._ --- -- --.Porter L I
v.
to 30 a S 20 pm {
p when the Government of the United 805 a m aspm L Y...__ ._S I ...... Ly. .
La to%2 .
m bWpm
? States will own and operate the railroads 610 a m a W6 p m Lv._-.-_.._L&nier._,..._..._.. Lr.10
of the country. u LO .m' 45 pmi
so a mI 08 pm Lv -- Kirk ..nd I
Lv'
Let us give the present railroad s.5 1010 a m 40 pmIL
40 a In 4 19 pm Ar__..... Wilmarth, __ ... Ly. mI I
law a fair test and trial and If it does 1000. 4 20
850 a m Ly. _._..-W mart.h--_... .. Ax pmt.
not answer the purposes of its enactment .. 1UIe 11a! -
.10. Ar_....
m -LuraYille.- ,
let us extend its provisions and II 30 a m LY__._..... --LuraYIUe--=:: I
----

supplement its remedies so that it 9 50 a m Ar.__.___...____Wilmal'tb 4.s Sick

will meet any emergency that may l0 00 a -4---Lv...,.........._._.Wi1mar Ar 9 $1. I Livers
arise. There is one proposition bow 0.& 415 p m :
1010 a m 'U p m Lv. _. -.Suwannee RiY r_......-Ly
ever that the Democratic party must 2.8 9 55. m t 12 pm
10 20 a m 4 30 p miLv__.*_.Norwuod- Ly
contend for in this connection and 1.2 t t5 a m S ')7 p D A PURELY VEGETABLE

............ .. .
that is it must demand a complete 10 30 a m 4 40 p m Ar ? .Maya. _...... L. 3i ml
10 40 a m Lv._- ........_.May_----.. .. Ar -9 a _3 h p m2s COMPOUND- :
obedience to the existing statute.

0 bo a m Ar .AIWa-.... _Ly.a I
railroad and officers
The presidents 10 b5 III LY._____.A Zton.........".... ...-.... -\r. I I.Mayo. CONSTIPATION. DYSPEfV
of our trunk lines must be made CURES
1105 a m _IAr........ ...._ ... ._....... ._. Ly. I QUICKLY SIA, MALARIA. CHILLS and tALL
once and forever to realize that they ...... __ UVER COMPLAINTS.A .
1110 4 C mLY-- May A.r.
a m p 9 GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases
are the servants and not the mastersof -1-) mml produced by P
11 2a am'' 49 p Lv_..__....._.San PedN .w .__.._1tI\r. TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased -
the people. 1.t 930ama25pm today save you sick spell tomorrow.
1126 am', i2 ......_.....Sal ... Ly. i may m
After suggesting a platform upon pmjLY- 9Ruad.- 9 Zvi a man pm

which all Democrats could unite 11 f6 a", t 10 p mLY--, .___---Aal..101-25 _Ly. 9 06 am I i45pm CUBED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTEB I

Senator Ha>ner closed by saying: 54 a III, i 11 p IL. .-.Cha ::n.... ...Ly. .00. m 235 pRo ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED ,

"If we advocate principles that are 06 a In 5 27 pm _._.._.....__ s ...- Ly. 8 53 a m I iso Mrs. W. A. WniteweU. Emory Tex.,

not Democratic and be again defeated I Ly_ ._P'enhoUowa__...Lv. pm writes: "My child had chills and fever
16 535 ----
at the polls then it looks to me as If a m Dm I 26 8 45 am1, Z 10 P m for four years. We tried all kinds of
I ,_ ack.y- ....._Lv. and of
U -" medicines finally ma acquaintance
ami tJ De7
L the hour of disintegration was at p mtv--- 133 a 135 pm V'V

hand because the that has 12 at 50 _.__....._..... __ -.... _..Lv. I II. mine recommended Herbioe. We used
only thing m I' pill I. 830 a mil 20 p m three bottle, and the child is now completely -

. kept us alive through all the strange cured. Yon hue my permission
to publish this testimonial as I cheerfully i J
vicissitudes of our fortune is the fact (d) Telegragh or Telephone Stsuos (D f1.&JI: Station. Irl R"'fist.er. (a) Regular 5t<'l>. (a recommend Uerbine to all mothers

t that we have never jet wholly aban- a.eacy Station T P. AIsvoN 5uperinteDdent. having children afflicted as mine." 5

doned the historic tradition of our illS Ce er AgentLiveOak UlfiE BOTTLE. Me GET THE GEJfULlE '

( faith and have never yet. upon all thepages -.-, ------ ----- --- --- t
BAllARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
of our history sounded a final ,
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
retreat. Garage !

"If the Democratic part will only ,.F{

follow Jeffersonian precepts and axi- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
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oms without attempting a revised edi 3

tion that he would repudiate if he Equipped for repairing and storing

were living; if it would only unite Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

upon essentials and not divide upon Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. IiveOa Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co I Ii

nonessentials; if it will only standby Also sell the well known Columbia bat- i

the old ritual and not attempt to tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs i Schedule KHetthe, May 1'J. 1907.
alter It to suit economic clique
every .
in stock. Exclusive agent for --
-" or mongrel denomination that is willing kept WEST BOUND FAST BOCMDMail

to banners Savill Vulcanizing Works Jacksonville. 1ST.CLASa I 120.CLAS$ 1ST. CLASS 2sm
carry Itself under its ; 1 Passea- '
&.|PasseA-!Fri and I Mad 6t PaaaenPasa. rt
if It will only abandon the worship of Sample of this work can be seen here. Pass. trer. I Pass \ gerNo. .er i 1

temporary Idols that are broken Into LIVERY No.1. i Nab. I N fragments with the close cardinal FOR Sunday Daily ex. Daily 'Sunday Sa ndajr.Dar x i f
Principle that will remain immutable The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in I Daily. i! Only bunJay.A ., ex. San: Only only S I

for four. M. P. M. I P. 11. J I P. M 'i P M. A. M.
: so long as the republic lasts regardless Livery seating capacity Leave 1 Leave Leave I Arrive Arrive Arrive
8 00, 2 00 del .. oak. .. .. ...... ( 4 uii 6 00 10 OX
: of the fact whether parties discard 8 18) 21* .........'' ''''._StarrMareer.. .. .. ...... 1 S 471 6 44 9 441 1 1S
them or not-then 1 believe T. AL CHASTAIN 8 22))) 222 i 07 :: .........:::::::::.. ...';'..:.. :. .:......J.1 j 34* C rfSSV 40, 9 40,
8 ill 2 25ES PA.-: : .. .. ... .:. ... .. 40 s 9 a7
t that our mission is by no means ended 34 t 341 a !1 ..................... LancasterChancey ........ '....,.... I S 2*| 9 281 l920LV\l// t
but that from the Gas Engineer Proprietor Ar j 45 Ar 2 L1 IAr $4.5..................DowIiDIf Park ..... ........' 26'I I 520ILw .
t emerging apatsy Ly S 4o Ly 4 4.J. Lw =... ....._.... WwGng Park ............,.... \\Ar 9 S liLY s 10'L
s4! 44.J I Ar 9 14 A/
and lethargy that now envelopes 91 .. ..
Phone 8 S7j! 4 57! 1 M.:::::.:::::::,_:::Jday* Jmac :,':'::,:..::::::: 3 5 gf) 507 S Oa,, 9 9 Oa rfOB'
v*. w. shall be recalled to life to resame log.flTAY'ABSOLUTELY .
890. 100) 4 ;......- ..................Da),_. ....., ..... ........ a 4 00 Lv 9 00 j
the activities normal .- Ar 890fl
of our o.Utcaee ... .. .... .7o... ......... ............. SM 4
and to the accomplishment of . .. . .. .... 91*{ 616 5J* :. .Taw eend .. .. .. .... 2 4 Ml i {
our historic BOTTLED. ... ....... 9251 I 625, i j:::::::.: :..j:::::'.... ....: ....... .2 44f 4 34!
destiny. .. 94* 381 .....:....... Ftalu.B.way .. ...... .. 01O 4 18, 1
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JrOVmoa hi"I. sli ul"I OUHO to V MAYO AM AL1OV I1KV.NCII. [

S Ufe lie Uouldu't Kuon the ,

t tioutle.t WEST HOUr"D-, EAST SOU i

< ** j'rt & >-rt. & Pane Pares Fri & Fet.&e tL
AN1ea4 Jff.rtM>& Dlvis died a- .__s. Pass. : ser wet L!: : Pa.a y

rectally as lhS9. he would hal dh Look for the Coca-Cola Crown and Label and you are \o.7. No 9. So. 11. Not 13. : Na a. Na;

know the Sowth if he should rrturu the best drink of Coca-Cola obtainable The. DaiDaily Sunday Suday 0aiTy
guaranteed ex.Sun. Only OnlyAM.
\ sun
0 H today The greet Southern proof ingredients are always exactly correct, insuring '" ""
proportionate
dact uniform drink all the time; DO over P. M. A. J.L PSL i 1 i A. M. ;. P.
his lime cotton I* still M. you a good, contend Leave Leave Leave LeaveS :Ames Arri
under carbonating or poor mixing to 53i ..... -.bra 7al -
preme weetenme i*) 4 40 9 40 i ij" JJfaetiea.-- i I
ameag a. commoditiest and keep .
for the bottled product aiwajs. your 4 ; 953 SC50b VV
Call :
ftwlat prices. and from the pre'rnteetiook with.refrigerator stocked. Bottled and guaranteed by the it :3's 10 10 03.i 105 553j .'.:. :::::: : :..>temNJiyoL :VV.777: : :!. 7 ILY i i .

cotton Including the sfd Co. Aril i* s Ar ;5 4An.. 25 15 .. Alton ... Ly 711
'111 bring f700.0tf0.wo Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling I
; to the plan
made Park for all
Connection at Dowhr.g
Regular stop.
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l' IW As a yearly income JACKSONVILLE from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connet
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trepa this source this sum was und linen call on any ticket >enL Trains makes connection at Li\j .

med of In the South when Davh. Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. :r k

teL \&d the South' other agrl- .1. I EE rNMC-V: I'r -i.lent. 1:_ P. HOPKIXi,.. i
Ham.ton,
hJt&rea1 Dl"Lribuor" Sawannet S. T. GIUMSIIAAN uperintenllenLA
-us Products. in the aggregate ]Live Oak Bottling Wnrl-c" + .Taylor and LaFayette counties
ring anywhe:'e f.om $1.000.-
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The following Is the program turtle + .


CHURCHES :. Doxology.Invoeation.moraine. .service: i\I r:I OMOiO'A POPULAR SUMMER SCHOOLIn .. 1 ..


\\MftT.W'P ...taT. } Voluntary, "Lead Kindly Light,",
Practice, Stenography, Typewriting, Telegraphy |
''I I I I . I I I I I I I quartet: Mrs San burg, Miss Ada Mae j : Training will be conducted at the : : -=__
r- Roberson, Messrs. F. W. Butler and I f and English ___
F.pi.c+op.1 Cbuda.I D. E. Horn. !: '-.'"
I Hymn. No. 72 I:t -
Service at tie Episcopal church to- : ..
korrow at 11 a m., and 1:.5 p. m. Scrtpture lesson. :0;
Prayer.Hymn. :t .
Celebration of Holy Communion at I 9 s r
Xo. 7 9. :
1 a. "m-. Instead of .:It a. Dla 9y

of the fact that It is three kttir- O Senary.
Quartet "Why Stand Ye Idle." 0;
red years tooornnr: since the Holy

ommsnlon was drat celebrated In Sermon. :0t
$ Constitutional Ques-
Ids country by tike English colony at Propounding ..
:unestown Va. the third Sunday tions. 0;
to Pastor. + 9Z'
Charge
titer Trinity. Jane 1St,. .
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Charge to the People.
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Sunday school at 10 a. ra.
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Prayer.
All are cordially invited to attend.
t Hymn Xo. U6.Benediction. a ,

The Metbodut Church.Tbe :
I Sermon at night. I I "
I I pastor feels that be was very For Short Practical and intensely interesting courses of study for Sums I

anate In securing the services of Second Advent Christian Church. i work have the best. Soecial class in Penmanship by the month- /
I \ C. W. Irvin of the Xorth-West mer we
Regular services Sunday June 16. 65O.OO $75.00 : O.
Texas Conference to fill his pulpit ; Scholarships: $40.00, ill{
morning and evening at 11 o'clock; [
1 omorrow. The people called
and 7:45 o'clock. The morning subject -;
I Ii
t iethodist are always glad to bear '
I will be "What Evidences Have i i'I
i Y heir preachers from a distance and SOUTHERNBUSINESSCOLLECECor.
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We that We Are Christians?
; The an their friends to worship
The subject at night will be, "Will
.
I ritb them tomorrow.Tbe
Sunday-school meets at S:45 Any Kind of Doctrine Save Us?" I Ohio Ave. and Conner St. j
The will speak at both ser
pastor
i m..with Prof. J. E. Wood in charge. -
I Preaching at 11 a. m., and S p. m., vices. :! LIVE OAK FLORIDA -
Sunday-school at 10 a. m.
> Rev. C. W Irvin.
y G. S.
I The Junior League invites all the Prayer meeting, Tuesday night at ; L. M. HATTOX, STEPHENS, .

rounger people to meet with them 7:45 o'clock. President and Proprietor
Every body( cordialy invited to attend -,t" :::1.
t it 2.30 p. m.

The Epworth League will meet at these service J,w,0,'D u D u i i 0 u.i il IT fflftriflt ft'MH f frft nf_?-?"-'I-s-s' aA 'aA-aAa-sa--f f f f ...:

I 1:39 p. m... and all the members are --
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reed to be present and to bring City Council Proceeding*. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I.
tome one with them The League Continued from i.6et..
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; neetings are "worth while" Come was" instructed to secure such helpas

Baptists Have Experience Meeting. I, and necessary name the, and streets proceed of the to city.number j LACE AND EMBROIDERY SALE I

four
Tomorrow afternoon at
Ordinance Xo. 59, introduced b>
I o'clock there is to be an interesting.J. 34. Barclay, a member of the city
:, the church. It is
meeting at Baptist I :
: council was put upon its first reading -
I. the lice of the old-
a meeting along
by sections. By vote of council,
; time experience meeting, at which said ordinance passed its first reading -

i ; time Christian people will have an By two-third vote of council, !i Days
opportunity to testify to the saTing 3 Only
i the rules were now waived, and said .
grace of God and also to the joy thereIn
ordinance was" put upon its second
Is the Christian religion. Messrs.
; reading by title only. By vote of i
Carter. Hardee, FrinV. Dr. !
Mays council it passed its second readin;. : STRICTLY FOR CASH
West and several others are expect .
Said ordinance was now put upon its .
ed to have something to say. Let I third reading and final passage, be- i Tuesday and
anybody man or woman who has .ing read by sections. Upon call of ; :. Wednesday, Thursday
received blessing during the recent
meeting, come out and say so. I the roll: the following vote was recorded I 1' June 18 19
and 20.
At night there will be a large is: i
crowd for baptism. The pastor A>es-C. H. Brown, J. M. Barclay I ,
S. J. White J. E. Wood, T. S. And-: .
doesn't to preach but will
propose .
erson and D. G. Bardin. I -
take about fifteen minutes' time to

tell the congregation about his plans Said Nays-ordinance Xone. Xo. 59 was now I : Never before have we had our entire stock on

for enlarging the church and about declared regularly passed and ordered ; special sale. This time have
the proposed Conference. We ex we arranged more
certified to the mayor for his approval
tend a special invitation to the friends, and the
of the congregation who do not belong i space whole stock will be found on display
There being further buslne.s.council ,
no
to the Baptist church. Come adjourned. ; tables and on each table the PRICE will be plainly
and let us tell you what we proposeto
CHAS. H. BROWN, I marked.
1 do. President of CounciLAttest i
I. The Sunday-school meets promtplj
: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. i
Eat 9:45 and since so many have

pledged themselves anew to this pa rte i Notwithstanding our prices are always the lowest, during this

of the work, it is expected that Local Overflow.John t SALE the biggest bargains ever known will be found.

will have a large school. Brethren,, tI
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see to it that the children get here,, F. Clark of Lura\iIIe, is in

... and to do this you will be obliged the city today. I i See the LACE and EMBROIDERY in the window -

if to come with them. On account ol .

the installation service at the Presbyterian H. L. Hough returned to Dunnel-Ii at lOcts.

church we will have nc]I Ion this morning.

preaching in our church at 11 a. m., I

but will worship with them in theii Mr. Vernon of Branford was here i These

new church. Mr. Ford the pastor,' on business today. prices will positively not go into -

was of considerable service to us

t during our conference and we greatly Mrs. Charlton Blackwell returned i effect until TUESDAY June 18th

appreciate It. from Jasper today.T. ,
a _____ ______ ___ i at 8 a. m.

H.1.P.U. B. Tone of Floral City is a .
.
The union meets at 7 o'clock. guest of the Ethel today.
All the members are requested tc

be present at this meeting as Mis: Mrs. Wilkinson returned from f'i

Bullock will continue her report oi f Branford last evening.Mrs. I THE LADIES EMPORIUM

the Jacksonville convention and will i

t talk on the work of the union. Hubert Johnson of Dowling

Let's have a full attendance. Park was here today shopping. ; McCall Patterns Free Delivery.

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t We call your attention again to the McAIpin this morning to make an arrest Miss Margaret Lee, of Green Cove' The entertainment

Installation services to be held tomorrow Springs, arrived here today and left at the Auditor-! Maybe.
ium last
morning at the Presbyterian night was not patronized says he
for Dowling Park on a visit. as First Artist-Splasher
church. Rev. E. W. Way oi C. G. Hunter and wife of Stein- it should have been. The boys have never paints anything but high art.
formed this I
Fernandina will preach at 11 o'clock,, batchee. were here today en routeto There was an old fashioned dance pense asking band at their own ex- Second Artist-Perhaps that 11
and immediately after the sermon, Jasper. no contributions from
at the picnic in Luraville yesterday.I the public, although the why the hanging committee al1i"a1I
the pastor will be installed. We are public is
glad to say that Brother Ridley and I A platform was" erected .a fiddler, as- most benefitted by a musical organ- hang his pictures above all the rest
A. J. Jones one of Branford's sisted ization of this
by another
with character.
his people will be with us at that stricks The expenses almost out of sight.Roseluf.Tbe
prosperous merchants was a guest of I furnished music the of
on violin and ar maintaining such
hour. A most cordial invitation is an organ-
the Brown house last night. !old-time "caller" ization and
tended to eevrybody and let ua kept the boys and paying an instructor are Exception."So .
come fully trusting in the Holy 1 girls moving Some of the gray and large and our people should really as- that beautiful Miss Peach h

Spirit and praying that it may be a Mrs. J. H. Gamble of Fargo, arrived bald-headed men present, who are sume them .but they are not asked to. married eh?" ,

blessed hour with all. The choir, here today, en route to Ross- now devout church members were The band will give these entertain "()h. yes-been married severs

has prepared some special music for burg to visit relatives.J. seen to sneak behind huge pines and ments every Friday evening and they years. All her old crowd's married
shake their feet to the tune of the should be liberally one wis2!
but
the occasion. There will be preaching patronized, as only And every man In it
music, and violently hug the pine to a small admission fee of have manie4
also at 7:45 p. m. Sabbath F. Gatlin and wife, of McAIpin, ten and fif- secretly that he could
the call of "swing teen cents Is s
your, partners. charged her "
school at 4 o'clock. Prayermeeting were here today just returning home includes which we believe himself.
every Wednesday night. The Ladies from Jacksonville. Mr. Gatlin is a skating. Rally around "Every man but one?" E
our band
illusionary Society will meet Tuesday sawmill man at McAlpin. Advertise it in The Daily. support at boys. They deserve your "Yes-her husband. Clevels
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OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY JCXE 17. 19O7. "'" ::




I GREAT STOCK REDUCTION SALE.



I C" Will Commence at Our Popular Price Store


June 21st for 1O Days only. \

This is our first sale for the past four years and to make it a success we decided to.

put our entire stock consisting of nothing but first class merchandise at reduced price

from 25 to 35 per cent.


Profit is no object. We are compelled to give this wonderful sale on account of our big overloaded stock. Our

fall goods will begin to arrive next month and we have no room for them, therefore remember, that every article in

I the store must go. Time is very limited as this sale will be strickly .for 10 days only. Don't miss the opportunity to

visit our store every day during these JO days as it will surely pay you, and furthermore, you do not always strike a
sale of this order. .


The Following Prices Will Lead You to Our Quarters.


50 Dozen mens dress shirts, consisting of following brands Cluets, Monarchs, and

Majesties sizes 14, 15 1-2, 16 and 16 1-2, worth from $1.00 to $2.00 Sale Price 89cts.


Elastic Seam Scriven Draws at 39c. Mosquito bars worth $1.50 at 98c. while they last. 25 Dozen men's Telescope hats -
all sizes worth from $1.75 to $2.50 going at 1.39 while they last. .

All our Blue Serge Pants from$3.00 to $5.00 going at $2.89. 100 Blue Sag Suits, single:and double breasted $12.50 to $15.00 "
sale: price $9.48.

44 inch silk Brilliantine sold usually at 75cts. during this sale at 44cts a yard.

: White wash neckties at 14cts. White duck hats 2Jcts. Solid color Organdies 9cts yard worth l5cts.a .


a l Greatest Stock Reduc-!, Don't Miss Coming No

lion Sale THE GLOBE STORE 'I Matter How Tar

That Ever Occured In You Live From

1 Surasky Bro Rropi's.LTBWINS .
LIVE OAK OAK
OLD CORNER LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.LIVE i
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j Hanging at Milton. made a fool of me two years ago.
She-I felt sure that something
Pensacola June 14. Nathan
happened in your past life that you
SALE o Woodall a negro. 21 years of age
REMOVAL o had never got over.-TIt-Blts.
was hanged In Milton near here today
o for having murdered Walter
Nowling, a young white man, last Hanging at Bradentown.
January, the crime being committed
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Tampa June 14.-Ed. Suber colored -
in Santa Rosa county. The hanging
aged 28, who killed his father.
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occurred at 11.40 o'clock, and thenegro's
j i A. Corey, eleven months ago, near
neck was broken. He died
Ellenton,in order to rob him of$%1%.
: almost instantly. The greatest crowd
At The Cash Suprise Store i which Corey had hidden in his house
:j I ever together at}Milton witnessed the
was hanged today at noon in the
hanging. Woodall spoke for an hour,
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,I county jail at Bradentown. This Is
t i advising the people of his race to
the second legal hanging in Manatee
mmmmmimmmmmnmmm( !!! !} :, lead better lives. He admitted his county.
,guilt but claimed that the act was
Two hundred negroes assembled
I I justifiable in the eyes of God and
about the jail but good order was
the build- :that he would go to heaven. He shawl -
We are Forced to vacate l ed no weakness or fright during his preserved and no undue excitement
occurred. Suber was baptized in the
talk of an hour and when he concluded -
jail half an hour before the hanging
,
assisted the sheriff in adjusting -
by a colored minister who in the
ing. the noose and the black cap.
I ____ absence of the usual facilities, placedthe
Still Evident.HeThat condemned man's head under a
; Entire stock must be sold at once. Our loss your handsome girl over there spigot and turned on the water.

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:ti Lace and Embroidery and all I

\k Racket Goods to be sold at factory I !Ii Airline Railway.

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. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
: i and New York.
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,. ( We must move and we i iI ,I Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail


,I. I sacrifice the i Ii.; ; Modern : Pullman : Equipment. t

: \: are forced to !

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; Stock. : ';t NORFOLK, VA.

be' i Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily

: r SURPRISTSTORE" i :$+= For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
CASH
1 of Seaboard, or write
.I i S. C. EOYLSTO JR.. Asst Gent Pass.Agent, JacksocTffle.F1a.LIVE ;

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I A BRIEF LIT SEEMOX" T and aH the otter devices which de-' VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AID PLEASURE RESORT
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT
Another great groxp of spot oa II.feared rival sometimes resort to toI

PaW1at.e4 every Afternoon I the nn has just been discovered, aid allay: their pains aril:moth the growl-j:: DOWL1NG PARfcWAT

Except SaD.daT: the astronomer confess that they !!tag bowel of their chagrinAre yon
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.1i dont" know the cause nor what the listening. Editor Harris of Ocala DOWM KPO THE SVWAXKEE IJYEI ,
J. P SHERWOOD, Editor and Ma'fr. '
f result may be. Thin old planet of

i t: Catered at the Posto2ee, Lire Oak.I i oars is intimately related to that The Tampa Times says that ""bee j Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottage

: Florida. u Second Class ilafl Hal, great blazing orb and it 13 reasonable culture i* another thing which pays j!

ter. Xoreaber ?. 1>S. i to assume that radical: changesthere in Florida, but to which not much attention HOT AND COt DEATHS UNSURPASSED. OeD TABLE. GOOD BESS.WATEK > : --.i
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: will cake very material difference is given.** Not much atten- IN EVERY ROOM. BIUJASO TABLES. TELESJOPH ArC apE

THE LITE 011 POBL15HIIG COXPUT.! here. When you get away tion given to bee culture in Florida j i CONNECTIONSWELL EaUIPPED STABLEST SHAOY PAVILLJOfS.! .! <

from the jargon of science and the Why, every breeze that sweeps fromj: I7MILESFROMUVEQ.U.CNUYEC&K Can.

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be: presumptuous little cock-sure conclusions the north. the south the east and ;, RATES REASONABLE GiULF. COUECnQIIT UYE GUan au.1IaESS

of tte tczsaa insects of a accent the west In this State brings:
mailed to any part of the United
I : i PORK t OTEl DOWLIN5 PARK. FlORID
Stales, postage prejiair. for J .tOI who can ttemselres; saran; to our ears the resounding bum of L"WE *..m

l It per year; $2.59 for six Wont Zd ; I and wage to cocip&s: the bees buzzing lartoosJr la tie bonnet ,

;1.2$ for three me. ths,or 54 cent plans and purposes of the AlmIghty !of more candidates for Governor and '
1 t in advance. Delivered -
for eve weeks
with their microscope and otter office than you can snake aJ; Live Oak
to any pan ol the city by Garage
I I. curler lor 10 cent per week. I Ij 'tteir telescopes and their learned I stick at. No bee culture in Florida! I,

j hypotheses and lay bare the very innermost Go ask those distinguished apiarists.

Tte Lake City Index needn't fool II secrets of Jetovat raind Burr Gilctrist. Jennings et al and. -

itself about the "bamility of cflrit" wten you get away from these the tteyTl tell you that their apiaries are i 1 Equipped for repairing and storing ,

I la tie Democrat' defence: of Lire Oak ; though is almost overpowering that working overtime and their ears are Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

against the innuendo of iu envious tomorrow tonight may see the end: well nigh stunned by the insistent i: Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.

I t neighbor Humility Is a virtue commended -I of the whole scheme and our planet clamor of the busy little insects. Also sell the well Known Columbia bat

to by the highest authority may take a teader into the sun at
u I tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Pings
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and illustrated by tte noblest example: any unexpected moment that will put The great prohibition election ;
in stock. Exclusive
in the annals of time bat in the I an end to our interest in all mundanea which i* t3 determine the burning issue kept agent for _

scared cause. of Lire Oak when repelling =a.tra. We have no more assuranceof of "wet" or "dry" for the city of Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville.

assaults upon her size and the world's continued lease of life,I Yaldosta. Ga., and the county also Sample of this work can be seen here.
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strength and beauty we feel too safe I than of our own and these ominous I takes place next Monday, and it will FOR LIVERY!

and bumptious to play a lowly part. spot upon the sun may have a dread- ''I be a hot time in the old town until The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in _

The Index mistake senatorial courtesyfor ful meaning for us all we don't nowsuspect I that date. We notice an item to the
Livery seating capacity for four.s
humility. 'I' Laplace the French astronomer I effect that an unprecedented rattlesnake -

I long dead said that God was i nearly ten feet long was killed

I an useless hypothesis in solving the near Valdosta the other day and we T. AL CHASTAIN =
The State Good Roads Convention i' :
problem of the universe; bat Laplacewas take this to be an omen of the ap-
meets in Pensacola this week. The ,
I a learned fool who probably preaching downfall of the serpentine .Gas Engineer Proprietor -
late legislature put a chilling frost I' .
I know better now. and mankind with traffic in that city. Those who have :
opoa the good roads enthusiasm in '
here and there a freak exception has "been there" tell us that when the : Phone 109.
this State but the cause Is such a
refused to follow hi. impious and i j "worm of the still" gets In a fel-
noble one that it will not stay chilled
reckless lead. In the hollow of his low's boots even a South Georgia
and we are glad to know that it has i
band God holds his universe and we rattlesnake would be welcomed as an
enough life left to assemble in State .wrw
cannot know His plans nor be sure amiable substitute.
convention. It is a curious thing that t I
even of tomorrow but we have the
i
reforms most obviously needed move
safe instinct which binds child to j ANOTHER CRIMP OS RAILROADS.Uoiforni .
so slowly but it is only a question of Fatter even across the wide chasm of j I ; THE FAMILY SHOE STORE
time when the reward will come far
secondary causes and we know that Sj tem Accounts Provided i
all the labors of the devoted band of :
wisdom and justice and mercy are the I' ed Them by Commerce i
good roads reformer in this State.
supreme attributes of His administration Commission. !
The leaven is working.It '
But this new emotion ofmonster Washington, June 15.-The interstate ;
; M ,, f That is what we are. Our res-
son-spots a elY'm I Commerce Commission today 1
>' +son is because in "Our Faaj2v*
has been the fashion to jeer.at {
thing bearing on planetary life and promulgated a uniform system of ac- .r
( 4 i +line of Star Brand" Shoes
San Francisco and hold her up as a it's a mighty good time to take the counts for railroads provided for un- wed
& shave shoe for member
? : a every
horrible instance of municipal depravity advice of Sam Jones and quit your der the railroad rate law passed at ;
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of
and corruption. But all the meanness. the last session of Congress. The i ; every family.

same she has her grafting mayor in system will go Into effect July 1. + Think what it means to fare

bribe-taker and all your family shod ecvnonieaSr?
jail as a convicted covering revenues and operating expenses : IZ
lion. Hudson Burr avowed candi- 1 +!in well fitting and service giving
the better element is now on top aDd thereafter railroads will U
date for Governor doubtless reads j shoes.VINOM .
there hot on the trail of the rest of be compelled to file monthly reports. roR n
the DeFuniak Breeze for Mr. Burr is
the gang. With all her vice and glare The method adopted is intended to J s| "Our Family shoes or node
an administration candidate if
and godlessness San Francisco la un- insure a correct statement of net AND CHA.a( +by experts in big specialty fieItories -

I made of heroic stuff and she is do- denied reports be true and the revenues from operations and is expected AL IW V .' from* the best box ca
Breeze is an administration paper. In K 1 1 |leather that can be bought for ,
the last issue of the latter Mr. Burr to result in keeping the cost'j' ,1
remainder HADL IN SLWUIS HY' +the money.
will find some very earnest and of improvement out of operating ex- ; |
ample in effective self reform than penses and therefore exclude them I ROBF.KIOSON D
solemn words addressed to him in
'1 any other city In the nation. from the cost of performing current
t .which he U urged not to run for Governor I
! business.
and some very excellent rea-

The Pullman Car Company says sons are given why he shouldn't.He The expense of soliciting traffic it i ic dC

that It is not a common carrier and hasn't completed his contract with separated from the expense of haul

for that reason it Is not under the the people of Florida as railroad com- ing traffic. The construction accounts The men's and Boys are Goodyear Welts which

jurisdiction of the Interstate Como ; missioner and the late legislature are to be so drawn that a current I means that the soles are flexible and that there are

o merce Commission. May the latter having given him what he asked to record of the physical value of rail- no tacks, nor threads inside to hurt burn and blis-

succeed in convincing the bloated increase the powers of the commission way property is always accessible.The .

incubus to the contrary and while it is no time for him an expertin classification of accounts has ter the feet. Being reinforced under the Listtp

reducing its rates, not forget to trim the business, selected by the peoplefo been worked out with the assistanceand with a brats clinch fastening they cannot rip.

the haughty and fix the limits co-operation of the railway ac-
porter the work to jump his job and go
' counting officers. .-4. We sell the men's for $2.75 and $3.00
of his exactions. The scorn of a Pull- galivanting around the State in

man car porter when you hand hima another campaign for votes for a Advisedith Carriers Boy's $2.25 Youth's $2.00 Little

i dime while he expects a quarter, : higher place. The Breeze talks like Every carrier has ben notified from Gent's $1.75.

. sometimes abides with the unfort- i a father to him and makes out a very time to time of the progress of the

unate victim for life and permanently strong case to back up its urgent i work and no question has been decided -

, impairs his self-esteem. A bas le advice which is, "Don't do it, Mr. without first requesting of ev- On and Children's
account of the Women's Misses
I
carrier its
ery views and .
suggestions.This
porter. Burr But if you are going to do it.

t Mr. Burr, you should turn loose that has been done by a series of Shoes having a metal clinch sole retainer the

.. commission teat to which you are circulars, and thousands of letters, soles can't pull apart. HOur Family' 'ii fa
Last Friday there were three legal have
been
now swinging, and give somebody elsea received in response to!
execution" in Florida all negro mur- these circulars. Women are $1.75 Misses $1.50 Childrei812111.2$1.35s$110.r I
chance. Don't hang onto one office I
derers, one in Jacksonville, one In Assistance
has
while you are running for another. been rendered by !
Milton and one in South Florida. committees
That may be thrifty but it's not fair, representing the Amer-
How much.. better to dispose of them ican
this way than for a mob to tramplethe and the people will be very likely to the Railway Association, which is ly on the sole of each shoe is a guarantee that they !
presidents'
and
resent that particular kind of thrift managers' associa- ,
law under their feet, insult the are honestly constructed and full of satisfaction.
by defeating your gubernatorial am- countingofficerof each carrier is made I
:
law-abiding spirit of the whole State
, bition. A Texas railroad commissionertried personally responsible for the application -

encourage ruffians and the rowdies development wherever of young its that same ame last year and and the freight claim association.The I To see them is to like them. Come see th:J1L i iI

he got left. significant feature is that the ac-
example reaches .and in lynching its tion of the rules of accounting pro--I
victim commit the crime it is
very mulated by the commission. This is r
punishing in another. A legal hangIng The esteemed Tropical Breeze, of j
regarded
by the '
commission as the I
r is the most convincing argument "'ortI"ers., in exulting over the most Important step that the federal I !t .

in the world with which to reach the growth of its town and going Into government has ever undertaken In :

murderous.mlndedelementln the com- details to show 'I'M IlliUUii IKMVLSXG HliiM"j
it, proudly exclaims, the development of administrative I ; PARK,

I munity and when they are once convinced "This beats Live Oak!" Well, may supervision over a quasi-public business .

that that kind of medicine is be it does brother, and may be it : like that of the railways. .

waiting for them all and that they doesn't. But whether it does or not . . . . . :-:- -. .-.- : .-' . .
it if their call
to
1\ are sure get cases we are gratified to recognize the fine TEKHIKLK HAIL STORM.

! t for it, we will have an end of murder implied compliment which the Breeze i: OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis

f as an epidemic. The faddists in pays our city in selecting it from It Wrought havoc With Growing i

i Florida who advocate the abolition of among so many others as the stand- ft*
,
Crops Around not
::
Milieu. restricted in the of its patronage
capital punishment are invited to ard of comparison However, It scope
Millen, Ga, June 14.-A terrible broad enough to accommodate all and
Inspect the cases of these three mur- doesn't come as a surprise for they hail storm, the path of which

derers who were hung Friday and see all do it and they couldn't hold them- four miles wide and ten miles long was HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:

how completely removed as disturb- selves a better example to stimulate has wrought havoc

ing elements to society are the three their growth We welcome the news crops in Jenkins with growing 1.- The young folks with their small savings. faDl
county. The
subjects?who held the center of the that Fort Myers Is growing so rapidly, t horse farm of E. Daniel was ten- 2.-The breadv inner striving to acc InUlateI!

stage on that occasion. Could their and if the time shall come when she destroyed and a seven-horse completely farmof to procure a home, or a competency for do
I afforded
system possibly do better In saving will pass our own city In the race the Daniel Son & Palmer 3.The well-to-do, for the convenience

the State! from further expense and her joy shall not be qualified by Is practically a total loss. Company, the income provided. i

society from further danger And captious denials and uibblings and The hail stones killed grown 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other inv

then think of the beauty and utilityof ungenerous flings and non-sequiter I chickens in
; florilJ
many places
and went THE FIRST
the stern example! [sophisms and petty disparagements,.entirelY through watermelons. ; NATIONAL, BANK, Live Oak,



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DEMOCRAT. MONDAY JUNE 17. 100. ar
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LOCALS AND PERSONALS3IATTERS a specialty Furniture, nicely of all kinds, and pianos t ii inii I I I I I I I I 1I11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I II II 11'1 1111 I III II. .
polished and made ;
to look as well or better than when n tit.

!" new Address postofflce box -:672, ii Looking is Worth While ..i: under _\: :

OF INTEREST BRIEFLY Henry Hogans. 17-3t, Guild .oa".

CHRONICLED FOR DEMOCRAT 4:30p.m. -

READERS H. B. Blount and wife went to the I request her jf jf NTS A MEEK a

I Jamestown Exposition this morning.W. If there is anything In the world First for pret
that a housekeeper is likely to I under two ye :

COME AND THEY iO1''ewa F. Tummond brought to the enjoy it Is to walk around among and finest boy, y STAlK
THEY Democrat office this morning a cot- this Furniture display of ours. five (not over) .x

ton bloom, the first of the season we I prizes will be a wa

have seen. who, for the sake o

of Live Oak and Suwannec I ships, will remain unk': 0
Gathered by the Demo- Mrs. Not only is it a pleasure to her.
County Judge Richard, who has been are parties who have no
=: but It
.. crat Reporter here on a visit to her daughter Mrs. acquaints her with all that Is relatives in Live Oak under
+
new In
Furnituredom
and to that
T. S. of
Anderson returned to her years age.
home
extent is
In Lake Butler this morning. educative. 'Second,, there will be a prize"

: Initial combs at the Ladies' Emporium by vote for the most popular chip,
t I
:
t 50 cents each. 14-3t WANTED-A colored woman to under seven years. _
I I"i help in a small family, no children. Some especially attractive things Third there :will be a prize, won .

i A. A. Kight spent Sunday with his A fine place.for the right party. Apply have arrived lately. Those who by vote for the most beautiful dress

here. at the Democrat job room. haven't been here within two worn by a candidate.. .,?t
wife
r I
t weeks will find that another looks For these second and third con #

R. E. McNeill went to Jasper Sat- Jt e Long, who has been attending :t worth while tests at 10 cents per vote ant party

{ evening. the Business College here, returned may buy as many votes as he pleases. :.,
urday
to his home In Houston this morning, i I Admittance to Auditorium 14 : i
having + fee 25 i
completed his cents. Contest cents
When you want draying done of course. .3
W. N. Boat- :t Ice cream and cake will be ca sale. l-:
kind, phone 129. .
any o.J'j
tf STRAYED-On June : Parents come and bring lyour
5th.
one .
right -
large spotted black and white fox I Why not to-day : babies. c

hound. Reward will be Aunts, uncles cousins come swell _
Fred Bremer went to Waycrosa: paid for return t !
Saturday to look after his business interests of same to A. Lee Humphreys, the ranks. ,. i th

there. at Live Oak Fla. d2twltG. J. B. Barton ". L. .ell.i -
I & Co.
I Alanager. J. B. Brown of Houston-, was here

from P. Skipper and J. F. Craig, who Saturday. 1..
Mrs. J. A. McLeod came up *-H H 111 u 111111111111 u i u 111 m 111
went from here to Perry to m i m n t .
work In :
Saturday on a visit to rela-
Dexter the barrel factory, came up yesterday ------ --- - ---- ------- -- ---- -- S. II. Driver, of Mayo, was In the
and friends. ,
tives en route to Atlanta, where they J. S. Harrell, of Pine Grove is in :Miss Delia Wells went to Perry city yesterday. -
I
will seek employment. the city today yesterday.J. .
Al"ED-A four or five-room
Harry Taylor went to Day yesterda -
Apply to SuraskI Bros.
residence. tf Remember the lace and embroidery Miss Vermie Bryan spent Sunday M. Bailey spent- all day yester- to visit his grandmotber.'i s

store. sale at the Ladies' Emporium with home folks near Pinemount.J. day at the Park.

next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs I Jas. R. Chester, Of High Springs,

W. J. Harris came up from Bran- day. See the window display to be I T\ Mercer, of Mercer Station, Mr. and :Mrs.: \\. S. Hodge went to was here yesterday, registering at the '
with
Saturday to spend Sunday
ford sold: at lOc yard. These prices do not was here today on business. the Park yesterday. Ethel.
!
his family here.
go into effect until Tuesday, June
18th, at8 o'clock a. m. 14-3t I W. B. Creekmore, of Wellborn, is Dave Allison, now of Lady Lake,, W. B. Mitchell, assistant post
E. Cox of Lake City, ar-
Mrs. M. I here on a visit to his brothers.S. was here esterday. master, went to Jacksonville on bu,; iesz -
rived here yesterday, en route to FOR SALE-At a bargain one =. Saturday.

Dowling Park. ladies' Acme bicycle, absolutely new I E. Townsend, of Starke, was Henry and Ira Grant are reported

tires on both wheels, never been used. here today, shaking hands with his quite ill-with fever. David O'Neil and his sister Miss
left for Lake
Miss Daisy Macclenny Wheel cost about friends.Dr. Sadie of Houston, were here Saturday -
a
year ago $25.00.
visit to relatives and
a
Qty on
New tires cost $6.00 last week, will Mrs. W. R. McGregor is here on evening.Mrs. I
friends this morning. sell for $9.00 cash. Apply at this Geo. Creekmore and his sister a visit to her parents.R. .
Miss Jno R. Key and Mrs. Mary
office for Information. 17-2t Jennie spent yesterday at
Mr.'and Mrs. C. C. Smith went up I Beulah church on Little River. H. Holmes and son went to McCraig, of Quincy were in the city

to Jasper Saturday evening to spend Hampton Springs jesterday. yesterday.Mrs. .
FOR RENT-Five-room apartment
Sunday with Mr. Smith's parents. ,cottage with bath, sewerage and light, Mrs. G. A. Lyons' millinery store is
and other conveniences, on Ohio the scene of some rare bargains in D.1.. Lewis and wife went tc J. G. Kent returned from ;

C. P. Wilder and wife, who have avenue. Immediate possession can be white go ds, laces and embroideries.The Hampton Springs ,-ester day. Madison yesterday, where she has
been visiting here, returned to their ) been on a visit to her parents.
given. Inquire of Democrat. tf
i borne In Brunswick Ga., this morn- Hair Hardware Company hasa Bloxham Gardner went to Inverness --

Inl- fine line of mail boxes, and those yesterday on business.S. "'. M. Brown, :Mr. Knight, J. V.
The
Ladles'lIssionary Society
Brown and F. B. Kennedy, pf Houston
living rural routes should be
on
will hold their regular meeting at the provided
J. S. Johnson, former bookkeeperfor I with them.J. K. Rich and wife spent Sunday left for home Saturday night.
Baptist church Tuesday afternoon at
the Hair Sawmill Co. left Satur- I with relatives at Starr Station. ,
'
3:30 o'clock. It is that there
hoped
day evening for his home In Rome, I M .Haile and family who have -- The Padlock mill has closed down
Ga., on an extended visit.A will be a large attendance of tne been visiting his brother here, left Mrs. S. G. Cox, who has been viSIt- and Mr. Hopson the manager, has f
.
I members.S. for their home in Gainesville this ing here went to Mayo yesterday. returned to Live Oak to remain.

C. Kirby arrived here this mornIng morning. f. _
to accept a position in the South- A. Curry is in our city today, lIorry Hair and wife, and Walter The Fifth City Brass Band sent a r -,

era Express Company's office. Mr. selling to our merchants the celebrated Take a look at the show windowsat Creekmore spent Sunday at the Park.J. beautiful floral offering to Jackson-

Brby worked with Agent King in Victor Hugo cigar. Mr. Curryis the Ladies' Emporium and get an ville Saturday, to be placed upon the : -i!

Tallahassee. a clever and successful salesmanand idea of bow the prices will be on lace I A. Speer and C. McCormick, casket of their Instructor, Prof. Abel oj

the Victor Hugo cigar is one of and embroidery during the sale.next of Lake City are in Live Oak today. who was drowned at Pablo Friday. I

Mr. and Mrs. W. Eustis Shelter the very best smokers on the market. week. .. 14-3t I I
04 children of Quincy, are In the We opine that this cigar will become II I Msr. W. II. Byrd, of Perry, was J. W. Lumpkin and wife left for =

etty! today, guests of R. A. Gray. Theyare very popular here in Live Oak as Walker Payne left this afternoon I here yesterday, returning from Lake Tallahassee yesterday, where they

enroute to White Springs from elsewhere and that thousands of for Lanette, Ala., on a visit to his ,, City. will reside in future. The attending

Hampton Springs, where they have them will be sold here. sister, and from there will go to At- physician considered Mrs. Lumpkin

been for the past week lanta and be absent for two or three Mrs. J. R. Stanford came down able to make the trip.
Groover takes < Mr. I' from Bainbridge yesterda yon a visit
weeks. Drew
I The printing plant of the Present '
Truth :Messenger is being shipped to Payne's place in Barclay & Groover's to friends. Engine No. 62 of the Live Oak. 4
'I Breen, of the Atlantic Coast
Jacksonville today, from which city drug store. Agent Perry & Gulf. has just been turned
FOR RENT the paper will be issued in future. We : Line, and family, spent yesterday at out of the shops repaired repainted,
r I. : Hampton Springs.A handsome
and presents a very appear-
r regret to lose Eld. Mattox and his:
::1 estimable wife from our midst. Eld. acce.; and cannot be distinguished
Four nice offices to let in the his from the new engine. Harry Hogens,
Mattox has been having paper I two-week's sale of Laces and '

l pia Building Can be had printed at the Democrat office for along I June Brides Embroideries and rare bargains in handsome tie painter appearance is responsible of No. for 62. the '

suits i if wanted. Centrally time, and he has endeared him ; White Goods at Mrs. G. A. Lyons.

self to the management staff and Begins :Monday: June 17th.
sewerage and waterSections I employees. We certainly wish him FLORIDA BOOK NEWS CO.

in the Building. well in his new location. W. S. Phillips and wife and little

'crate rent. I daughter. ::Mary of Wellborn, who 1'-- 4'

News was received here this morn-! have been visiting here, returned

ing of the death of A. J. Robertson, I home yesterday. Books, Bibles, Stationery,
1 ,
In Manatee c">unty. :Mr.: Robertsonwas -- -'
one five room cottage to formerly a citizen of Lire Oak, a I Walter Bryson Is still carrying his Blank Books, etc.

) IJ-1? s'is right in the heart merchant end large property owner. right arm in a sling caused by having -

....., \ ity and k convenientIJixatedfor and a man of influence. It has been the same come in conflict with a Musical Instruments and all
send last week. and he lose two
known that he was quite ill for some Will delighted if you saw may }
some business of his fingers, as a result Attachments.
raa' time past but the telegram announcing them a Bridal pivseiit from

his death:: was a shock to his many exquisite line of Diamonds
our Laces and Embroideries and White
.1. friends here as it was unexpected. high-grade jewelryRADFORD Picture Frames made to order,
other
and Goods will be on sale at special
\Vehave T-e remains will be buried in
some prices for two weeks beginning Monday latest designs in moulding.
TIt good :Manatee county. June 17th, and lasting until

;is Properties Saturday. June :,th.Irs.. A C.

Editor Pound of the Perry Herald Lyons. Inks, Pens, Pencils Tab-

for Sale was yesterday.). He Is like a duck
'
out of water. His wife went to South Jim Lyle went to Gainesville and lets, Notions and

Florida two weeks ago taking with returned with the negro, Frank Hor-

fd \ ; !Yto r the undersigned ford her several of the smaller kids, and ton. who was arrested in that city Novelties.

a she is seemingly hating the time of charged with larct'nyIr.: Lyle gave

\ a Ttherinformation, her life visiting her sister and daughter. bond for the negro and he was released -

.ed : :Mr. Pound has been to Live from custody. He does not 'Ifv
Florida Book & News Co. -
Oak several times since the depar- seem to think the prisoner guilty and

trnPlot ture of his wife evidently looking for t, from what we can learn of the affair.

jJ.@ her. but she cometh not. Perhapsshe The JewelerLIVE \the Alachua county authorities have C. C COOKfi Ow. c:!f

i will return In the sweet bye-and- OAK fLA. case against Horton.

......... 3 bye and ilr. Pound will be consoled.

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V P! wkr ytc ie t, sic # deaart .... .. tie ta ti i t t tear.9a. i'i8P=tcn :,n., Z.c& rs-'s nta. 0tT Fbamaey. ds- t -e.d k 1m a. i 8Ia: st l4
I Ls3. aM cJtoIt asdrLasx --. Y aII. Ssassalr
-, > !' Svr c..p3i i..3' -z.aK s
4 ir.a a dwrt: liar t.:1! ate ?
: # wA tssri z e aM 6 aitIty t&. 1-rsrsp Pak .-a-T Dttsaee.. ; Wa.-ud Fv4.s ... feseeoL
4IIII tieZ elf 6ewr a. trey4.sr d'adt. .
I ""a azaR f w"' 3rrt ; eta Sri. at Sew MIC'5Iuo B-.y a MUle a:.( try: it. BB- Laazht.e. a new Ssreati .u* rssdealer. ::.: -II Bye b.. airtil.racr .

., 1 y ic JT*' 7 be4 w tM rlpre eJIVt elf 3yafia ]3ffe.. Ttta1 asetwe ed the a.'Ita : "Tiii rz -.a.clfe: : M

: tr**. tk* Jt y'*rre4w asarg dkes. axiai tin tsb6rsL 3Katws. esnyesi. of skies eSUdrer wSO :.3d C'9Qef ..__fa s.aJI See d et"f j I

art *r e.a.1a1 e to se. r +ssytk s.atatrtslr d5 ;i aNet .sty Xr_ :aa.-y die r"en :e e '!S.. S'i: I mnsQ.y esn't aeraet :oe." r nary OW Este Wat3Z 1a

***< t irtansy v> s wbeslrask wee t!. it s fr: lost yeiI'I r Hr 3yr-sp tke bit i Speeder. "I ever' stop to JIici: Q. 'Ieseaaat3 ......I a

\ La' exit Y r3f 4 ..i *. a4 > fa'G Ite 11M V"IJ"--r s.. ot;Cr'eep a.d Ceqj: .med e 1 ever tie toga I kaL" Harper's Weekly. f! L aX isIn -.

i # g7 a 4aait tak u.ti e34 bytk4 M kar4. in ud a.-tk.-. Csa.y.M : i that ease. 1ST J!&. MlLases.

i uJrt KaJ"W' U RdI yw 4 *aJIt r't2# f g Ir-a3 s fs a.e bnr7 : 1 A Hacpy Mother .i(I -1 s#.ad has? tip s .a e

Its err M & a,4 ...":U t". *r uMi rte ASr'i' law.Ca..c : will see tir.a: her baby ia growerly i!!a..1 pt a ;!:iEk.--=r- .. II

I .. r .nt CJ ;'. W. b. ElDII1K W. D. EtsJr a and His Waat eared .or-to da tiia a good ra:-P-,It ie-Joc-.a.L I II II
i
k* sand: Xa j"/r .af au.adJ lie eer* .. a.-s th r otk.r ::1"'C1t..n tif t3. law t Kieke-C sr-x es ereatsre. .rker ?as > the ia aeeessary. Eaay babes safr I

I $d aX* &at due said tdy waa d.-m. abarie. b this esar..r fe 'f''f'C1a1DY Be, -Yes, after i a vets old fer fr .wonaa and their mothers I I :' a3aa lll.I

La1Si5 t'4 fete s&fer A.d1 03 t&eIf Is":I4 by memk m of the .ennoezh to tare cold feet t* warts to j doa't hOT it-ft your baSy ia I matter he ebbe aaC .. d

l' da t r tkv"I.. G.fg4a 3as Mill ajarxiatfes will be;b a u. -!oot boy a zam New York:4-fei: and doesa't sleep at :.ig hts fever-I I spee ly r L.lath

9 sAfrrt f. It..* add tatt mt'4.yrafar .tlm4 wttfc3..% Eacrr 5yr, of tiieirenit SI touMM.tth TOt=.a_ White's Cream)I doL Ked8I CI8EQIa ss=-

r4 .rules.( sltaU ss r. ha:! CaftH: States eoart fuT the t I Yermif-age win clean oat these I ITor.s :GiDd i:1 a hea thF -=ra&

say yr:was k.u Nfeyalt! arM laii z -;V gtbrrg Ibtr'.et of Ccria a:4 eotS449 i ThnI Are Few j terms: to de Pee P st ash:
Is. mild
catlap m rs to UM City rit Live Oak.FVrVta itt.b4 GV a S boad wfeiektt stops the cogzl_ aid teals tie lance : a pleasant T3.To.ee ,aw. 5.1Id" Cam'Natee '
roa.x Ka&? pra.ii2? the dtzteifjii to tried always used. Give it a trial.
kaoTr how
Ii-'t tail Xa'/r rtaJt .*- I! rye w to take care:

,<** Ms warraat fAr tiue arrect &f sutiT Gf tir fctir federal a coortjt Otier cf tkemSe1TSti Eajority do not. Price :ii ceata. Sold ay Sawaaaee Fate.

>* *vft or p !rv03 a e&arxe of!irJalms I -.m to IIlwi ..-tU the 1.tP.- Tie Hver" la a most taportast organ i!1 Drag Co. dwi -aRt tie w..at rs lei

s.x.c nbUq 3.Psrsr. to fA II slats esssmrrte emr:Mss a etJre la tie tody. Hertfcie wffl keep>> it 1:11 i demanded tie preuz }!
4 I z;. t '
bt snsd before Met fr yrr'JS1.lggaas co ati6E. V. C. Slapkias. Alia A Disturbing Festore.I -Siaiply a saiaee SM;

fa r4 i caw*Llrsstrs I I. Teu.I.rites: "I have used HerMne;I I "Do you know, my dog seems to friends- re5te4 L

,. Tire y rWB dfavfr i.c' .%ndt flue for C&in and Fever and 2ad it thebeet i s| scent electrical disturbances in the rate with aa ..seaWashingten ..

Out &a.OA of du y!snot Han betro :: i. nt'J'1t' zerhy a rs"!!mor7 of the past. nedicfie I ever aaed. I wo'ald!:atmosphere when they are still far EenM.

i4 tre tfc* Mayor to t !ttffr:. Balb.rr Snow Ualm-at Is the familyIlrlnt not t.Pw1t:GUt ft. It Is aa good tor i ate"

at tJM trtal of ti. party arr"'+e+>d. asif 1:; of the twentieth eatarr. AVeittvr'ure children aj It .. for growa-ap: >> people I j "'then. I suppose, you have warrant For scrxsekes.: -- ...

1. M. or tr frrUcw/uf i Cats HgraJta. Neuralgia, etc. Mr. C. LaGrip;P'* Sold by Sawaaaee 'I
Drug *
3 any taaOrial teattr -Hfc bte or !| storm scenter." Baltimore Ameri- nt *
iJr.
: b=
mow to every
If. Mo.
Runyon, Staabrrr. writes: r.omat17.:
her prerfeKis wrfttea t Uaosy, keor dw i calL Hud 3** *
I Witt
; "I have o M Snow LJnlraeat for iI Cubemzed
.fc klramatIsm and all f,ala. I can't Remarkable Rescue. by City PaarsaeyWhy
sstltrrfi.a fw trial for perJiry. -I' say 4I&r,1JJ1a in iu prate" Sold tj I-A nan who is in perfect health. sot
That truth is
stranger than f+ction.
iiewassrr fn'u; Co. dw : can do aa honest day's work when 1
$.:ttVa C. Any .1Ittrw.m1 dY1o11D baa once more teen demonstrated In I' ** 11n
!! necessary. has much for which be I did yea
q dkT tfef Or4k ar rr b/ the pr ooIa the little town of s.a **ate
I' lntrr.etinx U> f..aW'J--* Ns Fir,,- Fedora Tenn.. the I ant over tie heat
tak'-n la efcarsce ax yrrTi4 4 fta > I!!| should be thankful. Mr. I*. C Rod-i B.-
residence of C. V. it was
I<1. Status.A Pepper. He writes I "Way, Jud:e.
tlon I stall cot b* tsskd ;alcxt bim i I I get, of Braachton Pa., writes that 1K ....
I Qotfetabto change In the time "I was ia bed entirely disabled with I I i started in to say ..
or hr oa a tbar.:'! of drank aneM.ftnttion he was not only unable to work bathe J'"' tW
7. All Ordinary in coa- of filing writs of error to the supreme hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. : rare aa a day m
I > couldn't -
stoop over to tie his own I -
uDI3Cb
lId rewHb are t. r",1 r aid.t5'et1ra court ba* gone lot effect and at- Doctors failed to help me and an i
j j shoes. Six bottles of
Fofeys
KidaeyjCure Dealer.
8. This f.irdlrancahall tornyi at law should take notice. tope had fled when I began taking i i

takti rL'xt mediately upon its pa..- The new law say: Dr. King's New Discovery. Then instant -I made a new mall of 1.ImHe I II FOtt +m tftll.
All writs of shah be tested I I says, "Success to 3
error
ace: by tb- Couaeft aDd approval, by relief came. The coughing Foley's Kidney II rlt
,
I ntLe of the chief Justice of i Cure." Mr. E. W Goody .
for Mayor' name soon ceased; the bleeding diminished City Pharmacy. dw Tes ;..c .>
CI'fAH. the court and shall issue on ouis St., Dallas
II. DHOWS supreme I rapidly and in three weeks I was Prominent RolL

1'rt+ildnt of City CounciL demand a* matter of right, from theo able to go to work." Guaranteed Miss Sue Brette What sort of a past year I have L'

At twit: B, P. MAYS, City C1 :rk. %!:ce of the clerk of the appellate i cure for coughs and colds. 30c and role did you have in that last piece with Dr. King's N befO'lt'" s

I. H. K ).fa,.. City Clerk of the court or from the office of the clerkof I $1.90 at Barclay & Groover drug Foote Lighte--Why i had a roll of co laxative I ever of

City of Uve Oak Florida, do hereby the! court for if there be no clerk, II store. Trial bottle free. dw stage money as big as a goodsizedroll fectaally dispose" They* dst "

certify that the foregoing Ordinary from the once of the Judge, In of carpet!Yoakers Statesman. 1 biliousness. BardU I

Xo. '9 was regularly pa *M by the which the judgment: has been rendered Safe at La..t. gripe. 25c at

: City Council the 10th day of June and shall be returnable to a day. Mrs. Post-Both the cook and the The Magic Xo. 3. drug store.

A. U. 1907 and the same Is her<>- either! In term, time or vacation more! waitress have left. Number three is a wonderful mascot : \8 Iwprs

. by c.rtlfi -d to tb-. Mayor of his ap than thirty days and not more than Mr. Post-Good! Now I dare bring for Gen H. Parris. of Cedar I always tkr d rI I
lover
"My
proval. ninety day from the date of writ. I "t
some of the fellows home for din- Grove. Me., according to letter when he sees me. 1 i
But no writ of error shall be granted a ..
the
Wltn,.. my hand and seal of ***
to the original plaintiff in any suit ner.-Brooklyn Life. which reads: "After suffering much "Yes: but I like a prJ.
said City this 10th day of Jon'!. A. i ." HoaPI 0p
It. 1S07. unless said plaintiff shall first pay all I with liver and kidney trouble, and ers the gDewitt'8 ----

8. P. }IA YB. City Clerk. cots which may have accrued in and I All stomach troubles are quickly becoming greatly discouraged by the -Kidney and ptI# 0:

Kxatnlned and approved by me this about the said suit up to the time I relieved by taking a little Kodol after failure to find relief. I tried Electric I for 13 'J
unequaled 01Of
whoa the 'writ of error shall be are
11th day of Jan*. A. U 1907. each meal. Kodol goes directly to Bitters, and as a result I rl
am a well taflamisf
prayed. The writ of error shall be kidneys A
J, H. JOHNSON: served by tiling It in the court the the seat of trouble, strengthens the man today. The first bottle relievedme and all urinary UOU Dt

Mayor of Uv Oak. Florida. judgment of which Is complained of. digestive organs digests what you and three bottles completed the treatment for 25 ceatS-:

The provision of the act does not eat. Sold by City Pharmacy. d* cure." Quaranteed best on earth for Pharmacy. -

When you feel the need of a pill effect any appeal or writ of error en- stomach liver and I i 1t IL.
i kidney troubles ears
e a take a UeWltt Little Early Ulser tered on sued out prior to the date Food for reflection too often is I I by Barclay & Groover druggists,, If a woman there is DO ..---#

Bold by Qlty Pharmacy a ja d. when the act went Into elrecL"I mighty--. in price and very poor eating. PrIce, 50 c. dw. I her.event


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