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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 21, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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; THE SOUTH BLACKLISTED LOST OPPORTUNITIES OF HISTORY.If /ANEW STEAMSHIP/ UHf

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IMMIGRANTS FOR SOUTH] GJVEN Rte v '' wawt'RT"a iww
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Alleged that Southern Employers Do

Xot Treat: Laborers Well-Move- New Line Win Be Put on About

men to Protest on Foot December First Jacksonville

1 // I. I* Elated Over Prospects "
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Berlin June 21.-The North Ger

man Lloyd and Hamburg American $ o St. Johns, K B., June 21.-Announcement -

:. iteamshlp lines have refused to acton ',has been made of the ..:

t resolution adopted by the South i / proposed establishment of a line of :

western Immigration Congress and steamboats to run between St. Johns

will do nothing toward the development and Jacksonville. Fla., with ports of
of New Orleans as an Immigration ij
station.No : l eO call at Boston and Bermuda.In .

official reason for the decision n connection with this line there
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ii given but an agent of one of the will also be run a line from Liverpool
IAW
steamship companies says that until c England to Jacksonville. The

employers of labor in the southern / St. Johns line will operate one steamer -
states learn to treat whites as their '
doing fortnightly service while ;
treatment should be, immigration to
will not be the lIne from Great Britain to Flor- .
..that part of the country T-r: e
considered. Ausrlans and Germans ida will have two vessels. The aim

who have gone there according to of the promoters of this line is to

the agent's statement have made bit secure the patronage of many people

ter eomplaints of the treatment they both English and American who

received and have either gone northor r 1l spend the winter in Bermuda and
-
returned. Florida. No existing lines will be

interfered with by the new company,
Protest to Be Made. the business of most of them runningto
hew Orleans. June 19.-Acting upon If the knights of old had only anticipated twentieth century chivalry they might have kept their seat and been the West Indies and merely touch-

'dispatches from Berlin which comfortable. ing at Bermuda.
the effect that agents of Bradley in Chicago News.MOONSHINERS .
were to The new line service probably will

,but-Atlantic steamship lines had be in operation about December 1st.

announced that immigration to the FIGHT. The,name for the new company will
COMPANY MAKES CONCESSIONS
tooth would not be encouraged on CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR probably be the New Brunswick Boston -

account of immigrants In this section and Bermuda Steamship Com
One Was. Killed and One Wounded Statement from Officers of the Postal
of the country being badly treated a pany.
Were and'Could and the Western Union
movement Surrounded on
was started here today to f 'n

held a conyentlon of immigration often Not Escape. COL.: T. J. LAUD BROWN IS UNITED the Subject. Bechtel Guilty.
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of southern states immigration Raleigh, N. C., June 20.-In a bat STATES SENATORIAL New York; June 20.-As a resultof Minneapolis Minn. June 19.-W. .
agents of southern railroads and the visit of Mr. Neill. commissioner
tle between moonshiners and revenue CANDIDATE F. Bechtei ,former president of the .
ethers interested In the immigration
of labor and following suggestionsmade '
officers in the mountains of Stokes Northwestern National Life Insurance
proposition for the purpose of taking by him an adjustment of the I
county .yesterday It is reported that Company of Minneapolis, was tonight
ttttoa in the matter. difficulties between the, Western
found guilty of grand larceny by a
The New Orleans Progressive Union one moonshiner was killed and PREPARINGFOR, r CAMPAIGN Union: 'Telegraph; Company and Its
jury which had been ,out twenty-
ku wired United States Commissioner another wounded. This however is operators has been reached and there eight hours. Sentence will be Im-
General of Immigration F. P. will be no strike. This morning Col.
not confirmed.Ten of the illicit wh.is-,. posed Saturday morning. Bechtel
tkrcnt. making a general denial of dowry president of the Western
,key"makers were captured and con Has Positively Announced and Is In was found guilty on an indictment
rte charges that Immigrants are bad- Union addressed! a letter to Mr. Neill that
Jacksonville, Making Preliminary charging he entered into an
fV treated in the south and asking fined in the jail of Surrey county in outlining the position of his company
illegal with Frederick
agreement
jfer hU co-operation in the Investiga- default of $1.000 bail each. The Arrangements for Campaign and this is admittedly satisfactoryto
Sackett. treasurer of the company,
|loa proposed. all parties concerned.
prisoners are John Young Oscar whereby Sackett was to pay Bechtel
,. According to the steamship agents Smith Ed Frailer Frank Cardwell The union leaders said they looked the difference between his nominal

Iaoted, Austrians and Germans who Thomas Shelton John Jim and Oscar I Tampa June 20.-Col. T. J. Laud upon the letter as a concession by the and actual salary.Nominations .

T* come to the southern states Williams the last named being Brown in an Interview published in Western Union of all their demands -

n made bitter cpmplalnt of the brothers. I the Tampa Times tonight positively with the exception of the eighthourday
t nt and the request that typewritersfor Ratified by Democrats.
they have received and The men were rounded up by a announces himself as a candidate for

w either gone north or returned large party of revenue officers and United States senator to succeed operators be furnished by the Oklahoma City, O. T., June 18.-

a.r company.B. Democrats from the two territoriesmet
having no opportunity to escape Senator Mallory. Col. Brown left for

opened fire which the officers returned. Jacksonville on the night train. in this city'today to ratify the
-FARMERS UNION MEETING.to Y. P. U. ENTERTAIN. nominations made at the Democratic
His announcement is favorably re-
It is said that the location of the ceived here and Hilisborough county ,primaries held June 8 and pass suitable -
Vienna Cotton Conference Leaguers Are Their Guests resolutions.
distilleries in Stokes county was will be practically unanimous in his Epworth
Makes His Report. learned by a government detective behalf. for the Evening.One The official returns from the prim-

liemphis, Tenn., June 19.-J. A. who spent several weeks in the coun- aries show that C. N. Haskell was
of the jolliest crowds ever as-
R,, of Alabama, who recently ty in the guise of an Inspector of nominated for governor and T. P.Gore .
SHOT BY SUITOR yesterday. The ocasion was a Social
from the convention off and Robert Owen were namedfor
rural mall routes.At
delivery i evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
cotton spinners, held In United States senators. William
i Not Dead But Davis Committed C. A. Ridley from 8 to 11 p. m.,
Girl
la Hay, was present at the J. Bryan addressed the delegates. Mr.
The occasion wa sa social
Church. yesterday.
the
Baptist
g of the state agents of the Suicide. Bryan said:
Union. given to the Epworth League and "You have the best constitution today -
He You cordially Invited to help
presented numttttlstics are Pocomoke City Md., June 18.- other young people of the city by the
the various make the Sunday-school at the Bap- of any state in the Union anda
concerning of
Miss Bessie Lambertson, daughter Young People's Union of the Baptist
A is Europe and tist all that its friends would better constitution than the con-
made several church John Lambertson a well known church of which Mr. P. L. Tuckeris
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stitution of the United States. Let
: tions regarding future relations like to see it be. Let us swell the farmer of Worcester county was shot president.A .
the planters and spinners. attendance next Sunday. Do or say rejected me suggest that you take as your
last night by Lodie Davis a general invitation had been ex-
erel topics were discussed in some practical thing in its favor be- condi campaign keynote:
suitor and is in a precarious tended to all the young people of '
'Let the people rule. I preferto
I
meting. the most important tween now and then. tion. Davis afterwards committed and by eight o'clock '
the community
Hith risk the many rather than the few.
one relating to the At 11 a. m., the pastor will preach I suicide, his body being found today they began to come In and soon had You have a constitution that you can

eat of commission houses from the subject: "God's Great Army. near the place where he attacked Miss possession of the place. Fifty extra control."

vinous states for the purpose Its Victories and Mistakes." You will Lambertson. The shooting occurred chairs had been arranged around the

""Wmmatlng Bales between the be Interested in the discussion and while the couple were out driving, a big circle on the front porch and be-

ad spinner without the aid we believe helped by it if you can short distance from the young lady's fore very long they were all occupiedby Safety Appliance Suit. I

*ton exchange. No definite lend us your presence. At night there home. According to Miss Lambert- as congenial and winsome crowdas Valdosta. Ga., June 20.-The

'M taken on any of the mat will be the regular evangelistic ser- son's story Davis asked her to marry ever graced the home of any man. United States government today entered -

the meeting. vice with an appeal for decision. The him, and on her refusal he shot her. Quite a nice programme was car- suit here against the Atlantic .:

doors of the church are opened at He then demanded "Will you marry ried out. the most striking featuresof Coast Line railway for violations of J

wen Cleveland service. her reply "I'll die the law requiring rolling stock to be -
& IU- almost every me now? and on which was a couple of readings by
g'*- PStaTfJtae.l*'-AdTlces from We have no long series of crazy first" he fired again. Rev. Thomas J. Euan and Miss Ida equipped with safety appliances. The J

19Nhtt owning state that ex- questions to ask or answer but desire Mae Adams. Only a few present had case will be heard by Judge Speer -j-

faf UC Grover Cleveland has been by the help of God to preach the First New Cotton. ever beard either of them recite but next December. -1

.ut at his home there for practical truths of the gospel which 20.Thefirst to say they delighted everyone but
b .., sad and Houston Texas June out the evening and everybody seemed J
that lives
better
for live it. .
-: some time will help men to of cotton poorly expresses
sad bale of the new crop to have a good time. Mr. and ;
We in
friends
at it. contest
who knew oft be happier while they are from There was a drawing
were much alarmed. try to preach to Bill and Tom. and arrived here tonight by express Last year which all participated and three Mrs. Ridley gave the young folks J
It.h and David Hidalgo county Texas. i I Annie Hem- permission to come when they
;; said has now John letting Abraham 6, and the prizes were given: Miss i2
We most the first bale arrived July David Bon- pleased declaring that their house .
,1
*od his. themselves.
recovery is take care of June 22. ming won first prize;
ritestinal' to worship earliest bale heretofore was third. was open to them for any sort of -
trouble from cordially;ipvite everybody be sold at auction -! nell second and Flossie Byrd
will
tleveiand welcome, 1901. This bale served through- social gathering they desired.
has, previously with, us.. You are always Refreshments, were -
r the canie of his illness. no matter where yon come from. tomorrow. _






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Colic and Diarrhoea. .1|I P Veterans Meeting. i Ancient RomeIs DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills ::1IDc--I

Pains In the stomach, colic and i; There will be a meeting of Camp; now merely a memory of the past. are unequaled for Backache weak "How '

diarrhoea are quickly relieved by the!. Jos. E. Finegan U. C. V.. in the Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the family kidneys Inflammation of the bladder are there in an apple" it quq

use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera courthouse at Live Oak, Fla., July I I liniment of the twentieth century. A and all urinary troubles. A week's N3 one knew.

and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by 1st, at 11 o'clock a. m. A full attendance -I positive cure for Rheumatism, Burns treatment for 25 cents. Sold by City "And yet" said the ICHGI

Barclay & Groover, and all Cuts Sprains, Neuralgia, etc. Mr. C. d*
drugS Is urgently requested.W. Pharmacy. tor, "all of you eat naay lfi*

gists. A. TISON H. Runyon. Stanberry. Mo., writes: the course of Tear, aid seeds
"I have used Snow Liniment for Regular. *fc
Ton as
Commander.Will every day, probably.
Then He Left. Rheumatism and all pain. I can't
"Excuse me," said the stranger in to notice the little tnl&nii"
The Youth-Ah, I would I were a say enough la Its praise." Sold by
Cure Consumption. The talk of the Inspector is?
the Tillage, "but do the trains on
glove, that I might hold your pretty Suwannee Drug Co. dw
hand. A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes: this road generally keep schedule. ed the ,children and tier

"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best "Always," replied the native. "We discussed the matter at nea
Widow You certainly
Young -
preparation for coughs, colds and Coming Right Back. wreck twice week." The teacher the next day
count
can on a a
the line.
would be a success In glove lung trouble. I know that It has I fIlie
Patron-A nice way to serve things Milwaukee Sentinel.For heard this conversatJom. 1
The Youth-Do you think so? "
cured consumption In the first stage. in this blankety blank restaurant! getting some of Her
Young Widow-Yes, you are a You heard of I
never any one using Here's a hairpin in the .salad. scratches* burns, cuts, insect{around her, gravely said:
genuine kid.Tid Bits. Foiey's Honey and Tar and not *
being
"alter-That's part of the dressIng bites and the many little hurts com- "Now, children, JUt a>
satisfied. City Pharmacy. dw sir.-The Bohemian. I'm Mr. Inspector. T "ft"
Don't! mon to every family, use DeWitt'
I Carbonized Witch know more about eonunot tap
Don't let your child suffer with Different : Hazel Salve. Sold
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, a sure I Remarkable Rescue. by City Pharmacy. d- you don't, you'll all.IJ'OW W*

cure for Coughs Bronchitis Influenza. Church-A merciful man Is merciful -: That truth Is stranger than fiction fools. Now tell me IU sax,

Croup and Pulmonary Diseases.Buy to his beast. has once more been demonstrated In Entirely Possible. Ing sternly at a Pi 2Y' '

a bottle and try It. B. B. Laughter. Gotham-Yes, but that doesn't re- the little town of Fedora. Tenn. the First Scientist-Did the many feathers has a 18-M
see
you
quire him to be merciful to his wife'sdog.Yonker's
Byhalia, Miss., writes: "I have
residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes: tabled that I presented to the Antique *
two children who had croup. I tried Statesman. A prompt pleasant. ** J
"I was In bed entirely disabled Society. Unearthed it in Switzerland. !
with to ISI
many different remedies, but I must I for coughs and colds
say your Horehound Syrup'Is the best Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.* hemorrhages of the lungs: and throat. Haven't been able to read it as yet. Laxative Cough Syrup. It

Croup and Cough medicine I ever "Several years since my lungs wereso Doctors failed to help me, and all Second Scientist-No wonder; I no opiates and does sot

used. Sold by Suwannee'Drug Company -I badly affected that I had many hope had fled when I began taking think it is a piece of petrified Swiss Children like It. Sold W C1

dw* hemorrhages," writes A. M. Ake, of Dr. King's New Discovery. Then Instant cheese.-'few York MalL macy.

Wood, Ind., "I took treatment with relief came. The coughingsoon

Faking Nature. several physicians without any benefit. ceased; the bleeding diminished -If you will make inquiry It will bea S OIthinC DobII-

"Another terrible nature fake!" I then started to take Foley's rapidly, and in three weeks I was revelation to you how many succumb The Judge And dill 1913**
able to go to work." Guaranteedcure to kidney or bladder troublesii
"How now?" Honey and Tar, and my lungs are you bodily harm?
now as sound as a bullet. I recom- for coughs and colds. 50c and one form or another. If the pa- Naw, 16 s***
home Victim-
"The Eagles dedicate a new The
mend it in advanced stages of lung $1.00 at Barclay & Groover drug tient is not beyond medical aid, Foley's fa.aee.-CJeteaJ4!
and the head Eagle lays a corner smashed me
rouble." Foley's Honey and Tar store. Trial bottle free. dw Kidney Cure will cure. It never
stone!Washington Herald."I er.
and prevents serious results from a disappoints., City Pharmacy. dw

cold. Refuse substitutes. City Pharmacy Installments.
met Hagerllss yesterday; typical Bum Villain. When you feel the *e1Jtl
d Church-Do
wIlls you suppose they will Ltttk E #
bald-headed man, isn't it? take a DeWitt
ever get that awful smell out of the I'm disgusted with tnat villain." Pharmacy-
"Typical? How do you mean? Sold by City
Kick. Subway? "Why?"
"Why, I hadn't known him ten -
"Yes, his Gotham-I don't know. "He don't seem to learn nothln *
minutes before he was telling me how congregation gives him I know I by Thelmporuatllu

his mother used to whip him becausehis three hundred dollars and four donation take a lot of it out with me every experience 1 saw thIS snow last "I guess I won't eat p.f1fJJl

hair was SD thick he couldn't keepIt parties a year." daY-Yonker's Statesman. year, an' hanged If he ain't still day," said the first clerksew

combed."-Philadelphia Press. "And he is asking for an increaseof waikin' into the same om traps.- "Why not" :
-A man who Is in Atlanta Constitution. foav in
salary? perfect health, so "Because if 1 dO 1

He Fired the Stick. "No, for a decrease of donation he can do an honest day's work when time fir my regular

"I have fired the walking-stick I've parties."Houston Post. necessary, has much for which he There Is no case of indigestion, no smoke"-Atlanta Const0

carried over 40 years, on account of a I should be thankful. Mr. L. C. Rodgers be matter how obstinate, that will not -
-W. R. Ward, of Dyersburg, Tenn.,I speedily relieved by the use of Ko- the JfJi1'
for
sore that resisted every kind of treat- of Branchton, Pa., writes dol. Votice for Bids
Kodol
writes: "This Is to certify that I have that contains the same juices
ment until I tried Bucklen's Arnica I. he City H0-
was not only unable to work, found In a healthy
Salve; that has healed the sore and user Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for but stomach. Con- of tit tlen J

made me a happy man," writes John i chronic constipation, and it has he couldn't stoop over to tie bis own Law.forms to the Pure Food and Drugs The Bond Trustees ..

Garrett of North lUlls N. C. Guar- proven, without a doubt to be a shoes. Six bottles of Foley's Kidney Sold by City Pharmacy. d* Live Oak, Florida. 1IiII.

anteed for Piles, Burns, etc., by Barclay thorough, practical remedy for this Cure made a new man of him. He The day of July, 1907. recelTt s'1'for S..

& Groover, druggists. %5c. dw trouble, and it is with pleasure I says, "Success to Foley's Kidney Good In Her Maine.i the erection of a CSU'said
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offer my conscientious reference." nat-3 manners: .
Cure. wire
City BaJa
Pharmacy. city.
r' Convenience. City Pharmacy. dw dw Gausslp. "They .,
Modern a say she didn't have Plans and spedflc**>'

"Do you approve of automobiles?" Extract from XoveL very* good name when he married Trustees.
And Beauty Too. ner.- file with said
-To some extent," answered Miss "The sun was shining, the grass tight II
"Well the
Cayenne. They enable one to clean i Customer-What have you In fish was greening all nature was he seems to think it's very Reserving :
smiling.
good "
now, and all bids.
with gasoline without today It replied Wise.
one's gloves was spring. tl'
I "Yes!" M.Cralrman L $ 4
suspicion." Washington ..Salesmaofew bones ma'am. "What
exciting nature fake wrote that "
? "Y8'J. Bob
Star. I ceveland Plain Dealer, -Louisville Courier-Journal. l*,. .- h e s put all his property In Board of

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OLD FLORIDA FOREVER. enlisted
GOOD and
served In the
f military ORDINANCE
NO.
59.
or naval service of the Confederate FLORIDA RAILWAYSCHEDt7La.
i sates of New England CouPle Froze! states during the civil war, who has An Ordinance to provide a method for .

Out There But Happy at Last been a citizen of Florida for ten year the discovery of the illicit sale of ,
In Florida.V. Prior to filing the CONNECTS WITS ALL TRAINS ON s. A. 1. .T. ANB A.. t. I8Y.. Jr.'r LIPS CAL
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Intoxicating
application
for a liquors within the cor-
P. Simmons a resident of the pension, and who is aLU) DOwII. 1 4
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over the age of porate limits of the csaTaaL TOLL aLU) Qraliud7gt
I City of Live
Jake region of Polk county contributes sixty years, shall receive
$100 ,
the following Interesting state- year in quarterly payments. Person per I Oak. Florida to punish false I No.I No.Mail L Mail Pit

meat to the Bartow CourierInformant drawing pensions under the previous swearing therein and to arrest the, STATIONS Ez a 1s t
: acts of the legislature are retained vendor making such illicit sale. StIJICiq. DaiIF: Daiiy_ Saaia

"Oar northern friends often en- on the pension rolls and entitled to Be It ordained by the Mayor and
the Inducements of the Increase.
,ulrt wbat are Widows of City Council of the City of Live Oak 710 a m 110 p.Lw s Oak.50 .-..... ., to b0 a m 5P'*
florid farming I hare passed the soldiers or sailors are
r entitled Florida. a m ls4pmLv Tv
to ,
score and ten years mark. Mine $120 per year provided a 3Pa 5mpm
bas three beea- a checkered life-having ,they were married to such soldier or Section 1. Whoever within the 106. m INp..L Stotiel L ...... T- 22 a Saeja

sailor ten years prior to 118. m 'Ii6P L ---- -- -- r.- *"-
Bred aDder five national flags-and plications making ap- corporate limits of the City of UTe m za ;10 m a m 445

la something like thirty states and ment of new for pension. The pay- Oak Florida shall be found in anT 110 a m .18.m LY. Xi.-.A r.. '1' 6"tI .'.'
In the United States. Mine claims will date from I 140. m .ttpmM W b._._.
LY'1000.
territories .
the day of filing application public place in a state of intoxication m !0'y a'",._
sot been Quite the experiences In the I0L W ..--Ar. ---- -da3
hat
of Daniel De Foe whose poem on his pension office. or boisterous or In any war .10 a m _... r..YiDe- .._ -

and downs of life began. Thirteen Pension Schedule.IA under the Influence of intoxicating 5m- Lv. -LuraYiDe--. u _
apt Ar. 7ma.th.;,.... ..
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a m ;
thirteen times liquor so that he
times rich and addition to or she does not "'
the
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above the fol- 10 00 a 4--l
poor' yet oars k our fourth start In lowing pensions are allowed: behave in a natural manner shall be 0.' 57 a m a 1s ,m

the world and the best of the four. For loss of sight. ... .. .. .$150 taken In charge by the Marshal or 10 1' a m iu p. L. --Sa. .Rinr---1.T. 6b a a 1f p m

ud that to, since we passed the For loss of one eye. . .'. 100 any policeman of the 1010. .10. .Lv -N 1.% ----.L.. 45 a m sMp o
For loss City of UTe 10 s0 a m 4. M .x.-- ..... L1r..oa .
land mark. of one foot p si
gjty years or leg. 125! a i 4i
Oak Florida and detalned'in custody 10 LlI' .__. h e
from being a mechanic sailor Fr loss of hand. .. . 125 i5
miner of the For loss of both until sober and shall ,then be taken 1010. -.A1 r1l'.
soldier and gold Rocky hands. . 150 before the 10 15 a m At &' -....--. ".
Xosatalas. In the early seventies I For loss of both feet. . .. 150< Mayor In order that he or YaSjAu.:
For she may be required to disclose from U 06 a m Ar._..... LY.UI0..ap..L .
married and settled down upon a Con- loss of hand and foot. . 150 ..... ".
For personal Injuries whom he or she purchased such Intoxicating --r-- liZa s40pmIl
disease
client farm. For thirteen seasons or. '
age whereby liquor. lO m a 4I'p.L., L-11'ied _a. s0 a m a 26 .
and myself worked early and person cannot. p.
late vtfe, often even In the longest days earn a livelihood . . 120 Section 2. When such person Is U IS a m s A p. LT_....._...s.Jt.='d y.U".II0P.LT !is a m s is p m
For; brought before the _._ a r....
both total disability as shown Mayor the sale 26- 06 t m
la the summer lighting up at b p ms4
ends of the day for labor-wife teach- Ly physician's affidavit.. . 150 Mayor shall require him or her to a m 517pLv .. ..-L.. 00am Upm
testify under oath to
as where when
to the household LlI' 1r__ T- .
school In addition OS a n 517 11'
p. s 51
lag a
r There Are Few and from whom he or she purchased '.0 !0 p m
. aad dairy work fruit picking L '__ T _
Ua.. s m -- v -.LT.
i stops the cough and heals the lungs such Intoxicating liquor and upon his p m s ab a m 210 p e
t t and packing. Sometimes of a morn- people who.know how to take care or her refusing to testify at all, or u. m lC3p..Lv _- -Dena s.i ark--LY. 188. tap st2

lit sorting baskets and of packing strawberries about a hun-then of themselves-the majority do not. upon his or her testifying In such a U m 1&0 pillAr -Peft7__ _..--1.11'. ..110.I 8 p a

dred The liver is a most .important organin manner as to lead the Mayor to believe 4 '
two miles to her school to
riding the body. Herbine will keep it in that his or her testimony is
get there a little past 8 a. m. Ours condition. V. C. Simpkins Alba evasive or false the Mayor after (4) Teiesrash or T..boae Statio. (O Flag Station (r) Register. (s) Regular Stop (a
fruit farm we grew apples Meaty Station T. P. ALITON. SBparmtandeaU
a
nt Texas writes "I have
: used Herbine warning without effect, shall ad-
W.S. HAaKII General
Passenger Acent.
peaches, pears plums, apricots, for Chills and Fever and find it the judge him or her to be In contemptof !

nectarines Quinces cherries strawtsrries. best medicine I ever used. I would court and shall punish such con-

raspberries blackberries not be without it. It is for
as good tempt
currants by Imprisonment In the city 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 11I1I111I.r
. cranberries, gooseberries I children as it is for grown-up people jail not exceeding twenty days or by

1 ud grapes turning every year hundreds and I recommend it. It is fine for fine not exceeding fifty dollars ($50).

, of dollars worth of fruit Into LaGrippe. Sold by Suwannee Drug or by both such fine and Imprison-
money besides our regular farm pro- Company. dw ment. SEABOARDAirline

jects. While on the outside I earned Section 3. If upon the examination

Ii Iiasira t u much more on the road selling Florida Bankers Elect Officers. mentioned in Section 2, the person a :.

hilt and ornamental trees plants (Times-Union,17th.) brought before the Mayor shall dis- Railway.

etc. Marked by a large attendance by close the name of the person from .
"During all these years our mortgage addresses that gave a new insight whom he or she purchased such Intoxicating ,

.cost of help. Improvements etc.. Into Florida conditions and Florida liquor and the place and Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

.. TU fully two dollars a day. Having industries and resources and by the date of such purchase and testify in Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

reduced our mortgage a thousand dol- election of officers ,to serve for the such a manner as to lead the Mayorto Philadelphia and New York. .:

Iin. set a thousand new fruit trees ensuing year the annual meeting of believe that the testimony is probably

improved our buildings, we lost by the Florida Bankers' Association I true the Mayor shall then and

. two freezeonts fully two thousand dollars 'held at Hotel Continental. Atlantic there reduce or cause to be reduced TWO ELI GNNT TRfllNS DOILY

!lei'.tnt ud broken In health gave the Beach on June 14 and 15, was easily the said testimony to writing and

e place up to the mortgage and with one of the most successful In the have said person sign it. and verify

t ruerne teIftl | u aged father four small children history of the organization.' it by affidavit taken and certified by Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

BJ wile and myself started for Flor- Interest In the election of officers the said Mayor. If such person shall

nP ida. We brought up In Polk county was high and the following were refuse to sign and swear to the said ,

, *] Iud 4. 1815. With our poor health chosen to serve for the coming year: testimony when reduced to writing i

lea tad struggles to settle a homestead President-T. T. Monroe Ocala. the said Mayor shall attach his certificate I :Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

rw ft was fully three years before we First Vive President-C. A. Car- that the said testimony was

:.t1t&tpa : verf able to own a cow. Well here son KissImmee. taken before him under oath on the

vo are now comfortably situated at Second Vice President-G. W. date thereof. The Jamestown Exposition Line .

Frost Proof near Lake Clinch witha Allen. Key West. Section 4. If the said testimony

wDJ rood home and nearly a thousand Third Vice President-J. B. Conrad reduced to writing shall show that NORFOLK, VA.

cot' hit trees. We are growing grape- DeLand. ,any person has Illegally sold Intoxi-

:attp.2ad 1 frill, oranges, limes, kunqnats. pea- Fourth Vice PresIdent-F. A. cating liquors in the City of Live Oak. Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily :

J' to thee, pears plums Japan persimmon Wood St. Petersburg. Florida the said' Mayor shall Issue -

.lettom' loquats. lemons pan.I Fifth Vice President-W. K. Hyer his warrant for the arrest of such For full information and Sleeper reservations callon, any agent

a pipes pineapples, etc., working only Pensacola. person or persons on a charge of I of Seaboard, or write,
felt and Treasurer George selling Intoxicating liquor to be .
tk. Secretary -
hours a day we worked intold
S. C. BOYLSTON JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville. F1 J
rocky New England with no DeSanssure, Jacksonville. brought before him for proceedings .
,**gage. no doctor's bills no freeze- Executive Council-T. P. Denham, as in other cases. -

*.. enjoying the quiet of our home Jacksonville; A. F. Perry Jacksonville Section 5, The person disclosingthe u.,
John Trice.' Tampa George E name of -the vendor shall be
*,tat Lakes, with plenty of liter ; ; . . . . . . . . . . .
oas ..e. friends and God's blessings Lewis Tallahassee; F. W. Hoyt. Fer- brought before the Mayor to testify TOUR

s tl avt Privileges and fish from the nandina. at the trial of the party arrested andIf SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis I

him; 1Ft are very happy in our deg Representatives to annual conven his or her testimony does not agreeIn

Lion of the American Bankers' As- any material matter with his or
Jean.W. not restricted in the scope of its patronage. tis
ball. would be glad to-again greet sociation at Atlantic City-George B. her previous written testimony he broad enough to accommodate all and f

Sew England friends whom DeSaussure. Alternate-John T. Di sor she shall be turned over to the

*. J h 1114. Upon turning our faces wt'It mukes. 'St. Augustine. State authorities. for trial for per- HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:
ttB '-"
.lad t.Jcl.fI ."4. but *t want no more ofchangeable jury. 1.The young folks with their small savings.
> \t la&1ud's Oiled Streets May Burn. Section 6. Any testimony given
climate striving to accumulate fund
2.-The breadwinner a
under this Ordinance by the person
:
soil. !tarry and rustle for a The following from an Ohio paper to procure a home or a competency for old age.
in Sec-
taken in charge as provided
. &a for good people we had better be considered before -The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and
lid tion 1 shall not be used against him
aril l them everywhere but forgive Ocala people decide to oil their the income provided.
: *"* 'I or her on a charge of drunkenness.
fT
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K U the far south-penln- streets: Section 7. All Ordinances In con- 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.
la1da. If yon pie...." Mr. Matt Bean and Mr. Ed. Clark

Jsat- r ". OCT have discovered that oil will burn 11ct Section herewith 8. are This hereby Ordinance repealed.shall THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida :I .

nsera FOB rE. SIOXS. The in front of the Bean .1Live
.,41 street car- take effect immediately upon Its passage i. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
riage factory had just been oiled.
.s xew by the Council and approval by
.....l1m Prsaloi r.. in EfJoarnal. Waste paper from the shop is usually the Mayor. '
"& ta-- r pe15iow Sdwdlll. burned in the street. Before.
1P BROWN
H.
+ CHAS.
sit"ttsuoa esacala FlorIda 17th.) burning the paper it was suggested President of City Council. Oak MTg. Co. .
4w/ Pension law. pass- that they might set the street on fire. Clerk.
City
Jut l.Pa1ature Attest: S. P. MAYS
and which To test It they applied several matches -
uses City Clerk of the J
the I, S. P. Mays
.V** pensions of Cons to the oil. without effect. Then
Florida do hereby Manufacturers of
ABCs aDd their widows City of Live Oak. t
.. tlect. and they tried a lighted piece of paper. certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo.

'f ib' Qt1 -GII.t Ye3lillaa yesterday received from Clr- That settled the question. In a moment 59 was regularly passed by the Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights
the street on fire the ,
.: 01 tat lox board the new form of was City Council on the 10th day of June. 'I
1I'kJQ flames running fifty feet high. the same is hereby -
1907 .and
mast be filled out A. D.
and Turrpentlne.Electric
V. aJ J m Z.Bo '4 of County Com-. The small hose of the fire depart- certified to the Mayor of his ap- Power .

City ....aac later forwarded to the ment was turned on. but this increased proval. Lights in any part of the city furnished for =1

JII' I V "" '-fd. the conflagration. The large hose I Witness my hand and the seal of Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. I

doss law Ia a very lib- was then brought Into use and the 'said City this 10th day of June. A. : Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturr: I
&order to the fire flooded out. No serious damage :
j. paT pen- D. 1907.
:
to eargoad I L'UI..the follow dollar a special tax was done.a telephone Some pole trees were was scorchedand slightly S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. 1 ncr Wholesale urposes. ond retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- _- !.
on all
Itr proptfiitueat Examined and approved by me this all orders aromptly fiilled.We "; .
** has been damaged. Messrs. Bean and Clark cial attention, and -

, tJt.ff'I' .d,* It Is believed will be take the -guying" to which they are 11th day of June.J. A.B. D.JOHNSON 1907. will give you good prices on tow grade ifing i and -

subjected good naturedly.-Ocala Come and get our prices.
p'IIIII Mayor of Live Oak Florida. flooring. .
that
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bIa'D&Y ae a3 rat tal]i r p Eke to read ad-wtCiSQllGrt tfioper? WATER M EVEJtT HOGM. eta TZSJESaJ *__

UIfPtPmt.; Ct-UDL..;t ..ory.feet SS is tie __.wet cf tae! k* win give Baiakridge a PtCIIC_._..a--s. WELL_ __STABLES. SltAaYP&

1 .y wii3 a tie reszxiIs i:ftrigkt SB2e: daily that win ke a force RATES REASONABLE
:&:!If. uha, tas __.----4 til I 1' kost
' BZXOC2AT DAILY i
TB2 t,T asap cases: Is wthrk Ce taassaC :: : ; toksow PflRK HOTEL. DOWLIKG PMICaosiDit
be
Ka2etf: ta axy at aC De r .' ef Ftariia fzSends wd glad ADttSS
law sad w.er aX the as!' i5t_
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Scales yostag* $ i that Sam la again
Tsar 7 *%.H Jar six .salty cC a31e Izterest.iIe at tie kead of kis ewer paper and '
'. for euttare at home, there will be uaeeesesity Forser GOT. W_ Omazceat
f1,.: f.ar W. rstt3.ac ioI cm's' <. 3e+o. Ce :uidar+d rto i wish kin the akaadaat success r
[tier of sending; oar girls abroadfor
tor are weeks.: la aivxxee. D male the sysa a. AaIeIIL X :slot ckairasaz cf-: the,
.-d Ie as7r: t Ce d:y. *y J haw .-- and weak ckarse'ter. !I ka that p1lJ'POMSomad and thorough touched upoa tke osz
carrier., tar J_ errs per 1AIeit- education for young women is quite j
: teasg iafarar1rs _eid reasasii [Il Keep yoar eye oa Hoke Scrftk. campaign la tooar .
aa faap rfant as it is for young i&es.
Case V O. Pigsax. e* tie hasV-!| aai sn1 eovxag refzs- i There is aa using prospect that and the college at Tallahassee Demacni c _
?1 l to w .d3 aI tie er& enee sad I
.a of tie: g :ke ia to be tie big sought Sosth-
s3fp Iowa refxjed ta gst yet evidently alert to both Its opportunity Bradley "l=ave bet tsar
sz] errs t:ids onjy srtof
new. cnarjarEarxt of a s-.ec car sg Q oa iera man who Is t> stride I into the .
I and its tl1rtT.B.EPC'GLlCL'S for
Ia Tfrgx2a tie esker cay. i-** was 1 14PjeaeC" rl It. a4 worse sff3. .fganris tr:iPresidescy after a2 these many decades presiderthe a
y Zone. Ykat aa op-!I 0 4 as arts std -c. = -1y FWD 1 1aX j| of Sovthera exclusion from the erratic sialES ag wkacondemned

ymtaaUtar; yocxg panc-x&ers la : S' press pere ;seat oa tiP OlyztpBa: ,lob Tem 1e kk.T t C K.V COXVKM3. by tae

Cat Baa's se'IL i to Cetzle their serdcL, too e tea-2ad!i Graves was faterriewed by the New grace of his party; #
their way tso the lazy box: aid the
|York Herald the other day on
great and
1* aw reported that Cot T. L.J 8IIe Adt JI3:: ; aa y thwart! Presidential sseeessioa, and after re- Bracgart Soeerii by Ei-Go ersor azysuzic

Brewa. e< Tan?** Aeatre to e3 tIe plafa s of JuD e :aacertiag his opinion that the Democratic Bradley-Stttf XofntmrkurvLouisTlBe. whose came sees t> as

pas. his asrfsfanss to tie coc=--< tie law acat tie deeeaey air ts-! party should nominate Mr. : Ky. Jane %'.-Eon. except to oar good adjiie
Ve vtVfiTe foraaorya tee* ea e and Ja. &* ." ; spirit of
mad car a ca as
Wattersoa
I Roosevelt he used these strong wordswhich Augustus E. WIlscc of Louisville er at wfessv > t
&na.w seat. Tk. rea* X9fac a wkoie tossSf aid tara tie Jury and
are nose too strong areakogther doubt not U Ifeaais.
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nominated o
last by acclamation Qgt
night >
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t* fee lots oC fa*ia skis oid State system itseif taro a Mesa sad cost was
[ trae.+
ly farce The of bratal murders as Republican candidatefor band we nave a weaSJt of*
axt rear. sews
I "He (Hoke Smith) has the courage -
shocks tie rea as psh2e aearty governor, : of Kentucky at the any one of shoat esa wiatsaiGOT.
I the brains and the executive
GoaeSaeag words of Henry Wat- every day ia the week. This is bad ability, aid when the Georgia Legislature state convention ia cession at the col- Bradley then ex&gSK j
Ala-I jeaoogX bat sot bad. sot Haeum. Mr. Wilson had no opposi
term's trfVvl -Hargaa *f aearly so adjourns after the session this tiny Rort. GOT. Hague of SE*]
......- wko died tie otlr day ta>aearfy so fxS of evil portent for die summer the people of this country tion. The first plank In the platform Senator Foraker. Seciecuy flgl
fasae -We fatare the ct bratal verdictsof carries endorsement of President
the faaaesa at years aid ; as aew3 win regard Hoke Smith as the Roosevelt an
eoald. knot kits with as always.He ; the acq vittal of these saae mnr- of the Democratic party. If Roosevelt's administrative policies President Fairbanks sifer I

was a type e r what werrtagta*!iderers' by Jutes false to their oaths Hoke Smith U nominated by the but avoids a specific declaration la non and Senator Saox, and<

the Fret&a seaazor to save feeea lath ;sad false to ttttr eovatry: ODe of I:Deoocrats: I believe he will carry favor cf any candidate for the presi- ed:
patej days of th* T3rfsa repaaBe -these recreant furies ay Ia Glyaajcomaty. dency. However It is so worded as Tkere is not a state ia Qt 1
every Democratic vote la the North
: a perfect typed tie best Cat I Cecrgia, the other day as wen as the South. to be generally regarded as more that cant furaisk a wt
was ta tie old sovtXT ,; ought fa a verdict of acquittal lai favorable to Secretary of War Taft can defeat WHEaa J. Ili

a Border case that that was sock an The Democrat has received the than any one else. It Is as follows: year we shag aomiaatessetf;

The FcaaacoCa JoaraaX says that i'outrage oa Justice aad so directly |catalogue of the Florida Female Col- "We approve: the policies and commend distinguished men wbora I list

"moor kas it that Sawaaaee. cooaty: I contrary: to the plain evidence that lege at Tallahassee 1507-8 and the ability, courage and integrity named, and whoever ke ear <

wilt faraisk a _M****** far one ct:Judge Parker who was presiding the facts and figures set forth in it of President Theodore Roosevelt will sweep the coaatry.
eabfaet Sovaaa !was usable to restrain his tadigaajttoa show that this State W. H. Cora of XaysvSiinated ,sst
the postxtoos neat ttsie. Institution is In and his administration and with-
i and disgust and he said from
for Ceatesaxt
.... cocaty Is rlcft ia resocrcec a very nourishing condition and that out expressing preference for anyone
aad she has never 4 yet tailed to!te bench: it is rapidly growing Into the front favor the selection of the national Judge James H. Brea StkinsTtQe. t

taraWa kr fan asta ef candidates' "As Are as yea live and as sure rand?of S/mJtero _schools for the candidate for president of-one in full attorney recent I

sirs Ur covatrr caHed. la this far I'u there Is a lust God unless we higher education of young women. ace-rd with those policies and who James, of Harroesbars tar :

staaec we are la tie dark bock as ta mare ir?-a Bttle fa the observance Florida Is entitled to Such a school will energetically carry them out bathe and Chairman S. Farley.of 1

the -.42"t.r. and t&* po Uora. /of the law mad fa meting out justice: so that with', the best opportunitiesp Interests all the people.I .** for treasurer.
impartially we are going to pay for ,.
j 111. If I thought sock conditions

Editor WUsoa, of the BtouUtowa i came from any action or lack of . . . . . . . . . .
Democrat was a meaner of tae latelecislatare action on the part cf this court I T


aa4 te talks fa sack Ai would step down from this bench and

Lsodest war about his career there I never preside over another case in '

that we reproduce kis words as a t this court. We must stand shoulderto I READY TO. WEAR SALE
sklatac example to some of tae otk- shoulder. regardless of whom it

en: He says la his paper 1 affects, and where wrong had beend .
editor of this wao had #
The paper, ae stand for the right. Applaud
tae honor to rrpreseat the good sad;
the right and condemn the wrong!
Boarisklsf eovatjr of Calkova. leara-- We seed to think of this. We musthave I
ed a whole lot while there. He sows I I
1. 3
suck conditions that
I our people DAYS ONLY
r s lzed. like maar a sew member.I shall learn from youth to obey .
mack t. I
that ke did DOt aavwat to
I the law, respect the law and to love ..
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more traa a "kaot on a log" He also,:the law, from which they receive somany .. ', -; e
leaned that It takes about the ea-i i "
[ benefits : STRICTLY FOR
CASH
tire sesatoa for a sew member>> to J i\ His 1I'ord.a1I'ere timely and altogether _.
"catek oa**. We hope oar readers'' e
proper and if the men who
will aot misinterpret oar m. antay by| turned the murderer loose had : Tuesday Wednesday Thursday F
the fouadaiUoa i ,
tklakl&c we are laying anT conscience ia them they must :
for aaotker trip for sock as Idea!E| Lave keenly felt the rebuke. The

Is far from oar mind; we simply{:|cause of law and order in this country June 25-26 and 27.
meatioa this la the of !
way aa apology I I i is at the mercy of the jury system I !
for short that be
say comings may
I i aDd a juryman who violates his oath _
credited to... If our efforts bare!'
aDd "falls downn his duty is as
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met with favor fellows ;
OtJr
amoag
j much an enemy to his law abiding
men we are glad; If, oa the other 'I t -
I neighbors and his country u is the
band oar efforts bare broagkt een-i i murderer he rotes to acquitThe I.
are upon as. we are sorry. We

staad ready to explala oar position I i Entire stock of shirt waists .

oa aay sad all measures. la eoaclasioa satisfactory intelligence comes .. ,
we ask that you be charitable,I from Mississippi that in the primary i skirts, muslin underwear chil- 1x.f .
for we were only one among siztynlae. campaign in progress between Governor
** I Vardaman and John Sharp Williams drens dresses .,
f at less than cost : :M:
rival candidates for the United

Hon. Joha 8. Beard, of Peataeola I' States Senate, the Indications point i of material. Those who have -

passed through Atlanta the otherday. very strongly to the success of the

was Interviewed at length by latter. Governor Vardaman is bothan attended our special sales

,the Constitution, got his picture In honest and an able man who ..1 i

the paper and folly unbosomed him- means to do the right thing, but he i know something of the valueswe .

self to the reporter', on the subjectof Is lacking In a sense of proportion ,
ofn
his great scheme to drag the and hasn't the right perspective fora i : give. .
caudal appendage off the constitution statesman in a national arena. He :Ir Ie

of the United States and put the would outTillman Tillman himselfon aldli

Fifteenth Amendment oat of business the negro question and keep up an ii
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by a kindly decision of the Intemperate agitation on that issue -

Federal Supreme Court which he that would simply inflame temper, : -

hopes to secure. The last legislaturesat provoke resentments and harden prejudices i See the goods in the window to be
down on that scheme and John. on both sides of the line. The

too. but be announces his purpose to North must be led into co-operation go

rlse again." The most Interestingpart with the South In the settlement of i sold at 98cts.

of the Interview was that in the race question by the knowledge

which Mr. Beard stated that he was which comes from acquaintance with -"
a candidate for the United States the negro en masse and pressure of
and felt reasonably sure of the problem at its own door and in
Senate brief vacation In no other way will those people ever
After a
North success.Carolina. Mr. Beard says that see straight on the subject. Time is THE LADIES EMPORIUM Apps.f.;

be will return to Florida and begin bringing that condition with increasing
lasting until rapidity but men la the Senate
campaign
an active ,
like Governor Vardaman could nqt

spring.can govern Here ourselves Is definite news accordingly.and we hasten that end and mean while do EREE'D1tE VERY L. s. Harvard PHONE 15'\

Now who will play John Sharp Williams much harm by. arousing needless 'Ii ,

to Mr. Beard's Yardaman! antagonisms. . . . . . .. . I . _.. ..
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT,. FRIDAY JUNE .21, 19OT.. _
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LOCALS, AND PERSONALS here tetra yesterday:.S. P.Cook, of Suwannee. was t 1111111111 U I i 1111111111111111111111 1111111 II II-I'' We glean, the following atirttoaalparticulars \

14 t L.. *. "top' !: : 1 t of the killing of Hfe Bar -

; A.A.2WIlllams: went to Jacksonville Time Will Test Your ::1 ton familyat Jasper,from. a special

MATTERS OP INTEREST BRIEFLY on business this morning. to the Times-Union: w W. Bat'-
CHRONICLED FOR DEMO ton a carpenter shot and almost Instantly

CRAT READERS Hon. R. H. Mllllnor of Ellaville, Furniture killed his wife. three chlldren-
la In the city today. and himself at hi* home here last
night. One victim a child fire yean

Rer. G. H. old. survived long enough to tell that
York of
AND THEY GOn Coleman. was >
THEY COME here today.J. You can find out all the weak. : Barton did the killing. The shots
spots by waiting-but this Isn't a were heard about 10 o'clock last ::

H A. Ward went.to Savannah this waiting age. So when you buy night, but no attention was paid to
t! 1 of Lire Oak and Suwannee morning to look around. Furniture you want to KNOW the matter until early today when

k County Gathered by the Democrat beforehand that It will keep all ,.. neighbors discovered Barton's body
\ Reporterj Chas E. Davis of Madison is a the promises made about It. : lying on the front porch and that of
guest of the Ethel.J. his wife on the back porch. The
:
Our store Is ready.to assure you' :
;
children were found in a bedroom.
of this. :
t j_' w. Harper of Grover Is here G. Gornto of Mayo is In the the pistol !having been held close to ;;

todsT. city today a guest of the EtheLC. SO carefully do we buy. that as far' the mouth, in each Instance and the

,; as quality Is concerned you might .. faces were powder marked. Unhappydomestic

Dr. Eflrd was called to Peacock C. Rawls. Jr... of 'Salem Is In safely pick out whatever you like relations, are believed to
today professionally.A. the city. < with your eyes shut. <: have been responsible f-r the crime.
Barton left home Tuesday and did
M. liosley and J. F. Stlnson W. S. Mlckler of Lee. was here If you decided the question of not return untillate Wednesday even-

of Clayland are here today. last evening.J. style the same way. you wouldn't Ing when he found the doors nailed
.. :\.. go'ar wrong. But of course you against him. He battered them down

Reuben Harrell of Grover. was L. Johnson and wife of Perry '. must use your own judgment In and began his work of destruction"

here.trading today. were here this morning.Wm. :this .respect. '
.. -. s Mrs. C. J. Phillips left for Live :;.
When may we expect a visit from <
H. 'Wlmberly and R. O. Bonnell McGhIe returned from Jack- : you? Oak this afternoon to see her sis
.
are In the city today sonville this morning.W. ter. Mrs. Arthur Masters who has 4
'" been very sick with typhoid.-Ocala ;

W. T. Johnson and son of HamIl- H. Hart, of Mayo is in the city J. B. Barton & Co. ". L. Campbell, Star.

ton county are here today.J. today.S. l\\anager. ;
There was a splendid dance at the
i mini
IIIIIIM nn tun mini 11111 11111 III 1 '
S. Parker of Rocky Sink was S. Dasher of Salem is at the Ii armory last night and the participants
here today trading. Ethel. enjoyed themselves to the utmost -
Among those present were
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Remembet the band concert at the Clifford R. Jordan of Dowling 5th CITY BAND Messrs. Marvin Butler. Jack Taylor ,

Auditorium tonight.Mrs. Park is In the cit ytoday.Mr. Arthur Lewiu Karl Bardin, Joe
Hlnely. Will Hopson. Peter Lelsx. W. J.

Taylor returned from Monti and Mrs. E. G. Bryan, of Perry. : and A. Edwards S. H. Grlmshaw Mr.
cello today. are at the Ethel today. Quartette. : Sheppard Clyde Byrd.and Ed Bynnm
and Misses Isla Brown Ola Gardner. -

John 0. Ross, of Rossburg. was In Mrs. Bowden of Peacock was here ++ftfff + . . Rosalie Lewin. CarmIta Grubb. Annie .
last eYenln today and -+ Grubb. S. A. Randall. Callie Jenkins ""
the city visiting shopping.Col. Every Friday Night at the 4-
Hallie Mardre and Miss Weller. :

0. W Carter of Newborn was"In I I L. E. Roberson went to Lake .+- "RINK." Skating begin- : and Mesdames S. A. Hlnely. Curtis

the city today.J. City on business this morning. ing at 8 o'clock followed by ; Grubb and C, H.Brown. Good music

:::: band concert at 9 o'clock. +- was. furnished and the affair was a 3

H. Smith of Wllmarth. was in Sheriff RIckerson went to Brunswick : ... delightful one., .
.Everybody come.
today. after t .
the city yesterday;;, a prisoner
; .. -.- Admission 10 & 15c. Skates 25c. t This morning a house In the west

Deputy Sheriff Stokely Is in Kirkland Hammar House Paint Sale--Have .. + -+ +4--++-!-+. + + # +4-++ end ,occupied by & colored family ;
'" .' fire and destroy :
caught totally -
oa official business today. you beard of It? E.; J, Blume & Co, .. .......--- was '
ed. Nothing was saved except a
Mrs. E. H. p.erry. Is here' Miss of
Beck, o; Crosby Tallahassee who
trunk and two chairs. The fire is ;
. of James X. Towles w. supposed
Parker Perry came and
Sheriff up Adams
today visiting Mr. Hopson's familyat has been visiting Mrs. Matthews returned to have caught from the fire ;
: route to Starke for a primmer of Mayo in the
td4y, en are city today. ""*
the Ethel. home
.- a.. today place. The house belonged to T. S.
: I
Baisden. being part of the WorthStephens' -
. Hon. W. H. H. Marion
McLeod of W. M. Lee and D. F. Felton, of Miss Ruth Wolfe returned from
: Diekiason Vent to Madison estate which he recently
hot Station here
was trading ;yesterday. In cltyfjtoday on Wellborn today where
Mayo are the. busi- she had been
The fire
department responded
: this morning to spend two or three | ;. t. purclv-sed.
visiting Miss'bfutue
ness' + .; 'Tyson.t to the alarm but could do j
i, .- .
can J. U Clarke, of Monticello, is In ft. .
-. : : ; I nothing .
the tUitoday. Mrs. S. A.-Thomas.V.'of Jacksonville. Col. A. H. Helvenston and wife arrived -

Mba O'Brien the trained nurse who has been here on a visit to' here from Lake City. today, on Rev.- Orvin.' who has been visiting
vest to Peacock this morning to W. L. Taylor Is in North Georgia, Harry Taylor's family returned home a'visit to'relatives.i .
his. cousin. J.. F. Sherwood, startedfor
tine a child. looking after turpentine Interests.Mrs. i
yesterday.J Inverness this morning to visit .:,
i Mrs. Scofleld and son, John of another cousin. Mrs. Louis Thompson
Gee UMks. Alvin Clayton' and Farrell letf for Waldo yester- M. Strickland wife and child- Dowling Park are here on a visit to whom he has not seen for thirty
Dick Holland of Peacock are In the day on a visit to relatives and friends. ren went to Mayo this morning ',Engineer Rutherford's family. years. Just after the train left Mr.
city today. will remain
where Mrs. Strickland
Sherwood received a wire from Mrs.

Mrs. Riley. of Platt Station is for ten days. i Miss Blanche McLeran and Miss Thompson informing him that she .

: The greatest stock reduction sale here on a visit to her father. H. Fannie Smithson came up on noon was on the north-bound train, to see .
mr pat on In Lire Oak will be that Deputy Sheriff M. P. Law. of ilL i
father who
Brown.A ,train for a short visit to Miss her was dangerously .
gives hy the Glob Store beginning Brooksville was here last evening. !i Blanche Wolfe. Mr. Irvin was overhauled .by telegraph -
Itlday turning at 8:00 o'clock. 2t en route to Chattahoochee with a I I and the two will arrive hereon

ten-day paint sale for paintersand crazy negro. the Coast Line this. evening.
house owners. Inquire at E. J. I Miss Sallie Taylor will return from j

Blume & Co. Hammar House Paint at |1.19 per I Monticello this evening accompaniedby Tax Assessor Hemming has re-
FOR RENT gallon ready to put on. .But thiS:i I Mrs. Terger. who will visit here ceived the following notice fromComptroller
. Is good until 25th only. See for a time.
of
I price Croom: "The rate
. Mrs. M. S. Bache and granddaughter I
E. J. Blume & Co. taxation for all State purposes as
this
left for White Springs morn I I
i The case of R. E. Milliner vs. fixed by law for the year A. D. 1907.is .
Four nice offices to let in the Ing. Painters! Don't fail to get you J. E. Davis which was to have been seven and one-half mills as fol-

]levin trial can of Hammar House Paint heard today by Judge Carter was lows: FT general revenue 2 mills; j
Building. Can be had Charley Hlnth and family went to while the reduced price sale is onE
before trial.
compromised coming to State school tax, 1 mill; pension tax
: a suits if wanted. Centrally Kirkland this morning on a visit to J. Blume & Co. 4 mills; board of health tar one-

.kited his parents.On ,
sewerage and water Z. H. Ballentlne and wife of Lura- half of a mill. -
All stomach troubles are quickly
acctions in the ville. were in the city today visiting
" Building. account of cars being off the rellaved by taking a little Kodol after
1! I Moderate rent. track on the long siding switchingwas each meal. Kodol goes directly to relatives and friends and trading.

I delayed a few hours yesterday. the seat of trouble strengthens the Mr Ballentine is one of the leading FLORIDA BOOK NEWS CO.
digestive organs digests what you citizens:; of the Luraville section.
I
J. B. Hightower and wife left for eat. Sold by City Pharmacyd' + ""..I

Valdosta today where they will visit The Brannan Brothers, who are :
LOne. five room cottage to relatives for a few days. accused of killing the negro Jim Books, Bibles, Stalk fry, -

tt This is right in the hearty Hill, will hare their preliminary hear-
tbe and h convenietvt17 from The coroner's Jury Blank Boots, etc.
Mrs. Lee Byrd returned ing tomorrow.
seated for some business fonticello yesterday where she attended June Brides I brought in a verdict of murder in.the --

80. the Linton-Beckett wedding.Mrs. first degree. It is claimed that the 'Musical Instruments and all

shooting was done without provocation j
.",. Attachments.
G. D. Monroe, of Quincy was :)
here yesterday en route to White -

a .We have. some Springs.Mrs. Suraski Brothers have a fine show Picture Frames made to order, j

I II window displayed with hats which is
rood Properties I I J. W Robinson of the Park Will be delighted If you send attractive in the extreme. The other latest designs in rrculd rg. '
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was here yesterday en route to them a Bridal present from window displaying a blind boy on a -

:1F for Sale 'Vatert'wn. our exquisite line of Diamondsand couch and covered with a mosquito Inks, Pens, Pencils Tablets -
- : other high-grade jewelry bar, displays to advantage the bars
M. P. Miller and family of Madison they have for sale. Notions and

# were here today en route to

l i w?to the undersigned for< Dowling Park. A Lesson in Health. Novelties.


fcrther info ,mation. J.-H. Williams and wife of Fort Healthy kidneys filter the Impuri-
ties from. the blood and unless they .
White, were here this morning en do this good health is impossible Book & News Co.
59 route to the Park. ""!._ R 4I1FQRD; Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound Florida t I
k ,*..- 2
iiuv co. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rafferty of I The Jeweler kidney strengthens and the bladder whole system.disease City H C. C. COOK Owner andManages' 'I

,' dw* : ;
acksonvllle, are in the city today. LIVE OAK. flA. .Pharmacy. | .
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TTAHTM'A'R PAINT at the regular price per gallon is mighty good value-better paint value than you can get !

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But we want more of the house owners of this locality to know the paint better I


We want the painters to know it better, too-tO know the good work it does-its easy spreading qualities-its brilliancy of iI I i


= -its good covering power. i


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NOW DONT IMAGINE for a minute that you'll get this special price right along. You won't. !


The sale will last only the specified time-and then the price will go back to the old figure. !


Buy now; buy now if you're prudent-if you really want to make Rare money on your Paint purchases. you wa !


good paint-paint that looks well-paint that wears well-paint that'll save you money. .- I







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LAST GREAT fcOCTHERX DUEL. stand at the edge of the woods with Knocked Old; by -Rofif-.. GENEROUS: UNCLE SAM The Xagfe So & .

the light behind him. They took I I
Ocala Banner:-When we were a Number three is a woadeM ss

Pat Ca3t.aes .' ow s.. 'raacMco_ their places armed with five-chamb boy there were no ""barrooms nor :.Waive His Claim for :Maay Million cot for Geo. H. Parrii, cf 6*

Mar-'*+". Fotacta& ""rut. ered revolvers and the terms were I On China.
{no blind tigers. Whiskey wa, almost Grove Me., according to a to
Sear ROM. Ga. that each was to fire until the I
as free aa water from the well.. Boston, June 21.-Sir. Chentung -
which reads: -After sa&i2I
bers exhausted
Rome. Ga. Jane !$_In 1887 were or Cham-I,It was freer than ice water because I Liang Chen the retiring Chinese
or the other felL The with liver and kidney traWebecom1ng 4
ice sold r
Patrick Calboua. now wader ia4lctasent for fifteen cents per pound ambassador to the United States sfie
came Involved in a quarrel thenf1 greatly dish 111
the of bribery ia BaA and whiskey sold only for ten cents 1
OB charge I who is In this
city
1 on a visit today
selves trfeJEsBitters
while on the ground and pisi failure to find relief. I
:
per bottle and I
Fraacisco. fought the last of great one full botUe was made the
i i i tola were drawn. At the word Tire"fWtUamson I following statement to a and as a matt I aa I Ii
southern duels in Rome vita John D. :exchanged for two empty ones.Nearly .
'i fired at Calhoun. and i representative of The Associated man today.. The first bottSi V&-}!
aow' store
every
U
Williamson. who built what especially grocery -
Centralof II i tbea as fast as be could pull his stores bad a of Press: me and three bottles eacfleai*
Chattanooga branch of the barrel whiskey I
Georgia. Calhoun was at that |i trigger emptied his gun' only to find in the rear room which was free to "You remember that after the I care" Guaranteed best m-*

his! opponent unhurt. Calhoun bad 'I all customers. boxer troubles China agreed to pay stomach liver and kidney coo-
omdal of the Piedmont air
time
aa I
line. During the winter of 1887 Cal-I'I I not fired a shot but stood with his The open decanter graced every an idemaity of 124,440.778.91 on account I 1 by Barclay & Grocmr.I ....

revolver upraised. Williamson looked of the losses entailed by the i I Price. 50 e. '
sideboard.
with Williamson We !
bona cot into an altercation think that we can !
I IIi.
at Calhoun Intently expecting to United States government by her
during a meeting of railroad r say witL safety that drinking was I < '
receive bullet the next citizens during the boxer Tt I- 1
a instant, and campaign. A
mea la Atlanta and tbe lie was passed. the rule; we believe is is now the Ii. %
Calhoun issued a code challenge.Williamson .I I when Calhoun said: "I have bullets exception. i, Four years ago, your government was' Mr. E. W. Goodtoe of 1ouis 11I

and named Jack here, with either one of which I can The 'good enough to promise me that when I St.. Dallas. Tex. sQS:
accepted business
world has set Its face '
take your life." Williamson replied: I the time arrived as a token of sincere 1 past year I have become
King wbo was then president of tbe against the habit and It is doomed. '
Pi
old Merchant National Bank here "Fire sir, I am ready to receive I friendship for China the original I with Dr. King's New Life ,i
No '
man addicted to the tried s
them. use of before
figures of the laxative I ever
indemnity would be no
aa bit second. King died here three liquor can '
now find
a responsible I of ma'biliousness.
revised. fectually disposes
Calhoan's second was Calhoun Empties Pistol in Air.
years ago. position with any respectable I &rlJI
ioa't
Capt. Henry Jackson, one of Atlanta's banking "True to the promise of the executive -| They
house
For Calhoun or mercantile establishment *
reply. slowly raised .
I Barclay
25c
officers I received gripe. at.
prominent attorneys at that time. a note from
his revolver railway express or
until it pointed straight steamship -
Revolvers were tbe weapons chosen above company. Secretary Root last Saturday night I i,j drug store. -
his head and then pulled the
and tbe spot selected was on the saying that the president directed
trigger five times discharging every Every business of any consequence RKPOBTS W
COTTON
Rome and Decatur railroad now a him to say that in his next messageto
now
bullet in the lar. Williamson was requires sobriety among Itaemplo.eea
branch of tbe Southern, somewhere congress he would be pleased to
thunderstruck and when Calhoun and, as a natural result Witness T**'*' *
between Rome and Gadsden. Williamson the recommend that China be relieved of Important
drink
smiled and made a motion as though habit is fast disappearing. HOB If.i
came to Rome in his private all obligation in Trial of Edwto
excess of the
to approach him. he took the first It cannot live with all the final 17. ,
avenues June
car No. 400. said to be one of the which had been set at $11.655.492.69.. i Washington
step and they met between the of trade shut ht
pegs against it, the 'I 1A
so
business witness
o finest In tbe south at tbat time where which they had been toeing. world has sounded Its death- That as you can see, will save China j I Van RIper. a Jr.. fa --
Edwin H. Holmes
be made arrangements for a special over 12,000.000 and also
knelt an interestat of OS"
Calhoun and Williamson
engine on the Rome and Decatur returnedon I four per cent. I!I with the alleged leakage
the latter's car, and when they The demon--drink--can stand like said be ItSt
railroad which bad just recently been You cannot ton crop reports
emphasize
completed.. I reached Rome they were again fast adamant against the. powerful onslaughts my great too strongly Holmes' In a hotel Ia this eW
friends and there of the admiration for the fair spirit tJae ,
was nothing to indicate pulpit and temper- which he came to meet him oa J
Williamson's Aim Poor. that they had ance orators; the has always characterized the *
I come so nears to pleadings of the sentation made by Frederic j

On Wlllamson's car besides hi shedding each other's blood. (W. c. T. U.; it can even resist unmoved dealings"of the United States with my ham, of New York. who i*4 j
country.
second Jack King. were'Will Darby This duel, fought near Rome and the prayers and the tears of him of Holmes' ability to 1f11t
In which two Romans the fond wife and the '
a Rome boy who' was then his took such an devoted mother vance information coaeera
active part was probably the last ; but it cannot face undismayed A Happy Mother *
private secretary and Clarence Wood. crop reports.
connected duel ever fought In the south and the determined fight of the business will a.
was see that the
c another Rome boy with his world. her baby ia properly The witness saW
The
generally commented business world holds
upon by all the the
office. A surgeon was also secured cared for-to Peckhas
do this was made by
a good
weapon that will purgative -
newspapers of the utlmately
country both t destroy It
t here but It Is not recalled who went. ; Is to witness. 1
according
north and south. i I-and the fight against it must be necessary Many babies infar' JJed
Calboun. with his second and another ,
made
: crop
along these lines and fromworm. and their mothsdon't
er surgeon went around through ly has been made fortunate-I I to tell him ti
e A Lesson along lines know it--if
in Health. your baby StatlJddll
Gadsdea and came up the road to for the past two decades. la feverish up reports and that

f about tbe Georgia line where they Healthy kidneys filter the 'I We believe that i and doesn't sleep at nights it is had accepted his estimate f
i within te
found Williamson in waiting. Both ties from the blood and ual.Impurl-I' one or two i troubled with worms. White's Cream Holmes had also told JI1* ?'
f !
eII!
f cars, with their special engines stood do this good health Is impossible legislation, -j i Vermifuge will clean out these ness testified, that be had )T

.
en the track while the duel was In Foleya Kidney Cure makes sound want of patronage and when it Is so'! worms in a mild pleasant way. Once plying Information wnMJTT a

r. progress about 50 yards away. Williamson kidney and bladder disease It I closed it will ten a story of tried always used. to other persons In >"e* 1ork.

l won the toss for position strengthen! the whole system. City [significance because itT Fill great ) Price' 25 Give it a trial.!:result of which he tad
mean cents.
. sad as the sun was setting chose to Pharmacy. dw :something I perpetual and final. I' Bold bv.SuwanneeDrug t 55000. which was then

I. Co. van t
: dw"|I iin, a safety depositj.

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OAK DAILY DKMOCRAT, FRIDAY JTXE 21, 190:.

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THE SENATOR FROM HAMILTON He supported =
troduced every bill that was In been In force long enough to be tested -1
to Increase .the
powers ol
Sketch of Frank Adams By One Who' the Railroad Commission. He voted l higher up. Mississippi Is next Inline ....
: Observed Him Closely in the against drainage because he and It seems to be tactily admitted -
claimed t f
. Legislature. that his that the legislative verdict .
E constituents had instructed
; Editor Griffls, of the Fort Meyers | him to vote against it. At first he there will be pretty near. If not quite,

Breeze, was In Tallahassee all during was opposed to the constitutional unanimous. t tr ovaans

the session.Of the legislature and Is amendment allowing each county a

now writing for his paper a series of Senator, but after I explained to him Bishop WhIpple's Boy Fight.

admirable sketches of Ita prominent the conditions In this respect In Lee (Times-Union.) '

figures. The following is his writeupof county he changed his mind and advocated Editor T1mes-Unlon-I was struck I I r+rszk
Senator Frank Adams, of Hamilton ,the bill. He led in the fight
which will be of special interest for the bill to increase the salariesof by one of the head Illustrations in I k

to the readers of the Democrat: the present State offiicials. In this your issue of Thursday the one with I For Sick Livers

"I am in a position to discuss Mr. particular Instance I am glad to say the baseball fellow exclaiming, "You I

Adams more thoroughly than eitherof that he_ was defeated. He had an ought to see the other fellow" J
the other two gentlemen, becauseI eagle eye -for any measure for the .
hare known him personally all. my benefit of the public schools. Strange as It may appear to all A PURELY VEGETABLE

life. His career politically! and financially "Senator- Adams is polite and cour- who knew my dear old friend Bishop'! --COMPOUND

has been unusually successful,!.teous to a fault. He is relentless Henry B Whipple, of Minnesota and 'j
this country and persistent a winter resident of Florida, as the CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.
He is one of the few men in once he determines to
who have been successful both accomplish anything. He is pos- Saint John of the House of Bishops, QUICKLY CURES a A MALARIA CHILLS and
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
and business ventures at the sessed of a great deal of owing to his peculiar appearance and:
political personal,'. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by
same time. He has representedHam- magnetlsm. He Is shrewd and dip- amiable disposition he was the ori- TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purI -
ilton county in the Florida Senate lomatie in his political and official glnal author of this remark. |! I chased today may save YOU a sick pU tomorrow.

twice during that transactions." On both sides of his i
t w.iv..'." years and parentage ;
time was elected President of the Bishop Whipple was the inheritor of CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTE1

Senate. He is the wealthiest mem; Florida to the Front. the brave Revolutionary spirit and ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

ber of the Senate being worth prob- (The Cotton JournaL: as a boy his dear mother had taught )fr.. W.A.'Wtitewetl. Emory, Tex..
)
ably 1500,000. There is not a particle him to defend the weak against the write: "My child had chills and fever
for four We tried all kinds of
mind but whathe The word is passed over the years.
of doubt in my line strong. medicines and finally acquaintance of
was the best debater and most from the Land of Flowers that the One day he saw a big boy whippinga mine recommended Herbine. We used

Influential member of the last Senate.He climate down there, which has alwayS small boy, and. so he sailed in and three bottles, and the child is now completely

is recognized as the best parli been noted for its warmth, has gave the bully a good thrashing, but to publish cured.this You testimonial have my, a permission* I cheerfully -

mentarian in the State, and quite of- become entirely too hot for our old came out of the fight somewhat recommend Herbine to all mother

ten President Harris had to rely up- friend, the bucket shop gambler and bloody and dirty. When he reached having children afflicted. as mine."
and that In view of UIOE BOTTLE Me GET THE GEHCUIE
on Senator Adams' experience an intimation Just home his dear mother ran to him

advice in making his rulings.Mr. handed out from Tallahassee, he is with a look of horror upon her fine W&LARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

Adams is a native Floridian. putting the finishing touches to his face and clasping him in her arms, ST. LOUIS. u. S. A.

He was born and raised in Hamilton packing-up process and is preparingto exclaimed:

county at White Springs but has lived board the train for New York. The "My darling boy what has happened 'J. | '-'!'

at Jasper the past twenty years. Florida legislature, as predicted, has ? Why are you In this dreadful SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

He has some bitter and strong per- put the ban upon bucket shops, tak- condition?" He simply replied: "Yes Suwannee Drug Company.

sonal political enemies in Jasper. I ing the stand, with North Carolina, I know it is bad: but mother, you

hue heard men in Jasper question Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, ought to see the other fellow."

, tU official integrity, in fact, I have Texas and Arkansas, that their game I I Then he told his story of the fight,

! done so myself. I have never heard will be no longer permitted to run. : and the dear mother, with her hand

i Ida honesty as a business man nor We have not as yet seen a copy of caressingly laid upon his head, said: Round Rates To
Trip
his good morality as a citizen the bill as passed, but understoodthat "My dear boy, it is always right to

Questioned or assailed by his bitterest it Is modeled after those already defend the weak and helpless." ]
enemies. So far as I know of his
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: passed. No doubt this fight and his moth- :
private life and business transactions And it is very gratifying to be able er's approval of It, had much to do JAMESTOWN ;

, are beyond reproach. But be it said II to note just here that wherever convictions in making Bishop Whipple the brave VIAEXPOSITION
to the credit of this man's official
for violations have been ap- and trusted friends of the western

record that none of his bitter and I pealed they have been sustained by Indians, who called him Straight ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAYFrom
persistent enemies have, so far. been l
the higher courts. The Supreme Tongue, because he never lied to
able to point to one deed or act I
I
Court of North Carolina and the them; and he bore to his grave, after i; LIVE OAK Florida
Thereby they could prove that he had I ,
Superior Court of Georgia, have both a long and faithful service, their love
his trust cast a
kea untrue to or
shadow upon his official Integrity. stamped their judicial approval upon I and gratitude. A better und nobler
the validity of anti-bucket shop en- character, I never knew. (
"Winterer degree of success Frank i $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stopovers
actments In those states, which are : SIDNEY HERBERT. j
Adams has attained politically or fllandally '
he should feel responsibleto the only ones in which the laws have Maitland, Fla., June 7, 1907. within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

the farmers of Hamilton county. ---- -j $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop

The farmers of Hamilton county have over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

-, hear bade people him what refer he to is Adams today. as You beings will We Sell Merchants Only I $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop

311* "self-made man." Such Is not the over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

J&tette cue. for I know that he Is a "farmer- $14.00 Ten day ticket. On sale Tuesdays only and
Bid mal1.I can remember when
Italy every business man In Jasper Carry Stock of only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.Two .

:sad was (they called "bucking" Adam . . daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning train
.4..... . . I I I I I ,
, M* tad when hardly a citizen of the fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on ,

yti. ton traded at his big store, except anew Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn, night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk $2.50. Consult PURPLE
, ** friends but the farmers stuck
!
.eU. to Mm. They, traded with him and Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat Canned Goods of all FOLDER. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call

they voted for him. They traded with kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, on Frank C. BoyUton District Passenger Agent, Atlantic CoastLine

4 tbtth him from the time he started Jacksonville, Fla.

- srnblerr tm business twenty years ago with an Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder,

MM stock until he retired from bus- Tablets Lead Pen-
, IA tea last If he does not feel Lavadura, Extracts, Writting ,
year.
..y'I i tnteftl to the farmers he is as an cils, Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

!grate of the worst kind.. The farm- Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and I ,
en have remained so close in their
Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907.
01 s:. friendship to him that the man whoantagonises Wrigleys Chewing Gums

'Is the1iod i Frank Adams politically - -

l1a11te4JI. a Hamilton county soon sinks into Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, 113T.CL ASd wras BOUND D. CLA 4B' + Is!.aAST to Ass BOUND___;2KDcLAss
racal obliTion. As result of his Mail'P_iF-Prt. and
a
Bail & Pas.en-Fri
Bill. 1 ..
Uncle
El. Bogador flU Ps.
fanaer Pass Pass. '
friendship every county offitlal sere No.z.1 !
i No..c" 1 :12 No,4.
hi No.2. I
No.5.
Hamilton county are farmers l o.L .
Daily Sunday S Daily est.Daily.
I Merchants Cordially invited Sunday Daily as. !fez. :J'I .
are
lad wept two or three. He use to emus Visiting Only Sunday. Sa Only Sunday.z

G nearly-every one of his ten or office their headquarters ;: P 11L --L- P. Ii. --1-A.. nL i A. lL
make
if: 'helve to our Leave Leave Arrive Arriv.1 Arrive Arrive
store clerks from the plow Leave '- 35

"'*41es.u0411cti while in the city. 1 2 2 2 m 22 18 se 210 30. :::::::::::::-.::-:::::._Mercer Starr Oak._-.::.:::::::::::::=::I i 47 544'5371 0t! Ii E! IiIi ee 10s

As __ _.... __... ...._ 9
\L a state Senator he is pointed z Z 25 I 1.> ..__" PlatL. _. a 40 10 00
'b' ky some OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT! DEPOT .., 8 S4 234 I 11......._u..__...___-"LancutAa'I 111 I 5251. 31"" tSAr
as a corporationlst 8 tS'Ar 2 40IAr 840..__..._..._.....DowliDIl Park_._...nm__,.". zsI 5 j'Lv { .
Lv f 20
I I 25
. to *I es designate him who Lv 4a'Lv L. ,..___._. DowIiDll Park .....-...,.....- 5 10lAr 141Ar:
as a man : 49I : :; : O-S...'.__.....__..__..._Chancel_.__._.__,_.,___m .. Ar a i31 19'L. 9 .14
*. I 50'1. 9 .10
, Jr.Oni6 Ws convictions. Claude L'En- Live Oak 857' C 51 C 10 ....__.":..........llisyo +oa.----- I 09s i 03f: 9 OS; .06

Jf k oho-is one of the most radical 9 10.! son 4201.._,_. ........,.....---Day--- m___.__..._.'_..__, ; 06. : ::X. : 0ol 9 840S 9os

aidanne ia his views that I know of, f 4 3r------.................._ ._____,.....________..,___, 8 s5 s5o 56.. 53
< *hii Sun 9 os 5 os1' 4 ___. ... .....Townsend.- _,. 2 : bo I : s t3
some few 9 10 5 10 -- -- -- ,
weeks said -- -
ago ..... Smith ....... ... 2 :1 a' 7 b3
f the tJIr lpd.ty. *"*to. Adams could not be classed CommissionU : 53111 b I 15::=.._:::=:,._Fenlwlloway--Perry--...:...:::::::::::::. !WL i HiL ; ; 7 7 51 40Ar10

arst i eorpor' uonist. When I look at S 1Hamvtoa.Dtiags.,---,_....____ I. Ij P. 1. L A.U 15
; 46L.1 JoL M. li.iOl I
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"here \OIAp.
!
, record ia the Senate I find that O5IA I
'u cUt ..
re'
his --
vote more times
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h1.peel' corporations than he has forI ;:; MAYO AXI \L'fX iKA\CH.

1nppll' "l" ILg thl8 heard line one him day express In, the himself follow-

's BOUND- EAST BOUND

WEST _
cniSS er. I am in the Senate to d
west all the bottled you get an Fn. I. Fri a: Parise Passen I Fri Fri P-I P..eo
is
people. I am not genuine { F...'I -
:! VVt >v 11C" wic to Pass P.... flU \ cer i ; 8 ser
14.1
represent rfJH superior -
nAnn1.
the a sinst of Coca-Cola I I. !
, g ideal drink S.I I
lit : No. No. No. No.l'
> 11.1 i No.U. "
.4 so1Jll6JCeed tt mporations' nor the corporations Halfl that served at any fountain.* JustexggsS :! No.Daili 7. Nos DaJli 9. 1'SIl0da7'Saoda No. 5 Daily. .+I Duly. sudsy nndayezSsn. .
4lt le. K Coca&r () Only Only
f of the .ezSna.i Only l DIy iVa.r
&a here to "cast amount ; I
the
my
at4 UfaV!-what <* actly proper the proper _y I- I JL ; A. JL 1 P. JL i A. JL P. U.Leave ..
P. :
JL .
Iletinssl ttT conscience tells me is used; just ,. A. l4.i P. JL A. '
+ f jpSii Cola syrup The I Leave I Arrive Arrive :Arrive Arrive ::
4' bd in carbonate the water. -. Leave i Leave 1 : .. oJaDCtiOlL-- '7 bsl S 00' 8 S5t I 2 s :
'. the interest of good S &Cul\\ charge is used to and is all there,because .wr 906! 5&J 940 9 53 530--5 43;!___. __- _''-Clark _......__.._-.-.-_.--.-._'_ T 19'! 2 333! 6 42! uz 1
t purity -wu'
.lC1aJ 1 C and rO'r the best Interest s S v&j sparkle, flavor is used with the 9 22: 4 i 1003 553 .0. ,...._.. .Petason.-------+ 7V t Z s3'2,' 212 '
5061 .mh'
: *! the purest distilled water 932 _.._ ___ ..... ,.. s '715. 220. 820( 2(0Ar10 ,
constituents regardless of $&*:% ( only genuine -Cola in sterilized bottles. Keep sees 06 Ar 5 3c.40 ArU 1015 25': 6 405 15 -_-_-- ___.'____---_----,_Aitos o-n'wn___....uw._______ Lv 7 OOLv 2 101 L. s 1e.Lv I se ---.1
fit dnk
and
am. political factions -5'
the
or any -
, ,This 13althwaysc aarrtlicf 'wherever you go _ for all train to and i
bees may not be an ex- Regular stop., Connection made at Dowhng Park -.1-
bft:11J11repiP '- o; but it contains. the Bottling Company from Live Oak and Perry For, further information as.to cono.ectlODS with other :I Ilines
Coca-Cola Trains makes connection at Live Oak with all 1
..: j fl1ark.last Jacksos call on anticket agent. :
{ s1$ i iJ legislature JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. ;
1eel1 > ne fought President. R- HOPKINS.. Tram )!a &lu. !
ENSIGN. <<
J. LEE
tax, bill but strongly
10ch HamiltoJ, S. T. UUIilSUAW. Superintendent.THE
we
Silwann c.
l MU placing-- license Di.3tribulors.
a
to 1r ale upon railroads. Live Oak Bottling Works, Taylor and LaFayette counties.



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b. c as a j J:.. r y gages the beams of'' .

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tiisa time ID se- BUSINESS OOLLEO
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A..x.C. cue ref bet rtio3 s cmethezsi

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':'vttA a two teat 1aiL-
n e. Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
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G.-ergs: H CL XS srsra. FJoreaaeX. s I.IVEOAK, FLORIDA -
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T s; A. Ca:f* Fs> Lake; flEe ., Jsae! 1$-At the
G. S. Srumsg
x & a .. PtTa:2. ::&au.al shat dinner a.t Vaaderbtit, L. Y. HAT'IOS7 -

Jotah Badesiewz; IT. CEaystai ,C..assor: J. HV?. --? aaaoozteed President and Proprietor Prin tt"'

,, :a w het of Sit,*** from WHaa i t ;

> K. Tam grandson of the ., u. u &i_ .tli. i II i it II. II ii II II U.d.. 8 .. Iii Ii i It*it i SHI II i Ii t 1111. t u*
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The KfcteappnS Kid.I ;f Of the V3T TStr. W. K. -

Ts of New York and K. C.I CARDS.Ic.s.
P
I PROFESSIONAL
%.rw Jose *_Two cx>esearc ROUND TRIP RATES
Jk o. of Caicago, were today WALL PAP
s Ia er tie kdd -
e eesed members of YasderbOt;
Lo&asa. toy left tie ciT today one .3sows. r.g'lsoicsn.
Line Railway When in need of
skemil
Kzirerxzzy board of iru en.SuE"K.U'T Via Atlantic Coast
for ?5Tfcftca*>. La.. aid tS.* otierfcr 1
TDROWN & THOMASON.
SJ. Rose.La. vii re ft la teSeredTieboy. To Jamestown Expost On. I call If. H PniY
SC1CIDE PACT.But per on ,*
t.bt fM tit.m lie tc'3d. : 14. 0-Coach Excursion to Nor]

u a a.tt3Uy restrained aid 5&3x : I PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS CLiKTON& MfflCS IW tHe ;
Be Weafcmed and Omldmt HU folk 011-we each Tuesd.tyi ,
for Bbertjr a.s4a.a ea at 4 o'cSoei i

His Oats Head Limit ten days no stop over-
is tie Kormifcf reeemllyT&cpartSes,' UTE OAJt. s s t FLORA

disappeared bt blood fcou s are to mew York Jane 1S. Under prea- $22 5 Fifteen-day ticket. Goodin J MORE

fee nerd im atscatyt to get a daft. ;RUe of a merciiess examinatioa,
'|i James Warden today confessed to sleeper. Stop overs allow- DR. J. W. WEST. Contractor and Bai

TUB MOST GIG.%NTIC CRAFT. Coroner Acritelii and Assistant Disj ed within limit.2'1.USixtyday Apply forp1ans. e
Physician and Surgeon.
i.tries Attorney tastes that In furtherance ticket. Goodin
j. $ and spmfiratiass.
Cam the U.se Sttatlteg* !: of a siricWe pact be yesterday Office: CarroH BoOding- Ohio Avenue.

Y.wfLdime Prisa.ytraais Capital. jj j I:shot his wife at her fiat in West sleeper. Stop overs allow- Residency at Ethel HoteL I Office: on Ohio Are..A.C.L&as
'
Harrisburg, Pa..Jule n-curles:}'TTett--1Ifth street At the time of ed within limit.

D. XMtte tpetade fvrcitvre bis confession Wardell did not know tickets. Good in PL--c -.JilLNc&
a ex- 532.75-Season 1tma e., xs_UK. I
pert of New Tork. testified before the 'that an antopsy had disclosed that his allowed Drug Storm CBwdar A Groover)Ito.1C.TVT .
!>' fired sleepers Stop over t
capitol laTutJpUoa commission yesterday wife was dead when he a bullet

that the state bad act only:.info her brain. Inhaling illuminating within limit of Dee. 15th. E. BROOME r -

been for gas bad cawed her death.
grossly overcharged the Also: 0# .
metallic furniture supplied by Wardell's admissions have added
u.e.
something unusual If not -! 72.65SPokane, Wash. June 19,
unprecedented
PdHJ1Ta Constriction ATTOBNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.

wader its $2.000.090 eomPUY.j to the annals of crime In thiscity. to July 11, limit Sept. 15. LIVE OAK: t FLORIDA

: Just what charge will be based
1
the board of groead and Diverse route. Stop overs al-

bat that he had bored into the bvg-upon his acknowledgment of an Intent! Will practice Ia aD die aearts d the State. Spw
to kill the coroner has not made lowed west of Memphis or ia.I auama. CJfta 1a C.awesaacea. e- fltEte. -.
lar-proof vault la the state treasury i j II CKcntB. A3 hntram pranptty atuadd -
known. tou
is four hours with an ordinary 8-taeh|[ Chicago.$8015Portland- I,. caused biIntss4m.8!?.
MOTAXX Pnuc stars mescal.L .
Mrs. Wardell. who U old AT
was
breast drilL Mr Montague said also: years Ore. Seattle silotiscks
and strikingly found b
that the four safes In the capitol for, attractive was I
M.
DIXON
on her bed last night. Wardell was i Wash,,Victoria, B. C., conditions had s3atcess d mi4Wbea.ztbmD
which this concern was paid $C,009 er ps..." m rJ eallllL+ '
arrested and told the that his
by the state were worth only $27,000 police l same as to Spokane. In causes u.1
wife had shot herself after the two! DENTIST. up&nci-swet. aDd pdf lIP ii #
and that there chrome steel
was no Summer
Tourists
Rates Sale
'1 had agreed to die together. Continuing on heart This crowds tbe bstrt si' .
or steel rails la the vault only ordin- OKTODONTIA CaoWNn fens with its acikxk aa*a&* : BRIDGE
,
his story to the police Wardell Daily, Limit October 31st. :
ArT steel, which any one could bore tilDe tL. heart becamss s
said: WORK. : SPECIALTIES. t
Into with ease. As to the metallic, Denver, Colo., $57.90.
"We planned it all out to kill
furniture the expert said the state' our- Gainesville, Ga1720. Kodol'For '
selves with gas but she wanted to I
was charged excessive price He Chicago, HI.,-$46.05.
make sure that we would both die.

cited certain bills which were two We fixed it up so that we would turn Detroit, Mielu, 44.45- : : DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; Dyspeps i
and three times more than a fair
on the gaL Then if she got unconscious Niagara Falls, N. Y., $43.95.
trade lift price without the customary **
*
first, and it looked like I Put-in-Bay, (X,-$42.95. : : VETERINARY j \ tfg $U what you eat tita
discount He said the subbasement tiL tie heart ad eacb'3eih :
could not stand to die by the Iwas I t
gas Lookout Mt. Tenn to tray'
contained one case that cost the $24.15. < Solicits and beahh
to shoot her and then shoot your patronage-Office Fcr IrzttiX.
state $1,182. The ht price was my- Washington D. C.$37.00.For J at _resideDCeOOne : body.
(3 rings) 148 Stomach.TheGtyR. t.-- iin rl .I!
self. If I got unconscious first and .
$297,01. subject to discount. As to further information and 1111111111111111111 II 11111 -nembnnes ticiztbeStlla.cbJl.:
she got scared of the gas she was to
the first floor metallic furniture, it Pullman reservations call ,;iT.Tn.ct.N&m mof
shoot me and then killed herself. on or the Stcra' rl

cost $229.221.10 and was worth "We closed everything up and write Frank C. Boyleston. District T. J. LYLE L eid
ratooa.adi:
$122.102.52. On the entresol floor After saw :
I turned on the gas. I fixed a tube in Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast 4v bast ; ant Ladd :see
the cases were billed at $1S, 88.40.I, Practical : .ai ieaai sad
These'estimates 'I her mouth. We lay down on the bed. Line, Jacksonville, PiaL0LEflHoNFYAI- Jae nicf. aizC IaIQIIlllXRS.LCRDiG
and weer worth .470.65. Pt
She breathed In the gas and after a WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
were based on standard i i y abdt
while she looked like she was all in.I b&:1.cmad&tnll: +sad whe
trade price lists 35 year's experience W beet troffiet sths. pall i
Ii 1 was pretty weak but I climbed CunI< Mr Montague never heard of over her and started for the door. II TAr' Good stockof Watches always on hand.WEEKS.I

, metallic furniture being sold by the 1 stows the KLaxative .a.e a+'ala: YoU
was losing my nerve, dropped to I au What
foot "outside of Harrlsbnrg.-
- I'I't" my knees because I was weak and i
.- lie said Architect Huston "designed" r1s.ws.
figured that I would be a coward if I CLINTON s.tt..z t.aa.... ::1
metallic furniture for .tales-
' rooms I' I did not carry out the agreement, CRIMIJ L f .... ee.
:. which do not contain any at all, and
so I went back to bed. -
that the plans for which Huston col. :
"I felt her and she seemed to be
lected a commission of $&0.000 from I
'cold. I kissed her and her lips were Wholesale
(- the state as his own were prepared I'I and RetailDealersinFlori-
cold. Then I took the gun which Fruit SyrupPleasant
by a company which supplied the
:bad been on my pillow all the time
metallic furniture to the Pennsylvania i! I KILLThMD
and shot her in the head. -

company. I I "After that I turned the gun on to take da CURE TMs
r The expert said that the bronze and WesternIMEATS'
The
I myself and pulled the trigger. The new laxative. Does
, on the first floor was worth $28,000.
first time it did not go off. I tried
f The state paid $566,000. not gripe or WITH
nauseate.
again and It failed. The third time
The commission will be In session
5 was an awful struggle and it failed Cures stomach and liver '

f 4 for probably the next two days. .1 again. I was sure It would shoot the I New Disc

Former GOT. Pennypacker and troubles and chronic
I fourth time but it did not, and thenI con-

f- other officials to be will beard be this given week.an opportunity I II lost out." stipation by restoring the Phone 24. I I FOR Cob


: II I natural action of the stomach Prompt AND ALL TH301 f Confirmed. I STRAYED HORSE-Texas bay deliveries 8

.. Report i mare. Branded about 12 years old.I liver and bowels. i OS MOON TEoLEYIW:

F" Washington June 18.-The state i Owner can get same by paying tot R tua.subatltutos. anywhere in the
department fully confirms the statement this'notice and applying to F. L. Williams -I Price 0051.

of the Chinese minister: that it I 9 miles northeast of Live Oak. City Pharmacy. City.


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