Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 22, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
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System ID: UF00075905:00100
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Great Influence Exerted by the Governor

With Legislature -Bankhead Government Official Taking Every

Alarmed Over Present Outlook Precaution and Alarm Is Felt Over'

the Present Condition

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Montgomery Ala., June 21.-Th ALl7Izr.f .

report that Governor B. B. ComerhaS : Paris June 21.-Information was

received in this city this afternoonto
and will
linn up his fishing trip
the effect that the battalion of Infantry -
the situation
remain close to political '
stationed at Adge has deserted
.Is the state is taken here to mean
with Its arms and ammunition
that be is really going to make an effort .
and has Joined the Insurgent winegrowers
to control the election of a man
at Seders.
I to succeed Senator John T. Morgan
The mutineers are mostly recruited
i deceased. There was an Impression
from among the wine-growers and
I yesterday that he would let the matter -
number 400. Later they offered 19
I rest on what he had said and take
f ; return to Adge if not punished but
I BO further active part. In fact a man :
rWyaurw the Premier replied he refused to
to him intimated as much. J
parley with deserters saying all
I With this evidence that the gover- 21 I
Tka DEPT (CEDERac government forces would be utilizedif
[tor is going t take a hand in ILn +z oR. -
culat, .e necessary to suppress the uprising.The .
[ way there has renewed activityfor I
active t1usDo .
I'D fNtT'1' mutineers fully armed then
( John H. Bankhead his friends -
TOWAAD S'TrMtLAT.ING marched to Beziers. General Crois-
1 seeming to scent new trouble in the
THe aoclAt, ade commanding the brigade, met
fair. There Is the greatest InterestI LIFE
C.0 nvulTiES the mutineers at Vllleneus.
every movement. Generally Ii IWItAI. J "
"Soldiers kill !
i me. or obey me
bought the governor exerts a great PRSJoIO fTII ,
( Nib LAp31Nwcw W' he commanded.The .
with the legislature and itt
nflnence t _
soldiers replied they had. no
I is known that he would make .8.Tk& desire to kill him. but were determined

rouble for any man he tried to de-
to return to Beziers. A detach-
eat. A man who is a member of
ment of troops sought to ,bar their
iat body says that sixty-three of the Ru..11 in Washington Poet. way when the mutineers fired a volley

over house and a majority of thjpper in the air and were permitted to

were with him when they adporned MRS. BAISDEN ENTERTAINS. THE SENTENCE ,IS SUSPENDED STATUE WAS UNVEILED. pass. The mutineers then stacked

to July.A .. i arms in the square at Beziers where

close canvass is being made of i Beautiful Lawn, Fete Enjoyed by A Waycross Wife Murderer to Be Pennsylvania Soldier Is Honored On they were loudly cheered and warmly
[hi members of the body at this time Missionary Union. Hung Yesterday-Take an Appeal. the Soil of Virginia, Where welcomed by the people.

[.o see where they stand. Both sides 11 The Missionary Union was beautifully Waycross, Ga.. JuneJ31,-Judge He Fought. The news has caused the gravest
n behind that it is thought. Cer- in circles., It
government was
entertained Thursday after- .
J. A.
Parker granted suspension Petersburg. Va.. June 20.-An im-
do it Is that Bankhead felt of thrwd
announced today that the
noon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.J. yesterday of the sentence of Harry posing bronze statue erected to the govern-

some time ago and his friends C. Baisden from four to six o'clock. E. Lyle who was sentenced to hang memory of CoL Govan. and other ment's watchword would be "The
art satisfaction. It is thought thaW law must "
The parlors weretastefaly ornamented today for the murder of,his wife and members of the Forty-eighth Pennsylvania reign.

following of the latter is makings with choice ferns and plants and baby on January 30. The suspen- Regiment of Volunteers, who
effort to so get the place sewed FOUR SHOCKED TO DEATH.
up flowers '
quite a large crowd present sion was granted upon application of were killed in front o'f Petersburg

tat BO other man will offer no mata :- and the parlors of this lovely home the defendant's counsel who will go during the, Civil War. was unveiled.
who I behind him. On theirjKBty Peculiar Death of Italian: Laborers
were well filled with members of the
before the Supreme Court of Geor- today. The business district of
or not to do this will In New York City.
different churches of the city who gia on an application for anew trial. Petersburg was lavishly decorated
lick of the storT.l' are co-workers for the Master's New York June 21.-Four Italian
cause. Judge Parker certified to a bill of and many of the stores closed.

Never did the ladies of our city look exceptions prepared by'Lyle's counsel The statue Is located on the Davis laborers were shocked to death, and

ss.ly KI3TMAS CASE CONTINUED. prettier than they did at this which Is known the Jeru- two others rendered unconscious last
. >d recep- suspending and superseding sen- farm on as
when steel boiler which the
night a
cout tion. It seemed as if each one look- tence of court until otherwise ordered. salem plank road, near Fort Mahone

Ms of a Witness Causes Trial to ed her best. At four o'clock our a short distance from this city. VIsit- men were moving on a fiat car came
Cut in contact with a group of electric
Ge Over Until November. President Mrs. H. M. Johnson, Judge J. L. Sweat and Judge JohnT. ing federal veterans were given the
I wires In the yards of the Proctor &
( whom we all love, gave the address. Myers will prepare their briefs freedom of the city, and Confederate
and arietta, Fla., June 20.-The Gamble Soap Manufactory at Martn-
btmas ease was called in the The subject was "Temperance."I',within the next thirty days and present veterans and others vied with one er's Harbor S. I.

j. *tt Court of Jackson county Then the chosen song, which was them to the Supreme Court ask- another in entertaining them. Gov. The boiler was being transferredfrom

fcj and State's Attorney Walter yes- sung by the guest "A Charge to ing for a new trial giving twenty- Stewart and staff arrived early in the one building to another over the

"w meted for a continuance until Keep I Have a God to Glorify." This I five grounds of alleged errors based day, accompanied by about 100 ladies yard railway, which ran between the

Kerember grand old hymn was by the president upon ruling of the court in the admission and were received by a committee of two poles and under the wires of the
term of court. I
WI! very feelingly illustrated givIng -I and refusal to admit certain evidence A. P. Hill Camp Confederate Veterans Richmond Light and Railway Company. -
was granted the I
Iglus1 l"Men illness of the owingto State's most the thought and charge that each I ; also upon certain charges of Gov. Swanson and staff arrived I Seven Italians composed the

and every one could take. Mrs. the court to the Jury and the refusalof later. i moving gang. Four of them were _

P j"t Ha-law WItness Will Proctor a Morgan at the piano, with her usual the court to charge certain law The parade to the scene of the pushing with both hands against the
of Will Christmas by while the others held their
Ford monument was imposing. The ser- .boiler
he pleasing manner. Rev. J. F. as requested to charge by the defendant's -
spslss P State expects to prove that vices were opened with prayer by hands on the wood of the truck of
offered prayer. After each report counsel.
; |*ristmai was at the old home- of the the car. They failed to observe that
music was in order. Mrs. Humphreyssang The brief of evidence to be sub- Rev. A. A. Long, chaplain
P ne time during the night off regiment. Gen Stith Boiling of A. P. the stack towering high above the
a beautiful solo. Then came mitted to the Supreme Court contains -
-. 4er. boiler would not clear the wires and _,
Mrs. Dr. Efird. We all enjoyed her ninety-seven pages of closely Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans
identified pushed their load against the ob-
horse and
smam. solo. Miss of made the address of welcome to
s delightful and pleasing typewritten matter. The charge
, | Will Christmas struction. As the stack touched the
the nightof
n the Florence Bache skillfully played two Judge Parker will be submitted as which Adjt. Gen. Thomas J. Stewart I wires seven of the ten snapped,

eta family occurred. charming instrumental pieces which will also the original and amended of Pennsylvania responded.The while five thousand volts of electricity

P 800 were very bright and lively. Duets by motions for a new trial. unveiling was by Miss BessieB. passed through the boiler against
LARD FOR THEM of R. A. Reid of .
I Mrs. Dr. Thomason and Mrs. David Judge Parker overruled these mo- Reid, daughter which the hands of four of the men .

.u+d Bardin. with violin and piano, were tions last Saturday.The the regiment, and by Mrs. Otelia Ma- were pressed. These men dropped

|fH For Our i hone McGill. daughter of Gen. Wil- ends of 'the broken '.
Cotton Seed very much enjoyed. Then came the Lyle case will hardly be taken dead. Dangling

(CU11a' al la Turkey. social features of the afternoon. up by the Supreme Court before next liam Mahone. wires struck two other men. hurling

Jnns 21. During this period, Mrs. Morgan and I fall, and upon their refusal to granta CoL Daniel Nagle president of the them senseless to the ground. Late
-Secretary of I Association tonight they had not recovered con-
with the prisoner his coun- Forty-eighth Regiment
*M written to President her pupils delighted every one new trial for

1 toe Interstate Cotton Seed their piano duets as the guests repaired -:=:sel will undoubtedly take other steps accepted the monument and presented I sciousness. .'

t1on. calling his at- to the lawn to partake of which will at least secure a further It to the state of Pennsylvania.
Owns Valuable
South Carolina Senator
tbe bet the sentence. Speeches were made by Gov. Stewart
that the restriction dainty refreshments, which were postponement of
Mining Property.
** McDaniel Johnson accepting the monument for Pennsyl-
pon the shipment of served by Mesdames

oil Into Turkey had been Hildreth and Baisden. This was The Rural Critic. vania and placing it In the custodyof Joplin Mo., June 21. United

:is means that Turkey a beautiful picture of the guests as the state of Virginia, and by Gov. States Senator Benjamin Tillman of
chaps .
IUN ta this lawn "Who were all those young Swanson accepting that trust. South Carolina, is the latest to enter ;
commodity and hey were seated on the grassy ?" asked
Leiahman has written among the flowers and evergreens. with guitars and the The programme also Included an the lists of magnates in the "town 1

ople suggesting that Every one seemed happy as they partook the old farmer who had spent oration by S. A. Thurlow, a veteran; that Jack built" having recently pur- .

ng'SCVa -evert be sent to canvass of such a repeast. Much appreciation night in the big clay hoteL patriotic music by the Petersburg chased a mining property In the district

*market and credit is due to our "Oh that was a college glee club band, and prayer and benediction by on which an exceptionally rich j

called to the fact that charming hostess. Mrs. J. C. Baisdenfor replied the clerk. "Quite a string I Rev. Dr. W. MaC. White pastor of strike has been mad Assayers report "1

i! Mohammedan, which the delightful manner In whichwe team, too." the Second Presbyterian Church of that the vein Is unusually good

tae ot hog lard as cook- were entertained. "String team eh?" this city.After and that it may in time make the It

I, *makes cotton seed ONE PRESENT. Oh. yes; as they all played string the unveiling ceremonies the South Carolina statesman a million J

arable" it is prob- Instruments it was a string team." veterans marched In a body to the aire. Senator Tillman has christened jJ 1

rte, Y u'" Benton. of Mon- "Though so, by heck! They made near by historic Crater battlefield, his,property the Pitchfork Mining ,f

is Norway"as an i FredtHugger is evidenUgolng to I thanmy string: team of where memorial tablets,were unveiled Company. lIe'has refused to sell ,

abject, will visit make the'ne wbank building One of more noise braying for in tribute to, the bravery of the any interest, In it and the companywill
MHgestlon of Ambas- the most attractive business housesIn mules when they all that field. remain close corporation.
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111 one of the largest carried i Tfojob is too large and I Ii

in Florida and lUra I
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.. none .:
i i well equipped modern ZPrint- : J
: us to handle

: : : ins 5lantf new type and artistic : I

i i i printers we can furnish everything in I a


I '; you with Stationery as cheap : the .Printing !, ,

i 2 and prompt as any establishment : I '

jCine easily

i in the South. Jt trial .. .' t. comes

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Be Hasid FeeL I Had the Good. i Report (bs: cosy 'I And End It AIL Some people wffl be ndi

Mr. Jagway who had come home Edyta You ought to have heard German Lady (living In Bays-1 i "Life remarked the pessimist, --U appointed If they get to sen

at a late boor was groping his way !Mr. Haggln's ringing: speech last, W'aterYou cannot be German to really not worth the living." cant find anything to fisdSS

toward the foot of the stairs. I Inaere. night play out of tune like that! i "If that's the way you feel aboutIt

'* Jus0 twice as many chairs i May-Why. I wasnt aware that he j}I Ba.DdamaD-You cannot be English -I I ,"rejoined the optimist"yoa should A prompt ptoasast, pi;

ia this hallway a* there ought t* be!"'could make a speech.. i I if yoa notice itPunch.Aackat apply for a Job as baseball umpire. for coughs and colds II Sss

be mattered"My eyes might tool, Edyth-Well. I can't repeat the Chlcaga, Dairy News. Laxative Conga SJ'rQ. Kc

me oa that prop'sition. o* coarse bat speech but I can show you the ring.:i Rome no opiates sad doss act.d

whea I stumble 'gainst 'em, by George London Tit Bits. I I is now merely a memory of the past. DeWItf Kidney and Bladder Pills Children like tt Said ty-CJIt

1 know they're there?"-Chicago Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the family are unequaled for Backache weak macy. .

Tribune. Will Cure VoIuImt.pt.IeL :: liniment of the twentieth century. A kidneys. Inflammation of the bladder

1 A. A. Herren Finch. Ark., writes: i positive rare for Rheumatism, Barns and all urinary troubles. A week's If men were oampellst 11

Colic sad Diarrhoea. "Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best'. Cuts Sprain. Neuralgia, etc. Mr. C. treatment for 25 cents. Sold by City what they preach sot C :

Pains In the stomach colic aid! preparation for coughs colds and H. Ranyon Stanberry Mo. writes. Pharmacy. d* would give up the pradI!i

diarrhoea are quickly relieved by the: lung trouble. I know that it has r"l have used Snow Liniment for --

ae of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera cared consumption in the first stage.i I Rheumatism and all pain. I can't About the meanest thing a woman sea you feel the serf*4]

and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by I' You never heard of any one using ''say enough la Its praise." Sold by can do when her husband name Is take a DeWitt Rule 1z..
Barclay Jb Groover and all drug- Fo ey'. Honey and Tar and not being Sawaaaee Drag Co. dw*
mentioned I
to sigh look
I resigned: Sold by dry Pharaiaer.
atisfied. City Pharmacy dw .
gist 1 and say nothing-Chicago News.
.1 A* long as the earth is Inhabited I sttfcdai Ihand's *
Doa"tf! It's easy to discourage a man whohasn't men and women will continue to stir For scratches burn, cuts insect A woman
I life Is an apes
.. Don't let your child suffer with any courage. up trouble for each other bites and the many little hurts com-
BaUard's Horehound Syrup a sore It Is a checkbook.wm
mon to every family use DeWiti'sCarbonized
core for Coughs. Bronchitis Influenza Cared Hemorrhages of the LugO Remarkable Rescue Witch Hazel Salve. Sold

Croup and Pulmonary Disease "Several years since my lungs were That truth 1* stranger than fiction by City Pharmacy. d* A BaPpJ
Bay a bottle and try It. B. B. Laughter. -
so. badly affected that I had many has II
Byhatta. XJ.sL. writesI haTe once more been demonstrated In see that her b5D7
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hemorrhages writes A. M. Ake. of
two children who had croup. I tried the little town of Fedora Tenn.. the 1 Cheese ItGunnerConfound cared for-to do his a***
Wood. Ind. "I took treatment with
different remedies but I must residence of C. V. It! My wife
many several physicians without any bene- Pepper. He writes: I live is necessaryfer Xi 1
Is the best baa the habit of going through my
say your Horehound Syrup fit. I then started to take Foley's "I was la bed. entirely disabled with I from worms *a4 ***
I vest pocket every night.
Croup and Cough medicine ever
Honey and Tar and my lungs are hemorrhages of the lungs and throat.: If to1
aaed. Sold by Sawannee Drag Com- Guyer-Tell you what to do. old don't know it yosr
now as sound as a ballet I recommend Doctors failed to help me, and all
paay. dw* man. Put a piece of cheese in one ish and doesn't sleep at
it in advanced stages of lung hope had fled when I began takingDr. i
of the 1
i: trouble." Foley's Honey and Tar King's New Discovery. Then In- pockets.Gunnercheese troubled with worms t

... A Big Advantage. i|and prevent serious results from a stant relief came. The coughingsoon Why. you must Vermifuge will cfc* z

Which do yon prefer said the cold. Refuse substitutes. City Phar- ceased; the bleeding diminished be crazy. That would attract mice. I worms in a mild pie* t iii

artistic young woman "mesic or 'ma'. dw* rapidly, and in three weeks I was Guyer-Just so. If your wife tried always ased. 3l' !

Doetrv?" able tO CO tO WOrk." Guaranteed, should ever see a mouse Jump out of hold II.f

"Poetry-p answered Miss Cayenne. This Fearful English. cure for coughs and colds. _50c and that vest she would never go near It Price 25 cents
"Yoa can keep poetry hut up in a; The noted foreigner was perplexed. $1.00 at Barclay & Groover drugstore again.--Chicago News.If Drug Co. -

book. You don't bare to listen to *Zis was a strange conntree," be Trial bottle free dw s

it unless you choose."-Washington I remarked with a frown. "The longer I you will make Inquiry It will bea As a :matrimonial *i*t j jI
less I understand." Rats! revelation to you how many succumb more P
Star. I say ze I girt *ikes good ,
"What is the trouble now, count!" "Did I tell yon the story of the old to kidney or bladder troubles pretty one. inCr
church bell!" it one form or another. If the pa- :
asked his American friend.
He Fired the Stick. i -
"Mooch, monsieur. I get on ze "No. Let's hear it." tient is not beyond medical aid Fo! II
"1 hare fired the walking-stick I've ley's **
Kidney Cure will for
account of a train. Ze conductor carry me past "Sorry but it can't be tolled onlyon cure. It never I Notice for Bids lIt
40 ,
carried over years on I disappoints. City Pharmacy. dw ::
sore that resisted every kind of treatment -:, my station. I get wild. I wave my Sunda-cleTeland Plain Dealer I CU1BaILI LI a{

until 1 tried Bncklen's Arnica t cane. I stamp my foot I shout! Zen er. I j The Bond Tr std

Salve; that has healed the sore and < ze conductor grab me and hold me.I a He Was Ineligible. 1 I Florida. .. "
Live Oak ldQo
made me a happy man" writes John I When I ask him why he hold me he maa who Is In perfect health so Judge-Have you formed any pre- of July, 1W7,W*,.O I

Garrett of North Mills X. C. Guaranteed says because he think I am off. Ha!'I he can do an honest day's work when vious opinion of the case! day or (Jf Ie
for Piles. Burns, etc., by Bar-! Ha! He say I am off and zat is ze :necessary has much Henpeck-No. your honor but for the !8
for which
clay & GrooTer. druggists. 25c. dw* very reason why I raise all ze noise--i) Maria has.-Harper's Bazar. said city. r
be thankful. Mr. L. C.
I because I am not off but on.- Rodgers j Plans andi

Deserved to Be Sued. '1,Chicago Journal.W. I of Branchton, Pa., writes that There Is no case of Indigestion no file with said Zri

Lawyer ljut why do you want to] he was not only unable to work but matter how obstinate that will not i! Reserving the riPt tit Iti

bring an action for libel against this R. Ward of Dyersburg. Tenn.. he couldn't stoop over to tie his own be speedily relieved by the use of Ko- !'end all bids. ..dI

man! [writes: "This is to certify that I have shoes. Six bottles of. Foley's Kidney. doL Kodol contains the same juices I ]I. !.""

Farmer-Why! Well, because 'e user Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for Cure'made a new found In a healthy stomach. Conforms ,
man of him. He clI
called I a pusson of unblemished re- chronic constipation, and It has says. "Success to Foley's to the Pure Food and Drugs I chairman Bawd LlA 1 Qire
petition.-Ally Sloper's Half-Holi proven without a doubt to be a ." KIdnejCure. Law. Sold by City Pharmacy. d* Qty of
day. thorough practical remedy for this City Pharmacy. aw. I

trouble and It Is with pleasure 1 a tI
< And a good deal of the knowledge,I 4 If you&At aydt .
acts like a bearis offer my conscientious reference.. Nearly all free-thinking men yoarse1f e
an people it
man do
Many a in the acquire is about as useful In,I don't
City Pharmacy. dw bachelor class. .
foxy. their business as counterfeit money. how.


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The ,Lee County Bank. Is a new ORDINANCE
". XO. SO.
'financial Institution which opened Its An The Magic No. 3, .

, doors for business. in Fort Myers. on the Ordinance to provide_ a method for Number three la a wonderful mas- FLORIDA RAILWAY : -

I discovery of the Illicit sale of cot for
Monday. Geo. H. Parrls. of
F Cedar .
, intoxicating liquors within the corporate Grove Me. according to"a letter CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON SL. AKB A. C.L.*Y. AT UftJ CAL

I pineapple shipments from Fort limits of the City of LIve which reads: "After suffering much II&&D sows ter :fees wD yrYizs5PS
pierce and surrounding territory con- Oak Florida
to punish false with liver
tinue at a rate of about fifty carloads i and kidney trouble and LMail

day, although a alIght falling oft swearing therein and to arrest the becoming greatly discouraged by the X a.5 Pt'Z -;
vendor failure to find LL: ST..TIONS. L
making such I tried Electric 1
Illicit =
ills been noticed for the last two or sale. s..aav. n.h 7 ,
Be It Bitters and as a result I t7. Sae.las
am:a well
three days. It is safe to say that by the Mayor and
man today. The
first bottle
50 cent of the entire City Council of the relieved
than per City of Live
more Oak me and three bottles t' L.
completed the so a s a. U.3__
p .
has already been harvested. Florida. ,W a g !! H.
crop cure. Quaranteed best on earth for Lw
sections of the district Ills. It p s -Doat.- Lv 10. t i9 ban
From some Section 1. Whoever stomach, liver and kidney
within troubles
reports that there will be a by son a. aNp.L. 8 cabr"'Iaua
come corporate limits of Barclay ft Groover, druggists rI1I spas
'beavr fall crop of pines, while other Oak Florida the City of Live Price, 50 c. dw s m sbsast. T.;'- r-. assn a4Sas

sections'report that bloom is not yet shall be found in any $10 s m e a a s LY. ztre" i".1.lea

appearing In any quantity.-St. Lucie public place In.a. state of Intoxica- It doesn't do a particle of good to 40 a 111 4 la .. 11 wum.rtk ---_ .. :......-LY. 10 oe a Lt 44p sis ,f'

County Tribune. tion or boisterous or in any way yawn when some people talk. iii--;, L. w as.rth .---AL Sp -

-- under the influence loam Ar_. -.-..... .lssvIT1.--_. "
and scraping some of of intoxicating I so a m Lw .__L.i11.. ..___. _
In leveling liquor, so that There Are Few a U '
the small mounds at Shell Mound on he or she does not stops the cough and heals the lungs .s0.. Ar WiImuda....._..
behave in a natural iOGO a. lmamLv w ""' "' -
J. N. Wnttner's farm near this place manner shall be people who know how to take care es fi7as leas
taken In charge by the of themselves to lass pm..:-L -
recently. several skeletons were un- Marshal or -the majority do not. U .11 a leas

earthed. They were supposed to be any policeman of the City of Live The liver Is a most important organIn 10 !Yam 'IO.m L. -uarw.od.ss T-r 4i a s a? a a -.

burled very deep. The mound was Oak. Florida, and detained In custody the body. Herbine will keep it in lo se m 40 a m Ar .JIare.-: .....---:- .. II '

,examined a year or two ago by Prof. until sober, and shall then be taken I condition.' V.. C. Simpklns, Alba, LO 40 a m L. 5f-u "' .

who failed to go deep enough before the Mayor Texas writes: "I have used Herbine l. 10 a s Ar ,U._ T.,. -
Moore . .. order that he or for Chills 18 66 y "' -_ &.
and Fever. and .. :
skeletons one 01 sue sue be find It t.. :
to find the may required to --- --- '- --
disclose from best medicine I U 05 ID .. ---N+TO---- Tw.
skeletons was that of a man. perfect whom he or she purchased ever used. I would -
such In- not be tl lass at e. '--u
from the hips up. except one tooth toxicating liquor. without It. It is as good for a s vr a s.4 a s jY;; "

children. it is for grown-up people u ZO s m 44555. -4"L dr A. lass '
and one finger was gone; another Section 2. When such as6amu
person is and I recommend L"___._ .
It Is fine
for 'A .
m .
a m .Sattu-- u
em was that of a child. They had brought before the Mayor the said 'U.a .

been in the ground so long they were Mayor shall require him or her to Company LaGrippe. Sold by Suwannee Drug 1.. a s ill..Ly-. & ;:- --Ly. Oa leI.aIC

very easily broken.-Sanford Chron- testify under oath as to where, when' dw a m 'IT p. ., CIaarh.... ...-'---...!.Y. .GO s I s6 a s

id* and from whom he or she purchasedsuch Tomorrow is the only time to bor- OIa m 51'7..Lw "K';_ T.. steam ss0asis

intoxicating liquor and upon his row if you wouldn't sorrow. s s il.Ly-P __...Lw lei a lIt..
The residence and barn of Sheriff I or her refusing to .
testify at all, or It a m s 4s a m L r'-1Tsk-_...-- v s8 -
Walker were destroyed by fire upon his or her 111.sle
J. jt. testifying in such
A .
a Lesson in Health. Is s i 50 pm As -Darq--r- _.--1.
vi s0
.jut before day Thursday with nearly manner as to lead the Mayor to believe .u.1n._ ..... .____ .-u_ n a .1 sY a sd
an their contents, only a few articles that his or her testimony Is *uui7 juuueys uiier ine impurities .

furniture being saved. Among evasive or false, the Mayor after do this from good the health blood and unless they ( ) Telecraall or T....lMiM Station. tt> Fiat Statin (r) BcctoteE. U) Bipolar Stop, (a
other things lost was over two hun- warning without effect shall ad- impossible.Foley's AcacjStatfaa .T. P. Asvon. ssa.rtsttod.at., -1
Kidney Cure makes sound W.S.B.uaIa G B.il fmffeogtr Accnt.I .
judge him
dred dollars in money. When Sheriff or her to be in contemptof kidney
and bladder disease It
Walker first discovered the fire his court, and shall punish such con- ,strengthens the whole system. City JII

barn which was located near the tempt by imprisonment in the city Pharmacy. i
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BOOM was in a light blaze and he Im- ,jail not exceeding twenty days or by

mediately turned his attention toYrs. fine not exceeding fifty dollars $50), THE SECRET OF '

Walker who has been In ill or by both such fine and Imprison-

fceaKajtor some time and who fainted ment. A BEAUTIFUL I SEABOARDAirline .

born the fright and by the time he Section 3. If upon the examination ,

: bad gotten them safely out the whole mentioned in Section 2. the person COMPLEXIONNOW

remises were burning. It is gen- brought before the Mayor shall disclose REVEALED Railway.

I enflj believed that the fire was of In- the name of the person from

[ ceadUrr; origin and- was an attempt whom he or she purchased such intoxicating FREEWhat

i t. A+......*. ttiA ,nnnt...'. hloadhannd liquor and the place and beauty Is more desirable thanan Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines
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which were kept In a wire enclosure date of such purchase and testify In exquisite complexion and elegant Raleigh Richmond, Washington Baltimore
3 such a manner as to lead the Mayor I jewels. An opportunity for every women ,
It tU barn. The dogs, however I Philadelphia and New York.
managed to escape and Mr. Walker to believe that the testimony is probably to obtain both for a limited
disks they must have Ijumped'over true the Mayor shall then and time only.

tfc* wire wall of their cage which there reduce or cause to be reduced The directions and''reclpe for obtaining -' TWO\ ELE6ftNT"TRftlN5 DOILY
the said testimony to writing and a faultless complexion Is the ,
nt only about six feet talL The .
AertS carried about fourteen hundred have said person sign it, and verifyIt secret long guarded by the masterminds

dollars insurance, which will by affidavit taken and certified by of the- ORIENTALS, and Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

the said Mayor. If such person shall GREEKS.
lack considerable of covering the loss.
Eisstamee refuse to sign and swear to the said This we obtained after years of
Valley Oaxette.I .
testimony when reduced to writing work and at great expense. It Is the ,

the said Mayor shall attach his certi- I method used by the fairest and most Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
I I J:. M. 011, Mr. T. ,Inaho, Mr.
3 ficate that the' said testimony was beautiful women of Europe.
NJaomya and Mr. 8. Kakamura
c taken before him under oath on' the Hundreds of American women who
Wr&aa. were in the city Monday
date thereof. now use It have expressed their delight -
a ftulBftu trip. In conversation The Jamestown Exposition Line
its Section 4. If the said testimony and satisfaction,
rith the 8u representative Mr. Oil
1 reduced to writing shall show that This secret is easily understoodand
flat the Japanese colony at ,
any person baa illegally sold Intoxi- simple to follow and it will save

a4 Vrcaa flit were,getting along very well cating liquors In the City of Live Oak you the expense of cream cosmetics Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
they were all, tending to the
Florida the said Mayor shall Issue bleaches and forever give you a '
s of their pineapples at
t his warrant for the arrest of such beautiful complexion and free your '
He said that they had received For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent ,
person or persons on a charge of skin from' pimples bad color blackheads of Seaboard write
I.. or
rup from Mr. J. Sakal dated ; ,
selling intoxicating liquor, to be etcIt alone Is worth to you I
learns. Washington June 1, stat- S. C. EOYLSTON JR. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville Fla. ;
times the
price ask to
I brought before him for proceedings many we you
that b. and his wife
had arrived aa In other cases. send for the genuine diamond ring | > lllt... ICt HHHIM* lt* l* **t 4ll> l> H tl
.. Nf from Japan and that with
s Section 5. The person disclosingthe of latest design.
lot --' iwaugranu. tney expected We will sell you this ring as one -
.....1..J *Mvuiille June 14 name of the vendor shall be . I I . . . . . . I . I I . .1
or brought before the Mayor to testifyat small profit above manufacturing .
Mr. Sakal and his new wife will cost. The price is less than one half 5''
'I \ the trial of the party arrested, and OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT
welcomed home by his if his or her testimony does not agreein what others charge. The recelpe Is
attis1gN' Wrl a la Wyman. It Is
'**t through the efforts ,expect- any material matter with his or free with every ring.It is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is a
of Mr. is a genuine rose cut diamond
her previous written testimony he
-M1e la broad enough to accommodate all and
,its'! Japan that
quite a or she shall be turned over to the ring of sparkling brilliancy absolutely

oat seT*s of his people will be. added State authorities for trial for per-i guaranteed very dainty shaped like HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: ;

tariftiy colony, at an early jury. a Belcher with Tiffany setting or t
--Tropical Sun. 1.The young folks with their small savings. 'j
12Kt. shell at local jewelerIt
ett1 Section 6. Any testimony given gold your
I the yould cost considerable more than 2.-The breadvi inner, striving to accumulate a fund l
under this Ordinance by person
,r Old to procure a home, or a competency for old age. ,1 a
Story But Godd. taken in charge as provided in Sec- $2.00.
3. The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and i
*. tion 1 shall not be used against him We mall you this beautiful com- .
. of spring is remlnd- the income provided. :
free when orderIs
or her on a charge of drunkenness. plexion recipe your
,110 aofttI '* a ttory that has lately been Section 7. All Ordinances in con- received for ring and $2.00 In I 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.

mat aa Irish private-Iq whatI lict 'herewith repealed. money order stamps or bills. Get
are hereby .j
know not-who went to Section 8. This Ordinance shall your order In before our supply Is J

- sne1 to uk for a week's leave take effect Immediately upon Its pass- exhausted. . .

y Found that he age by the Council and approval by This offer Is made for a limited .
, had been
,the Mayor. time only as a means of advertisingand

. weful to his wife at her CHAS. H. BROWN, introducing our goods.

of *Bla I of the year before. President of City Council. Send to-day before this opportunity Live Oak ffl'fg CO.J

11. 01 -** like to be so again. "it Attest: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I is forgotten T. C. MOSELEY.

ateadoos "J"J. m" said the colonel "the S. P. Mays City Clerk ef the 32 East 23rd Stret,
J New York City. Manufacturers of
do hereby tf
j eN lure U Ufe to grant your City of Live Oak Florida
certify that the foregoing Ordinance

} -.bat I am sorry to say that I Xo. 59 was regularly passed by the YOUR WRINKLES REMOVED Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights
**a letter ,
from your wife City Council on the 10th day of June, T7lTTp-v7\Informatlon of a simple

es I m were not of the least A. D. 1907 .and the same is here- P IXJuil/method which every woman Power and Turrpentine.
..t to 'at let the of his approvaL wrinkles
certified to
Spring cleaning by Mayor can use to drive away
in of the city furnished for
jet would not blackheads pimples and give a fine Electric Lights any
get leave.
t. stJI -Isr0tul1T turned to Witness my hand and the seal of rosy color to the cheeks and a beauti- Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.

. god' at the door and. turning go. said City this 10th day of June A. ful complexion to the face. Simply Electric power-Day and night current-for manufactur-
OiI 4iag oMcer, said: -May D. 1907. send names of 2 ladles interested and 1ngpurpo
-.- *rd. colonel "By all S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. the name and address of your druggist Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-

thl0aalew. < ertd> the other. "There Examined and approved by me this we will mail 2 valuable booklets cial attention, and all orders aromptly fiilled.

.i the man, "two of 11th day of June. A. D. 1907.J. with Information. Write to-day, thisis We will give you good prices on low grade ding; and
On earth a bargain.
in this B. JOHNSON and prices.
New York. flooring. Come get our
:t bad a-.ue." Mayor of Live Oak. Florida. tf 78 Fifth Ave.,

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: l .,& STAEY'L G :;; jThe' + ".'oSUial family,,- ,-ot": tiePra&.J .i.iF IEM. MO
92K JAI clertu be m"brm0D.7wttJ&
: supposed -to
'Jafe 'Dowu
aim{ L, Tie sawmin people at thetr p]

-Pabised every SandayJvF.jHEBWOODU tteraoa-*. I meeting in Femandina resolved t him and to stand by his policies !

Except of that famR
and as all the members ]
shut down their plants fa Georgia
sad J[ .d.II are his appointees and he selects -. -
j EStor Florida because the price of yeOn them largely that end. But this -way seart.ma MD- .

Catered-at tke PostoSee Live Oak. pine lumber has goad down to ;& is not trse of the Governor's cahinelIn Mineral Springs Hotel
Second Pass Mail Mat and Col
nvrM.** point where tt was no longer! pre Florida. The gentlemen who form
CUh2e to cat tt. The pecaoar thin, tt are the servants of the people, WATER IN CVEKT KOOML.: BlLllAMO TABtCa. CCCO--.

.' .:DIE Oil PUS C&BISI .shoat this eaa itka is that this d .. elected by the people and responsible PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EaUtPPCO STASLCS. SHAw""PA _,
I to them hence they are bound to aa ITIllLUF1ICMLIftA
ewe ta prices Us occurred la ont RATES REASONABLE cuur. ennq
blind devotion to the Governor or his &rUlE.._
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT aces *..!a coa anSrety wed area ol policies and are entitled to fan independence DOWblliG '
mailed to any part of tke CaJaedStates. !tie otvcxtrr. West at the W wfdUygQtere of opinion In discussing ADDRESS PORK fMK. fl.OI1O&)!
postage prepaid tar: u..H
kas ben ao clue and cattinjkxrtwwki either or both. But for an that it -=
per Tear; 'Lie tar s x metr zL2S ator Is wasting time. It is true that Oar _
| foe tart.lacitfcs.eac 5* coca: l ai wkfte f ae also is stHtesisess. seems to be a happy family up atTallahassee
weeks is advsac a XBvcred4a > without dissenting YOke there are some fifty thousand colored Mr.
for fTet secT p.:b3e At the a and Yr& .i. ,
of that eSy: lacarrier I votes in Ohio but the great majority -
aay part aad the Governor can proudly pointto Japan were I; tie
far It eeaa pet weg i Fey=mss- mat zg no rrjiinrtoiwas of them are coins to rote the egy3
then as adherents in whom thereis route to Taaaato then
I cSend of ibis resarkahle stat neither suspicion of dlstoyaHty. -,1 ticket of the G. O. P. whatever Is.I 1'.aQ
no kick on the Florida East
Tfee reeesl sMTarSyrt eatctffea. tiJacksoaviZte I ef a%&!ra w-Scl ts rugs: esovgh Bat Senator Humphries!The Presidency of the United States I! Mr. Sakal Oaj
cater scteSM determined In is naiagsr*!
ckaxcestbe 'is not going to be
I as tt* B2X mea are sujpcaed. to he editor of the Manatee Journal was ter of the colony -
of tie eSr-eacaea fem jaebiU ttfggsu I ia the last 1 Brownsville Texas.* bag
: experts fca sees natters and to be taking notes white he was I Is necessarily obCj-g-tu?!
-** legislature and in a recent issue of
u""I T with tie sources of decsaat quent Journeys acra.&ff

wa* etocaeiS. TS as wa as the sv yZy and to under his paper he drops this little disturbing That $ 5.001 which the legislatureof I eats, but upon the hat;.
remark in the family circle:
rsesr use' k* a mar gtie: cassies aJecttas both. The: 1905 allowed Colonel Wailes for trip was for the psiback -'
"Sixty days in Tallahassee has convinced -
eeoSea&td. t&eexselves with Eeret a wIfe. Last v
claIm Is still lying In
his Indian war
the writer that the people'sInterests
'mac 'sas Bta11a '">I that the price had some besaw the State treasury uncalled for. It for his native dty sad ae;
might be better served by
the plat of pr..dt and anaoonce+ lag to Tanatopsn
]cat d sazssm as Z..e Chk.1nr. making a few changes in the cabinet looks mighty good to us. and if it
tee to bit down As taI : Sakai.
to and
tad been appropriated our use J
: .. 1m iIs ti's one o.cers" I
1 I as-crsz a>wt UIt the mills b behoof even as. a just debt scaled Mr. Sakai is a g
33ew ID&k a has ab Gex sad Fksr&ia. it would brinjcoadftSoav '
i down its fadnatioss would.have side- i anAl worJ4-wide\;;

5' [- "\i! v-. J eve a sesan of a.alrs If Fire Alarm Foraker is airing him tracked all resentment and we would':'was educated in ttl*can

.bil e 3t: :.iIbt 3sazheuwb j the azi exccate their pnrpow2ood self and his relation to the Bnnras- have gone after it with almost indecent graduate of Tale, and ldSd4
an Cte land: with mea oat of viQe episode much of late in his lag English Iaalt'es
J2n :'IItrt.j haste. Get the money and keep y
week. Tiers are no sass dsewaenCaz endeavor to rake off prestige to boost conversant with
up the kick afterwards. ColoneL The 1IImnl.eei
j the coaatry kas yet reached the his presidential aspirations which State of Florida apparently intends to ages all of which helps ts j jan
: naeazrnsc 'lid::)!. em s.3rcJml
crest: : of ti* procpenty wave and it fct everybody knows was his only motive invaluable ate
license In that auaager
1 1am permit you
y zo aqy .-n ;tbe .p+s+4 sv
In himself with the affair.
fee hoped; that early traasent cause connecting ate colony Lpoa Us
0a.1& Da i direction and you can kick with more proa
< :big avs are e n zg tit depress the price oita Bat his plans have miscarried and unction after tie outrage has bee to Japan be brings bad bW

ela:15 zra'stG.wt 2tt w enur :'i inmb this njcQcia. When the the Philadelphia Record tells him allabout countrymen who will st&f
finally consummated by your receiptof
'CIIrdia1 wad
axe'zgums tt'I:5S: want to koM ap price at thefa. it ia this paragraph."Senator : little '
I Prosperous
-tn. the lmryesic&l :be the money than now when you perhaps viSas
I esz f Bares they shut down sodas Foraker discusses the Augustine Record. -*1
% tas xC ""* 1' I keep a faint hope still in stock.
: : J
: 1 i z:s they caoose to that arc evidence In the Brownsville case as -t
:: TrattTatinr d We might think as Colonel Wailes
.a oeat IBapast:
w'.rla thew control and by redacinj seriously as though the people cared '
in ..AnAlilll1nem : does if we were in his place but holding 11
: sa:
the .stat see are the end aimed at, much abooVK. He Is convinced that The supreme court fit ft
h 2he utme hate et=. j our present attitude towards that
11i& II dtixens"saot *
Are tie saws thai the their
people adopting np own town reversed the de
$%5.001. it seems to us a peach of
I h4y but then, he did not need this investigation cIswa.3
such divine proportions and perfec- court at C ; |
:Sere Is&gem zteaT Haag zh'v 3 1 to convince him of It. for
tion that we would reach for it if Mallard against
She plate ::JDII.t1er z e d Cei I The Governor has appointed as he was convinced of It to begin with.

jxresa! which is peA ze 3n.1eacued Saze: Geologist, alder the Chili bill. His conclusions are nearly as impres- we had to hire a special-- train to get a verdict "in favor eC Xivc

and gzvz a Z sndccse : Dr. E.. H. SeBards.*of State_ Unlers2y she as those of the magistrate who there quick.Mrs. Line: for $3%...t in berti

meat; of Taint Txe"ncsBperaiMstal man (eaq wow)J JYit1L Dr. SeDards received nfi al-charged the prisoner accused of damages for the death

a iae&xaJ&ogt to ; special training In geology at Tale mayhem -tbe-grooad-that he believed M. V.. She meld. whohas_ been
band who was anCendant
aakbie" tai heed: ta aS ages
Xfc* formt4zbe erH of tie wand j l has appointment Professor of Geology bitten off him own nose. The Sen- to Lake City this morning. railroad. -;

and the remedy is ia tfci* p&raerapk"Tbe : : sad Zoology: in the University of

away who eouts thirty bi Ui 1 I Florida.g geologist to the .".", .. . "...."
mind before t* speaks soot discovers Florida Experiment: Station and assistant -

that when be talks fce says omfttt g, on the National GeologicalSurvey i' :
Try atle&ce for a change It builds. He will begin his new duties I "

.p a wonderful rcaci re force'la :roa.rj aCjonee. The o:ce .f the State Geologist j I READY TO WEAR SALE

ybTstcal prcamizaUoa aad surely" orer- Is at TaCahassee*Gainesville. i

cornea your temper- anentaltloa fDcl1Da-J Sun. 'I :
to babble. -
1 The Pensacola Journal has severely. -

We regret to note the esteemed criticized the late legislature_ as a i

Lire Oak Democrat and that excellent body that failed in Its plain duty to I;
paper the Deal*,Banner ea.gaCedl enact much Important legislation 0 DAYS

In a controreny as to which represent -: :
the most populous dtr. Can i, .: -
off you dogs gentlemea. both Ocala wered its arraignment elaborately "

and Lire Oak are good towns and' and the Journal comes back at it with i STRICTLY FOR CASH .

each shovld be proud to call the other a destructive broadside from whichwe : '
:t. -
sister so let It drop at that and each take the following that win give c.
I i Tuesday Thursday
devote himself to making greater his the editor of the Sun food for very Wednesday,

city and Ida State.-Orlando Demo serious reflection:

crat. I II "But if the legislature of 1907 is I' .
I June 25-26 and 27. 1
Most exeeneat. advice and we are entitled to undying fame for passing '

Uvlag right ap to it. We are proud'I six'bills-.four of which at least were i

of veer ntUe sister down in Marioneoast7 sot of paramount importance-what i -

and sb. skoald point withequal should be said of it for killing the t

pride to her big sis In old several bills that were of paramount ... .

Sawannee.The importance and for the time it frittered t

away in killing them If it is ;

recent communication of Hon. entitled to credit for passing a few : f Entire stock of shirt waists : '

I. B. Johnson to the Democrat in the bills that it was not compelled to

tare of an address to his constituents 1: pass what is it entitled to for failIng i skirts, muslin underwear chili -

telling of "his work In the upper to pass a re-apportionment bill .

bowJc of the late legislature basatUscte4 : under a direct constitutional man i drens dresses at less than cost '

Bach attention in other I date requiring such a bill Let us

parts of the State as well as in Sowsaa -i enumerate a few subjects on which t of material. Those who have

** eovatr. It was a strong: there was a general demand for legislation ..

tfecttflpeat and Las largely added to j i : Immigration good roads t attended our special sales :

Senator J"fcn on'. reputation as s'''publicity of campaign contributions '
I I and prohibition of railroad i know something of the values "j
s<9 a4 k
servant 1%. Lab City index of i passes. State uniformity of textbooks : .
we give.
tbt week* young largely from the : franchise tax. reapportionment t

a444, Par* Senator Johnson this!i constitutional convention. Here .

fclg .a4 4. MMrrv.t compliment: !! ire eight matters .as against :Mr. t

"0.* f.1 t m awlylected senatorsat L'Engle's six. which the legislature : -""

tfc tt wdvn was the gentleman I absolutely turned down either directly :

*txw IDmserves as a caption ': or through indifference and the -

lAW this jMtfcci Going into a newtrod I combined importance of these subjects i See the goods in the window to be-
outweighs by several times all .
), a KtJ f.w o. parliamentary ,
jBAAfcet*, |. 4
slut 1M A.. r4Jk-4 Higher after only i lout+ of iir LEngles half dozen bills f sold at 98cts.I.

thirty 4y *4 (Ua *'m. Mr. .John-I r on which he says rests the legisla .

s0 a w+i4 fc* fr4 nun ture's claim for greatness. The subject -

ws.a*. ftnntlf yraojy14 to rend back. of immigration alone was of

IB a r oet bdFcsrj to (tfc* voters of i more importance to the state than

his cowaty! DJiR.c ".a *wi ..t of his anyone of the bills which :Mr. I I. THE EMPORIUM ;;
mentions The primary LADIES
stew.r bill and the anti-pass bill
tnt --*> thiag' w4h hate! publicity _

evidently tee orfc it* t vt the! enacted into law. would have done .

created >s a. txMter t** thin creator; more to weaken tbe power of the Interests i
for and those |Ulfr :control than -:TREE'DEUVERY PHoNE 15tN .l
that the peopt are,r twiatfcl* i. s. Harvard
the good or bad work of thfr ser...[Ul ot"Mr: L'Eng1e's'blll. $ can do la li' .j

vants. a generation. . . . . . . . . ...

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[ [LOCALS AND 'PERSONALS -- electric' fans- -., we,).'C. ;yam I !V-rV ,4 ? ' Vt1 "- '- '-M- 11111' --C' -111'j II-fll- 1'1111'1" '

... f; .j c. ,We wouldx her show than t"
Overstre& ira
! 7'f. (:"" ?it the city; you_ : ,
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4. "f deal *
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i f,4 BRIEFLY' ,: tell .... 11.{,, "" '
)MATTERS OP INTEREST k'-: 4_ you.invitation _
CHROXICLra> FOR DEMO J. R. Bassett of Wellborn' Is here, : : WhereTe ,,. Ip liaa.isy. ; .

CRAT READERS'flIEYfCOME today on,business., '?
=.1 .) So our to, Inspecto our : . . 'i! .i .i .
--" f 'G. :'stoclf is always in force, and it Includes '
R. 4
Cason of Pine Grove was At the Baptist 47sle .
here !everybody. >j'
AND THEY 60n today .Jc .t The time for the- und&yBofcnpl,to

: R. E. McN'eill I .P 0:1: ; : ; : meet has been changed from;iff.to .
went to Braden- .
town yesterday 9:30 'and we request you _tOSjewra ..
of Live Ok and Suwaanee ; on business /. .There's no special day no best time"_ yourselves accordingly.; Start from,
to look at our Furniture. Come anytime home so as to be in the church at
Gouty Gathered by the Democrat U. D. Higgins ,
Reporter Park wife, of the Co' that yo"u please, and stay as long 9:30 If possible. If yon were .trying ..
I are in the city '
today.C. as.ywu. are Interested.We to catch a train, you would be

A. Walker of Pinemount : ,.- ; on, time.
was The pastor will speak both at 11
AIeL Wilson, bf Padlock Is here here trading today. '-
'. a. m., and 7:45, p. m.* The morning
Today. claim that this stock of u ; f". <". subject will be: "God' Great Army:
; .: :
--- here I GeOTummond and son, Fred, of i. ..: ; wail. do Its own arguing.and' ve:S f"... '_*4 "!f Its Victories and MIstakes/Ton will
Brown of Clayland was Suwan : .*. ; ; ;
R. 1' 1 /.were.. here today. ', :;-' ',> ', : "", -would far rather;show'you thin tell. .; _j J4: .:T find the text in II Tim. 2:3. and it
jt" : .. r ,
yesterday. ;- y. c- "- -" f-Vf -
-T- :\ fO'j t'j : J reads: "Suffer hardships with.me as
Porch I.anierof Rossburg.. is here \t f 4 ST J .
a good soldier of Christ Jesus. Read
W. F. Fletcher, of Mayo, is In Lire today
,Oak today. the chapter down to the 14th verse.

E. L. Hugh, of Padlock was in the Come expecting to meet an excep- Schedule for the day, viz: '

'L. E. Wadsworth. of Madison, .Is city'today. X: )| tionally\worthy, showing of Furniit 1. Sunday-school. ':30 a. m.

IA the dty todar. '- I. ; buy and }prove that we offer 2. Preaching. 11:00' a. m.

L. B. Carraway. of Rocky Sink, is .1 1 G opportunities for real economy.J. 3. Sunbeams 3:30 p. m.
.c. W. Hughes made a business tripto here today. 4. B. Y. P. U. 7:CO p. m.

Jacksonville today.W. 5. Preaching. 7:45 p. m.

J. M. Ross of Rossbnrg. is in
D. Han-ell: of McAlpln, !s here city* } day: B. Barton & CO H. L. Campbell B. Y. P. 1:. .z .

today on business. l\lanager: "Bible. Study :Meeting=I John.

Mrs. Gardner went to Pinemount t II I I 1111 I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiii5th I I I I I I I I I I .i I. I I 1. i '
Capt. Will Tedder returned to Fen- today on a visit to friends. 2. Prayer. ':
holloway this morning. 3. Scripture"reading,-I John 2 ri

FOR RENT-A cottage. Apply to 11. c -

j. T. Mercer of Mercer Station C. H. Brown. tf CITY BAND 4. Song.

was here today on business. 5. Talk on the life and writingsof <

J. L. Blackman and wife, of RIx- John. -<

W J. Reynolds of Pine Grove was ford, were here today trading. G. Scripture reading,'I John '3:1- 4
here yesterday on business. : and Quartette. : 8. '

When you bare electric troubles 7. Solo by Miss Edna Blume. -,

s.. C. Humphreys went to Kirk- call J. C. Lyle. Phone 83. +++++++++++ t . 4- t. 8. -H-w we can help the Pastor."
Und on business this morning.J. ,." 9! Questions found in Quarterly.
t Every Friday Night at the -*
Charley Johnson of Rlxford, was 10. Roll caL
W. Harper; of near Grover, was here trading today.A. "RINK." Skating begin- : 11. Offering. .*A 1

here on' business last evening. : ing at 8 o'clock followed by + 12. Benediction. '1 411

M. Boatright and J. G. Hlngson .
: band concert at 9 o'clock. .
Mrs. Snraskl and daughters returned of Pinemount, are in the city today. + Methodist .Church. -1

from Fernandina Jagt evening! .. Everybody come. -t- _._:
Sunday:scboal at 7x45.: J.,E. Wood,
The Century Plant in'Mlsa Emma; .4- Admission 10 & 1 Sc. Skates_ 25c. -*- :t.. i $Superintendent '

Mrs. Bertha Vann and Mrs J. Parshley's yard", in front of the. court -.4 ':' + +++++k. It--t-: ++++t+++ Preaching at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m.. ':
Fleming are at the Ethel today i tW"1: house.; ia'nOw'ln bloom. ,/ .-1 by,'the pastor. 3

l ;>,7; ";"Hammar House''Paint Sale-Have J.' M. Brown of Rocky Sink was The Epworth League will meet at b
and of Ella L. C. Lanier and two Roscoe
W. D. Mercer wife sons to the
you heard of It!' E;'!J."Blume & Co. here this morning. He had the mis- 3:SOp. m. The delegates
,ills., are In the city today trading. and John, of LanIer Station are in State Conference will tell us about ;
..... fortune to lose a fine mule valued
the-city today- ..., .
that meeting.
"Mrs. F. O.* Strickland returned at $200 last night.
J. H. Johns and daughter, of near from Jennings today where she has The Junior League will meet at i
Elias Corbett and Oliver Quarterman ,
lotuton. were here trading yesterI relatives. The 2:30 p. m. ]
been on a vlsitto ; Baptist Sunday-school has
.of Pine Grove/ ere here to-
I .. .-J r bay: .."-:"'s...Ii. ix .'"; .!' J :' *.. <* 4 changed the time""meeting: from The public cordially invited to ant
5. L.\VjPowell.v of Tampa, was here; 9:45"to '9:30. 'So yon will'have.to bee above: services. ;
[ .
Henry Hogens the painter, went '*L. C. Lanier. and J. O. Boatright' today onhls way home from Perry' ; get up fifteen minutes earlier. '" (Second" Advent Christian Church. ,-;'

-, I I'I o Lake Butler this morning to visit were among the Rossbnrg visitors to where he spent two weeks. I I ;
II I 1, friend. Live Oak today. I i Ii i A ten-day paint sale for paintersand Elder J. T. Butler, the pastor will A

:Miss Mamie Hadder went to Pea- house"owners. Inquire at E. J. preach at l h a., m.. and 7:45 p. m.

cock this morning on a visit to her Blume & CD.W. The morning theme will be,
.,ttiss.Clifford Parnell went to Lake Mrs. Lawler will spend Sunday "
< mother. I -Pride. At night, the soul subject
:: this R. with Mrs. Jennie Spencer at Well- Ii
tty morning on a visit to-A. i
i>. G. Tuten of the Park was here will be considered. "What is theboul

Vests family. born. Mrs. Wadkins of Boyd, was here this morning going to Madison for ?" This subject will be considered -
yesterday visiting friends and left his family who have been there for: strictly from a Bible stand
J. B. Evans is on the sick list today
Mn. Ovens, who has been visiting today for Madison. ,;,i several weeks on a visit. pint. Any one can have the privilege
and was unable to be at his placeof I I
ueteJq Tedder's family, left for II I I of asking questions on the subject

Like City this morning. business. Dan Mosley of Clayland. was shaking -!I David G. Long who holds a respon during or after the service.Sundayschool :
t hands with his Live Oak friends sible railroad position in Live Oak,, at 10 a. m. .:

. '- Lee flames, of Pine Grove was today. I came down and spent Sunday with Prayer meeting Tuesday night at 1

here yesterday, and brought to i I homefolks and friends.-Mayo Free 7:45 o'clock. :J

FOR RENT market several crates of flne toma Mrs. Quarterman and her sister. I Press. Every body cordialy invited to attend -J 1

I toes. Mr. Raines is a good trucker Miss Gillis came up from Perry today I these-services. .-4

.... I I and farmer and raises plenty for to see the best town In Middle Mrs. Glover arrived here from Atlanta I )

0 :home use and to sell. Florida.W. today, and will make her Episcopal Church. ]
future home. Dispatcher Glover of 3
Four nice offices to let in the No service at the Episcopal church --,
Florida Railway is of ex-
Pinemount was the course
Extra fine electric chandeliers at B. Mills of
| tomorrow.
Uwin Building Can be had from Mr. ceedingly happy. Mrs. Glover is a -
J. C. Lyle's. The handsomest ever here today: and purchased I Sunday-school at 10 a. m.
o suits if wanted. Centrally seen in Live ,Oak. Overstreet a house and lot on Hamilton refined lady and will be welcomed to "i
streeLMisses the social circles of Live Oak.
-.... wed sewerage and water f.

sections hi the Building. Today is the longest day in the Belle Helton and Henrietta Rev. Dutll returned from Tallahassee i:
year. It Is said that if it rains on where he attended the NEWS CO.
Nellie BOOKS
11 Moderate rent! McGriff. of Live Oak.,and Miss today FLORIDA .
C- this day. it will rain for forty days. McIntosh of Luraville. came over State Epworth League meeting. Rev.

---- Friday and spent several days here Pasco and also all the delegates. + + *
Painters! Don't fail to get your their friend. have returned.
z. trial of Hammar House Paint very pleasantly Books Bibles Staticrery,
i One can Miss Eunice Dees.-Mayo Free Press.June ,.. ,oj
five room while the reduced price sale is on Rev. C. A. Ridley preached at

J-.Thk is right in theleart E. J, Blume & Co. Antioch today at 11 a. m., and will Blank Becks, etc. "

** city and is convenient- fill his regular appointment there tomorrow
MaJ. Geo. gutter, city editor of the at 3 o'clock. He
J. wtdfor some business afternoon Musical Instruments and all 1
.1 -, ; Democrat who tas been extremely 111 BridesWill has Just completed a new house of

'.: for the past month, leaves this evening worship there which is said to be Attachments.

.''t- for Suwannee Springs, and will Cone of the nicest country churches in

be absent a week or ten days. the county. Picture Frames made to order,

-Some .
Jack Douglas and wife of Miami The Sunday-school at Pine Grove latest designs moulding..

goat arrived here last evening ,to remain is in a flourishing condition. It has
; Properties about ten days. Jack has hosts of 4 a membership of forty all of whom '
friends in Live Oak. and they are always be delighted if you send are highly interested In the work.E. Inks, Pens, Pencils Tab-

k for Sale glad to greet him. them a Bridal present from L. Corbett, the superintendent. !san

bed j our exquisite line of Diamondsand enthusiastic worker in the cause. lets, Notions and ,

Dr._ McMannlng father-in-law of other high-grade jewelryRADFORD and takes just pride in this school.

I v te the undersigned for Thos. Delegal. died at the latter's J. L. Gramling and R. B. Wiggins Novelties.
home yesterday and will be buried are the teachers and are thoroughly

tL' i.I.t at Houston today. Dr. McManning imbued with the Importance of their

!information. -* was one of the oldest citizens and .a work. The attendance at this school

physicians in the county. and at onetime Is good and the best of order prevails Florida Book &: News Co. ;

had a ,large practice with those at all times. ,.
,. lived l-ere 'in the..early days
J nRJUO! who Undertaker Potsdamer &eM: a fine;' r-: rr, thJeweler 'FOLmnom 'IAF.co" C. C COOK M::: .

'casket to Pine .Grove' to contain the I I LIVE OAK fLA. .th& rt4b wn.i t+ sals iosai
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I Per Gallon, ready to put on

"R" .s V'1r "R- PAS. zt the zed.r price per gallon is mighty good value-better paint value than. you can get ..'
e :l:3 5 G.i

?Tkl :-Jt j-mn me: CUTSETS of this locality to know the paint better. i

i \W p-----; :: it bsser too-to know the good work it dOes-its easy spreading qualities-its brilliancy of cJDDfip

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AUW JKST QLAGIXE for a minute that you'll get this special price right along. You won't.

i """' $2 ..all __ ed and then the price will so back to the old figure. .

3IY.Y :UDW;icrr:asrsr if ire pradsnt-if you really want to make sure money on your Paint purchases you

i ;gtnd b:b weB-paint that wears well paint that'll save you money -


I E.J.BLUME&Co.Live .

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i Oak, =, Florida. :.

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of fifteen
I naval stores It Is estimated Cat bet=s land
It*Woodmen of the World ergazt2xc4 i! .
men of recognized standing Is appointed 400 torpeatiEecpentegva
the trstof Ce Ira Sa-g*xg toW XeeCfagfa FtmmtrilmCiniiiiiiij s S-+oeas-- Meet Ia Jacksonville aad Adopt.t
OM C1t the best eax&p is Florida.Jtew ."( I Drastic >l I.AUft.I I to take the preliminary steps attendance on this mew

xoexcltrs arc cog Im every (Pesaau a Jocrcal. %ttJa..) I The Turpentine Operators Aasotistian I!toward organizing an export and
week, from twesty charter znes&bers: The. Gouty CosrctitsJaaen andState !warehousing company, with a minimum -
met In Jacksonville
4able. A bag Wednesdaywith capital of 11,500,000. the equal.
bate nearly :
we snow Good Beads AasocUtioa I
wlH BOO* be erected by Doctor Bryanl.r of nearly 4Q9>>: delegates present of the American Naval Stores CoI:1i -I J JKILL'nECQUCH
Fiortca wteb fa aaaual I
degree work.: was coavestioa. -I from Georgia. Florida and Aia am..i panT, to be launched not later than 1 AID CURE THE LUBE
fa this
city on yesterday and ,(April 1, 11 08.
JCJas Baby oJor a L wbo las bees the day ..Of'e"u attended by aDun..ESt The following is a summary of their I
Brunswick and Saint I I This company Is not formed forpeculation I II.
Tfeftfeg is lot of good roads advocates: proceedings: but to protect the pro.4ducers WITH Kit'sNiw ;
several is f fz
fioofit for weeks. expectedto ii7.
from section i ian Turpentine
every Florida and unanimously -i from market manipulators.A : ;I !
refers soo*. svefc to the 4eilc&t of West Florida te to be coseratnlaled -I agree to retire from the market I committee of three is
of few Bvneroos frfe&da. We an that the convention was held! one-half cf the spirits turpentine produced I examine into the legality of efforts:; D'scI

toj* WWM oe win sot lie ftorwOeacm here: for the reason that nnllmlted i during the ensuing four being made under an alleged con-;

B u ar> alter fccr: arriraLXi good win remit to the cause of good. months. It is estimated that at least I tract with the trustees of the Inter- !v tip! COUCHS '111II.rl'lki....

Louts Hi U'u. ore of IXnrtt& roads In thIs section fro mthe dellb- 40.000 barrels will be withheld and: nal Improvement fund, to secure L 11 tHGIT dA 1DMGUABAXY.LD

Park'c most pop=lar and sweetest eratioiis of the conreation.Resoiotioiu this means that spirits turpentine to I damages for alleged trespasses on J: ii

Toss= ladles, will coos Leave forlaaestows were adopted adToeat- the value of $1,200.000 will be with-i[lands, the title of which Is vested In: OB.XOlBY BZ7UX s.A1 _
where she -1U vljft the drawn from the available
fcc a state system of good roads theenactment supply. J I the state of Florida. I
ftpc slt3oa.Mr. of neb a bill as was de- t I I ..JBy
JL. T WaUn. Eorer*ica Com-
feated fa the last session of the legislature -
W. O. W., will enter-
ssaader c.f the and the issuing by the state
Wa at a tec. rolling FrtcUr night AHMrorctau of UO'O',O" of bonds for the construction -
are cordially Icrtted.Mr =
of an adequate system of
JofcaaJe ftaniraa is showing his state blgbways.
ssitest ssgiles these days, U etensplatlag -
t The first business attended to yesterday
a 'tr>? tome sad a rtopcrer
moraine was the selection of
Iy tike way to Me fcer I I
a place for holding the next annual
TN East Park Bowling Club met
1 1FtUaT I session, and on motion of Mr Edwards -
sdgtt. IU t*.t shore made br I
of Ocala that city was selected.
K- B. Tfcario. Second biggest )Irs.oJ. .

II. Ilatt Bootrr KIM Louts Hug- I
The election of oCcers was another
Oar cealal bort. Sir J. W. &ealr feature of the forenoon session yes fW1T

will soon fear pUatr of room fa his terday. It resulted as follows:.

DeW dlal c room to accommodate the Preeident H. W Long cf }[ute!,

large throngs who come out of their Marion county. i

war very oftea to atop with him. Vive-President H. Dlekson, of / universal
Dr. W. H. Bryan baa returned from Orlando, Orange county. I testimony Red Rock

North Georgia where he baa been Secretary and Treasurer. W. Fruit Punch has been awarded

recvperaUac White, of Jacksonville, Dnval county.f the palm of
The bblDC" good here DOW. unqualified superiority. It distinctiveness aDd
State Organizer-A. S, Mann ol" success to all social assures
Many good strings being brought In. "i functions and rda
Jacksonville Dnval county. with the should be prepared in a a
The pool Is la flae condition andS following:
the crowds seem to never tire of 1Upleasarec. Tbe local good roads workers I' 'FOR.MULA
fared well In the appointment oi
Tbe new bridge across the river standing committees. These were 8 ORANGES (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty..eve Guests) PIJ
named as follows: : LEMONS 1 Pf'P
will be completed br Bandar. RED
CHOPPER. Legislature. L. Edwards. Frank .1 POUND SUG4ARQUARTS ROcK GmGER ALE
Johnson and J. W. White. I Crush r and lemons
'. All stomach troubles are quickly Good Roads-F. M. Williams R,I allow to ages 3 chop pineapple fine, cover with P
relieved br taking a little Kodol after and F. hours, press out the jwce this juice the
G Johnson Dansby. pint of cherries and add to
to and
each meat Kodol goes directly plenty of add
t' the seat of trouble. strengthens the County Homes Messrs. Lee,,I i the four quarts of Red RoGi cracked ice. Just before serving -

1' digestive organs, digest what yon Brooks (of Washington county), and l

eat Bold by City Pharmacy. d" John A. Merrltt. i



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Elsewhere. do.!! to stop producing an article for 1 11.

Sal They A r* Cutting .* a Loss .Inr There seems to be. a steady rise which the demand 'is not sufficient -
Geoff and Florida and Will In all other kinds of'building-.mater to pay the cost of production./That's

ao.e'Down )IllI.. ial. Iron and steel are advancing what wilfno doubt have:*to:Wdbne

as well as yellow br,the various mills*
(Savannah News 20th.) pine west of the

than continue to cat yel Mississippi _and the white pine of the;

Rather, pine at.an actual loss the sawmill West. The demand for hardwood la A Fortunate Texan. E R BINE
low. of Georgia and Florida will heavy with prices advancing. Hemlock Mr. E. W. Goodloe of 107 St.

men spruce and onis St.. Dallas. Tex. says: "In the
J iJa.t down their plant &a soon as are In steady :,_ .. Wn -
are fulfilled. demand at remunerative prices. The past year I have become acquaintedwith ..:-
current puzzle is to find why Dr. King's New Life Pills and vi.ea out
each mill owner will decide for Georgia and
WhIle Florida pine no laxative I ever before tried effectually
has so
at the meeting of the Georgia been going steadily
lower. disposes of malaria and
and Florida Sawmill Association "But whatever the influences biliousness. They don't grind nor For SicK LiversA
it is
Fernandlna Tuesday everyhill
held at certainly time to halt gripe. 25e at Barclay & Groover
man present expressed his intention of business .call a or go out drug store. dw
of taking this action. About As I have indicated at PURELY VEGETABLE

(0 per cent of the output of the millsof section prevailing of prices the yellow pine In this Kammar House Paint at $1.19 per COMPOUND -

the two states is represented by the at a loss. That country is being cut gallon ready to put on. But this

membership of the association the last looks to us like the price is good until 25th only. See CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA.

rest being produced by small mills straw and the only thing we can E. J. Blame a Co. QUICKLY CORES .MALARIA.CHILLS and
wide territory. If
.rittered over a
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases product by
tie larger mills cannot run at a profit John TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. ODe bottle par-
there would seem to be little likelihood B. Stetson University I chased today mal saw von a sick spell tomorrow.

that the smaller mills can do


Declined Steadily.
FLORIDA W. A. Whitwn Emory Texu.
for the past eighteen months the writes: "My child had chills and fever

>price of yellow pine has been on the Affiliated with the University of Chicago for font years.,and Sash We yan tried acquaintance all kinds ofmedicines '>.>;...''

downward road until it has reacheda COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS The standards mine recommended Berbine. We used .
point where it is no longer profit- of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their are those of the University three bottles, and the child is now completely :(
Stetson and Chicago. degrees from both cored. You have _
Able to saw, according to the tmanImoos See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs my permission
COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates to publish this testimonial as I cheer-
opinion of the operators. tice law In Florida without examination.of this College are admitted to prac- fnllr recommend Heroine to all mother

When prices are sufficient to justify COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND having children afflicted as mine."
inch a coarse the mills will of course -leading M >banlcal.to Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses LU
tart ap again. If buyers do not COLLEGE degrees.OF BUSINESS Fine new -building Banking costly equipment. BALLARD SHOW LINIMENT GO.

vAt Georgia and Florida yellow pine by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting.in all Its Elective branches. Bookkeeping ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. ,

bid enough to pay at least the cost other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.courses open In

of manufacture and a Uttle profit the Yale PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard
Cornell. Michigan. Chicago and all first-class SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
only thing left for the mill men is NORMAL AND MODEL Colleges. '
to close up. If the depression cover- Schools building. 2. Primary and Grammar School-1.In Kindergarten separate building.In Its These own Suwannee Drug Company.

ed the entire field it might afford especially prepare Public School teachers.

same consolation to know that they building MUSIC large SCHOOL.faculty-thorough A' 110,000.00 courses pipe of organ study.a dozen pianos separate

faring well as anybody but ART
were as SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts, models etc.
the price of yellow pine west of the Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and Instructors. They hold de-

Mississippi Is satisfactory while white grees .from Toronto.the University Wake Forest.of Chicago.Louisville Harvard Bowdoin.Yale Dartmouth Columbia Round Trip Rates To
piae Isadranclng. It Is only on this University of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities. There Bucknell are over

side of the Mississippi that the depression 1300,000.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar
exists. edowment; an endowed library of over 13,000 volumes;' a beautiful chapel
with costly furnishings including stained glass windows 1 oil paintings
Talks of Mwtlng.Mr. a 10000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an en JAMESTOWNVIA EXPOSITION
W. B. Stlllwell. rice presidentof closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts baseball diamond and
gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other
sports; separate build-
the Georgia and Florida Sawmill ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for
Association, in speaking of the meet- Bacteriology. Mineralogy and Biology; several large museums and shops;
lag'yesterday said: electric lights electric bells steam heat cement walks shell roads broad

"We had a well attended meeting and avenues other spacious students'-campus clubs shrubbery and trees; social literary musical R From LIVE OAK, Florida
; star lecture courses; Christian and not sec
at Fernandina and were royally en- tarian teaching. The location Is beautiful and healthful and the expenses
I tertained. The mill men were of th
i i general opinion without a dissenting LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.D.. Litt. D.. L.L.D. $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop

,1'OIce. that the only way to Bare DeLand Florida. overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
I ,themselves was to stop cutting. Such ;j
contracts as each one has on hand $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop _

rill be' finished but unless prices We Sell Merchants over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. ,

If adnnce very materially the ,mill Only $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop

win ao doubt close down. Present ..
J over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. 1
>prices are below the cost of production -
: the downward tendency baring Carry Stock of $14.00 Ten.day ticket. On sale Tuesdays only and

)epa eighteen months,ago. It seemsto only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.

the sawmill men that the limit has __I . . . . . .
Two daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning train
been reached and even exceeded. Ii i
Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal
!J, time to call a halt. If we can't do Grits, Corn, fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on 3

b Oats Lard D. S. Meat night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk $2.50. Consult PURPLE -
business at a profit we would be Hay, Canned Goods of all ,
foolish to do it at a loss.. FOLDER. For further information and Pullman write to or call ion
kinds. Potatoes Lemons Coffee
Sugar Rice
Immigration Indcfsed. I Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast

"among other things done at the Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, Line, Jacksonville, Fla. .
... --- .
MeSeg was the passage of a resolu- Lavadura, t Extracts W ritting I ablets, Lead Pencils -

, jW jfea-indorsing Association the and Georgia pledging Immigra-the Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. R.

Live Oak & Gulf R. Co.
salt cf the association in the work Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and Perry

vUea the former Is doing A resolu-

11&I :*.. was also passed favoring a de- Wrigleys Chewing Gums Schedule Effective May 19. 1907.

went of forestry with the head
IIIt Cigars Anita Fenandey Big Smokers .- --
tie department a member of the WIIST aouND EAST 80UJfD

ttWaet. EL Bogador, Uncle Bill. 1sT.CLASII 20. I laT. cLAss a.acLAS4
Mail .I Pas.enF4t.. and Mail .I r.-.r t. ,.adPas. '
resolution was passed urging .. ... Paa. f PaM. (r-1 cer I Faa.NQ .

"&. Florida Railroad Commission Jto"fcwe Visiting Merchants are Cordially in- ,1. Na A Na So I NQ Z. i N..0. r j :UDaiI7. -1:N.a1.- -
the order against the rall- Sandal Daily ex. Daily 'Su.d.y S.sday;Daily .;.
t ---fa the matter of a reduction of"teasoine vited to make our office their headquarters Only Saaday. .a.3 Only only Sa.day.A.5 .

(. P. I(. P.M. P. I(. P. I(. A. I(. i A. JiL
charges on lumber. The while in the city. Leave Leav. Lea.. Amv. Arrive Arrf..i .
4 aadlws took s 200 240 ...._.. 23v.Oak-............ 4&6 e W 10 Arw 25
lumber out of the comU 8 1 2 18 i ......... i 47 5 f 44 10 10
" lty A. C. L FREIGHT DEPOT .* ..-Mercer ...... ........... .43 t f 10MII
222 l07
t OLD .822
,., and placed it in class P. .J1. 2 3 1S _._... ...-....- ---Platt_.-....................... s m f 1000
( Florida Commission ordered 8 U 234 531 ...__...._ La.cast r.-.._. 3311 tm .65t
mss : 45'Ar : 40TAr 540 ..............-Do.rline Park................... S'' I
as the change named in- : L. 45 L. 4 ..... Dow Park Ly i % L. Lv 9 ZO,L. 0 25
wed height live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. 8 449 4' .-.._.....-......_..._Ch.Dcey q ....-..."..-...".--..'"...''. M .19 j 10'Ar'' HAr .14
from S to 40 per cent 4 57 4 1 .-.........._ Jnnctwn: _..._...._.... 3 I OIl iii'!' f 10M&7.
851 I 08 5 oa f f 08s
*o apparent reason. 9005 I 4 "'_ ..._._.-D.7_-........_.......-. 116. i 00 L. I 0G4 .00

"A FMOlotion was also adopted ap- 9 06 5 _._..._._.._.._SiJo...._.................._. s I 4 ul52$04! : : :
the proposition of the 9 I 5 1 4 40 __..._.__..TOWD8eDd._.._....... 2 06 .4 bOj s 4& i lei
f.I gov- 9- 5 2j 5 00;_..._. .._._m..s u a .........._............ 2 4 U a 1 68
I to- : test the distillation of 9' 3S 5 15'__.___Fe.h.uoway_..........._._. 2 U; 418 I 13i 4 61
'L 9' 55 5 3o4_____ .._Perry_..........._.._ 2lOf 4 06 8 .140ArlO
I turpentine for the purpose of AI' S Ar 6- --HamPtoD SDr a.P ........_..-_ Lv 2 00-L. 50 Lv 1 60 L. u

** terpeatine the product and offering with the to K.- P. 51. I A.M. P. 1L I A. I(. I A.][

;tart of the cost of the expense. )LYO AN D ALTOS BR XCH.
"*..pme men are of the opIn-
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wOO4' turpentine be
can sod
that the resultant will be.Ir1ta
Fri A Frt.A Paesua Pas.en Frt. A' Fri Pare.Pass. .
= to i turpentine for the Pala. set I set f Pasw Pa.a 'ra-I toNa

maiority of purposes to which 1 I T. NQ.9. I N.11.1 I No.13. NQ 8. I Na 10. NQ 14.I .
It now put. The'proposedfor ANALYZED DaiI Deily S..Dcla7 S"0da7l) D&l17 Dad? aadayl5asdsyeySnalezSua
Only t ex..Sv.a.ru.S 'Hl
a..U be the purpose. of deter-" I A. I(. P. K.. A.. K..I P. K. : A. 1P.. JlA.. I(. P. I(.
-' ere If the contenUie4 .. Leave ArriY./Arrive Arrive Arrive
u. andin foreign countries the remarkable Leave lAay. I i .._.. ... __
All over the M.yoJnnetio. 158 s eo 'Wi 233f
*** the yellow pine men popularity of Coca-Cola u. has drawn upon itself the attenP, 061 1 4 466.ao 540 953 1: i 530----43.-! ..........-......._...Clark----....-....-...-. T 243 I 842 222
f ._ Pure Food Sties. I 221' 5 31.-Pet--..._..._... 1 391 2 33 832 2 12S
5 aDd : 03
another source of income tics aDd .ome ta.e the eriticim Coca-CoIa of Health bee. cueful.y.very ." 9 Iii:,. 5:3.116.'. 10 10 15 I 06-;, ..................._liIa7o..._................... 1 15. 2 201" 8 zol 2 reAr10
A.a direct oo.seeeno has __ _. .. ............. ..
:.raster products, such assDf.wu.od a.coon by the most -me., chemiata. aDd JMmI' iD a .iDgIe -of 06'Ar' 5 toAdi, 2j 115. .......... _...AI_ .11.001 WILY 11e.Ly 151I
dSnditts" In tac. .
tree limbs.
> be hoped that the ANY KOBE HARMFUL i THAN 13 FOUND IN TEA OB COFFEEL" Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and i
intenwrnin For further information as to connections with other x
Jackloavlll.'FIa. from Live Oak and Perry. .
I ., men to suspend -JacksoIYIJI, Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. lines call on an" ticket asjent. rains makes connection at Lire Oak with all
**tH Line trains.J. '
'prices become re- Seaboard and Atlantic Coast .

_enpugh to show a profit LEE ENSIGN President. R. P. HOPKINS, Tram ManagerS. -

> Suwannee, Hamilton. GRIMSHAW. Superintendent.
abat..ome, Distributors
Improvement ]Live Oak Bottling Works, Taylor and LaFayette counties. I -1

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<- < f BE FAMILY SiOE siis >: :

: InBookk ing Business Practice .:f.P".itfng.: T8I .
COBdncte4 at t 1 .;
._ fn will be : ;
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e z_, That is what we are. Oar rea-
lylE a -t i [ is because m"Oar FanHy -
!tiDe of Star Braai" Shoes we oI

r .E i .-, I [ Ye a shoe for every member -
} .; every family.
a Think what it means to have "

..r ::: all your fymitj shod eeonoinicalfcrI
tti i I ;in wefl fitting and service giving
i ; [shoes.
0 Ul AiJ WO Oar FamHy" shoes or made -I

,h1hF3!am.>>{ :by experts in big specialty beI -
-. .I f If1m'HAvi:," itariesfroin the best box calf 1 ri
t''I ; Rp \11'" AI uu u IML..w ; ;leather"that can be bought for .- ,. -.. .
f 'MAX.'tLOtJlS' nL the money. .. -

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Practical and intensely: interesting courses study for y
: for Short, the ial class in Penmanship ylhe're-_

:: ** mer Scholarships works :.e$40.00.have $50.00. $75.00 and $90.00. ", TI

: : The men's and Boys are Goodyear Welts which

t. means that the soles are flexible and that there are BUSINESS GOLLEGICor.
, no tacks, nor threads inside to hurt burn and blister -

I the feet. Being reinforced under the Listep

with a brats clinch fastening they cannot rip. Ohio Ave and Conner. St.W

.* We sell the men's for$2.75 and $3.00 i iBoy's LIVE OAK : .

$2.25 Youth's $2.00 Little % G. s. SIt rm is
Gent's $1.75.On President and ProprietorGUX 1'rlncij

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account of the Women's Misses and Child-

ren's Shoes having a metal clinch sole retainer the IX BCGGY DLSCI ARGID. I. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WALL F

"Our Family* Shoes for
soles can't pull apart.
4 Co s.3towx. F.B.TIIoJU.lJOll! t When in need of BJCSI
Women are 1.75 Misses $1.50 Children Shot Struck Him In the Temple and & THOMASON.

81-2u1-2$1.355-8$1.1O. Caused a Fatal Wound. BROWN per call on H. H.I

The star on the heel and the name '-Our Family Pensacola. June 21,-A special received CLINTON & USaCS KASffiH

'ff on the sole of each shoe is a guarantee that they I It here the this accidental morning death from Quincy yesterday PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
tells of
constructed and full of satisfaction.
are honestly ,
afternoon of Lewis B. Gregory LITE OAK. ; : I FLORIDA
a prominent young business man of I H. J. MOfilE. !

i ikes is to like the. I that place. The deceased with a DR. J. W. WEST Contractor and

friend Sam Smith bad started on a Physician and Surgeon. Apply1 for planseand
I 'OOi liiiMteOO. i;fishing trip to a river some miles distant
Carroll Building. Ohio Aven. e. spedfieatioBS.
i and bad carried a shotgun alongin :
LUMBER & NAVAL v Residency at Ethel HoteL. -
dark Mr.
'Just before
the buggy.. Office on Ohio Ave..A.C.Lfc_*
Gregory saw ail owl near the road. fboM:--Office.Not 168. -
ResideNn.*.t3 or 168. I
'If_ I} IllilllllilU WLXXG PARK. FLA. 11111 | | 111111 and left the'buggy to shoot. Me failed Dna Stan,(Barclay A Groover)No.IL i
1 to get a'sh6t and returned to the
.. .. buggy., placing! the gun in such a M.E.. BROOME, ; ; DR. OtAS. E.TA 1X
position that it rested against hIa
illiiillllMMMIIilllllMlliMIMMMMIIMMIMtM* leg. Later the two lost the road* as i : VETERIN1K:

night had approached, and,Smith left ATTORNEY.COUNSELOR: AT LAW. '
NOTICE the buggy to pick out the road for UVE OAK. i 'FLORIDA.W01pnetieiBaltlMcaart > Solicits your Mtnoag'
; ; at residence-Pboee a n g
the team. In'this manner tfiey had -o f tM StaW. Spee-
i fo Contractors and Prospective Builders: .gone about one hundred yards when f i>f I EcBta.attaotio.Etc.an-AH tie Vnnnim Can.e7.c proeipUT, Coiiec attend-
the gun was discharged. When Smith eat tn.- -
: THE UVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. reached the baggy he found Gregory Nor AXT Pcauc STATB AX T tmnm T.J.LnEPractical

dying, with a large hole in his temple. M. DIXON,
The gun was found in the road with L.
will furnish Lime Cement Building-sand
you your the stock broken. The supposition WATCHMAKER AID

Plaster Laths and all kinds of j Bdck.i is that when he left the buggy to DENTIST. 35 year's operio**

k ; OUR SPECIALY: White Sand lime Brick. Ask for prices. '< shoot the owl previously he cocked ORTODONTIA, : CROWN- AND : BRTOGKWORK. Good stocklof Wauheuftpe J
the gun and placed it In the saggy
: SPEcuLTIgs.i .
In this condition when he returned.
_: The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. ; i----

l: iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii SCHMITZ WANTS RELEASE. UNION X WEEKS

Alleges That He Is Suffering From
Incurable Disease. Wholesale and RetailDealersinFlori-

t Live Oak Garage San Francisco, June21.-Mayor
Scbmitz attorney late yesterday applied -
I to the district court of appealsfor

;- Equipped for repairing and storing the! release of the mayor on bail da and WesternMEATS.

Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and by Sixteen writ of showings habeas corpus.are made in the [rr. caused by In. IF!''
Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. Cittlq too multi oral Jon se s.
petition. One of them declares that attacks of Iadigesttm,JOIIh&1I.h&
Also sell the well known Columbia bat. the mayor is suffering from an incurable sbortneuof b ;*I .

tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs disease, and that Imprisonment Phone heartburn Indigestion or causes ca the ofthl--$ '
will cause his death. It is understood 24.
kept in stock. Exclusive agent for expand-aweD. aM pit 1IP ...'
l that the disease referredto heart ?his crowds the b.sitseras
Savill Vulcanizing Works,Jacksonville. is an. affection of the kidneys. Prompt deliveriesanywhere :[ with its actica aDd PT ia till Jt r
r Sample of this work can be seen here. Th petition alleges that the section rims the heart becgmISKodol lEWi"1
FOR LIVERY! of the penal code under which
y the
: The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in the mayor was ordered into custody .in
is naeoastitvUonal that the <
; petitioner -
4 Livery seating for four. ,
f' capacity is derived of his liberty without City. '
Owe process of law. The petition For

t T., AL CHASTAIN further alleges that Imprisonment oftb. ,' wbatYIeat( tabs 01 if!
mayor is in furtherance of a conspiracy of the heart add
: Gas Engineer Proprietor by Rudolph Spreckles and DRINDLaxative ttrenYth sad be<h to tftf1

others, through a coercive power i body. For, Infa IadCSSon.Stomach. =: n la fl bsi J:
Phone orer *'** board of supervisors who t.be Strws -
109. !neD'Ibrane5 lizssnt
f. feav eoafs*. 4 their guilt of bribery ; TruL Nervous D7e.

\ ,,.,.::- ______. -- -...t to Burp tbe oOce of mayor and secure Fruit Syrup the Stomacle.AR.r.a .
-- State Epwirth League (bsteresee.Dr 'MontteIlo treasurer add Br F J control of tbe affairs of San ng.wrlouda weoldrc 8d mara
i. Francisco by removing all appointive ,heart v=Dirat add
;.j; Pasco returned from Tallahassee -f Patter.onof Jasper, editor of tbj < Pleasant to take alj I.sat a bollia cC r-r
efikrs The petitioner urges that ttw J.
j Epworth League De&artnbt of tfe- XRS.tpta
see this morning, where he hu been the allegations constitute such extraordinary The new laxative. Does ,
Florida Christian Advocate, _rsad '
E. in ,attendance on the State Conference circumstances as will justify I had dos.rs a 1- .
The next meeting will M hId a't not gripe or nauseate. be&1t troais wL5i< "d s
the court as a matter of discretion was tor.a.at stele sroatbn+ Ir'
of Epworth Leaguers. This body Live Oak. I
la admitting the petitioner to Cures stomach and liver
iadjourned last night after being In YO
f session since Tuesday night. Veterm HedJJag. balL troubles and chronic constipation Digests What
i' There was a fine attendance of
Colic mod. Diarrhoea \zSfagr.nrt.'H
There will be a meeting of Cam by restoring the
ministers and delegates Tallahassee ];> r : U&*
f Pales la the stomach. colic anel.41arrJK.ea
hospitality Is proverbial so all were Jos. E. Flnegan. U. C. V.. In th e natural action of the stomrach
are quickly by the
f' delightfully entertained -. courthouse at Live pak, FbJut;; t ... ef Chamberlain's Colic Cholera liver al'1tl. The City Pjl
i Dr. Pasco was re-elected president o'clock falltal bowels\
1st. at 11 a. rb. J : Diarrhoea Remedy. Foe sale:by.
.1. with Rev.. L. D. Lowe of \1famI. ten ance is urgently reque ted. 'f.[ te Groover, aad.n. : |drag- R.4.. aubatitutoa Price 500.

t secretary; Miss Bessie Turnbnll. of ,'. W. A... TI9ON.: Commander.--- I gists. City Pharmacy f.VLii 1U.fesi i V .

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