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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: July 2, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Bake Idaho. July 3.--=Max Malich. New-York. July*>.-While Marshal

)helch. and Billy Alkman A Henkel and his deputies are seeking

}ree of the men variously implicated |everywhere for :John D. Rockefeller \)

'alleged misconduct at Globevllle, l today they were equally zealous la:

veT' and Cripple Creek on the V their efforts to serve William Rockefeller

1 of Harry Orchard went on the d. a brother of J. D. Rockefeller

.j yesterday as witnesses for Wil- V with a subpoena. requiring, his presence

Haywoodand denied Orchard's V before Judge Landla in Chicago

pay. MaUch swore that ,Or- e July Marshal]Henkel declares

f and not he. suggested the In- l that William Rockefeller Is as difficult

i plot of dynamiting a boarding i to serve as Is his brother. A

i full of non-union smelter men report today has it that William

GJobefllle. and that Orchard ..'. Rockefeller is in Rome; and another

report has him sojourning in the
Wild
south of France, while still another
N McDonald one
states he is, in the Adirondack
...ssi dais He said that he had
acid Marshal Henkel says he Is convincedthat
IB turned by some mysterious
but denied J. D. Rockefeller la not in the
doss late his house
d "Pettlbonei Jurisdiction of the district but he ia
pt lals add was really rt
not certain about
Rock
so
*tfeat, had been left in his room William
feller.It .
Mm aad Annie Adams. He alsoMtftftt
A has been that
dat "Pettlbone" had been reported Mr. t
a Rockefeller is at the home of his son-
I te burning his store and testi-
4Liss -W s .ter in Chicago Inter Oc aru in-law E. Parmalee Prentice near
tkat be was at his ranch when -
I Pittsfield that he has bees staying
rred. He also swore that
i at his own home in Tarrytown. N.
tll bad told him than but for TELEGILPHERs'STRIKE.. tonight, are almost unbearable. Th B.WRE<>:!t AT ) LLIGA. .
Y., and that he was on his way to
>ttat fciintnbarg he would be riche return of hot weather has added to
his Cleveland home but neither the
\ intended to kill,Steunen- First Installment of Strike Breaker the seriousness of the situation. In But Nobody Much Hurt-Car of
marshal of his deputies have
any :
Reach San Francisco. places heaps of garbage practical!; Watermelons Destroyed
anew been able to determine jcrhexe' 11{ ,"""- -'
:g. i aad Alkman also made Saii, Francisco. Cal... July 1,-Tb fill the streets and traffic is Inter -
(Pensacola Journal., 2nd.) Rockefeller Is to be found. !)
uteri 14 tdrcunutantlal denials of first installment of strike breakers ferred with. Attempts to dispose of
1 Inquiries at Mr Rockefeller'shome ::i
* <* swore that to take the places of telepraphernow the accumulation by burning have A bad wreck occurred on the P. &;
la Mtt14i toga Orchard at Tarrytown have elicited only = {
a oI.ldtk htm. The cross-ex- on strike in this city were put been largely unsuccessful. A. division of the Louisville & Nashville 1.
; the that the whereabouts of
o(' al| three witnesses to work in the main office of the Postal yesterday morning when the response >#:!
Mr. Rockefeller are unknown.
laa4str tlsase on the part of the and Western Union today. Th RHADY FOR THE JTRY second section of a freight train .

>fel further with their testi- operators have been drawn from the from. Florida ran into the rear of I .1

!1n.acbt Mao the, case In rebuttal la offices In eastern cities to fill tile vacancies Is the Cotton Leak Case Again the first section which was from : CRUSHED BEWEEX CABS.

When Orchard is recalled. here until the companies can Statistician Holmes. River Junction. The collision occurred .

b asked to give his version engage new: men. More are expectei at Milligan, and while no one waS I Fearful Accident to Greek; Laborer _

tlist{ t use of "Pettbone dope" I to arrive within two or three days Washington July: 1.-In refusing seriously injured the.-caboose and a at Tyler.

t&stItt Hallch's store at Globe- The men stated that they had been some of the prayers in behalf of for car of watermelons of ,the first sec (Gainesville Sun. 2nd.)

eedlparttak sent for temporary work and would mer Associate Statistician Holmes tion were demolished while the
As the result of falling between
, of the department of agriculture for engine of the second section Jumpedthe
their as
llsetlsee return to regular positions
of .
Detective railroad cars at Tyler where be was
auimUuy
could be engaged certain instructions tp the Jury in h1a track while on the trestle and .
1 soon as operators
s&asnal feature was con- employed by the Tyler Lumber Company -
A for local offices. The non-union op, trial on the charge o( betraying the< landed about U'r 15 feet below in
Ibis unusual crime with Castindernos Ralyn a Greek
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earns aaehstl secrets of the department Judg the sand. It overtgrned in the fall '
erators being paid large bonuses
are
d of plota and counter, forty years of age was horribly
19'UteUl Stanford today took occasion to sa;1' and the big driving wheels are in
for their work. The newcomers displayed -
1, industrial and pollU- rushed and now lies at the National
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that he would Instruct the jury tithe the air, while the smoke stack and
their anxiety to avoid meeting
i fcfaearance as a witness Odd Fellows Sanitarium in this city .
an& 'r unioi effect that Holmes should haTe boiler are buried in the sand. Engineer )
the officers of the telegraphers' injuries
i of E. L. McPartland.Betoetire with both painful and serious -
the produced Frederick A. Peckham and McCaskill and his fireman
declaring that they did not wish to
Q '1 sit James Mc- having sustained injuries
I4ts. + Moses Hass. to testify in his behalf. when they saw a wreck could not be
--6 worked up m a csae be recognized. which may cause death without the 1
D ... He said the fact that the two men; averted leaped from the engine and
Moyer and PetUtlrchad'a Trouble in Reno. most persistent professional watchIng
are themselves under indictmen while receiving some bruises from
resul
confess Reno. Nev., July 1.-As the ,
would not preclude the. poss.1bllltyof ;; the from the engine and
jump
of the action of the superintendent This man with about forty others,
their They were the. not seriously injured.
a shoe maker A. H. May. in dismissing two operators appearance. trestle were ill employes of the Tyler Lumber
two in all the world wh
'7lititled;, that while in the Reno Western Union office persons Stopped for Water. Company were riding on flat cars
the
could testify whether or not
I his peaceful craft last Friday four other operators charge of conspiracy was true. The first section of the extra which when he lost his balance and"t ilJ.J between -

the strike he have quit work, and Manager Browi ; two cars, being terribly crush-.
was If the charge was not true and was, from Floala and contained wa-
ct taken from his last states he will not be surprised If i a stopped at ;d before the train could be stopped.The .
Holmes statement was true tha termelons and lumber
walkout results from the dissatisfaction unfortunate man was broughty
tfcrtst general
into the
-bull would not imperil their owl l Milligan for water. It was in chargeof
they
I k felt among the employe I comrades to this city when Dr.
deported. Eugene Conductor Nobles and Engineer;

______VV attorney general of in regard to the strike in San Francisco freedom in appearing Holmes' in testimony.court and Ion Bond and was nearly ready to leave Hodges "as summoned. The physi-
corroborating ian that his left leg was
that and the trouble in Reno. discovered
Orchard told the watering station when the second
the other hand the charge.tagainst broken Irk three places,. his.left arm '
I* I rich share in the could section In. charge of Conductor Hahn
they
Off. him true
Strike Called were in two places, besides sustaining
\ of ifs intention EnjKieer McCaskill came in
to and
New York, July 1-The strike ot, protect themselves by refusing test severe bruises about the body with

the city garbage collectors is over rinony on the general ground of ae.1f. sight. It came down the long Milli- the result that he may be Injured internally

'MURDER. and the fears of a serious epidemic incrimination. He concluded that 1J gan hill with a heavy string of cars .
and although McCaskill
;ii; as the result of the conditions whicl Rotates had desired the'testlmon;)r attached The unfortunate man was taken to
era Women, {sighted the freight train taking wa-
have existed the past week are a1 of Peckham and Hass he could bar,I the Sanitarium where he is now under -
ter and applied ,the brakes he could
compelled them to take the and.He the treatment of Dr. Hodges. He
Jill 1.-Nine Ital- rest.A not Btpp. .his train and it went into
committee representing the also said that it would hay annot speak or understand a word ,
woaeu, were in- caboose'of the first section witha
the
striking drivers, conferred with Mayor been perfectly competent for the de of English but interpreters are con-
to4ay ln the Laby '' crash. The caboose was literally
V M McClelland today. He promised fense to call Theodore- H.: Price thE' stantly bout him to make hia wants
demolished and the engine then'I ,
that if they would return to work hi t New York cotton broker whOSE I known. ,
1 the prosesot plowed its way into a car of water ,.
is would take up their grievances name has been so frequently men Dr. Hodges states that _t"irl ,as u
bore than melons demolishing that car. Tbp dkbe or aayuxu 6' '., E
that in the testimony. The argument e.
Later the committee announced tloned 'I fir X3.00. Send '
had anything b engine of the second section Ubi! po4toSc ordex B
the Jury was begun :; '
they had decided to send all the mei I before Express
i Strangling to .Jumped the track and overtnrniije; f Soutbcrm MRE rt'
back to work trusting to the mayor').I trist Attorney Baker for the government t ES 25e SOc AND $1.00
11 who 1 Usuaa boY the Attorney ..[ fell a distance of about twelve fel : 1R
to. have promise. It was also announced thai who was followed by a yOU GET THE GENUINE

In[ StYi >ang: to known have the men would work overtime unti] Lester for Holmes. Attor th WrecbgeClrared., 4 Snow Liniment Cou Cdrr.loVISusa |
continue
rand fI1eII the accumulation of garbage In the, ney Worthington will As soon as a report was .receivein -"*

streets had been removed. It Is expected presentation of the case for Holme Pensacola a wrecker was sent o* to8t
,
I031pf8ONY kless of last Frlr that most of the strikers wil' tomorrow and special District attor and the wreckage cleared front i V

< had beenfeaday return to work tomorrow morning. ney Beach will close for the prosecu tracks, so that no delay W' ...-- ' n _
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before. Police Sergeant. William Duggan,, ienced by other train! 8d0A

shark was seriously Injured by the explosion lion.The case will go to the July to. the two \ tf
wrecked %ito \ .
W** "Tabbed Cap- of what the police believe was i morrow afternoon. the city ,abe f l UOatm. .1 -
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held on tillsbaken l bomb, while escorting two carts ii made Mplacet. ti t\\ .. .

**4 One Hundred and Sixteenth street Rev. Howard Dutill will preach i I .

;Yas the lac- late today. special sermon to the Woodmen o:r' win Building, Re]() ;3. OJlL' -., ,.
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Ii faeheatidtk beaten by strike sympathizers beforE t Woodmen are requested to mew I- .
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( On, the.east side street condition I.53: in a bodr t -the Mcib' .. .

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,who finally recognizes that he has "Then you won't let me kiss you?** "I've found out in my historical researches men that a thing U good is to charge CRt

been'acting the fool. "Certainly' not! You mustn't Desire that Adam was the original them double what it is worth. i

a such things. Besides if you did, you trouble maker ii i I

The..Smile j wouldn't want to half so much- "You mean In that apple busi DeWitt's Little Early'Risers, Small

5{; ;,,{Jf that; won't come oft, appears on ba- St. Louis Republic ness?" l sure safe pills. Sold by City Pharmacy LaxativeFnli
3 "No; it has been established past d-w-*
br'a face after one bottle of White's
< ",-;. Kodol will nourish and strengthen dispute that he was the first man to :
Cream Vermifuge the great worm
_? 4' : your digestive organs and furnishthe raise CaIn.Baltimore American. "The evil that men do lives after
medicine._ Why not keep that smile natural digestive Juices for "
your them the good is engraved on their The new 1zzaK
on baby's, face. If you keep this stomach. It will make you well The Charming Womanis tombstones and then forgotten.A .

medicine on hand, you will never see Kodol digests what you eat. Sold by not necessarily one of perfect form not gripe or 2 s

>,any'thing else but smiles on his face City Pharmacy. d-w and features. Many a plain woman cleansing clean, cooling, soothing Cures stooatroubles

who cOuld never serve as an artist's healing household remedy U
Mrs. 8--. Black well. Okla.. writes sad
Dlisslullgnonmce. model possesses those rare qualities DeWitt'g Carbollzed
Witch Hazel
'My baby was peevish and fretful.
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"The McDongalls are -deficient that all the world admires Salve.
,,Would not eat and I feared he would : neatness Sold by City Pharmacy. stipationbyi
In
geography. clear eyes, clean smooth skin
and
die, 1 used a bottle of White's d-w
so" "
"How Henry! the sprightliness of step and action natural actkas
: 'c.Vermifuge and he has not
"Why. they said they were goingto that
accompany good health.
t- had a sick day since. Suwannee A physically Resignation is nothing but sense ach liver i
take their automobile to James- ,
_- ',Drug{Co. dwReturns. weak woman is never attractive enough to realize that there is no use
town. not even to herself. Electric in Refuse suadtit'
growling about a loss.
""Indeed! What for?" Bitters restore weak women give

_; -'Are you sure you railway people "To."go scorching on HamptouRoads. strong nerves bright eyes. smooth A Memorable Day A. LIQUIDLAXATIVE
-Chicago News.
t s,!:_area giving the public return\ for velvety skin beautiful complexion. One of the days we remember with _All

L ? heir.,.mone1*" Guaranteed at Barclay & GrooveDruggists. r pleasure as well as with profit to
> When there Is the slightest indication .
v 50
cents
._ !1"c rtaInI1." answered Mr. Dustin d-w our health la the one on which we !
of indigestion, heart burn 1
Star merrily. "We alway sell a' I became acquainted with Dr. King's
flatulence or any form of stomach\ Gentleman from
5 : V round-trip ticket to anybody that 'I I Kentucky New Life Pills. the painless purifiers
trouble take a Uttle Kodol occasion The gentleman from j
Stir. I Kentucky fell that
wants It. -Washington i cure headache and biliousness
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ally and you will get prompt relief. fainting to the floor
and keep the bowels right. 25c at
L Sold by City Pharmacy. d-w "Whisky!" exclaimed THE
Use Kennedy's Laxative Coughsyrup. I the doctor Barclay & Groover's Drug Store. |
111 bring him to."
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:; Contains no c lates. It d-w NEW
: To Stop Buzzing. "Better make it "
drives the cold out of th /system b) three feebly remarked I -
"My husband is troubled with'a the "
gentleman IDEAr
gently moving the bo] ela. Co n- from Ken The most valuable experience in
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: buzzing noise in his ears; what would tucky.-Philadelphia a
," tains Honey and Tar and] tes nea r yo nadvlse?" Record. the world is the kind that can sur-

,: ly as'good as maple syru] Children vive even a bad memory.
"I
would advise him
to go to the A Wonderful a
like It. Sold by City Ph mae:1.: Happening.Port !f. it+d Csr :
> d-w. seashore for a month or two. Byron.: .''N. Y. has witnessedone
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"But he can't .' All The World CCUeonsDs
get away of the moat ,remarkable cases of knows that 'A Cold w s
f "Then you go.-Houston Post. healing ever Ballard's Snow Liniment duos.ayes..
recorded.
Amos ,
Probably So. P has n> superior for Rheumatism .Ms sad .
King\of that I s ;
place
BokerWhat do you thin the nex1 says "Bucklen's Stiff .t hs+ ho
Joints. Cuts, Sprains yI
No is Lumbago
grief as great as the one yon Arnica Salve cured I
,exposition will be about! W. a sore on my and all pains. Buy It dry ,.
cannot take friend for sympathy leg withWhlch I had try it and your
poker-Roosevelt's oj ... suffered
discovery ....-..:> "" \ wiH always use It. Any body who Sr.conszlpsdKZ
the Ten Commandments. Kew York T.......:. 'U.__, 80,4 -,. am now eighty-five." has used al1ard'. Snow Liniment Is I $ > ,
G..Mee4 tha ?
lIL -to cure all sores by moiII
Sun.
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rcManning. rath r- 4;;' ojThos S the eh: n cons America, :'Jif'.p-- _>>r-;1>" _& 25c. we ask of you is to get a trial bottle.
y d-w !
.. Delegal died at the latter' he cry ; l-c- Price 25c. SOc and $1.00. Suwan i

1 home yesterday and will be buried ve Dr a'a [has something to sell nee Drug Co. d-w ',
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at Houston today. Dr. McMannlng Head -. toIl- h.""".**7Si out as many good Hope is what a man falls back on tL1ij

was one of the oldest citizens and -,_ oink| ,_isit }e-lhought there were when he does not like the conclusion.
physicians in the county and at one 1Ht bsa itti .: reached by
do thitPoley E., reason.
time 3' '"
had large .j Cdd
S t a practice with those ."
'_ who ,llred here in the early days. '' Y = : "," '' or backache Abraham Lincoln II1th. end't::

,- Undertaker Potsdamer sent a fine kidney andstrengthen 5. "',=', '" > ". ... MSraUOn of the was a man who. against all odds, .boeh' ,-"
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remains. < Pharmacy. V '_ prompt could get in the United States. Bal

lard's Horehound Syrup has attained -
1IIMment_ fordW
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like remedy. It b a sure cure cold., bsa 0
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Bronchitis, Influenza
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: the discovery of the illicit sale of Live Oak MTg. Co. There wm tw a picnic at Pine Mrs. WJckwtre. If jet': *'-.r.
liquors within the cor- '
a- intoxicating limits of the, City of Live : Grove camp ground on July the 12th. yon will wait for me at: is. ......

porate Siren by the Sea Island Cotton As- shore won't, you- d jrf
':, Oak. Florida to punish false, .
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sociation. Everybody Is Invited to Mr. Wtekwlre- I aoppo9 .... .1
and to arrest the
f'.r swearing therein '- Maisfactarers ef
come and bring a well-Ailed basket. never went aJlJ'Whereet wl4ilu t
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making such illicit sale.
Tender Air F. G. Shell and others will be rfcsetnrtea
having to wait for you.- _
ordained by the Mayor and
( Be it Lumber there to make an address. Program Bits. _
$ City Council of the City of Live Oak. Shingles Ice Electric Lights
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i;' 'Florida. H. JOHNS Auto -
,5 r: Section 1. Whoever within the Power and Turrpentine.
A. c. JOHNSON.CALVIN Mrs. Sparks-Stop! t ad& -
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{ corporate limits of the City of Live
: SISTRUNK. if you do not stop he wm Toat
shall be found in
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_.- Oak Florida any
public place in a state of intoxication Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Committee.No Sparks-Nope! Hell ua it e ;

In Use For we do stop!-Toungstown e8 .
'f. or boisterous or any way Residence It.
under ,the influence of intoxicating : Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. "My dear, I wish yon wouldn't 0'I rP1II'" "3,
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liquor, so that he or she does not Electric power Day and wear that peek-a-boo waist today.**
night current-for manufacturing
After The Proposal.
"
I" ".behave in a natural manner, shall be "Why. mother
taken in charge by the Marshal or purposes. "Well I expect Mrs. Gotrox to She-Can you get along oa tea dollars -

any policeman of the City of Live I call and I need it for a lace panel on a week? :;

:::t i. Oak. Florida, and detained in custody Wholesale,ond retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- I the front door.-Detroit Free Press. I New He York-Er,MalL is that all you maker -

; until sober, and shall then be taken ;
t cial
) before the Mayor in order that he ort attention, and all orders aromptly fiffled. .
ii- required to disclose from 1.1. I. . . . . . . . . . .
,: be
she may We will 2
he or she purchased such intoxicating give you good prices on low grade ceiling and
rwbom
I OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis
): Iignor.l flooring. Come and get our prices.BDCKEEBBKHY.
, 2. When such person is
", Section not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is i
before the Mayor the said
f brought i it.
broad accommodate
enough to all and
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;t. Mayor shall require him or her to '

testify under oath as to where when HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:

;': and from whom he or she purchased
i-r such intoxicating liquor and upon his LThe young folks with their small savings. ',

t, or her refusing to testify at all, or 2.-The breads inner, striving to accumulate a fund

upon his or her testifying in, such a p to procure a home or a competency for old age.

manner as to lead the Mayor to believe 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and

r- that his or her testimony is the income provided. I

{, evasive or false, the Mayor after 5c I 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. .

t' without effect shall adjudge -
i ,warning him or her to be in contemptof THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak, i im ;

court, and shall punish such contempt :. .Floridas
by Imprisonment in the city -

i Jail not exceeding twenty days or by '.t
The greatest care is'used in the IIMII in n i Minimum i IMHI HIM
fine not exceeding fifty dollars ($50).

;: 'or by both such fine and imprisonment. manufacture of theHuckleberry : '

:, SEABOARD'Airline
Section 3. If upon the examination

mentioned in Section 2, the person CigarEach 1

brought before the Mayor shall disclose -

ti the name of the person from Railway. s i

whom be or she purchased such intoxicating one is perfectly made, and con
liquor, and the place and
:
date of such purchase and testify in tains only the ,best tobaccos, skillfully Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, ,

inch a manner as to lead the Mayorto blended. It is a cigar that pleases. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, ';

believe that the testimony is pro- Philadelphia and New York., :
bably true, the Mayor'shall then and ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN "

there reduce or cause to be reduced .

the said testimony to writing and Lee Roy Myers Company TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY ..-

bare said person sign it, and verify ,
,
.
it by.affidavit taken and certified by .

the said.Mayor. If. such person shall Makers Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail ; ,

,refuse.to sign and swear to the saidtestimony iQ.

when reduced to writing, T4FLORIDA "
"
tfee said Mayor shall attach his certificate -
Modern : Pullman : Equipment.: 1
that the said testimony was -
-
l It: taken before him under oath on the RAILWAYs J

< date' thereof. i The Jamestown Exposition Line 1
Section 4. If the said testimony f ;

.reduced to writing shall show that NORFOLK, VA. 1
,any person has illegally sold intoxicating CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. BY. ANB A. C. L. BY. AT LIVE OAK.UAD .

liquors in the City of Live Oak ; Excursion Tickets on-Sale Daily
CXMTBAI.TOO.
DO'" a&4.D VP. .
f Florida, the said Mayor shall Is- -. -- j
I: M4 his warrant for the arrest of such
Miz.dFgt.NW7. N11+t1 No.Fnsily For full information! and Sleeper reservations call (n ;agentof i
person or persons on a charge of sod "'1'Ano1ExCQ \.& < Seaboard, at write, ::
.' ttlTlar intralcatlj liquor, to be zp..L t '. =+ti t
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Snndyyj) i1y. '.. D'' i17. SnndeVZm ; S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass Jacksonville, Fla. :
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oSSL,.M L'YO ,him for proceedings !

t, M I>1 other Wear MiiiMiiMiiniiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiimiMiiiiMKSNOW

I, r Section 5. The person disclosing a. $30pmLv U-I o.k.-.."...... 505 aapmw

the name of the vendor shall be a ID ss pmL. f". lOa Impm ojJ
sOtt
teevght before the Mayor to testify 3540v. _S .:...--1.: .. T..055
a m 5 00 p m
: at the trial of the party arrested and .. 'j'A
18 .a ID s"pm L Y---- is.4 IJ' s0 m a 445 p m
|.H Ws or her testimony does not agree .' f..
Lv. 3010 a m
< 0 It a III 4 08 pm KirL 440p15
is"sal:material matter with his or
Ar. ... ...... -- .Wilmartht_.'.."' L.1000a m .
--- 'lOp.
_S6T- previous written testimony he 6 40 a m 415p m LY WiJmart .- .,.---u. _
she shall be turned over to the 8 50 a ID U ,
...
... -Larari11e-.- -
.
>authorities for trial for per- 10 a ID t- _LllraYiJ&flOam --_-:--

.;" Ar.._ -....-Wima U th.-- ,
$letlon I. 60 a -Wilmarila- ... .11 .
Any testimony given 10 00 a ID 4O pm L. 0.1 a. 4 15 P"
L. =
412 m
10 18 a n t It,p ID -- -- p
fa charge as provided in See- V L._ _----.Noooa...: ."....-'_"_ f..,. a 45 a I 51 a
1020 a m .10 m --- -- p a
11 shall not be used against himirr .Mayo.-I.a ...... L.. 9 si a s. i5
Are------ a
on.a,charge: of drunkenness. 10 39 s m i 40 pm ._.._. ...Mayo err pm

7. All Ordinances in conhrewith 1040am 1'. for Rheumatism.. Cuts,

are hereby repealed. 10 o 51 50 a a ID m I Ly, -- -Altoa.-lwa.2.6II .. ...;_ 5 ure Cure Sores.Spranu.Coma.Wounds Bunions, 0V,

.."- 'ht1, a 8. This Ordinance shall 06 .............. .......--K ".... L.... Can Bruises Contracted Muscles Lame Back Stiff Joists
s m
*Sect __ ..::. .swam .
ip immediately upon its pass- 442pmLv.. 240pmss Fronted Feet. Barns Scalds etc.
\t the;Council and approval by 10 a ID :.: !':.ow P .r roam smpm AN ANTISEPTIC that stop Irritation. subdues Inflammation -
U am 440pm Mid drrres out Pam.
Iia7s r!. Y--....SaJt1 a.d.........., f... .IS I 15 p mIi PENETRATES the Pone, loosens the F5brous Tlasaea,
CHAS. H. BROWN aID' 53 plD .... 1d Z.1065.. promote a free circulation of the Blood, gmog toe Musclm
L._....,,. 2 4S p mu46am
President of City CounciL clop. I.i ...L.. natural elaaticity.
Chu f 00 s m 115 p D UNIMKNY ON EARTH
Lv aItaa.- BEST
t 8-P, MAYS City Clerk. a m 511'm .
I. USED
.1 <\,t_.P. Mays City Clerk of the OS am 5ZTpID L 1["eeue.-5.01M a.. 110 p m ONCE TUSO ALWAYS

;,dg [*Uv. O&k. Florida, do hereby L.--F __...L.. 8&5 _. 110pID CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM 1
a ID 115 P 1.1
.. _..... ..L..
tat the foregoing Ordinance L.__ ___----ne &' ,- .38. 115 P mu

!Fns regularly passed by the s ID I 43 pm .... ._,__Per17: -- _..-1... 110 amI 28 P m Sir*. E.A. Sinpeoa, 500 Craig St.,Kaoxvde, I
U ID 5 so P Tenn., writes: "X have been trying the b&th.of 1
t I on the 10th day of June. mt'
"
Hot Springs. Aik., for sdatie thennntiim, bat I i
,114 t ;And the same is hereto set mote relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment !

_. ..the Mayor of his ap- than -7 medJdae or anything I ban ever tried. !
:i1 Statio. (flru.sut.on.AxemeySUtka ) RePtua) tendelt (a Indexed Sad postoffice order fir fUOO. Scad me t
Telephone
) TeJepa&Ja es ?
(d "
c Sa
P. ALftOJI. Urge bottle by Southern Bzpresa. -1::!
ny hand and the seal of 50c AND $1.00BE
W.S.Sansw General ftutaigtt Avenb THREE SIZES: 25c
' this 10th day of June, A. SURE YOU GET THE OENWie


;:g 8. P. MAYS, City Clerk. DOWLING PARK for the. Fourth Farmers' Union Delegates. Ballard Snow Liniment\,*. *- ?z

-v and approved by me this will be-speech makDe I ega tea to the next session of the ST. LOV$. U S. A.,
of July! There
...5tune, A. D.1907. tournaments horse County Union at Clayland will please AV .
s lug old fashion days session. The 1
for two
J. B. JOHNSON, foot sack races and go prepared -a.- J;
far of Live Oak Florida. races races meeting will be 11th of July. ,
Don't miss
every kind of amusement. E. B. WISE. President. '

t kiss totMust them. Most people would always, be hap- iRHU f i UlW COY"a:7 "

be you. He's other people would only keepOlmiiOl1

' >!O! know!-Ycnkers ? AIrAT7their off. d"
hands .
."z.e.tt1..V oV'-"i.h..c. t..!ail.. .a. ivin Building, Room 3. /,
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F 4" LIVE OAK DAILY D *9CRAI, !It-$4JAT; jvig i: _

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Issue < : 'THE-PlsJ1lt I'ttAt..J" "AU PLEASURE -
HO. PAPER TOMORROW.The what is now the.barning:State -.1 .

fi LIVE,OAK.DAILY DEMOCRAT of prohibition for...U Georgia "41
fatal
anniversary of the Day whichhe.
In
quote from him as follows bjVLJNUwar ; PA j
Published Afternoon
every
Except Sunday.JJ rolls round' again tomorrow, and although has something to say of Live Oak;
don't think much of=jthe -
-1 we series of
1" l "I have just come from a

F.SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'e'r. modern brand' of Fourth of July evangelistic meetings In the city of sawS: Suro* .rut suwAJuct tnrat- f
; patriotism from which the flavor of finest .
f of the
Spartanburg, S. c.. one '
entered at the Postofflce. Lire Oak the true article has very nearly de- cities with :
small southern
of our Hotel
Florida., as Second Class :Mail Mat- parted we Join with the rest in twenty-five or thirty thousand people.I Mineral Springs. and CofHOT

t t a ter November 7. 1905.TIE celebrating the day shutUn the shop never been
zr am sure that I have
and going afishing Our merchants with the moral atmosphere AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. SOOO TABLE. qo
more impressed WATERN, EVERY ROOM. BtLUARO TABLES. n
will close their stores tomorrow,
LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPASY.i of any community. WELLEOJIPPEDSTABLEs. -
SHADY
CONNECTIONS- PAV
many people will leave town to en- of PHONE
i "While there I stayed at one 17 MILES FROM LIVE C KCIN
joy an outing at the various springs the leading hotels. I moved consider- RATES REASONABLE &CUU". CO"fCTIOII A',UfiGE<<

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be and parks in easy reach the Fourthis of all classeS. .
' the people
mailed fo any part of the tJnited a national and legal holiday ands ably among FLORIDfiJ
the LING
DOW PflRK.
drunk man ft0'TEli
States postage prepay for $5.00 > there will be no Daily Democrat and I never saw a smell ADDRESS PflRK j jEdward's
per year; $2.50 for six months; whole two weeks. nor did I
The American people
tomorrow.
{ $1.25 for three months or 50 cents liquor but once. They have a pro-

for fire weeks In advance. De- don't celebrate the great anniversary hibition city. 'Oh,but you say 'They
livered to the in the same spirit as formerly, for Electric
: any part of city by have blind tigers, too/ Tee now and Sh6

! 4 carrier, for '10 .cents per week. we are no longer provincial in the then they have a blind tiger to set up
old and the desire'to blow and _
sense,
1 for business, but I want to tell you
1i brag and hear the eagle scream and:
i If the boys who suck cigarettes something else they have. They havea TO NIGHT
r twist the tail of the British lion, -
i t ever read the newspapers, the 201lowing -I mayor who is on the lookout for '

! center shot at a ruinous vice which tickled us so immensely in the blind tigers all the time, and when in Picv
childhood of our national life, has de- Will Show Moving
! might be helpful to them If they saw I one starts business it is only to get.
parted with our provincialism. Largely -
t ,it, before their will power had been I Ij In a short while, the fullest possible

j 'destroyed by their dope: President i if shorn of Its historic and patriotic limit of the law. ,"- .- Vesuvius In
of Eruption.J
associations by the intervention ,
Jordan, of Stanford University, says: i "Any cIty town. community or *
I new issues in nowise related to the
"Boys who smoke cigarettes are state can enforce prohibition Just as
old. we all enjoy the day simply be- The Cat with nine Lives. ;
law.All .
,like wormy apples. They drop long easy as it can enforce any other
cause it gives us a "layoff" and a
before harvest time. They rarely that Is needed is men in office At Auditorium. "
brief respite from toil, and that is .--
failures after life because ;
make in Give us Spartanburg's mayor duplicated w" ,_
reason enough to welcome It, even If
they do not,have any after life. The and we will enforce prohibition .
we had never ,heard of Thomas Jef- COME COME
all
boy :who begins smoking before his in Atlanta and all Over Georgia."I one
ferson and the Declaration of Inde-
.fifteenth year never enters the life ofthe have also recently held meet-
pendence. But it's a great day, all
World. When the other boys are ings in Live Oak. Fla., one of the Open at 7:30 Admission 25 <3
the same, and it would be a sure .
taking hold of the world's work he is finest little cities in our coast country ,
.
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if failed -- --- -,
sign of national degeneracy we -
concerned with the sexton and under And having a population of between SALVATION ARMY HOME. ed. A careful
I in its general observance. I i
s taker six and ten thousand and more ::
that will never be as long as the I will be made cu-.J:
in it than place I I
wealthy men any
supply of kids and cannon crackers Capt. W. J. Hillman of Live Oak. fessional men, <
The ,Live Oak Democrat is inclinedto know for Its size. They have had 1 "
hold out. Increases His Donation to Totalof to give whatever they
accept the Times-Union's statement prohibition for a number of years.I i
4,100. or even less :
up tq;
that much of the popular discontent -
A large part of the moral effectof stayed there two weeks and never. (Jacksonville Times-Union 2d) amounts for this ea '
from
with the courts comes -
k the failure of/lawyers to put a duty justice administered throughthe smelt a drop of whiskey. and yet Ii Through the generosity of Capt. When this canvass

,. to the public, and the profession courts is necessarily lost It it Is saw more than a thousand negroes I W: J. Hillman. of Live Oak, the Salvation pleted. the balance w

divided along lines of race or casteor Army has been enabled to a very small
sum eta
higher than a duty to a client The on town on Saturday afternoon; i

profession needs to accept the view color. It is just as important to moreover they were as ,orderly and 1 i purchase the lot on Adams street between I necessary, through JII

that a full duty Is discharged when punish guilty white men as it is to Main and Laura on which the lot located as It is ta.IJ

'the accused!: has received a fair trial, punish guilty negroes, and a very quiet as could be desired. permanent home of the Jacksonville the city, furnishes ideS; |

r; and that technicalities need not be sure way to increase lawlessness corps Is to be built. time money security tin

perverted to the defeat of Justice and among both races is to show any discriminations The Democrat welcomes a new The total cost of the lot cash down :, value as time goes

along racial lines in the local contributor whose gifts are not '
14,100 and of this Work
the Injury of great principles. First was every penny j fe

a' lawyer is the advocate Ofustice conviction of criminate. In this connection to be disputed and who sends us the amount: has been donated by Capt. |. It Is hoped that 1':1:

}. and..the friend of the court the, Lakeland News has the following charming llt tribute. in Hillman. will be paid in or
l
honor does not demand that the In- JToUowJng to sey: musical versa to "The Freckle- The deed has been drawn and needed to permit off;

'terest of the client swamp all other "There have been several hangingsin signed and deposited in one of the an architect to draw
_- Florida quite. recently but the facel Girl, accompanied by the note ,
conalderaUons.-Tlmes-UnIon. local banks. Capt. Hillman'a check Ung of the contract
victims of the outraged majesty of which precedes it:
for the balance due is in the hands ning of actual coustre

We note with sincere pleasure that the law were all negroes. The news The poem below is an original bit of Ensign Paul, of the local Salvation home In the faH <

columns of the State papers of sentiment,-of"which, I feel, the
.x the Lakeland News Is to be put intoa Army corps. The

stock company capitalized for contain very frequent accounts of world should :mot be cheated; it expresses Maj, J, M. Berriman staff officer It Is, of course

i $10,000. with the facilities of the murderoustaffrays in which the principals a sentiment heretofore "unexpressed commanding the southern division of line plans as yet PJ

x '{ paper correspondingly Increased and are white men, but there are by the' poets of any other the army,. will reach Jacksonville tonight idea that Is to be
mss no hangings with white men as the clime time. The
or truth of its
Editor Hetherington. of course kept or early tomorrow morning given. :

p- at the helm. We like Hetherington ; victims. Justice is supposed to be eulogic assertions is indisputable, The check will be at once turned On the first floor wJf(,

f he is a man of force and ideas and blind,, but in Florida she doesn'tseem and the theme is an uncommonly over to, him, he will pay the balance ing hall, a dining room....

has his say in good strong scholarly to be color blind, at any rate. interesting one for poetical rapsody.You called for in the deed, and the deed, room, and probably ODI t*

which is all the better for have read and of golden-
English sung
on Wednesday afternoon, will be for- er smaller rooms that vJfe*
a certain acid, biting ,quality in it, The verdict of the jury in Gaines- haired exquisite' women, like "Helenof mally filed for record with County for different purpose of,fits

!: =. ,never permitted to degenerate into ville which acquitted Prof. Wetter Troy;" you have read and sung Clerk P. D. Cassidey. On the second floor wW

the poison of malice which wounds charged with assault and battery upon of the warm, ravishing beauty like
Most Liberal Gift. Ing rooms of the tariff
his
and stings merely to inflict pain up- one.of pupils was doubtless. unto which the queens of old Spain
To
Capt. Hillman's t&!
righteous The professor had generosity is rooms where transieatt
on others and morbid self one. were famous; but when do
gratify a you sing
i l I administered a switching to the boy due the credit for the wonderful progress do not permit of see feJ!?
esteem. The State press has no of the rare sun-kissed faces'of the
which was intended to hurt and did that has been made in this the hotels can be l l'j:;j
shrewder commentator upon the' women of Florida, that enchanted
hurt and by the time the latter work. quarters, baths and rem j
got '
Land of Flowers.
passing throng and the comedy of The people of Live
His first donation to the work homeless and outcast j
: through narrating the horrible -
thad'the
life philosophic cynic of the :Oak especially, should appreciate
his came in the shape of a check for If sufficients funds ark
atrocity to and -
News, and there is breadth of view i papa exhibiting I this frank and loyal tribute to the WIt
his $%,500. The site on Adams street warrant the bnildifld a
welted in proof of his ,
and serious purpose in. his work to i corpus ,beauty of the South, as the type ex-
the between Main and Laura then will be set aside u I
words, irate parent felt that the Is was -
make it instructive no less than: pressed peculiarly representativeof

entertaining. With increased facilities ] professor was a monster of cruelty the feminine natives of Live Oak selected and, the purchase price Bethel, and with adder*

the News will be an even better and crime who deserved the vengeance and it was also composed by a hither- agreed upon, the local workers be- for sleeping purpose S"*

of the law. That is the first gan soliciting the additional: funds Definite plans wifl **fj
paper than it Is and that will be good i to-unguessed poetical-genius (!) of
view which many parents take of needed for the work. on tomorrow, when 1W
-_ for Lakeland and all the rest us who that incomparable little City of Intellect i
scan its pages every week. such cases and it is.almost invariably and Beauty." Work was progressing slowly arives, and much Is csP

the wrong view;, and if the sober I II along this line, owing to the heavy visit. With the ham *,
I
Mrs Child, editor of the Arcadia second thought doesn't come alongto The_Freckle-faced GirL demands made on business men previously rescue, among bobs ie-'*

t Champion, is usually most amiable clarify the parental vision, the boy : by other Christian and char- tied on In a better wilt*

finds in his own father his chief She Is styhsh and graceful and itable organizations bets
on the editorial page of her paper en pretty, and then Capt. features can be

_- and so gentle in reproof and criticism couragement to rebellion against the !, With forehead- and throat like the Hillman, wishing to do all that he and, in brief every

( that to attract her notice has been discipline without which there can snow; could: to help along the work of the the work made SmprOft4.

heretofore something to be desired. be no good' school work. "My boy is I She is clever, engaging And witty, army In Jacksonville and the south and bettered la verj **

f Bat last week it seemed otherwise, in always right," is the mental attitudeof : With lips made for-kisses--(I came to the rescue. .

too many parents these days and i know). Another check f
fact far otherwise, and if we felt for $1,600 was XEPOL1TJ S
that means that "my boy" will :She Is gentle, demure and forthcoming -
11 sure that her barbed shaft was not grow coquettish; making the total cost

aimed in our direction we would like up to be "an undesirable citizen," :, Sometimes she is proud and dis of the lot. Major Berriman, whose Western Federate 'et

to know to what unfortunate brother untaught in discipline or self res- creet. sanction to the deal must be obtained Formally Declare fat

-' traint and having been permitted to She is dainty and fair with under J.-Bfa-
fee referred to in the following: I wonderful the army rules was telegraphed Denver, July
defy the laws of the school room in hair for, and the .
Whoever feels himself guilty should. popular officer wired to 6G, the conventkffl

# Certainly hasten to reform his youth he often ends by defyingthe And delicate hands and feet. back that he would start at once for Federation of Miners'

laws of his country and dying I Jacksonville. tar 01
"If their knowledge in other direction Her voice is the ted a new preamble
"with his boots on" or in prison laughing watersOf Tomorrow I
I will find the preliminaries tion and by-laws of
: tan be measured by the brooks that are clear and
stripes. During the formative periodof sweet; all an th t

f Ignorance of some of our Florida life the hickory is one of the'great She can whistle and sing and every I i in possession completed of and the army which pledges h "
nice the lot one of the Socialism. It Is
editors in orthography and composition agencies of civilization and modern thing; i most valuable
sites in leaders-
She's the city and tention of the
Invention has found no substitute fort a poem of grace on her feet.
unsafe to trust one that is
it is exceedingly i -
certain to EzD
Her Increase In tion to call a
eyes are glorious
that is adequate to the work. mysteries, value
i with
them as leaders in any line. There Where shadows and lights years, as the business sec for the purpose of .
.
com- tion of the .
4 .:. bare: been wise men who were nn- When Dr. Len G. Broughton was | bine; city, already around It, dustiial and poUuoJ "
broadens
.: out II '
:learned In the rules, of grammar, but here recently,.conducting_ revival services Her beautiful chin; has a dimple let Start with the city's growth. will place a ticket .
on e1ecdOL
they'have seldom in other states than at he Baptist church, like all i I InThb- The funds Building. the national
that have I1ae1'1
been of
Florida had the poor Judgment to other visitors to our city he was impressed freckle-faced girl of mine. already by business men promised Federation V'"' It
"'" with the fact that prohibition can now I eryVorkers' 4

"...eater ajrprofesslon lacking_the, very prohibits here and that a vigil You may rave o'er your Peach-and- be and set local aside for building purposes, will form the Bucks

ru4tmentaof* the education necessary ant enforcement of the law gave the cream Beauty workers will go to soliciting national orgaaioti

to successfully prosecute'it. Its not blind tiger scant 'opportunity .to :do 'Your,Your: Maid with'the>' Auburn
so much i trip to Tallahassee,_boys, its evil work. Last Sunday in Atlanta -. Statuesque Queen.'or"Bonnie Arrangements will be made,toward W
'lk Mavonrneen. the To whr. _1t s
you need, as a good_long course at-a ,: Dr, Broughton preached a But give me The construction of a permanent I will not be '
Freckle-faced, building,.
[ costing in
night school. strong and characteristic sermon on GirL the neighborhoodof : 1 trade by14lmo yank SP'""

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Mr. and Mrs Parker,' of Columbia Misses Annie and Fannie n -:- -- --
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Savage, tU
,1XMD1PHISONAISHATTBRS'OF( county, were. here yesterday and left two handsome and accomplishedyoung -. "'..
on the evening ,train for Georgia
; ladies from Albany. Ga.. are 3I
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: expected here this 'afternoon '
on
BRIEFLY i aYlsft
1...-
: INTEREST 'P. Williams leaves-today for to Miss Yerdle -
, Haddock.: I
,:,' 'CHBONICXED FOR DEMO Lafayette county on a visit. until Sunday : I It's a Long Walkto as : _
h. CBAT'READERS ., Suwannee W
The r
Medical ,.-
I Association will meet in regular session good a Stock j
J. L. Gatlin returned from Jack! Friday night in the offices of

? THEY COME .AND THEY 10 sonville Gatlin left last for night and he and Mrs Dr. W. C. White. A full attendance
McAlpin today is
$ requested and each member also
_
I invited to hare a paper to read be-
T. B. Dowling and R. L. Dowling fort, the association.The That would make a first rate motto for this store.
Vf ". of Live Oak and Suwannee were registered at the Aragon In

nI County Gathered by the Democrat _. Jacksonville, of World hada For general completness of stock for all-the-time _

Reporter big meeting last night about fifty reldiness to serve our customers we can't see
Mrs. W. H Mills and children of members being present. There were 'how it would be possible to surpass this store's

Martll, stopped over here last night seven initiations and several applications usefulness to this community.We .
No paper tomorrow. en route to Waclss..\
s for membership. Rev. C. stand prepared to cater to every home's Furniture -
A. Ridley was elected to membership Want-however large however small. '
electric fans see J. C. Lyle. S. C.
Dennard
For and Mrs C. M. Den. and when he appears for initiation, There is never any need for us to make any excuses -
nard, of Dowling Park were guestsof what the boys will do to him will bea for our goods. I
| A.. C. McNeely. of Lake City Is the Ethel today. great plenty.C. .
\ here today. I All we ask is that you test our Furniture by the

f Mrs Rouse and Mrs Burls came L. Bossey. the Seaboard's efficient best that you know of.

" 8. A. HinelY returned from Atlanta up from the, Park this morning and ,ticket agent here, will begin 'We will be glad to abide by your decision.
:- last evening. will go to Jacksonville this evening. a month's vacation tonight. For a
-) -
few days he will remain in this
I i I't RENT-A cottage. Apply toIt Sallie .
FOR Misses! and Kathleen Taylor vicinity, and then go to the Jamestown
c.. B. Brown. U left"last evening for Suwannee exposition. This is Mr. Bossey's

r Springs to spend a week or ten days. first vacation In several years C. E. J. B. BARTON & CO.
big rain fell here last .
*_' Another
Humphreys takes his place during .
t night and today. Mrs. A. F. Bartlett. of St. Petersburg his absence. H. L. CAMPBELL, MANAGER
accompanied by her little

t The Woodmen's picnic at Dowling daughter Ruth were here today on C. O. Saonders came near being J. :

; Park on the 10th. their way to River Junction. killed by an electrfc wire this morn- . . . . . . .
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Ing. He was at Dr. Tbomason's
'.;- John Tippett and son, of Ellaville Mrs Cox, of Quincy. who has been residence when the electric and tele-

are in the city today. visiting her father W. N. Whatley, phone wires became entangled aid
l> ?- !' of Lancaster will return home this 5th CITY
: threatened to catch the house on fire, BAND t
,. Mrs Della Green went to Dowling evening. whe he took a pair of nippers and '

; Park this morning. cut the electric wire, suffering a i
Jack Douglass and wife left for shock therefrom that rendered_him
r WANTED-Three good painters. the mountains of North Carolina last unconscious He was removed to his : and Quartette. *

Apply to H. J. Morris, Live Oak. tf night where they will spend the home, and Is reported as being bet-

summer. ter this afternoon. It was a close .++++++++++ '+-+ + $- + 44'p. -+ .-
J. B. Brown and wife of, Houston call 'for him.Undertaker. .
.were here yesterday. Mrs. Sallie Hill, of Jacksonville, Every Friday Night at the .

arrived here on a visit to her parents Caswell of this city, : "RINK." Skating begin- ::

Roy Helton was here yesterdayfrom yesterday. Her husband arrived here was summoned to Mayo today to embalm : ing at 8 o'clock followed by +
Porter's Station this morning.Mrs. .
the bodies' of Mrs Lamar G.
band concert at 9 o'clock. '
Carter and a child of. Mr. and Mrs +
J. M. of Mayo is transacting Klmmons and Miss S. R. Rutherford. Mrs. Carter has been ill Everybody come. .

,business in Live Oak. Duval went to North Carolina yesterday for some time, and her demise, was .-4' Admission 1 0 & Sc. Skates 25c. +

where they will remain dur- not wholly unexpected. She was the + 4. .. + +-.-+4-++.+ + + ++++
Mrs. Joe Roof went to Jasper yesterday ing the summer. wife of Judge Lamar G. Carter, of

to visit her parents. that place who baa several relativesand -Cottages with kitchens and-dining- --
H. H. Hair and wife leave this Card of Thanks
hosts of friends here who sympathize room for rent at Suwannee Springs.
When you want draying of any evening for Jacksonville and other with him in this Irreparable Cottages furnished except linen: Editor Democrat:-Please allow t

kind phone 129. W. N. Boat. points on an extended business trip loss. < kitchen and dining room furnished me a little space In your valuable

right U and sight seeing. with tables, chairs and stove. $7 per paper to thank the good people of

Deputy Sheriffs Hemming and week or $20 per month. No charge Houston and Tiger Lake for their
7. W. Hopson is expected home Mrs. J. M. Kite of Wellborn, was Stokely had a lively.ichase after a for baths 'to cottagers Apply to F. kindness shown us In the sickness

from Arcadia this afternoon. here yesterday on a visit to her sister. negro named Walter Wallace yesterday L. Rees Live Oak, or Suwannee and death of our darling baby, which
Mrs A. S. York. She left, for her who is wanted for an attempt to Springs. tf died on the 25th of JOB*. May the

Miss Mabel Parker, of Georgia is home last evening. kill his brother. They ran him overa good Lord bless them all.
friends In Wellborn.CoL Mr. and Mrs W. M. TIMMERMAN.Mike .
,visiting mile through the woods shootingat
Two conspicuous signs at Dowling 'him eight times but he made his OLD-F ASHIO TOURNAMENT
L. E. Roberaon was reported Park read as follows: "Hot meals escape. HORSE RACING FOOT RACING Wilson, colored who was
i_-tomt-better this morning. for the Collard population" and "Hot SACK RACING AND ALL KINDSOF charged with wearing a portion of a
meals for the Whits." AMUSEMENTS DOWLING military uniform, was held to the
Any one having headache, nervous
PARK ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.W. criminal court yesterday In the sum
S. G. Culpepper. of White Springs. troubles, etc., should consult Dr.
I b here today. R. F. Armstrong and wife, who Armstrong the well-known eye of $100.' He gave the required bond

have been visiting her parents here, specialist on his regular professional N. Boatright does Braying of and was released from custody.

TOUR RARE CHANCE-A gent's Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bailey returnedto visit to Live Oak. which is next Tues every kind and gives it personal attention -
went to Fort
Sheriff RIckerson
y.eefJn excellent order, only 110. Homeland Fla., last evening. day July 2nd. The Doctor has relieved U
I Myers and captured Austin Reylers.:
Demomt office of our citizensof
a great many
colored.. and brought him back to
t ... Miss Ethel Strobel of High Springs their troubles by his past visits to
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and turned him over to
:_ D. U. Sears of Mayo. Is here onflU was here today, en route to Green Live Oak. It Dunnellon
the convict where he has a
camp
i today. Cove. Miss Ethel contemplates mak- FOR RENT
i sentence four months over him.iL' .
ing Live Oak her future home. I }

-"'$ra. Roof returned from Jasper I FLORIDA BOOK & NEWS CO.
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k. i morning Mrs. L. S. Cody and Miss Alslene

Cody, of Dupont, Fla.. arrived here + *
E.'C. Home was here this morning yesterday and are visiting the form- Four nice offices to let in the

I 'route to Falmouth from Jasper. er's mother Mrs. P. E. O'Neal. "Eyes to the Fore"Is Lewin Building. Can be had

,. will o in suits if wanted. Centrally
' 1 buy a gent's Miss Adel Burney Brunswick

'.L la ,good order. Democrat of- Ga.. arrived here this morning, and located. sewerage and water (;9 ZV'' I
was met by Mrs Hal Dowling of the connections in the Building.

Park, whose guest she will be for ,,
Moderate rent.
4
C..B, 01119 and little son, Justin, some time.
f WeiftorB, are In the city today. PRO plvE; R iT

There will be no paper Issued from I

and Mrs. Wadsworth of Lan- this office tomorrow In order to give WATCH BUYERSIf
-: *were here shopping yesterday. the employees opportunity to cele- One five room cottage to t
- brate the Fourth of July. let. This is right in the heartof yon wish for exclusive elegance to a

aty Sheriff Hall, of O'Brien. the city and is conveniently Watch with absolute accuracy of move*
idem of will
perfection meet
meat jour -
sea kera yesterday on a business Letters from Mr. Sherwood written located for some businessman. I: a revelation in

after reaching Kansas City state .

-- that he found his little son Frank, THEHOWARD .i
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$ J.('A K* Mathig and little daugh- to be no better and that his stay the motto of both soldiers and sailors # .

tor Dowling Park this morn- might be prolonged.J. But Just now all keep their eyes
We have some
to the FOUR that represents the day
."" J. Burton, for many years a celebrate. Young and oil. rich WATCH
we goodaPropertiesSale ,
4 i
_O t- ] Anderson, of Dunedln, arriv- resident of this city, but now residingin and poor, of either sex; are bound to
Je&terd&y On visit to is here for a day or two "show" Why'j
a a Live Oak, celebrate tt!a "day of all days. But Let us you
at-- on business and his friends are gladto you can at all times exercise your For
standard mak 11
welcome him.-Gainesville Sun. Independence by coming here to look All es

Duncan and daughter over our stock of goods. If you think); : l

t'i n, left for Alachua The board of county commissioners you can get any better at a lower Apply to the undersigned for sale by .f4'_-

sd : met Monday and continued insession price we are willing to lose a good-
through yesterday for the sized wager. But we know you can't. I further information. RADFORD

o -'ha the popular purpose of making new assessments, F II I
F + t ; out mere1 when It was discovered that the law J The Jeweler !

; requires the meeting far this purposeto Florida Book & News Co.
ipt dei be advertised for two weeks priorto UYT OAK. nx. : ;
holding the same. The board then EDWARDS REALTY[ CO.Lewis' -
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sibit LS roLmIlONEYMmTAR
adver- ManagerJ.
and the necessary
1 tin- ': r pJourled.vmii be done at once. C. COOK and Owner Building, Room3. /. :*JiJr as ..,.. ,. S..rtap ,f

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N O.,- CONSUMPTIVE. QUARAXTISBL. JAIL DELIVERY AT DUNNELLON. ADMINISTRATOR'S % 6t that
"- of In locality
dl*. To a*! : whomsoever maTe art
legatees. .
Notice to creditors,
terest. Greettee: ed, broadmln4edthat
Five Convicts Sent There from Jacksonville t
havlm weeks' publication of
Official Older ha'Tnu Held 1."p- tributees and all persons After four
L Cat Their' War Out this notice, once each week. I win, can do so 'We waat C
estate
Matter Under Discussion. (Metropolis. 2nd.) claims or demands against the on the 19th day of July. A. R. 1907 filled baskets. -

.Austin, Tex. June 30.-State Five notorious negro rascals sent of J. R. Newlan. late of Suwanne*, at the Court House of Snwannee AH are
County Florida apply bj petitionto welccm

{ Health Officer Brumby has made no up from Dnval county at the last session County Florida, to present said I the Hon. J. N. Conner. County w. A.. TIS oJCaUl

official order looking to the quaran of the Criminal Court, are at claims or demands to me at Dowllng Judge of said County for an order

tine of consumptives attempting t liberty again, having broke jail Mono within one year from I authorizing and empowering me to loa. z1
Park Florida make sale of a on-th1rteenth. undivided
enter Texas although In consequence day night at Dunnellon. after being the first publication of this notice,, interest of Mollie Harrell. NOTICE OP AI P

of agitation of the subject his attention confined there only one night. or this notice will be plead In bar ol James Harrell. Randall Harrell. Annie LETTERSNotice or..uw--t';

has been directed to the subjectfor The escaping prISoners. what they estate. Harrell. Winnie Harrell. Alvin
allowance out of said and Mangham minors, Is herebyundersigned $ 1
a week or ten days past. The were convicted of and their sentencesare Harrell Henry etn
W. A. NEWLAN, orphans of Mary J. Harrell and Hat- will after fss.
matter has been discussed on seve are as follows: Charles Hayes alias Administrator of estate of J. R. tie Mangham. now residing In Coffee publication of tits

previous occasions when other health Son Scott. larceny, of clothing sentenced :Newlan. deceased. 6-%8-91 County. State of Georgia, in the following Hon. J. N. Censer, c..w

officers were In charge under previous to six months; William A. described land situated in Suwannee
Suwannee County Florida, to-wit: County Fieif&y
administrations but nothing has Button, carrying a eoneealed'weapon, CrueL South half of northwest onefourthand of administration apes gg I

ever resulted. two months; George Williams. larceny southeast one-fourth of northwest W. T. Mitchell tonne

F The present agitation was prompted of towels from the Aragon hotel Mac Booth Rantington (the tragedian one-fourth and east half ofsouthyest rannee County Ftortii
hailstorms! Why one-fourth and fractional ;. i
) Talk about ;
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by: the death of a comsumptlve ona one month; Charles Davis burglaryat Ian. deceased late )
caught In a west half of southwest onefourthand ct
train In West Texas two weeks ago. the Grand View hotel, five years; once In Missouri I got southeast one-fourth section 38, County Florida, b1iq-.J

Dr. Brumby now has the matter under Nathaniel Strawbrldge larceny of hailstorm and you nay believe me township 5 south range 13 east legally appointed mad

or not but I'll swear the hailstones Purpose of sale being to remove said -
f consideration, but whatever he clothing three months. minister of said nUU.
!. estate to State of Georgia.
does will'onIr be done after ma- The five prisoners were taken from were as big as hen's eggs SOLOMON SEARS died on the Ilk day cf

ture deliberation. here Sunday by State Prison Guard Manager (of Billville Grand Opera Guardian of above named minorsby 1907 before final

I Hundreds of consumptives come to Bridges and were locked in the Dun-. House)-Gosh! You must have felt authority of Court of Ordinary estate. W.; A. ..

Texas every year and up to the present nellon jail to await delivery to the I relieved when the fust one struck you Coffee County, State of Georgia. LESLIE A LAMB, |

time little formidable oppositionhas lessees. Monday night they cut the! and didn't bustPuck.Stimulation COpy OF ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. !Attorney for W. A. XOT&SJADMXNTSTRATOZr

been offered. It Is believed that bars to a window and got a..ar.1 !

Dr. Brumby may issue a statement Bridges visited the police station In Without Irritation. In The Third Judicial Circuit Court S9f

on the subject within a feww daoys this city today and Informed the That Is the watchword. That Is in and For Snwannee County Flor Notice 1* hereby guts, *a

I' what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup ida. tees. Distributee. Creator
police of the escape of the prisoners
does. Cleanse and stimulates the State of Florida ) other person having *tajj|
and also obtained
> Obituary.. a description of
mands against the &
bowels without irritation in any form Euwannee County.) Estate e1
each of the
men from the Bertilion .
The subject of this article Mr. W. City Pharmancy. d-w D. H. Wilson ) Cannon. lat of Sovassst?
system of records kept by OfficerHighsmith
W. Parish was born and raised in Plaintiff ) Florida now deceased ..|

Snwannee and about 43 the men having been Civil the said claim or deatadtg
county was No Doubt. vs. ) Action by At-
photographed and measured at the
years old when he died June 15, "He used to be a garrulous Individual J. W. Hosford ) tachm >,nt. proven, within two jaain

{ 1907. at his home in the Sixth dis. time of their arrest. but I notice that since he's Defendant. ) 'publication of this note, er t-'

trict. He died of heartdropsy.- e married he hasn't much to say." Whereas D H. Wilson as plaintiff will be plead In bar of tasa

leaves a wife and- four children He EVACUATION OF CUBA. "His wife must be a corker."-, in said cause has obtained an'attach- JESSE 1( CM:

married a Miss Newsome daughter Cleveland Leader. ment out of the above named Court Administrator of Estate el'
Secretary: Taft Throws Further Light Cannon with Will
of W. S. Newsome. of O'Brien. Brother issued on. to-wit: 31st day of May auaet. |
Upon fire Subject.
Parish lived a quiet life all his Washington,. July %.Secretary During the summer kidney Irregularities 1907. against the estate of the said Executes Notice-5

days such a life as any one woulddo Taft yesterday threw some additional are often caused by excessive defendant. J. W. Hosford. which at- Legatee, dlstriesuei, :

well to imitate. He connected tachment has been levied upon thelollowing
overheated. and all other
At-
light upon his plans respecting the drinking or being persons hffiJ:

r himself with the Baptist church at American evacuation of Cuba by tend to the kidneys at once by using described property of the or demands against tie .?M

'.3 Mt. Plsgah about three years ago. sending the following cable tq Gov. Foleys Kidney Cure. City Pharmacy efendant. to-wit:One-eighth undivided K. Klmm.orllil, deceased bs j
Interest in and to that
Since which time he has lived a constant d-w* land lying wannee County Florida vre
Magoon at Havana: "I am In re- .
and in the of
Christian and was much be- of being County Suwannee, the same to me duly protwj
ceipt a telegram from Gen. Loinax
lured by his church. He clerk and State of Florida and more particularly -
wan
The Real Explanation. I one year from the first fswi
Castillo as to something I have said
of his charch at the time of his death with "You remember the timehonoredjoke described as fOllo..s. to-wit: this notice or this &*&$*!
reference to the restoration of
South half of the northwest
and desired the office of a deacon quarter pleaded in bar of sJiowisetj
about the
Cuba to the republic. The plan for dog In transit. that
and the northeast quarter of the
which is a good work. same out of the toads of tax'
the devolution of the government of ate his tag? outhwest quarter of section four (4).

t Brother Parish bore- his suffering the Island upon the persons to be "Of course I do. What of it?" township five (5). south of ranges w. J. mm
which was of several weeks duration, Executor of the Jut Wig B
selected by a fair election as outlIned "I know what inspired that fifteen (15). east; said property heldIn
with Christian fortitude and was perfectly ment of L. K. EimmerTla
In my letter to you has not gastronomic feat. common with A. T. Hosford of said
resigned to the will of our
been changed In the slightest. The "What!" county; for the sum, of one hundred J
h Master and said nothing was in his NOTICE.
question: of the time within which "A consuming curiosity as to his and twenty-four (1124.00) dollars "
way his calling and election was founded To Emma L. Parsotey. a
on'a
destination promissory note. Whereas
that can be worked out. due to the -;Baltimore American. af and for the estate of Sn
it
sure. appearing from affidavit that
rt doubt as to the time In which the the said defendant is Parshley deceased. 3. !'. jAg/
I Therefore Be it absconding con-
Resolved.
First. 1 the Suwannee Hotel Ca & wJon.
census can be taken Is a mere mat- Quick relief for Asthma SufferersFoley's cealing himself and that he resides :
That in the death of Brother Parish t and to all tats
person
Honey out of the
ter of opinion please advise Gen. and Tar affords Im limits of the State of Flor-
our church sustains a loss that Is Ir- mediate ida; it Is, therefore ordered that the or having liens upon tfc*pnp"
Castillo accordingly.Signed relief to asthma sufferers in this: notice described--CMS*
reparlble such a noble and consecrated *.* said defendant. J. W. Hosford and
( ) t "TAFT." tbe worst stages and If taken In time. otter persons who Interested You and each of yon are..*
n. are.
Christian as he was. his place are
C&tswit
in
ocr
luired to
will effect appear
a cure. City Pharmacy.dw. hereby required to appear to the notion
never filled until he the the Court house ta U*
reaps re
the
1 on fifth
Even mirror day of August 19 07.
a cannot convince a trl IsL907.
Florida the 5th day
} on
ward of the righteous. the same being the Rule Day of the
t woman that she Isn't as pretty as she In that certain CUM $
said Court, at the office of
Resolved, Second. The state and the Clerk
thinks she is.Opportunity. It is funny how much more a man of the said Court, at the Court Houseof he City of Live Oak. Rail
county loses a peaceable and nsefuldtizen. petitioner and yes art rtg *
thinks he can accomplish before the said County, at Live Oak
and wherein It is sought te..
} his generosity was unsurpassed Florida. Unless
has a way of coming marriage than he does after thhoneymoon e rou'so appear and appropriate for psldt; Sea
as a neighbour: he was a loving judgment will be rendered againstyou dead
to call just when a man has ends. street: the following
gone and
husband and a kind hearted father: your property sold for debt. arylsituate
r out looking for It.Your. It Is further ordered that this order md parcel of land Mgt
Resolved Third That we extend to be published In Suwannee OTU&*
War Against ConsumptionAll once a week for two
the bereaved ones our heartfelt sympathy months immediately preceding said o-wit:
Liver nations are endeavoring to Begining at a point e* tads et
day in the
Suwannee
in this sad hour of affliction. Democrat a
is out of order. You I check the of boundary line of Ohio.1.--
go to bed in a ravages consumption weekly newspaper published In said
Resolved Fourth. That a In Florid< 4 page City of Live Oak.
the
3 bad humor and get up with a bad "white plague" that claims so County and State. DOSS
the church records be Inscribed to hIsmemoQ' Witness polite the norther
taste in your. ,mouth. You want many victims each year. Foley's my hand and seal of said of, Wilbur Street as it coy! *?
and that resolutionsbe
these something to stimulate your liver. Honey and Tar cures coughs and Court this 31st day of May 1907. the western side of Date A***
printed in the Suwannee Democrat (Seal) J. w. BRYSON. U6'
rUit
Just try Herbine. the liver colds perfectly and un from thence at
,regulator. you are In no Clerk of the
Circuit
and that a copy be furnished his Court Ohio Avenue eastward 1. 2
A positive cure for I danger of consumption. Do Suwannee
Constipation not risk County Florida. White Street In WBiu AfLb.

wife.Done Dyspepsia and all liver complaints. your health by taking some unknown W. H, WILSON, eCity of Live Oat. F> **
and ordered by the church
Zos
Mrs. FFt.. Worth Texas writes: preparation when Foley's Honey and Attorney for Plaintiff. 6-7-2mo outh along the westen
while In conference June 22, 1907. Strait
line of said White
"Have used Herbine in my familyfor Tar is safe and certain in results. "
Signed by:.;, eet. thence west para
J. W. CARVER.W. years. Words can't express whatI The genuine is in a yellow package. NOTICE. first boundary line aDovm .

R. DAUGHTERY. think aoout it. Everybody in I City Pharmacy. d-w Notice Is hereby given that the to Ohio Avenue, tbDCe.. '

my household are happy and well the eastern boundaryAvenue -
S. D, HUGGINS, undersigned as administrator of the fifty (50) 91
and we owe it to Herbine. Suwannee -" When a man boasts of his wisdom teeter:.
f J. V. i..EE. Estate of J. A. eginnlng; excepting' UUI
Adams deceased ..
Drug Co. d-w it! night. It is a sign that he is going will (3) feet deep .

Committee. to call himself a fo..i i., '*.".. _I-- I on Monday, the first day of .101,,.. p..t ... eAs ParshltT ++ ...:a
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It is strange how much more at- 1907. present his vouchers receipts ground as now encl saw
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Troubled About Their Vote Iron fence enclosing
\ tractive a delusion seems than the G. B. Bnrbans testifies after yean and report of and for the Estate of Included nun 01
which is
Atlanta. June 30.-About 2000
negroes A.
real thing. G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center Adams deceased and thereupon description.And ..
t crowded Into Turner's tabernacle N. Y. apply for his will thea ut -,
writes: "About four years final.discharge as you 1.
this afternoon to discuss th administrator the same should not
of the why
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NOTICE. ago wrote you stating that I had said estate. .
pupoMl-
disfranchisement for the uses and .
proposed legislation.C. J. .
Court of County Judge in and for been entirely cured of a severe kid H. WETHERINGTON. the petition or else JOC .
P. Goree. an Atlanta lawyer, and 2-l-6m
Suwannee County Florida. ney trouble by taking less than two Administrator. barred.
Tom Blodgett brother of the postmaster Probate Jurisdiction bottles of Witness the HoD. B&JCOII
by the County Foley's Kidney Cure. ADMINISTRATRIX
were the only white men It NOTICE. er. Judge of the ClrrtRwannee oW:.
present outside of a few newspaper Judge: entirely stopped the brick dust sediment Six months after the first publicaf County Th :.1.

Whereas George Taylor (colored) and pain and symptoms o tion of this notice I will present |W. Bryson. its clert ad i34kB

reporters. has applied to this Court by his peti- kidney disease disappeared. I I accounts and vouchers my: said court at the c ,

; Goree made the principal speech tion for letters of Administration glad to am to the Count Oak, Suwannee Co/-:
on say that I have never had Judge of Suwannee Florida" D. Ifilt
of the occasion. said the meetIng a County 10th of June
He day
.. the estate of Martha Brown (colored) 1 return of any of those symptoms dur- at the Court House of said County (Seal) j\f JII
called direction of the .
was by late of said to COUrt.nP" :
County deceased; ing the four years that have elapsedand be allowed and ask to be dis- Clerk Circuit

Georgia Suffrage League to discuss Now these are therefore to cite I am evidently cured to charged from further ty, Florida. i
the situation. He talked about the stay administration CARTER & yccOLLVZ
and admonish all and singular the cured and heartily recommend Fol- of said estate.FLORENCE.
; proposed effort to deprive the ne- kindred and creditors Attorneys for ?
of said deceased ey's Kidney
Cure to any one suffer- G. MILLS formerly _

',fgroes, of the franchise guaranteed to be and appear before this ing from kidney or bladder trouble. Florence G. Brinson. Administratrix : Notice for Bids tor dCityB > .

.\them under the constitution and urged Court .on Jhe 26th day of July, A. City Pharmacy d-w* of Estate of Horace Brinson. n16-6m .0-

every negro In the state to pay D. 1907. and file objections if any 01 t"

his. taxes and register and get In they have to the granting letters It is funny how surprised a Confederate Veteran Picnic. The Bond Florida.Trustee 1ri ..

shape t* make a fight against the aforesaid otherwise, letters will be can act when you give her woman Democrat:_please announce that Live Oak. .
i something the old day of July: 1907. re i. ,
adoption of the proposed amendment Confederate
granted to said applicant if he can : she knew you had bought for her. veterans of Camp erection of tffi"
Finnegan for the p4
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state constitution. and
tolthe duly qualify as prayed. Suwann County will

. ,Several negroes spoke along similar Witness my hand and seal of said ; A philosopher has to do hold their regular annual picnIc at said city.Plans J1B 1& 11 ..".
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more than and
i .lines. The meeting was entirely Court at the Courthouse, of said County bear the troubles of others the White School House four miles SO ue; led f1l

c!, ?'. orderly. and no resolutions wereadopted. this the 24th day of June A. D titude. with tor- north of Weilborn and everybody Is file with said 1 J.&u.. -- -'

$ 1907. cordially: invited to : Rese.r --
s ..... attend. Some I
'i (Seal) J. W. CONNER, Real love Is something that noted speakers have been Invited by and all NOTICE

No failure Is complete unless ambition I County Judge of and In Suwannee get,along despite the advice from can his the committee on arrangements to iom it mar respib '"

was killed In the WIng ruins. I County Florida. wS-28-4ti family and from hers come and address the people on will not be

"Lost Cause. Come everybody, bade by Frank Spg _

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:The aekaonTleMe ;: > .and' is about 5 feet 7Ia Live Oak Qafa

,M. DIXON, ; terday Us u-fonCws-.of the'eylf T.:. *etr.kn.. He'wore a dark suit.
ious sappearancen ot .M ?frost '.":. : ,-

DENTIST. that citir whose'Irlends- are aaad, locate ilmJ J r" ;
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: CRoWN : AND -:' BRIDGE '"Thele U an air 'ot.' mystery clacernlngjthe -'.;And Bobbed of $dW Sunday Xlght ; Equipped for repairing and storing \ "

In Sanderson..Safe ,
Wou. ; SPECIALTIES. : whereabouts 'Q .1-S? I .' "
Foster $>t Wiillamaburg. VL.a.70ung: blowers visited SandersonSunny I Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and "

E. BROOME, Sunday architect. who..came to this,city last : night, and the safe in the Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. Y
week to
., go to worh.fori.
i store of:E. E. Canora was blown open i
H::,J. Klntho. ; the' well known' ,arject itiC !and' robbed of, about $600 In ash Also sell the well known Columbia bat- .
&COUNSELOR AT LAW ; : i '
ATTORNEY and check The postomce in the
tery. Switches Spark Coils and Plugs'kept
IJVB OA ". t FLORIDA. "Mr. Foster reported for wcn.k.on !same building was also'robbed. The ,
'' ..ti of Lbs Sate. Spec. the ), .;following and on' T es-1'work was done br professional safe in stock. Exclusive agent for

III.....C.Etc.d AD,to banana c- promptly CoIIeetiae attend.1 dar lett J the office to looJft-or'rooms!i;eraekers. i
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<. and bid Savill Works Jacksonville.
"' STAT AT LAJC promising .to return that. [ The, robbery is believed to have Vulcanizing ,

KQTAS*FCTUC day but.t81.nce.th \time:nothing"' "has i.[,been done ,by Henry Armour, who '.Sample of this work can be seen here.
been heard 'him
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'f. W. WEST, : l:was arrested last winter on the train
[DR. Mr. KIttho !
telleTlnjs the
that
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near Lake City on suspicion of hay- S
t PhysicianancSurgeoti. young man had' 'concluded"to"'give:'.p I log robbed safes at Pensacola and II FOR LIVERYI

Lflffice- Carrofl Building. Ohio Avenue. his position and ,left .the 'city.and :River Junction His pal was on the
Residency at Ethel HotelN..l68. though no more of it until yesterday :same train, but escaped. Armour;
The Favorite
Reo Car used-in
when he. received letter Touring
a .from
the for'bringing
,-Oxon, i was convicted April 29th last ;
Qndmcs.NaL>Y ar 161. young man's father, which Indicated i
burglars tools into this Livery -.s ating capacity for four.
BaielmyUk Groover)N.18. .
pm Store( that the son had not.. communicatedwith
;State and sentenced to two years. On .
I r.Eo'TBolU1lO.BROWN his father slate Tuesday last. :June 19th last he escaped from the .
T. AL CHASTAIN:
kC: 6.3aotrr. On going to Westmoreland hotel ,
.convict camp of J. Bnttgenbach &
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& THOMASON, where the young man had temporarily
Co., near Dunnellon, Fla.
located. JMr._mutho found'he had j
10 not been there since Tuesday and so Armour originally came from San Gas Engineer Proprietor

L PHYSICIANS& ..SURGEONS., telegraphed Mr Foster, ST.. yesterday Francisco. He is an electrician by

I who In turn has"notified the trade, 22 years old, weighs 143, Phone
jgZOAL I 1 a FLORIDA 109. .
Jacksonville police. Iti&feared
: that medium build stooped-shouldered .

PAPER something has happened to the young has blue eyes dark hair fair, oomplezlon. ,
WALL
| man.A. large ears large flat nose I

| When! in need of nice wall pa- brief description ot the missing A reward of '$1 00 Is offered for his i
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''Jper. call on H. H. PETTY at man Is as follows; He weighs about apprehension. 1> Round Trip Rates To.


J a.i.ItTON" MCQCS MARKET.
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JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION
MOJRRIS
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:' {raetar aced B ccd 4..! Ca Ca tsactczs .s? .m 1ve2li b rS'
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Apply and for: specifications.plans,estimates I.:: MUYE{ OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. : ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAYFrom


,',Gfie co Ohio Are..A. i. I. CrossingMMtMniHimillMMM
"a i will furnish' i you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand : LIVE OAK Florida

1-' I. Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.

'i; ;: DR.CHAS.: E. TAYLOR, 'J ; oUR SPECIALY .r: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. : 32.75. Season, tickets. On sale daily with' stopovers


,(":1; I',VETERINARY. \ '[ I .The' Live. Oak Brick & Supply Co. jj jjniiimiiiii within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

1. < !'Solicits i your patronage-Offica < $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stopover
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R-,; ; *t.residence-Pion (3 rings)'148'LYLE j ; **** 14 /
within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

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I $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stopover
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: Ji :We Sell Merchants Only .1 within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

k i:r. :Practical t.' I $14.00 Ten day ticket On sale Tuesdays 'only and

--WATCWMAKER AND JEWELER .
f"7 "35 year's experience I : Carry Stock of ,j only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.j

sod t tockof Watches always on hand. 1 . t . , , '.' . Two daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning drain

t fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on
Comet.and 'Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn,
night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk 250. Consult PURPLE

:ti"fa Great Headache Cure Oats, Hay, Lard, D.. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all FOLDER. For further information and Pullman write to or call "

kinds Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, on Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast

irorno PepsIn Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, Line, Jacksonville Fla.

Lava lura, Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead Pencils -
"Note "
the World

.( Pepsin. Box,Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

IRES Headache, t lDdJge.stlOllt; Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and ", ,

bolt, Senwsaes- '. Gums
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Chewing
Wrigleys Schedale Effective, May 19. 1907. >

,On the Spot. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, l .ratT'- -Jl4XTWD SALT POCIWD i a.

,' s. Absolutely Harmless El. Bogador Uncle Bill. 1ST.CLASS (glXCt.A3aMail lat.cuts oct.a.
t't't .
i ruienFrt. and ldi1 t.P.eaa Ya..e.-Frt. and
AD Bnj'iiti. 10* lie. u. Wf t iI, Pua. sa Pua. / Farr. s.r ..e P.raNo ,
for Sa'_By .1. Na.5. No 3. Na i Na 1. Na 12 Na 4
Merchants are Cordially invited ; SuadarDaffy. e:. DaiytSandarSaadalI.iy ..SoDail7.
Visiting .. .
Only Su dq. .s &m only abr &mdq.A.
itei City Pharmacy to make our office their headquarters .K. P. M.Lcare. P. K. P. )(. P. 3l. A.M. A. M.
AniYe Arrive Arrive Am-
uve OAK. FLA't: Lave Lean .._ 66 a M{ WOO U ribS t
while in the city. 800 13 2 200 18 : :__3- _k....._..:==:: : 4T S ... !44 10 10C
822 2 2212ZS1{ ': 071 ===-Mercer.-_= =.::::=:: : 43 i n 40 j :*STI! 10 19 04 wSKt
== Platt 4t | t
OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT I ILive 82 884% 2 iif iI1 I1! __. .La neuter._- ..._._.....' 111 .28' 4S
DEPOT. Ar 84 Ar Z40Ar; i4W..-Do we........--..:..... I i-201-!....i .25
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LT 8 to LT 4 45.L.T .. ooj_...____Dowhac Park_.-.__...._. I L. 11tj 0 14 Ar* I9 / -
Co. 849; 44 Cha ceJ'.m.; ...........__. 11 (07)) 108' t 10i
& Commission.r 8 S7| 4 9 101. yuo Junction ; ,
Oak I : I 08j 0 03 t Bi
; roN WEEKS Brokerage ,I 8 p. SCOC06J I 4 ___.._lkt---.._..__....._ a (16 a S oo'Ar Lv 8!oo M-, o 8 oa 49
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>9 06 10 5 10/| 435 4 40 ____-__.._To.n.end.-.................. I 4 GO 8 4S S laS t I
I 25S8 6 ) 5 .__,--SmitJa .___........-._.-. 4 84; 8 80 T S3 :'
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@ !; 5 l51.T' ....! heUow&7m.........:::_. L h to': 8 OW 'T 40 I
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; lolesale andEe- @Fl l4 rMG 9 55Arl 06 Ar <20 Sat!!Ar ____-HanptoaSPein&r..___._.. I L. 8 SSL 16.L.' T li i" ;5 i
p. )(. } P. 1L\\I A.3l. P. M.JA.M.J i AJt .::f,; I

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3IAYO AXDLTOS niCAXCII.WEST .
1 1 lives in bottled Coca-Cola. This great I

American drink has now become a I .
da'and household necessity. Invaluable in I BOUND. EAST BOUND .: I I

out domestic trials and the tribu- ]Frt.4 Frt a Paitaem Fit Prt. .PMMa i PaaeaPeen
straightening 'Pua. ps? ceF. Y.a i P..e. i R er
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JEATs lations of housekeeping. From grandson to No.7. Now.. I Nw 11, No.13.1'N.! ..I. N...Ie. N...14.SandaytS. N.16.
alongfeltwant and offers Daily Daily ai1J' j Daily sudsy
it fills ..' .
grandfather, ."-LSIID.'u..SIIIL 0nI7 \ O b' ex.Saa. O lyA.M. Oatrr.
just the invigoration needed for spring indispositions i 'A. 1t P. M. A. JL ; P. M. A. It.Arrr.... P. 1; x.

and over-taxed nerves. It helps to La.; Lean lave. I Lean ___...... .._._..._ Arvin Arr.>Arri10et
Phone; 24. Problem. I U6f 221 t I. 56 .bsl 40.! i i a .....__..._.KaoJuaetioa..___Clark_................." 7S 7S8 j see 243 8U| IS teS4I
solve the "Servant _. *:
-Pet.eeoa-- 727 233 32 S 128ZO
:1.'i, osi. 1.034 ::;== ... ..._.:..:= ]>
.. Bottled Coca-Cola Keeps Even Cooks Happy Ario*OStAr *:J.4WArl 11! i1 6 15 t.............Z....kya...AIUM..!..................iLY T 716 OOL. 2 L 0.IOJL* IO.LT 200 i so .'
;: Fit deliveries ,.'
I I II Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and :
from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with other
!'l9jjfj) tines call on an* ticket azent. Trains makes connection. at Live iOak with all
in. : the Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.J. .
I LEE ENSIGN, President. E. P. HOPKINS, Tram )I&D. fr HS.
I Distributors. Suwannee, Hamilton t .T. GR1MSUAW, .Superintendent. I
Live Oak BottlingVorks, Taylor and I Fayette eonnties.

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fcoMer the entire arrangement
a* _
+ ,a'iasssPlo. Setae oft .e"0dea:1m4 slipped orer the flywheel of the.nac&lee. ; SUMEli
,. 3' T.wis Ja "PI riM. 1A'JIow".et -" Then the god shady of..the h iAi POPULAR SCHOOL
UhU'al_s Hs bees" -: loose gets oat her sewing and proceeds .
eerered within the'limitsof: tbe city to TO it through the machine 1
of liar' "", and at the same time makes the batter t In Bookkeeping Business Practice Stenography, Typewriting, ; R-r j ;

eome.-1I.artsoa Sew E&terpris&Drunk Telegraphy and English Training,wfll be conducted at the .
The new section of West Gaiae- If r -
.. tine where is located the Uairersity sandbagged and robbed of f i. !

of.:Florida, is being rapidly derelop- 180.. 7. GJmeira a portly Swede of j ,
ed.. Oa July 2. 2M and 5 a great aac- 300 pounds, captain of the steamer !
don of all the lot fronting ou-the ATaKam' *, was discovered by a titt- '
University property. wffl be beLL zen about six o'clock last night placed -
across the tracks of the.Seaboard il.
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r Wednesday the Circuit. Court was Air Line railway with neck over one .
trying a damage soft against tie G. ran and legs across another Immediately +
G. railroad. So far as we are aware : beneath the wheels of a 1i.
tUs is the first salt that has been freight ear. A few minutes longer .
brought against this company in the stay in this position would hare resulted -1.t
courts of tai concty. The salt is in his death. His body would .
brought by Mr. John B. Peep It hare been ground; to pieces upon the'.
seems that Mr. Peek was injured shifting;of the car by a switch engine.
while in the station at Falrfield by a The man was removed from his perilous
door falling on cim. He wants |1 C.-' unconsciousness to the steamer T' /
000 for the injuries he sustained.Gainesrflle .- moored in the river about two hundred ,For Short, Practical and intensely interesting courses of study ,
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_ Son. people yards and the distant police by station kind-hearted notified. I for Summer work, we have the best. Special class in Penmanship _
,
Mr. Freiiman tobacco expert from Investigation by the ponce resulted 1 by the month. Scholarships: $4O.OO r
Qulncy was here Monday looking in the detention at police headquarters *
over the tobacco crops of H.]d. Taylor of Mike Fitzgerald,Charlie Muir.K $ $75-OO, and $9O.OO.SOUTHERN .
and The Fraleigb Smith Co. We .. Bradley and Harry Hanson an
are informed that be' gare it as his sailors aboard the Alabama and the COLLEGE
opinion that the crops' are folly as fomer two were identified positively II ii BUSINESS ;
promising both in quantity and quality as men with whom the captain had
'as'any of the crops around Qoin- been seen only a brief time before he: St.
Ohio Ave. and Conner
ey. The yield at the two farms W'Uestimated was found resting on the tracks
at about 1190 pounds to near the plant of the Tropical lee and FLORIDA'
LIVE OAK -
the acre and the quality of the leaf Cold Storage company. Wound up- I
is said to be very fine. At both of on his head showed plainly that the L. M. HATI'ON G. S. STEPHENS,
these farms the plants are being mariner bad been struck with a i President and Proprietor Principal]
tripped of the leans and the large blunt instrument with considerable ,

barns are being rapidly filled with force. When he was taken to his i . . I I I I I I I I I I I , , I I I "I. . ,,,t....
the tobacco threaded on strings and ship he was still so drunk and brain I I I I I I I I I I I I In"
hong up to cure.-Madison New Enterprise addled as td" be unable to recollect -
state troops at St. Augustine beginning mands. Special rates via ttai
of big sawmill at or
anything about having been placed establishing a I
,I r the near this place. The company will July 15, announce that Ore roads of the state have bee*tezj
i by anybody on tracks or even
Mort Bunting is the latest of our'the fact that he had ever been In that have 20,000 acres of the best pine members/ rom each company in the and the folding cots, bUakea.:=
citizens to come forward with a use-i,Ticinity. Tampa Tribune.A timber In this section of the country state are entitled to compete for the belts and side arms are to N=
from which to supply the mill with place in the Taliaferro trophy,
fnl inrentton. His idea has taken]: Thethe
each o
participant.
match. These teams are-to be selected -, by
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the form of a churn which is operated -i 1100,000 stock company has log
I by the commanders each man being -' rifle range is to be readytitces
1 by attaching it to the fly wheel of.been formed at Kissfnunee with W.
many sort of sewing machine. The:)I. Williams &; Co., and a number of Orders from laJ. Gen. J. C. R. selected as among the best copaney by noon of the tori
churn proper consists of a quart I]local, business men for the purpose I Foster regarding the rifle shoot of marksman of the respectlTe com'ing the opening of the tutcX 1I

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Beginning Saturday JULY 6th for 10 days only. :f fi. : !

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i. Clothing Hats and 'Shoes -,}

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Y The Goods we carry in Stock are known by every 'body to be of the very best quality 1

and workmanship nothing shoddy comes on our shelves. In fact we can offer you the .Jj

t very best goods in, the city. BEAR this in mind when purchasing, also remember that t i

it pays to buy the best.CLOTHING. .
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We will offer ready to wear clothing at prices Few Suits left in odd sizes and neat patterns. "

that will insure. tremendous sales of our popular e we will offer at 6.75 each. These suits are .'-= :

suits. Hart Shaffner and Marx and Michaels G worth $10.00 to $12.00 in any market. :

I Stevens suits. ., Regular $25.00 $22.50 and $20- j;

t 00. Suits will go at $16.75. Regular $18.00 Odd Pants t

$16.50 and $J5.00 Suits will go at $JZ50. .
; In Blue stripes and flannels and new :
nobby j
.f. Regular $12.00 and $10.00 Suits will go at .ass t ,
$9.00. / patterns. You should not miss these. A line of :

; $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts will be closed out at 75c. t::

Shoes :

Hats
J. & M. Well
T= known Johnson & "I

: Murphy $6.00 / : !11 Straws in thisSeason's :
Shoes at $5.00 :
during this Sale 1j1 f Goods .: :

1t /i/I Pdnamas and fid'b :
only.FAMOUS
.a nest straws at :

:=r SHOeWalkover and Craw actual cost. 'oO, .;:
ford Shoes at Cost. ;
During this SALE. CopyrllJit 1906 by Newest :
Hart Schafeer V Man Shapes '

;_ \ A last opportunity for fine Summer Clothing at reduced Prices QIIi__ :

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. s.-. :==n=fc-oIidatedA t 12.1897 .
LIVE OAK FLORIDA. FRIDAY. Ly 5. 19O7 11 I'
VOL. X. No. 5
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:'Tribute and to Wife the Venerable in Jacksonville.Metropolis John.C. Lei SEABOARD TRAIN GOING WEST WRECKED FIXES ITOXT GO.

Blind Tiger Criminals Host Hit n.-
,( July 1st) Chain Gag

At the suggestion and under the Bainbridge Ga., July .1. A 'white':""

Direction-' of the Rev J. A. Hendry' AT HOUSTON LAST NIGHT fruit vendor, John K. Brows who'_
elder of Jacksonville district < _
presiding I was arrested Saturday night by Deputy :
tie following notice was read Sheriff Emanuel for running a

yesterday in the Methodist Churches Fireman: blind tiger was given v
; and Brakeman Are a preliminarytrial
'. cf this city. As It will doubtless ,be Among yesterday and bound over to the

,of Interest to many citizens of Jacksonville the Injured--Several City Court .
other than Methodists Live Oak People
'' we As.this is the first case made since

gives It special place today: the saloons
gladly closed and as Judge W.
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To'the Members and Friends .of Were On the Train M. Harrell, before whom Brown 1* to _

Methodism In Jacksonville: be tried has publicly gone on record
;._: On next Thursday. the Fourth of In a blinding rainstorm which added to the distressing occasion the Seaboard that no man found guilty of running
,July, the Rev. and Mrs. Jno. C. Ley, westbound ,
passenger train last night jumped the a blind tiger in his court will be Allowed
t BOW living at 737 West Monroe wrecked. track at Houston, and was badly
_,.',street this city, will celebrate thyninth The engineer, fireman and brakeman were among those seriously injured. to pay a fine but shall be given
anniversary of their marIn The engineer had slowed down for Houston Or the a chain gang sentence, the result }y
of the
wreck
.. riage. view of the fact that our might have been a* great deal consequences of the trial is awaited with great interest =
venerable brother: Has given over which had washed worse than they are. The cause was a bank of sang by the people of the county.

siity years of active service to the inches. across the track completely covering the rails to a depth of about six The Law and Order League has

=. silnlftry' of our beloved church In!' Striking this embankment, the enginge left the rails and buried its head in a determined to do its best to see that I
x ,Florida; that he has served as a pas- right hand embankment the .
tender twisting in the the laws
oppsoite direction and are carried out.
elder In piling
-: tor and presiding this city on the left. There over
0:.'.ud is now a superannuate spending were three freight cars attached to the train, the first one was
his closing days among us, and twisted around completely across the track and was jammed against the and Italy Owns Telephone System.

: .the further fact that he is the only tender; the other two taking either, side of the track respectively. The other engine coaches Rome. July 2.-All of the telephone -3 '
.Mperannuated member of our conference in .
:, were not derailed with systems Italy hertofore
-.. resident In 'Jacksonville I the exception of the first trucks of the mail car. owned by
seven -four different
The com-
:') thought It would be not only passengers sustained a shock from
an the force of the stop. but none were hurt; panics, yesterday passed into the con =
:eminently beautiful and fitting com- I further than the jar. As soon as the passengers could from the shock trol of the government and will be .' .
recover ;
they
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yliment to him but a delicate privilege hurried to the front of the train where administered by the Postmaster Gen'
... *,to ns, that 'we, In some way of the the injured men were found lying up on the side eraL All of the principal urban exchanges -
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'ember the "dear old people on cut. The engineer, Jas. Weeks, had received some internal injuries and i have been purchased out-

,.Wednesday evening, after prayer a pretty severe scalp wound, but the physicians think he will recover. The fireman right for about 3000000. The pre-
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>= meeting,,or as it may be convenient was found to be badly scalded and his sent staff will be retained for a Tear- -
..'to,os. Even: a word or"letter. In the recovery is doubtful. The brakeman had one pending the definite settlement of the
'- ,''.keence of any more substantial leg off just above the ankle, and the limb was amputated by the physicians as soon as new regime Salaries will be higher

":.,' remembrance, will cheer and gladden they arrived. Dr. H. E. Palmer, of Tallahassee, was on the train, and rendered the than those paid by private corpora- -+'
tfcem. and leave us richer in thought first assistance to the wounded. Efird lions, which have led to much complaint _
'-;f n&In life. Very truly your brother, Dr. and Dr. Price, of this city, were called and and to the teagerness of which
JOHN A. HENDRY, went at once to thescene theivreck on the special train which was made up here bas been attribute' dthe deficiencies in

Presiding Elder of. the Jacksonville The east-bound passenger train was delayed some time this morning for the wreck- the service. Prices of service will _
:D1s ct. age to be cleared from the track and not b. reduced at present, althougha .
y,. ___ ...r ..... .. .... traffic_ resumed. reduction Vill likely be made lateron. t
,Retires After Fifty Years. xvev. ivir. r'ora, uoi. rranK Drew and some other Live Oak people were passengerson The present rate in Rome U not

i< Lexington. Va., July l.-After fifty the train, and some apprehension was felt when the first news of the wreck was re- unusualy high, being only about $34 1' ,

',.ars'of continuous service at the ceived, but communication by telephone soon brought the that a year for the ordinary subscriber.
news no passengers It is believed that numerous improvements
''Virginia Military Institute General wire hurt.
In the service will be effected 1
'rfeott Shipp today retired as superintendent -
<-: ,of that famous school. He Engineer Weeks was cared for at the hotel today, and will go this afternoon. by the government within & short *

-fc Kteeeeded temporarily by Col. Edward Jacksonville until he recovers. Besides a scalp 'wound and a bad bruise in the back time as was the case lifjth* railroad
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service during the twos. of State
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,;;/ W, Nichols the senior member his injuries are slight. .
management:
.,'.*t the faculty.
The fireman, Crawford Stewart, and the brakeman, Tom Moore, were brought to

Observe Law Under Protest. Live Oak and cared for by Drs. Efird and Price until this afternoon when they are to be Prominent Drummer Dead.

:Raleigh N. C., July %.North CarHM'S sent to the hospital at Jacksonville. Their wounds are not necessarily fatal and no im- Union, S. C., July 1.-John F Colton -
one of the best known travelingmen
: new law, reducing freight and mediate danger of their lives is entertained.
'. in the South and father of William .
Reeeager
rates. went Into effect yes-
E. Colton, of Jacksonville Florida
;-teet lIr4at, and wa" observed under proby EXPECTED TO I1E XWER. of the Savannah Moring News, which dition Is splendid and with a little grand.counsellor of the United
the roads Involved pending has been such as to cause the great- longer rest it is believed that he will Commercial Travelers' Association,
:;(It settlement tile courts.of the legality of the'act 4 Colonel Estell of Savannah News, est uneasiness all over the state has be almost as well as ever. :died in this city last night, at the age 1

'lL- Reported to Be Getting W elL improved very much in the past ten It will be welcome news to the of 41 2 years.
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days. It Is now said to be quite prob- many friends of this prominent Sa-
C E, Halle, Sr.. Savannah, G., June 28.-The. condition -
returned to his able that Col. Estill will entirely re- vannahlan throughout the state to C. L. Ambrose" of Suwannee Station J
yos e to Gainesville today of CoL J. H. Estill-proprietor I I cover. his ealth._ His physical con- kow that he Is so much better was here yesterday on business.

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1 Wagons, Dray Wagons, Delivery lot of all purpose. Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Tison&

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to be a bitter passenger rate war was! :flIIIIIR
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inaugurated yesterday by the Chicago -. ...- I 1 / 1 BLACKi

Cincinnati and Louisville Road

which established a fare of 35 between I MOUNTAIN 1 I
DEALER IN

of the Chicago new rate and has Cincinnati.been filed Notice with I HERBS :
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and cannot be withdrawn before l[ l[ i

August desire.1st even The if reduction the road resulted shouldso Indigestion TO ALL Biliousness WHO KLiri'iLt TOM Kidney :: 'WHOLESALE SUPPLIES IN UNBROX

from the refusal of the other roads Troubles, Rheumatism Dyspepsia :

to accord the"new line a dollar differential Dr.,Pepper's Mountain Herbs comes like the dawn of a new day- PACKAGESWe [
on all passenger business.] bring a new, healthy an4 happy lease on life. It is a guaranteedcure :
The previous rate was 16, but the I containing neither alcohol calomel nor mercury simply areach .
pore vegetable remedy so cheap that it brings good health
standard fare Is reduced to 'io tod&11 "
by action of the Scent law. within all. : can furnish farmers their Flour by the barrel CS
ISO Tal-let. for 100. slay oH b> 2Se and 60* at aD : ; I
d.&en.maiedd.inctfQIC prw. Writefa vataabi.inlonnatjeo -, fee by the package and Green Coffee by the sad

At Do this Not season Neglect of.the the Children.year the first* MOUNTAIN BCRB CO.. HaozyWe. TeAA. Rice and Sugar by the"hundred pounds. Bran,

unnatural looseness of a child's Shorts r Cotton Seed Hulls, Etc. at prices
bowels should hare immediate atten-. which
tion. The best thing that can be will save you money.

\Uen Is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by : ,
aster oil as directed wjth each bottle i I:
of the remedy. For sale by Barclay -; !I i,,, Come to our wholesale store when in lire flal:
& Groorer and all druggists. Wej I
Use A ;, for Bargains. We shall be pleased to sta


Caller(to Modern maid at Society.the dooroh.how NEW PERFECTIONWick I: yon how yon can save money on your sit f
is Mrs. Jones today?
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"I don't know madam. Shall I I f fI
ask?" Bine Flame Oil Cook-Stove j:

"Oh, never mind. Only tell Mrs. '
Jones inquired after her.**-Punch. plies.R.
Because it's clean. :.
B. BLACKHoward
Tetter Cured. Because it's econom-- I .
A lady customer of ours had suffered ical.

with. tetter for two or three Because it saves St., Next to W. S. Hodge. I
years. It got so bad on her 'hands
that she could not attend to her time. r It : 111111111.11 t....
household duties. One box ot;Cham- Because it gives best
berlain's Salve cured her. Chamber- cooking results.
Iain's. medicines give splendid satis-
Because its flamecan
faction in this community. H.
Rodney & Co.. Almond Ala., Cham be regulated *]
berlain's medicines are for sale by instantly. Our Portable Saf

Barclay & Groover and all drug- Because it will not overheat kitchen.
your Outfits best
'' ,gists. w are the ,
Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
1 earth. We carry a
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Because it is the oil -
perfected stove.
;- Cheap to Keep. Stock of all kinds MAC
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's .
Patience wonder what he ,
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or write our nearest agency. NERY and can make immediate shipment. VI:

._ saw In her-!: I Made in three sizes and fully warranted.' for Illustrated Catalog.Address.
'F... _Patrice I suppose he noticed that
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":r.' Yonker's Statesman. bLampf= a. F.tlyATLA 51 0
bright TL
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: sad fctooluta safety. Equipped 'Fstabiited 26 n.14 near-. hall miIIioSJ dollars Wvrtb Q1Fodr.rallarylJt
ROGERS' LIVERWORT t with 1ateat Improved 1>umer. Made of brass throughout
Tar and Cancbalagua I and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room.
whether library diaiag-woa parlor bedroom.;
For the complete cure of Coughs! lamp warranted. Write to our nearest awncy 11 Every DOt at
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Cold*..Asthma and Bronchitis and all, year fittles*

r Lang complaints tending to Consumption -!I! STANDARD(L'ce&Pe.OIL..'I'COMPANY) i

,Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry,I+ Machinery

hare for ages maintained an estab-i 3

!- lished reputation as a standard Cough :j

A Remedy. It contains no opium or) TaCtonoii
harmful drug can b* given with I Z1ITGINIts ctauas1iLMlGltiEt

,safety children.. Price U. O. Sold p [fGASOtiXL
Williams' MTg Co. '' Fill CeUejje Comes }
by druggists. : fat Catals
J wlta Mash,Palttiij6BtkS Tcaa icfalalaw
_' Props Cleveland O. Sold by the L cvUo.. i laferaeatloi AdQres>i ?
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SAVINGS
fOUR DAPARTMENT5
- ->. I porter, **dis here train am filled tip Slayer of Young Estes Goes Free Because _, l -

' is not restrictedin hei scope of its patronage. It is will"That honeymoon so.replled.couples the"*hat drum- Jury Believed Him Insane. THE ffUSCO CAXJrOX BAX& lit :l::

s broad enough to accommodate all and I mer. "Is there an observation car on Houston Va; June 29. After being DITCH AT FA .nw:
in the jury room forty-five minutes -
;MERE ARE ITS PATRONS: the end?" ARKANSASTffl -
the jury this evening returned a ;
T "KV sah: darn couples ain't seeln'
LThe young folks with their small savings. verdict of"not guilty" in the case of
no scenery.. To know love am
2.-The breadwinner, striving to accumulate a fund blind."-Chicago News. former Judge William G. Loving of Wt IAHY MJWO S--

f,, to procure a home, or a competency for old age. Nelson county and manager of the

_' 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and Had Born Quickly Healed."I Virgin!#estate of Thomas F. Ryan Broken Section of Ran Was the
the provided.F who was placed on trial here last
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*.? income ,am so delighted with what, Cause of she Disaster Injured
., 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment Chamberlain's Salve has done for me!Monday before the circuit court of Were the Passengers
Halifax. Judge William R. Barksdale
that I feel bound to write and tell i
jEAB presiding for the murder of Theodore .
NATIONAL BANK
FIRST Live Oak **
SHE FloridaIlillllllllT"1" you so.says Mrs. Robert Mytton.
Estes. son of Sheriff M. K.Estes.of FayettevUIe. Ark., June .-The
I 1 1 1 '. 1 ..' 1 1 1 1 1 ...i 457 John St.. Hamilton Ontario.; Nelson county. Frisco's fast southbound Cannon Ball
"My little daughter had a bad burn I
,; Judge Loving shot and killed train was wrecked five miles from.
=-- on her kneeI applied Chamberlain's -
- young Estes on April 22 at Oakridge. here at 8 o'clock this morning as a
Salve and It healed
bea.uUfuI.I following a buggy ride Estes had result of a washout. -Ten passengers;
ly" This salve allays pain
I taken with the Judge's daughter. Miss! were Injured one seriously. A heavy
ARD' a burn almost instantly, *It is for -
Elizabeth Loving, who told her freight had passed over the track
sale by Barclay & Groover and all f
father that her escort had drugged after the storm. breaking a section
druggists.
and assaulted her. -- from the rail nearly two feet in --

:' *The jury retired at 4:45 o'clockand length. which was not noticed by the
This Won't Last Long.
Airline Railway. I from that time until the verdict crew. Engineer Stevenson was buta
Those people have Just been mar-
was returned the defendant Remained few feet from the trouble when be -
, ried.
Hi i in the seat he had occupied since the saw it, and as it was too late to stpp

: [Savannah,. Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, I i "He"How can you: tell?" I trial began and surrounded by the the train with presence of mind be-
I lets her read the morning .
: Raleigh Richmond, Washington BaltimorePhiladelphia pa members of his immediate family opened the throttle1 wide with hopeof
; :per first. Cleveland LewderUonsUpaton. ;. -
: r;-. and New York. t with the exception of his daughter. running over the gap.

. .. I Elizabeth who .mss not present to The engine, baggage car. smoker
. I day. I and chair car passed safely over bat .

TWO ELEGflNT!\ TRfllNS DOILY\ I quite For so constipation nice as Chamberlain's there, Is nothing Stomach -1 Brought In Verdict.At the heavy Pullmans refused to follow. _

, I 5:45 o'clock a.loud knock was The dining tar and two sleepers
. -" and Liver Tablets. T"hey always
heard on the door of the Jury room turne.f over Most of the damage _
l produce a pleasant movement of the !
[Seaboard ExPress'Seaboard' Mail bowels without any disagreeable :and Judge Barksdale, who had taken was done in the dining car. The Injuries -.

et-I i his seat on the bench ordered the were confined almost entirelyto
It fect. Price 25e. Samples i
f- sheriff to preserve order and cautioned cuts and bruises. R. R Weems.of .
Barclay & Groover and all druggists. I
Equipment ; : the large crowd that had remained Van Buren was more seriously injured

Modern : Pullman : 'I I not to give vent to their emotions than anyone else, but will lire
i The CUt Direct. I
when'the verdict was announced. The Other injured were: J. E. Harness
ji Cub Reporter-I've got a spendid
: verdict of acquittal was read by Foreman :St. Louis; Mrs. McGee Kentucky;
idea.
B. S. McCraw. : P. E. Adams, Black Rock. Ark.; Mrs.
''The Jamestown Exposition Line : Experienced Reporter.hose ifit
i ?-Baltimore American... ", Judge Barksdale thanked ,the :G. N. Callahan. Fort Smith; J. J. -

NORFOLK. t ...-'.-. Jurors for their attendance upon the :Nessbaumer, San Antonio; Miss Rob-
I court at great sacrifice. He declared erson Springfield, Mo.; B. L. Barry
Best Medicine in the World for Colic II
t-,Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily and Diari boea. that he believed the verdict was in Dallas Texas; A. F. Duoyan Richmond '
I I accordance with the conscientious I Va.; F. E. Goodman. St. -
f. "I find Chamberlain's Colic Chol-
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**- For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent era and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the
his
been discharged judge Loving
i e:*f Seaboard, or write, best remedy In the world." says Mr. I I
1 I wife and other relatives shook hands Resolutions of Iteepect.
F S.C. EOYLSTON JB.. Asst. Genl Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla C. L. Carter of Skirum. Ala, "I am I with and thanked each Juror.CHUAMAXS Death has again entered our midst
'.. .. subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last
forever the voice of
IHilllllillillllllllllHHIIIHII and hushed our
iMI. > iHIM spring It seemed as though I would I
AWFtTL EXPERIENCE i beloved Brother Albert. H. Hodges.
die. and I think I would if I hadn't '
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taken Chamberlain's Colic Cholera 1

:i Oak Co. and Diarrhoea .Remedy. I haven't: With Live Wire In Tampa He Oolif I r 1997.home at Mrs.high Jennie twelve Spencer.at hIS sister Brother -
: Live M f'g. been troubled with it since until this i iwfek'
_.-. .,lid .wQ-; .- ....J. *Hodges.was-.._ v r.-loyal 4o his-
"hen Thadg'Terj sevk s"t= '
.,. : ; ; (Tampa Times.) !:brethren and friends; kind, generous
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". .... "* ,.*** ";, ": -l! tack and took half a'bottle frthe I : % t
..-_, '-. ffug""*- ** *** %- ; 'J I Wrapped In a sheet of blue-electric j. and courteous in all his relations ia

i ': Manufacturers of twenty-five cent size Chamberlain'sColic. flame, with his flesh blazing and the I life a sympathetic friend Lid an

,Cholera. and Diarrhoea Remedy ;. sand beneath his feet literally afire, I affectionate, tender and loving
and this morning I feel like anew Lee ''Well known Chinese and
Tik. a brother. A brave outspoken

umber, Shingles, Ice, .Electric' Lights, man." For sale by Barclay ,& I laundryman of the*Fourth ward, yesterday manly man.Resolved.. .
drugglsts.- }
Groover and all afternoonwas held in the That in the death of; our '

Power and Turrpentine. clutches of a heavily charged wire, brother Hodges, of Wellborn Lodge r

r Right generally gets mighty badly receiving two thousand volts through the Lodge has lost one of the most

|Sectric, Lights in any part of the city furnished for bruised when it gets into a conflict his body. faithful loyal and efficient members.

with.self-interest. His escape from Instant electrocution His many acts of kindness have endeared

MdeBce_ or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate is regarded as almost miraculous him to all. for thirteen years

manufacturtpurposes. Take the Postmaster's Word for It. by those who are familiar with he was true to his convictions, ando
ric: power'Day and night current-for
Mr. F. M. Hamilton postmaster at
the amount of electricity that was : the principles of our beloved or-

Cherryvale Ind.. keeps also a stockof flowing through the wires and a lineman der. He insisted upon the same allegiance

general merchandise and patent could not even climb the pole from his brethren as he

|'holesale ond retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- medicines. He says: "Chamberlain's until the current was shut off at the himself gave. But verily in the

Cobs Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy power house. Lee Tlk care in contact midst of life we are in death man

1 attention, ,and all orders aromptly fiilIed.l is standard here in its line. It with a guy wire in front of the proposes but God disposes. Fare-

never fails to give satisfaction and Spanish CaSino at the" meet in
well brother may we you
|! e. will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and we could hardly afford to be withoutit. Sixteenth stret and Seventh avenub that: heavenly home not made with

4 Come and ." For sale by Barclay & Groover and Instantly he was In. a flame. His hands, where God himself shall wipe
get our prices.
and all druggists.tnadulterated cries attracted. large crowd and away all tears' from our eyes.

the unfortunate man found it Im- Resolved That Wellborn Lodge

Joy. possible to release himself. Ed. deeply mourns the loss we hive sustained

Round Trip Rates To Little Willie--What is Joy. pat Jordan rushing to the man's rescue in the death of our brother,

Pa-Joy, my son, is the peculiar and standing upon a dry chair pull- and that we extend to the-sister and

feeling experienced by the man who ed the burning man fom the wire. brothers our most heartfelt sympa-

counts his money and finds more thus saving his life, and the act of thy in this hour of deep affliction.

than he expected.-...-Chicago News. heroism and display of coolness won That a copy of these resolutions be

JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA applause from the assembled crowd. presented to the family of our deceased -

The Doctor Away From Home When The wire burned into Yik's left brother. a token of our esteem

Most Needed. side, almost to the hollow while his and friendship and be spread

People are often very much disappointed left hand left thigh and face were upon the minutes of our Lodge and

NTIC[ COAST LINE RAILWAYFrom to find that their family phy- burned into the bone by the heavily also be published In the Suwannee =

sician Is away from home when they charged wire. The man suffered In- Democrat.

most need his services... Diseases tensely until he was released from Respectfully submitted,

LIVE OAK, Florida like cramp colic and cholera morbus his position. The guy wire came In- G. B. SMITHSON.: -
require prompt treatment:, and havein to contact with a bolt which was 3
T. W. BOTHWELL.
i many instances proven fatal be- charged from the wires above and
could be procured or a the full force of the S. W. GARY.
-c medicine the man got
=p2.75 Season tickets. On, sale daily with stop fore physician summoned. The right way voltage. The sand beneath his feet Committee. 1

within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. is to keep at hand a bottle,of Cham- was described as being in a blue

berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- flame while the man writhed and Uncle Sam begins the enforcement ?

_,30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop rhoea Remedy. No physician can twisted on the wire. As soon as possible of a number of new laws today. "
medicine for these the voltage was cut off and line- -
prescribe a better Hereafter. 10 cents worth t>f ordinary
within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. diseases. By having it in the house men proceeded at once to make the stamps with the required lettere

you escape much pain and sufferingand proper changes to prevent such an postage and. the words "Special ,

2-55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with st all risk. Buy it now; it may' occurrence again. Delivery across the envelope will be

save life. For sale by Barclay & acceptable substitute for the regular
Within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. Groover and all druggists. Mrs. Dr. Payne and her son, Tom special delivery stamp. The new |10

t()(). Ten day ticket. On sale Tuesdays only and wky leave noon. for Mrs.Atlanta.Payne will Ga.continue this after-her Nearly gold certificate 20,000 postal will have clerks Its and debut.over _

Theme Lost Xow. Journey to West Point. Ga., where 24,000 letter carriers win get increased {
t40d in coaches No priviliges. visit her daughter while
stop over "Over the Alps lies Italy the she will salary. Rural carriers will
E Tom will remain in Atlanta and "see raises. The compensationto

.*% trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning train, graduate had written. the the elephant. also railroads get for carrying the mall

Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. and tourist sleeper on -The Alps are traversed by will be reduced. The Department of

|-- fare Jacksonville to Norfolk $2.50. Consult PURPLE. Slmplon tunnel now" corrected the Miss Lizzie Lawler went to Lnravllle Commerce and Labor will begin an

For further imformation and Pullman write to or 'call teacher of composition being PhiladelphiaLedger. a stickler yesterday to visit little Miss investigation Into woman and child

55* Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Est for. accuracy SalHe Groover .labor.u .

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R.-DAITGHTSFIT,,. ... I NoUef of
= VAT. Obituary. W. < AppBcea r.
IOC N S., i UGGL"-s. Court of. ,County Judge ,la and. for I Tnder Seetioj1Laws _
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-.:.. .. The"subject of thla article. Mr. W.. ** j. Y.rLEE. Snwannefe County J'lori6Lh : _
ebbed every Friday at Lire Oak. W. Parish was born and,raised-.in the ,
." Committee. bate Jurisdiction by County Is
Florida. Suwannee county and was about 43 Judge -
years old when he died. June 15, rc
:Entered at the ,ULra Oak Postoffice From Wednesday's Da 7. Whereas. George Taylor-'(colored) No. 188. dated -
1907. at his home in the Sixth dis the 2 lIt. :=
as second-class matter.J. Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth of :Lancaster has applied'to this Court by his peti- A. D. 1902.la .
trict. He died of heartdropsy. He har nib
Administration "-.i,
yesterday. for letters of on
shopping tion
SHERWOOD Editor and M'gT. leaves a wife and four children. He .were here mr office. and h&a.'I.\fMJi
the estate of Martha Brown (colored)
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lion for
married a Miss Newsome. daughterof tax deed to
.. :Subscription One Dollar Per Year. W. S. Newsome, of O'Brien. Brother Mrs.' Roof returned from Jasper late of said County deceased; ante with law. Said
*- MM HPMMMB H M H H H M MMMl MMNO this morning.D. Now these .are therefore to cite
Parish lived a quiet life all his braces the following
admonish all and singular the
and
PAPER TOMORROW.The .
days such a life as any one would erty situated b& SQ _
M. Sears of Mayo. Is here on kindred and creditors of said deceased -
anniversary of the Natal Day do well to Imitate. He connected Florida to-wit: ICAtUl
business today,. to be and appear before this '
himself with the Baptist church at southwest one-foss -
although
round agala and ot
rolls tomorrow
Court ,on the 26th day of July A. .
ML Pisgah about three years ago. Township 1. '
we don't think much of the White Springs.Is 1907. and file objections If
S. G. Calpepper. of D. any being .
modern band. of Fourth of July Since which time he has lived a con- here today. they have to the grantlngletters The said land
Blatant Christian and was much beloved data of the issuance "
patriotism from which the favor of aforesaid otherwise letters will be Gt
by his church. He was clerkof cate in the name of
the true, article has nearly departed
very Miss Mabel Parker of Georgia. Is granted to said applicant If he can
we Join with the rest In his church at the time of his death Co. Unless said
visiting friends in Wellbonu, duly qualify. as prayed.
'F celebrating the day shutting the shop and desired the office of a deacon Witness my hand and seal of said redeemed accordingwill to_
_y 'and. going afishlng. Our merchantswill which is a good work. I issue thereon fra tbd
CoL L. "E. Roberson was, reportedsome Court at the Courthouse of said County -
Brother Parish bore his sufferingwhich August. A. D. 1907.
close their stores
tomorrow better this morning. this the 24th day of June.'A.. D.
-wf many people. will leave town to enJoy was of several weeks duration I Witness
s an outing at the various springs with Christian fortitude and was perfectly 1907. ,seal this mY-I'll' d&:ot
J. B. Brown and wife of Houston (Seal) J. W. CONNER,
,, and parka In easy ,reach, the Fourth resigned to the will of our County Judge of and fax Suwannee 1907.
were here yesterday.
is. a national and legal holiday and Master and said nothing was in his County Florida. w6-2S-4t I. 16.

S3: there will be no Dally Democrat way. his alling and election was Clerk Circuit Court Saw
yesterdayfrom
here
I Roy Helton was .
tomorrow.. The American people ty. Florida.
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sure.Therefore Porter's Station.
don't celebrate the great anniversary Be it .Resolves. First i ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

in the same spirit as formerly, for That In the death of Brother Parish: Notice to creditors legatees dis xoncE.
Mrs. Della Green went to Dowllng
provincial in the our church sustains a loss that Is ir-
we are no longer Park this morning. tributees and all. persons having To Whom It Mar Cotes -
old sense, and the desire to blow and reparible such a noble and consecrated -i claims or demands against the estate Notice is hereby give
brag and hear: the eagle'scream and Christian as he was. his place Is
of J. R. Newlan late of Suwannee'County Board of County
twist the tAIl of the British lion never filled until he reaps the re-.1 John Tippett and son. of EUaTllle.

which tickled us so Immensely n the ward of the righteous. are In the city today. Florida to present said i Suwannee County, Fioiida,
the 23d day of July A, ft
childhood of our national life, has departed Resolved Second. The state and claims or demands to me at Dowllng
I I I -o'clock a. nt, meR
with our proTinelalism. Largely county loses a peaceable and useful The Woodmen's picnic at Dowllng :Park, Florida within one year from

shorn of Its historic and patriotic citizen, his generosity was unsurpassed Part on the 10th. the first publication of this notice 'county Assessor of Taxa
County at the clerk'sOak.
associations by the Intervention of as a neighbour; he was a loving NOTICE.W. or this notice will be plead In bar of .
Florida, for lie
new issues in nowise related to the husband and a kind hearted father. allowance out of said estate.W. I

old, we all enjoy the day simply be- Resolved, Third. That we extend to O. W. Picnic will be A. NEWLAN I renewing and eqaaHifej

cause It gives us a "lay off" and a the bereaved ones our heartfelt sympathy Administrator of estate of J. R.Newlan sessment rolls of said
brief respite from toil and that Is in this sad hour of affliction. held at Dowling Park, July deceased. 6-2 8-91 for the pnrpcofrof k arfxf<

reason enough to welcome it, even if Resolved Fourth. That a page in all be and receiving testlmocy s
10th. Let
we had never heard of Thomas Jef- the church records be inscribed to his present. Carter and a child of Mr. and Mrs. value of any property.mJ i

ferson and the Declaration of Inde- memory and that these resolutionsbe Reduced rates on all roads. Rutherford. Mrs. Carter has been ill al as fixed by the CTOJHJ

pendence. But it's a great day. all printed in the Suwannee Democratand for some time and her demise was of Taxes for the purpose 1

the same, and It would be a sure that a copy be furnished his not wholly unexpected. She was the for the present year,

sign of national degeneracy if we fall- Letters from Mr. Sherwood written wife of Judge Lamar G. Carter of W. A. _

ed in Its general observance. And wife.Done and .ordered bythe church after reaching Kansas; 'City, state that place who has several relatives Chairman Board Count

that will never be, as long as the "while In conference. June 22, 1907. that he found hLj,llttfe',son, Frank and hosts of friends here who sym era.Attest.

= supply of kids and cannon. crackers Signed by: to be no better and that his stay pathize with him In his irreparableloss. : _

hold out. J. W. CARVER. might be prolonged.. J. W. BRTSOX, Get :.
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I CLEARANCE SALE







Beginning. Saturday JULY 6th for 16 days only.


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Clothing Hats and Shoes



The Goods we carry in Stock are known by every body to be of the very best quality 1


i and workmanship nothing shoddy- comes on our shelves. In fact we can offer you the .j 1:


very best goods in the city. BEAR this in mind when purchasing, also remember that.)


Ft it pays to buy the best.OLOTTHING. 1


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4 CLOTHING =



We will offer ready-to wear clothing at prices Few :
Suits left in odd sizes and neat patterns
that will insure. tremendous sales of popular
our
will suits a."t"
we offer at $6.75 each. These
Hart Shaffner and Marx and fMichaels -
suits. =
worth
: $10.00 to $12.00 in any market
Stevens suits. .:Regular $25.00 $22.50and, $20- >

00. Suits will go at $16.75..i& Regular $18.00 7-j' Odd Rants

$16.50 and $15.00 Suits will go [fat. $J2.50. i

E'_- ., Regular $12.00 and. $10.00 Suits 3wffl!| gogat In Blue, stripes and flannels, nobb y and ue* '

\ 900. :. ; atterns. You should not miss these. A 1ineof

-$1.00 and $1.25 Shirts will be closed out at 7&
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-3 Shoes I

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J. & Al. Well ,/, : Hats

kno\vnJohnso n&

N Shoes Al u r p h at y $6.00$5.00 ? j Straws in this


during this Sale ; Seasons Goods

... only. --. ..JTt '/ Panamas f
/ and finest

1 FAMOUS! straws at /
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SHO -Walkover and Craw

ford Shoes at Cost. actual cost.

During this SALE. Copyrig\t' 1906 by -

m Hart; Schaffner_E _Man Newest Shapes


A last opportunity. for fine Summer Clothing.at reduced Prices :


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BUTLER BROTHERS MENS OUTFITTERS



Live Oak, Florida.

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