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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 9, 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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LIVE OAK FLORIDA. TUESDAY JULY 9. 1907'.

-;. i.z.-., ... TEN CENTS A WEEK.

Lk: : :SEPARATE COACHES,:- I' "HOW BEAUTIFUL EVERYTHI ILG LOOKS IN 'OHI01" 1

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., "- SCIiMiTZ GETS -5 YEARS
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SION SENTENCED IN JUDGE: DUNNE'S

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t. Be Afforded-the Decision "

.' Rendered am ImportantOne t'G Said He Was There to Receive Sentence

and Not to Be Made

t ii S f'I Public Spectacle

'b 1ngton D. C., July 8.-The

ate Commerce Commission In .
San
% Francisco July 9. Mayor
'
rfon today In the case of Geor- \ P' Eugene E.
Schmltz
convicted of extortion
Edwards a negress against the <
4 S was yesterday sentenced to
rifle.' Chattanooga & St. Louis L.,..... ,-' five years In the penitentiary. The
ad held that where a railroad .
sentence followed the
s recent conviction -
,certain accommodations for ; '
<:', xt of Schmitx for extortion of
'
it-class passengers of the white t -. : $1,175 from'French restaurant keepers .

:,it "Is commanded by law that I of San Francisco.As .
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C i','accommodations: shall be pro- < the last words fell from the

,I for negroes who have purchased j, fa ,, ;c.1'; Judge's lips, the great crowd that had

tickets. It holds ,that In S ,stood throughout the dramatic scenes

j ease the, road unduly and'unJust- C3 ,.(. ,.oDonaheu '. Ecnt up a thunderous cheer. "Good

ted In some particulars for you" shoater a man in the backof

colored passengers and -;: the room. His remarks were

,;that where a railroad provides echoed and reechoed by one after

bowl and towels in coaches in Cleveland Plain D.a.,.. I another of the spectators. a

|;Wte pasengers and separate Judge Dunne. In pronouncing sentence -
Y
,- compartments similar ac- ,SAFE ROBBERS ARE AT IT. Good Job on Schmitx said;
for Gus
Brown.
NOTED
', dons should be provided for EDITOR'S WIFB DIES. "It can be said that the verdict of

passengers paying similar fare. Blow Open Safe at dewberry and GetAway (Metropolis( 8th.) the Jury in this case had a deeper

-:complainant who had pur- With Contents. Some men are born great others Mrs. Adrian P. Jordan of Punta significance than ordinarily attachesto

"8;:first-class ticket from Chat- (Jacksonville Metropolis. 8th) have greatness thrust upon them. Gorda, Passes Away. the finding of guIlt. It Is a message

;Ten, to Dalton Ga., was Governor Napoleon B. Broward has Punta Gorda July 8.-Mrs. A. P. to all the people in the city of

1,from,the car for white pas- Postmaster D. T. Gerow today received appointed M. Augustus Brown ofi ..ordan. wife of Editor Jordan, of the I San Francisco that law and order are

to, cue for negroes she al- Information from A C Read Jacksonville "to be State Inspector of Herald died at 5:15 o'clock yester-. supreme that no man. however exalted -

,because_ of her color, and was postmaster at Newberry Fla., stating, naval stores for Florida. The Job day after his station or how strong and
morning ten weeks' illness.
led equal facilities that the safe of Tucker & Rolands, Is a good one, and pays between powerful the political, social and financial

si aer Lane who rendered.eoamissiou's at that place was blown and $2.500 and $3,000 per annum. Two weeks ago her condition Im- influences surround him is

decision today robbed last open Governor Broward has certainly proved, and preparations were made above the law. Eugene E. Schmitx

on Saturday night and, been good to "Gus" Brown. Brown for Mrs. Jordan to spend the summerin you have. heretofore, occupied the

,. aTtbe broad question of right that the considerable robbers. money was ,securedby was chosen by ex-Governor Jennings Virginia but a relapse resulted in highest office which the city of San

rta 13thand 14th amendments to be supervisor of registration of death In spite of the combined effortsof Francisco can confer upon one of her

ijCa&stltntion: to'segregate the' Among the ill-gotten gains?was a Duval county. When Governor Bro local and neighboring physicians.The citizens. You were elevated to that
k check for $60 in favor of Holder
D. H.
'position because
t,ud'tolored. has been upheld8sireme ward was inaugurated he selected funeral services were'conductedin of the confidenceand

i ;Court of the United and drawn by Postmaster Gerowof "Gus" Brown as his private secre- the Episcopal church "at 2 o'clockby trust reposed In you by the mass
this city. Mr. Holder is a rural of the--."
it-
Rev.
tary. Later when W. Bloxham, Rudolph Stanley who came
delivery carrier and is paid fom the "I am here.
,
from Arcadia for interrupted SchmiU.in
\ opinion concludes: Plckett. sheriff of Duval county died. 1_ this purpose. The .
therefore Jacksonville postofflce. Governor I DO<1y. In the presence of sorrow- a voice. though onset and controlled a
j the reasonable- Broward appointed Brown I many -----
A few days ago safe robbers"oper- that carried
to
lug friends was Interred in Pine- the far corners
rach regulations as to inter- to succeed him. In the subsequent
ated at Sanderson Fla., and secured apple River of the room, "to receive sentence at
cemetery. Miss
I jtoseager-traffic 1* established, election Brown was a candidate to Agnes
about 1000. These robbers seem V.: Crenshaw was born in Sumter your hands and not to be humiliatedby
|ao n_tans follows that carriers succeed himself and received 276
to give-their attention to small towns a lecture which the
'nate between white and votes out of a poll of over 3600. county Florida December, 1865; newspaperscan
and resIdents"and business houses in married In 1883 to Adrian P. Jordan. repeat In print"Judge
I$passengers in accommodations Governor Broward then called Brownto
small municipalities and country Her Dunne paid no attention to
entire life
in
was
spent Florida
t they furnish to each. The prin- a clerical position during the last
towns should be on their guard. the interruption.
t toast govern is that carriers' session of the Legislature and now except two years at Thomasvllle Ga.

|dime equally well all passeng- has made another berth for him In Besides her husband she leaves four "You were elevated to that position -
The Park Celebrated on the Fourth. sons and one daughter the latter and I say, because of the confidence
r white or colored pay- making him State inspector of naval
and trust reposed In ."
earns fare. Failure to do this Two days downpour failed to stores to succeed J. R..Parker. The three sons Just grown. Mrs. Jordan yon-

atlon-, and subjects the dampen the patriotic ardor or keep position pays one-quarter of a cent was a devoted Christian woman leader I' Attorney Melson interposed: "We
in social and club life are here to take sentence not to be
1 to'nndoe and unreasonable the people away from Dowling Park on every barrel produced in this city. of Punta "
the Fourth. The three Gorda and will be greatly missed. lectured. We-
ad disadvantage.' on glorious "
"Mr. Melson said Judge Dunne
counties of Suwannee. Lefayette and who heard It.
BAI5BRIDGE WAY warmly "{f _you intemnt_ hoes___ nro..
Madison which corner near the Park Mr. W. M. Bennett then introducedthe ijysterious Disappearance. 'n ;r-- of'
ceedings again I will send you to Jail.
ine Blind Tiger's Claws, were represented by hundreds of orator of the day. Col. I. J. Carter The Tampa correspondence of
You would be
ferld in far better business If
<;e Searchlight) families from the farms and near by of Live Oak. Nothing but a ver- Times-Union of 8th, says: "William
Yoiday there you were here begging for a day In
,was something towns and villages while during the batim reproduction of the oration Rice a former clerk at the DeSoto
court to answer the charge that
one you
.
lathe City- Court. ItWt day eleven trains each brought its could do it Justice. It was historical, hotel of ,this city mysteriously disappeared -
wilfully and
of one John K. Brown I quota of pleasure-seekers from more instructive patriotic and polished a from his home on Ross Improperly attempted"to
tamper with a Juror in this case.
unit Tender, who was accnsa distant points until there were as- worthy production of one of the best avenue early yesterday morning and ;

a 'Blind Tiger*-that sembled what was said to be the minds In the State. The singing of though diligent search has been made DISPERSED A MOB. f

selling liquor without laThe w largest crowd ever seen in this section "Way down upon the Suwannee for him by his wife no trace of wherehe ti

case was tried be- of the state. River," and the "Star Sprangled has gone has yet been found. !

I of*Intelligent and upright At the time for the beginning of Banner" by the Park Glee Club were Early In the morning his wife wentto Had Gathered at laU to Mob a Negro ;

*** John Brown was proven the program the rain took a fresh heart-warming features that will be the office of the City Transfer Company Man t .

t a shadow of doubt start necessitating a postponement long remembered.A on Polk street and opened up New Orleans July 8.-A special ;

fixed his sentence at 12 until the afternoon. The playing of fine slippery pole stood ready for i the establishment as has been her from Covlngton. La., says that the 1'; .

bard labor in the chalngang a march by the. 'Fifth City Band use and an excellent road had been usual custom Mr. Rice, who Is also sheriff of St. Tammany parish and :}

I !'fig fine.egad brought into view a procession of especially prepared for the contestsof employed there generally followingher several deputies have Just succeeded 1 I,

with selling liquor youth and beauty costumed In the speed and skill. The exhibitionsof In a short time. After waitingfor In dispersing a mob which had gath-

last Sundayrunning"Plead a National colors and representing each speed and horsemanship were of a some time for his coming Mrs. i i ered there for the evident purpose of I I. '

guilty to the state in the Union. Columbia was high class and immensely enjoyed by Rice returned home and discoveredthat 'lynching a negro alleged to have at-

W got 13 months in the worthily represented by the stately all. The tournament was entered by her husband had left with a tempted an assault on a white woman j '

's- lght, just the same as s Miss Ruby Jordan elegantly attired, but few, but the riding and skill in suit case packed with his clothes haying near Covington early yesterday.The .

4 In placing these pen leading the column.In taking the ring will certainly provea also packed his trunk as If fora woman was attacked while-In t

Sarrell made it plain perfect order the procession great stimuus to our young men long trip. During the day Mrs. bed a few minutes after her husband 'j!

Ewa on Blind Tigers formed a semicircle near the speake to become better acquainted with the Rice received a telegram from Car- had left home. She and two young

at1i11 to exterminate all who stand each representative with a saddle and take better care of their ter's station that her husband had children succeeded In beating the "I

train at that and off and several hours later
In off point man
the gotten a
cases not horses. :
small flag held by the right hand and I
_their claws so that extending across and in front of the The Park Hotel had expected a she went there in search of him but tided a negro arrested for the Idea'l' _
alt his whereabouts When the mob gathered at the
ascertain
far failed to
Possibly the number of guests .
grow out and left shoulder a momenta pause and i crowd, but ... .
to tae peace and good an immense flags was hoisted way I exceeded the most sanguine expecta- and returned to this city last night Sheriff Brewster addressed Its mem- _,-
have been high- much distressed about her husband's bers and announced that the law
county for twelve down the center of the circle and with tions. The committee
Rice has should take Its if he and
the success of sudden departure. Mr. course even
;t all eyes fixed upon it was given a ly complimented upon
borne splendid reputation here as his deputies had to sacrifice their '
fie that Auxiliary Committee a
any person n thrice repeated salute with a precis- their efforts. The '
< iateliigence received the highest an Industrious sober and steady lives in defending the prisoner. t _
will en- slon. beauty and impressiveness that of ladles
M. *
Ui ate the delightful exercises I young man and his precipitate leaving .
.. business the will never be forgotten by those who encomiums for
t whom they of the city has elements of considerable J. W. Wells of O'Brien is here today
,. bound, to put saw It. The singing of America was by the children by
i mystery about It"I on business.
,
And his discoverywe the leadership had been dressed and drilled. "
then announced, and under "\
,
We under of the Park Glee Club, and PROGRESS. of
f I Roy Porter's Station Kent Lewin arrived home yester-

LOBI t there swill be jio Band accompaniment the vast assem- returned to her was transacting business in Live Oak. day, and is being heartily greeted by
to i description run- blage sang America with a patriotic Mrs S. S. Sanfard $
his friends.
soon, ardor that thrilled the hearts of all home In Perry yesterday. I yesterday. many f't


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Troubles seem to catch up quick It would be interesting to hear the I Heaven is a place where you can Revenge.

est with the man who is worrying 4 experiences of the men who found I sit after death, watching your heirs He--Tin going to bring Jolt home
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about how to avoid It. t out>> the truth of the moral codes. spending the wealth you amassed on with me to dinner tonight.

earth. She--Oh. mercy dear don't! It's

"'-"- The Smile Kodol will nourish and strengthen the cook's day out and I'll have to

that wont come off apPears on baby's your digestive organs and furnishthe The Charming Woman cook dinner! LaxatircFrtPleasant

face after one bottle of White'sCream natural digestive Juices for your is not necessarily one of perfect form "Never mind; I owe Joltjone. any-
stomach. it will make you well. "
Yonkers Statesman.
Vermifuge the great 'worm and features. Many a plain woman way: to tafe
Kodol digests what you eat. Sold by
medicine. Why not, keep that smile Live Oak Drug Store. d-w who could never serve as an artist's.
All The World The new laxative,
on babjs {ace. If you keep this model possesses those rare qualities
that all the world admires: neatness, I knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
medicine on hand you will never see Instinct is a sense given to the not gripe or nay
lower animals that keeps them from clear eyes clean smooth skin and r has no superior for Rheumatism
3 any thing else but smiles on his face. Cures stomach;
the sprightliness of step and action
acting as foolish as men. Stiff Joints, Cuts. Sprains. Lumbagoand
r Mrs. 8--. Blackwell. Okla.. writes; that
good health, A
accompany phy- and do c
troubles
all pains. Buy it, try it and you
"My baby was peevish and fretful Live The sically weak woman is never attractive -
Long King
Would not eat and I feared he would is the Euro- not even to herself. Electric will always use it. Any body who stipationbyrcsiesdnatural
popular cry throughout
has used Ballard's Snow Liniment is
die. I used a bottle of
White'sp Bitters restore weak
ean countries: while in America women give action of&ri
a living proof of what it does. All
Cream Vermifuge and he has not
the cry of the present day is "Long strong nerves bright eyes smooth
had a sick day since. Suwannee velvety skin beautiful complexion. we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. ach, liver sad BeRslre. *
live Dr. King's New Discqvery, Kingof
Price 25c, SOc
Drug Co. d-w and $1.00. Suwannee -
Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover
.
Throat ond Lung Remedies!
Drug Co.
d-w
Druggists. 50 cents d-w
of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine.
Dreams are the guide-posts along suoagwIe't

the life-way that point ambition toward Trnro. Mass.. says: "It never fails The average woman prefers goingto Always.

's.ceess.JIM to give immediate relief and to I church to going to the theater,'because Ketchum-What's the biggest

quickly cure a cough or cold." Mrs.Paine's she can keep her hat on in part.of a fish? L
Kennedy's Laxative Cough church. Eaton-The head? '
opinion is shared by a majority -
syrup. Contains no opiates. It Ketchum-Nope; the tale.-Kansas p
of the inhabitants of this t
drives the cold out of the system by country. City Times. {
A Wonderful
gently moving the bowels. Contains New Discovery cures weak lungs and Happening. i

Honey and Tar and tastes nearly sore throats after all other remedies Port Byron. N. Y.. has witnessed DeWitfg Little
Early Risers. Small
a*good as maple syrup. Children have failed; and for coughs and colds one of the most remarkable cases of sure safe pills. Sold Live Oak '
like it. Sold by Live Oak Drug healing ever recorded. Amos F. by
it's the only sure cure. Guaranteedby i
Drug Store. a
Store. d-w d-w caused btttls
King of an
that
Barclay & Groover. Druggists.50c place says: "Bncklen'sArnica too m a d Ja ,

Awaiting The News. I and U.OO..Trtal bottle free. Salve cured a sore on my Stamina. had attacks shortness of I of brt 10* i.

t 'You're up early this morning, d-w leg with which I had suffered over Virginia Why, I heard she ha vb&

sir.** said the milkman "Out for a 80 years. I am now eighty-five." died of old age! dezpaandgessw sy S o

little fresh air, I suppose." Foresight. Guaranteed'to cure all sores by Bar Phllomena-That is an error. She heart This crods usferes

"I dunno" replied Popley.Mcan't "You Insurance agents are a care- clay & Groover Druggists. 25c. had a very severe attack but is quite with its sctb4'becao'ds
tell whether its an heir or an heiress bunch recovered.-Brockton Times tins thi heart
less growled Mr. Busyman. d-w
yet. I've Just been for the doctor" lt
"You're the third that's been in here t
Philadelphia Press. Kodi
,today and not one of you has shut A diplomat is a fellow wise enough Your Liver

y I the door after him." to administer a whipping
and talk is out
r_ When there is the, slightest indication I "That's not carelessness," answered you into taking it as a compliment. bad of order. You go to bed in a For Dy Pi

of indigestion, heart burn' the humor and get up with a bad
agent.wit's a matter of pre- b
,';. flatulence or any form of stomach j(I caution."-Cleveland Leafter.I Was in Poor Health for Years taste in your mouth. You want tlgssts what Ton 1

t trouble take a,little Kodol occasion-]I I something to of ib. heart and to :
Ira W Kelley of Mansfield. stimulate your liver ttnn'"ts and
ally and you will get prompt relief. l Quick: relief for Asthma Sufferers Pa..[Just try
writes; "I in Herbine the liver regulator
*J was poor health for
.. Dtlll:'; St S3u'u idea Q teI y { S _R ttt.er4ad. Tar Affords lot- twoS A
positive L' s.'
> QictCQeCt: Cc.: -t. cure for Constipation. membraaAe
'x r mrdife vefief is-c After the ean gets sr !
'emptiuess. It is might? Kaki to m It will 1fft a care. City ,Pharmu7 :able money eou1Unghplcian1l !<<. i"-. FL ')1z Texas wriss;
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1- again. 1I I d-... r without obtaining any marked benefit "'R&\ used H rfclae la my JazaSi?

but was cared by Fotey. for years. Words ?n't express what e
A Memorable Day The one thing in all the world that Kidney I
I i Cure and I think about it. Everybody la
One of the days we remember with cannot be wholly mended. Is a faith testimony IMd

s pleasure as well as with profit tour o that has been broken. I cause of restoring my household are happy and well

health is the one on which we C the health of others." Refuse and we owe it to Herbine. Suwan

became acquainted with Dr. King'sNew A cleansing clean cooling soothing substitutes. City Pharmacy, nee Drug Co. d.w.Man' *
the painless purifiers I
Life Pills .
healing household
remedy is: d-w
that cure headache and biliousness :
} DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel I. 4 propensity to keep getting
and keep the bowels right 25c The
man who
Barclay & Groover's Drug Store. atl I,Salve. Sold by Live Oak Drug Store. better advice about has failed can give Into ways of wickedness gives the

d-w 'l d-w* than the man who has avoiding auceeeded.I failure I: preachers and the lawyers a means me 3ii98 -.

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: 00"THE LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT.'ffiDAY iyIY 0. ..
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Abraham Lincoln PI..ned.ew: Flaw.
of Georgia Deeply Stirred live Oak
'*B the Ple M'f'g. Co. A traveler putting: Tip at a o MA.
was a who
man
Proposed Prohibition law. against an odds;,,, .
bj the "Boots"
"f class hotel brought a*
;. } attained the highest honor a man
Atlanta July 7.-It Is safe;to.say ,- '" .. with his angry storming -
that nO Question has more "agitated MaflBfactarers of could get Ia the United States. Bal- "Want your room changed sirt:<-

tfee Georgia public mind since thIngham e lard's Horehound Syrup; has attain What' the matter, sir?"

state prohibition bill Lumber ed & place, never equaled by any The room's all right*"* fumed the

ciaJne 10 near enactment,. as the ,segame : ;. .Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights other like remedy.; It Is a sure cure guest scorchlngly, "It's the' 'fleas,I

question In the shape of the for Coughs Colds. Bronchitis Influenza object to that's aH.* **
state Power and "Mrs. Blobbsl"bawled the "..BootaIn "
gardman and Covlngton .I prohibition Turrpentine. and all Pulmonary; diseases.
bills now before the Senate Every mother should keep supplied an uninterested sort ot voice "the

,vA the House. Electric with this wonderful cough medlcize. gent In No. S is satisfied with hit

Talk to any member of the General Lights in any part of the city furnished for Suwannee Drug Co. d-w. room; but he wants the fleas chang

gently If'he be prohibitionist, and Residence or Business Houses at eeL"Illustrated Bits.
a reasonable
very rate.
i. wW ay there la no question what- Careless.

"- ever about, the enactment of state Electric power-Day and night current-for manufactur "Your Cook- .
When hear crying for
prohibition at this session. If he be ing "Oh she is so careless that I don't you a man ;

on the fence or the other side of the purposes. believe she could drop a remark the recognition of merit it Is a sign

he will express the belief without breaking her word."--Smart that the fact that he has none has
,elation
Wholesale I
or the fear that the measure will be and retail Ice-out of City orders have special Set. been recognized. .

nuaed up to the Governor for his attention
and all orders aromptly fulled.

",ipature. If the state prohibition We . I. . . . . . . I. . . . .
fcjfl reaches the Governor he will wi give you good prices on low grade ceiling and It

dca it. for be has already so stated flooring. Come and i : OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT

H his Inaugural address-the speech get our prices.FLORIDA .j

that va designed and intended as his is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is

first menage to the General Assembly broad enough to accommodate all, and i,

Lobbying for Prohibition. RAILWAYSCHEDULE. HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:

b prohibitionists have gone to
The LThe young folks with their small savings. .
*ork In,force all over the state. They
art gathered here In Atlanta In great CONNECTS WITH ALL;TRAINS ON s. A. U KT. ANB A.
wmbers. and they are busy. If the to procure a home or ja competency for old age.
is 5owu. c&xTa4L: ftJI& 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and'
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aatMobbytag bill were on the statute ILUJ 111'. ,
tI the income
books,it Is not sure but some of them No. No.1. I provided.
voold come within the restrictions of Mizs ?gt. Mail No.Mail L Local Na F., .. 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.
> t Epreaa STAnON& a ad
t.:. tu provisions. SUIl Q. Da :F. Exp Ex THE FIRST NATIONAL l BANK Lire Oak Florida
On the other hand the Interests" op- &u.dQ. i l
: :
;'s podag state prohibition have like .
\ vitt gone to work and It Is their an- 1 ao a m I ao pm Ly --- .-......1Jy.oak_.,,.. ..-A 1O 60 a.. 5 40 p.
.
k L loaned Intention to use every legitiFy foam DpmLv-. Por---.r." L. 010.m 6iep.. '

guts means to defeat the measure. 06 a m I it p lID LY-S"t ......_----L..10 r2 'imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiHiSEABOARD

l." It a recent large gathering of Atlanta 1. a m a ZiI pm LY__. ----L > J Y. aID S 00 pm
10 a m
business men strong resolutions Itir'ktood 446 p ms.1
Lv
310 a m CI8 p m ----. -- J Y.
10 10 a m ..
were passed opposing this legislation 8 40 a m t It p- Ar-- .. ......WiIoaz h. .,_ -'-. ,-. 4ap
j and for various business rea- a 6o a m Ly w ....--Ar. ID ._20 p m

.10. m Ar_.... _L5n.iflo___."._ .
i; re-lsuons .so. m Ly .Lae__ Airline Railway.

:. City Council of Atlanta and Savan- 9 GO a m Ar..__. .. WiJmaJIth.... .
O 0o a" m t m L ..... wib-t ..
bodies and other p m ---"- ---- A0.9
Btb, by the trade 9675 C Upm
'. rpnlxatlons of these and other cities 1016 a m 4 1-1 Pili Ly __snwan s RiYer-1.Y. Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines
r 9 65 a m 41! p.. ,
tt tee state.S 10 ZO a m C ao p III Lv------..----.N"L"r-s- J Y. 913 tya a it p m Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

Xot Local Option. IOse.m 410 p. Ar.. .Ka7Q.-...... ........__..._.L.. Philadelphia and New York
!4
Do Oppose "'; "="= a m *
to fO a m" Ly ....... A.. 1.5pm

Tbe e, interests do not oppose the 10 I 60 a m Ar.----,,,,,__ --.Alto.2.s.26...- J.Y.
e eawtment of legislation the effect 55. L Y ..It.oa.. .. .... TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS .J ftILY

tI wkich will be to prevent the ship- 1106 a m Ar._.....-_? .....Kayo.C .-. ..__.,....,,._ _L..
I ... .. ..,,_
.<.t of liquors Into dry counties. 10. .. a pm Ly -- M' A'. SJ a 40 p ma

? r eke most part they believe ,that m C. p m Ly- S-ir'.. : A' 9 d0 a ... Il5p_ Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

nek a bill ought to be passed and 11 a m t 53 P"Ly_....._...Sa1 9RAa-d ...-.... ..._1v. .15 .m 115.mAakoli.

sat those communities which go dry 11 a. ilOpmL._.--_ ....- --L.. 906am 2Rpma I

ftftt) which want to be dry should Ly rA ... ..-IoY.
kae the means of enforcing genuineambition .IUpm charlir K L. 9 00 a Iii P" Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
Ski
Mam5n.m ; -w--- ------- 6 53.-1.p.
within their borders. TheYeiactment'of
16a iLy- -F fl 7__...LL
m Il5pm a 16 a _
w such a law as this I., tl0.
L. ,,..-.De55 ark-_......-Ly.
IC
weld go a long way towards remoTbf a. 'Q pm 2"i lJ8aJD I.Upm The Jamestown Exposition Line .

15 the most powerful argument now II" 0 iiOP.f dr.--"'--.pen'J'__ _....-LY., a -120 IJ ..

fanned ia favor of state prohlbJw IUl NORFOLK, VA.

sad would leave the cities and
?1111i sBbU SZOU 'ckets on Sale Daily
Mr densely populated and better re-
..__
,_( 'ftIt '-Mb Ps.ei cri R.ar-ate W a55.l.-st5p. tos.agst.tba
\\. <1i \ 'U \r- r. r. Ar,9> r.8.o.rfae.e3..aW.

the pome their own policies la the. .8a...- a.-u Pamenav..,.,,&. For 172D information and Sleeper reservations call on, any scent
'iruery of Seaboard, or write,

ytWtu }< i* well known that GOT. Smith 1 ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Gent Pass.A/rent. Jacksonville. Fin ;

!, y4 Mei.tate prohibition standing as' Cruel Criticism.

l Mated_ : ,for local option and for Sculpter (to his friend)-Wdi,

rtt&rcement ot local option bywetmeat I I what do you iiiak of my bust? Fine

__ of such legislation for : piece of marble, isn't it? a

lott.ot dry counties, as is9iggeatea } Magnificent- What a
i iy
to have made a bust of It. It
i : It Is the purpose ofi pity .
i o I Atlantabusiness interests and would have made a lovely mantle- 1'1ASure

.' at' other cities to enlist the In-. pIece.-Bon Vivant-

m ot the OoVernor, If possible BOTTLED..
f fifth, direction. 'I During the summer kidney irregularities S

:Sot are often caused by excessive
a Campaign Issue,
drinking or being overheated. At-
ilMs "aa not an issue $n the cam-
tend to the kidneys at once by using
.' and, in fact practically all of
s1s aadidates stpd upon the local Foley's Kidney Cure. City Pharmacy AS GOOD to en-

"VtaUorm It cannot; be said d-w IS thuse over as the

.' leU- !, therefore that the peo- game itself. It is t
aoded, state prohibition at the You can never convince some men the best drink for all Cure forFdtamwtiam.Cos.>

that all men were born sinners. recreations and out- Sores* Corns, Bunions #
l Galls Bruises. Contracted Muscles Lame Back, Stiff Joints
ings and for business. Frosted Feet Born Scalds, ate. 1
Borhaaa testifies after 4 years The best remedy for backache The tired worker,either AN ANTISEPTIC that atop Irritation subdues laflammabon. -
X Bwtans, the man at the office or and dri... out Pain
of Carlisle
s.1 Center weak kidneys inflammation of the ladies in the home PENETRATES the Pans, loosens the fibrous Tiua...
the
.writes: "About four years promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving the !fusels i
L t bladder is DeWitt's Kidney and Blad- find ideal refresh- '
5fOte iron stating that I had an natural ala Ucity. !
1 rely eared of a severe kid. der Pills. Their action Is prompt ing relief in bottled BEST UNIXKNT ON EARTH "
ape Coca-Cola It invigor- ONCE DID ALWAYS USEO
'*ibr taking less than two and sure. A week's tratment for

r N, Poley's: Kidney Cure. It %5c. Sold by Live Oak Drug Store. out ates undue delightfully stimulation with-, CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM E

moped the brick dust sedl- d-w and i
A relieves fatigue
S*. ::Qd pain and symptoms of brain fag as nothing Mrs. B. A. SbBpaoa, 500 Craig St.,Kaoxvin, ii iiii'l
use Tenu. writes - ,
disappeared. I am It is funny how much more a man earth will. Keepyourrefrigeratorstock :
else
on '
1 1 l*I that Hot Springs. Ark., for acUtie rheumatism, bat Ijet f
I have never had a than he will do -
will do for a woman more relief from BHrd's Snow Liniment t
MC Lay of those symptoms dur- for himself. ed with bottled Coca- than aa v medicine or anything I bave ever tried. 1
t -."-*X feast that have elapsed Cola. Bottled and Inclosed find postofficst order fer$1.00." Send me 3 "
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.jii ,_< evidently cured to stay Irritation. guaranteed by theJacksonville large bottle by Southern Kzpreaa. '
Without
aK'a ,1 heartily recommend Fol- Stimulation THREE SIZES: 25c. sac AND $1.00 J
That Is the watchword. That Is BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE t:;
Cure to Coca-Cola 4
suffer-
any one
> what Laxative Fruit Syrup Snovi Liniment Co. ;
Ballard
&. ..-! 4_ ney o? bladder trouble. Orinp Bottling Co.JACKSONVILLE .
d-w does. Cleanse and stimulates the ST. LOUIS. U S. A. f
FLA.
"it bowels without Irritation In any form ,

t\At ;NOTICE.W. City Pharmancy. d-w

IrJIok Picnic will be SOLD AND RECOMMENDED: BY h

ding Park July A man never knows what he Live Oak Bottleing Works 1
,
marriage until after miss-I
ed before
,
) all be present married and then sometimes Distributors Suwannee Hamilton Taylor Suwannee Drug Company.t .

wall roads, wishes that he still missed it and LaFayette counties. :




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IdVE OAK. DULY DEMOCRAT TLESDa ry.n.-U" -
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1 VISIT 14 WW-R HCALTH AND PLEAsURE J ><
enterprise In which .he engagesWwanl ltEa.
III IMPORTANT ISSUE SETTLED.The an
UYE (OIK) DAILY BEMOCiUI fcfca'to ,stag: Inthe* ;saddle,'
Interstate Commerce Commisjsioa
put whip and spur with, all-his might DOWLING -
Published every Afternoon has at last settled and settled PAWAT
Except Sunday .- and come down the home stretch
rightly a large question in which we .
with, the vocal and spectacular effects
_
I of the South have peculiar and exclusive '
J.F.SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gT. to make It one of the most OOWK OPUS THE SUW&XSCC mru- '
;
interest and about which
vivid and memorable heats In Florida
'Entered at the Postofflce. Lire Oak. there has been more or less nervousness politics. The people la the grandstand Hotel

Florida.. as Second Class Mail Hat- among Southern people. We who have no money on the Mineral Springs and C

ter. November S. I10 refer to the separate coach law of the and
event are there to be entertained
Southern States, .l11ch'proTides for stirred to enthnsiam. and it isn't al- HOT AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. coca TABLE. Cow... =,a

THE LITE Oil PBBLiSffllG COIPiiT. the segregation of the whites and horse which WATER IN EVERY ROOM BILUARO TABLES '" _
the winning :
ways WELL EQUIPPED STABLES SHADY
CONNECTIONS. PAY :
negroes while traveling on the cars. PHONE
furnishes the most of thisThe
I7MILES.ltOMLlYEOAJC.ClWr
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be A Tennessee negress wanting to go to RATES REASONABLEADDRESS &cuur. COMECTIOJIJ U -
mailed to any part of the United Georgia lately made a case againstthe Champion says: UJteu
z States postage prepabv for '5.00 -It Is a little early In the campaignfor
Nashville Chattanooga & St.
i per year; $1.0 for six months; some Florida newspapers to inaugurate PORK HOTEL DOWLING PflRiC FLORIDA
Louis Railroad Company because she
$1.35 for three mcaths. or SO cents the -Jess tar policy in reference
t for fire weeks In advance. Delivered was ejected from the coach for the to the candidacy of T. J. L. '-

to any part of the city by whites. She claimed that as an interstate Brown who is ambitious to fill Sen- Local Overflow At noon today flre'was

carrier;.for 10 cents per week. traveler paying equal fare the In the Episcopal -
ator nailery's, place. Besides
with the whites she was entitled toequal
-jess laffs got Ignobly left once on The wile of Abe Wheeler colored alarm was given aid, th --"
The whole civilized world is accommodations with them and
a time and their reputation for prophetic who was some time ago shot by her Puny responded
foolishly gabbling about impendingwar could _,only get it by riding in the prof
In the died from
white. wisdom is not the best husband at Dowling Park short time the flames :
coach.
: between the United States and world. Mr. Brown Is all right. and the effect of the wounds yesterdayand 1I'eft
The Commission has.. just handed ed. The ire was '-:
Japan because a gang of toughs broke a man who is competent to honorablyand her remains were brought_ here tanned ty
down a decision which fully sustains la the Live !flue and the ->;:
intelligently serve Florida for burial dasag
San
up a Jap restaurant tn Francisco
the Southern contention for the .,
United States Senate. great. Mr. Grubb's tasSy u
and a number of our battleships hare separation of the races as being entirely -
Miss Louis Creech. one of Madi ly frightened and it =::
constitutional and at the same is sug
been ordered to the harbors on our *
The dispatch sent out to the country son's fairest belles who has been "
time lays down the obviously Just of the ladies fainted. Titprobably '>
Pacific coast. "We have had the most
the other day from a northwestern here for a month.. the guest of the

positive asuranees from the officials doctrine that negroes paring equal city telling of a bitterly Insulting aliases Broome. returned home today not exceed ;I$

in eontrol that' the talk of "war is fare with whites acre entitled in sep- quarrel between Senator Tillmaa and Miss Creech, occasionally visits Live covered by lasarue*.,
to -
arate coaches equally good a
Senator Dolliver seems to have had Oak. and has hosts of admiring
absurd and there is_no danger of anything commodations.. They have not been .
no basis whatever in fact and was a friends here. A
of that kind because there Is getting this and the large majorityof Wonderful Hsppesi ,
deliberate falsehood. It Is not credit-
them have not protested againstthe Port Byron, N. T
ass
BO reason for It. no cases bell butthe able to journalism that it continues in W. L. Taylor and L. B. Sutton have
discrimination but there are one of the most
stream of drivel still flows on In some parts of the country to producethe purchased a large tract of land In rwaaHtaJi
negroes traveling these days who
Increasing volume. Some of the depraved characters who invent Gadsden county, aDd left this morn- healing ever recorded &
Lave education and refinement and
powers across the sea would be glad such may well shrink from the conditions such stories and send them out to the ing fpr; Quincy to prepare the same King, of that place ajK

public to feed a morbid appetite for tobacco Both of these Arnica Salve
for a big crop. cured
to see' us Involved.Spain for Instance. they are frequently compelledto .. a sirs st
sensation., and no respectable newspaper hustlers and have
bat if we hare no war nntllwe mix face la the coaches provided for young men are leg with which I had
would tolerate such a fellow on ample means to back them in this
with Japan there is a long period of them. Paying as much money to its staff. Senator Tlllman is the enterprise. We feel certain they will 30 years. I am sow
ride as the whites do. they are entitled -
peace before us. The war talk ismerely to as good accommodations most lied about man in America and make a success of the undertaking, Guaranteed to cure aS i ssru4

to fill newspaper columns and and now that the Commission. has so it is always safe to heavily discount for they know no such word as faiL clay & Groover. DrBK jU.SttfATCH ]

provide highly seasoned food for blase decided the roads will doubtless con- any statement of alleged fact disparaging We heartily commend them to the
to him which first appearsin and Gadsden
minds. form to that decision. good people of Qulney _
a Northern paper. I
There will of course be no objection county.A !

.
to this among the Southern
The editor of the Dade City Star. College presidents while strong in enjoyable social event took
whites for all we sought or cared for very
im with. all the other .. academic discussion are not generally -
company & was to have the principle of segrega- place last evening at the home of Mr.

abiding people of the country who tin or separation thoroughly established credited with overmuch sagacity and Mrs. Chas. Rubenstein by Miss

keep themselves Informed on current and in this we have succeeded. the solution of the practical problemsof Mollie Rubenstein. Games were indulged eii

events is indignant at the way juries Now let every railroad company in government But President Wood- in. music played and elegant := 1t!

are turning I:ose murderers oa an the South promptly provide the row Wilson is evidently aa exceptionto refreshments served. Among those ,
this rule In his Jamestown g
unprotected pablie'The Star editor facilities required by the order of the present were: Misses Rebecca Sura- ;

moralizes oa the subject In this just Commission, and when this is done we speech he drove- the nail home when sky Rosa Surasky Sarah Surasky.

and forcible way: will have an end of all this negro he said: Magic Holmes. Bertha Mills. Susie \

"We think the people all over this howl al'out.JIm Crow cars.arid "One. realy responsible man in Gornto, Blanche Gornto. Beulah PRO 4 Th

land and country should punish materially abate race friction in con- jail. he said "one real originator of I Nelnv. Miss Wright. Mrs. Mangum

some of these murderers because each sequence except among those who the schemes and transactions whichare 'and daughter. Lottie. Mrs. Gornto \ BUYS

time one goes free it gives other lessj seek social equality for its own sake. contrary the public interest and Messrs. Julius Nathan Surasky,
: far human rife. You legally lodged in the penitentiary If you wish for eadaon tlc;aa;
respect hardly For such. as they a very different Mr. Pearce and Joe Rubenstein.Miss .
would be worth*more than a thousand watch with absolute sowjrfs
get a paper any day that does not remedy will be found than any provided
corporations mulcted In fines if meat y.--r ides of perirtin iii
contain an account of one or more ,
by the Interstate .Commerce Emma Parshley has mappedout
the reform is to be genuine and a revelation ba-
murder. A few lunging would pata Commission. per her lots In front of tie court

stop to to much of this reckless The Tallahassee Sun recently had mament. house. She proposes to open a street THEfOWARD

frffMpg and it should be done. Another an article on this question and we from Ohio avenue to Dowling street

thing to reckoned with is this take the following from it as a just The Tampa Evening News of the which she will name Court street. On
-f 29th nit. said "The editorial of
Alpowerful Pardoning Board. There statement of the case: page the south a strip of land twelve feetwide

.* oate attorney in Tallahassee that "The day coach given to negroesto the Jacksonville Times-Union was is left for an alley by the side 'VATCH-

boast that he has never failed to geta ride in is reported to be inferiorin never more ably written than now.**I of the hotel and the other land is -

pardon though it sometimes took and say or think what you will of it,
,
point of furnishing and cleanliness cut up into eight store building lots **
Let "sh-1 VEST
*
It still us
him but he did not faiL With remains Indisputably the]
years to the coach provided for the whites. f on Ohio avenue and twelve on Court

aSairs Uk. they are, how can anyoneepecx My own observation convinces me largest and best newspaper ever published -' street. ill staadard '- '
in Florida and the State
people respect the law: has
that this claim is justly made. The II
some other first-class too-
dailies
negro coach should be equal in every

A Utter. heart-breaking sorrow has respect to the white coach if the ne- the Tampa Tribune,. Times and News. FOR RENTFour sale byRADFOEi

een upon oar good friend. Editor gro pays the same rate that the the Jacksonville Metropolis the

Jertfaa. of the Pnnta Gorda Herald. white man does. This negro with Miami 'Metropolis, the .Gainesville

After zaaay: weeks of suffering his beloved whom I was talking is a graduate of Sun. the St. Augustine Record the .

wits bas and the Live Oak Democrat the dailies at The Jeweler
passed away one of the large universities. He i* a
Ocala (we do not get nice offices to let in the
sirf Ua husband and motherless a graduate of one of the largest them) and the

eJtJJ4rea are left. to the pings of a i medical schools in this country. He Pensacola Journal and News. Florida Lewin Building. Can be had UVTOAMUFLORIDA ,

grief ttr which there is no cure but j has traveled in Europe and studied dally and weekly newspapers will I in suits if wanted. Centrally

tie aad faith Mr Jordan Is so 'medicine in Germany and France.; compare favorably with any State in BOOT&

mairersaUy esteemed by his brethrenof His'tastes are developed. He should the South and the Times-Union h"lds. located sewerage and water i

tee press for his sterling qualities not"be made to ride in a coach devoted its own with any of the best of the ': connections in the Building. + *- s

that they all give him a very genuine partly to his use and partly to the country.-Tallahassee True Demo- 'I Moderate rent. Its' a Pretty '
crat.
and tender sympathy in his sore bereavement use of the news butcher with his

and mingle their tears slop from Coca-Cola and soda water Cool Pro

with his-Is his unspeakable sorrow. bottles and the odors of his rotten NO TRUTH IX IT. 1f

The man who has no faith beyond fruit; and as a traveling barroom for !ssOr

th*' things of sense and the narrow those who carry pocket flasks. He Row Between Tfllman aDd Dolliver a One five room cottage to

boundaries of his own short vision should not be required to ride in a Pure Fiction. let. This is right in the heart

<, and baiting l.glc is denied all hope coach with dirty floors,unsanitary upholstery Chicago July'6.-:In regard to special of tie city and is conveniently -

and consolation when the tragedy of and foul odors. This man reports sent from Jackson located for some business

death comes into his family circle and most of the other negroes who man.
Mich., recently to
and with ruthless grasp bears away have prospered like him. does not some newspapers

c Into the fathomless void the best beloved seek social equality. He does not regarding an alleged altercation be- I t

t of .his heart; but it is the perpetual wish to intrude himself upon the tween United States Senators Dolliverand > uIbfor

-i'!' strength and ineffable glory of i white people but he does wish, and Tillman. a denial of which leas We have some

religion that In the supreme crisis of has a right to demand equal accommodations sent by the Associated Press

;' life when death and the open grave when he pays the same at Jackson last night.correspondent Senator hoodaPropertiesVFwSaIe
-
come to strike down our pride and "
; fare. Dolliver .
tonight said:. ,1
hopes and overwhelm us with .despair -
"There is not a shred of truth:in
k its still small voice whispers to The Arcadia Champion takes the the story of an ,altercation. Senator these hot days

the aching heart that all Is not lost candidacy of CoL Brown for United Tillman spoke at Jackson on July our debooos Ice-Groan
and the grave Is only the portal tothe" 3 youngsters ?So1is& s
States Senator very seriously and rebukes and left on the same day for Louis Apply to the undersigned for ( to
better, the real life of which this ville. made I with 1
a Fourth of'July flavorings
is but the;germ.- In this beautiful those papers and politicians there the next day and! /le speech. for further information. ], Cream of the best ,_ tl,9
faith never to be quite uprooted from who have been disposed to get Chicago \ drink which as-. ylc
early on July 5. I have leaves a feelirzg
the most hopeless human and out of it. For not
heart some humor our part, seen or spoken to Senator rnthesoda clof
Tillmaa
which throws upon the heavy starless we hope the Colonel will run and put since March.". fountaa-

night of death the'thrilling tints of the same vim and vigorinto his ,r., i.... ac. -.J 1. st EDWARDS UlW CO.

a new dawn, we trust that our friend campaign that he does into his otherventures. Henry Wood and wife,-left SC.C.C00K

in Punta Gorda will find his refuge We don't think him likely morning for Jacksonville this Florida Boot
Lewin
and his comfort; and it w111 not tall to win out, but he would' add'the interest there will go to the and from. Buldmg Room 3.
mountains
him if he will ,but open his soul to to the race that a cheerful and, Carolina to of
I merqi spend the '
sum 'OtmIQ
r its tender ministration energetic character always does to, f.r i :.L.. .. _

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-- LIVE OAK n.STTAiflOUS -, .DEYoCR"1"_ ._...n-: ,.. '"' y....____ __--: .
=-= : c-- -- ; .: ,. .. .! 5" ___ ___ __ _______ 5
Remember .... ,
the
dress -- -- '
PERSON/US/ goods sale at -z.
AND The. Ladies' Emporium ; ; i ; i A good string:band wfil he i t: tM
on until ; : ; i ; i ii i ii ; ; ; ; ; ; i
M !Ii Thursday.'night.a .. -%tMrs. : i iNo' Park oa the tenth,and&&*eca4 train
(; .of. will leave tire Oat at 7 'Pttu ash
rtTTERS OP INTEREST BRIEFLY S.. C. Humphreys went out to returning,*leave the ,Park at eleven

:- CHRONICLED FOR DEMOCrAT Suwannee Springs today and will re- I p. m.. tor the 'benefit of those ifhO
;; BEADrEY main there. for a month. Claim wish to attend {he dance.

: .
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A numbersg .
party or Luke Clariey was fined $10 and*
COME AND THEY. 60 thirty from Georgia are spending the ... i'costs for his attack oa. J. J. Flyna
-
( day at Suwannee Springs. 4 an account of which was given In yes

: terday's paper. Mayor Johnson gave
C. H. Dame organizer of the Wood- Is out of place when we talk our FURNITURE : him a good dose bdt he evidently
r.n: of Live Oak and Snwannee men of the World was in town yes reliability. A look through will convince If i deserTed it.
Gathered by: the Demo-, terday registered you.
County at the Ethel.G. .
you want to get posted
crat Reporter come to us. '
Mrs. Owens to
I was lucky enough
L. Burnett and Harry Byrd find a genuine -llD. an: oyster. Experts ::
ss' went to fSuwanneq Springs today hare examined it, and there Is
; For automobile ride phone 109. where they will remain some time. I t no doubt about It' being, genuine..

I Mrs. Owens is very proud of the gem
- :: For electric fans see J. C. Lyle. Mr. Haddock has tendered his I and will,not allow others to take it
resignation as We make it our business to from her.
section foreman on get the best and it'sno
,, Woodmen's picnic at Dowllng the Seaboard. if ,. I
The worry allow
you ..us to tell about itl: I
E lark on the 10th. < ,' W. A. Cook purchased half Interest
In Button's stables and will
E The City Hall contract is held n visiting ( .. -, I manage the same. We bespeak. for

K await the sale of more bonds. day. ,. '-. -. this firm a very liberal patronage
:
t' .,., .:. ,., ,', > and its success seems to be an assured

ir i-'INE- room house for rent or sale H. E. Braddock, of Lake City who '. fact.

lppl1 to F.. H. Bremer. has been visiting Dowling Park re- I
turned home yesterday. J. B. i WalterWallace., the negro who
BARTON & CO.
Mr.Buchanan left for the Park this : was charged with attempting to kill

naming on business. Hon. Park Trammell of Lakeland his brother, was caught here in town
was at the Ethel yesterday and favored } H. L. CAMPBELL, MANAGER J J.1t ,"yesterday and waiving examination

C:,J. McGehee, of Levon, is here the Democrat with a call. I : before Judge Conner, was held to

today. . criminal court in the sum of $150.
Linen lawns dimities nainsooks He gave the required bond and was
Col. J. F. Harrell's baby is very and all summer dress goods going at released from custody.

eiek. a bargain at The Ladies' Emporium.Pat I Don't forget the picnic of the Woodmen Mr. and Mrs. McMahon of Alton
Mrs. N. H. Radford. of Brooks
of the World which takes placeat were here yesterday. Several of the
I
Get all the summer goods you needIer McGriff wants to know when county Ga., arrived here a few days
the Park on the 10th. The Live new hands recently employed have -
folks the sale at'be but finding her son absent sent
the little during the artesian well on Howard street Is ago.
Ladles' Emporium 2t to be finished. Oak. Perry & Gulf offers excurison quit take work their,places.but others are found to for another son. R. T. Radford of

rates and a big crowd is expected.The Lake City and the arrived yesterdayand

t- R. a Bonnell was In the city trad- Miss Vernie Bryan went to Suwannee members who have families will The Misses Annie. Carmita. took her home with him. She
and
tog today, Springs today where she take will return in a few days and visit
will them and a grand time is ex- Mary Grubb returned from Hampton
J. D. Radford's family for severaldays.
L visit Mrs. Paul Burnett for a week.A pected. Take your baskets well filled Springs yesterday where they have .
Mrs. Dunaway went to the Park
with you, and enjoy the day by been the guests of the Misses Hampton I
(ata morning to spend the day. large number of our people will I
attend the Woodmen's picnic at Dow- having a regular picnic dinner. They report having a magnificent Plenty of bean seed cabbage

r Cot McCollum is in Mayo on legal ling Park tomorrow. time being royally entertained while turnip, et Evans" stand. a 41t-w2t
laslmesfl. there. grocery
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones and little .
;\ Miss Lillie Carmine is acting as .

f=,J. A. DeBerry, of Padlock,,is here stenographer for Humphreys & Har- Gladys Long left this morning for Oliver Leggett who is operator for Mrs. Harry Taylor and baby returned -
today. rell this week. Lake City White Springs. Suwannee
: this morning
Lnraville
the Live Oak Perry & Gulf Railway from
Shoals and other points of interest
Is the proud father of a boy born yesterday :where they have been visiting Mrs.Taylor' .
f Ceo. Adams of Houston, was in Harry Blackburn has returned
and will be absent a week or more. morning. .
.At city today trading. from quite an extended trip visiting parents.
different cities east.
J. J. Rawlins, of the Park was In
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tte city today. PRIVATE BOARD.-Mrs. A. HurstIs ai8e i88.aia '$ 8aa 8i ai 6j.iiijij '8ii I t .ii8 ii "' 8iie.aiQit

prepared to take boarders tran-
P.C.Wind left for Tallahassee and sient or regular at her residence in

:[eteher points west today. reasonable.East end of town Rooms near comfortable.depot. Prices tf SPECIAL SUMMER DRESS GOODS SALE

W.' B. Dickinson of Birmingham .
TU here today, and visited the Park. Col. L. E. Roberson was reported !
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much better this morning, and it is 'IVTUKDAY DNESDAY and mm
Sheriff Rickerson went to Lura- t3 be hoped be will soon be entirely 3 3n nive.N' -
i iffle this morning on official business well.
.
Col Ira J. Carter went to Tallahas- Mrs. Johnson who has been actingas LI July 9, 10 and ii.
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[ IM this morning on business. stenographer for Humphreys &

Harrell. has accepted a position at = AT--
D.ree'mo8 months of"hot weather, Porter's.
I"H to come: remember the sale at

-A*Ladies' Emporium.. 2tG1Hss Wesley Wells and wife, and Mrs. The Ladies'
: Emporium
Hall of O'Brien left today for ;

Hobble Mickler made a short Quincy where ,they will spend a
_t to Pinemount yesterday, month. .

REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY.
l&& John Knight of Pinemount.I There will bq dancing at the Park -

I+*M here today. Wednesday night in the pavilion. ,
Train will run from Live Oak to suit ,
\)w. B. Collins returned from a trip convenience of those attending as fol- Entire stock of dress goods will be on i

.>.YUdorta this morning. lows: Leaving Live Oak at 7 p. m.,

and returning, leave the Park at 11 display tables. Your choice on, .each table J
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_Min Abble Simmons. of
Penholy
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m. .
p.
who has been visiting here at a certain price. i

4 I days, went to West Lake this CV E. Groover went out on the long I

I., distance telephone line this morning.He .


.>have l C.been,A, Groover on the coast and,children returned, shape says again.It Is now getting in good TH I 6J SA I ..E should Live Oak.be of great interest to every lady of '. .1' I 1


> today. Chas. H. Brown president First \;#' t
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National Bank returned today froma I. t :
;l,Aaderson and family went toagton three weeks trip to Hot Springs, WHITE LAWNSare ) f f

i Springs today to spend Ark., where he... has been for his '
'unmet. i

health. scarce and prices are advanced but we j| f t- \

Jake Mickler presented her i Shelly Wadsworth. of Dowling I ;

etning.BJsden with. a fine eight-pound boy Park went to Lakeland on businessthis bought largely before the advance, and will // : f I

Rowe of Day,
Ivey
morning.
," .8- ; Fla., accompanied Mr. Wadsworth.Rev. give the ladies a chance to buy Lawn AT A !.
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and family and Mrs.
} ,, teens BARGAIN. !
;went to Suwannee Sam J. White will not be here .
t
a
.W. morning to spend the on the 15th as has been announced.He ;i } -
has postponed the meeting until
some later date. See The Remnant Tab1 'sa .

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RARE CHANCEI-A gent's .
..,excellent order only $10. E. C. Poole of Umatilla has been a.
.t office. here f'r a couple of days and when / 12i

he left about fifteen good turpentine The Ladies' Em Mand
Poole
negroes followed him off. Mr.
lsaa want .
draying of ..
any says that Is the way they do in event -
one 129. W. N. Boat- e other ,
; U own he visits. FREE DELIVERY L. S. HARVARD, Prr" .h all

Miss Julia Kennedy of ,Apalachicola s0 0 -!Manager

e1y, of Odessa, who has a former teacher in the High e9989.3 99999ge99 'i999998e889it. { --
**wre,returned home this School here, will be the guest of Mrs. I 988i9 99998.8 ,

a. J. White for a few days this week. : ;
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NOTICE OP APPLICATION present the ..
JOHN D. OX THE STAXD. THE.BIG RCXTAX THEFT.The An Ordinasicsthe to /
LETTERS PATE'TNotice i within two: "year from date a* required pnwu ,
discovery: i .
; Rockefeller Hdnt Anything Much to Man awl Wwuaa Both. IB Jail. Is hereby given that the II' by I iw. Intoxicating uq of tile: 5
DEXTER
Tell Worth Heari g. atad 42OOO JtlsI t. undersigned will, on the 24th day of LIZZIE porate limits'ct Mid ,
I
July A. D. 1907. apply to Hon- N. RUBY DEXTER. ... -
Chicago July ,.-;John D. Rockefeller New York July *.-Chester B. B. Bro.. d. Governor of the State of Executrixes. Oak. Florida fa : '

Runyan. the paying teller of the Flortda/for Letters Patent Incor- swearing therein w1
of the Standard Oil 190T. m24-St at .
I WT president and Sup- May 24. -
Milling .
Windsor Trust Company, who Is alleged porating "The Union vendor making
of New Jersey, occupied under the following RQ.-IIiIIit
I Company Company"
I ply -
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to have stolen $9tS15 from the : EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Be It ordained

the witness stand In the United I company, and lira. Lara Carter the articles of Incorporation E. R. WISE Notice Is hereby given that sixty City Council of tU Ct(

States district court today while I woman who betrayed his hiding W. C. BEV.A. Florida. '
R. J. ALLEN days after the first publication of this
Judge Landis piled him with questions place to the police after he had given T. A. MIKELL. Section 1. Whoever

regarding the financial strengthand i her a part of the stolen funds were J. M. HL GSON'. .notice I. as executor of and for the corporate Halts of the aTl,

business methods of the corporation -I arraigned In police court today Runt J. T. WARD. estate of Jno. F. White deceased Oak. Florida, shall fee fi

; of which he Is the head. t yans spirit appeared to be broken by Articles ARTICLE of Incorporation.L : will make my annual report and public place In a saafe tit tx

Mr. Rockefeller was a very willing the disastrous outcome of his yens s' The name of this corporation shall file vouchers of said estate to the tlon or boisterous, or fc ..,

1 and equally unsatisfactory witness.I Lure Into the realms of ultra-frenzied be "The Union Milling and Supply I Honorable J. N. Conner. County under the influence of

He was ready to tell all that he knew'I finance and he maintained the demeanor 'Company." and Its principal place of : liquor so that he or _
business.shall be in Suwannee County i Judge at his office in the cIty of Live behave In _
Z but he said that he knew practically of a man who knew that head a natural
| State of Florida. : ask that the same
and
little Oak. Florida taken In
] to hope for. II. charge by the-
nothing. The net result of his examination ARTICLE I

was that he believed that' On the contrary. Mrs. Carter bore I -That the general nature of the be : be approved. any policeman of t&*
during the years 1903. 1904 and J her arrest with considerable lion1ibalance. Saw business Milling.of said Cotton corporation Ginning.shall GristMill i W. C. WHITE. Executor. Oak. Florida and detaia 1&

1905. ,the period covered by the Indictments She shielded her face from and dealing In General Merchandise I Live Oak Fla.. July 5. 1907 d-9t until sober and shall Qo J

on which the Standard Oil 1 the photographers on the way as best ,. and Farmers' Sapalies. and before the Mayor U o.r4erk l

Company of Indiana was recently convicted ELS she could but t .
the net profits of the Standard : In lively fashion. Runyan. ducts. ARTICLE IIL Forty acres of fine farm land half whom he or she p, ..-

Oil Company of New Jersey were approximately ]however had little to say to anybody. The amount of capital stock of this toxlcatlng liquor.

40 percent of an out-. What had become of $UOOO of thetrust corporation shall be Five Thousand mile northwest of Incorporation line Section 2. When su ""

standing capitalization of $100.000.-I company's stolen funds was still shares Dollars of divided the par Into value five of Ten hundred Dollars of Live Oak side of public road. It brought before the May %

000. The investigation held today by *.:a mystery so far as the public jras each. The said capital stock Is worth one thousand dollars. I will Mayor shall require iia % 11

Judge Landls was instituted by him 'concerned up to the time that the two shall be paid in lawful money of the sell for eight hundred dollars.J. test!!) under oath as to*i* ,

for the expressed purpose of determining prisoners were taken to the court United States.ARTICLE and from whom h. or .b*n
IV. H. McCULLERS.
Runyan had In his possession when such Intoxicating Uqaoruli
whether or not the Standard this ,,
which cor-
arrested $54.410. Of the balance he That the term for 5th-d-6t-wlt Live Oak, Fla. or her refusing to te Si !
011 Company of Indiana which was poration shall exist shall be ninety- **

convicted of violation, of law. was said he lost about $16.000 In specula- nine years. upon his or her teat1frtq fe

really owned by the Standard Oil tion In stocks before he disappeared ARTICLE V. Notice of Application for Tax Deed manner as to lead th Kaj..a,

Company of New Jersey whether the from the office of the Windsor Trust The business of said corporationshall Under Section 8 Ot Chapter 4888 lieve that his or her

Union Tank Line who e cars were Company last Monday that he had be conducted SecretaryTreasurerand by a President Laws of Florida. evasive or false the I
Vice President
used for the shipments made In violation given $15,000 to Mrs. Carter and a board of six Directors. That Notice is hereby given that R. L. warning without effect dII

of law. was similarly owned that he believed, she had taken $10- the board of directors shall be elect Dowling, purchaser of Tax Certificate Judge him or her to b la
his knowledge.Mrs. ed annually by the stockholders and of court and shall puidk
000 without
and also to obtain an idea of the more nc
of June.A.
the officers of said corporation shall No. 1SS dated the 2nd day .
.. Carter denied that she tempt by Imprtsotawst tall,
financial of the convicted stoutly of
resources be elected at the annual meeting D. 190%. has filed said certificate
corporation in order to Inflict a fine had any of the trust company's funds; the board of directors to be held on in my office and has made applica- Jail not exceeding twenty& e.

proportioned to the offense and the admitting that Runyan gave her $5, the first Saturday In August of ,each fine not exceeding fifty 4ote! ;
The first election shall be heldIn tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
000 bat asserting that she promptly year. ,or by both such fine sat
assets of the convicted com pant. August 1907. That until the first ance with law. Said certificate embraces ,
r returned to him at his request. election under this charter the busi- ment.
Pratt Gave Figures.It the following described prop-
Concerning her betrayal of Run- ness of said corporation shall be con-'. I Section 3. If apes the

was stated by officers of the an's hiding place she said that she ducted by R. J. Allen President; W. erty situate In Suwannee county mentioned in Sectfoa X tNi
$ a Bevan. Vice President; T. A. Florida to-wit: south one-half of
Standard 011 Company of New Jersey had felt sorry for Mrs. Runyan and Mikell. Secretary-Treasurer; .and the southwest one-fourth of Section 29, i brought before the Major siat+

that It owned the greater part of the debated with herself whether to noti- Board of Directors shall be: E. R. close'the name ot the pest

stock of both the Union Tank Line fy Mrs. Runyan of her husband's Wise W. C. B van. R. J. Allen. T. Township 1. south. Range 12 east. I whom he or she parefcurf t&toxlcatlng \
A. Mikell J. M. Hingson and J. T. The said land being assessed at the
and the Standard Oil Company of whereabouts or to give him up to the Ward. I liquor and the fc*
... date of the Issuance of such certifi-
Indiana. Specific figures as to the police. She adopted the latter plan, ARTICLE VI. date of such purchase lai MM

earnings of the parent corporation she declared because she learned that That the highest amount of In- cate in the name of Peacock LumberCo. 'such a manner as to lest&t
to which this said certificate be '
debtedness liability Unless shall
were given by Charles M. Pratt Its Mrs. Runyan was ilL. or to believe that th iestinc..
corporation can at any time be sub- tax deed
secretary and they were close to the Runyan was arraigned on a chargeof jected is twenty-five hundred dollars. redeemed according to law bably true the Mayor shah ltd

estimate given by Mr, Rockefeller.The grand larceny In having stolen ARTICLE VII. will Issue thereon on the 5th day of :there reduce or, earn U fc
That the names and residences of August. A. D. 1907 :
prospective appearance In 5000. Mrs. Carter was charged the said testimony to sri
the subscribers to the capital stockof
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court ot the man reputed to be the with receiving stolen property. Both this corporation and the amount Witness my official signature and I have said poises scan fi, d

richest In the world brought,about waived examination and were held sabscribed by: each are u lotto';v. seal this the 2nd day of July A. I). 'I it by affidavit takes sad tariAtl

a spectacle the like of which has E. R. Wise. Live Oak. Fla. R. F. 1907. the said Mayor. lf nQ pew
for the grand Jury Runyan In $15- D, No. 4, ten shares. J. W. BRYSON I
,
been witnessed the rto3t
never in vicinity refuse to sign aads
W. C. Bevan Live Oak. Fla., R. F.
000 bail and Mrs. Carter In $10- Clerk Circuit Court Suwaanee county 'testimony reduced
\.1 Chicago cU'fupG, D. :2a 2, ten shares when tothtfttltciht

The hour set for the appearance of 000 balL R. / .U@lt. Live Oak. FTa.. K. y: FSorf&a. :the said Maioes
D No 4, five shares ,
Mr. Rockefeller was 19 o'clock and Neither that the said tan
Runyan nor Mrs. Carter .ficate
T
A. MtkeU. Live Oak. Fla.. R. F.:
an hour before that time the low- were able to give ball and they were D. No. 4, ten' shares.J. XOTICE i taken before Aim u 6e"tt 3

celled hallway outside the courtroom'door M. Hingson Live Oak Fla.. R.. Court of County Judge In and for
taken to prison.i' date thereof.
F. D. No. 2, five shares.
wag densely packed by a crowd Suwannee County. Florida.
J. T. Ward Live Oak Fla.,, R. F. Section 4, If UK alt
all cf whom were anxious to obtain I Probate Jurisdiction by the County .
seats and hear the testimony. A large War Against Consumption D. No. 4. ten shares. Judge: reduced to writing sled aIM
E., R. WISE.
squadron of United States deputy All nations are endeavoring to Whereas George Taylor (colored) any person has Illegally seating
W>. C., BEV A."l. in the CStJ e<
marshals and a numerous detail of check the ravages of consumption (Seal) R. J. ALLEN I has applied t;) this Court by his peti- liquors tW

police were on hand but even they the "white plague" that claims so T. A. MIKELL. tion for letters of Administration on Florida the said calm

were unable at times to control the J. M. HINGSON the estate of Martha Brown (colored) sue his warrant for U*tnastdperson *
many victims each year. Foley's J. T.,WARD. oa a 6sf
vr person
crowd which was so dense that fre- late of said County, deceased;
Honey and Tar cures coughs and State ot Florida. selling Intoxicating B*'. a
cries for assistance
quent were heard Suwannee County. Now these are therefore to cite

and people who were Jammed against colds perfectly and you are In no Before me. J. B. Johnson, a notary and admonish all and singular the brought before him for

the wall frantically begged for relief danger of consumption. Do not risk public for tie State of Florida at kindred and creditors of said deceased aa in other cases. .
from large, i rsonatv% came E. R. Wise Section 5. The per**
the to
pressure which they were your health by taking some unknown W. C. Sevan R. J. Alien T. A. to be and appear before this veudat *<*
subjected. Mikell, J. M. Hingson and J. T. Court the name of the
Ward
preparation when Foley's Honey and .on the 26th day of July. A. a
who each that xacr
being duly Sworn says that brought before
Statement to Press. Tar is safe and certain in results. they have ward read the. foregoing D. 1907. and file objections if any the trial of the party srr
articles! of they have to the granting letters
incorporation
After the conclusion of the hearingthe The genuine is in a yellow package. and that If his or her testimony i****
they each
signed same for the aforesaid
par- otherwise letters will be .* *
following statement was given to City Pharmacy. d-w poses therein mentioned' and set granted to said applicant If he can in any material matter *

the Associated Press by John D. forth. duly her previous writtta terfs
qualify
as prayed. ..**
4Rockefeller, as president and JohnR. Sworn to and subscribed before me Witness and or she shall be turned
Heavey One. my hand seal of said *
Archbold. as vice president of the this 15th day of June A. D. 1907. Court at the State authorities for W i
"This picture is ot complete, Courthouse of said County -
Standard Oil Company: my J. B. JOHNSON Jury.
this the 24th
of
day June, A. D.
Y"Since the enactment of the Inter- boy. Notary Public State of Florida. 1907. Section*. Any t ,

state commerce law in 1887 the "Oh yes it Is, pop!" (Seal) j. w. CONNER under this Ordinance "Oe...

Standard Oil Co. has most NOTICE charge as pr0
carefully "Why have the taken In
you drawn horses I County Judge of and In Suwannee saw
observed its provisions, and in no shall not be used
tion 1
t but where is the wagon?" To Whom It May Concern I County Florida. w 6-2 8-41
case has willfully violated the law. chart of
"_ It Notice is hereby or her on a
"Oh, I'm going to let the horse given that the
welcomed the passage of the law. and Board of County Commissioners Section 1. AU Ordlss i

(' the principle of equity which was em- ,draw the wagon-Yonkers States-I Suwannee County Florida, will: on of In Circuit NOTICE. lict herewith are herehl rfIlIIl1l

bodied in it. The old of man. Court Third Judicial Cir- Ord
system i the 23d day of July A. D. 1907 at Section 8. This
g special rates and rebates was obnoxious -o'clock cuit of Florida, In and for the effect Immediate! QGI* .
a. m.. meet with the take
,., and was never a source of ,quality than others have given. It county Assessor of Taxes of said County of Suwannee.IN age by the Council as*

k profit to the company. The net rate has made the petroleum Industry County at the clerk's office in Live RE: the Mayor. '

#.V. paid for freight was always used as great; has held it for this country as Oak Florida for the purpose of Application of Lyda M. Davis to be- clL\S. It -..

3 a basis for the selling price in the against foreign competitors and we reviewing and come a Free Dealer. tJ1f
equalizing the _
tax
assessment rf
fr-" markets and the consumer uniformly assert has ben a blessing and not a rolls of said This come on for hearing upon the President
County and CltCW
had the benefit of It. Moreover bane to the country. Its downfall for the purpose of hearing Petition notice and report of the Attest S. P. YAYS. :
complaintsand
.. every shipper could secure suchspecial through any cause would be a na- receiving testimony as to the Special Master herein filed on the I. S. P. 11..,.. City e:

: rates and it was no uncom- tional disaster." value of any property real or personal 26th day of Jane A. D. 1907, and City of Live Oak. J'od4I.? .

,. mon experience for the Standard Oil John D. Rockefeller tonight left as fixed by the County Assessorof was considered by the Court and up- that the forePl .

.' Company to discover that its com- for Cleveland and William Rockefeller Taxes for the purpose of on consideration thereof It Is ordered certify p
taxation *
e petitors had lower rates than it was gave an interview to newspaper to: the present Year. adjudged and decreed by the S'o. 59 was refularly ., f

-shipping under. The assertion so reporters. When asked about the W. A. TISON. Court: That the report of the Special City Council on the I** c

made careless sensational financial condition of the United Master be and the tit **.*
'often by and Chairman Board County Commissioners. same is hereby A. D. 1907 .and
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writers and critics that rebates States Mr. Rockefeller said: confirmed and the said LYdia :M. certified to the JUJGI *
by
were the basis of Standard Oil pros "I believe the opportunities for Attest: Davis Is hereby granted a license to

perity Is absolutely untrue. Its pros- acquiring wealth In this country are take charge of and manage her own provaL aa& 4f of
J. W. B
parity has come through its correct greater than ever before. The pre- YS9S. Clerk., estate and property and Is hereby Witness my hand tl z; r-

L pprehension. of the possible magni- sent prosperity will continue. and will Notice made a Free Dealer in every respect I laid City this lOta 411 .

de and importance of the petroleum increase." under the laws of the Sttte of Flor- D. 1901. ;

ness; through its having provid- While waiting for the train Mr. AU creditors legatees distributers ida. s. P.Au. (II'

tter and more economical meth- Rockefeller made some jokes about and all persons having claims or demands Done ordered adjudged and decreed and 'P *** _"

a or doing the business than have| the "Octopus" and talked about against the estate of Horace at Chambers In' Lake City. Examined D. II"dI.J '"". "

In petltors- and through a better I everything except the federal court F. Dexter late of Suwannee I Florida this the 26th day of June. 11th day of Jan*. ,,-.. #
county, ,
1.B
and A. D.
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1907.
to the public in price and and the Standard Oil Company. deceased, are, hereby called B..H. PALMER x
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him ," upon to W'3uly5-4t Judge. Mayor of L..

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!'- T. J. LYLE $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop

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;r-WATCHMAKER-35 year's. experienceGood AND JEWELER 'We Sell Merchants Only .. 27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop

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J Headache. Indigestion, Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on

CURES 1 Insomnia KerTouanas:. Lavadura, Extracts; Writting- Tablets, Lead Pencils -: night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk 250. Consult PURPLE
r. FOLDER. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call
Box Paper Pipes Paper Bags Roll Paper. Atlantic Crest
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On the Spot. on Frank C. Boyl-ton. District Passenger Agent

; fe Qpbtes, Absolutely Harmless Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tofu and Line: Jacksonville, Fla.

Ik 10 Braf U. 10* Sia, aa4 CO* Wrigleys hewing Gums 1.


If f-The i City for 8_Pharmacy f_ By I Cigars Anita El. Bogador Fenandey, Uncle, Big Bill.Smokers. Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.Schedule .


\It! LIVE OAK FLA.
Q-M-trwi-yi. Effective, alas 19. 1907.
!. t Visiting Merchants are Cordially in- -

f i l v-ted to make our office their headquarters ; .oONo I 1eT.KAST cr.nss.BOVMDod nct.A...
is-Ma7 k Pa.... P.Frt.. and
while in the city. 1s.Pass.& gar. Fas& Pa_. au sex PaM.No.1. ssnndar
lUINTON&MEBiSWholesale
Na No.!. No.0. Na 12 ,N. 4.
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OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT only 5. Daib'SlIadq.ez- Daily S S1IDIiQ 0Db .onb.dayiD.i Sunday.PMC y esD.Uy. .


Live Oak & Commission Co. x.s-A.II. i.;.i... I-i P. M. _.._....-U...o.k.__................. Arri.P.a.3t.. Arm.P.s MC A.r A.10 ML. Arri.A.1.M..ESs
Brokerage = .._ ...... ...... 5 4t 101G
and RetailDealersinPlori Z 1 S --- a'1'c"
1 a f11.-_-_... Mercer-._ .............. f 1...
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8 Z 25 a 1S ___....-.._Platt._._......_.... s 5 f 10 sef .
II 114 111 WDCUWr__........_...... sit 6 2Sj >>.Q .
Ar 854 8 45 Ar Z Ar S 40 .__Dowling Park_-............. Ly I Ly f 20 Ly t 25 '
ORDER FOR PUBLICA : county; for tbe sum of one hundred Ly L.110,14,
,COPY OF TION. and twenty-four (112400) dollars, 461 4 10'...._._lla7o Janctsm............. a i 02 'Ofc| f M 'J t
da and WesternIMEATS Judicial Circuit Court founded on a promissory note. Whereas $81 00 =---D&7__...._............... I s i 00 LT f OW >00 -: -I
In The Third '10. !lAr 8 Kj 8 40 J
Flor- it appearing from affidavit th4.tthe _.__.._.-SilG..r.____. s ."I .sol! II <,-1;
] In and For Suwannee County said defendant is absconding,Con : 1<3 S10 toe 4 4 a:;.._..__Townsend...................... 4 b, 84* 813 !
ida.State. himself and that he resides .. ..... __.. 4 lab S ,
cealing saiith
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II 25 -_-- F.ab.uawas-..........._.._. 4 8 13,
of Florida ) out of the limits of the State of Florida ,9SS38- % 15_._.. ............... .. t 1 4 OS 8 00 '1 4f i.s 3
uwannee County.) said; it defendant Is, therefore J. W.ordered Hosford that and the x10*tevfr.ii!.._..-.aa.pton- SprirZa-: __.._-__..A.t.j L P >1C.K.LT I A.1C'l1iO'LY, I' AJt 7 14 1 I. ;.
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D. H. Wilson. ) otter persons who are Interested are _. I d
Phone Plaintiff. ) hereby required to appear to the ac- :
24. TS. Civil Action by At- tion on the fifth day August, 1907. MAYO AND ALTON UHANC1J.WESTBOUND I
the Rule Day of the
being
the same
|?rompt deliveries J. W. Hosford. ) tachment. said Court. at the office of the Clerkof EAST BOUND I
Defendant.; ) I the said Court at the Court Houseof -
I Whereas. D H. Wilson as plaintiff the said County, at Live Oak, Frt k Pa.sea Panes Fri F'ri.. Paa.ea Paa..a ,1,1Pans. i
attach-I Unless you so appear, Pau. gar gar P..a Pa. gar gar
ywhere in the In said cause has obtained an Florida. {
judgment will be rendered againstyou Na 13. No a. Na SNa I. Na Air .
ment out of the above named Court Ss.7, Na 0. Na 11. Bulb D.ibIsn.
debt.It
sold for
day of May and your property >sib D.i1s anda7 3.ndsy U '. .
,- towit31st
Issued on Is further ordered that this order .es.Saa. onb onb _
City. 907, against the estate of the said be published once a week for two M. P. M[. A. >L L: Mc lt.. r Mc.ea. <
Hosford which attachment >L r. >L A
defendant, J. W. the months Immediately preceding said .. Lea.. Lea.e Lase Arne Arri.e Arrie dsiw
has been levied upon the Suwannee Democrat, a ... .._._. T bt 243 i i 2Zf i "
-'It tt] men while to b 53
a long newspaper 03
undivided weekly 10 ... ............. .
eiendant to-wlt One-eighth L4 ....... ..._...... s 7 lb. t 20. 2
c' that the rest of the world Interest In and to that land lying County and State. 10! '3is 4illArli 10 15 i i OoI lr- .--.-.--...i.....-.Alton.....................ft.. 7 p 2 10iL. 1 b r .
said r
a care what they think about It. and being In the County of Suwannee, Witness my hand and seal of -
and State of Florida, and more particularly Court this 31st day of May 1907. Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for aQ trains to and
described follows, to-wit: J. W. BRYSON. and Perry. For further information as to connections with other r
y'6e' Ranger (Seal) from at Live Oak with all
Slgn Lv South half of the northwest quarter of the Circuit Court. 1ine3 oSlonan-ticketient. Trams makes connection
c0be'16ger--Don't you think and the northeast quarter of the Clerk- ,Florida.W. Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.EXSION .
1 had enough ice cream?, outhwest quarter of section four (4), Suwannee County 1. LEE President. R. HOPKIX8..Traffl_ Maaager
township fire (5), south of range H. WILSONAttorney GRI3ISHAW. SllperillteDdeDLLIVE
-N'o, sick S.T.
ma; I don't feel held
fteen (15), east; said property for PlaIntiff. -7-2mo
In common with A. T. Hosford of said
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Albert MeLeod Married. of sterling worth and aa expert newS-
everybody In Lire Oak will paper man. he holds the confidence of
Nearly C
remember Albert UcLeod. who for this newspaper and a host of friendshe I 1 :- WT BE CO TEIRITH YOUR PfESHTSTUWJl[I LIFE )
InFitzgerald.
three years was employed on the has fade during his short : \ jj ;

was Democrat.deeply in During lore his with stay Miss here MaudHarrell. he among. Miss her classmate Harrell was and a.is farorlte 4- .i *. 1T *N' fHtPI E YOURSELF FOR ,H COOl nfl_ ,POSITION _

of St. and charming young woman. j : .
popular
x, a brilliant young lady .
who his sweetheart Her gracious manner makes friends : \ i t <
had bees -
Marks. j .1 the "Pepdar Saver SC eel
since childhood and when he did aot for her wherever she goes. The( :. : Bj attefldiig .
receive letter from her regularly he young couple: are at home to their ;' '
rt was completely unstrung. Parental friends at Mr. K. M, Henderson's 311 : .
objections ruled. and Albert was in Ss Mala street !! : 0
hot water so to speak all the time* I :
'; However. he has now succeeded la Big rkak. : '
, capturing his bride as will be seen There will be a picnic at Antioch j : THE
to by the following article clipped from church on. Saturday before the 4th{J :
the Fitzgerald IGa) Leader of the 3d. Sunday in July whkh will be the '1' ., '
:_ Albert has many and lasting friends 27th. .. .. :"t. 4 *
d : In Lire Oak. especially, Is this so Erereybody tndt 1. Nothing will j : -: ':. 0-t........ .';' -(. .. .* ..
with the Democrat force: and they all be spared to make the day one of i : : :::
extend the heartiest congratulations pleasure. Rer. C. A. Ridley win .'
and wish for the couple.long ute and preach the dedication sermon CoL '
happiness. Xo one here has a personal Carter and B. F. Vustead and others
acquaintance with the bride I will dettTer addresaee, Charlie Bon-
but all know Albert's selection would sell the expert dispenser of good'
I be of the very best and we all feel !things, has been secured to dispense :
__ that we know her. r cold drinks aDd other refreshments. ; : cj2
The Fitzgerald Leader In.pubUsJt- I The object of the occasion is to; :
tag this event says: raise funds to clean off and otherwise, '
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"Mr. A. X. McLeod. the foreisa eraameat the cemetery the last resting '
*of the Leader,and Miss Maud : place of so many of our departed :
Harrell were wanted la naniage mss i loved ones. Everybody come. j :
day creams h Maco*. taking their C. H. BRL .SOS. j '
watts fciesds es&re y iy surprise.T A. K. >:\A. ... Com. j I : < .
'ne wezg .rss Ewite a tk j ja I J
0- TT ash is asiKfccr evidence of the IL A. Blacibnm and wife and|;f i
z., tfff the2 ts 3 X fes at SockssLiths.ccSfaajg .1 11o ;I Misses Sallie and Jennie Blackburn i, Is the Standard Commercial College in North Florida and is conduct
.aSt: az>g sara paresis. Miss'I ltt, this morning for Daytona Beach.' i the best summer school in this section. j
k- HuftI is Ceo A MT cst )fr. W H.: where they will remain for two weeks :
$r.a w s. y t aLt sad pIai They win meet Mrs. C"'T. Ansley and .t Scholarships: $40.00 $50.00 $75.00, and $90.00. J..
yes cat St. T. '*.F3ar a&.anA was iiianna ',a little: son in Jacksonville who will ; Write for Catalogue and special summer announcement.SOUTHERN .
is ensues*. Mr.iicLooffs bccrae 3o'a hem on their trip.
is near St. :Earn %&jt :he and Miss.I
HarreH tad teen sweetlteans Jar scvral Misses LoyseUe and Hazel Brown o. BUSINESS.COILKE!
< yeaxs, Sam ay atternooa Mr..i sari Harrell Brown went 0 to White .. ,
lie vale ipent la XLaccm ...Btm ;;Ktyt J Springs this xaoraing, where they will ""}J
.. visit .fritm L "TVliIl there tb* enjoy a SIN..IJOJL Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St. ?
7ullD e .aeciLea U get zoomed J FLORIDA -:;
woodmen pieaie at Dowttng Park. LIVE OAK --
and late SuadaT -eTeatug they took G. S. STEPHENS
Wednesday, the l\>th. The Live Oak. L. M. HATTON, ,
the TOWS wedlock.:Rew':Loomis ITar-)1)Perry& Gulf Railway will give round I II President and ProprietorONLY PriBe f'lt. -
ren. of Qtieago perfonrcbis the err-I trip rate to Dowling Park from Live
eznony. Mr. ilcLeod is a yaoxg xoaa!!Oak: of fifty cents. j r,! '


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In ,which you will have a chance to take advantage of our Semi-Annual Clearance of


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YES SIR 'Strike it Rich" for the values offered here this week in high class Summer Suits are without exception the i

; the greatest bargains of the season. .;t. As examples of the'many tempting: offerings ready for your picking, note ]


o .. I A Yz THESE A BARGAINSJBMCHACL8STCRII ;.



I $\6.75 Suits that formerly sold for $20.00 WeT also have

I -$22.50 and $25.00. a large variety I
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fi' $H.75 Suits of Smartact Single and doub-: of styles that ; t

I ble breasted ,cut, formerly $14.00 to $18.00 we are closing .

$9.00 Sack suits of the most advanced f t i ,

:. If styles and newest sabrics values $13.50. out from $5.00 i iP

jJ _b>$8.50. These

; goods are worth from $8.00 to $12.00. oe We have about 40 boys, .

knee-pants suits of the latest styles and
\ very patterns that we are closing out ,r :

: at actual cost from $2.2 to $5.50. These suits formerly sold at $3.50 to

,: $7.50. f t

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100 Gentlemen's Negligee Shirts values $1.00 and $1.25ve are closing ':r;

\. I out at the small price of 80cts. .

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f\ A few J. & M. SHOES still left $5.OQ.
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FINE.... "CtOTHlNO.... Don't miss these BARGAINS. you will
s nnha ve the
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BUTLER BROTHERS M.ENS, OUTFITTERS

Live Oak Florida.
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