Live Oak daily Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00193
 Material Information
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 10, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00193
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Eighth Wife Has t
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''hdaata. July 10.-The prohibition

\ of Georgia sry they are more Cache L T.. July 10.-The old

i e than ever of carrying the L Apache warrior. Geronlmo. who terrorized .

prohibition bill through the the southwest for many years

A embly. They are claim- with his blood- hirsty band while attending -

w1 ji votes in the Senate out a celebration at Cache under

u. and US out of the 183 Totes .w I S .. parole as the guest of the Comanche

ps house, and at they bare any- : a. chief Quannah Parker made an at-

like It. there Is no doubt about :..::.... tempt to cross the Texas panhandleInto
nktory. j-T New Mexico.

first bearing on the bill will I Geronlmo was missed from the Indian -

place before the Senate Temper- camp for about eight hours, anda

o'clock to- detail of soldiers from Fort Sill
Committee at 2:30
Atlanta captured him several miles out of
A strong delegation
Cache yesterday. The old warrior had
__, wm attend to protest against
heard of the troubles of the Apache
Mactment of the state prohlbi-
i in Arizona, who. according to reports .
!taw and similar delegations are <
-6 have threatened to go on the war-
from Macon Savannah
Columbus and other clUes path. The chief says he wanted,to go
-. p.n.,r .011 ........UI Word-Hernia with his people and help them fight. '
atate. .
pie. .. He has been having family troub-
all the aft- .
r tearing will occupy announced in the state,news columns cellent. WILL
HUNT THE POLE. les lately his eighth wife having left
i and Its conclusion there Is no of the Times-Union yesterday is j He married Miss Jessie DeCottes,I him. Recently he drank liquor to

; u to what will be done; the United States District Attorney Shepard -' of sister of the late. Will Go
Jacksanv3lle a Major Hearsay, of Florida excess and lay out on the reservation -
will back the bill I I
repost who, according to reports from George A DeCottes, and an aunt of With Wellman to Find North all night.Geronimo .

i a recommendation! that the bill Pensacola. openly aspires to the position : Attorney George A. DeCottes. one of Pole.TimesUnion.. recently joined the Dutch '

I by the Senate. Since It baa which Is held for life and !. younger members of the Jacksonville Reformed church to which President
read the second time It ( ) _
been brings with it a salary of $6,000 pei' Bar Association. Roosevelt belongs in the hopes it is .
,lad probably will be, taken up I'I Major H. B. earse7. formerly
I Mr. ,Myers was a candidate for said of obtaining a pardon. .
Twaao 111 the Senate on Thurs- year.Among weather bureau observer at Tltus-
the prominent Democrats Governor before the convention that

named were United States Senator !1 nominated Gov. W. S. Jennings. He vole Florida will accompanV Walter GOOD FOR FAIRBANKS .

Stephen R. Mallory. Judge Evelyn C. :.has also been a candidate for congress Wellinan of the Chicago Record- 1

Mil tCCEED SWAYXE.Pmfl Maxwell who only a. year ago re!t being' defeated by Congressman 'Herald in the contemplated dash to Vive President Shows Himst a Hero

signed from the Florida supreme i i Lamar. I the north pole in a balloon. la Saving Girl's life.
Pmfl Myers of Tallahas I
< for the Vacant Federal court and-Judge John C. Avery oneJ' He fa a practitioner in all the' Major Hearsey. who will be rem- Chicago, July 8.-A special to the

of these gentlemen:: have committed courts and his ability is universally embered by many Floridians. and Record-Herald from Yellowstone

JudgesbJp. themselves in any way however not ,recognized by laymen and by his fel-: especially those who lived in Titus- park says:
(Times-Union.) even so much as Intimated that they low attorneys throughout Florida. In vOle and the vicinity before the Vice President Fairbanks yesterday

Fred T, Myers, of Talla would seek the office. selecting Mr. Myers as their choice weather bureau station there was risked his life to save Miss Lena

,wm be Indorsed by practical Mr. Myers the man selected by the I for the_ successor of Judge Swayne.abandoned at least temporarily is Waters, a waitress at the Park hotel.

attorney in Jacksonville loist Jacksonville attorneys and selected I I the Duval county attorneys feel that : assigned by the United States to accompany While sitting on the hotel veranda

as United States judge< without one word from him will be I they are presenting to President j Wellman on the trip, as an talking to J. I. Gibbs. proprietor of e .

northern district of Florida nominated to the president by his Roosevelt a man whose eminent fit, executive officer and scientific obser the hotel the vice president heard

tin vacancy caused by tht < friends. He himself has taken no ness for the position whose distinguished ver.He screams from the lake. Seeing a .

t Judge wayne.aewment part in the work that was started in ability, and whose past record -, Is an aeronaut of considerable young woman struggling In the water
z In behalf of Mr, Myla fame and it is believed that his presence -
flee President Fairbanks toward
his behalf and the Indorsement ol In public and private life. Ideally ran

I Jacksonville Satardajby this distinguished attorney cornea combine to make him one of the with the daring party will be he water throwing off his coat as ,

leading attorneys here purely as a spontaneous recognition I I most available men In Florida for of most material benefit He has ie sped toward the'shore. He rushed -

i Bg the worth of the Tat I this high office. spent much time in the south and past two men who stood on a pier
of merit fitness for the high office .
sax, hia peculiar fitness f 01 j I Titusville was for years his resi with mouths agape In alarm. When the
and judicial talent above the ordinaryHis
his Judicial talents, and absolute familiarity with the law I f AFTER THE JUDGESHIP. dence. vice president leaped Into the water .
l i record as a successful prac- 1 When the station at Titnsville was : : and made for the girl one of the .
is admitted by all and. free as he is Judge Maxwell Endorsed by Both abandoned. Major Hearsey went to
y in both state and men followed. The men dragged
courts,' from pol1ticat"movements that might Our Senators as Swayne's Texas and remained there until the he then unconscious girl to the shore
hamper some candidates it Is believed Successor. outbreak of the SpanishAmericanwar.
a to President Roosevelt, after bard work.
anointment of Mr. Myers, by his admirers here that he is the Pensacola. July 9.-The contest Then he cast in his lot with the- Mr. Fairbanks at once began to

Saturday morning and man eminently fitted for this office. for the position of Judge of the federal Rough Riders under Cot Wood and work the girl's arms and to chafe her

'IJ lwt ia the hands of leading Man From Georgia. dOne court for this district. made vacant Lieut. Cot Roosevelt serving with lands to resuscitate her. After some

if Jacksonville, were circa- rumor,which could not be by the death of Judge Swayne was I the regiment through the war. I effort the girl opened her eyes and 1 '
I made mare Interesting this afternoon I After the war. as so many RoughRiders in a few minutes was herself. Later
court and In the build traced to Its source yesterday was
when It became known that Senator have been. Major Hearsey was Jr. Fairbanks left for Seattle, where
meet of the attorney: current to the effect that a Floridian
S. R. Mallory and Senator James P. remembered by President Rooseveltand I he will address the Y. P. S. C. E. ,
eflces. -Almost without would not be chosen but that a new a F ?
I made executive officr and
Taliaferro had endorsed Judge Evelyn was an invention on July 12.
mery Jacksonville attofnejtt sent down from Geor
Judge would be C. Maxwell a Democrat for the Inspctor in the government service.

.will be forwarded toimmediately. gia. I for His study along certain lines has
1'position. Judge Maxwell served COMPLAINT FROM FLORIDA. 1
.. Those who were In more or less
many years as circuit Judge of the especially equipped him for duty asa ; 1
II Odr Counties. position to know' stated that the i scientific observer. His daring U
I state and later served as Justice of Uleged Excessive Rate on Fruits and

this petition together Georgia Republicans would probably:the supreme court. Fred T. Myers, beyond all question and coupled with Vegetables. r .' I -

vat that It has been make some move in the matter and!10f Tallahassee is also a candidate for his skill as an aeronaut and a balloonist is
i July Complaint
** rust majority If notaeabers that with the exceptionally cordial District Attorney Sheppard willing take all manner of
appointment. made today to the Interstate Com-
of the Duval relations that now exist between who is the only Republican who chances: this won him a place with fierce Commission by the Florida t

bir taticn. are being for President Roosevelt and prominent is asking for the appointment, bas the Wellman party as one of the representatives Fruit'and Vegetable Shippers' Protective -

1s associaUons of other Georgians of both parties a deter not only been endorsey by the Repub- of the United States. Association against the At-
to prominent their part might win Major Hearsey made his first fame
attorneys mined
fight on lican machine but also by many antic Coast Line railroad et aL. that
-here no bar association including is an aeronaut as one of the party '
Democrats of the state he rates charged by the defendant ; .
d out.As definitehas that made the record-breaking flight .
however nothing -;: V
yet officials.
high state lines on citrus fruits and vegetables t
7J eat that President been learned. The movement to I in an American balloon across the rom Florida to northern and eastern :

appointed a number olla secure the position for Mr. Myers has Officers Will Confer. English channel. The balloon of oints are unjust and unreasonably

! tiliee the south dur- been started by his friends and admirers Chicago July 7.-All the officers which he was in charge captured the dgh. They complain that they are ,

months, and it la here and is being pushed as;of the Standard Oil Company except Irst prize in this event. unable fairly to compete with ship- I' ;;
. and William Rockefeller'I II Since that time he has made several "
st. If the attorneys rapidly as can be done. Working in John D. rents of fruits and vegetables from 't

4te on one man, a his behalf are some t>f the leaders In who were subpoenaed as witnesses other flights and his experience the West Indies by sea. and they ask r ,
Judge Landis will: aerial navigation peculiarly fits '
before In '
appointed, legal circles here and the distinguished in the case the commission to fix minimum rates
morning: with the Wellman
i would, of course Tallahasseean will rally to hold a conference to-morrow him for a place on such shipments that will be fair 4

fit by Republicans his support especially should he with the attorneys of the corporation.party. like to the railroads and to shippers. .
belief Is that the confer-I] Major Hearsey will be remembered
-. The general
** the independ- openly declare himself for the residents ofaekaonville
consider what of the older
to > many
--- t, will lead him, leaders of the legal profession; ence was arranged the attorneys -' in which city he has "Hon. W. R. Dorman returned from _
his own wishes, throughout Florida. I action should be taken court'I and is personaly known Remington. Marion county where he
when )often visited
I oil company .
iall the qualities Who Myers Is. for the of the weather sited( hia wife. Mrs. Dorman was too
..r' d I |I I to the men in charge
k uaamimously Attorney Fred T., Myers is a natiyeof ,, opens. the court proceedings -, bureau work In the south. sick to return with him.
soon as
Just as
's successor, Florida and Is recognized als one Landis will

.chance o>;landme& of the most able eons of the state. are finished. Judge under consideration I Mrs S S. Price came up from Miss Annie Barrs of High Springs,
Universityof take the imposing of a fine has been the guest of Mrs. Dun-
He Is a graduate of the I tonight thatIt Hernando yesterday on a visit to her i 1Jho "
He declared Miss Maeclenny. renrned i
his university wife 'and way and -
Georgia, finishing before he parents J. Jf Dixon and ,
would be at least a week today
1bepabliean can- career there with high standing, and to the fine. brother and other_relatives, home Ilw
tllua far,es leaving record that Is unusually ex- would reach a decision as ..- y dv r

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The Smile ,j No man was ever yet big enough to In the course of time a man finds: Greatness Is best proven by the

_ that n4ht come off, appears on baby get mad at a small fly that he couldn't.that he can: get used to even JoneIl-,ability ta pay no attention to the little bi

km. j cess in thin old world. annoyances of this life.
face after one bottle of i! !i

J Cream Vermifuge, the great worm I
Kodol will nourish and strengthenyour The Charming Womaa DeWitt's Little Early Risers Small
medicine. Why not keep that smile I
digestive organs and furnish I is not necessarily one of perfect form sure safe pills. Sold by Live Oak LaxatMFri.r F
on baby** face. If you keep this the natural digestive juices for your and
features. *
Many a plain woman Drag Store. dwWhen
medicine on hand yon will never see stomach. It will make yon welL I I
who could never serve as aa artist'smodel
else but smile his face. Kodol digests what you eat. Sold by
thing on
any a tries to into
possesses those rare qualities man get you
Live Oak Drag Store. d-w
Mr*. S--. BlackwelL Okla. writes; that all the world admires: something at which you cannot lose new

">>T baby>> was peevish and fretfuL clear eyes. Clean smooth neatnets.t it Is a sign you are going to. sip
It Is mighty strange how many net gripe tlr
_ Would not eat and I feared he would the sprightliness of step
friends a man will have when he doss
die. I used a bottle of White's not need them. that accompany good health. A physically During the summer kidney Irregularities Cures st2S*

Cream Vermifuge and he has not weak woman is never attractive are often caused by excessive troubles Did

bad a sick day since. Sawannee not even to herself. Electric
Long Live The King: !I drinking or being overheated. At-
Drag Co. dwThe i Bitters restore weak women, give Sti ati t t7
/ is the popular cry throughout Euro-!'stroag I tend to the kidneys at once by using '
nerves bright eyes smooth.
pean countries; while in America natural;
more a man needs saving the i velvety skin, beautiful complexion. Foley's Kidney Care. City Pharmacy -
the cry of the present day U "Long
.. less likely he is to appreciate your live Dr. King's New Discovery, King(i" Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover d-w* ach, livers

: saTin!: him. of Throat ond Lung Remedies ,Druggists. 50 cents &d-w
The true test of philosophy Is Its
of which Mrs. Julia
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough When opportunity comes to your .ability to tide you OTer little troubles

synxp. Contains no opiates. It. Truro, Mass. says: "It never fails town. It will do no harm to remember rather than over the big ones.

drives the cold out of the system by: to give Immediate relief and to that it may have bought a round-

gently mOTing the bowels. Con' quickly ,cure a cough or c>Id." Mrs. trip ticket. The best remedy for backache, s
tains Honey and Tar and tastes near
Paine's opinion is shared by a majority -S : weak kidneys: inflammation of the
ly as good as maple syrap. Children A
{ cleansing clean, J
of the inhabitants cooling soother -
of this
: '. country. is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder -
like ItSold by Live Oak Drag
;j Discovery er jing, healing household remedy.htDeWitt's
: Store. d-w l New cures weak lungs an Pills. Their action. Is prompt

J I sore throats after all other remedies Carbolized Witch Hazel and sure. A week's tratment for

No mere man can make a secretsound have failed; and for coughs and colds Salve. Sid by Live Oak Drag Store.
.. 25e Sold
by Live Oak Drag Store.
as important In the telling as(it's the only sure cure. Guaranteedby d-w d-w-

a woman can. Barclay & Groover. Druggists.ISOc It takes some men a long while to s

i', and $1.00. Trial bottle free. realize that the rest of the worlds b
)' Generally a man sees his broken twse
When there is the slightest Indication dwI doesn't care what they think about
engagement In
a different light after
: of indigestion heartburn it.
the otter fellow's wasn't broken off. .
i flatulence or any form of stomach I It is funny how much more a man tqd

r- trouble take a little Kodol occasionally can spare for betting purposes thanfor A Memorable Day Stimulation Without Irritation. bsut The t

and you will get prompt relief. religious work.
One of tie days we remember with That Is the watchword. That Is tea t a bsad
Sold by Live Oak Drug Store.. d-w
Quick relief for Asthma Sufferers pleasure as well as with profit to! what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup j
our health is the 1od
: Considering how many people want FOley's Honey and Tar affords Immediate became one on which we dces. Cleanse and stimulates the' i
that rich have relief to asthma sufferers In acquainted with Dr. King's I '
It. it is strange men so New bowels without irritation
Life in form
much difficulty getting rid of their the worst stages and if taken In time the painless purifiers I I For DTc. '
wealth. will effect a cure. City Pharmacy. that cure headache and biliousness! City Phannancy. d-w :

.. I d-w* and keep the bowels right. 25c at 1 ss's lesi e

} Tour Liver Barclay.& Groover's Drug Store The Danger Sig&aLMrs. ;

/ Many a man keeps happy because d-w' Cobwigger-Don't you think Fx r c
is out of order. You go to bed in a
t. he is too deaf to hear what other people J"OU"Ye had enough Ice cream? Stamsb.sc.5rs.
bad humor and get up with a bad A man will have to : FreddIe--Xo. .Trs
j say about him. get used to a ma; I don't feel sick ,
f y fr taste in your mouth. You want lot of things he doesnt bOy about i ret-Life. he+

something to stimulate your lire Was in Poor Health for Years here to enjoy heaven.AU a sT aisati

r Just try Herbine. the dyer regulator.A Ira W. Kelley of Mansfield Pa., Abraham Lincoln
,.. The World
writes: "I was In poor health for two I was a man who
an odds
positive cure for Constipation knows that against:
N :years, suffering from kidney and BaHard's Snow Unlment
and all liver complaints has the highest honor amani;
.. Dyspepsia bladder trouble and spent consider.able no superior for Rheumatism. ( I W ,,sBerl
Mrs. F- Ft. Worth Texas writes: Stiff could get In the United States. -
: i. money consulting physicians I Joints Cuts. Sprains. j
"Hare used Heroine in my family without obtaining any marked benefit "dI"all pains. Buy Lumbago lard's Horehound Syrup has attain W
'' whatI but was cured by Foley's Kidney. It and TOn ,ed a place '
Words can't never
for years. express Will always use It. equaled by any Dijit :e
Cure and I "desire to add testimony Any body who
my bas like
think about it. Everybody: in used BaUard'. Snow remedy. It Is a sure cure
that it may be the cause of re-. a Liniment Is for Coughs
my household are happy and weHandwe storing'tie health of others." Refuse -. living proof of what It does.. AU Colds. Bronchitis Influenza
a and
Ye all
.I ask Of yon Is to Pnlmonary diseases.
owe it to Herbine. Saw i-I substitutes. City Pharmacy. get a JrlaJ botUe.
Price 2e,. Every mother should
SOc keep snppk'ran
.d>w*''I I I and $1.00. Sa T118
: "nee..Drag,Co. __ d-y-J Dee Drug Co. d-w- with thIs wonderful cough medldte.

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PJ Ie to.know that among'.the,r1ch SUMMER WNK _
__ of the senate is Mr. TiUman of Lumber '
_s Shingles Ice Electric
,'South Carolina the senator who Is'popularly Lights When the genuine is bottled you get an

I u. pictured as standing with Power and ideal drink of Coca-Cola superior to '

S: Ha ever ready pitchfork to plunge mI. Turrpentine.Electric I that served at any fountain. Just exE

I." 'eo every man who dares oppose ,him, actly the proper amount of the Coca-

If\ and whose addresses In the senate Lights; in part of the ; Cola syrup lS used; just the proper a
any furnished
rough and at times almost city for m charge is used to carbonate the water The
t I', morons their language-make I! Residence or Business .p arkl e. fiuor and parity is aD there because ,
coarse In t Houses at.a very_reasonable rate. oi1IJ' the pares' distilled water is csed with the
v>me people shudder. Mr. Tillman,!j Electric 'o 4 s ennme Coca-Cola in sterilized bottles. Keep
'it will be assumed. Is a plain man of( power-Day and night current-for: manufacturing it a1wa both refrigerator, and drink '
the article wherever you go
i-the people, and'in many quarters it is. purpose ..

t. Imagined that he has worked his wayto jaekMiviu Ceca-Cola Bottling Company

his present exalted station from Wholesale ond retail JACKSONVILLE FLA.
orders have
City special
i- the ranks of the "poor whites"ti -

t unhappy class in the south that attention, and all orders aromptly fiilled.

regarded with pity even by the ne-. . . . . . . . . .f. .
r.?: jj groes. As a matter of fact. Mr. T11If We wiD give you good prices on low grade ceiling and .

f- JIW1 I* a member one very flooring. Come and
'best families of South Carolina and get our prices.FLORIDA' .

t- the TUlman estate Is one of the finest is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. Itiis $
broad enough to accommodate all and .
;; in the south. The family is an ;

Ii-- old one and has been prominent In RAILWAY HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:

;;the state for generations. A broth- "
I' 'er of Mr. Tillman served in congress q& SCHEDULE.OoNNECrS LThe young folks with their small savings. I

1Dd11ears. A son of Mr. TlllmanI WITH ALL TRAINS OX S. A. L. RT. ANB A. Cl L. RT. AT LIVE OAT.CXNimAI. 2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fundto
I married to a granddaughter of the procure a home or a coMpetency for old age.

*?*famous Governor Pickens who as 1I..u DOW1I. .TTHC. Slabs?. 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and '

[Ajnltlster to Russia-In the late fifties, Nab I the income provided. ;t;
I v 'was regarded as the foremost member MindFdo l..all v N.t t No.-L 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment j
r of the diplomatic corps at St. Bapt g=,a STAr10NSSunday. .
}' Petersburg and whose daughter, t j

L Dooschka. who was born there, was f ..

i the pet of Czar's family. Mr. Pick- 7 80 a m 880 pm Ly.--U..Oak-..... .
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[ Fort Sumter. 10 a .. 4 08 ..miLY. ,- :'-' t y.10 10. 4. D- : SEABOARDAirline

\ _iI 40 a m 4 11..m'Ar._ .WiJmartla___.-- __.Ly,
I I b Of Aristocratic Family. 150 am ILY W1.rt U _...--Ar, 1000-a -4,.:20--p-m

if j- Mr Tillman Is by birth and by ed- .10 a ID L- ..... ._.t......ilk__..._
8 3Oam Lura __ Railway.
polished gentleman. Whenb
F station a 60 a m Ar.....___..__._Wilmth...._
r chose to enter politics In opposi "' '
toes i a m 4 SO It ID Lv--- ---+---+.- Wi1mu1 .- h, 8 57
ruled 1010 a m 4 U p mlL' :-SuWanse.Elver-.L'.,4 6b.a m ID t 1S p r : Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

10 ZO a m 4 ao p m -.N r.r. 45m o18 p ID : Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
be adopted as his platform the farmer 5orwoud--- a 51 p a
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first addresses to the tit 10 a m 4 40 Pill .M- :-.KQo.- .u. 8 II
His s
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It of South: Carolina were made In :!C ::
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defense of his proposition that the "amII L. ..,U tos...._ ... 1 TWO\ ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS\ DOILY\

'- gate should make generous provlslonq 0Ii a lit Ar..u. ...,0.- ._._.... _.._.. L.. .
over. u already stated 'Mr. Tillman I >> .....
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:b'growing richer day. He Is I ILY- Seaboard Mail
f every am 44. Pill PII ---Ar. fSOa ai5pm: Seaboard Express
ofthe, popular lecturers of today. 1.a .
lone t R.oI- L.
< .86
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Lut year he averaged S,500 a mlt'_.__._ L.. s
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m Bth from his lectures, and this 11 a. i Ie P a145p .
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for be has a tour that began on the 06am5 "1D RaOl- 1Aa 820pm Y

;a sliM of the Monday that saw the l' aID IIIP..LY-F __...L'. 145alD 110.mu

' far agricultural colleges, where the a m I a pm L.,. .. ..... .-.. Demnrk..,--......._......LL .18. III p.. The Jamestown Exposition Line

farmers could educate their boys. His Ar -P __ _..-I.,. I .
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nctess taught hims the value of the : NORFOLK VA.

Report of the "plain people" in
South Carolina, Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily '

i la the Senate Mr. Tlllman is re- (d) Teleffmch or TdephoM SUUm (O Plan Station (r) Rea.tea U) Bcgvlar Stop. U .
Statio4 T. P. AUTOM. S 11.-mtdldeDt.
- l tpeeted as an honest and sincere Agency : For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
W.S HAZES General PaMeDa'aL
}I f _pon, of the..rights o( the people, : 'of Seaboard, or write,

; M4 Us occasional outbursts of vio- : S. C. EOYLSTON. JR. Asst. GenL Pass-A ent. JacksorfVffle. Fla.

I. test and uncouth language are deeply llinillllHlllillllilllllMIIIIMIIIIilililMIIHISNOW

regretted by those who know him I
i .fcert. No man is more familiar
vith all the engaging conventional-

r ot"; social intercourse, and few y F

_. .I'ia the senate Ire better versed' j Pi
""Bteratnre and history. More-

ONe of congress and will continue

without interruption until jJ

December.-Baltimore Amer-'I : #i 1j :


of Yen re of Famous Claude
Beneficial Drinks 1
L'Eagte Case }'romlanatt'e:: f Among -

County. Red Rock Ginger AleIs A Sure Cure for Sprains.Rhmznatwm.Wounds.Cuts OH

Sores. Corns, Bunion*.
t (Lakeland News.) In a Class I by Itself Galls. Brj'se Contracted Muscles Lame Back Stiff Joints

ABefing that Judge Stewart, of Frosted F'!:et. Bums. Scalds, etc.
"ute County prejudiced against c Itisofthehigheatpurib 'trbIs. 4Asamaneba.ly AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdue Inflamnoation. l t ,
e0icieat is the relN!and pre. ... arid drives out Pain.
lilt tHen, attorney Robert McNamee a y.pepsnThrecask (9'.r PENETRATES the Pora, loosens the Fibrous Tissue., ,

i fw aang Claude L'Engle. editor -Weak mtd8at Wbea to8su promotes a free circulation of the Blood. gJTJn the MtudM

*. e'Tallahassee Boca.F natural .l ticrty. t
Sun, has filed an ,
Sofa e.eryWhea 1a 4evit for a change of venue orL'6ngle buttla.er to a i1aa. tram ONCE DIED ALWAYS USED .

.. 4a.iars. Tampa case to'pdlk Evening coutny News.says JacKsonville The, Red RocK, Florida.Co. CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

4 .L'jle U under several indict-
..Ms.tor criminal libel the resultauks b SIi" E. A. ShtTMoa,500 craig St..KaoxrOU,
Ter.n.. write: '*I have beta trying the baths of l'
made through his paper Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but I 1
John A. Graham a candidate jet more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than medicine or anything I have ever tried. 1
*.rsKesentatlve In the-Legislature a Inclosed find postoffic order far$1.00. Scad me pa 1
'- LBiigie case to Polk county says large bottle by Southern Rxpre**." iliCLIV }

.- THREE SIZES: 25c. SOc AND $1.00 i
cases were called recent- of the trial be-

,*_ ledge Stewart's court..L'Engle the Manatee court still yearns in vain the desired It Is the scene nearest county to Man- Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 1
**J In contempt and officers for the presence court. ST. LOWS. U. S. A.
*,-. filed atee that has a county
patched to Tallahassee armeWt Now L'Engle's counsel has it til

capias, to bring him before the charge that Judge Stewart is pre- The future of the Interesting case l l .
l :
IINrt. The officers were "head- client and that will be watched with interest.
against his
t W"-b7, >> Governor Broward, who SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Is such in Manatee
that L'Engle as State Prin- public Some men seem to forget that the
d not leave county that L'Engle could not obtaina
Tallahassee wlth-
died Is nosign ;
danger, to the public Interr fair trial there. fact that they never Suwannee Drug Comp ny. ;; ..
not going to.
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UYE,OAK DAILY M10CRAT these men were appointed at a time l state legislation from the opportunity ;: .

Published every Afternoon when partisan considerations ruled Ito continue their operations for the PA1WAY

Except Sunday. i much more strongly at Washingtonthan manipulation of railroad properties

1 they do now. Mr. Roosevelt la their own Interest. They have

'J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma' *r.! wants 'no re-election ta his office; been checked in this matter and to sews UPOII THE SUwAMIEt RVBT

party trammels sit lightly upon him tie use of the money of the great life

Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak. and his whole course since the beginning insurance companies and they are Mineral Springs Hotel
'Florida. as Second Class Mail Matter of his present term has showna enraged and desperate. Their day of and C
November 7. 1905.
took policy
conspicuous almost startling Independence doom came when the law
of claims and traditions holders moneyfrom their hands and HOT AND COt D BATHS UNSURPASSED, QOOO TABLE. Q)
THE LITE Oil railroad
ti COIPA1Y. in discharging his executive forbade them to plunder r PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES SHAOY ..t
The PAY1UDc.
duties. In his present mood he is as stockholders at their pleasure. *s
when men ,,
likely t> give us a Democrat as a time has passed .
of the United
mailed to any part Gould
Republican as the successor of Judge riman and Morgan and Jay
for $5.00
States, postage prepair.
per year; 12.50 for six months; Swayne. provided only that some could make twenty millions In twenty ADDRESS: PflRK HOTEL. DOWLING 111RK. FLO JD&
mat- ,
I.:5-for three months, or SO cents Democrat of conspicuous fitness shall minutes. There Is nothing the

for five weeks. In advance. Delivered get the endorsement of the people ter with productive forces of the nation -

to any part of the city, by and press of Florida. We have cer- ,and nothing the mater with the lanolin doubt. The only uncertainty be quite sufficient la ;
carrier for 10 cents per week. It is a arises from the lack why
tainly the right to expect that our governments and the laws. in the situation should a woaas

two senators shall not endorse a case of the few complainants on the of definite knjwledge as to how long involved? If a na s 1,5

The governor and his adjutantgeneral Republican for the office until the one side and of the whole nation on foolhardy financiers will continue to source a charge a .

should get together. A wider bar of the Northern district has been the other. How can any one accountfor run their heads against the stone wall which so enrages fcia

opening of the breach will injure the heard from unless they are practically the fact that twenty-two state of the inevitable. a brain storm, whet Jfef?

state troops and the people will not sure that no Democrat need apply governments, following the exampleof true or not ta is )

stand for It,-Pensacola Journal. the federal government, simultan- A Menace Td Human Life. mittlng. murder h

THE MIAMI WAY. eously adopted stringent reform legis- (Richmond Times-Dispatch This must not bt t
The logical Inference from all the lation for the carrying companies The acquittal of Judge Loving Is Virginia. We *

portentous gossip about the dispatchof The people of Miami have shown excepting upon the theory that an enough to alarm the state. If this written law" and an earyb
our battleships to the Pacific ocean themselves fully equal to a grave pub- sentiment demanded ,
overwhelming public trial and verdict established a precedent -
responsibility to
is that before doing so we should lie emergency and deserve very high are absrtrd
it? The American people when
in Virginia.. hereafter a woman
ous extremes
have secured the consent of Japan to praise for not doing what so many not cranks; they are not given to indulgence charges a man with an offense Public
that end. other people less Intelligent and welt outbursts of : be aroused and erystall
in senseless her honor, and relates it to
balanced.. have done under like circumstances against must be a radical resis d
rage. The desire for legislation member of the family and so
a criminal
Ocala has a fire department to be and wrought widespread which would correct railroad abuses law by the ses w J
inflames his passion as to cause a
proud of and its fire station would be injury to the community in conse- has appeared in every part of the
will be
"brain storm, such a man
The other day a prominent t: A WoBderfal g
creditable to the largest city in Flor- quence. country because these abuses long
ida. It looks thoroughly metropolitan Miami bank suspended and was declared existent, had become at last too grievous justified in slaying the person ac- Port Byron. X Y.. ass
insolvent. Prompt notice was ,cused. It will matter not whether one of the most
judged by the picture in the Banner to be endured. It was Harrie remar)
that the other local banks the woman's story be true or false;
wernot healing
of Tuesday. In this respect we given man's luck to touch the spark to the ever recorded &*
will concede that Ocala is a few laps materially affected by the failure powder. But the anger of the peoplehas whether it be an exaggeration or a King, of that place says --3 -
but doubtless if the panic spirit had pure invention. Not a word of testimony Arnica Salve
ahead of Live Oak--at the present been gathring force for years, cored a tiles
time. prevailed and the example of a few and Harriman was only the latest to can be Introduced in court to leg with which I U4 nW

timid and nervous souls_had been followed provoke it. The shot fired at Fort impeach the witness. The only thing 80 years. I am BOW fjjfr-j

Now Is the time when we make a general run on the other Sumter was not the cause of the Civil necessary will be to make the jury Guaranteed to ear tH tans$fc
banks might have been precipitatedand believe that she told such a story tothe
good our contention that Florida War. The causes lay far back in,the clay & Groover. $
they might have been found at the bar and that the
is a resort for health and pleasure as political history of the nation.

good in summer as in winter. In the without enough cash to meet the un- For years the people have been dis- shock of it deprived him of his reason

Northern cities they are dying every expected demand of every depositor. pleased with railroad management for the moment If the prisoner was I

day in scores from sunstroke and the This would have been a terrible blow but at last public opinion became once a drunkard and had injured his

heat in nearly all parts of the coun- to Miami not in the least degreechargable strong enough to enforce reform. brain and weakened his will power

try np there is oppressive. No to the banks but to a much the better
Tery That work will never be undone.. Nod by strong drink so
sunstrokes in Florida and the weather pa>}io-stricken herd of depositors matter what happens to railroad for his case. He will be less responsible

is Just warm enough to give an had lost their good judgment an securities. the nation is resolutely in law than otherwise he would 1j2ao
added zest to the great watermelon were Insisting upon an unreasonable
determined to put the great corporations have been. +Na t.
debauch now in progress all over the demand. But the people of Miami railroad and ether, into subjeC- Can any doctrine more dangerousthan }

State. Did you ever eat a water- were not that kind. They rallied tion to law and to keep them there. this be imagined? It is simply 9P

melon up North gentle reader Talk around the two banks whose solvency They will no longer rule and rob this astounding. We have the Southern
about was unquestioned no run was made
barren there
ideality you
country. The Wall street people lnSinct.Ve understand why a Vir-
have It. It is like a kiss without that and. to show their entire confidence
must supply a bill of particulars before ginia jury will not convict a man who RO i
nameless charm we all recognize but they even increased their deposits. In
they can succeed in persuading has slain another it that other had
f none can define. this way they saved their banks and WATCH BUYISS
anybody that the recent legislation debauched his home. But we balkat
their city from a great disaster.and
promises to be harmful. That there the new Aversion of the "unwritten
that. too. without making any sacri- If wish for esckvhr !
you sleds
: We reproduce today from the has been a loss of favor for railroad law" 'wiiich is the worst form of,
fice or incurring the slightest loss or watch nth ahtoIute taewfttmf
Philadelphia North American one securities must, however be admitted law.
risk but simply by exercising good meat,your: ideM of ftAe&n t2
of the notably strong and but no%ne can say this is not If this doctrine is accepted In Vir-
common sense and refusing to get &revelation in
thoughtful journals of the country due solely to dishonesty in the railroad -
ginia it will be Impossible to convict
excited In the presence of an emer-
a strikingly clear and comprehensivearticle offices! What could happen to
who has
gency. Even one man who keeps his any man murdered another THEHOWARD
on that question now every an investor who has studied Harrl-
head and does the right thing at a provided only he can induce some woman
where agitated in the United States man's processes but that he shouldbe
critical period is a big asset in a community in his family to swear in court
of the reform and regulation of railroad shy of putting his money into rail-
but when there is a town full that she told him the victim had dis-
management The subject is road stocks and bonds? It is unques-
of them as seems to have been the honored her. It matters not how WATCHlet
confused to many minds and the issue tionable that stock-watering and excessive
case in Miami that town is wealthy bad the man may be. It matters not
f not clearly denned but the articleI bond issuing have discouragedthe
beyond computation in the characterof how bad the woman may be. The us"show"All yD
from the North American puts it so public from investing its moneyin
its citizenry and there can.be no law is no respecter of persons. A
plainly that any reader may under railroad securities. It is but a few sate *
doubt of its future.. plea which suffices In one case must standard
stand it and furnish himself with months since the Pennsylvania Railroad -

sound reasons for insisting that the Company took the property of 'W -

__. roads shall be brought to terms and THE RAIIJtOADS. the stockholders of the Philadelphiaand FOR RENTFour sale by

A made to respect the rights of the people (Philadelphia North American.) Erie Company without so muchas

4 whose patronage sustains theIIL.The With the volume of business show- asking leave. Thus was ended a R ALFORThe !

railroads heretofore accustomedto ing no diminution with prices of forty-year-old plot conducted right

have practically their own way in commodities not declining with the under our noses by respectable Jeweler

nearly all things are now clamorous surplus In the United States treasuryfull gentlemen engaged in railroading. nice offices to let in the

L In their complaints of unjust treatment three times larger than it was a Will a bitten Philadelphia and Erie Lewin Building. Can be had uyr.OAX.ru.FLORIDA -

by Congress and the various year ago and with the railroads stockholders put any more of his

legislatures but. as the Nortn American actually embarrassed with traffic it money where the respectable Pennsylvania in suits if wanted. Centrally BOOT & ice'

very aptly says: "It is a casa will be hard to persuade the Ameri- railroaders can'get their handson located sewerage and water

of the few complainants on the one can people that anything of an alarm- it? connections 4 C
in the Building.
side and of the whole nation on the ing nature is the matter with busi- Andrew Carnegie speaking in Lon-

other." ness conditions in this country. don on Saturday re-echoed sentiments Moderate rent. Its' a Pretty .

But the Wall street organs and expressed many times in The Cool Pro

spokesme nare doing their best to North American when he said -
excite alarm. Perhaps they may "President Roosevelt is a truly con-

The Pensacola Journal says that succeed after a while. If the million servative man. who remedies abuses. One five room cottage to

any effort to secure the appointmentof aire blacklegs in that region could He is the best friend of the railroads, let. This is right in the heartof

a Democrat to succeed Judge create a semi-panic they would then and. so Jar from lowering the bonds tie city and is
-* Swayne will be futile and for that have some sort of an argument upon and shares, will enhance their value located for -

reason urges that a unanimous which to base their denunciations o< and give to the European investor some businessman.
4 endorsement go up from the State for the recent railroad legislation. Now element of security hitherto lacking." .

the appointment of a Republican to with everything booming they have This is the truth. It Is obviously the 1:

the office who is "a native Floridianand absolutely none. truth. Were it possible for some

not only one who wa born In The New York Financial Chronicle strong power to supply an absolutely \VeHave !t

this State but who has spent his life on Saturday complained of "the low trustworthy guarantee that the rule some

here who knows the habits man- state of credit. "This" it said "is of straight honesty in all
.. things will oocliProperties.For
,c; nets customs and who enjoys the most of all apparent in the marketfor hereafter prevail In American rail

goodwill and esteem of the railroad securities the largest road management, .there Is certainty

native Floridian." The Journal evi- body of securities: in the Unitel States. that the value of the securities Sale

dently has a candidate in mind but'I and It is so because our rulers and once advance.. So far as legisla-wouldat for these! hot days to qual;r-.

I doesn't mention his name. Tor our legislators have been showing a disposition tion can offer such a our delicious Ice.f
an will
part we think that the time was to do what will put the Income attempt has now. been Apply to the youngsters enjoyt
made to do it; undersigned for aldars. Pure .
,favorable the of that class of companies be and
never more nor prospect all the indications are that con flavorings with pan* ..
_- better thad right now to secure low a point at which the managerscan fidence is slowly being restored. The further information. I'', Cream of the best aaa5CJ.+ dI II.

the appointment of a Florida Democrat make enough to cover their neces- present situation is nothing drink which assuate oolafod",
more nor leaves a feeling 4'
to the vacant :Federal judgeship. sary repairs needed new work, ordin- less than a great contest between the Scrupulous cleanbnes "

Land if there were no divided counsels ary expenses interest charges and people who demand a of the soda fountain.

n the subject we believe that the dividends." We shall comprehendthe and safe Investments and square a deal few EDWARDS REALTY[ GO..I -

esldent would respond to the, gen- meaning of this kind of wickedand scores of money kings, who desire the Nts

Li wish and give Us such a man. foolish talk if we remember that old methods of financing great enterprises Lewin Florida Book S

the case of Judge Jones of Ala- there must necessarily be discontentat to remain, so, that they may Building Room 3. I --

eiaa., and Judge Speer. of Georgia, the present moment among the make millions by a mere turn of the :

:.t. have two'notable precedents near speculators in New York who have hand. The outcome of the struggle ETAw TA1t C. C. co1r!

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[OOUS( PERSONAL! the' city. R.yesterday.E. Woe of Orarnd was r rMris. Ii: ; i. : ; : ; ; ; i. ; ; ; i ; ; i i i ; ; i. .* Made a Fine Pwehasev

:: ill 1 : } T R Pickett ot Newberrr,E TH,
Constable !
iellbos II I
Morgan, vf
,. !among those who spent Monday la:-
it- OF INTEREST BRIEFL!r was here this morning. laa.Sie3v. '. .

'- CHRONICLED FOR DEMO Mr. Pickett has for several
,%_ CRAT READERS Thos. Dowling No
went to Jackson Claim II been engaged In the ;manufacture of
:; ville today on >,slnes3..
lumber Half -
j near Moon. In the West
,Lv : .End. and has been quite successful.

THEY' COME AND THEY, fi 0( son A.of D.Perry McCrlmson and L T. MePher- : I He has ab*.ut worked out the forests
are at the Ethel today. : : of that section however, with the re-
;, : |suit that he has closed down this mill, '"
Eld. J. T. Butler and sons. went to Is out of place when we talk our FURNITURE- :and has made a purchase from the
Oak and Suwannei,
jot UTe Jacksonville
r. this morning. reliability. A look through will :Suwannee Lumber Company of a,
J..i count/ Gathered by the Demo- convince you. If
* ., you want to :; valuable tract of timber land comprising -
get posted
era* Reporter T. M. King the !: come to us.
wrr--- express agent is j'J 6,000 acres together with alluptodate
spending a few days in Rochelle. i;, sawmill plant in Suwannee -

) 1 county six miles to the westward -
I For an automobile tide phone 109fjad John W. Hawkins' I
family are at r of Live Oak and will at once
tending the picnic at Little River to j assume charge of the premises.
Willis of the Park was here day.
e I Mr. Pickett is a thorough mill
:oday. : Jt We make it our business to get the best and it's I man. and will make a fine success of
J. A. **
Carrie who sells the celebrated no worry if you allow us to tell about it. I i Jhls j new purchase.-Gainesville SlID.I .
[For electric fans see J. C. Lyle. Victor Hugo cigars is in the

F. city today. \ I Sworn In.
?J. W. Carver of O'Brien Is in the In command of a certain western

jty today. J. L. Edwards wife and son will {..1, .post is a well-known veteran of the
go; to Jacksonville this evening on a t army soon to be retired who Gen. E
ML G. Cleary. of Rossburg waai pleasure trip. # J Miles used to declare "was the mostt

ra yesterday. z t i'profane officer In this or any other
The associate editor of the Mayo :army."
G..T. Scott of Taylor county was Free Press was here today enroute J. B. BARTON & CO. I I A day or two prior to the departure
M9 yesterday.Dr. to Greenville. i of this officer from Washington
} H. L. CAMPBELL, MANAGER j I to take the post mentioned a lady ata t

H. M, Taylor of Crystal Rive, Remember tha : :ess goods sale at tf reception inquired of Gen Mile
ru here today. The Ladles' Emporium is on until t. i whether the officer first referred to-
Thursday night. :t ! ':1 . . . : bad duly qualified for his new com =p

1 E. Wadsworth. of Jacksonville., mand.
:fla the city today. J. E. Ledbetter. of Dowling Park, PRIVATE i "Yes madam." respnded Miles t
and S. A. Ledbetter of Gainesville BOARD.-Mrs. A. Hurst 14000. The feature that Is most gravely. "He swore himself In*yes
Sid Conner shipped two cars of are in the city. prepared to take boarders transient pleasing to the people of White I terday."-Harper's Wekly.
or regular at her residence in
Springs is the fact that
iterations yesterday. over half of
Mrs. Bache Mrs. Mills and Miss East end of town near depot. Prices these seventy lots were purchased by J t I Wise Plan.

jam. O. L. White, of Gainesville. Llllie Hawkins went to the Little reasonable. Rooms comfortable. tf people from a distance, people who Tom-Do you believe In keeping
w here yesterday. River picnic today. do not live in White Springs. but who the friendship of a dog?
The Consolidated Realty and Improvement intend to erect homes and cottageson Dick-Sure. Especially if he Is.

\\ji JL. Ledbetter. of Gainesville: Isi D. W. Adams of Norwood was Company of Waycross their purchases and move here cross and happens tj belong to the
4 tfc*dty today.Deputy i here this morning, en route to Fer- yesterday closed one of the most some of them for*the summer some girl you often call on.-York Dis
landina and Jacksonville. sucessful real estate sales ever con- fir the winter and some permanently. patch.
ducted in the state of Florida. The .
Stokely is taking in theUttit
sale aggregated seventy lots in Su-
Hirer picnic today.'Jack Patrick Carrel of Luraville, who
has been here a couple of days, returned White wannee Terrace a new subdivision of Seems Likely."It "My wife has. lost the power of
Taylor returned this morning home this morning. Springs opened up by the is said that the safety-pin winvented as speech."
r r *a West Florida. Consolidated in the northwestern part by a man." ... I "Well just see that she doesn't receive -
' Mrs. P. T. Mickler who has been of the town along the high bluff of : "And I'll wager he was some man any sudden fright."
the Suwannee river. It was.a beautiful whose wife too "Would that make her
e JlUu Sharp and wife of White visiting Sam Mlckler's family returned was busy assisting f disability -
ifeft,were here yesterday to Fernandina this morning. piece of property aqd the lots with the social uplift to keep his t permanent.?"
averaged a' little over $200 each the trousers properly equipped ith, but-r "No it might restore her voice._. .

Ma M Rosa, of Rossburg. was J. W. Messer. wife and son, H. F. I entire sale amounting to a little above :ons.M Chicago Record-Herald. Houston Post.

*e trading yesterday. Messer, were here this morning, en. pr I
route to I I
Fenholloway and Perry.
.'.4 8aai
J.Uj Bartoa ts transacting businesst .1.
t JtekwmvUl today.C. Mrs. McEvoy went to Wellborn yesterday '

and today will attend the SPECIAL SUMMER DRESS GOODS SALE
H. Brown went to Jacksonville picnic to be held at Little River. .
rfif oa btulness.Me .
Mrs. Messer, of Williston. who has

tread from Perry at the Park been visiting her parents in Perry, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Mtjo also swelled the throng was her this morning en route home. I ,

[.*all the summer goods you need Linen lawns, dimities, nainsooksand and
July 10 II.
f*5 little folks during the sale at all summer dress goods going at 9,

Lades Emporium. _2 t a bargain at The Ladles' Emporium.

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)IkUvaine who recently had D. Gaylard, of McAlpin, was here

win broken, is reported as 1mi today on business. He reports a terrible -
'm hall storm in that section Monday -
that did great damage to growing The Ladies' EmporiumREDUCED '

w more months of hot weatherw cotton. t
e: remember the sale at
U*$.*Emporium. 2t Dr. T. s. Anderaan acted as chief '
news butcher on the W. O. W. ex-
**l Fwd went to Dowllng Park I cursion this morning with Sheriff ..

kaani.. to attend the WoodNaaic. Rickerson. Archie Leslie and R. H.

Holmes.as: assistant; The way they Entire stock of dress goods will be on
I sold soda water was a caution. .

"i RARE CHANCE.!-A gent's display tables. Your choice on each tableat
txeeileat order, only |10. I Mrs. Robt. Williams left here yes-
tace. terday for White Springs, and from a certain price.
there will go to Montezuma. .

4 p.w ine and lace Mcllvalne Mrs. Susie Crossant. of Jacksonville I .

lUtaelr home in Elliey this who has been here visiting her .'

aunt, Mrs. Carraway, returned home TH I 5 .\"\ 1 E should be of great interest to every lady of ., t ,
this morning. i. ...J .- 1 Live oak. t .
!wee '
want draping of any _.. ..
= ****' W. W. Private cars of the Florida East :"- ---
N. Boavyesterday .
L. Coast the Atlantic Coast Line
tf passed through here this morning,, WHITE LAWNS I.

Hardware Co., going east over the Seaboard. The -

i carloads of wire field road officials commissioners had been meeting at Tallahasee.A the rail-. are scarce and prices are advanced t

!t Dean Valdosta special of the 9th has bought largely before the advance,
seed, cabbage,
s : tor fall planting atieLtll collision the following, which account killed two of a men head-on and give the l ladies a chance to buy

four Injured. "A head-on collision
wmphreys and Mrs. between freight trains on the At- BARGAIN. I
= ** the
h2 Springs
a lantic Coast Line occurred at Blue

...__ Springs, ten miles from here, last PATTERNS."i
Qlgbt. Twj: dead; five injured. The See The Remnant I
4 won
Ble this and children dead: T. J. Johns, flagman, son of F
J morning on Sheriff: Johns of Jasper Fla.; George

Everett, colored, who was stealing a '

ride on top of the cars. The injured The Ladies' :
a5 in town this Engineer Wells, left leg broken;

load of fine melons Engineer Sasser, injuries slight -
mocrat with one. George Cunningham and Simon
Wright, negro brakemen, seriously injured FREE DELIVERY ;
tuber 2 Smith- ; unknown negro leg broken .
In' flret-claaa con- and otherwise seriously hurt. Twenty !' I"I"t" "
sash. Apply to cars were piled on each other and I :::" ::: r !" r" ; Sr.

Kith engines demolished. ;


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WHAT THEY THINK ABOUT IT. !would have to seek a fight in Japans NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR present the same to the underslgnd

home waters. I LETTERS PATENT. within two year from date, as An Ordinance to imwyi

Movement of Our Fleet to Pacific the wired by t w. the discovery of tfcr,
Excitement in France. Notice Is hereby given that Intoxicating '
Brings Out Ominous Predictions. undersigned will on the 24tn day of LIZZIE DEXTER,, liquor,1 -
Paris. July 7.-President Roose- July, A. D. 1907 applT to Hon. N. RUBY DEXTER. porate limit of th
Lond? July 7.-The present tension of the State of Oak Florida
n. velt's decision to dispatch a fleet of B. Broward. Governor Executrixes. to

between the United States and warships to the Pacific has/ led the poratingThe Florida. for Letters Patent and Incor-Sup May 24. 1907. m24-St swearing therein1vendor

Japan is exciting the keenest interestof more sensational newspapers in ply Company'* under. the following mating 3 -

all the European diplomatists. France to jump at the conclusion that I articles. of Incorporation: EXECUTOR'S NOTICE- Be it ordained'fey"City tM-
the situation is more delicate than appears -f E. R. WISE. Notice is hereby given that sixty Courtfl of ttt Q
of them however believe that It will W. C. BEVAN.R Florida.
on the surface. This view I J. ALLEN.T. days after the first publication of this
reach the stage of warfare .becausethe however is absolutely repudiated in A. MIKELL. Section 1. Wboett..

heavy burden of debt Japan U responsible .circles, where the utmost.t J. M. HL' GSOY. notice I. as executor and for the corporate limits of. tlatf

I J. T. WARD. estate of Jno. F. White deceased Oak, Florida
carrying as a source of her failure to confidence is expressed that existing Articles of Incorporation. aaaa feg

obtain indemnity from Russia,. forbids or future differences between the t ARTICLE L will make my annual report and public place in a s a "

United States and Japan will be The name of this corporation shall file vouchers of said estate to the tion or bolrteroui. o*
her embarking on a similar costly -
and Supply under
be "The Union Milling influence
amicably adjusted.Nevertheless .
enterprise in the next decade. It is the Company'* and its principal place of Honorable J. N.: Conner. County. liquor, so that he
possibility of com- er
business shall be in Suwannee County in the of Live
# Judge at his office city behave in
that'the United -
nevertheless a
recognized natural
plications was foreseen when France State of Florida. _
Oak. Florida and ask that the same taken
States Is acquiring the enmity of two months ago in the spirit of ARTICLE IL I In charge by tip

I i Japan as one of her national assets friendship tendered her good offices That the general nature shall of the be be approved.W. any policeman of the
business of said
t which may prove a handicap in the with a view to having Japan and the Saw Milling Cotton Ginning. GristMill C. WHITE Executor. Oak. Florida, and de

event of trouble with any other povN United States conclude an arrange- and dealing In General Merchandise Live Oak Fla.. July 5. 1907 d-9t: until sober, and shag
and Farmers' Supplies and before the crtsrl
I Mayor ia
.er, ment covering questions relating II
Se.3 ; I
the Manufacture of Cotton nr
Great Britain finds herself in asembarrastng to the Pacific. I ducts. NOTICE. may be required
position also because In military circles, where the sit ARTICLE III. Forty acres of fine farm land half whom he or she

she Is obliged to stand between her uation is regarded' from a different The amount of capital stock of this I toxicating liquor.

colonies and her ally in the matter of, standpoint the dispatch of battleships corporation shall be Five Thousand mile northwest of incorporation line I Section 2. When

anti-Japanese laws. Transvaal has i Is considered an elementary shares Dollars.of divided the par into*value five of hundred Ten Dol- of Live Oak. side of public road. It I brought before the jfalrc

law of The said capital stock is worth thousand dollars, I will Mayor shall require _
Just put into operation a regulating measure prudence, on the ground lars each. one I

the entry of Asiatics which applies that strategically it will protect the shall be paid in lawful money of the sell for eight hundred dollars.J. testify under oath tto\\__

to India subjects, as well as to United States against being caught United States.ARTICLE IV H. McCULLERS and from whom he er tgj

the Japanese and the Chinese and napping, and diplomatically it will That the term for which this cor- such intoxicating nqs

which compels them to submit to an force Japan's hand if that nation. poration shall exist shall bs ninety- 5th-d-6t-wlt Live Oak. Fla. or her refusing to tit

examination and registry with thumbprints harbors aggressive designs. nine years. upon his or her t

like criminals which is ex- A significance feature of the Frenchcomment ARTICLE V. Notice of Application for Tax: : Deed manner as to lead tt*;

ceedingly Irritating to them. is that lhe possibility of The business of said corporation Under<< Section 8 of Chapter 4888, lieve that his or hey
shall be conducted by a President.
Australia threatens legislation o'u trouble occurring Is considered only Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Laws of Florida. evasive or false, tae 91r

1 the same lines. Alfred Deakin. the from the side of Japan. The Sol elf and a board of six Directors. That Notice Is.tereby given that R. L. warning without sel >14
the board of directors shall be elect- judge him or her to fc i
his the
Australian recent San
premier during regards Francisco incidents Dowling purchaser of Tax Certificate
ed annually by the stockholders and of court and
visit to England repeatedly said in as a mere cloak to the real issue the officers of said corporation shall No. 1S8. dated the 2nd day of June shalt

his speeches that the chief national which it thinks may be traced to the be elected at the annual meeting of A. D. 1902, has filed said certificatein tempt by insprUoa, gg j
the board of directors to be held on i jail not exceeding ter<
question with which Australia must determination of Japan to enforce her office and has made application -
the first Saturday in August of each my fine
deal was the menace of the inflow of commercial supremacy in China and year. The first election shall be heldin for tax deed to,issue in accordance not exceeding fctj i

Japanese labor. the Pacific August. 1907. That until the first with law. Said certificate embraces or by both seek gat aft

Witte's Prediction. "For Japan now or never" it adds. election, under this charter the busi- the following described meat
"In ten years, \hen' the American ness of said corporation shall be con- property Section If*pot.<
ducted by R. J. Allen President, W. situated In Suwannee county.
The Hague. July 7.-The send mentioned la SeetJd
fleet's1 predominacy is unchallengeableand ,. t
C. Bevan. Vice President; T. A. Florida to-wit: south one-half of
ment of the delegates to the peace the Panama canal has been completed Mikell Secretary-Treasurer; and the southwest one-fourth brought before the > x +t i
of Section %9,
conference regarding the question it will be too late. Board of Directors shall be: E. R. close the Baa of tis pare
between the United, States Wise W. C. Bevan R. J. Allen T. Township 1, south. Range 12 east. whom he or she
Japanese Admiral Insulting. A. Mikell. J. M. Hingson and J. T. The said land being assessed at the
and Japan is that the, tuatlon is unfortunate Ward. toxicatiisg Uqaor, aa! &t\\
date of the issuance of such certifi-
for both countries as the 1 Tokio. July 8. Hochf this I ARTICLE VI. date ot such par****! .

original incident causing tension between morning prints an interview with Ad That the highest amount of indebtedness cate in the name of Peacock LumberCo. such a manner at te ta4*

the two countries is dispropor miral Sakamoto. which the admiralis or liability to which this Unless said certificate shall be to believe that tike
corporation can at time be subjected
any -
tionate to the grave results which quoted as follows: ,is twenty-five hundred dollars. redeemed according to law tax deed bably true, tae Karer i

may follow, The question the delgates e"Should hostilities break out between ARTICLE vii. will issue thereon on the 5th, day of there reduce or earn lH

think is likely to create a Japan and America, the result That the names and residences of August A. D. 1907. the said tettlttoai i* -
the subscribers to the
hosde atmosphere endangering their would: be indecisive, owing to a wantof of this corporation and capital the amount stock Witness my official signature and have said perioa tip foss 1 1it

termer friendly relations had opened proper: bases of operations. Such subscribed by each are as follows: seal this the 2nd day of July A. D. by affidavit tsku ai

i ... vast fields. bases as exist are too distant for E. R. Wise Live Oak. Fla., R. F. 1907.. the said Mayer. U sr lsS
{ D. No 4
ten shares.
f Although the sending of a fleet by practical purposes. Eveji the..nearestbases W. C. Bevan Live Oak. Fla., R. F. J. W. BRYSON. refuse to sign aa41

the United States ta the Pacific coast namely the Pescadores. Cantoand.l1anIa D. No. 2. ten shares. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county testimony whoa .

cannot be interpreted as a threat it are 600 miles from one R. ,. Allen Live Oak. Fla., R. F Florida. the said Mayor shad tae**|
D No 4
five sharesT
scion may give rise to dangerous another. Even If the Washingtongovernment A. flcate that the rid Irttiss
Mikell. Live Oa). Fla.. R. F.
popular excitement which the ad- should decide on a war D. No. 4, ten shares.J. NOTICE. taken before Mm saNj

ministration of Washington might not .it is doubtful whether the Americans M. Hingson Live Oak Fla., R. Court of County Judge in and for date thereof
F. D. No. 2. five shares.
be able to control. serving in the navy are sufficiently Suwannee County, Florida.
The patriotic to fight.'American J. -T. Ward Live Oak. Fla., R. F. Section i. If he a
Spanish representatives say Probate Jurisdiction the
by County
D. No.. 4, ten shares. "
that the United States has now founda navaltofflcers are brit Judge: reduced to vrlti&f
liant figures at balls and E. R. WISE. any person fca* lS t-, .
hard nut to crack. The Russians social gatherings Whereas, George Taylor (colored)
C. #
remark that the predictions of Witte but they are very deficient in has eating liquors U j
applied to this Court
(Seal) R. J. ALLEN, : by petition -
that the next war will be between professional training and practice. It T. A. MIKELL for letters of Administration on Florida, tbe said ftfl'

Japan and the United States is approaching is too much to expect a burning pat J. M. HINGSON. the estate of Maxtha Brown (colored) sue nU warrant te fl!a j

realization. The English riotism in the American naval servicein State ot Florida J. T. WARD. late of said County deceased; person vr per"

French and Japanese delegates be- case of war with Japan. It is likely Snwonnee County.. Now these are therefore to cite selling utoxkaaacbrought

liege that both governments:>> t that most of the crews would desert Before me, J. B. Johnson, a notary and admonish all and singular the before kl$

v Washington and at. Tokio.slncerelywish and leave the ships." I public for tie State of Florida at1al'g" kindred as in other past !
and creditors
of said deceased ,
personaLly, came E. R. Wise, Section S. Tke
to reach an understanding and deprecate- W. C Bevan R. :. Alien, T. A. to be and 'appear before. this
will not be influenced by jingoism. e Mikell. \.M. Hingson and J. T. Ward, Court ,on the 26th day of July. A. the name el I
Some of the Americans here are of United States and express the conviction who each iBg: duly sworn says that D. 1907. and file brought before tM
the opinion that the situation may that all sources of trouble between they have u.,ard read the foregoing objections If any I at the trial of she I Iif .
articles they have
'- of Incorporation, and that to the granting letters
lead tan American-German entente the two'c
which while preventing the isolationof removed. poses therein mentioned I any matafti
and granted to
C set said.applicant If he can
Germany would be th estrongest forth. duly qualify as prayed. ]her prevlow wI. a

compact against British supremacythat War Against ConsumptionAll Sworn to and subscribed before me Witness my hand and seal of said :or she shall be
could be made. nations are endeavoring to [this 15th day of June. A. D. 1907. Court at the Courthouse of said County State aatkoritktInrr.

Germansre Interested. check the ravages of consumption, J. B. JOHNSON, this the 24th'Aav ftf .Tnno. A._ TV. J .
--- --" -- ---- -- -
I Notary Public State of Florida 1907. Section _
Berlin, July 7.-The conviction of the "white plague" that claims so under tW (
j. w. CONNER
an ultimate conflict between Japan many victims, each year. Foley's NOTICE. taken In Chute
County Judge of and In Suwannee
and the United States appears to be Honey; and Tar cures coughs and To Whom lion 1 ball 1t $
May Concerti: County Florida. w6-2 8-41
widespread in Germany. It is one ol colds perfectly and in Notice or ber oa > dsSection
i you are no Is hereby given that the
tte subjects certain to be referred to T. Ay V
danger of consumption. Do not riskyour Board of County Commissioners of
wherever diplomatists and NOTICE. herewitt tie JSecliea
militaryand Suwannee I. lict
health by taking some County Florida. wilL
naval officials and others accus- unknown the on In Circuit Court Third Judicial Circuit I 1*

tomed to follow international politics preparation when Foley's Honey and i -23d day k of July A. D. 1907 ato'clo of Florida in and for the take effect to t,
I <:
Tar is safe and certain in meet with the
meet. The newspapers! agree that results. county Assessor County of Suwannee. by Ube -
The genuine is in a yellow of Taxes of said age
President Roosevelt is earnestly tryIng IX RE:
County at the clerk's office in Mayor.
to satisfy the City Pharmacy. d-w Live Application of
requests. Oak, Florida Lyda M. Davis to become
for the
They agree also that Japan asks noth purpose of a Free Dealer.
Idleness add negligence are little and equalizing the tax as- This ,
ing unreasonable. They recognize sessment rolls come on for hearing upon the
that the difficulty lies in the questionof less than synonyms for final failure. for tie of said County; and petition notice and report of the Attest: S. F lL -
purpose of hearing
race, the economic antagonism of v--- sad receiving testimony complaints Special Master herein filed on the I, S P.Cty .

the Californians against the Japanese G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center value of any property, real as or to the 26th day of June A. D. 1907, and of U" tk.

and the constitutional impossibility of N. Y., writes: "About four years as fixed by the County personal was considered by'the Court and up- certify that

federal coercion.It ago, I wrote you stating that I bad of Taxes for the Assessor on consideration thereof It Is ordered ft

is believed by many that the been entirely cured of a severe kid- for the present year.purpose of taxation adjudged and decreed by the Na 59 wu

group of ruling statesmen in Japanare ney trouble by taking less than two W. A. Court: That the report of the Special City Conseil ua. "i

preparing to fight the United bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It Chairman Board County TISON Commission. Master be and the same is hereby D. 1907 F Fby arc

States for the mastery of the Pacific entirely stopped the brick dust sediment ers.Attest. I confirmed and the said Lydia M. certiged .

regardless of the San Francisco in and pain and symptoms of :' Davis is hereby granted a license to
provaLitness t
cidents. kidney disease disappeared. I am take charge of and manage her own '
J. a .
The strategists of the admiralty glad to say that I have never had a W. BRYSON, Clerk. estate and property and Is hereby

regard a naval war between Japan return of any of those symptoms dur- made a Free Dealer in every respect. said City this ii...

and the United States as the most interesting ing the four years that have elapsed Notice. under the laws of the State of Florida D. 1907. i s

problem of the day.. Careful and I am evidently cured to stay All creditors legatees distributersand 8 P. 1 "

.* studies that have been worked out I cured, and heartily recommend Fol all persons having claims or demands Done ordered adjudged and decreed ExarniP t .

are unfavorable to the United States, I ey's Kidney Cure to any one suffering against the estate of Horace at Chambers in Lake City ofketR '''.

because: the American fleet, although : from kidney or bladder trouble. F. Dexter late of Suwannee Florida this the 26th day of June, 11th dal .

that of Jaxtp'flil City Pharmacy. d-w county, A. D. 1907. r
of greater power .than pan. I deceased are hereby called B. H. PALMER,
upon to -July5-4t ..-

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BROOME 5cThe Autos. A fuR supply of Gasoline and -
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J.", "ATTORNEY. &COUNSELOR AT LAW. .. Also sell the well known Columbia bat-

LIVE OAK. I FLORIDA. greatest care is used in the tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs
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ita,NOTABT PUBLIC Sun:AT LABCK.DE. Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville.

, ?, _' ] J. W. WEST HuckleberryCigarEach ."Sample of this work can be seen here.

Physician and Surgeon. FOR

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Residency at Ethel Hotel tains only the best tobaccos, .skillfully .: -

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: WALL PAPERWhen . . i 1
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\I- ". call on ". ". PETTY, at Round Trip Rates To

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:. DR. O1AS. E. TAYLOR,_ will furnish Lime Cement
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T. J. LYLE 32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stopovers

'" Practical within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

WATCHMAKER 85 year' experience AND JEWELER We Sell Merchants Only $27.30 Sixty. day ticket. On sale daily with stopover

Good stock of Watches always on hand. J within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. Kj

Carry Stock of $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop

f Too Great Headache Cure.BromoPepsin within limit{ of ticket. Good in ; 3
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$14.05 Ten day ticket sale and
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Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn,

t Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat Canned Goods of all only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.Two t

Note the Word Pepsin" kinds. Potatoes, LemQns, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning train,
t Headache. Indigestion, Canfly, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on
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FOLDER. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call

1 On the Spot. cils, Box Paper Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast -

II Oftotes. Absolutely Harmless Honest Money Tobaco.: Taffy Tolu and Line Jacksonville, Ffa.

I AO totf rUU. lit Ut, sad iOe Wrigleys Chewing Gums !

The City for Bal Pharmacy_ By Cigars Anita El. Bogador Fenandey, Uncle, Big Bill.Smokers" Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. :.

I Live OAK. FLA.
8-ll-tnri-YJ. Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907.Regular .

Visiting Merchants are Cordially in- .- .
I .
vted to make our office their headquarters 2u c6ASS I 1ST a.AU NOCt Ass

; (MON&MrESVholesale while in the city. -Hail Pas'A Pas.eDFrt...... I Pua.. and .Nail Pea Para sec PsiFrt.sec I Pat -sad. ;

;;: Nw 5. No.S. No.2. H.C No.12 i No 4.
.* OLD A. C. 1:. FREIGHT DEPOT DaU7. Sandal Only Daily SaDCla7.es Daily S SIIIIda 0aJ7 SalMla"D.i17 only Saad.... aA

-. M. p.-Mi: -P.-;:- P.M. P.M.IC M. tn: ini

Co. Leave Lea.. L-i __._._ _.____ A v.'Arrive Arrv. .
& Commission 4 08 S JUS
Live Oak 8 2 00 41 Live Oslo.------- foOl IUOj
Brokerage _.. _._...._.,__ S 4 5
a aS 10 isa
and :==
Ret&ilDealersinFlori -Starr.
f 81 218 S OOi r ____ ______ .. ..
8 222 a ___..._.___. ___. ____ .h : e :;I !uy
e 2 25 a is _._._........_..PIstL.._........._-,... i .n' 10 ..
._ 8 2 &4 I II ______W--___________...' 11 .2&1 .Z8, .GAr
-- 8 451Ar 2 Ar I __.__.Dowtiq Park...--.---....--. zJ 5-'Ly' ,
Ly __ .......... Ly I m L. 25
COpy OF ORDER FOR PUBLICA 'count; for the sum of one hundred Ly 4 4 : :,_._..__....__DowliAc._CbaDeeF Pack h.-.-.-.-.-....h___._-. AI a f. l'jAr .. It,Ar .. 14
TION. and twenty-four ($12400) dollars 81LY 4 4 1 .__.._.Nay..1__: __........_._... I a i 1111 .08 .off It -
da and WesternIMEATS In The Third Judicial Circuit Court founded on a promissory note.Whereas I .80. '345 4 -...............Day.- ........--...--....- :ILY : :I L. ::ClSj; ::
affidavit that
it appearing
Florida. ...Silo.... .. S 513 t
County ---' -----------
in and For Suwannee the said defendant is absconding con- as a .-__......_-- .... ...... .. I =
1 -T.wn.e.d.- -- : : :: : 4ad f 5d
cealing himself and that he residesout 9 5:;!_ _..__--Smith ...-__m__...-..___ ,
of Flor- ..... .. I 418! 61'
State of Florida ) of tie limits of the State 9 38 5;_-.__--.-.._F.ah.iowsy--._ ... ...--.. I 4 06' .GOt 4G
uwannee County.) ida said, it defendant.is, therefore J. ,W.ordered Hosford that and the Art t 9 Ar S 1i.6 20Ar! P. K.5 5 b+.---_Ilaeapto.pcry Sprma..-....-.-_.....-.... 1A.I M.::1Ly i I p I K.6 I I LA.1L i 13LUTO I iLA.11P. 115

D. H. Wilson. ) otter persons who are interested are
Phone 24. Plaintiff, ) hereby required to appear to the ac- --.- +
of August, 1907. ..1.1) ALTOS maxcJI. -
vs. )Civil Action by At- tion on the fifth day
the same being the Rule Day of the
Prompt J. W. Hosford ) tachment. said Court. at the office of the Clerkof 'boUND .
deliveries EAST
Defendant. ) the said Court, at the Court Houseof WEST BOUNo. i_
Whereas. D H. Wilson. as plaintiff the said County, at Live Oak. s I Frt.A,Pa.aea'Pas.en' PU..aPas'
Anywhere in the has obtained an attach- Florida. Unless you so appear Faa'- gerNw
in said cause
rendered against u.I. hUf--
be .I
meat: out of the above named Court Judgment will sold for debt.It q No.' N. ..i3. N.sadly"
of May you and your property Daily I Daey aDda7SaDda"1; t
Issued to-wit: 31st day order 0nI7 OalyA
on. is further ordered tbat this =cya:ex.S1UL
of the said 1.
the estate
City. Hl07. against Hosford. which attachment be published once a week for two K. 1 P. K. I A. M.:1 I : I A. 1t.. P. lt. ;.A. M. P. 11.
.defendant J. W. months immediately preceding said lure Lea. Leave_1..._....... ...._ .Ani. AniYe .Arm.
been levied upon.the 4401 401 6 3IJ' .K..d1lDCtioD. I 50' S 58 i I m
has Democrat a II t ---- I i
day in the Suwannee __.._......___Clark. .... 1*94 t.AlriYea a C2I i J
} ZZt
the i 43----
of 456 i3' ; ------ -
Warned. following described property weekly newspaper published in said t tl 10 s b3f..........."... Peter.an .........__...:. t!7i 9>z} I U
os -
One-eighth undivided 5 ..... ... ........ ..: ... .... .. ,
to-wit szs .J -s 7 15 t 20 is I "
endant. : m 5 )'o. s ;
10 -
wife hag lost the power ot interest in and to that land lying County and State.hand and seal of said Arm t 6iAr $:3i,1.40Ar14; S lb Qlij...............-.._... ......................II.. T OOI lOlLy a 14Li M' <_-
in tbte County of Suwannee Witness my
and being
.and State of Florida and more particularly Court,this 31st day of May, 1907. atop. Connection made at Dowlmg Park for all trains to and .:
s *SI1. moat see that she doesn't're- described as follows to-wit: (Seal) J. W. BRTSO.V. from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as,to connection with other ("
I northwest quarter, ticket azent. Trains! makes connection at Live Oak with all I
South half of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. lines call on *n-
that make her disability and the northeast quarter of the. County. Florida. Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. ,
fU outhwest quarter of section four (U.' Suwannee J. LEE ENSIGN President, P.. P-: HOPKINS m_ ....rrS.
township five (5). south of range W H. WILSON. .T. GBIMSHAW. RperiutendfBU ,i,
might restore her Toiee." ), east; said property held"common for Plaintiff. 6-7-2mo
with A. T. Hosford of said Attorney r'.

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THE DOG STOPPHE HDt. Folkstone he was,directed to take a .-, . r I I I I\
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short cut to Nahn&ta and was within -

Florida Man starts to PhHadelphii a short distance of this town to'he when HI BE CONTENT WITH TNI HKSEIT SUTlIIlIllff. ? .
On Wheel.But Dog Drove the ball bearings:: began '
Him Back. trouble and finally crippled the bike. 6001 PifIK POSITION -
FOR "_ ;
have ROT
(St.Augustine.Record.) Unable to repairs made \beret TO ) ,,. .
Otto Meyer who started severs he returned 10 Folkstone, 4>at was I ; _:
bicycle ride Jo Phila- unable to get new balls for the bear SiMer -
days ago oa a &
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A colored man volunteered : : ftefldiflg the "Jepalar -
delphia is again in the city his plans ings. toJ t By .
being blocked by a vicious dog. H assist him and told him to come .
was bitten at Folkstone Ga.. and_the to his place. On entering the_gate jE. \
doctor who cauterized the wound he failed to notice a large dog. which' ,

advised him to abandon the trip a; was inside the fence and sprang on I ._: :. _ he would place his life la Jeopardy bj him. sinking Its teeth in the back of. ;:
the strenuous exercise so he returned his leg. He sought a doctor at once t TH yJ

by-traiJ, arriving here Saturday and had the wound attended to and' "'.
night then on the advice of the physician I -pi .. ',;
He left here several days ago at G abandoned the trip as stated.At i .
: .
o'clock in the morning and reached one place on his journey he I -
,Jacksonville the same afternoon atC 3 swam a creek pushing his bicycle and I
:o'elock. He describes the road as clotting on a raft in front of him. He
___ vaftt for a cattle trail. He believe! had passed the worst part of country i
)Y:fee: bras compelled to dismount 50C, and was on the edge of good roads I
:IHsaes during the coarse of his trip olmiles. section when forced to give up and.
: ; 3i- He found the road from, he Is considerably chagrined as a'
.- '?iMre to Magnolia sandy and was cornel result but intends later to make ai tJ i
<\9 : to walk a great part of the dis. other effort. !
'. taste Between there and Durbin he II .
jfteBck patches of good road but Ii Some Hot In Chicago. 1 i
':"": (fce main the heavy sand rendered bl.qjng .
Chicago July 9- The hot wave has;
: almost impossible. He found
<' this city in its grasp and the suffer
the road from Durbin to Bayard verb
ing amng people and animals is Ini i
'"good and had no difficulty in wheel
tense. Five people died yesterday
ing over it and a much better road
from the result of heat prostration]'
.was found through the'swamp frogBayard :L ', '
Land up to noon today ten more were:
to Greenland. From Xesbll
stricken down and of this number it J!
to the shell road was wretched traveling is feared that three will die. HorseS*,. Is the Standard Commercial.College in North Florida and is eoad
and .he was forced to walk th
are falling In the streets from the the best summer school Jn this section.
greater part of the way. The threE !
effects of the heatn. .
miles of shell road were made ii Scholarships: S40. O. $50.00 $75.00, and $90.00
quick time and be arrived in Jacksonville -
at.Z o'clock. He rested therE G. Gaskins. the assistant postmaster Write for Catalogue and special summer announcement.
who here from
recently came
one day and pushed on the next tc I -
Callahan. a distance of 22 miles ov. Jacksonville is now boarding at the
Ohio house. His accomplished wife BUSINESS COLLEGE -
ering the stretch in 3 hours. This SOUTHERN
road was in excellent condition. ThE was Miss Verdie Gresham a young y
made Live Oak her home
j continual Immersion of the wheels lady who
_In water warped the front wheel and i for years and who is worthy of all Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.

a at Callahan he halted at a black- the compliments that could possibly I.HTEOAK. FLORIDAL.
wheel trued. He, be bestowed upon hers. Her many
smith and bad the G. S. STEPHENS ,
remained at this place until the next friends are glad to see her again and M. HATTON, ,
.morning, at 6 o'clock for Folkstone also to meet her husband. President and Proprietor Pl afitiIl

He again struck tough roads and had '
'to walk part of the way. Arriving at Daily Democrat lOc a wetk. .

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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

R ; : the greatest bargains of the season. .:f. As examples of the many tempting offerings ready for your picking. notes ,



I '%i t 3=- $16.75 Suits that formerly sold for $2 I We also have

t ... $22.50 and $25.00. a large variety

= $11.75 Suits of Smartact Single and doub- of styles -that '

.I ble breasted cut, formerly $14.00 to $18.00 we are. closing 4.r

.- $9.00 Sack suits of the most advanced -': -1' -
and sabrics out from $5.00 ? ._,_
styles newest values $13.50.

---\ w f to$8.50. These t

3 goods are worth from $8.00 to 1200. a*. We have about 40 boys, T .

knee pants suits of the latest styles and ;
very patterns that :we are closing out .

at actual cost from $2.25 to $5.50. These suits formerly sold at $3.50 to

$7.50. .

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4.I Ijj1i 100 Gentlemen's Negligee Shirts values $1.00 and $i 25 we are closing -

:TII Al out at the small price of SOcts. '

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{ A few J. & M. SI-JOES still left $5.00. \

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_i 'INE.. -CI.OTHING- ,,..... Don't miss these BARGAINS you will never have the
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