Live Oak daily Democrat
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 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 13, 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: UF00075905:00195
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Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

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[| fiRST MEETING _- "' 4ka MRS.: BOWIE WAS V ACQIillTtDW&L .

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aB- Chief Esf'lnlth'-Tber

I;" fin. Loath a' Oyster flay g She and Her Son Tried for Shooting

Seducer,of Hey'Daughter
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,..,._...a, one of Japan1 naval La Plata, Md.- Jnly 11.-It took

day met for the ant the jury in the Bwela* murder trial

_ hMdeat J Roosevelt the man I : t I today but five minutes to decide that

sere than nay other man was in southern'' Maryland,at .least the..

W. tat the conclusion of ... "unwritten law" is the' .w'.1o; which"f ,

ftetwt** Japan Md Russia af-j I the seducer must hol treerable. .. .

s'>1 retoftf4 YaiaaaroU war. during was Japan's which ,I: -'- (,t ti marked demonstration. And while 1Vhencthf the 1. ,#G 1' ;S '.c:.

of ........ diet became known there was sufficient

rifte MversUoB the rest evidence that the verdict of
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for two eooatrles t' the Jury was the verdict of the people

tM .did wiNk.1tu beep of this section of the country.

ors the _> frtea Both Jury and people acquit Mrs.

Mary E. Bowie, and her son Henry of
saw teat and
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tM ip that it was ._ ': all blame for their aCknowledged., ,"l! .

t ag sigMr and one slaying last January Hubert Posey, r
the seducer of their daughter and
see 4 i* fc. #r16' ... rdlmaxi ;
each sister PriciUa Bawie, who with her
#J tMI. "In .noe i
child has made a pathetic picture In S
.a. Ml fa ..** otter dacefwrr
the'courtroom.. That there was*no
s.x C.saale Irp!: tadeedflkowpw
demonstration was doubtless due to
TsbIowa to open.the -
t the fact that the verdict of the jury
_5e is as --...... "-1lth ,
r was anounced to the Judges while
they were at dinner during a recess

-- Just prior to which the Jury had been
.. sent out of the courtroom to consider

R&1'IC (Vt'ii;' I their decision

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July 11.--The fight .-TrA4 Goes Attorney Sheppard -Get That

i raOrotfe afftinst the con stitur Florida Federal.Judgeshf.p.

et Ie two-cent rate fare in .-.M.4 LA C/CEN5 : (Pensacola Journal 12th.)

uia began,here today when : Hon.W. B.. Sheppard at present
; ia as equity salt instituted Ci.*irm-j S4nf of the Board of Trustee: "Why hello. Bryant I thought you graduated block in "9t.'" district attorney for the Northern

SrV& ?N,j I wa conditioned that yew in free cilver." Florida
ssasylvaala Railroad ComW yj District of has gone to WashIngton -
"Well ,went a&t 111900, surely.
mtrabfthe city and county you and Oyster Bay to consult with
.* ,"Kopei that,year I v a. conditioned:.in imperialism.: -
esfordag the law President Roosevelt and the pOwers
-aee ,vkhu.1, Well!, wha. >re you dom!! here nov r* .
|fefa before Judge Wilson and at the national capitol,regarding fillIng -
".'m i Kin0 fc spec.a. W"'H in government ov.nersmp and tha nitiative and referendum. :. .
la common pleas court From Puck Copyright 1907. By Permission the'vacancy on the Federal'bench

U TnMutt James McCrea,-of caused by'the death .of ,Judge Chas

Presylraala road was in court Swayne. Mr. Sheppard, left here

read probably wii take the wit- TO HELP THE EXPOSITION. 1 1I ,.NEW ROAD TO THE PACIFIC. GANG SCOUNDRELS NABBED. Wednesday night and reaches WashIngton -

M tomorrow. Among the I I this morning.The .

i exaslBed today were Capt. Cortelyou Will Co-operate WIth Barrto Santa Fe Will Enter Sew Orleans Attempted Big Blackmail Scheme On district attorney Is now the

> P.One*, first vice president;of Make Jamestown Show a i For that Purpose., Salvation Army. only Republican candidate for the vacant -

ta4 Uaz Riebenack, the Success. position as M. B. McFarlane, of
Boston July 11.-What the gov-
i't comptroller.i Tampa has withdrawn and has senta
New Orleans, July 11.-The Pica- ernment officials claim was a plan to
endorsement to the President
strong -
fMrl contention of the rail-
Washington, July 11.-James M. from the Salvation
thtt Ue law U anconstltnttat yune tomorrow will say:,Plans of the extort 30.000 for Mr. Sheppard. When the
of 'Norfolk Va., who was re- late today
Barr made public
Army, was
latter left Pensacola he carried
the Santa Fe system for entering New one
two- ent rat is
elected director general of theJamestown dealerin
cently when Solomon Robitcheck. a
of the endorsements beak
a4 that Orleans and establishing a new transportation strongest
the law was exposition was in Washington Eectmd-kand clothing of Lowell,
n from this city. Letters directedto
I shoat any investigaflon beat route from the Gulf of
with attorney
today for a conference and Bennett Silblat a Lowell the President from State official,
to the fairness of the regarding ex- Mexico to, the Pacific ocean were brought before United
Secretary Corteljou: were attorneys in all sections of the dis-
position matters. After going over made known today by the visit of the States Commissioner Hayes and held trtct. bankers and business men and

1 *s H y. through its comp- Mr. Barr's plans for the future officials of the Santa Fe system to In bonds of $1,000 each, on the the Republican State machine, strongly -

.pee 4 4 ages to show that management of the exposition, the New Orleans. General Superintendent charge of using the mails In an attempt endorse him and his friends believe

sat rate per passenger per satisfied Mason Chief Engineer Felt and
secretary expressed himself as to defraud. that with his popularity with
the Pennsylvania lines in the General Freight Agent Hresby of the connected
that the exposition will be carriedto According to the cmclals the department of Justice the President
[* W trst three months of the a successful conclusion. He has Gulf, Colorado ana Santa Fe. madea with/the office of United States dis- will name him.

f ar.vas as follows: preliminary inspection to effectinga either wroteor
assured Mr. Barr of his hearty cooperation trict attorney Robitchek With the exception of the departure -
1 */ passengers 2,406 cents; traffic arrangement with the Gould of castIng -
In the plans outlined and secured possession a poem of Mr. Sheppard for Washington -

I er rOMd trip,, J.109 cents; this co-operation will be continued in lines which will put the Santa Fe grave reflections on the motives and the withdrawal of Mr. Mc-

I i M4I cents and mileage every direction which may be of ser- Texas lines into New Orleans by and practices of members of the Sal- Farlane from the race, there have

1 w a tntral average for all vice., September 15. vation Army. It is alleged that a been no developments within the past

> Hungers of 1W At the same time plans for the sent to Gen. '
cents. Mr. Barr reports all of the exhibit copy of the verse was few days In regard to the vacant
wy also transcontinental route;were revealed.The commander of the
presented figures buildings completed and in running William Booth, Judgeship. It is believed here that
fet if the two-cent law had Santa Fe Jo build.a con- addresed to Salvatloa
order ninety-one per cent of the,exhibits proposes army and was. within a week or ten days that the
*.._*BriBg January, Feb- being Installed. The govern- necting line from their San Angelo Army headquarters In New York. President will announce his decision.

1 1Esreh, of this year, the ment buildings and the various state road In Texas to their main line to Gen. Booth being In London, the let- Should the President name Mr.

**.. of the the Pacific coast which will make a Ranson Caghlll
company buildings are fully completed and thepath" ter was opened by Sheppard it will leave a vacancy in

w* a deficit. "war is in full operation. route tj the Pacific about 300 miles treasurer of the army. Enclosed with the office of district"attorney, the

I* t fey was taken op in shorter than the Southern Pacific the verse was a letter In which it Is filling of which will cause almost as

i U aa effort to learn I Brilliant Authoress Starving. Meanwhile the Santa Fe will con- alleged the threat was made to pub- much interest as the filling of the

the company separ- struct its own line into New Orleans lish the verses and sell them at 5 Judicial vacancy.

earnings from the II London, July 11.The: appearanceof using the Gould connection temporarily cents a* copy unless the army paid

Oht, eta.iL the name of the English novelist $30,000 to the... sender, Robltchek.
day denied the application 'of two
Ttrgiaia Ouida (Louise De Laramee) on the Silblat according to the contention of
stockholders of the Iowa Central and
Isly Ik new list of civil pensions for literary AX C1\"WORTHY VETERANIs tte government acted aa,Robitchek's
-The corpora- here. Che Minneapolis and St. Louis, for anorder
merit occasioned some surprise in the alleged hegot atlODL
ud any or all of its attorney restraining the directors of the
Inquiries were at once made concern- of the Confederacy -
the Daughters
e or employes, were and What "* roads from putting Into effect the
ing the novelists circumstances Smuggling in Japanese. ,
by General Tyler.
tatted of
States Say
Mar- tWO the from them It turns-out that the pension Los Angeles, Cal., July 11.-A Japanese -
issued the Iowa legislature. The Judge
of '|750' a year, granted by the farmhouse near Englewood
t art against based his action on the ground that
any 12
needed bene- Memphis, Tenn., July : of chainof
government is a greatly which is alleged to be one a
t* eaforee no injury to the roads
the two-, passed today by was shown
faction. Until ,a couple years ago Ing resolutions were stations extending from the Mexican
SIes the railroads en- U. D C.. regard- that the complaint that the new rate
Mile. De Laramelived, at Lucca, Sarah Law Chapter, border through which coolie lab-
It, and forth would cut down dividends was not
were I by Gen. H. A. '
Italy in luxury. As a result however Ing charges preferred orers are smuggled Into California J
*order It of proven that increased travel -
placing Latham passenger
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of Mrs. T.
I of her complete Ignorance Tyler against was searched by Federal immigration
of might Increase receipts and that
the form
{ the value of money her resources Memphis and which, in officers today. Five Japanese, whose
> ** Richmond are at the U. no charge of bad faith U made
dwindled until she was reduced to a dodgers, were distributed appearance indicated that they had

!U KUoa. being for- state of absolute poverty, being sometimes D. C. Convention at Columbia and at I made a long Journey" overland were against the directors.
general ordereOmmLsioa In Wisconsin
actually in want of food. Lat- Richmond reunion. The I captured. '
Madison, WIs.. July 11.-A two-
oft of Mrs. Lathamto
she has been living In a milk- recite that the loyalty
ni the cent fare bill adopted by the state
two-cent -
is unquestioned
man's squalid cottage at Massarosa. the Southern cause It L. B. Sutton and W. L. Taylor returned i
assembly passed the state senate
as un-
Gen. Tyler 1
eight miles from Lucca. and denounce from Quincy this morning, -
mss"IL worthy to wear the Confederate gray afternoon.: The law. If approved by ,
to be. where they have been to arrange for the governor will go into effect
Jely 1L-.Judge Master Harry Horn went to Suwan- the Southern cross of honor or
U. C. V. tte planting of a big tobacco crop. August 15.
J"deral member of the
court to- nee. Springs. last evening.


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; ; tistic printers, we .can' furnish : "fa, euerylll :zgn' .

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f AH That Was Left. The good either die young or poor. The average man wastes too much As to Cabby. |

Dupont bad just undergone a sur- time feeling sorry for himself. Bacon-Europe Is said to have DRINlaxltlll

gical operation and was lying In his The Lesser EviL fifty languages, with S87 variations. I IEgbert ,

bed pondering over the. expense that "Well old man" said Sinnickson. Your Liveris f -Gee, is that all the num-

after the performance "I certainlywas ber of bus drivers they hare inM I
U would mean when the doctor enter- out of order. You go to bed In a
surprised to see you In private London-Yonkers Statesman. j !
ed."I bad humor and get up with a bad ji Fri
will Just take your temperature theatricals""Yes i i I
'\ taste in your mouth. You want G. B. Burhans of Carlisle
,** he said. replied Brightley "but-you; Center

"Quite right." salij Dupont. mournfully see. If I didn't appear on the stage I!something to stimulate year liver. N. Y., writes: "About four rears PleoetMtei*

; '??*hat'really Is about the I'd probably' have to sit In the au- Just try Herbine: the liver regulator.A .l 1 age I wrote you stating that I had The new lam

only thing I've got left.*'-Pele lI lc!. dience and"be'bored to death."- LI positive cure forte Constlpalfbn.. been:entirely cured of a severe kidney -

Philadelphia Press. trouble by taking less than two not gripe or IU
Dyspepsia and all ,liver complaints.
The Charming Woman bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It .
Mrs. F-. Ft. Worth Curestroubles staalscb
Texas writes
Is not necessarily one of perfect form In ye ancient times armor was : entirely stopped the brick dust sediment -

worn over knightStimulation "Have used Herbine in my familyfor I and pain and symptoms of and tb
and features. Many a plain woman
years. Words can't express whatI kidney disease disappeared. I am '
who could arUst's stipation by
never serve as an
Without Irritation. ,think about it. Everybody In glad to say that I have never had a

model possesses those rare qualities That is the watchword. That is.I my household are happy and 'welt, return of any of those symptoms dur- natural actieae
that all the,world admires neatness.
what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup ing the four years that hate elapsedand U*
clear eyes clean sm.oth skin and I and we owe it to Herbine. Suwannee I ach, liver ssJ;
am evidently cured to
does. Cleanse and stimulates, .,
the sprightliness of step and, action Drug Co. d-w cured and heartily recommend Fol- R.". .. subatisr'
bowels without Irritation in any form
,that accompany good health. A physically .
ey's Kidney Cure to suffering
City Pharmancy. d-w any one -
weak woman Is never attractive I Instructing His Parents. from TDe a-r t MIIIIJ
kidney or bladder trouble.
not -even to herself. Electric Father-You should learn to keep Little EK -r ss- i
A man buys clothes to put on; a City Pharmacy. d-w .
Bitters restore weak women give everything in Its place my son. Holland wbei I pw
woman buys them to show off. I Arthur-Well, won't -WW fII.?
strong nerves bright eyes smooth you tell ma Governess
I :Most people who do not believe all *'
velvety skin beautiful complexion. I to keep her slipper on her foot?- Little Ella-taw
Abraham Lincoln Illustrated they hear are fond of repeating it.
Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover Bits. I says it's a tow. lust

Druggists. 50 cents d-w was a man who. against air odds
attained the highest honor a man! A Wonderful Happening. A cleanslat. dMIo<

No Other.A I I I could get In,the United States. Bal-1 Port Byron N. Y., has witnessed that won't come off, appears on ba I Ing heallftf ....

Boston lawyer who brought his 1 by's face after bottle I
one of White'sCream
lard's Horehound Syrup has attained : one of the most remarkable cases of I Carbolla4 It
wit from his native Dublin, while DeWltt's
a place never equaled by another y healing ever recorded. Amos F.I ,Vermifuge the great worm ulit
cross-examining the plaintiff In a divorce t Salve. Solo by
like remedy. It is a sure cuefor King of that place I medicine. Why not keep that smileon
trial, brought forth the folow- says: "Bucklen'sArnica

Ing: I Ir Coughs. Colds. Bronchitis Influenza -I Salve cured a sore on my ,. baby's face. ,If you. keep this -

"You wish to divorce this woman i and all Pulmonary diseases leg with which I had suffered over medicine on hand you will never see If the sermon *'****
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because she drinks?" 180 years. I am now any thing else Is
Every mother should keep suppLedwith eighty-five. but smiles on his face. we think It

"Yes sir." I I Guaranteed to cure all sores MraS .
this wonderful cough medicine by Barclay Blackwell Okla., writes; Fellow.
"Do you drink yourself?" & Groover. Druggists :sc "My baby _
Suwannee Drug Co. d-vs was peevish and fretful.
"That's my business--angrily. d-w Would not eat and I feared he would One of the 4&11"' ,
Whereupon. the unmoved lawyer **
A Trip to the Barber's. I used a bottle of White's pleasure as yea Your

asked: "Mamma," said little Elsie "do Medicines.The Cream Vermifuge and he has not health. Is tU ...s
"Have you any other business?"- Doctor-Yon understand don't had a sick J
men ever go to heaven? day since. Suwannee ._
you. that this Is only to be $.I became ac4uists4
Everybody's.Long. used
I "Why of course my dear. What ex- Drug Co. d.w.TDO .
makes you ask?" ternally? II. New Life Pills u."J

Live The King The Patient's Wife-Sure, sir I I hea4adl- '
"Because I
never see any picturesof
alias make him people know a lot of that Care
- Is the popular cry throughout European angels with whiskers." get out o' bed to things that Ml
drink It.-Harper's are none of their busi and keep the b JJ
_ countries; while In America "Well," said the mother thoughtfully Weekly. ness. >
'" Gros"fJ.
the cry of the present day is "Lon g "some men do go to heaven, Barclay A [

live,Dr. King's New Discovery, Kingof but they get there by a close shave." Kodol will nourish and strengthen Quick .
relief for Asthma SutrerersFole1"
Throat ond Lung Remedies!" -Puck. your digestive organs and furnishthe I '
Honey and Tar affords Immediate .-
of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine, natural digestive Juices for -
," I your tip
Truro Mass. 'Says: "It never fails All The World stomach. It will make relief to asthma sufferers In Wlggs-YMM
welL the
to give Immediate relief and tquickly knows that Ballard's Snow IJnlmpnt"has Kodol digests worst stages and If taken In time thinker.
t you eat t
i Sold
will aggs-Iade
t. care a cough or cold. 1Irs.f. n:> superior for Rheumatism, Live Oak Drug Store. I effect; a cure. City Pharmacy.dw. .. """
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: Paine's opinion is shared by a majority WlcP-Yet
Stiff Joints Cuts. Sprains Lumbagoand
!t\ of the inhabitants of this country sing---StrJ7
... New Discovery cures weak lungs and all pains. Bay it, try It and you Cruel to Hubby
r "What's that Eve, 190:. 01
,sore throats after'all other remedies will always. use It. Any body who t you're 80 bUST writ ,"I hope When there II
fag You're you won't Insist : a
k and cold has used Ballard's Snow Liniment fc regularly peraplrlng 1sd1iesll0s'flatulence
have.failed; and for coughs over It." long enga"gement. dearest." he said cation of d
it's the only sure cured; Guaranteed a living proof of what it does. All]1 "My wife is tenderly. or aB1 ...

, : 'by Barclay & Groover, Druggists, we ask of y>u is to get a trial bottle, '''.oman'. Rights'giving tomorrow an address on ..No. sweetheart I won't. You taU a gU1tpJ!

Trial bottle free. I Price %5<<:. 60c and $1.00. Suwan" aDd I haven't trouble f'
and I1.00. am money
60c preparing It for her."-Iceti enough to make one .. JI.
r d-w nee Drug Co. d-w' Blaett. ge enjoyable." she ally and y- "
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Of4IuDCa to provide a method forM liye Oak
tM d4sCOnry of the illicit sale.oskating M'f'g.
q ora..within the corlciik i

umtta 01 the. City of..LlveJ'lQrtda. r .i. .. _hr ,

O.k, to punish false Mannfacfnrers of
therein. and to arrest themaking .
,.eart *
inch Illicit sale.

Be fesdol Council 1\ ordained ot"the b1 City the of l Ma LlTe)or da and\:, Lumber\, iSh1ngles! % Ice, Electric Lights,

t Q47 f>?JJioft x. Whoever within. 'the Power and Turrpentine.Electric ANALYZED

halts of the City of Live, '

i o.Wnortda.smote shall be found'totoxicaf In any; Lights' in any,:part of the city furnished for AU over the U. S. Md In foreign mnntnta remarkable

r WJc place In a ute ot Residence orBusinesslIouses popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the attentioa -
boisterous, or In, any way at a very reasonable rate. Lad. ....._tM eritrc em.,Salts sad Pare F1IIIII Ashen.ties. .
Cwt ........
) As a 4tine&z c-.CoIa.: ere.ld y aa.b.sd ill
I sa- the Influence of totoxlcatlnsBaior. : Electric Pow .r-Day and night current-f manufactur- .fs..etioa by tM__ mtawt ebasiats, aDd a.wa is a .mete r.sae. .-
does not ,report bees r tg.ed. rs tees t>,.eo..r..1Sndtns.
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..W ,that he ,or,: rt ,- "... 13 ABSOLDTELY NOTHING IN OOCA-OOLA
CUT* la a natural manner, shall.: be ing purposes: -.r "*-- .ANT 110&B l A MYUL THAN 13 FOUND Ui TXJk.OB COFFSSS

n\M eikcnaa to charge Of by the the City Marshal of ,Liveo& oft r Wholesale and retail,Ice-out of City orders have spe- laeksettvifle Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 1acbo1Y1I1e,Fla.

MT p odds.and detained" In custody] cial attention,' and all
put pb.r and hu then be taken Live flat Distributors Suwannee, ,
ttfHC the Mayor In order that he or We will give you good, prices on low grade ceiling and Bottling Works, Taylor and LaFayette sOUR

;. .U BAT M required to disclose from flooring. Come ,'-
be or the purchased such In- and get our prices. . . . . . . .1..1..r. .i.-. .-.-.-.-. -. .
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tOakatfat 2.U4uor.JKtJoI. When. such person .is SAVINGS. ,DAPARTMENTis :

before the Mayor the said Excursion I. ..

kst's7" ... .ull require him or her totsdeT .to Savannah Ga. not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is

tasted oath as to where. when broad enough to accommodate all, ,and J

sail from Utwdcating whom be liquor or she and purchased upon his Round trip $3.00; to Charleston, S. c: roundtrip : HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: i

er aer refusing to testify at all. or $5.00. Special train leaves Jacksonville 9:00 t L- The young folks with their small savings.

tpea his or tau testifying in such aMIMT A. M. 2.-The breadwinner, striving to accumulate a fund
: ss to lead the Mayor to bekve on July 16th via the ATLANTIC E to procure a home, or a competency for old age. I

ttt tab or her testimony Is COAST LINE. Returning on any train up to it 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and

ttHf" or false the Ma"orafter the income provided.
July 31. For further information
prstat without effect shall adaim apply to 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.
her to be In contempt i
_it eeort s sad shall punish such con- fRANK c.,BOYI STOrv, District Passenger Al nL THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida I IM

ttept by Imprisonment In the city 138 West Bay St. Jadisom ilk. Fla. : 1 . . . 1 . T . . .'. . .NMN.N:
, JIll sot exceeding twenty,days or by
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I F or by both such one and imprison LETTERS PATENT. I THEY SATISFY"Star

, .; .ifttjgcetioa X. 11 upon the examination ,Notice Is hereby, given that the 1 SEABOARDAirline !
undersigned will on the 24th day of
Section 2. the
I' u old In person July A. D. 1907 apply to Hon. N.
! tmffct before the Mayor shall dls- B. Broward Governor of the State of
! -tMIme of the 'per'Son"from Florida for Letters Patent Incorporating
"The Union :Milling and Supply Railway.
f .kM be or sbe purchased such In- Company" under the following] i .
;. mfc-attei liquor, and the place and o articles of incorporation:

.... of sch purchase and testify inastb E. R. WISE.W. .
Savannafi Columbia Camden Southern Pines
to lead the Mayor C. BEVAN. ,
a saaaer as
R. J. ALLEN Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
to bU.e that the,testimony Is pro- T. A. MIKELL,
and New York. .. '
laUr Use the Mayor shall then and J. M.: HINGSON F Philadelphia

blare reduce or eaurn to be reduced .1. T. WARD. .
Articles of Incorporation.
alms aU testimony to writing and +
tort said person sign it, and verify Brand Shoes Are Better."
The name of this corporation shall
ft by aSlarit taken and" certified by be "The Union. Milling and Supply

fk'e said Mayor If such person shall Company and its principal place of; May be you have been put to a Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

rtfin to lip and swear to the said business, State shall of Florida.be In Suwannee County great-deal of expense and incon-

tntivMty when reduced to writing ARTICLE II. :
venience by buying shoes that
fto **14 Mayor shall attach his certi- That the' general nature of the
kate Uat the said testimony was business of said corporation shall be did not fit, did not hold their Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
Saw Milling, Cotton Ginning. GristMill shape did not wear well and
total before him under oath on the and dealing in General Mer
the soles of these
on some
tele tbereef.Setttoa chandise and Farmers' Supplies and
the Manufacture ot Cotton Seed Pro shoes ripped and pulled off.
4. If the said testimony ducts. i The Jamestown Exposition Line

r..... to writing shall show that ARTICLE III. We have a line that will fit from
The amount of capital stock of this NORFOLK, VA.
has Illegally sold Intoxl-
cay fnKMi corporation shall be Five Thousand the start, "no breaking in" nec-
ntsf U.w rs la the Qty of Lire Oak I Dollars divided into five hundred
essary. They will hold their Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
rferMa, tie said Mayor shall Is- shares of the par value of Ten Dollars
iw Us warrant for the arrest of such each., The said ,capital stock ,shape for, they are honestly,made
'shall be paid in lawful money of the by expert shoe makers in specialty reservations call
full information
,.s vr persons on a charge of For and Sleeper on any agent
United : of Seaboard or write
sett tataxkatlag liquor, to be States.ARTICLE iV. I II' ; factories.

brast before him for proceedings '" 'That"the'teruforwhlch this corporation ,Bound to wear well for the best S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville, Fla.Mlllllll .
: M te etber eases, I shall exist shall- b3 ninety- i leather and' material is used in
fte ea S. The person disclosing 'nine years. I -
Be'MM e of the Tender''.shall be 1 ARTICLE V. I every.pair. .
femaM before the Mayor; to testify I The business of said corporation i iI No chance for the soles to rip
shall be conducted by ,a President i iI with
off for
I they are put on a
at lie and
trial ef tAt party arrested I Vice President. Secretary-Treasurer I II
V hiss bet testimony does not agree I and a board of six Directors. That I II clinch fastening.This .

ta uy aaterUl matter with his or I the board of directors shall be elect-I I is a shoe to answer for
stockholders, and I II
ed annually by the
: tar vmtots written testimony, her the officers of said corporation shall service and dress wear too.
*. shall be turned over to the I the annual meeting of
l c be elected at 1
made of box calf ;
They ,
l tot* laUortties fir trial for per- the board of directors to be held on'I are ; : SNOW
f' J." the first Saturday in August of each the leather that polishes nicely
T.tto The first election shall be held
i *. Any testimony given in year.August 1907. That until the first i and wears so long.

I et Ills Ordinance by the person election under this charter the busi-I You had just as well buy "Our t

f t't.s ta Charge as prodded In Sec- ness of said corporation shall be con- Family" shoes, get satisfactionand
President W.
ducted by R. J. Allen.
6.. 1 stall aot be used against him .,
C. Bevan Vice President; T. A.lUkell. pleasure from every pair,
.e esi a cbarge of drunkenness. Secretary-Treasurer; and the t
fcctfoa T. All Ordinances In con- Board of Directors shall be: E. R.i and pay no more than for the Rheumatism. t.sprains. ..
fat lervwttb Wise, W. C. Bevan R. J. Allen T. ordinary kind. A Sure Cure Woond*.-Oi
are hereby repealed. A. Mikell. J. M. Hingson and J. T.I Sores Corns Bunions.OsHs. .
amiss >.. This Ordinance ,shall Ward. I Men's_$2.00 to $3.00 Bruise. Contracted Muscles, Lam Back Staff Joie
ARTICLE VI.That' $L75 to $2.25 Frosted Fet. Burns. Scalds tte
Its -----
tffoet Immediately I --------
upon pass- amount of indebtedness AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation
*f* by the Conceit and approval by liability to which this! Women's--- $L75 and dons out Pain.
or Fibrous 'I1r.....,
PENETRATES the Pone, loosens the
be sub- $1.50
: MaJOr. corporation can at any Misses- the MtMiw
promotes a tree circulation of the Blood gmng
hundred dollars.
,:': CHAS. H BROWN. jected Is twenty-five ARTICLE VII. Children's-$1.10 to $1.35 natural elasticity.

President of City Council. That the names and residences of "We walk on Stars, BEST UMIKHT ON EARTH
the subscribers to the capital stock You." ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
cwt: 8. P. HATS, City Clerk.I. of this corporation and the amount So can

t. P. Maya City Clerk of the subscribed by each are as follows: CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
F. CO.
E. R. Wise. Live Oak Fla.. DOWLING
*% *t Live Oak. Florida do hereby D. No. 4, ten shares.W. F. :!ts. 8.A. Simpson.500 Crmit&*Zaoxrffl*,
"tHr tbat the foregoing Ordinance C. Bevan. Live Oak. Fla., R. Tenn.. writes: "Ihavcbeea trying baths of
S' D. No. 2. ten shares.R. DOW LING PARK, FL.I .\. Bot Spring Ark. for ceUde rhcunatma. bat Z :
W was regularly passed by the J. Allen Live Oak Fla. R. F get more relief from Ballard' Snow Liniment
&J CfttttU D No 4, five sharesT I than any medicine or &anything have ere tried.
on the 10th day of June A. Mlkell. Live Oak Fla.. R. F. public for tie State of Florida at lacloced find poetofficc order fir$1.00. Scud me
Il : D. No. 4, ten shares.J. I large, personally came E. R. Wise. large bottle by Soetbexa BzpreM."
herewed I M. Hingson Live Oak, Fla.; R. W. C Bevan, R. J. Allen T. A. AND
to the Mayor of his ap- F. D. No. 2, five shares.J. Mikell, :. ){. Hingson and J. T. Ward THREE :
T. Ward Live Oak Fla.. R. F. who cad beicg duly swcrn says that

** B tty hand and the seal of D. No. 4, ten shares.E. they hare beard read the foregoing Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

*** City this 10th day of*June, A. R. WISE. article of Incorporation, and that LOUIS. U. S. A.

a 1$?. W. C. BEVAN, they each signed same for the pur-
(Sea:) R. J. ALLEN. poses therein mentioned and set
.. P, MAYS City Clerk. T. A. MIKELL.J. forth.'

wed and approved by me this M. HINGSON. Sworn to and subscribed before me SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY

tar of Jaae. A. D. 1907. J. T. WARD. this 15th day of June. A. D. 1907.

J. B., JOHNSON' St te of Florida, J. B. JOHNSON. Suwannee Drug Company.r .
Suwannee County. of Florida-
Public State
?'ot.of',Uve Oak. Flo da.' Before me. J. Johnson, a notary_ Notarr

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_.. .u\...(UK,.J1.I..UX ,llEliOCKArUYEellBAILYBEIOCRAI .s.UJ.T ,--

FS.hxPLr iOllJ the land. A remarkable
% cEO1i-GIs.
T is under way and Its progress -
1 You can't pick leading Geor- attentionof DOW'LINGWAY
.'-* up a will engross the close PA !

v Published .every Afternoon gin daily these days without seeing all reflecting minds that are con.

tiii EzeepLiSundayc: > : 6Omewh rea it a dispatch from some cerned with the creation of |unda.

. :- .N : part of'"the'St.&te giving the brief, details ;
SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gi. mental wealth. OOWK Uses THE SOWMWIg ".
J. .. .
-. C I of a brutalkllUug. and the murderer "But there is soil as well as sand
: is quite as often a white manu Its ham-
Entered at Hie Poatotl ce. Lire Oak. In Florida.Study ==z
Florida., as Second Class MaIl :Mat a negro.'And what is true of Georgia mock lands. What is hammock land! Mineral Springs, Hotel ami i

is true la varying degree of the of hammock.bul
ter. November 7. 1905.ij possibly a corruption
_:__ surrounding states also. What is the a localism of the south and a designation HOT ANO COt O BATHS UNSURPASSED. COOD TASL=. Bali "' "

reason for this horrible and infamous cf Its richest soils. Hammocks WATER IN EVERY ROO C BILUARDTABLttf

TK im Oil PDBLISHI1G CQgPAIl state _of' affairs which_ ,give us sc are hard wood lands In distinctionfrom PHONE CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABtES. $supy" 'iii

DEMOCRATwill be easily an ,unchallenged primacy ii pine lands. They are of gentle' RATES REASONABLE avst= _!
THE_DAILY the hideous trade of murder as.comparative suggestive of the
.mailed to any part of tie United' rolling contour
statistics show beyond landsof

*-':per states year; postage; $Z.50 prepalr.,for six for months J5.0; Lion? There are various causes qnes but beautiful Kentucky undulating and Tennessee blue grass, a little ADDRESS PORK HOTEL DOWLIKG PflRK. flOOJw.-.j I 1 1PARTY

undonbtedy the leading one is that w elevations
1=1.35 for three months, or 50 cent more pronounced In their

1 for',five "weeks. In advance. DCUrered.to don't give the official hangman work perhaps but wooded thickly with various

, a ,anr part,of the city b7;: enough to do. As a result the men species of oak.hickory magnolia

jj carrier.-for 10 cents per week. who commit these crimes having m and other hard wood trees. And on I.
I : conscience to restrain them feel that
native orange
_. such lands you find the J
I The Lire Oak Democrat says tha the law will hardly be more than, a grosve that covered the great stretches -

Hit would 'be a waste of any man', temporary inconvenience and the of country with their vivid greenery I.iYc Oak Dowses Park.* safe tfdyJ J
I would rather take that slight risk I time to-run,against Frank Clark" to "" befre; the hand of the improver *J rate of 50 cents; rowed trip .M .:=E
:h,4d :theiJjl) assfon
than .
;: $ and oud turned them into
Congress In this d s ct.TheT1 Des when the to murder enters with graft *.i *A MkHmum. of tern fares. Carl .. :.1
purpose profitable producers .luscious fruit.Here '. I I I t t - j:
Is glad to know:that Mr. Clark stand their minds either on the spar of the is another chapter In the annals jVl'l'l'l't'lVl tMt Agent PROM 152 fsr I

so well In the estimation of the pec The moment St. Augustine or after full Record premeditation cites a recent of this historic commonwealth' These .u U U'' B \\ further ,informsti.n. 1

pie of his districts Their appreclattoi orange grove proposition. t sgill
Instance in Georgia to show the "broken
is well placed, as we know there 1s hammocks are not sufficiently
long road justice must travel and hon I --.....
called picturesque;
not a better ortrue blue man In often ,its pathway U blocked before: and rugged to be to be called are cordially Invited to attend gratified to Me the .,..
enough .
they are
Florida than Frank Clark. ApalachJ: the law can be enforced, even in the beautiful aDd to deserve ,the word In these services. I by both tAe peps M

cola Times. most flagrant ease of murder: And, they are fer- parent and we art c.a.: +:]
all Its attributes.
<' "The hanging at Cordele, Ga.. the Methodist Church. : the day has at last ttt
tile spots, they are,real_farming land. :
other day of George W. Bundrlck, Cotton tobacco and corn are produced Howard Dutillt Pastor. eats as a whole 4* st4 :
less speculation
There is more or children
put an end to a most disgusting ex I to Saadsy i .
difficult to namea
it Is
as to which will hare Governor Bro ample of the law's delays and how ; Indeed of the filed that cannot be ':30 a. m.. Sunday-school. J. E I they go with U* tit, .
product for
ward's support in the race for the justice can be blocked by petty plea while the distinctly southern Wood,' Superintendent. place I a duty and later** tU>< !fet*

governorship-Burr or Jennings. If and technicalities presented by well grown luxuriate in rare abundance.The Top whatever your age. ; heretofore taka oa___seats
paid lawyers. This fellow Bundrick crops 11:00 a. m.. preaching by the put as mock as P47 sttwtl
we were going to make a guess on It native grasses even those in the the morning hour:
got into a row with a neighbor over :>r. Subject for I is hoped that teUrtst **tStrangers
and whisper it into your: ear of ear pine woods possess a singular nutritive True and False, and How
a very small matter that could have "Doctrines I wltkia IV ., .
we would say-Jennings. The gover value. Them." ,
easily been adjusted. One day he and to Distinguish Between ways find a wtfeaat ia&1'
nor has a few very pronounced par II
} J
a brother waylaid this neighbor and 3:00 p. m.Jnnio League Sunday-school.
tisane hereabouts and we haTen'theard Some time before he was inaugurated -
shot him down In cold blood despite Howard DutilU leader.
All who
any,of them say Burr once, bu Governor of Georgia, Hoke Smith I. enjoy t4 dti.
the appeals for mercy made by a loving 4:00 p. m., Epworth League.
some of them hare made a noise like< made a trip to Europe for the express be glad to have toe ere***,
wife, who accompanied her husband 8:00 p. m.. preaching by the pas : sent with
Jennings a time or two.--Starke Tel purpose of studying the immigration. cs ant 5ti i

egraph. That's just what the Me in the same conveyance. The question, but he has-given.out noth- tor. song service J f __
all of
welcome to
younger brother was captured and Everybody
tropolls said some time ago. and It ing on the subject since his return.
at the trial placed all the blame on above services.
had a little.bit of inside Information The people'all want to hear from him
the elder brother. The latter escap-
when it said it-Miami Metropolis on that very important issue. A sustained '
ed to Southern Louisiana and two Episcopal Church.
cry for more labor has been
years later was captured. His case No services at the Episcopal church
A correspondent,of the Jacksonville reaching us from the agricultural
dragged along in the courts, appeal
,Metropolis puts it with much force regions and the lament of the farmer tomorrow.
after appeal being made. Then Bun- ,
and truth and terseness in this fish. over the desertion of the farms by Sunday-school at 10 a. m.
driek escaped from prison and after
Ion: the negroes has been long and loud.
tramping to the Pacific coast, became
"Given a fool who is a coward ,arid And yet the Farmers Union has now The Methodist Sunday SchooL t"
weary of wandering and haunted
egotist and then make this creature set Itself in strong opposition to Im- Tie Methodist Sunday-school still
with the Idea that every person he
intoxicated and put a pistol in his migration although it is only by that .holds up well notwithstanding the eg.Qr
saw was a detective looking for him
pocket and' in seven eases out of ten be T lantarUy surrendered near Los means'we can hope f->r a new supply warm weather: ; last Sunday even

there will be murder ,done. There Angeles. CaL He was brought'back of labor for the abandoned farms and class was full and all the teachers

are more homicides of that sort per to Cordele and resentenced to hang. the opening; ,up of new ones. WhatIs were In their places promptly when. PRO VI

petrated in this land of the free ever the objection to immigration if it
tee last bell was rung.
of Jamestown WATCH !
On the eve of his departure B
calendar month of the year than all the Governor again granted a be ot the ,right :character? Hoke The superintendent has just offered

the American .casualties of battle Smith Is a wise man and he has
silver star to each pupil that attends
ten-day respite for which Governor a cselurff
If wish for .leprs iwitJi
on land and sea of the late :war with studied the subject. A message from without unless sickness yoa
missing a day
Terell was adversely criticized. with abnloU fI
Spain. him to the Georgia legislature on this
last resort the lawyers urged the plea prohibits, then in that event the meat your: Ides of p..4rt m*Sl
of insanity but this time Governor question would be interesting readingto pupil will be awarded a star if he a revelation ia
Out in Iowa they are seriousl: tl e whole: country The Southern all the other
Terrell had backbone enough to put comes Sundays.
discussing the abolition of the grand people should manage to get togetherin
a stop ts the farce. With such proceedings There are about twenty that have THEHOWARD
Jury as a cumbrous and inefficient this matter of immigration and
j as this it is no wonder the not missed a day for the past six
machine'that.ought to be put on the agree on some fixed policy.
months these will be awarded silver
power and majesty of the law are a
retired list. The abolition of the .
held in such light esteem. star as soon as they are received:
grand jury is not a pressing need bu t ( . . . . the order having been placed several WATCHLet
:the reformation of the petit jury la. ;;
HOWS THIS MR. ROtti ELL? days ago.
It is not so much trouble to get thi TIL CHURCHESWhere Th
superintendent is very much
criminals indicted but to convict That superficial and unobservantcity 'I' us "show ytAll *.

them after Indictment---aye. there' jay Mr. George P. Rowell. of Standard Makes tat ft...*

the rub. Get the right standard of; New York who recently condescendedto To Worship Sunday.
blood and brains and conscience and FOR RENT
,take a casual look at Florida witha .
character: in the petit jury and w RADFORDThe

can easily put up with the grand jury. view of thoroughly ascertaining its At the Baptist Church

awhile longer. resources, went back home after doing The pastor with his family who Jeweler

so. and made a gratuitous and have been at Suwannee Springs for Four nice offices to let in the

District Attorney Sheppard of:; spectacular au of himself by declar- the past two weeks are at home now uvtoAx.ru.FLORIDA .

,P uacola. seems to have the Inside ing In the publ'c prints that Florida and Mr. Ridley will preach at both Lewin Building. Can be had -

track for the vacant Federal judgeship bad no ,resources outside of lumber hours tomorrow; also speak to his in suits if wanted. Centrally

in this State and has gone tc and tourists. Over against these class of men at ten o'clock. As a rule located. BOOKSKK9Its'

Oyster Bay to lay his claims before, superlatively false and silly words the hot summer weather Interferes sewerage and water

the President. Mr, Sheppard has the let ,us place the testimony of Mr. W. greatly with church attendance but connections in the Building. I. .- .

legal and moral qualification for the R. Goodwin editor of that great our congregations have kept up Moderate rent.

place and his politics are all right but Chicago publication the Breeder's splendidly and the interest has been a Pretty ..,

Mr. Roosevelt We suspect 'has a lit Gazette, who also made a visit to fine. There have been sixteen addi- Cool PropoiiPl'"

tie question to put to him and upon Florida recently and went back home tions to our membership since the -

ills answer'depends the success of hi, and wrote about us in his paper. We 20th of June, and 35 during the

mission.' He will be asked: "Do yos have n? space to quote his article entire Brought n meetings. The present One five room cottage. to

believe that the States have any reserved but some passages from it are month will close our regular services fet This is right in the heartof

\ rights under the constitution very pertinent and striking placedin until September lat, as the pastor the city and is conveniently -

r which the Federal government ii contrast with the imbecile dictum will supply for Dr. Broughton'of At- located for some businessman.

\ bound to respect!" If Mr. Sheppard of Mollycoddle Rowell. For Instance, lanta during August.Sundayschool -
? > says "no/*, he goes In, for th t"s' the Mr Goodwin says: 9:30 a. m.

** Mad of Federal judiciary that Mr. "The tourist down the. East Coast Preaching by the pastor 11 a. m.

B,sevelt is trying to build, .' railway-that wonderful monumentto Children's meeting. 3:30 p. m. -

\ the far-sighted Flagler-ImbIbes B. Y. P. U. meting 7:00 p. m.
i A .saloonless: Georgia ':4s the pros theidea, that Florida ball sand and Preaching service limited to one have some

pact now. The legislature has taken saw-toothh: palmetto and pines. But
I hour beginning, at ;QO p< nx, *?oodaPropertiesfor
ti_ bits in its teeth and Is running the man who has seen the east coast

headlong over air opposition in Its and Imagines he has seen Florida has Second Advent Christian Church

purpose to State prohibition.bjstatute. another journey coming to him be- '
secure it
Preaching at a. m:, and 8 p. m.. Sale
But what about enforcing fore he, reaches an accurate conclu *-. '
by the pastor. The morning subject for these hot days to qui .
shah a law? :The people have been sion. And here hangs another story. *T'
will be "Christ's Mission delicious Ice try s
to This WIT ..
opportunity to vote it Indeed, the man with eyes in his i&"..
given no upon\ ; enjoy faldara.
World 1900 Hundred Years Ago." irounssters wet11lavorings .. .
hence therein be no claim,that the bead* questions 'en' his lips and ears Apply to the undersigned for Soda, ud iI'

public sentiment of a majority ol thai hear.retuins from Florida with At night the subject will ,be: with pure. A ..

Georgians isr behind the law. :JVUh- material enough in his mind to fill a "Christ's Mission to This World- at further information. Cream of the best q1' der
the End of drink which assuakS
Age. Otisleaves
oat laAqre library That same sand is readily eaf* '
suchj-tentjmeaf jwnat'1aclpect' a feeling o*c* ?,* *
t that the new statute,will be en- fructified info astonishing yields. Both of these subjects are very Scrupulous cleanhnessaaru

atorced? If Georgia ventures upon: Fertilizer has its necessary place it mportant to saint and sinner.Sundayschool >f the soda ountaav.

... experiment we hope with all our Is true but it returns Targe profits on I at 10 a. m. EDWARDS REALTY I CO -

hjat,3 she-mat:makelttt ;sue. its use. :Not only: orange orcharding Prayer meeting Tuesday night at N:11 (&

f teas, but we'doubt jery much.. tha? aDd"PI'apple growing now charac- '-J o'clock. lewln Florida Book &

a* she will. A:statute to drive tae teize South Florida but the transportation -t' The Woman's Home and Foreign Building, Room ,3.

Stats and keep I facilites have opened up market Ulssion Society will hold their regular
lfouPr trams*>?hqf a ,
4 it out is organic law and that kind oi: gardening ai almost a1( marvelous Industry -t monthly meeting at the church next IIOmY TAR %

vote. : It is true that they also farm Thursday night. C. C. COOK
made by .AUo
law is always us ear....,.. ....tstew

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Roy Helton returned from Jacksonville . tll Mrs: A. -1. McLendon ta rep rt4
AND PERSONALSUATTCBft this ornlng, and leaves for I 1 I I I . . . I . I I" I I I I I . . I I quite W"at her home in the West Eat

,Porters' Station tLUJ. nIJI'g7; t II

t ., ..
... a former I.- R. L. White has the finest select***
OP e of garden seel ever brought to Lit*
FOR DEMOCRAT -. Live Oak, but now living at Lake
Butler No Claim Oak. Can on him. 11-=dSt..1I-
READERS ness. was In town today: on busi- -

Prof. Wallace Is moving his dOt

Mrs. Ed. to the room"adjoining Dm Andersonand
Porter and Miss Five

THEY COME AND THEY 60 Cents Dexter went to 'SuwanneeSprings Creekmore.

last evening to spend a few

days at that delightful resort. Is out of place when we talk our FURNITURE Taylor Rouse and Charley Kc-
Chin of Jasper were in the city yes-
Lire Oak aDd 8awlinneeOMBtf reliability. A loqk through will convince you. If terday.
Trn'" Miss Ada Harrell and Miss Panolah
Gathered ty the Democrat you want to get posted come to us.
Harrell of Fort
White are here fora
Reporterfor few days to visit their uncle. Col. C. O. Saunders and Will Gornto

Harrell. will form co-partnership and go !s-

I to the plumbing business next doorto

automobile ride phone 109..J"pr..leetriC the Democrat office.
an Mrs. E. A. Rolf of Greenville ar-

rived here this morning and left by
i fans see J. C. Lyle. Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wooley. w h9
private conveyance. In to visit FrankHlngson' We make it our business to get the best and it'sno have been visiting Dan Hair's family
family the I
It.... N. E. Lewis of Jasper was worry if you allow us to tell about it. returned to Blackwell S. C. this

.4', morning. They were accompanied by
lre trading yesterday. Miss Julia Kennedy who has been ''f .
Miss Maud Hair.
t visiting Mrs. S. J. White for several "

Levi Rankin, of Kirkland was days returned to her home in Gainesville '<.
yesterday. this If you want to attend one of the
,ere trading morning going via Jackson

YUle., '. "..J,;. ... biggest picnics of the season ga to

Angus McLeod. of Marion Station ,. I Antioch on the fourth Saturday i.
July. The new Baptist church will
was here on bnsinesL.yesterday\ cV. Mss.-, J. L. Ratliff of Hamilton /

county, was here this'morning. en 1 :.j. B. BARTON. & CO. be dedicated and some of our brU-
liant men will speak and .11-
.eut' .
a. Smith to Jasper-yes .r ute't, perry;' : ,\ i
\ .. : : '\ t whether brilliant or not-can eat.
on business. -
terday h H. L. CAMPBELL MANAGER Let's dont forget the date for we
Ed.-Pound of Perry. Is In the city ,

Mrs. Belle Tool, of Porters Station shaking hands with his many. I.t. must all go.
was here shopping yesterday. friends. ', ; . . . , . . . . : T. H. Snrrency Is classed as one of
tl. .
the best salesmen representing Lynch-
j. g. LoU and wife of Ocala. are Misses Hattie Lou and Whltly
ourg Louses and a picture of him appears
at tke EtheL Dixon and Mrs. Alex. Way of Madison D. L. Palmer of Madison, will NOTICE. In the merchants' Journal ot

were here this morning. en route open up a first-class grocery store In that city. He represents Watts Bro
B. Small of Lake City, to White Springs.Mrs. I will not be responsible for any
KaJ. A.
the new Bird block as soon as It is Co., and although on the road bat *
Jebts incurred or any acts of my wife
business today.
It |a the city on legal completed.: Mr. Palmer is a hustling :who short time enjoys a ro.-d permanent
has left without
my any
G. H. Stokes here
was yesterday business man. will carry a large I j trade, and good customers are coming
Eld. W. A. Jordan of Dowling en route to Jacksonville from the varied and attractive stock and will xcnse of provocation. to him dally.
Park. 1 L3-dltwlt J. H. ROGERS.Mr. .
Park was i here today. ; no d_ubt make a success of his busi-

-- ness venture here. In ma)or'. court this morning
J. A. Leslie, of Lake City. Is in Mrs. Berths Varn and Mrs. J. W. Brooks Livingston, of Live Marie Jones and Florence Holmes
CAt ) who has been friends
ak. visiting
tea today. Fleming -O'Brien are guests of the meting of the council last colored, were tiMed |S and costs each
returned home He
sere. Sunday.
the Ethel today. night a committee was appointed to for fighting. They had their scrap
carried home fond
arrived here from c: a remembrance
Mrs. B. B. King confer with Miss Emma Parshley regarding in the middle of the road. Will
(:>f our little city and seemed charmd -
Tampa yesterday.B. H. L. Parramore representing the the donation of a strip of Humphries and Charley Bell were
I with the town lake and one 01
Groover-Stewart Drug Co., of Jacksonville ground of equal width of that given c> winsome belles.-Lake Butler fined $5 and costs each for the same

B. King Is In Jacksonville today was in the city yesterday. by the hotel company for a street .:Star.ur offense only they bald their fight In
transacting bu.IDesL"Ma north of the hotel building. If this the house. Frank Kinkaid "palled,"

Mrs. Was tin left for White Springs Is done the city will drop the con- the png.C
C. E. Duckworth who lives two
\\ you want Braying of any I and other places yesterday. She will. demnation suit now pending.
miles north of the,city and who has
kind plone ute Vf. N. Boat be t gone a week or more. The council met last night and finally -
.. been sick for the past five month,
riot. u Cottages with kitchens and dining setled the waterworks '1'1'*-
confined to his bed was able to be up
Rev. E ans went to Mt. Olive yesterday room for rent at Suwannee Springs. ) oday and came to town accompaniedby ton by bug Ing trom Thos. Dow ling

here where he win preach tomor linen u.e plant here for 31117. The
J. W. Michael of Rlxford.was Cottages furnished except ; 1 Mrs. Duckworth. All were'glad to

tsday.Ur.+ row. kitchen and. dining, room furnished I se him out again. papers transferred today and w* will

with table, chairs afcd stove. 17 per now have an opportunity of testing

-; X01 fEUa.w. Mrs. W. Lockett, who has been sojournIng municipal ownership and Its worth
Mrs. \ D. Mercer, week or 120 per month. No charge Misses Eva Dowllng. Miss Rosalie

.. were here today trading { at Hampton Springs, was for baths. to cottagers. Apply to F. Lewin. Lena Baird Lizzie Flnlayson, to this community. This more has

here yesterday on her way home to L. ReeaUTe' Oak. or Suwannee Kathleen Thomas and Blanche been on the tapis for a long time,

. Mrs. D. T. O'Hara. of Columbus lacksonvIlle. Springs. tt Grnbb came up from the Park this but no definite conclusion has been
reached until now. Some time ago the
! .u sere shopping today. morning.[
. Ms. B, F. Howell. of McClenny Mr. and Mrs. G. H: Davis and "Mr. matter was left to a board of arbitrators -

who has been here on a haft to her who valued the.plant at the
,f..,A. Petty made flying trip to and Mrs. J, L. Edwards prominent Miss Lizzie Flnlayson of Quitman.wh .
returned agures named but Mr. Dowllng de-
pother Mrs. J. L. Wolfe In social
well known
Heasdra yesterday. residents and ? has been attending Miss Eva
uned to'accept the
home last night. same assuming
are the
circles of Live Oak. visiting Dowling's house party at Dowling
the payment of the arbitrators. Since
ft B. llcCutcheon went to Jackson- city and form a pleasant party who Park, returned home this morning
from that time the mater has
C. E. Halle. Sr., came up
elm fay morning on business. are stopping at the Aragon. Hotel.- Miss Finlayson Is a charmingly attractive best
Gainesville yesterday: on a visit to his fire, and not until now has at
Metropolis July 12. who will make
young lady
son. The purchase Is commended
Uerry Hair made a business trip riends and admirers wherever she
by a majority of our citizens, whilea
to JaeksoBvill this morning. Geo. Wolfe and daughter. Miss goes. It is to be hoped she will return few.condemn it
Mrs. Maud'Hegan came up from as an unnecessaryoutlay
f Blanche left for Philadelphia last to Live Oak In the near future. of We understand
visit to money. the
High Springs yesterday on a
otQsiaey evening. They will aso visit New
Mrs. T. P. Selman and children
will the services
city retain of Will
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy
were guests of the Ethel yes- her parents, York and Orange, N. J., they will
Miss Eila Hanklns. c f Fort Pierce. Gornto as collector of water rents

"* '*'. Bryan. spend some time In the mountains who las been here some time on a and will also retain the men now em-
will visit the James-
and in returning
The subject of Rev. C. A. Ridley's visit to Mrs. Ed Davis returned to ployed at the plant.

0. C. Henry and Mlss.Sallie Porter morning subject tomorrow; will be town exposition. her home this morning. Miss Hankinc

cut to Jacksonville last evening. Iii a very accomplished young lady Last evening the Live Oak. Perry

"Music. WANTED by Northern family wto has traveled extensively and wt d: Gulf furnished an extra train to

lira. Murray, of Alton was here company three furnished rooms for light certainly enjoyed the Interview we the Park to convey a dancing party
The long
fcsterdar. en route to Jacksonville.J. now has the line In good workIng houskeping or small furnished cot- had with her this morning. there gotten up by our young people

tage In desirable location. Address In honor of Miss Eva Dow ling's visi
order to Porter Station.
J. R. Chambllss and wife of Tam- Immediately. P. O. Box 161 Prof. Schell of Lake Butler was Lore Misses Beard. Finlayson and

... are at the Ethel today. route to Da) Thomas. It was a gay throng sad
Mrs. A. Holland and daughter. here this morning, en
Miss Daisy Sanberg. Miss Lucy of the Cotton they had a gay time. The partition
returned from Jacksonville to a meeting
Miss Mary
Mrv Rouse came up from the Park after an absence.of Hopson Miss Frances Hopson and Growers Association and to attend a was not too crowded and until 11
yesterday arrived In the city o'clock the crowd glided In the
today.shopping. Mr. J. W. Hopson picnic. The professor is an enthus-
JI .
four weeks.J. yesterday and were guests at the last when it comes to matters that mazes of the dance and naught occurred I

J. 0. Kent returned from Lee this while here.-Times-Union. Interests to mar the festivities of the
wife and littli (Aragon lave a tendency to advance the
1IWnIac. Mrs. Kent will remain J. Jones from theiweek's of farmers and being a gifted occasion. Among those who went

thr9 several days. I Gladys L ng returned and report Mrs. "C. E. Culbreath. who has been speaker Is generally selected as oratorof from here were Misses Ethel and

outing today haj .isiting friends In Live Oak for sometime the day on such occasions. Georgia Cassia Mary Rothwell. Bessie -

1i"' J, F. Ford went to White ing a fine time. will return tomorrow. Mrs. Johnson Maggie PrItchard and

brags tats his Culbreath is the wife of the bookkeeper Hallie Mardre, Annie Grubb. Mary
morning to fill
,W'appatatment, there tomorrow. Mrs. C. A. Helton, of Rocky Sis '. for the Ocala C operage Company. The Baptist church of this city Grubb, Carmita Grubb. Daisy Mae-

was here today on her way to Tiger Ocala Star. has elected the following delegatesto Clenny. Sallie Taylor Sallie Jenkins

visit her daughter who Is attend the special session of the
Hiss Lake to Eva Hildreth Mrs. S. B. Conner. Jr..
Farnell. of Madison was
I. 4kr down with fever. Arthur Masters and baby, little Baptist State Convention which and Messrs. Leo Williams. S. T.
this route to Jas- Mrs.
morning en Rev
Lake City July :
of Live Oak. are vIsit- meets In Grimshaw A. H. Mills Marvin Butler -
!f. i Miss
,1I. Mrs. W. W. Jenkins, of Jacksonville C. Phillips.. Mrs. Masters'sister. and Mrs. C. A. RIdley Ira. J. Carter. Karl Bardin, Yandell Brown

of arrived here this morning, and ing Mrs. was seriously 111 S. P. :Mays C. D. Frink. Winder Sur- H. C. Sheppard Henry Parrlmor.P.Curtb .
.:W. ') Perry and J. O.. Eld. Mrs. Dr. J. 'Y.
visit to H. Carter
I g51 left for the Park on a weeks with typhoid fever rency Eugene Grubb Jr., Buck Baisden.
dy. of Mayo, registered at theEthel' for several Mrs. C. N. Hildreth. Jr., and
today.Jin. W. A. Jordan's family. but Is rapidly regaining her strength.Mrs. West. James Dowllng. Charley McKlnnon.
J. J. Mlxson of Williston, Is also Mrs. Dr. Brown. Joe Hinely. This was one of the best

.J Deputy Sheriff Stokely went to Mrs. Phillips her daughter dances ever given at the Park. Somef

nt' W. N. AVhatley eame over Branford today on official business.R. -Ocala visiting Star. Among the people from the coun- the best of our young people were

r t from Starr yesterday to visit her T. Boozer of Lake City is a try and nearby towns who visited there and no doubt Miss Eva and her

..,s dsterrat TtW, SHodges.Mtnbam guest of the Ethel today. returned from the Live Oak today were: V.'. P. Allison charming guests appreciate the honor
When the party Williams and wife conferred upon them.
( minutes of Groover; H. S.
Gardner returned last "0. J. Hurst and wife and P. L. Park last night it was was Joe of Rocky Sink; F. H. HIngson. of
$t ,1IRt. and, is being greeted by hislLmerou Hurst desire to express their sincere past twelve o'clock.and he gave his Kirkland; J. L. Allison of Rlxford; The dentist had complained of the

friends_ here today.:: thanks to Rev. C. A. Ridley for tho Hlnely's birthday the crowd by cut- Jake Mickler of Rlxford; Sanford phonographs next door as a nnUanco.
consoling; funeral sermon preached birthday party watermelons) which had Bond. of Platt; W. M. Ross and wife. "How do they annoy you!" asked

"+ 'JfJaaeo. Ella. Allison was here today. over the son of"P. L. Hurst. ting ten nice in cold storage and were of Rossbnrg; W E. Harrell. of the magistrate.

-ea rcte to' visit. heraadmother been placed the Grover; W. A. Nobles. of Grover; RW -
McAlpln to delicious. Of course "Why. I advertise 'painless dentictry. -
blasters Paul perfectly 1 of Pine Grove; Elbert f
< Mrs. futch. Mrs. J. W. Robinson delighted with the unex- Ingram, "* be replied "and my patrons
1 j party M. Faireloth
who W.
Jane of Suwannee;
;'0t Johnnie and Miss learn bow Scott
and treat. We' did not claim that the phonograph racket

*** 0. E. Culbreath. who has been have been to Lake. City and. : fort old pected Joe is today of Houston; E. L. Corbett.whose of names Pine breaks -contract.--Ph11adelphla,

ill f. ..f or two. weeks on a visit to her White returned to the Park were this to think he has nut .eet Grove; and many learn.others Ledger. f. '
"'bUeere they "- we could not It } "
R. A. Gray returned to morning. sixteen" mark. ?>o':
Baldwin's family. ... ..J.L ...
a e in. Ocala this morning. guests of Eld. ,u ...... "" ... .
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f. The:foUowfaft.scrap conversation.>, '

will be p :JW:. at Antioch --wa* overheard the,other day but: ,. in K; COIUIT WITH YOUR PIESEJT STJTIOI H LIFE 45'/

cooreb oa Saturday before the- 4th it has, probably been spoken,, or fr }

JolT which will b* the r thought thousand*cf times&year: tor': '

gwdayJB 27th. r ages back."Why i Wlt WT PREPARE YOURSElf FOB II GOOD FHIIE POSITIOI8v ..;:

EnmbodT Invited Nothing will r- d-nCt you go too a* ,. .,.. i. 2' -
George' suggested tpa lo<< *"_
I holiday
the daT one
to make
to pleasure pared Eer. C. A. BIdley willpreach lag wile, '*y e+t 'emDlol'Qrc: aa surd .t.th F .- atteadiag the "Poplar Smmr School }=
dedication.: sermon- Cot.. l.t<*without you, ; "
the t "I know. replied halt r. sterner, ., vr .:.t : =
; 1
Carter and B. F. Umstead and othet'$11JfIl I -
: -fcufc t dQa.'t'1Iian..t,blax to-fla4.it.-
deliver addresses Ch&rl1eBouj f
QUt,"*--Tatiers3.2 .
an. the expert dispenser of gQQ ifftfaf -- ... M ,,- ...
'. bas bees secured. t* dispensetold
drinks and other re rehments.The I IcI
: aaU:!naark. ea.lea..C n.ch.ct &. THE .
I& tn+
object of the occastoa.: : ;

raise fsads to clean eff and otherwise the rta's. ot CCasuniptl4t'or

ernaoxeot the cemetery,the last: rest-I I "".rititt tsiagu".: '' that: Ciaim.t.ns L

tag place of >o many of our dsarwl: .ny $. 4A ZZ Test, Ii uteX-'sicUa ''

l 1 aai TAT urw*> cou&ha. atO,
loved one E erjbidyG CQIDe; .
I cetdAe p -t4 and: w +c arm 11Q ,
H. BBL'SOa.A. I "
r Qt oa.. INr.l &
K. EVAOzm... I II '
I yar 's3 3f taaatj.swnta etnkn twn.Z .

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ICs often better, to ZD Tar E* saJE.. ant oortaia la,
ahead slowly this to travel fir & cxr n. Is. fa. ..

tie at a rapid pace.ADMEOSTEATOETS Qry Pta" d x"to..wa 4w

Cd Os b.
Notice to creditors. >eat. C. :
-Ceer....aet*"*a vTwr tinius tQ- .
tiibntees and all persons Jta siaS every daai." 1 ,
claims or demands agasst the estate -WeCLwe gt d is tiat 1 b..a.'t

of J. R. Newlan. late of Swanaee get aa a.n.tip.I"Id.. )(

County. Florida, to present said I
During the soauaer kidaey+ frregrt- ,

claims or demands to Be at Dow h zits es2fng are often caused by excessive- : .'.

Park Florida within one year from drinking or betas overheated. Attend p

the first publication of this notice to the kidneys at once by awing 1 t! Is the Standard Commercial College in North Florida and is conduetijthe j

or this notice will be plead ta: bar of Fcley's Kidney Care. CIty Pharmacy : best summer school in this section. ..

allowance out of said estate. d-w-
W. A. XEWLAX. Scholarships: S4O.OO, $50.00 $$75-00, and $90.00.

Administrator: of estate of J. H.Newlan. .
deceased.2S9 t, i Write for Catalogue and special summer announcement.
Court of County Judge in and for

OT1CE. Predate Suwannee Jurisdiction County. by Florida.the County! SOUTH BUSINESS COLLEGE

Notice Is hereby given that I will Judge:

award the contract for building of
Whereas. George Taylor (colored) and Conner St.
Le Pleasant Hill school house oa a. Cor. Ohio Ave. _
has applied t> this Court by his pe f
Saturday July tie 2 tiu. Plans and tiLIVE OAK FLORIDA
don for letters of Administration
specifications can be had by applying oa j 1 L.M. HATTON, G. S. STEPHENS, -
the estate Sartha Brown (colored) .
to J. E. Wood. at the court house..all I President and Proprietor I
late of said County. deceased; -
bids must be seat ta sealed 1
Now these are therefore to cite .
reserve the right to reject any or all I i . . . . . . . . . . . . . ti
and admonish all and singular the I II (
blls. J. E. WOOD. Supt.
I kindred and creditors cf said deceased -:'

to be and appear before this '

CUAIWIAVS NOTICE Court ,oa the 26th day of July A. ,

To all whomsoever It may be of In O. 298:. and file objections If any :

terest." Greeting: they have, to the granting letters ....
After four weeks publication of aforesaid, otherwise letters wfll be:j

this notice once each week. I frill. granted to said applicant if he can.

on the 11th day of July A. D.}9B 7. duly qualify as prayed, | Red RocK Ginger Ale
the Court House of Sawannee
at Witness seal
my hand and of said

County Florida apply by petitionto Court at the Courthouse of said County Is the Real
the lion. J. N. Conner. County Article
this the lath day of June. A. D. ;4
Judge of said County, for an order 107.

authorizing and empowering me to (Seal) J. W. CONNER. ITT-\: An interior, weak flat imitation gingerale
make sale of a one-thirteenth undivided
County Judge of and in Suwannee will
cause indigestion and
Interest of Mollie barrel eonstipat -
James Harrell. Randall Harrell. An County Florida. w6S84NOTICE. ,, ? :A tion-def e at in g:the verypurpose for which
_ ale Harrell. Winnie Alit
ALE has become
Harrell and Henry JIangham. minors.
.orphans of Mary J. Harrell and Hattie r E lei famous. .
Vangbam. now residing In Coffee In Circuit Court. Third Judicial Cir tic
County State of Georgia in the following beThe value of Parity and Quality cannot
described land, situated In cult of Florida. In and for the ; strongly ur ed. Get RED

Suwannee County Florida. to-wlt: County of Suwannee. A REAL GlS(5ER ALE which stands outing oi
South half of northeast one-fourth all other brnda-foreign and domestic-as the acme

and southeast one-fourth of northwest IN RE: of perfection in combining purity' quality Md
one-fourth and east half of Application: of Lyda M. Davis to become 9 health giving results.

southwest one-fourth and fractional a Free Dealer.
west half of southwest one-fourth Sold veryvbent km Md
This come on for hearing upon the i-n bottJear.
and southeast one-fourth section 3*. wk.glass from bottle..
petition notice and report of the
township & south range 13 east. es'es
Purpose of sale balng to remove said Special Master herein, filed on the THE RED ROCK CO. .
estate to State of Georgia. 26th day of June. A. D. 1907. and i t4'fi'i

f. SOLOMON SEARS. I was considered by the Court and upon iI Jacksonville
Guardian'of above named minors I Florida.
by authority of Court of Ordinar consideration, thereof it is ord r-
Coffee County State of Georgia, I led, adjudged and decreed by the

-I Court: That the report of the Special

Sound .All Itfght. Master be and the same is herebyconfirmed

"Has she resumed her maiden and tie said Lydia 1f-

came?" Davis is hereby granted a license to

"Yes; she has resumed her maiden take charge of and manage her own --
I t I -
aim to estate and and Is Many a man who
marry money. -Houston property hereby poses as a cynics Charms
Generally Worked. The One QuestMos-
Tost. made Free Dealer In duly a cheap imitation of
a every respect a phono The Widow *
-Thirty-five is the Stella-Did he pop ti* tf
under the laws of the State of Flor- graph. most charming .501P 1'
age In woman. Bella-Only. "Is it hot

'OTICl:' ida. The Bachelor-That's right. It's you?"-New York S...
Done, ordered adjudged and de- Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough I hard to get away from '
To Whom It May Concern a woman of -
: creed at Chambers In Lake City syrup. Contains no opiates. It that age.-Chicago News
Notice is hereby given that the Florida, this the: 26th day of Jane -
drives tIe cold out of the system
Board of t
County Commissioners of A. D. 1907. B. H. PALtER The best CUNTON&MWWholesale
Suwannee County Florida. will en .-July5-4t Judge. gently moving the bowels. Contains remedy for backache,

the 23d day of July. A. D. HOT. at Honey and Tar and tastes near- weak kidneys inflammation of the

-o"clock a. m.. meet with the OTICE. ly a j good as maple syrup. Children bladder is De Witt's Kidney and Bladder ;

county Assessor of Taxes of said Notice is hereby given to all like It. Sold by Live Oak Drug Pills. Their act!:n is promptand Ke-
County at the clerk's office In UyeOak. and !
for'the creditors legatees distributees and Store. d-w. sure. 'A week's tratment for ;
purp se of all having
persona or demands 25c. Sold
by Live
reviewing and the \ Oak Drug Store.
equalizing tax as-
against the estate cf John Atwell.
cessment rolls of said C unty. and late of Suwannee county Florida deceased When a man's moral rights g> d-... tailDealersinFIWda
for the purpose of hearing complaints wrong be begins to talk about bib
to present the same to the legal rights. i
end receiving testimony as to the undersigned as administrator cum Lot of men find folly so attractive andVest&'
Ttlne of any property real or that they haven't
any desire
testamento annexo upon said estate to
as fixed by the County Assess r DeWitt's Little Early Risers Small acquire wisdom.
within two years, or your claims will
o: Taxes for the purpose of taxationfo be barred. sure, cafe pills. Sold by Lire Oak .
the present Drug Store. d-w MEATSphone
year Dated this July 5th. 1907.J. Constipation.
W A.
W. BRADLEY. Per constipation
Chairman Bcard County Commissioners. Corporal and Soldier. there is nothing
Administrator cum testamento annex Tie: corporal is lecturing the sold, quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom- 24.
') upon the estate of John At ler. TIe latter
tries to excuse himself. and Liver Tablets.
Attest; well deceased. 7-12-St They always

J. W, BRYSON. Clerk. "But I tell YOU-" produce a pleasant movement of the Prompt deliveranywhere :

. ""- T It makes a woman with a baby 44Y a!" interrupted the corporal bowels without any disagreeable ef- *
A w man's reason may be no reason inCity. :
awfully nervous when she hears of a thundering voice: "yoa have but fect. Price %5c. Samples '
at all. but It Is a waste of time free.
an epidemic of any kind a thousand
re to
say and that is to be Barclay & Groover
for a man to argue- against It. miles away.-Chicago News. silent!'=Transatantle Tales. and all dru.ggbta.W1 .
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ffotdc. : SrccuLTns.F ., : Agar Equipped for repairfng and storing -

F Eo BROOME, i1' Autos. A. full supply of Gasoline and : ,

)I. Vhe .:,... ._.._. ... Oils "
lii: tf especially prepared for Gas Engines. ..

ATeadt:CoUNSELOR AT LAw. Question iii. ; Also sell the well known Columbia bat -1

uva oalcs_ FLORIDA. isSettled HA tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs
ta.. the State. SpeeI .
I *2 5Z3I inve .. Ceaveyaaeea. ColleetJo. ,; I. kept in stock. Exclusive agent for i
I ...a.e gML Asa- promptly attend skillful"Imd'I i ;'

**..g wt rtauc STATE AT L
: .' Sample of this work can be-seen here.
ii J. W. WEST win produce a delightful .. II

Physician and Surgeon. smoke. Our / 1lllj; \
: 'experience in JI!I H1 II j FOR LIVERY
.16ta: Carroll the cigar business I
Residency at Ethel HoteL given us 'I
The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
...- the
knowledge I '
NI6&. necessary to obtain the
prvf$ .idnes.Steve(e rdas'*Groover)N.IE.e desired results. r Livery seating capacity for four. .

a,..... *.$.TBOMABO We i
are sure Huckleberry Cigars
TjROWN will please you; they are "just rife'

PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS, LEE ROr MTERS CO., Makers 'Engineer Proprietor

--.. Phone 109.

WALL PAPERWhen M i i 11111 n !*
iniiimn ..

in need of nice wall paD I NOTICE ..

cr erf 011 u. u. PETTY, at : : To Contractors and Prospective Builders: : Round Trip Rates To

OJNTOtt A MCOCS MARKET.vMiMiiiiimiiiiiiiiii.


: will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand
; Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.

VETERINARY.SoEdU: I ; ; OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.

jour patronage-Office : ATLANTIC COAST LINE'RAILWAY

"I.tl..I..I.si midene. Phone Stings) 148 The Live. Oak Brick & Supply Co. :f

Mllil'llill.. 11 IIII From LIVE OAK Florida

$32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop

WJllllAXEI Practical AND JEWELER We Sell Merchants Only overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

116 t'sar'_experience $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop

C3 4 Reek.f WtUhc always on hand.
Carry Stock of over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

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$22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with
Ie brut Headache Cure.BromoPepsin, . . . .1 I . . stop
over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn,
$14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday
Oats, 'Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all

fete .... Word Pepsin kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.Two .

Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night

r II R E c ..... l Indigestion.Henoasuwi> Lavadura, Extracts, Wrining Tablets, Lead Pen- train fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE

W tJ..au. cils, Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. FOLDER. For further imfonration and Pullman write to or call

on Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent, Atlantic CoastLine
Ofl the Spot. Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy and Jacksonville. Fla.
II CfiilB. ttMhttij HarmlessThe Wrigleys Chewing Gums

M....... ... 34s. .N ...
Cigars Anita Fenandey Big Smokers
rev ..1_ BV ,

City Pharmacy El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

Schedule affective May 19. 1907.
1-a4twk1. Visiting Merchants are Cordially in-

V-ted: to make our office their headquarters WESTBOUND- &Aft 5YNDi.r. --

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a,' OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .JI. No.1. No I. No.5.Su.day No Z. No.. N...u IIDaib' -L
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Live Oak & Commission Co. Les.. Arrive Am&mAnne
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Wide to Order For a 8 222 a 07.___._._.. ___ a 431 ':;j 1.Me
Ha* A Cent Each 8 =:, 8 315 31 ====Lancaster Platt- :::::::-.:::=' : i l L'O : I:::
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'-t....,ak argrspi COPY OF ORDER FOR PUBLICATION' ,founded on a promissory note. Whereas Ly 8 t to'tr, wDowii.Q Dowling Park Park. ---.... -.. Ly 10.fLW f 23 Lw fin
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...1 to .. it appearing from affidavit that 8 t CbaJoceT ...... ..... Ae f it Ar .16
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party orderingtea tajLY : rr '* 9W
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sash cart.. the said defendant Is absconding concealing 8 5'g: Jnnctios oa ..*
..... rdi ...... .........'-- asaipt ., --. copy and in and For Suwannee County Flor out of the limits of the State of Florida 4 35 .___SiJo_.___ a 4f4p8iS| trio
......I.....j.. Ida.State. ; it is. therefore ordered that the f o 15 510 ____._. 60 84? 3 U
whack a maximum of S* U ttoj..T =
.-. i.M.. ........n. and PhototypeBheeto of Florida ) said defendant. J.V.. Hosford and 9 25 6 2S 5 00-.--.._S-rth ..,-_.,-._... 2 .M.\| 8 8.1* 761 1 68
..iwird .......> mailed without uwannee County.) otter persons who are Interested are f s 55)I 38 651 s3 515.Sl -- :_Fabolbway-.PerrY_.......__._ 06, 8 Oft T NAr1006
.......'tar MOM and add:... of party D. H. Wilson ) hereby required to appear to the ac- 'Ar 6 20 A'S RIm p-Spring.---..___ L. 2 00 L. S b5 Lv T..Lv 71*
4.. I write ea any kind el.tatioMry. a PlalntUT. ) tion on the fifth day of August 1907. I p. ![. i P. l[.i'I A.M. I I P M. t A.M. !i A.M
.N.lssr....-. 160 vs. Civil Action by At-I the same being the Rule Day of the
... ___.. PROFIT Taking OrderaleMarklLOCAL J. W. Hosford. ) tachment. I raid Court. at the office of the Clerkof -
w .uiSIUC.Ui"( Defendant. ) the said Court. at the Court Houseof !o-
tic: POSTCARDS. One Exchuir Whereas D H. Wilson as plaintiffin the said County at Live Oak
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."14staetgrrs Agent said cause has obtained an attach- Florida. Unless you so appear. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND
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l3 .Q 1.4,J.bi.r.Lacal Newspaper ment out of the above named Court judgment will be rendered against
j -.... (WANTED .. every oty i issued on. to-wit: 31st day,of May you and your property sold for debt.It Fri*,Passes[Pewee I Frt.Paaa.* Frt.4 PaM. Pt.ws Pa..w
LaauLExcmsiyECON- 907, 'against the estate of the said is further ordered that this order Pass gee ger gK tees
.. Fw.tas..... TEN which at- a week for two No. No.8. Na l.. Nail ho.14.
....... Scads-w A k1'Ia defendant, J. W. Hosford be published once No.1. No 9. Ne.lL 13.
---- ... t7 p. Pictun Pwt.o tachment has been levied upon the months Immediately preceding said Daily Daily Sunday'Sunday Daily Daily SvndayS...dayssSna.1es&a4
:;:.W ... ridrs m r odpt ofIrMam. following described property of the I day. In the Suwannee Democrat a Only Only ua.esSua. Only Only
efendant. to-wit:One-eighth undivided !I weekly newspaper published in said A. M. { P. M. A. M. '. P. M. I I A. M. P. M. a. M. P. M.Arrive.

ypc Company Interest in and to that land lying County and State. Leave Leave Leave Leave ..........._MayaJuBctKiidark __.......158 Arrive Arrive 330 Arrive a 21 g-
..I fw Aay and being in the County of Suwannee.I Witness my hand and seal of said 9 922 06 4 456 40 9S3 940! 6 643 30 .................._- ............_........ 739+ S 437Z7J a 222
PwpoM by Any I I ................ ........._..._._/ + > 33716a 1
parti-. 31st day of May. 1907. 9 32 5 06 19 OS, 6 639S .P.trsos $ 32 2 12
and State of Florida and more Court this .....................Mayo..... ............... Z20 s 20Lv 200
....... It cularly described as follows, ,to-wit: j,, (Seal) J. W. BRYSON.Clerk ArlO 06lAr!a S 3.s 4ttArl 1016 2a'' C SOS 16 ....................Alts....._............... 7 00 Lv 1 lOiLv a loiLi 155
Chicago 'Phone South half of the northwest quarter|I i of the Circuit Court
; 1irri59n 4691 and the northeast quarter of the ; Suwannee County. Florida. Regular atop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and
'I' ....... outhweat quarter of section four (4), W H. WILSON. from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with othr
rwuard.'Cularpboto Stueoeftttwwa township five (5), south of range Attorney for Plaintiff. 6- lines call on anticket agent. Trains makes connection atLive Oak with all
for Newspaper'Art fifteen (15), east; said property held I I Ilu Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.nEE .
' ..Cl>v n.'toaerU. for EditA' common with A. T. Hosford of said :( ESSIGS.President. R. HOPKINS, Tram Uaaaxer
r..s.c. tSbId FOLm IIOfffiY'A."iDTAF'
*J*aQ PWPOMI,hi quantity county; for the sum of one hundred S. T. (;RUlSHA w. "reri.t..Ddf'.t.LIVE .
any "
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In which you will have a chance to take advantage of our Semi-Ann1al CIearueeti

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

f t the great -t bargains of the season j* As .examples of the many tempting offerings ready for your picking, note ."

i ;;: .. v THESE 4 BARGAINS :

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A '..- S16. 5 Suits that formerly sold for $29;pO We also have

'-> a large variety
$22.50 and $25.00. '

-- :' ---.$-J 1.75 Suits of Smartact Single and doub- of styles that l V -

,. -:ble breasted Colt, formerly $14.00 to $18.00 we are closing r .rf -

i $9.00 Sack suits of the most advanced out from $5.00 s

: = styles and newest sabrics values $13.50.
i- 8.50. These + ;
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r goods are worth from $8.00 to $12.00. %* We have about, 40"boys,

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

at actual cost from $2.25 to $5.50. Thtsc suits: formerly' sold at $3.50to 'K.

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: '' t 100 Gentlemen's Negligee Shirts values $1.00 and $1.25 we are clot*_

; i1 ', ''c1 ;Ing out at the small price of 80cts. ,_ ,

II A few J. & M. SHOES stilNeft $5.OO.MtCHACLSSTCRIt j

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FINE CLOTHING. Don't miss these BARGAINS you will never have the opportunity again.BUTLER _
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TALLAHASSEE LETTER. Hon. W. C. Hodges' friends also got Jacksonville; J. M. Caldwell, of Jas- saying: -, -And. waems. H fc s*

busy and did likewise; Mr. Sheppard per; T. J. Appleyard.. of Lake City; "Of course." he continued "there the said Thorn**_ Ps3IS ta

Know Nothing Editor Before IiTestlgatlng .... who U very popular here and who is Arthur Williams of Jacksonville; is a lot of jingoism In the Japanese in payment of the

Commlttee-Other the logical successor to Judge Frank Drew of Live Oak; NIell C. war talk, and the hurrying of a fleet said waterworks had**_*

Capital Notes. Swayne secured the endorsement of Wade of Gainesville; Charles Finley of war ships to the Pacific coast. To Live Oak aeretttere tessi e

the Governor and many of the state of Lake City; Hon. E. C. Maxwell of my mind, the object is not to_ repelan city, and BOW la toe Is** *

(By Miss Jefferson BelL) officials. Democrats have really no Pensacola and Hon. W. H. Milton, of expected attack of the Japanese) Board, of Bond Trutati

Tallahassee July 11. right to Icok for the appointment of Marianna. but that the talk is being done by Therefor, be It n**"* <

"Pleasant It U for the little tin gods. a Democrat. To the victor belongs some alleged statesmen at Washington sixty-one of tae Ml* la* >
When Great Jove nodi.Bat (he spoils-has been a longaccepted "Some for the glories of this world to Influence congress to make a February $ta, 2fi ss

little tin gods make their little axiom and few look for the ap- and some sigh far the prophet's big naval extension appropriation. 21 to $1 laclsahe, e e et
mistakes pointment of a Democrat however paradise to come. "When I
say Japan does, not want nation of $$4&YL
In missing the hour when Great much they might wish to see one. Ah.". take the cash and let the war I do so advisedly for when I at five pr cent pet 1sft*

Jove wakes credit go nor heed the rumble of a was In Japan I talked with.-the leaning seml-annaaOy. a4 stir

Tte know-nothing club has been to I Mr. Sheppard has, for a long time, distant drum." men of all walks of life and I tuning February It* U* s

Tallahassee this week. At least all been actively engaged in the court found only expressions of friendship the same are krf ** **

the testimony given by editors sum work and is very much liked RANK PRESIDENT ARRESTED I for our ,country." said Thomas DW&S to "

moned- by the investigating committeetp ,, roughout the district and possesses $$30.500.0 of tae two
tell all about the dark doingsof the. qualities make a fine judge. He Charged" With Making False Entries I Council Proceedings. "Be It te.GIVrd fU

the' Trustees that tare inspired the ,s in harmony with the party organ- In Rooks of the Bank. :. Live Oak. Fla., July 12, 1907. balance of the pert***P**
edit risk charged with insinuationsand 'tation and has practically the unanimous shall se lase
(Miami Metropolis 12th.) City council met in pursuance to waterworks
Innuendos against the Trusteeshas endorsement of the Republicans I I call of the Mayor. Thomas Downs Uew*.
simmered down to a practical ad of Florida gether with strong Following up a rumor current this Present: J. B. "Be it resolve to* 'A
mission that they knew nothing Democratic endorsement. morning that Mr. William M. Brown H. Brawn-president of council mayor Ald-; C. Bonds hereby $ V** *
tome "had beard it said"-some were president of the suspended Fort ; sUB***"
honest enough to say that they con-: 'I Dallas National Bank had been ar- ermen' D. G. Bardin. J.,, M. Barclay Thomas Dowllag **b
S. tciSIi>
Seldom has a man who has occu- J White, 3. E. Wood and T. S. him upon his
strued the law thus and so, but 'rested the Metropolis ascertained l"'
pied such a prominent position as Anderson; City Attorney I.J. Car lug to the cttj of U 0 0
from -
none tad anything definite to say responsible parties this after ; aestre05
Judge Swayne occupied left the world I sufficient deed el
against the Trustees. When the I noon that the: rumor was true. ter.The **
so little regretted. I am one of the mayor's call was read, after bill of sale te tte> F *
testimony c f the newspaper men who Upon complaint of J. K. McDonald
t sf
few people I kn:..w who liked Judge which the council proceeded to busl- to the said cyst
tare been examined Is printed and ,Natl nal Bank Examiner U. S. Com- >**
Swayne. I found him a man of court- j i nessv CoL A. Lee Before delivery f tae
given to the public it will place the missioner Frederick H.. Rand Jr., (representing -
eous and pleasant manner, and I will > Thomas for the ***"*
Dowllng). coupons
men who bare been industriously Issued a warrant fo the arrest of Mr. presented
sot believe he was as black as he was to the council the following resolu- date shall be dW
writing this class of editorials in a Brown which warrant was turned se
,painted. The world's estimate mat- tion adopted "Be It teeotved fW
rather over to Deputy by the Board of City
awkward position. The most U. S. Marshal A. T .'
ten little to in the Bond saM b the man casket Trustees at award of
active of these editors, however did Gore who at Mr. Brown's residenceon 'meeting of that "
but It does seem pitiful to have noth- body'July 12th. A. D. to the gcarreaeo etw j
not 13th 1907. which
appear in answer to the summons street and Avenue B. executed -
ing kind said when one dies. resolution el Live OA
of the city
was ratified
but wrote letters saying they knew the warrant and placed Mr. Brown by unanimous *
vote of 'M. t tTj
nothing at all and sent affidavits of under arrest at 11 o'clock this morn council. **
physicians stating that they :The meeting of the board to fix the I I Resolution "Chalrmaa Hard of j
evaluation ing.A
cf the Florida railroads on "Board of -Attest:
sick bond in the Trustees
-some on the verge of nervous sum of $10,000 was for the
prostration. the ninth brought a large number of given by the accused and signed by .,city: of Live Oak. Florida met this .t>. O. WlWJ '
prominent railroad men and lawyers 12th day cmISIU' l0
five men whose names the Metropoliscould of July. 1807. pursuant to The pi
ttf Tallahassee on that date. Then not ascertain which calL Present M. L! Burnett chairman tract for ad 0oeal > 4
Claude L'Engle's Sun has valuation fixed was practically that of Mr. Brown's calls for and O. O. Williams the reported M sot ki' 8*
eagerly read this week at the capital iasf appearance Monday of ter i**
year's assessment and was ac- next week before member Cary A. Hardee factory terms
Commissioner being ab-
r and his daring story of the famouManatee ? Rand **
s'wed without protest by the ralliVads when a hearing cf the sent from the city. said committee w
County conspiracy has. ( $7.000 per mile Is the average had. cause will be "The following further consider**** *
been widely discussed. That he ha s'{assessment, and $12.000 the highest. adopted resolution was
In the complaint. Mr. to-wit: Whereas on the 29th for the preseatThe
thrust notoriety upon Manatee County -.*The railroads altogether are assessed inspector McDonalUe & :.day of March. 1907,' the t follow '
charges that
and divers and sundry ana: Onle
pers ns 'iE.Z5.510.5
from which the State
appointed O.
15th day of by the City Barclay D.
December. 1906 8th Council of Live
off dais, none wi'l deny. % of
received last year $153.421.50. which Oak and w rmittee
Thomas Andersoa
May. 1807. and 5th of June 1807 Dowllng owner ot ,T. S.
amount d not include the the wkh
es countylevy. the'5.c present water
I to
I <:used Is alleged to have made system of waterworks.
Tallahassee his not lacked for In; }or caused to have been made false rendered an award In writing wherein Parshley U r* arT qts

.. teresting topic this week. The deathof J entries In the books of the Fort Dal- the value of the physical Properties !'Rain streets thrust-l b''g

Judge Swaynr. the unloved has Among the well known men at the las National Bank. and present system of water works in I There beisg mo f* '

caused candidates well known in Tal- .Capital during the wek were Hon. W. laid city was fixed at $31117.00; and :motions couacll

la! assee to spring up like Bowers in A.-Blount, Senator Shep Clark of Only Jingo Talk Says Bryan. I "Wbereas, it I. desired by the I Cad a

tte springtime. Hon Fred T. Myers y glountstown; Judge J. Emmett Carthage Mo.. July 11.-Japan Board of Bond Trustee and the said .Attest:

friends lost no time in presenting h\&Volfe.. of Pensacola- ; J. B. Parrott. does not want to make war on the I Thomas Dowling to effect the trans-f, S. P, 1rtATd. Chu '

name backed by voluminous petition '-J. P. Beckwith.: J,L.'Engle. John United States." William..+, Bryan la fer of said waterworks from the said

to the President. Judge Maxwell and".!kf:; Doggett and J:hn E. Hartrldge.. of an Interview here,today U quoted as Dowllng' to the city of Live Oak by FOiEYSI
Paying the 1
amount of
award. 1Gisr'+
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