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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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I 1 t tr KSWT Of A SHM SIMM

to His Plan of wr1
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Before He;Will Call
Five Hundred Telephone Darned

Bait Out-Great ,Damage

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b, N. XX. July 26. Nothing I e

i the conference yesterday 'I Augusta Ga.,July 25.-2fterrifflc
Ij5lstaat United 1 States At- wind
,rain and lightning storm passed

Gearral Edward T. Stanford : over Augusta at 7SO o'clock tonight

cc Glenn,, concerning a thing such damag eto electric wires

f iettlI>neat of the, pending that the city has since been in darkness -

'rat. Htlfttloa between the and all electric currents off.

[ 1 tae'Sonthern railway, intrHiScUon r Trees throughout the western sectionof

of state and : r
-ths : the city have covered the streets

'CMntGovernortGlenn-em* with debris. Damage to the electric

I tse> -statement that It wooly F- company Is roughly estimated by an

for the rs roads to make official' at 915.000. Five hundred

f that old not first pro telephones have been burned out.

t tie :state rate law should O Roofs of several buildings are re-

'.wt pending the result'oftttw 2 ported torn off.Lightning

and that If U t :rail- set fire to the residence

st tied kb offer, the state of M. O'Dowd and it was impossible

is"a perfectly legaliwa7. coneliii to turn in an alarm the wires being

'a he sees down. From the, companies which

*jf MMMary,, he, announces, he responded four firemen were.Injured

gl M trt session of :the gen '''-.- ,,! ..' by falling wall$.

HBbir/tbat It might act as i / A report just received states that

f H eft aH alters_affecting*the s two, boat loads of negro picnickers

ttptka; that as he gets --0+ Mar in Phlladeiphla Record. were turned over in the canaL

sdtJ **|:power through it, I'OUT FOR:THE, JUDGESHIP.A. at a time when the work of the district BIG SURPRISE SPRUNG At midnight a report from the

} */ sine, by way of eminent attorney's office in North Caroline canal through one of the negroes in

etc. an control and regutmii H. Price, 'Late of North Carolina was becoming unusually onerous. By State In Trial of North Carolina the,party, is that the two boats were

> acting In, defiance; ode f Bat Now of Florida, Wants to recognized the need of naming an assistant Lynchav overturned but all occupants :were

law ud the proceedings oftToarts. Succeed Swayne.TimesUnion to aid in guarding,the interest saved.
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Charlotte 'Nt' CC July 24.-The The local situation was relieved at
of the
United States
( ,24th.) and to assist in
the state sprung a surprise on the defenseIn 12:10 a. m.. when two electric circuits
prosecution of pending criminal
GftMKJXA SENATORie8t.dy'of That Attorney A. H. Price has been, cases. the trial of Zeke Lewis in Union 'in the main part of the city were

endorsed,aa the succeesor of the late _Political influence ..was brought to court today when In offering rebuttal put in operation. Up to that hour

ImmIgra.INie Judge Swajne gives attorneys of Florida testimony counsel produced a let- the Chronicle and other plants using
bear in favor
o( many aspirants for
sesiio+a in Europe.Islr. good grounds for believing, that ter received by Sheriff Bogan of electric power were entirely crippled.
the
position, but Mr. McKinley
.I&--The'members of "the federal judiciary will not becar- Anson county threatening him with
selected Attorney Price for the hon-
isa; Emigration commis- p pet-bagged again. summary vengeance if he testified WILL BAR CONSUMPTIVES.
and to his
or. keeping were confided
-'eaae |o Europe to make a In its issue of Monday morning the some of the most important against any member of the mob at the
cases
Tens Governor Will Declare .
Times-Union Officially
>vMOgttloa of emigration printed ra Washington trIaL
then pending. In these he acquitted
I MS malting here preparanf dispatch to the Atlanta Constitution himself The letter was received May 2$ and Tuberculosis Contagions.
with distinguished ability.
INg **+ to Hamburg. stating that..A.1L. Price of Salisbury. was signed: The Crowd that Killed Houston Texas. July 24.-Dr. WIl-
Later his own practice demandedhis
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M mldshortl y after their North .Carolina"_ had been endorsedfor : J. V. Johnson," and threatened the liam M. Brumby. State Health Office?
entire time, and he resigned from
t iMilal: [ order, to cover thee the office made recant by the his position with the government sheriff with death if he revealed the says the Governor: shortly will issue a

sstdea !n their territory death of Judge Swayne.To names of any man he recognized at proclamation declaring tuberculosis a

d iaSt.-lass zof time. Today the .laity and.to many of the Came Here In January. the jaIL contagious disease. The proclamation

Lrttaer of South Carolina practicing attorneys here as well, During the latter part of December. The letter stated that there were will give the railroads notice that It.is

e ie Howell of New this meant that the judgeship would 1906 Mr. Price decided to cast his 342 men in the mob and though there a statutory. offense punishable by a

a r MM In fcwa Russia and Re- probably go to a North Carolina man. future in with Florida, and selected! might be some fools among them at. fine of $500'to transport a person afflicted -

tlfcriette of Alabama ark To those,why',know the, .real ,facts in Jacksonville the metropolis of the least 275 were settled men who knew { with a contagious disease into

1s &ertt Prusala. the case: however it meant that state for'his special field of praetle what they were talking about. and j the State.If .

bun and William Florida was* to be recognized,. to a His talent and ability had attracted -.'would do as they said. in interstate traffic a passenger

f af Oakland,- CaL, are ex- certain extent_at least.' : .the attention of Cot W. M. Toomer -' The defense hotly objected to the demands that the carrier bring him

m "t a few days from Attorney A. H. Price is a practicing and' Judge Reynolds of the law admission of this letter but the court to Texas the health, officer,will re-

The commission hash lawyer of Jacksonville* a memberof firm of, Toomer & Reynolds, one of admitted It for the jury to consider, quire that the railroad notify the

I *t fcaad s impressions off 'the :firm of Toomer..Reynolds & the most prominent of all in Duval i as bearing on the conduct and evidence authorities at destination and the
of Sheriff Bogan and it was patient will be required to submit toaD
lw Price. offered'
T of the emigration county. A partnershipwas
'read and put in evidence. examination and. if not satisfactory
,g h Win, SoutheasternBarope His Legal 'Experience.Mr. Mr. Price, and the North Carolina
will be subject to
Sheriff Bogan was recalled and the patient
L and it now attorney accepted. j .
Price was born in North Carolina I swore positively to his Identification deportation.
K to hek lato the situation in On January 1. 1907 the new firm,
and lived, for the greater\partof I of Lewis as the ringleader of them
Toomer Reynolds & Price was formally -
ik his life in and near Sallisbury. : b, declaring that he talked to him Baptist Convention at Lake City.
of Senator Lat- organized. Since his connection
L n His father, the late Charles Price, I twice the night of the lynching In the Lake City, July 25.-The Baptist
[ hwrtiation to go into with that firm Mr. Price has won the
was cpnceded to _be, fine of the most ';Jail' and had known him for years. convention at Lake City has completed -
admiration of his law
s with an inter- I esteem and'
; a d is eminent attorneys of North Carolina., Lewis, >e said, was not disguised, Itswork and adjourned. The proposition
with of the
farmers and ,partners, and of members
and hisCervices were 'always in de I with and! there could be no mistake in of Lake City was accepted
usI ** stk>nlng them as Jacksonville Bar Association ; : establish
the convention to
mand. Identity. The state here rested and obligating
a i* jr earn and gathering whom lie has come in contact In denominational college -
The son :was given every educational -, .. '. 11 the argument began. and maintain a
the circles.Several .
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degree -
of court and
to- here in return for the lands
will to the Jury
advantage.,,and then for a asked ieS!' The case go
were
'UTe"dth9
>i attorneys buildings heretofore mentioned and
imat number of years. was engaged in the of the Ju ge- 'morrow.
a work. terday, ..bout the status. $15,000 in cash. The committee appointed *
Lad Hiss practice of law with his father in" unhesitatingly stated that,
Latlmer. ship and Rev. Frederick Pasco_ D. D., formerly by the convention recom-
Ph4itp Burnett, son North Carolina. His < studies were' |';''hent became apparent that Judge president of the Gainesville mended a board of control or
continued there ,and his experience, could not be ap- ':
Barnett, were Evelyn C. Maxwell Seminary but now editor of the trustees plans for head of school
t under the guidance.:oil BO eminent an Mr. '
oa Unter Den pointed, they would endorse ;Florida Christian Advocate, occupiedthe conduct of school, teachers salaries
attorney were of. Invaluable benefit.He .- him as now practically and dis
eveaing .a man in- Price regarding 1 Methodist pulpit on last Sunday curriculum endowments
(* soon attracted attention to himself Floridian and, with the sup- In anything and
Young Mr. a !morning and presented a scholarlyand bursements. It took
ra inside, seized : by his ability. and ibis success in port, he could rally in North Carolina<< j forceful sermon on Is. 119. "The everything that looks to the weal or
the both the prosecution and defense of the most likely \ of this sort.
school
a help of and In Washington 1 Earth Shall be full of the Knowledgeof betterment of a
:hard-fought cases In many of which to center upon. that it be
here
the recommended
tknfl arrival one for attorneys<< 4 the Lord as the Waters Cover the and finally
he was opposed by distinguished legal the W. N. Cbandoin col
:Sea." There was a good congrega- known as
talent. His thorough knowledge. of Dr_ Cravey. a retired physicianfrom I tion although It was an excessivelywarm lege. The validity of the land titles

Tallahassee, arv the law, his equipment and his readiness Pensacola. who spends a month : morning and the people departed was reported as all right and forty

Spring yester- to deal with all questions arising every summer at Suwannee Springs.. well pl ased.-Orlando Sen.tlneL names were presented from which the

b'en to take his drew the attention of the department was here last evening on his .way 1 members of the Board of Control will

$9 .ta, weiIi .of justice to. the,young.attornex home from his annual vacation. The 1 t be selected. Nearly 175,000 was

Itfr manynot an( later. his abifltr. wan recognized.: doctor thinks there-. is uo,other Springs placeas Mark Ulmer. of Lloyd was here toj J j pledged by the delegates to the en- -

make his Appointed by McKlntey. enjoyable as Suwann I day on a visit to his brother. dowment fund.

The lamented President McKinley *and we think so too. I



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'.-, .* Big Feed in-! LIMeIa Bryaa Will Natt1- Negro Responsible -- ; -1 _:'O ;"j ,

: : :Bectec-His' Candidacy. For Reeeat ,Fhre There.Jota .
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:1 2I.-WIIJIam- .Jea. Gaihesvile
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I.hidam Is to: be made at a great moaner reared here was arrested.Tuesday on > LIVEtAKPUBLISHING
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:, ': :> > ::""to=be given atLincoln early this fall suspicion of,.having set fire to tI1"t .

= and atrwl eb all the Democratic !_Cf.t houses destroyed by fire in Frog Alley I

Y b"_ers of the_country are expected to assemble. last Monday morning Hugheswas .. ... -'-
y .- ," .; incarcerated la the callaboose I

< ">, 'Arrangements are now being made and Tuesday night officer Kite was

:iY'.x, -:<- by prominent Nebraskan Democrats notified that the prisoner had set fire

; : and:pract-icaliy: an t&e larger points to the city prison Before the officer '

of the affair.have-been settled. reached the Jan. however Hughes

E >. Among the prominent Southern through the means of a bottle of :

Democrats who will be' present and water which had been left with him

1 take leading parts are toke Smith: ,ofr subdued the flames. He was arraigned H

Georgia and Gov Campbell of Texas. before Justice Coleman yesterday .

t .; The dinner idea, which, had its in- but owing to the fact that the prisoner

:;f'::; "ceptlon at a recent banquet in Lincoln had himself put out the fire the ,

1 : :, has been discussed with all the charge of incendlaryism could not be

i_. national*leaders of the party and was sustained and he was discharged. It

h'. : met with great'favor among them. is the general opinion that he could COMPANY

I t. .. Chairman T. S. Allen of thl Democratic not escape by means of burning a :
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r. State Central Committee and hole through the wall of the Jail and :

. .". brother-in-law of Bryan says *aany became alarmed and extinguished the : .
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prominent Democrats from all over flames. He set fire to his cell while : '

'L, the countryhave expressed theme :- in Jacksonville some years ago and a :
! i' selves in favor of the affair and have fellow prisoner was so badly 'burned .. h --i'

accepted invitations to be present and that he died. Hughes was sent to the

take part in what the Nebraskan asylum after this but finally returned ,
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Democrat promise will be the biggest to Gainesville. He is not regarded -.

banquet and love feast that party as a sane person and should- not

ever held. be permitted to run at large. Book, News and CommercialPRI'NTERS

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May Be m Treasure Ship. THE CALL IS.ISSUED,
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..To Vote September 17 On the New
Hare the people of Ojus and vicinity -;
Oonsiitatioiu for Oklahoma.
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discovered -treasure ship
This is the opinion of a number of i Guthrte,'Oklahoma, July 24,-GOT.FranU .

them who this afternoon issued his election .
are today engaged in II Of
blasting in the hold of a bulk founda proclamation caning an.election .,. ,;
short distance from the shore off for September 17, to vote on the 1tt .

that place. How long the wreck has adoption or rejection_at-the constitute ... '.. .
lion and to elect a full set of state
been there to
no one now living at Ojusknows. -
It has been -,there far years; district, county and township omeets- '
though Just recently discovered. The "* H.J.+. .Noah, who secured the Injunction N9 job is too)large and none too small for

hall it 'of Iron or steel and lays onlya preventing the original callIng -

few feet below the surface of the ,of the election, which later was -; us to Candle, and everything in the
dissolved the left -
Water. It Is less than one hundred by supreme court -

feet from the shore in the surf and today for Washington to apply to the Printing. Line comes easily within our limit

laden with a substance which Is now supreme court of the United States .
for a writ of supersedeas continuing t
being investigated. County Commissioner
R. L. Wall, one of the parties the Injunction.pending an appeal.
stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers
interested in the wreck and what it ,
The Smile QTIR
contains, is In the city today exhibit-
ing specimens of the substance found that won't come off, appears on b*. one of the largest carried in Florida,
bys face after one bottle of White's
in the hold of the ship. It is of a
bronie formation streaked with a Cream Vermifuge the great worm and with a well equipped modern Printing
medicine. Why not keep that smileon

bright or yellowish substance very baby' face. If you Veep this Plant new type and artistic printers we
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much the same as is silver or gold medicine on hand, you will never see ,

quartz, 'and it is for the purpose of any thing else but smiles on his face. furnish with
can you Stationery as cheap as
having it analyzed that Mr. Wall Mrs. sBlackwell, OkUu, writes;

'- came' to the city. Mr Wall stated ")IT baby was peevish and fretful. and prompt as any establishment in the
that a number of the residents of Would not eat and I feared he would

i Ojus are taking a band in the exam- die. I used a bottle of White's South. A trial will convince. Samples and
ination of the hull and are today Cream Vermifuge and he has not .

r blasting in the substance in the hold bad a sick day since. Suwannee Estimates Furnished Application.
t Drug Co.. d-w .
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treasure bunting, as it were, and

f t the result of their labors will be wait
,Sick Ballplayer Leaps to Death. .
ed with interest..
Raleigh, N. C., July 24.-The

{L Was in Poor Health for Years tragic death of Yreston D. Jones
short Tarboro club of the
of the
f Ira W. Keller, of Mansfield Pa., stop .:
< Eastern Carolina League has disrupted f 'it :r: pI! r I" t -
t writesc :"I was in poor health for ::1" 11fH ml r II !
the club. Jones who was ill in a
two years, suffering from kidney and
I bladder trouble, and spent consider hospital at Tarboro. while delirious We Make
able money consulting physicians last night overcome his attendant Ina I a Specialty of Mail

and threw himself from a
;. without obtaining any marked benefit struggle
second window. He fell on a
bat was cured by Foley's Kidney story Order
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died almost instantly. -:-
and
Cure and I desire to add my testimony pavement I
Jones whose home was in Providence ,
that It may be the cause of restoring -
i the health of others.. R. I., was a Brown university I I
i Refuse substitutes. City Phar- man. He and six other members of t

macy.* 1% d-w the club had been playing with the ,.,: +. -
i Tarboro club. In consequence of the .
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f Improbable Peonage Story.St. tragedy the Brown'men have decidedto L. 1

Louis.July 24.-A story told by go home.
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Avenza Amedea and Gullborzi Olln-
Long Live The King: > iy.LIVE
: do, who said they had been held in ; OAK.PUBLISHING
; is the popular'' cry throughout European
E peonage for twenty-two months on .
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countries; while in America, II
Mississippi plantation when they1 :
the cry of the present day is "Long .
; had escaped has caused the federal
live Dr. King's New Discovery, Klng<
; officials to Inquire- Into- the alleged of Throat -ond Lung Remediesi'of z .

peonage. Acordiag to the Italiansthere which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine, .

1 is a peonage colony oj 12 Italia Truro Mass., says "It never falls 'I w..u...'.. ... '.. ,}
families consisting of fifty persons on to glvd Immediate relief and to .

a cotton plantation at Robinsonville quickly cure a cough or cold." Mrs. COMPANY

Miss. Regardless of age. all are com Paine's opinion is shared by a majority ,

pelled to do the hardest: sort of work of the inhabitants of this"country. ., '..
until late at night. New. Discovery cures weak lungs and i
Stlmmlatioiv Without Irritation sore throats after all other remedieshave J

That is the watchword. That .is failed; and for coughs and colds :: '. =

what Ortno Laxative Fruit Syrup it'* the only sure cure. Guaranteedby LIVE =: 'J
does. 'Cleanse, and stimulates the Barclay & Groover, Druggists.SOc OAK 'l. FLORIDAiiiiiMiiiini
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bowel without,irritation in any form and ;1.00. Trial bottle. free.

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DeWttt's Little Early TUsers. Small It Is all right to learn to dream If

.Drug,ure..Store.safe 'plll Sold by Live d"w Oak 4 expect you learn them at to the come same true.time not to itt///lllilllllIIi: : / !!;!;;; : ;:;; ; MIMIM :iiii ;





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-1'lp Top. "Contracts i'r for Live '! '" AT_- hmt.t 32*. ; :'-. ,:.=;:-
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bt to toad as the the nss bttiidiaZ-is sand of,what and oil.a ishtewa ,RENEWAL" COMMISSIONS. PAID I I I;; .' ,;: .. > > : .-} > \. '- ,.


Est,tad U making hla 'AddressCfOLVIUCOX, Manager =: "'a.Q' :8TArteg. "< -
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-e ,aflatnd his work or.ot I ,. ., >K Florida. lit. .IO.. *:I Lv'' 4. ,_ _.... ...oaks.I '.- c ." -'A- .t11 I...:..
ands oil Zo f .. -
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has had
McClymonds long COAST LINE .
SURGEONSMeet a. t7i.alire
yeaier. Hs was among tM.- ..T"a." :; ... 'Si. .
In talks with the speda, cltlse&fi i,conv let
t4eDm
44.otate !e3 use. lf not lit Dmaj...,.. : Ls .. ,-- .
lid W extensive axnarIly mlttee, of whIch Dr. W. M. Stinson b at Norfolk Va. and Elect Yet .. .,a.a

r- rd, led his chairman ...appointed to assist theboard Officers. a T'F .
made, won I. a Ly Wd : t .. '
of county commissioner In the, Norfolk. Va.. July 24.-The Atlantic --r- .a
actual test a 50 a m A ._.
and an
tests being made.... of the sand'and oil Coast Line surgeons adjourned s us -L ,

sM to >tf made. combination..a ., -', today,., after electing the following of

*M ids. under Mr' McCyI4SiaL Questions y..a as to roads here,: Florida fleers: P.'J. Thomas Wilmington N. 19 00 a sr. a YO D .
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and with him sands the use of oil thereon, the C president: J. H. McIntosh, Columbia es a m 5 u D
pmto
- of the workLos kinds',of."oil best adapted, etc;, were S, C. vice president; J. H Pitt 10 It w i>f0 DmLv '-

Cat the City that he was gone over questions fnly answered, man. Jacksonville, Fla.. second vice to!5 e m s ao p Ar seta asSa

s klii *U borne The experi- and his help and assistance will proveof president; C. R, Oglesby. Wa.erou. 10 40 a w L.-- as m

nCCeto la every sense the Ga. third vice to 50 w A. "..
a undoubted benefit in solving ,
president and M.
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o ; qd other roads Were roadproblem, note only for Dual Moran, Pinners Point. Va., secretary. U 10 ._ 2.5
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a tare same i county buffer.,.*U ,Florida as well.. There was a fight between Jacksonville a m S 4Z D m L.- -- --
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and they D mUms
|0s Mteadsd them, :::: and Wilmington for the next 54p -
rwognlied as 1suss .Ma t>pDs
a* KMtleilly IMMIGRATION 'TEST CASE. meeting place of the surgeons and ..LaUr.0s '
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reads la the conatry.of the matter was placed in the hands of .21..
m e to DwL' --- Jake I,:
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d bee Louisiana Will See If Federal !*wOrleans. the executive committee for a de- sr. 'sooDm121s
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sec io*pt \. piaa test o{' the federa\ t i- i Abraham Lincoln > : t ,w D mU
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u 194tl ,, bRil wigraltIQA, awe.sq.,Car as they.1lw@+(Te was a man ;who. against all odds, O !si
taldtge .....-.Purrs._... _..__ q.HI
oee ales. the right of a state to promote- I attained the highest honor a man i eo m e W D ss, t- $ie a )

oHU rala the fame' of"the migration and'to furnish the means i could:get In Jthe United States Bal- ,

rosily aspbaltnm roads by which immigrants are enabled to i I lard's i Horehound Syrup has attained id) TlcznrtocTWbotMSUtto O FU* Station (rt fUgfatar. (.) Rsnlat.... fa
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a place never equaled by acotqr 8tatioa. T p. ,
any Ardor 8.pw iat..d.m
j M ether parts of the country; make the passage to this country, :IL w.S HAUIS Psu.eagr Agent
I other like remedy. It is a sure cure
jltovMeOrsaonds. as the re- Reginald Dykers, immigration agent
for Coughs Colds. Bronchitis. Influenza -
I Mtaority on these questions. of the Louisiana state board of agri- and all Pulmonary diseases.

build- culture left ,for Cuba today to advaace Every ,mother. should, keep supplied Live Oak

l money to ;inhabitants: Tot that with this wonderful cough medlciig.Snwannee GarageEquipped

1,* tnt road, and prepare for island: 'h3 are ,willing to come to Drug Co. d-'*

Ie4; cl others on similar Louisiana to make their comes. An

amicable understanding has been The best proof of the stoicism of

>* kufUkei| 'JB9' the cuesiMrMfti -. made with."the federal authorities at men is that they never weep over a
for repairing and
storing
t j tad there Mr. McCly- this port and It is believed the case fellow going to the marriage altar.

ittt at completed the build- will be carried into the courts immediately .. Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and
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|tf 1 9H of oil and sand roads and a test made.
LATEST ORIGINAL Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. .
NEW
h lei Mffclf.praUed and afi The case is attracting the attention, ,

i tecU bare been made, reT of leading railroad and.state officials .Also sell the well known Columbia bat -

i presto made concern- who declare that on this proposed Picture PostcardsAny '

r aloe. test ,,11binge ,one of %he principal tery. Switches, Spark Coils and !Plugs :

p4efida Leads AIL problems of the south.MISSISSIPPI'S. V,?wt Anywhere kept in stock. Exclusive agent for.

seeeidling to this eminent TVRN. Made to Order For .
Savill Vulcanizing Works Jacksonville
(tart.. tfcOttU be the banner ,

ttt ike ttiten co ;far as roads Oi1FCbmpaayto Half A Cent Each Sample of this work can be seen here.
; To Bring the Standard >>
Copied" photacnplk print forwarded
sad. .!{<,the oil, and -aq or
Its Knee to 118 with the order. Nam of party ordering
MaMse&* Is properly used win be impnmted on each card a* paMAer.whtddreu. '.
leads''will be built here Tupelo. Miss.. July' 2 3.-'Prosecuting ., Poatcaida raprodoMd and delivered [FOR LIVERY

riled Mitchell of the first within 10 day from receipt of order copy sad
J- |4I H Hey anywhere. Attorney ,
deatilptinn of acene--f or which a maximum of H
I: std,heretofore the bug- Judicial district today filed a suit words ia allowed. fhotoehnU and PhototrjxEmatrated The ,Favorite Reo Touring Car usecl-in

lUe4eo of the road builders, against, the Standard Oil; Companyfor Specimen Sheen mailed without
charge m return for name and address of pan; for four.
Livery seating capacity
c bttt1IWd t of all for the applicant 1480.000, charging the corporation toqueatjagapectoena..write*on any kind of s '.

*eg.with the specially con- with violating the Mississippi Picture Postcard or yeas bocioeaa ataUooerr. NX

i Atoes for making roads anti-trust laws. If the suit is decided and percent 8eU,ns to 250"AKERICAN"per cent:PROFIT ITrade Taking liarU LOCA1 Orden T. AL CHASTAIN- -

as4esisl. The chemical con against the Standard the penalty maybe VIEW PICTURE POSTCAKDS. On ExchjatriWboleaale
Putributor Manofactorera A en<
let ftai44a saad are such, heM enforced and the company forcedto FhotOKraphcr.Dealer Jobber.Local Newapapei

i tft make the combination leave the state or change its name. Publisher o. Printer [WANTED la eves eke, Proprietor
Gas Engineer
bfeeWafeal constituent! of the The suit charges the company"violated = town and Tillage LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE QON,
TRACT. Write for term TEN Bandana ArkaaaM -
t lejbi tar Producing the best the law in owning stock of the Pnotoeimile and Phototype Picture Post

Waters-Pierce Oil. Co., and,' of the easels will be sent to any addreaa on receipt at Phone 109.
FIVE[%c.1 STAMPS.
mejMsiUua hardens to an al- Missouri and Union tank lines. It Company
American: PbotocoJortype
_NIL! 11fsess, giving an Ideal asks a penalty of five thousand dollars Notlnc.B.productiooafor Lay Purpose by Any

al+ieI. tfct'does not tire the for ,each, day the company has Praceaa

>st lift driHBc over ;It In the done business in Mississippi since the ..337 Dearborn St Chicago. 'Phone

peltfc.$sa, sad what Uvan item state law became effective..in, 1906. Harrison 469L

1 slot importance, a road Makers of Picture Poatcarda.ColorphotoStereoggrapha SEABOARDAirline

i II4 east of repairs is'redue- AU The World Calendera Pictures for Newspaper Art

ln, knows that Ballard's Snow Linimenthas Supplements,Magazine Covers Inserts for Edt
dons de Luxe.Pictures for Framing.ArtStndiea
of Fiori a. no superior' for Rheumatism or reprodactaoaa for any porpoae.to any ojuaatitj Railway.
Stiff Joints Cuts, Sprains,,Lumbagoand from 1000 up. Write for ratea. 12.71rotmIlONEYA.'QTAR
went of Tlorida
saad. all pains. Buy it, try it and you

4al purpose. is an the wlU always use It.. Any bodr.'Who Columbia Camden Southern Pines

'i m Lt as the facts con- has used Bal1ard" Snow Liniment la' I ttt.lira" .4t...,.. N.chases Savannah. ,

h****"mt been hastily gleanf a living proof of what it does.All" Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
f *. M Philadelphia and New York.
pyajondg during the we ask of yon>> is to get a trial bottle. .

*H te the state, nor on re- Price 25c. 50c and 11.00. Sqwaa- DRIND

W _taFestence sot Ike y obsenratlos sand, but, nee Drug 'j Co. r,... d-w TWO ELEOflNT TRfllNS DAILY\



*- *teM&fftratiTely few years '!"Hello" Rummel Toolrtt. Home.I hear. your watch Laxative Fruit Syrup Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail '

fonds was a has been stolea. >',

-*tea. leaving this state ayes,. but the tilef bas already pleasant to lake

*" I. &e latter been arrested. Ctaly fancy, the stupid ,
state hl
laxative. Does Modern : Pullman : EquipmentThe
ThereIt The new .
r ad building were fellow took it to the pawnshop!

elaborate scale, the was at once recognized as mine. not gripe or nauseate.

tad the demonstraItam and the thief was locked up."- Cures stomach and liver : Jamestown Exposition Line

Blaetter.
roads made, Filegende
l i 4 troubles and chronic con-
-- combination, caru NORFOLK, V# .
** t development, One of the days we remember with stipation by restoring the

= ot only as to the pleasure as well as with profit to Excursion Tickets on Sale DailyFor
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of the stoma
[""s._ spared with our healtht is the one on which we natural action:

became acquainted with Dr. King's nc\ bovJels. call on any agent
road substances 1, fiver ? fun information and Sleeper reservations ;
New Life, Pills, t painless. 1Jr1fier'that'
T* 'to 1' write,
{ durability R .v.J"f\t'O4PrICC of Seaboard or
4 biliousness, 14
fairs welL cure-headache anA .. GenL Pass.Agent. JacksooTiDe. Fla.
> Asst.
JR..
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and'keep the' bjbwels right... %5c' at I S. C BOYLSTON.
OORdUee.
DrngS Store. FOmYSf.JDNEYCUIL.ak.
Barclay & Groover's
Jacksonville, Mr. d-w .. XidP-S s'." Bladder Biglat I



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'totlmt iQPS aieL$ yea smelts, .
..et.l_ ws eatscLa pMorsa t10t
dQ Sjoae peopte.raiskt. think that RATES REASONABLE f Sawt

Mrs Beard didn't have enough platft -

forsg tat CaL Brown had ;too mmjii*. DOWLI KO rmIPAETI

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FRANK: 1)AMS'DFCLL' .
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'. <.,pfal,to __aU to know that
a t : "
T uncommon clay, dreamers perhaps.ldsh United States Senator This
live Oak to owIns PartC..safe .
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s'lresdentBrows.-' '-Se Time. ,4. d
their
in. way as we are. .and
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of .... at rate of 50 cento rottnd twit feMioapwn '
yet who,see visions and are Inspired To the People of Florida: *
.. _State the ;;'Kalr fer"holIM Association.the. baa4chaae next; state time
Hllllitt
, 1t; general good and moved by nobler from this county t "Agent Phone 152 far
,fair Tampa and has fixed the date served as Senator : .. 1111.1 t t
F''I!'' k at February J to 39, Inclusive. At :motives than the mere. accumulationof long enough and reasoning that the .\\\ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \ further fefonMtiea.

# wealth. The Journal says county would not suffer by "office
: that period the tourtat season la at its
I "A theorist and an Idealist by nature rotation" I tendered to Governor:
0' best in Florida* and the change ha,
.. there were few corners of the Broward my resignation. to take effect 4j
wisely bees made to secure this at-
f" tendance. i realm of thought or fancy which his at the general election in. 1903.

.t:. I mind had not explored and there were at which time my successor could; be _

: I few people with whom he came in __ _
seemsto
;F ; Governor.Broward has accepted aa chosen. This action on my part
i contact who had not been Impressedby evidence thatI t
I hare been accepted as
!k, invitation" -be present at the convention .
i the rosy brightness of his dreams would be a candidate for the United
r', of the Lakes-to-the-Gulf beep I
and by the splendid faith which he States Senate. This was not so in
o. Waterway Association to be held in i
'\ I himself had In them. And be it said tended.
t., Memphis October 4 and 5. He"and
:that his theories and his dreams were He whose bosom would not swell I
: other. state executives will ,go to-St.
-, Louis and there meet President. i usually good ones, the fruition of with pardonable pride at the reception -

which, was calculated to make the ; of'assurances of esteem and sup- "COMPOST"
Roosevelt and
escort him to Memphis. Two '(:W
;. Eleven have thus far :world, brighter and thepeople in it port that hare reached me from, press ,
governors accepted -
better and His not the In las than ONE iM :
happier.
---_ the"invitation was and people while associating my space
1"'" dreamcf the misanthrope but the name with the United,States Senator-

: Rather than a carpet-bagger to vision of the optimist. The night ship would have to be void' of appreciation Handsome> and. Inciting in Appearance tl't
never grew so dark but that be sawa and low in the scale ot''man-
,. succeed Swayne let us all send up a the. Comfortable Features of the Ordinary P_
star of hope and. Just ahead the
hood. These letters personal assurances -
united voice to Washington in..behalt Hammocks: and
silver lining of the clouds'was'bur1Jt. and' newspaper kindnesses Swings.
of District Attorney Sheppard who is
log on his view. His dreams were ofthe.kind.that far towards .making Ufe 'worth
at least one of us, a good lawyer an go
]honorable man and a'&e t1emaL If harm*no. one. but that living, and will be remembered and; Price $$4.50 at Oar Store im Im '

a'FTorWa Democrat:- reallyhas no heIR.u ai r. His Ideals ;were ot-the cherished. as' long as "reaSon sits en $4.00F
: O. B Ckiet.
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brightest
and the best. Extreme In "
4 chance fr.the place, as Is claimed throned. :

give.us,a' Florida Republican*to his own. !oD!!.onisgBlis ...pti!er That man, who. spy!-that he does
with cherished any personal feeling against not' want to go to the'United States d
sympathy Florida and her
people
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e rather than a stranger from be- those who differed with him. He had Senate leaves room for doubt, as to PERFECTION WICK: OIL I.

yond our borders. no regard for custom. precedent or his sincerity and yet there are reasons ,
\ conventionality, unless In his judgment why a man's ambition should be '
I Specially Low Prices,--Ie"' n-
fi- The prohibitionists ,won out all it was right and he was un- vofimtartly'Surrendered or,: forcibly ,

':' right in Santa Rosa.;and.as is.alwaysthe sparing In his treatment of men or restrained. I have two good ,rand

ease In such contests the good measures when he believed 'them to sufficient: reasons why..;*cannot consent 1 :Burner, $4.7 p,.2 BlU} er. $7.00 3 Bwaer,
be, wrong He had no quarter for I t& attempt ambitious gratItca-
who the
women are sufferers
chief In such and he I No. 1 Oven $1.95 No. 2 Oven $&i
f from the liquor traffic created the others cases asked tion. The first ,1s my. family: The ,

moral pressure that gained the day' none .for himself. He was a fluent I most of my*children are new: at that Legs per set, 50e Pfe
and gifted writer and it was with the -
The blind tiger will now promptly age the Important formative periodof

come to the front there but with pen that' he-was at his best He II character, where a, fathers: guid ,: !
&
vigilant and.e .uc: eD.Uou officers'and wrote ,a great deal,.and he always ing h nd' 'and restraining Influence E.,r .J. BLTJME
"'1" } 1"
a determined public, sentiment behind wrote well. The columns of Tha i !3 most needed and should be most

them the ravages of that be.ast.can. Journal were the favorite channel for freely given and most carefully exer

be kept within very narrow limit: his articles dealing with public ques- etsed. The second reason is: My business

U ns and it was chiefly through this associates and they number: a Live Oak MTaMaHHfactnrers

The last 'Texas medium that he became known to had .
: legislature .in its good many a right to feel when .
= ,efforts/ solve all the problems of the public and that his ideas of muni- they Hnked their future with mine ,J '
of
government'and cure all the evils of cipal reform took such a strong hold that they would have the benefit of ,

the social state In that commonwealth on the minds of the people. There such business assistance as my presence \ +

seems..to have made.a frightful ,were few men more fond'of his home would afford. These men enter Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric M

mess off. ana brought on'a condition and his family than washe and it a serious objection feeling that .if I

of affairs there well nigh was there that the true nature of the were successful I would be away from Power and Turpentine.Electric .

tolerable., Constructing the tu--I man was seen. at its best. He wasp my business the most pf each year. Lights in any; part of the city farnieW
and complex mechanism of ">or in money but he was rich In the However, if in the years to come

ment requires the highest order affection othis family and his friends lease of life is given and my domesticand Residence or. Business Houses at a very reason

expert ability but in thewsI_ most and >his 'wealth: In this respect was business affairs so. B4ap'ed'that 1
Electric and current-for
any fellow seems good enough to really more to be sought after than can afford: It, and a sufficient, number: power-rDay; night

sendtathe legislature,? .. "- the o. et..kJn with which: nanyapr of voters will commission me I shall ing pi purposes. '

,. ,.t 1 patently more, fortunate are,. burdened gladly attempt to represent in part, Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders nacial "

Recently the Democrat and some i M Mother and many also, alas, are cursed: ." our beloved. State In the upper filled.
attention, and all orders promptly
papers in the'State,stated'that branch of the National Congress.I .

they;were at a loss'to understand the* -In an address to the voters ofFlorida am not sufficiently egotistical as We will give you good prices on low grafe cci c

motive of General: Gllchrist.,candidate \ published,In this issue, Hon.. to feel that my being in the race flooring. Come and get our prices.
for Governor; in publishing"'a series Frank Adams'announces that-he will or out of it, will to any degree affect ,

of articles. in the Punta Gorda Herald!not be a candidate for the United Florida's political situation. This Is a
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relating to the state and overflowed t States Senate to succeed Senator Mai- ...
swamp : written solely as a sense, oil ..duty to'
I
lands and court decisions concerning lory basing his action on family and political adds to tree. hem lot such We .
Sell Only
them. The Herald sheds 1 business grounds. The friends of Mr. action as their good -"Judgment :mav Merchants

light on the question as follows? t j Adams will .Of course, promptly>> direct. .

-#' "His moive is simply to educate acquiesce In his decision but they WUh a heart]filled' with gratitudeto CARRY STOCK OF

the people, to fully and_correctly Inform will not the less regret that a personality the people and press of Florida, t' ,.:- Comet Gnats 1
and Obelisk Flour Meal ,
'
them on the subject so that ,if so strong and popular will am with greatlresPect. ,

the matter{should be brought up in not be found In the race for the great Tours truly, .j Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat eannldkinds. GoogBox

coming campaign, they will know est prize In the gift of the people of FRANK. .ADAMS.' Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar. .

how to vote on it as an issue. U Florida. But Mr. Adams' letter clearly ; : .. : Candy, Crackers Potash Soaps Washing FLavadura

\ tfeye la nothing; in it.a$ a:campaign intimates. that, at some ,other tine The impression seems to.. prevail Lc 4

% issue, It.Is time that the people knew he may be a candidate and that probably that the condition of Mr. Hurst'd : Ez 4racts, Writting Tablets, _'

'!!f. It. And there are certain highly In' means that Senator Taliaferro family was not discovered until this ells, Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll r .

terestingframifications of the subject i-w;lll be kept very .busy in looking week, but such is not the .case. Honest:.,Money Tobaco. Taffy Tola and ;

which' have, not, been brought to the \rsiaait after his political fences. With Mrs Charitable, peopl of all religious Wrigleys Chewing Gums :

,.__ P t ..the people but will bef Adams out of the race the contest la denominations and some not members ,

--" )".," f, !,!necessary. when Gen. !<;mach simplified with only Messrs. of the church have been caring Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big SmokerS.-
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E goes oa the stump; We :Beard and Brown to. oppose Senator l for the family for five months past EL BogaHor f Uncle Bill. J
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Y oUre to say that GOT,Broward. lylyBadntands"what Mallory, unless Mr. Sparkman should'I'I but this was not generally known. Ytm'gMercbanta are Cordially invited to make oar off ...

:_ 'Gen.. Gilchrist Isandlappreefates'
d4ipg: the' possible .1.1ettt'may '" formidable ,the.recent movement is
et 4a > competitor j no more than t
have on the. platform}and/,j against,Senator Mallory. for, he has a.1 right that the burdens may be distri- OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .

<1 -J- $ candidate. who maya'tais ]high., and well established reputation buted. Live Oak people are generous

to'.ass me, aU the policies i as a statesman, and a large and degvoted t i and kind and worthy people will live-Oak Brokerage XCommissW

'thepaao at;,adas, tragon." following in the congressional; never suffer while in their midst,
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; Bartow U here toJfGWILof of Snwannee "
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Station was here yesterday shopping. fOR aif : :) _" .' '..f. '-1' .'. . .,; .. !
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Dowllng Park* W. D. Mercer, of Ellaville. was : : -. .. .j'
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here today on business f{

fr "-' I 4vt'C 4lQt e; @.e i a.Lt:' "
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is in T .8. Balsden and wife"returned .Y '' .
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of Maeclenny. } :< : : .
-T. $I'1 from Jennings yesterday -. .-....", 1 ..: ":'t i-.,' :. ,1j.... '"" '':: ',,
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L So $ tt a and baby went to Sanford Bonds. of Gayland. IT _.. #:.: : ;

to fnend here today.
visit
_- 7 oa a MOSquitoe Bars and all Sunmer ;

fj.. jJft > t1rat. of Tampa. la. the Frank Baker and wife of Clayland q.,,<, ,
kmII7 of her uncle. were here today shopping. Fire Life; and'AccidentINSURANCDih Goods ,.
it *4 .. i \ ><
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Miss Vernle Bryan Is spend'ng a Old
Reliable

ts. Harris, of Lake City season at Snwannee Springs :; ; '. 1 -j'4. : ,.. Companies, ,: i i.:. GOING AT GQST. ;;. I

E tkb morulas and went to < :
Eon. W. R Dorman wu'up iron : :!:.} ..L.'I .. .; t <

Hou3ton today. :.! :. T,' _' ; : :J'-: .i. .''. : Prices are very interesting. :

|la jH*. BOW of Jacksonville. Prompt attention ;;iv;n to C Come let us show you .
rir WT Oak is In the J. 3. Barton and Lee Byrd are In I ,' ALL ,'B U:;t-ss: ,- h 0 i :.'/ 1.. ;

Jacksonville on- business. :
[ a few days.if 'f l'j;: 'a B.

'ft.Martin of Madison, ;whoa Mrs. Scarborough ,"of El1. Tllle.' .Is EDWARDS REALTY[ CO. BARTON & CO.

Tampa, was here ;last here today, shopping.S. : I .::: := : H. .L, MANAGER !"

*., WJ home.
M J. Ellison tax collector of Madison lewin Building, Room 3. f': w

here county Is In the city today: \ .
|t tertx. who has been .. t,. Pbole .No.' U.R.salle r :Ss

dsttlsg his evening.mother, returned Curtis Ornbb.. Jr., went to Lee this t. . . . . . . . .. . -', i
i Better last
m'''D1ng on business

----.--. __-Miss ewln,, a charming; Miss Iola McKay, of Danville Va., Miss Kathleen Thomas who ::has
.. 0. JL MeGrudef and E.: L. young lady of Live Oak was the was-here yesterday en route to
Mayo been
Jack visiting
a here Taylor went.. to Madison.. ... today friends In Live Oak and
'. were yesterday ah* a '
P" -- wv
rf
ft guest ofMlss Kathleen Thomas sever- MissMcRay''several years ago livedink was a guest cf, Miss DowlIng at a

!. Nerta,Caolina, 1 a 1 days thi3,_jweek. -Madison, ens Live Oak, and_ taught art andelonction house party given by that young:

All the Live Oak delegation to the Enterprise.Mrs. In our High SchooL She lady at Powliog Park.returned home

i, Itttea. of BrooksTlUe. was Baptist convention 'have returnei Is now teaching In the Randolph- last Saturday.: We are sorry-to,notethat

sitsri*?. OB a visit t _the home. !; J. R. Powell and daughter, of Macon Institute at Danville this popular young lady is:ti \

t* Ms teether. L. B, Sutton, '-.--.- ------ _Br.oksTllle, who have been .tlsltlng bet home with fever and trusCtaat

W. E. Harrell. of Graves and J, 3Hayena the former's sister here, -ret tined Misses Minnie-and. Guilda Jones her recovery may be raPI4.I .-MadlsbaNeV

t, p, Wadsworth and child- ,.of,Pine Grove were here to- home today: two of Madison's handsome young I .Eaterprise. <-riv.

......,were here this morn- day trading. ladies, were here this morning, en t jf
Misses Whltter. and Hattie -Lou route to Dowling Park to spend a few -
to Bowling Park
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'I J. M. Welch and family went to Dickinson. of Madison arrived hew 'days, ; Cottager with kitchen and dials jC
om for rest Snwanaee Spria'is.tottae. .
O'Brien visit to his home from White Springs last night on a
today
on a
t L ....... Married= from LaketnU. t fun s ed except 1ij((a:.
place. Tlslt to the family of their uncle. H. Mrs H. F. Forbes, of Anthony, is
HI. daughtersBrit kitchen and dining room turn! ed
A. Blackburn. the list and has to Live I
sick
on
gone $7.'.
tables el atra and
Sire ..ttl Sunday on aUUUfeimrta. flU stove per
d' _r Mrv EV&;.,Harvard and daughter. I Oak,to visit her,brother,,aad Iater nn week,,or $%,0- pernwntbr .. y a,ei:.age
t : :: IjnthZansun.J Sherwood $i ertfhRlceiso xete'rday- captured proposes frfeadaftf trga.. 'ia '- ; ; :
.; ";;." ?t returned Dan H'ers. colored ; JWe ,>orv % to ,fell ot3sge K' Jt.-t 7tF I .
from a visit to Cedar Key last night.. L. who trust the change will do her good. Rees. Live Oak. or Suwanae
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f.Diasa. ---" 't2e"hiadlsaa .
j> -- -- scaped"1t csnht- "Sprttigs.- -- --t.- -'-'ff'
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+ week afc y )I.If Lazarus and.,,baby a epor Sunday. filers was hid In the swamp? .
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near Bur.llngtonapd the '
t4 ucLtettrrimoand sheiiflj:: : ;
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a tilt gu to' abama s nda located him therg a' d caughtj&lmj '

_., ....... "- He ISHartcxenHr feharyserviceOKtbecbuich hue i r OUR SAVINGS APARTMENT !
Ms.ffol. s ''i ,
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it Ia *u Tey ont Mns,t.w ,t!o.Ocalsl Today/where t, e7, %vey,,,,_ him Ji'kdQ. Maori ijls:'ll.' is not restricted in the scope ot it* patronage. It is :
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Sappifere J. H_,, Gra*: .:jjrtaclpajpl! the The. Baptist church. has the largest, E :
'sad t jte.5.ni.uiLrt.: g1=- !c>tooj(' '|, the aucIenee Qsn in f h ltif.andit isa4 f .L- The young;folks with their small savings.
Iieltoa west joO .... i l.'Om ,, fmI. ; '2.--The bread inner, striving to accumulate fund t
qt hJa.tJtOthr': .fi( and t aural] trJ any: exeepf tie 'Wdln-I, + .
! J k hake iiti imJ ;Tuesda il \ I1 .. to procure a home or a competency for old age. .
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pastor proposes toSestabllsh a,I : 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment :
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ghrle !ltiU Pet fural urn: ..story. .iA, he. 4rst lsgjj. lyeemn-course, .. ay. to Operate Y a f THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak, Florida :
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, McCuUers Bros: new'block They re } ..BIJ. .
cehed'oiae'carload this morning: 1r : DrBrorugliton's: co"fer:I.. I" . . . . . .--ff MMf. + M -

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aad the : -lsirs. M.'C. Carlton,-of Isiah trove, :nadertakes.ite'prooses; to establish "
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a, w[ WKl send the came where over s&e-Tias from .Lake.been*City attending yesterday theBaptist a',charity- hospital in which the;... 'fl vuun ( 111110 %JU. : iiJOCItI

suffering and dying may receive at- '
convention:, She Is the guest I .UMfrespoiuls
:1 IM 'ef the We*. of ,A. W... Pope's familyShe- 'will, tenti n. &nch has been said aldbg SCHQOU* > i J with Yo:"

!;!a eryweaL leave'ter&for:>er home In the'morning -. this Use, by. the., friends of sufejnShumanity SUP rtE

Iu ; taking TManna: twp! of r.giand- hndr: ; ,.bat nothing, done. JThe t \ HOWARD

I .ana y itt! 'Pope. for a 'season. churched 'have'nb. organized wad by "'WATCH''

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u J 'M. V.: Q. McCoy: agent of the'Seaboard _' besides what'evel"7body's.buslnes8 s 'Iti ii s pleasure( to know that
soon' and u u
IisBtkttul becomes nobody'sbusiness
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I > :' had ward fir handling sble and hoi been 10
'iiit tion. we- a- harity
W ile absent 'Mr.'Stanford, of I .
$, dare odeods 'Unak,'is acting agent.-Madison such things we could easily operate it, .tctihlheHoward .
ofU and if the county, through Its commissioners 1-: ; =--
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; ..a;, visit.k Bob Westmoreland; .once a p puIfr -: matter, others will have It to do. Anyway SCHOOL, CHILDREN.can ( \ runs

citizen, of Madison and nowI ot will be the I : I 3 7 toISO
.. the new auditorium do their best work when they ,- SlS
IIJ1;epak, apen ast :Thursday; night largest and most commodious, and have all the necessary materials to '. ... ."- "j
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1f!tbul .hiszriend Albert FralelghSln one of the most beautiful of all the work with._ We can furnish. Blank aI

s this... te""was" en, joatelantu to :A- church .rooms'In Florida. This will, books Rulers: Pads Pencils, Pen 5 e..d tor cop]a O f- :

be no mean show for a congregationwhich iianales and everything needful to an lI11$ ARD'S book
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tOt tonight',on a visit to her-brothen: :revision of the church roll revealed are very low yet we can offer you an ;

to 8. A. and\ Joe- Hinely. and'after' e- I the fact that during the present pastorate exceptional varied stock to choose RADFORD ::

tnalaing! .a;few dais; will .g4. gHam r- f I of two years.and nine months from. '. "

ton;,Springs.,MI .Jlt elI .;;beeaaiteadfng I there bad been received Into the Managtr' The Jeweler

e school.at .Galaesville 4 G'a.6.', 4 church 376_members and a total increase C. L COOK and Owner LIVE OJ1K. rUeSUBSCRIBE

s and" since' the close' of school, s.hJs ;< of 24J. making a membership

been visiting In south' Carolina zaadeA'll at present of 316._-Live Oak Correspondent. : FOR TITS DEMOCRAT ONLY TE a CEETS A'WEEK-

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G B. Barhans._ of Carlisle Center,
A LITTLE FUN NOW ..L"iL THEX. % "
?!% Y., writes; "About four. : years lhfi'
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Those Aato*. been entirely cured of a severe kidney -
Hogan-I had to dispose ar tb* trouble by taking leer than two RR2 :

anttymobile I gate me son Terry. bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure. It y
Dorgan-Share. It wor only wan meat and pain and symptoms of

ar thlm bar-rmllas toy want? kidney disease disappeared. I am \ _?

Hogan-I thought BO; but aftherit entirely stopped the brick dust sedi- .
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killed two cats .an* wan dog an' glad to say that I have never had a

'broke a leg. an .&r-rm an* a nose ,I return of any of those symptoms dur-
:concluded it wor'. 'baby grand tour- ing the four years have elapsed !

.In ca .-Puck., and I am, evidently; cured to stay;
cured and heartily recommend Fol- .

A .Wonderful,Happening. eys Kidney Cure to any one suffering 9
Port Byron N. Y., has witnessed from kidney or bladder trouble.

.one;of'(be: most remarkable cases, of City*Pharmacy. ; i d-w By universal testimony Red Rock _

:KI healing 1g. of that ever pace.says recorded.: "Bucklen'sArnica Amos F. As Usual" Fruit Punch has been awarded J

Salve cured Ascum-How did you like the new the palm'f *
a sop on my unqualified superiority. It assures distinctives***
leg with wtlQh'J7fcad aCfred orer play? functions ** Al
ocsfstoaUsocial and should be prepared: in acO
8 years.:: I;in now .el t-ftTe." Know-Wen. I ,thought Gladys the following: -
JauSj-pBtKfJ JqfciJri 41 Bor" by Barclay Swellman had,too,much to say- 1
_& GrooTef. Druggista.. ?5c. A.aeum-Wh I didn't even know FORMULA

: *; Ci.' / '. r"f.1.} .i d-W she had gone on the stage. Was she 8 ORANGES (Quantity Sufficient Q LEMONS for Twenty-Hvo Guests) 1 -1 !.'" nM
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Knox-She was one of a silly box 1 POUND SUGAR CHERRY
'TonknQw said ;Mrs 'Subbubs, tl PINT MARASCHINO
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k party the night I was there.Phllade1phfa Crush.
"tha;*rI. _ICewcombe moved in Press. oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover With
.across the way: 'last Monday, eo'J called allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to "' / pint of cherries and plenty of before
today. cracked ice. Just s
The best remedy for backache,
Well **. the four quarts of Red
Rock.
well remarked her hn s' weak kidneys, inflammation of the

band. "tow like poker this' !loci. a1 bladder Is De Witt's Kidney and,Blad-

game' IL""How der Pills. Their action Is promptand -J
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you want to see. what the other per- d-w is not necessarily one of perfect form

son's goC*-Philadelphia ,Press, and features. Many a plain "woman
Shocking! who never
could serve as an artist's BOTTLED
Vile Kennedy's_ Laxative Cough Husband (to young and charming model possesses those rare qualities _

amp Contains, no Opiates. It spouse who Is trying to persuadehim .that all the world admires: neatness

drives the cold out of the system by \t buy her an expensive outfit clear eyes clean sm oth skin, and

gently moving the bowels. Contains for the seashore)-,No- you' will haW the snrlghtilnjtss orrite):and r action 0Irl
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Honey and Tar and tastes nearly to be satisfied with'this $20 bathingsnit that accompany good health. A physically

as gootj as maple.syrup. Children or go without any at all weak woman :s never attract
Live Oak Drag Wife Oh ive, not even to herself. Proves BI, Help For Tired H.ln u
Hi*:it. Sold b7 George you can't really Electric +
Store.. d-w mean it! !Bitters restore weak :women give
strong nerves, bright eyes smooth There is bound to come a time throat sI

:' t. M8uecea Failure*. When there is the slightest Indi- velvety skin, beautiful complexion. endless day when overworked enCrP'bot d
.. ; Guaranteed at Barclay & to Continue the heavy strain. J
"His fadder is dOl'ui fine." cation of Indigestion. heart burn Grcover
Druggists. 50 la solves this
F I heard he. falling flatulence or any form. of, stomach cents fl.w. Important _
"Why.- ; waa 'clears the throat of fi ust. I :" tiIauat&fna .-
1< trouble ,take a little Kodol occasionally -
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; fast? the streaYth, Bottled CocaCeiasat
and yon will get prompt relief. A. cleansing, clean cooling, sooth- right IS KIGHT. SUrOue4 bottk*. Vtd. '" ,
Sold by Live Oak Drug Store d-w Ing healing household remedy 'it mean the proportions are always eorrfCt. -
That morality that is in working DeWItt's Carbolized Witch Hazel .
order only when the sheriff is hang- "Veil didn't I make all my moneyP1Ii0ii Salve. Sold-by Live Oak ei

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::: t THE AWFUI_MURDER RfeOOT.O. j-vaslve:lack'ofa: civic na3 ioc.4science coii-1 ; f+ .. ",

;iwfl ;.which have already:wro htlsueh ,
: Made By:This*Country :EqualedNo
:br confusion:and:-'degradation 'In jvOakPerry&6ji1f <<

.., ,OUter".On, Earth ,
the,body poUtet. j'T ( :
-: Law Notes'for: July reprints an Too Much Technicalities., .. .. .- '.
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-ra1'.tAjfe article which apPear ."n.the London < **The criminal proCedure : : F.ffectirG .y I tf.IM1.,
of America -It... _'
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MaIl under ,tbe.81inature.,. ","Anglo- :
t today .very-much: as ours was i'...___ <. < .
American bearing on the appalling in the time of the Stuarts. l
Accident It Is
General hopelessly ka Lsss.
t caussee
homicide
the Increase of
: In this country.
entangled technicalities, and p- rue. ; 3iait t Pa..es Pala... Frs._and
rpolti11 Of While:the; beenjlntended Pau .
? article may have sv say Pan.
neglects justice Nw 1.
and common sense to Ns S. H..L r i '
ai an argument for capital I. sands, Na.1. ilia R i N.1I N.L
;! fcl 1 E'tphI chase after an Impossible Infallibility DailF. f 1 ;' "
p1 ... punishment as.lL deterrent of crim, e.. fornu, = 8 Fosb .4 arias.

"r' It,rather shows that there has been a "10., a criminal LAe..Ysp IiIA II.A P.Ls K..., -' P. K. P. II. k. II.

I complete case, as It Is conducted : = I _.. .._..IJ =OaL..._...____ .un.. Jers..lAret.. aril..
'_!- .. breaking down ;'of .the law across"the s 1 s i I ._ st 063 s to W..
against homicide !n this country, and Atlantic&it Is not e 1 t r tee- ltereer.-------; ,: I I g! I "I s4 4 Ie i.
prisoner t
[:the In the dock ., Hi t It iis
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the .__
and Health Insurance'. ,it Is,founded on eap'tal: pnnisl ment.: Judgen the bench who is sIlAraAr sa ._ .....Lanastr:.-.-_.,,-.,"--' stt&_ :In.::. s* !sus
J really on LY 8 L. : s' .
Eance 4 4S Lr. ,
The writer, for says --- '
.. Prcmi-i that trial. The counsel on both sides- c s '. ---- ---.- LY IISIL. fi ImOL4 I 310 Ls taI -
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Monthly j jII ;
; popular the disagreement of the Jury In the .1 t 4r $14
e polish up ,a thousand little points' of ; : V:1: : : ::1 sae s is
''\ : ''hawcase: made.very little so. S : '4 ....::..._ aunt sos
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difference : ...
urn plan. pleading and practice :And ,.---IJq=- _...___ I a 110 t.. t ...
,' .;;it would. hare made rery little and_ fire them off at evidence; t I i C ..-.......:.-.L.' .... 1:1:>100.. .-.......__ I ; 014!M .. $Ii .. ..
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l 1ft difference If'Thaw had been conact- Judge., who :1 : : T _.......__..._ I I 18
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has to decide upon them off-hand. If 0 i ----_..... : : tt .IC
:.: ed of murder In the first degree'and he 0 : .' s -.an.ibwa _._- I a lfi &
and claims falls Into a single error,.no matter: : ArlO Ar A>" ;---7 iiL. & .l. i n
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po&iesissued ** .
sentenced to be electrocuted he .
how trivial or how far removed'from 11".JL P, II. J ;LP SlL ast.T 7 u

| paid from this .offi e. -- I adds ''"There'a': as.'wide a' gulf between the question of Ihe,guilt or Innocenceof ._...- K.1 .1I.1)

passing a "verdict In the Crimes the
I' accused, the Appellate Court IIAYo,3LTIiRANCH; ,
mast Courts of Amerlcar and carrying
will order a,trlal.otthe.caaeal; ,
It, 9P. _.as.there Js,between.passing,ja roosUautomatlcally, ,<, ,__?? Wm-E UND.-: '-' ?- :"-:'.-
law and Its enforcement. I venture EAST BOUND
Wanted "That the grand distinction-between > t a irrc a Pa..q
eats "' all possible eerldusnesa" Paaa.1 PUB. i iK& Frt. FW.4J
say with that serf l..a.a
.the 'American procedure 3'j d. s : Faja.No.8. PaavN Pg,
,ga Nortnern .'FIoridt! the machinery does not exist In this our own.-- -In the'-English courts all DaflyT 7, Mat.Daily p N onlays 11: .18.andar. 4; :\':' ? :I* KJJ4.

-. .- United States for'making,a murdererof errors of form are brushed aside,' s .Sn 1 SBB,rXBly, ,Only_ _.. -- .., '.. Daily as DtlbrOatr Only.sins

Thaw's wealth and social Influence unless tteyran be shown'to have caused A.Lea St.lp' u.* a..LiP'e., :: -- A. It jp.lt L x. r. )c.
ryPOST' OFFICE' Building. pay;the penalty for his crime.. I a miscarriage justice 'In the s 06j 440 6 JOM Anto'Anto Ant., rtlw
s 221 s se s 84$ TS8 serf IU tK
A Striking Instance."In American courts any error, however, s 82Ml b Ki 10 OS 8 Uj 7 J **, 8 7 '80J
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OakFlorida. years technical and however little relatedto AriaoslAr S 40Arl| 251 8 151 Alton--.-._-.-..- .-..-..-.-_-...-. L. TOOLr 7 lit J tlolL'.. s -init., t 1 M M
known America at all Intimately I the fundamental Issue Is held to

only recollect one Instance In which presume'prejudice." from Live Regular Oak stop.and Connection made afDowIing Park for all train to and
Perry. For further
the criminal law information as to connections with other
worked, with anything lines can on an" ticket agent Trains
= HWJFESSIOirAL_:CARDS. approaching Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line makes connection at Live Oak with all
the English standard War Again*! Consumption. trains. .

of swiftness and precision. That: All, nations- are' endeavoring to I J. ,LEE ,ENSIGN, President. R. P. HOPKINS, Traffi Uansxr; .

M. DIXON, was in,the case-of the man who shot I I check the ravages of consumption.)f S. T. GRI31SBA W. Snperintendent.HERBINE, .

President McKinley the "white plague" that claims soy ,

DENTIST. "Public opinion Insisted on speed. many victims each year. Foler"t

trial and aspeedyexecution,' and Honeyjandt Tar cures coughs and

i GROWN : AND :-BUDGE I I colds perfectly and !
public opinion had Its war. Had the you are In no
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the odds would hare been over seventy ;, your health by taking some unknown}

preparation when Foleys and
Honey
.to.\.one. against his ,assassin, ever
-r 4 t. ,' Tar la safe and certain In results.i
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The genuine Is In 'a yellow package. ;
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r ieoUNSELORAT'LAW. "The odds I have,quoted are not
City Pharmacy. d-w .
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ta.State, 8p.oi speech. They are a literal and appalling About the Circus!' 1 sr.
Ii.-i to CaeTaraneaa. CoDactiobI -fact. Since 1885 there have
A1I I tailiMai promptly attend- Johnny-Can' r go to the circus,
4 been 131,9 b,1 murders and homicides
C fist Prato srrs a!Lana.. pa? 'f For SicK LiversA
in the United States and but 2.286 Father-No, Indeed. I wouldn't ,

J, W. 1VXST executions. In 1885 the number' of think of letting you see such a degrading -'

murderers. was 1,808; In 1904 It had exhibition. t 'PURELY'VEGETABLE I

i and tIt COfl. risen to 8.528; In 1885 the numberof Johnny Then 'won't '
T yoq 'please COMPOUND -----
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I Brilfeng. Ohio'Avtaue. executions was 108; In 1904 It wan take''me to the menagerie?/ Teacher

!(8s<7.t, Ethel HoteL 116. says we ought to see the animals. t 111111 CONSTIPATION DTSPC
MI CURES 8IA MALAKIA.CHILLS a..4
kML "There was' nothing that I am Father-What, pay full price to
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
uoti a er 16S.shyUGtoowM: .:: aware of to make' 1904 a yeir of see only half the show? I guess not.I A GUARANTEED CURE for all diMim produced br

.t peculiar, criminality.. Indeed, the -Kansas City Journal. I TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle purchased -
i today may save you a auk spill tomorrow.
r.E.TBOMAOM"THOMASON., figures for 1905 tell an even more
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sinister tale Americans seem now to Liver' ,.
Tour
& I CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTEl
q, -' 4V be killing one another at the rate of ia out of order You go to bed in a ALL OTHER, MEDICINES FAILED

y more than 9.000 a year. Looking bad humor and get up with a bad! ,Mn.W.A. Whitewall Emory, Tes.

5& SURGEONS over the statistics 'of the last twenty cast In your mouth. You wanti writes: "Mychfldaadcamsaad few
stimulate liver for four year We tried all kinds of
something to yunr
years; one finds, roughly speaking j
medicines,aDd fiasHy as.cooalntanc*of
s f }s rLO82D that while.executions :have remained Just try,Herblne. the aver regulator.A tame recommended Berbis We used

virtually stationary, murders and positive cure, for Constipation, three bottle, sad the child is BOW coo

homicides Dyspepsia and all', liver complaints. fJ4tely cored. Yon have my permiuioa
,have, multiplied fivefold. to publish this testimonial, u I cheer
1 : Appalling'Figures. Mrs F-. Ft. Worth Texass writes: full v. recommend Heroine to all mothers..
"Have used Herblue In my family having eUUrca dUcted M mine.
There are over five times as
matyI
I for years Words can't express what UMt BOTTLE. Me BIT TO CtHBHl
murders committed In the United
J think about It. Everybody in f BALLARD SHOW LIMIMEMT CO
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A=office X States' per million l Inhabitants as fn < '
I my household are happy and wen. ST. LOUIS U. S. A.
) 148fNl1? than fourteen times
gs Australia more end wee: it to Hertlne. Suwan-

as many as In England and Wales; nee Drug Co. d-w

a eight times'as many as In Japan, SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BT

s ?APERIM nearly ten times many as In Canada Encouraging. Suwannee Drug Company.

- and about twenty-five times as "Sir. have you room for this little t

dof nice wall many as In Germany."Only poem I have Just dashed off?" .I !
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one European,country, Italy, "Certainly; .all the room you want. t

___rM. PETTY; at has ever' shown In this respect a Nothing. the waste-basket at all I I Round Trip Rates To.

worse record; only one country in the this early in the day."-Baltimore
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world today. Mexico exceeds the Am- American. I
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i >l the only country where 'the proportion JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA .
g CLINTON & MEEKSWholesale
of murders to population Is positively -

on the increase.

I ""The.le. are facts as undeniable {as
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and he,negro: help,-* of ?:course, to 'and RetaifDealers

sweljthe flgtire s; Wt'lhe darkieshnd Florida :
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tether add the white nativeb&tAmericans n in Flori- $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop

-P S 1 tln will be responsible for within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

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more,thus three times as many murders darand Western overs with'stop ,-
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In 'proportion to their numbers $27.30 Sixty day ticket.

at.ft and, to the discredit of any other over within limit of, ticket. :Good in sleeper.,

civilized nation except Spain and MEATS' '$22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stopover 1

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Italy,
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8 a phenomenon? Is It nothing ,Phone 24. $14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday :

more than the lawlessness of a,raw good in coaches. No stop over priviliges. t
only
tea'i vigorous an4) untrammeled community .- deliveriesanywhere sleeper on morning: and night i
i y-, j* :Prompt trains standard Pullman :
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butjbarely:emeiging, from ,the, Two daily Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE ,:

backwoods stage of growth? Or is It train, fare from Jacksonville to write to or call

i the reflex action on matters of social fti the FOLDER. For further imformation and Pullman Atlantic CoastLine
Agent,
conduct of that excessive} + Frank C. Boyl=ton, District Passenger
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36 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 45c. 27Inchap-Wash'Silk, all Colors, 40c.

.. .. J 9 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 20c. One'thousand yard Val. and Round ":' .

: Thread Lace 6 J-2c. Values going at 4c. 32 Inch Madrass 25c value going at J5c.

30 Inch Madrass Stripe figures 20c' values going at ,Oc.. .

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One Thousand' yards Embroidery 5c. to 15c.. 25 Doz. Towels 45 x 24 extra weight bleached with red border Only 25c. ,-

Ten One Fourth Quarters Gold Medal Sheeting 81 Inch wide'only 25c. 25 Doz. Towels same as above 36 x 19 only 15c "

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''Local Overflow"E. MATZOX1 LAST SIGHT. I NEXT TUESDAY TUB DAY MMMFttht+I-i I-11111'I 1111 1 .

NOTICEro
Showed to a Good Audience Despitethe ., When Final Vote On Prohibition Will
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C. Home, ot Falmouth. Is here Bad weather.Notwithstanding Be Taken. in Georgia House.

this morning. Atlanta, Ga. July 25.-Georgia's ; : Contractors and Prospective. :.
the rain And the
I' prohibition bill now pending before
Mr. and Mrs,. S. G. Mnllins and A. extreme heat of yesterday, there wasa the lower house will be made the THE UVE OAK BRICK &
Truman Mnlllns,,, of St. Petersburg good crowd oat last night to "see special order of business for Tuesday. Slim ft(
.. Matxoni, do' his wonderful feats In I ,
came over from Lake City yesterday July 30. and final tote wit be taken -
a : ; will furnish Lime Cement
where they hare''been"attending: the shackles,'cuffs' straight jacketretc. you your ,
that This
day. reached
agreement
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Baptist convention. They will be the Quite a number were rather skeptical in the house today following the Plaster: Laths and all kinds of &1c.

guest:i&'MrsXR. A.' Gray, for a few when they went oat but before filibustering tactics of the minority OUR SPECIALY White Sand Lime Brick. Jlrit fee jj .
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dyeJ ; ., begun, enertalner -
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which:ended at 11 o'clock last night
.l t -- < .J: : :hid his-audieiiZ' f m ,
8atV1i m: "good** .was k eard after nearly fourteen hours:-or excit- The Live Oak Brick &
llm, "} -:nB teTf aliga ( aadnothing. IU\ Ing maneuvers when :adjournmentt ; j Supply
Johj?:B-'Mays, was.ftTisijtoc..!U. from, everyone. No one expresseddisappointment \ precipitated by a personal encopier .
latter days of,last,week? to her cousin. ., On the contraiy -M-f. 11 111 >.
.. .AftWFraleigb'Jn this city.The e Teryfcody seemed delightedwIth. :this between two prominent mem-
ttefs, of the house. The order, whichwas
'young lady'yas caltDute to.hey.home. dean_ :and. eatertsiniag.-shaw. Some unanimous Same Things Kodol wilt soak Ietd
n near Greenville from a Ttslt to 'rein of'the feats performed 'werewtrndeivul adapted ,by consent Joakley You're rights_most people your digestive ortsssat[ 3

tires in Lire Oak.-Madlsoif* Newderpr1& g tojsay,the least ,, Marsha',, ..yleandcuffed practically terinton cuts.off all further filibus worry over what they haven't.got the natural Cfps tf2B
.. ': yItI : !t :ilatzonjjwltht a. pair Pjtt?; ,the floor of, the house; It I but I kngw-certaln people who worry stomach. It wiS tai .Ii
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h' ;: "\ provides that the bill shall be placed j jJta' Kodol digests what st
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itest;improred enffs T "lad he1 had 'because of what they,:>>T11.
: on third. reading immediately aftersending I UTe Oak: Drag Star.
E. H. Armstrong. the well- them off in leSs' Uiumhute.. Coakley That. q1'What. have
known and Deputy Hemming also tried his'hand the Journal, next Tuesday:
leading Jsekedueple I'they? .
specialist j who has ,been makiag pros with.a": pair of good strong cuffs that both sides shal be given equal Joakley Nothing -- Philadelphia S4dcI.
time ,for :
discussing the bill
and the
fesstonal visits once a month through s securely locked,but they too.were no Press. '
amendments that The third Qwter
thIS ection',of.>the country ,-wlH,'not match.fors Matxonl. may be submitted; I ;
be able, owing to his increased bilks ;The: straight Jacket on exhibition thattall amendments,shall be on the the Methodist
-: speaker's desk by 2:30 o'clock andthat Quick relief lor.\sthma SuffFotey's < South, will fee actt tit <
busi&ess. ,to make these, regular" pro-'. I n front o(Butler Brow store seemed I '
Honey and Tar Methodist cauts std <
the vote shall be taken at affords Immediate
fesstoa&l calls hereafter The: Doctor to be more than any man could conquer 4 ,
o'clock without further relief to asthma sufferers in presiding elder, Ef.1
# wil tarn over such cases as need future but he gets 'out of it like he motion,or: de.
bate. It further provides that the the worst stages and.It taken in timewill I will be present sad ergs 2
attention, to: pr. A, Vft...Under- does out of the sack and box.. in a galleries shall be kept cleared of all effect a, cure.' City Pharmacy. ante of all the efeW
wood of Jacksonville: ;:whowlll.. try l y 4-w..
to makes regular Visits, Hereafter. Raising. the lady in the air as if visitors during the pendency of the the members el tUiftesi'

Dr. Armstrong will give his exclusive b1 magic and passing a hoop around bilL With a majority of nearly four. j gregatloa. are ear&Sr I

personal attention to his .home omee her body was a feature,that delight fifths favoring the bill which has already Sure. I

;. at 11-laqura street.; where. ,he Is"prepared ed his audience. The little dog. been passed by the senate, and Katharine:-He-was' to marry a Daring the .smear tsodfet
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with tritles arj>
to3'handle All forms of: most '"Ned.** jumped from his ladder., Governor Smith pledged to sign telephone girl but she broke the engagement -;t
Debt
drinking
or
which"reaches to the of the andlorinm. the bill when it shall be passed prohibition
top
trouble and
: eye : nervous -
complicate tend to ,they kids t s
c cross-ejes. straightened into a net and will repeat the In Georgia appears to be a Kldder :Oh! I' see.' A ease ot ToleyKldsey Cct

without U1-i knife; the grinding of jump'tonight and tomorrow night.A foregone conclusion. "ring off"-Albany Journal. mat?

special Center:/ in' fact'anythlng .and change of program will be given __ .___ E
r pertaining tonight but the best feats ..
of last .
everything: to the tepUealliae. night t rtt..i. . . . . . .t1
dlt-wlt will, be repeated for the benefit -

f"'cJ. ... ,' .. ... .....-,o.-. ,, of those wbo were not present last
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.. '. Tie tlve'Oak- correspondeaCbf i : -"the evening. A large audience will | WHY BE CONTENT WITH YOUR PRESENT STATION. III LIFE ,

Times-Union says: ooPbnor, the doubtless greet the wonderful I!

r 3 new auditorium.and Additions to thei' Matzoci, tonight., He has been a ]I : -' 1 WHY} NOT PREPARE YOURSELF FOR A GOOD PAYING POSITIOI It

'. first"Baptist church,,are. now In ,the, leading attraction' in the Dixieland :
? hands of the contractor and, bids theatre in Jacksonville for the -past

i' will be received and passed upon in- several -weeks,, and the,"city papers By attending the "Popular Summer SchoolTHE 1 _

I site the next week, work. ,to begin at here hare,given. him some fine press ". .
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I as' once. She pastor goes to Atlanta to : .
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the month August, and is getting Answered. j ,
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this: bailing that Mistress How Is, '
project s arranged H :Sarah that' It .. .; ,
tie contractor CaD be getting"materialen whenever I come:Into he''kltchen X -

I; the ground while Le is away. Thes find: you gossiping with the baker off !I I : ,' : .

plans provide for the erection o the butcher? .
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another auditorium Just as large as Maid-\\ell. ma'am It you really; 1
the one how In use. which will befitted ask for the truth I shoud say it was ,I.

up with Bible class: and Sun them nasty soft-soled shoes you come i r i

- : day school rooms; also an assemblyhall ereepiagabout_ in. 'Philadelphia In- -

:: ; with a seating capacity of 60 0. quirer. ;

:- This new addition will stand separateand .

: distinct from the "pruent __one The Useful Kind.'Oh. I'1 '

during ordinary services but is,being .. my ,friends there are some .
built with an eye to great .
tions and great meetings ,when,)bo forth. -, -1 r. ':",,=the-.Is_the S dat:&. omni rcia! College in North Florida and fe K l
best
audience ,rooms can be thrown Into giving a graphic.description of a terrible sununeirschool in this section. '

one great hall with a seating capacity acident he had witnessed. 1" .. Scholarships:' *$io.OO and $90.00* r
$50.00
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of,almost-5.400- Td like to know whar dey sells'em $75-00, :

," remarked 'an old colored man i Write for Catalogue and special summer announcement. fi

Showed Business Sense o'n the outskirts ,of the crowd.

.Old. .Gentleman find dr. thai Cleveland Plain Dealer 1 t : SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE{

,:you hare no financial standing nc

.credit anywhere.YoungGetthere There is as much fun for the average : .
. : 11 -You do me la-. woman In planning as though she: Cor. Ohio AveJUVE 'and' Conner.St.

I hare easily borrowed knew what she : OAK aRID'"
Justice sir. planned was going to I j. L. ," ]
M. HATTON <
several hundred pounds since it became happen. G. S. STEr '

known I was married to yom President and Proprietor _

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Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee-- -J .Cooking Utensils in Tinware ar


Paints of Enamel The "Blue a*
Gaulbert, Go's : two the .

best. We can prove this to you mond" Crockery for every

from Government reports. from. the modest price to tie



Ask us and see! highest

Gums: Pistols Rifles A..-* *
Oils Varnishes Stains .. ,


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Notice.f be barred. 'k southwest one-fourth and fractional sale by Barclay & Groover and all The America]

'legatees, dla cntees. creditors, Dated this July 5th, 1907. :west half ol southwest onefourthand ; druggists. pany. Inc. ofAUuta.&;

aI 4all other: peivons baring claim J. W. BRADLEY southeast one-fourth Section 3.6. wky

or..Fernanda against the estate'of'L,, Administrator cum testamento an- :Township S south Range 1 3 east an advertisement I*&St m\\

f>K; .Klmmwrlln, deceased, late of Snwannee neio upon' the estate of John Atwell -. purpose of sale- being to remove :Jiarcus-Hurst and wild and two fug a rushing buta .

County Florida will present deceased. 'l4 -St .said, estate. to, State of-Georgia), 'children; who.live In the city: have sale have dOllb1e4 *BStwo
*the same to me duly' proven: .IWn' : ; t j!i t. I THEODOSIA SEAR3 bed
reported In.these columns a& in months. They
one' :year from the first insertion oft !1
NOTICE Guardian; of above named minors by
f : poor circumstances. Mrs. Hurst being
etoispecialties. .
thl* notice, or this notice will bi I Court .of County Judge !in and'' for authority of Cour\1 x of. ;Ordinat., jerr sick as'also.11,:Hurst;with woodworking .
:t"Permanite"
allowance of the
jpleaded in bar of (toffee County, State of tie reliable
: Georgia.NOTICE.
same out of the funds of said estate I Suwannee County, Florida.. j no one to care for them but the chil- ..
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"\ *L W. J. HILL"1. i Probate Jurisdiction by the County { ::'" L'. dren. This morning the Ladies Committee i!

Executor of the last Will and Test I Judge: To whom it may concern: was appealed to by the ministers grade composition ram&

v.. sment of li Klmmerlln. I and arrangements made to that any one cai byFlln JII'
will
colored be
not
..:.- Whereas: George Taylor ( ) responsible for debtsmade
provide for them at once and in the ..*]
has applied to this Court by: his petition by: Frank Sperring. :. Coated Rom ;
kI NOTICE, future with necessary means. Besides n.
::i; for letters of Administration on 14-lmo J. SPERRING.. ranted In every vex _
aCircnit CourV Third Judicial Cir- the estate of Martha Brown (colored) the action of the committee a known also ta*i. 1
company ]
- Cultof Florid in-and: for* theCounty \late.of said ;County deceased; .:' ADMIJnSTRirOTVR NOTICE. purse was also gotten up.. and presented -:, '
J';i (,jt -s I' Now these are therefore, to It e i ,Notice Is hereby1.siveny'. rid Lega- tq theme which, will enable 1:ol all kind of woo4w-- _
of Suwannee. f Iif
r t : : and admonish all and singular! the i tees. Distributees, Creditors, and all them to keep the wolf from the door, err, engines sad both

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Application'ax of Lyda fife Davis to become > to be and appear before this f manna against the Estate 'of Jackson I pie are reputed, wholly : ese-peo-I.,. f wood yard machisw1.1...

..\'. a Free: Dealer Court ,on the 26th day: of July, A. we are'g ad to note that'the,. will be !!I sS'I .
Cannon .
,[ late, of Sawannee County,! era, .haftlng. piles
:-This come on for hearing : the: D. 1907 and file objections if an] liberally helped. '
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Florida deceased Wild .
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*. they have, to the granting letter !I' of mill and
petition notice and report of the J the said claim or demand to me duly
aforesaid. letters will IK I mad1J C1 d
otherwise .
Special Master herein,"filed on the j proven within twQ..J'eara.. from, first Piles! Piles! Piles :'interested in
and granted to said applicant if. he can,'I I publication of this note, or this notice Williams Indian Pile Ointment i it would bite nay'If ens w#
.J h day of June, A. D. 1907. as'prayed..
it duly qualify, will be plead in bar of same. will cure Blind Bleeding and Itching I I' terest to write these 11***
was considered by: the Court, and up- Witness my: hand and seal of said.t. Piles. It absorbs the PI f
tuners, allaysItching I They
!* JESSE N. CANNON and catalogue.
... ',consideration, thereof it is order- Court at the Courthouse of said County .' at once, acts as a poultice, Concrete ice
*-* < ,.this the 24th day of June A. D J Administrator of Estate of Jackson I Chicago
t .edv adjudged and decreed by the : gives Instant relief Williams Indian
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: 19 o 7. Cannon. .:.with Will annexed. m29-4t Pile Brick and
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t Court: That the report'of Special "' -t { s Making Jlchloei
J. N. CONNERCounty ;
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to frthe'prlvate parts. Sold
jliaster be and the same is hereby Notice Stockholders. Mach1nerHoJst JtIII.
Judge of and in Suwannee All members 'h4IJ! scares : by druggists, mail 50c and $L09, tl tJ
...confirmed and the. said Lydia M. County: Florida. wfi-28-41 : that: In; Williams' Manufacturing C.., Props., haTe also a 1arLe aaI df;
*Da vis is hereby granted a license to the Union Mill and Supply Co., will Cleveland O. Sold by Suwaanee of machine knlve Ml

f GUARDIAN'S; : NOTICE.To meet at Rixford school house I Drug Co. and repreie** Of
{ake' charge of and manage her own at 2 apr-lyr make,

!fate and property and is herebymade all Whomsoever it may be of Interest o'clock sharp on the first Saturday| Rev. C. A. Ridley pastor of the people, and also aU std tl! $

l? Greeting; ,. I Baptist Church and saw to(*'
Saw
; August elect six directors announced Sunday ern d
a Free :Dealer in every respect. i fin and
After four weeks' publication f that he Sad finally perfected an 'accurate lean Manufactaria O Jj j
Tinder the laws of the State of Flor- to attend to other business that will "* tW
o" *%. this notice once each week, I will' list of members of his church. lug to the tront.
"Ida.'V I come Y before us. ; I Said that he found dozens of low- price;'JOOd p
and de- on th J6th day of August A D. 1907 names
ordered adjudged 4Th1a..Juir
-ne 07 + :
courthouse on the old lists and the old roll book tentlon an4'cood
Chambers In Lake :City at of"Sn anneeCounty; _
reed at .
: ALLEN. that nobodf fir town with thea.
( .TL-"R..J could tell any- who deal
*Florida, this the 26th day of June, Florida;apply.by petition to foniJ. < --
:'H.h 4 'f" \ t. Directors; thing about and that he. marked these "
t AYD- 1907. r -B ALMER, N. Conner; County JUdge..01 aid I ..,..t"fP.. ? fl. <
<< nlyb-4t Judge. > 'c .4y : ? ,off the list.t. Hefurther> stated'that Rev Mr Crag II.

county: for an order authorizing an Had'Born Quickly Healed. i he did not leave ten names on the arrived here today. aa4 It"'

NOTICE. empowering me to make sale of :L I "I am.so delighted with what j I roil about which he couldn't give of Rer. Curtis OrtbJ-.....

s,,,*.ouce is hereby given to all one-thirteenth more or less undlyid : Chamberlain's Salve has done for me I working information. With all this the interest of the J

.creditors, legatees, distributees and ed interest of Orietta and Cllflorc I that I feel bound to write and tell I pruning of the old list the new roll Thank offerloff.Mama :

.all persons having claims or demands Sears now residing in Coffee CountyState .1 you BO," says Mrs. Robert Mytton contains the names of 318 members,

against the estate of John Atwell. of Georgia In the. folowngde. 457 John SW Hamilton Ontario.;a net gain of 243 since the beginning *-

,:Hte of Suwannee county. Florida deCeased scribed land situate in Suwanne ,"My little daughter had a bad burn. of Mr. Ridley's pastorate. During .", I

,. to present the same to the County: Florida, to-wit: Ion her knee. I applied Chamberlain's this time 376 have been received In- earlier than usual t "S lfAn T
administrator cum- South half of northeast one fourtland ,i Salve and it healed beautlfulL '
to
undersigned as the church but of hour earligj!
course
a good
fJf'
.said estate southeast, one-fourth of nortl L .lr: ." This. salve allay the pain of
ee" annexo upon many have to
... t stamento also been dismissed some "I want
claims will west 'one, fourth and, east half oU :L: a bum almost. ,. Instantly. It 1* for
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sett ; summer school in this section. ,
good-fry. .

.ens. at Pensacola notes. No,! coun'r.( : '. Scholarships: $40.00, $50.00, 75.00, and S90.OO. ". .t ]

-i I feeea free throws on W .:, Write for Catalogue and special summer announcement -

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cation for Tax : 'J SOUTHERN BUSINESS: OHIEGE -: :

S of 4 .
-t w of FI wtda.b.r.bc Cor. Ohio Aye.. and Conner St;, tt;

atlen> LIVE OAK '. -. FLORIDA .. -,
of Tax, 1... M. HATTON G. S, STEPHENS, "

bs tte}?ed-sans;nd day of I President and Proprietor Principal i '

sat BM made . . . . . . .. . . ,J
in
IBJK feed to Issue
1 W. Flail Working the Little Cottage Near ; h J

Mwiag Ii Sawaanee described The Sea. ,' t ;..F'i,AFenholloway. v Live Oak Mfg.. Co. ; "...., 1

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g1MtKe wet the T *
near sea. '
Wth of .. -.1;; : ,
j It Air Is pure, the water. fine;, ..d'f ..\l. : Maflfifactsrers ef .
| I.oith, Bsnge
You can. reach this point,,byr Florida
assessed
iris kring
| a k Bee"ot'Sucli Railway; \ line. 1t. .; Lumber, Shingles, Ice,. Electric Lights, J

i ac.e of Peacock I
People here are good and kind Power and
Mid eertificate. Turrpentirie..Electric tll
MlI 4 ag to law,'tax You, can take a,good J'eat L.And I furnished
; Lights in any part of the city for
Weea oa the,1 9th hunting and fishingLs .very.IIae.. : : IIi

*11.:1lAf 7. dal, Two- boUts drive takes :a.yon.. "to. tha. :Residence or Business Houses; at,a,very reasonable rate.. i

coast- .. .Electric PQrt Da! and night current-for manufactur= f f.1Ilg
Where the raging billows roll.Look'n : .
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-"') J WrBRYSOCssrt : on'the sea and :the' a'cl1; -: i
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take strolL : Wli l S reSlt City orders have sp e '..
i ...Sawaanee a
transportation facilities It will be cial attention,. and all'orders aromptly fiilled.W .: J I
The milk and, butter: ,and many good
r O'littI developed- :'rapidly.? things are"here. ,' ( ; ; %will give,you ,good piceslow graiieflooring. c f:_ anJ 1'1' :
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tMiv Brown .then
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spoke of Tampa ;
Mksj, city, makes and : {
t The water you eat sleep : Come and get 'our priced/ -
time "You have here. he said "the finest !t
at the !
twt isgkital -
Sbyon,8ee have nothing to fear. -J
let Kr Brock, at a roof- city,inl the; South. It _is a town:with : .- ion i .' f., ,I .-' --" % > > '' '
- j, b aowr of Mr.. F. G. a great 'future. I 'have recently returned I have built 'the little c ttage'heat :

b ariase bookkeeper of from an extended trip throughthe the sea OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMEUIT .
l9H fBn Jb'tJatUn. Miss southwest, find everywhere I'went If my friends doubt'the statement I ; ; c '"

Wilve Oak, was I heard of Tampa. 1 ,always called make, *> is not restricted in the scope of: its",patronage.- It is
s esr.s; were beautifully for-Tampa, cigars and could find Board the Fla. Railway and :come and I broad enough accommodate,all, andHEREARE '-- ,

ley A*fcfair.. .Tha guests them everywhere.." J, .beligye..that -. I -- ITS'PATROL- .
> M Barren, the able Tampa is now the largest city In the Hemming at Work. :

idutie Last Line raiIe state and the ,one that has the greatest L- The young, folks with their small savings.

it wes;Mini Minnie Tx>uMrt e ; Walter Tison, He spoke enthusiastically of the f uure to"procure a'home'or: a'competency for old age.

|Cwurt Use; Mini lib- | of 'Tampa aa .a deep water port. ;.. 3.-rhe.: ,!well-to-do, for the, ., _afforded, and .
the income provided. .
lssl.r at McAlpin High "Vyith the wharf facilities here you8hogld
rn_ fit<** Atkatic Coast and,would' :handle, the bulk of 4.-ThoSe with idle funds awaiting other investment. :

-, of O'Brien' the export lumber business of the j
; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida : :
!?+raa; of Maagara & Mate,"_he,.sald, "and there is much ,
aM Mrs. Brooker\ other"trade-. that will find its way I I-I I I I I i. . . i. I .. .
't the house th{pughTthis port when you have deep -<
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tar tear- water.
I 4be house. I Mr. Brown hag been a recent investor -
are caused by Indkesdon. If you cat a
t I !s v *e;; of thesea in Improved property In this little too much, or if you are subject to SEABOARD
Mw, and an- city and he Is highly pleased with all attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt
cf breath, heart beats, <
had shortness rapid
$ of his
investments. He also
th After the roof, owns
heartburn or palpitation cf the heart. !
4b to the room 8.000 acres of virgin land near Tho- Indigestion cause the stomach tozpand i i1 : Airline Railway .1.1s .1i
swtll, and puff against the
tag was inrn1sh- notosassas in this county.. up .
heart This enjirda the heart and
e e *Kh guitarMersa Speaking of his home town, he fens with Hs action and in the inter-I '

i with organ.'said the last .census gave Live Oak lisa. the heart become disaasttd. Savannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, 4

s1 kg alL After population of '7.200. and that it has I Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore: :

a +sis and enjoys had a steady growth since that time. KodolFor Philadelphia and New York. '.

s *Parlor games, The town recently purchased its wa-
J+ sead and put the ter plant from a private concern. payIng Dyspepsia
i twhi lkaa left, for 132.000 for It, payment being TWO LTKfiINSV\ Dfl1LYSeaboard \
w : Mi *js toj to hare made in city bonds at par the bond digests what JOD eat takes the strain: oft I
cf the heart and contribute nourishmentstrength :
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M = t tfae in oar paying five per cent: interest.: The wa- and health to every organ of tbt Seaboard Mail J
ter rates there, which were $10 for body For Indcesflon. Dyspepsia, Sour I, Express
Inflammation of the mucous
t Stomach, j jnembranes
* : -iee4d one opening and about twenty-five t -*-
not to : lining the Stomach and Dzgss- ;
f et t heir hardft' :per cent additional for each extra aveTnictNervous. Dyspepsia sadCatarzh ,
: | %' < tans taor- opening, will now be reduced. The 5f the Stomach. I Itl7 I Modem : Pullman : Equilme .- .

old concern also allowed any number After.sting.siy toed world d13traM IDe brmaIdnC. FinallT
twi heart pa4it&te aDd I wwI4 become v.r -
, _
i is not of opening at a fiat rate of $25! I got a oUle of ICedo1aocUt pft brImr
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bodes lam AreoS.
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% liate. raliet. Aftvl1Slq a few Line
* for the premises. MRS LORINO N U fOIeS.Peen Tallo J(.T. Exposition
The Jamestown,
Y,__ of Man- I bed atomtrettl..ad wtu in a bad slats as i .
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t ilea away tooon NOTICE. .Lat about soot moot au : Q. i NaRF'OLK

4 e'waa in My wife left my place on July 2. .S.le Daily
1s &,?FIQattinwi 1907. and said emphatically that ahe Digests; What You Eat ]ia.1ie. li : Excursion Tickets on .
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be : n-f was not coming back. I will not be cell 00 any agent
r \M Ll.v reservation
responsible for 'any- debt or contract ( rJSfTSS | | SS5-t. ..II.tJ.wra li I For fuO information and Sleeper -i
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that L y *f f J -r-J L of Seaboard or wrote.- .
iTa
,she makes from the date of this I Jacksonville.
Pass.Altenb
& l+asse g|notice.: This July 22, 1907. The Live Oak Drug : S.CEOYLSTON.JR.. ,Asst. Gent .. r

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.to leas:bleolr aeek a pit *4.ufl f f Lake.Ottyp" _Pfat? JnV 'H ft.'
enterprise. Uncle Sam will doubtless, ;
Published every Friday;at.Lire'Oak. special session of the Florid&;Baptist

Florida. Convention mei'in this city last ntgfct 11'
The late Mayor Bliss of Penwcola,
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Entered at the Lire Oak PostoSee with 339, .delegates, In attentoao
was a man of much energy and,force
as second- 1aSS matter. -
; of character 'and strong coaTictlons. The convention was called to order.
r- CHAS. W. IRV1N. Editor and M'gT. Such a man always makes enemies and organization effected at 7:30 p\

'.: and Mr. ,BUss ,had plenty of them. m.. Great enthusiasm prevails and ,.
Subscription One Dollar Per Year:.. >
But he had a way of "doing things* the prospects are bright forthe new..
and of not himself be -
permitting to university.The
'" In other state in the Union the Two "COMFORT**
diverted from his hostile off r
-railroad companies are protesting purpose by sentiment exhibited by some
against two-cent.tares and are eager criticisms and abuse that made him the prominent and more wealthy Baptists I leu tpece fax OS L*

to- get back to the three-cent basis. very useful to his city in an executive. Indicates large endowment fund
but here In Florida we famish the capacity. Pensacola has sustained.?, j i will be in sight in a few months.A Handsome and Inviting in

antique spectacle of a railroad company serious loss in the !death of her mayor, A big basket dinner, Is in progress the Comfortable Features of the"p
and it will not be to find Q
a successor
,a great trunk line at that calm easy I today and the delegates are enjoying
who will to him in Hammocks and Swings.
measure up of the..pld
0 collecting the outrageous tariff of themselves on the campus
foar cents a mile and nobody doing all respects. ," university grounds., The special session
anythlng'to stop the hoid-upt Between: ,I or the convention was called for Price 64.5O at Our Stems
,, pen a.cola ana Hirer Junction the .General: -Gilchrist says that:he'will i l the purpose:.:of" accepting the buildings
G
$4.OOF.
O. B.
I* & N. sticks It to erery passenger make the first speech in his-<" 'campaign..j and grounds of the old university -
for four cents a mile.' The'Pensacola' for governor at Ocala oil Septemt>r I and $15,1)00 offered by Lake City

:. Journal pertinently suggests in this 12. He Is rosy smiling and COn11dent.j for the establishment of a denominational '
connection that the railroad company says that Hudson Burr is schooL -""*" : PERFECTION WICK QQ

should fca forced either to pay taxeson : candidate certainly announced
against him thus far, but he expects
h the valuation which It pleads as al, -
7W four-cent< rate basis, or, lower that i I a lot more and will. welcome them Yesterday, at, the home of the Specially Lew Prices-IW ft*
rate to a figure in keeping with the all to the grand tourney. General bride's parents at Suwanee Station, .
Gilchrist wants that plum at Tallahassee Miss Erie O. Kight] was united in
taxes it does Is there another
pay.
1 Burner 84.75,2 Burner.
$7.08 3 Bus
; state In the-Union where the four and he "wants: it bad" and: marriage with R. B, McCullough of
.; .cent rate is prevailing nova wants everybody to know that he Waycross Ga.. Rev. J. S. Mikell officating. No, 1, Oven, $1.95 No.. 2 Ores,
I wants it bad. That kind, of man. .. 'The groom, we understand,
', :Work on Mr. Flagler's great enterprise 1,[tf backed with brains, bonhommie and is an engineer on.the Coast Line and Legs per set, 5Qe

-- the East Coast railroad extension -,, a long purse for campaign a young man of sterling Qualities
'. to Key West has been stopped 1 is a foeman to be dreaded,expenaes.j I well worthy of the excellent prize he E. J. BLUMEIi: ,
.. because the Naval authorities refused .. Burr will have to go after has won The bride is well known in
permission to the railroad company j\something better than pot metal be-! Live Oak. For several years she has ---=
IB constructing its terminals, to re-; fore he heads him off. I l been the Coast Line's agent at Su- Mr. Wolfe Writes. building like a tejs .

move mud and other material from wannee Station and a frequent visitor Editor Dally Democrat:-We arrived 1 and ScanyttBj th*,
the banks near Fleming Key as the WILL.HAYESIS.DE.ID.. to our city... All who know her,love in Philadelphia safely and Individual Iz-a. _
Government might need it later on tot Louisville Ky., July.%3.-CoL Will her for: her* many virtues, and characteristic found,the weather clear and bracing., much as Ut.OH.,
construct a torpedo station, there. S. Hayes the veteran river editor of womanly ways that The city Is wonderfully: decorated la city baa spat ISt.-
t The company was 11l11ng.to replace the Courier-Journal song-writer and chivalrous men always admire. The purple. and :white and statues of parade come of Tfcffisfe
; the material if it should be needed. poet. died here today of vertigo happy couple drove over here from enormous Elks every where. The in good poattioa t* fet 4.
but the Government wanted it put!I caused by a stroke of paralysis suf- Suwannee last evening and took, the:North American ;has transported amammoth bring $100 a ** O.
back within,the bulkheads of the proposed fered in the Iroquois theater in Seaboard for Jacksonville and will Elk alive to its roof twenty kindness of car fries(k
station thus entailing much ex- Chicago..December 30. 1903. He was visit the Jamestown exposition and stories above the pavement,. and all have a lovely mt h &
tra,work and expense and also In- 70 years old. CoL Hayes always other points of interest on their: wed visitors to It are furnished with, a. College. We*ba$bb fe
.. slated: that all dredging and' other claimed the authorship of the original -j ding tour. Where they will make coin printed, on a linotype with their expect it to tats t8&if
operations in Key West harbor by the words of "Dixie,'' and that he was i their future home we do not know. name free. Dizzy as this height was 000 Elk to PIII-p&
company should be under the direction I responsible for the arrangement of but suppose it will be In Waycross. we looked,down on. this twentystoryroof The city it wifij Be
3 of the commandant of the Naval : the music. CoL Hayes' most famous j The Democrat extendS' hearty congratulations ,: from .the. twenty-second story shouts of "'Hello."*
i:_ Station there.. Mr. Flagler wouldn'tstand' -!song was "Molly, Darling" the sales '; ,,and wishes for Mr and roof. of the building, pf the Land I shall give the DHtserEfe
fir 'this, but It does not seem of which reached 2.000,000 copies in Mrs. McCullongh all the.joys marrlel Title, &. Trust Co., just opposite. The of the parade. t ease
r reasonable. that. ., an obstacle of that I Europe and America, life Is heir to.. city spreads out under this Immense -
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'" THERE are only a few left, and at such an exceedingly low price you.can't afford, to let.such rare bargains ass. We intendtoM

: prices remain until we have sold Our fall stock will soon be arriving, and we don t intend to carry OW!:
aswgle Suit if low prices will sell them.. Our Suits are all made of the very best material, and the workmanship is guaraafesi r

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: $25.00 and $22.50 Suits ,, formerly sold from $9.50 tI


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It. 4 we"willll close
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xr '. : ;' $ 1 5 0 : .are ,exceptionally rare; '__ r ;

4 .w o. .' ,; bargains, and some f- ..
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!*4-- ; Suits worth -. 1 and Odd Pants are n _F '
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$17.50 $16.50 and $15.00 1 I. own price. fig1'i: :.r

.. 1 of $1.00 and $1.25
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: are being closed. out atIQOO -"" Shirts you can get as
long as they last at

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rue*J Qo.oGdstd aosas 12.VSR ,. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. 1FRIDAY. JLZY 26. 1907. .
i SB* VOL.X No. -

The flowers mayfade and passaway OCR TALLAHASSEE' It
LETTER.A .. !reouting.., The c '
party expect to
"' CCT li @ET.
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Iidley: visit Washington New York and ,1
C -IL They. only waft thro wintry hours Dull Capital-Governor Gone. other 1

.tasting today where the The'coming of the May. Four Death Warrant Issued.. where points returning will via Jamestown, Hon. Bobeit W..Basis Bo t Want toGainesville fJ
*s# touched a grave they spend some time at Be Govepssor of PIorhJa.:1
Bi* bas (Miss Jefferson -
Bell.
1* There Is ,no death! An angel form ) the exposition. r
tfe* oevertiadowtesroTeroar Tallahassee July 19-. July 18. -Among the
Walks o're the-earth with silent Several
common loss"JTrfattosay. of the,cabinet are away at
ssso of "There ain't no nothing prominent visitors to thtq -
much no city Wed- ::
Hundred tread: : present. Mr. 'Holloway Is attending ,
? hearts are darkent18 He bears our best loved things away, write the meeting of the National Educa- nesday was Hon. Robert W. Davis :- '

$111.ed << deat*" And then we call them "dead," There to ain't no thought that comes I I tional Association at Loa Angeles, who spent a few hours here en..:route ----f'
-v me
1At' TT the influence 'I California; Mr. Ellis la attending the from Palatka to bin home In Tampa,, > -
Wbe leaves hearts all desolate
He, our In vain 1 think: with all my JJ
'
*ad been I grand lodge of the Knights The ,
apirit of.Pythias genial *
Bd ex-congressman formany "
was "
*! We He plucks ,our fairest sweetest What I had best to write to thee.!i -- ;'
f-* ; at Indianapolis; Mr. Knott is ;
death'riUbrinE visiting '
el her flowers; Tallahassee Is, fearfully dull-as::his brother years a resident of Gainesville '" ,
in ,
Tampa
Transplanted into bliss they now one forlorn creature expressed it"there's -| and has,many ardent friends and. admirers -< ;

ever shared the Adorn Immortal bowers. nothing to do, but chew the Death warrants were issued yesterday throughout this section. As.a '. =
fellowship from the executive office for the result he was i
Cbrlfitian kept busy shaking :
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bsr rag. and chew and chew. The
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The bird-like voice whose joyous supreme execution of four murderers
M el her hospitality court is busy George hands during his brief stay here.
clearing the
.w ; up
tones Mitchell Will Collier Ben
that the Cooper and When asked about the 'of j'hIa.
tier bear prospect*
docket.
,tea preparatory to the adjournment
stormed and Made glad these scenes of sin and Walter Tyson will be hanged in succumbing to the solicitations .
*( Bfe b been for the summer vacation early Brooksville .{
f abe whom we loved strife August 30th. Kemp .and desires of his friends to enter the '! '
that in August. A number of
tat opinionswere
Sings now an everlasting song Holt of Santa Rosa county. will be gubernatorial
from arm that race. Co!. Davis r**.
seed handed
outside Amid, the,tree of life. down this week most of hanged at Milton on the same date. plied '9:
,i fcold bee. Many them being criminal cases. The court :
The commission
to examine Indian l
has not "While I appreciate keenly the _
rtt vkoa tti news And when He sees a smile too brightOr heard oral arguments Tuesday in the War very ill
claims consisting of Hon. J. W.
interest manifested
with and fidelity of
-- Dtkea will receive it heart too pure for taint and Tampa-Ft. Brooke case which will I mytip
Knight, of Floral City Hon.1. H. '
streaming eyes. friends, t will not be a candidate for _
0MI sad tice. test the constitutionality of the re-
Harvell of Bagdad and Hon Charles .
governor. I have to with
gone Tampa
t Madison met here Wed
But she I my family for the practice of ray,pro.fession.
VM ever been. To dwell in Paradise.B the limits of the city of Tampa Hon.
( nesday. This is one of the several '! am well pleased with that \
__t the willow. W. A. Carter and John P, Wan re-
:rn unto ,that undying life, commissions created by the last legis city and its good people and will be 1
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rightful dreams presented the Ft. Brooke contingent.Hon.
I mator lature. Year after year legislatureshave content to remain : ]
They leave us but to come again; a plain citizen in
hart the rest, into which she, E. R. Gunby and Judge Glen, created these Indian war comI I
joy future time
devoting to
With we welcome them the same. my my proa. .;1
f Wed bands and the city of .
with Tampa.I missions. The
last evidently
jgri. affection's Except in sin and pain legislature esdou and friends You may say that ,
|r* BMfT to lift to ', am always glad to see Mr. Gunbyin had in mind this fact and at- I will not be a candidate and that Is :)

-te try sW met death tranquil Atid ever'near us tho' unseen Tallahassee and there are so many tempted to make this commission the about all that can be said la the,mat- .j

bv sata BiomiBS. and grad- the dear Immortal ,Spirits tread others here who share this feeling last of the series. The work of the ter."

|Iron. oar vision. Her go- For all the boundless universeIs that he, must surely leave the hills commission at this meeting was to

Pp- liM s departure to be withkfltofcti life, there is no dead. with a very comfortable feeUng'l organize and give out'a notice 'that The' Pensacola News enlightens u, '

fen to long a time been i{1 Without exception. Mrs all claimants must ,put in and prove on the subject and assures us of. its '!
"Grandma Porter" was a consecrated -
I yR. It VM like cutting loose best loved Republican in.Florida, and I their claims within a certain period own knowledge that Senator Mallory I
Christian *u" tender loving ,
i**) tan a land-locked harbor his friends at the capital always give of time, and that the commission will is beyond,..doubt a candidate for reelection "j

. ail! ssQ wit into a,broader. mother and a fond and faithful him the warmest of welcomes. I meet again September 17th to consider to the, United Mates Senate.h..

p M. No ward of mourning friend Nor better epitaph can be Governor Broward Mrs. Broward I these claims. tinder the act. no This makes the situation more inter. i

t i h"b': With confidence chisele don the tomb of a queen. She and their eight handsome daughters: claims shall be considered for which esting. j
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|d ttifc is. Him who owns all loved her children. and her friends Dorcas. Josephine. Enid, Elsie, Ella,I the general government has 1 not already .

j*Mis wd olive groves of better than she did herself and God Agnes Florida,and Elizabeth andgrsf'STowartrg I made an appropriation. As the J. W. Carver wishes to extend' -1

|H|IJETtTT 'marsl3als o rUtaA.crl hen's' sister Miss Elsie! g. .YemUlell.\Jf..I.4..D Day thanks to the good people of Live Oak .

_s at Mfees the dead she but seemed her greatest joy. Her Douglas left Thursday for their sum-! ment to the state except as a refund for their kina ssistance"andrt"tten- ',' -:'-l

ife sly awl shadow ud in life knew no shadow greater than the of moneys already paid out 'by' the ton to his son E. A. Carver In his ...01...!

t Mttthe realities of sorrows of other people which she peacefully and painless at nine state, there should 'be no further delay long illness. Friends and acquaintances -. '

Nrt always sought to bear. Her lips o'clock. On velvet sandals the mes- 'tn closing out the Indian war ac offered everything possible in ,:
: the of assistance and it has an '
J is MMfciTb' .were taught in the language ocharity senger entered so silently that the counts. way
stars go been much appreciated.
: ,her soul knew no sentiment closest watchers scarcely knew of his The commission to locate the burial very ,

fairer shore but love and her heart and hands presence,'and his touch was as gentleas 'place of Ponce de Leon In Porto -
lis N same ; FumersUDioa Meeting.There f*
III kwea's Jeweled crown were trained In bearing burdens. In_ the fall of snow. The last rays Rico, and to, arT&ndi possible, for will be a can meeting of the .-1 '

4 iwwraore.k .. sickness her touch was that of amother's of life's setting sun, fell across her the removal of his remains to_ St. Suwannee County Farmers' Union *

hand and In sorrow hersympathy face and every wrinkle was filled with Augustine named by the Governor: is with the Petersburg; Local Union on j,

' $4llAi Tie dust we tread was, that of a woman's glory. The last twitching of the as follows: Hon. Francis P. Fleming August 14th. A full delegation Is v, ;

iftMfttit the summer heart. But she has gone now. the muscles ceased. every expression of of Jacksonville Hon. Thomas J, earnestly requested. Let all the dele -' :

dews of the night have fallen upon care vanished, and wrapped in the Laud Brown of Tampa Right Reverend gates come. E. R.WISE *k

W awflaw.fruit her face. The lengthened shadow of serene mystery of death she went out John Kenny% Hon., A.. M. Taylor County Organizer S frniture
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tt sbim YMed towers.iisargaaise. her beautiful life has at last fallen with a smile. And when, the twilight and Captain Eugene Masters of St. .

.|- athwart the streets of gold. shall Come to us all as come it must, Augustine. This commission, will be xoncE. ,t

She was not unprepared when the when the evening star hangs close to permittel to pay its own expenses as for J
:0 __ F-aoss., they bear; I will not be responsible any !
w summons came. Like somefaith- the horizion. and our little vessels the law treating it carries no appro- "
4JtM 4a y'l4feair. debts Incurred or any acts of my wife ;'j i
.IlL".. o ful'sentinel that never knows at what shall push out across the bar, I ask priation.
who has left my place without any ,t
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moment the death-shot may reach his no more for myself, and no more for "

b*****! .\The leaves mat heart she held herself in hourly you than that we may meet her where H. P. John of Wellborn was here excuse of provocation
;. 15-dltwlt J. H ROGEES.Mr. '
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Ranges, Pianos, : Machinery
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Sewing '
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I <= stands, springs, mat .

; 's, pillars, dining chairs Standard Woodworking Machinery.

*tables kitchen safes Mills Lath.Mills, Excelsior JHorseshoeing
Saw Ills, Plaining Mills Shingle ,
ards, lounges couches Mills, Spoke and Handle Facto Ties-: Wood TurnIng MachInery,
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etc. >
Wood Yard Machinery
closets I
rockers etc. :
line Engines Saw Mill Machinery, Belting and Mill SupJies. -

V F are-sure to ha ye just Manufacturers of American "Permanite" Roofing. : GALLON

'fa inirniture at The Best Flint Coated No-Tar Ready to Lay Roofing. Send

ht'priCes; for SAMPLES and for the Asking.MANUFACTURING. Address Jas. A. Neal I,

AMERICAN Co Inc., ATLANTA GA.

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F ; .< ,.' _:' McAlpin and three-fourths mile of a good school. We solicit your page ;

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Leon County la Midst of Her ,Big Our PertJiIe !

Tobacco Harvest t ;;..S PEPPERSMOUNTAIN Outf its are tit .
Tallahassee Fla. July ':O.Leou"county .
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harvest, which promises to be both Stock of all M

bountiful and well paid for. The de-l t
HERBSTO NERYand make immediate
can shipmeat.
mand for tobacco was never so good| t
I due to the shortage of the filler crop' for Illustrated Catalog.Address.
St'i'i'ia FROM\
All.'WHO S
In:Cuba'and in some measure to the I MALSBY COW

strike of the Havana cigar makers. Indigestion Biliousness. KidneyTroubles I 41 :so FoesATid') IlL

The acreage in this county has been Rheumatism DyspepsiaDr I
doubled during the year and the proS- S@"'E.taElbhed 26 FeU" Sold agar!, ball mrTGon dollars 1rWf6 sf fovd
Pepper's Mountain Herbs comes lika the dawn of a new day- i
pect is that it will be'more than: dou- bnngu a new. healthy and happy lease on life. It is guaranteed
bled 'during the next year. Leon cure containing neither alcohol,. calomel nor mercury-simply a
pore, natural,vegetable remedy so cheap that it brings good health
county now has about: 200 acres un- within reach of all.T -

der shade, which will produce from laO fel <. for SL.OO. she sold In 2Se aad Gto MclasM. at.Hn Sid* Craak aa4 tess*
600 to 9'00'pounds to the acre. The da.ier..or >*Oed dir.ct fag price.. Writ lor TmlokUa infonaatioa In*.
STfAMPortable
price according to grade ranges between MOUNTAIN BJtJUI CO.. HaoXY111e. T...... :
e 60'cents and 85 cents some of S 1
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bringing a's.much as $1 a pound. The StationaryGasoline

crops in Gadsden.. Jackson and Madi-
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son counties Is. also heavy and the -
prosperity, which, promises to come C \ -. Ginning Machh sq. Sat tcyY
Shmjrle Mills, Con JH% & ,
to the tobacco farmers has created a
COLLEGE Outfits. Large stock[ os te
great demand for tobacco lands. COLLEGE PARK CA CONSERVATORY will be to mar ints+os# a s
which can now be bought in some sections
Mailary Bros. Machinery Co., iiiA ,.
Fill
fir as ,low a figure as |25, an College Coarse For Catalsgee &fail
with MMie, PaUtligAd InfornatloB Address
acre ranging upward to $100. .
Efecvtto 66H sew Jobs W.Calses.! Pros. -
probability e Bas s sat 10.07 K Was 8. Cox. Myt.
1. The, Is that the farmers
will pay all the initial cost with the

first year's crop. The moat of the i
NEGROES LTXCH NEGRO. Williams Xid ey Pill*. *
Florida tobacco is sold In York and
Lancaster counties of Pennsylvania, Hare :you neglected your Kidneys? ummerVactin
the great cigar manufacturing center. Imitating the Whites They Take Law Have :you overworked, :your nervous

The Sumatra leaf is 'grown here almost In Their Own Hands. system and caused trouble with :your

exclusively. It is used in the Olive Branch Miss.,.July 20.-An- kidneys and bladder Hare you painsIn

'manufacture of cigars that retail for drew Trice a negro accused of the loins, side back, groins and bladder Your Kitchen!

5 cents. murder of his mistress with_ an axe, ? Have you a flabby appearance
of the lace
.. was lynched here early today by thirty especially under
members of his own race. eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass
The'Doctor Away From Home When The negroes took Trice from .officers urine? If s0.. Williams' Kidney :Mils
Most eededr'Peo Don't swelter this
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who had arrested him and then will cure you-at Druggist Price 50c.
ie are often very much disap- killed his man and threw, his body into ..Williams Manufacturing Co.. Props.. summerwith the temperature '
pointed to find that their family physician the river. Cleveland O. Sold by Suwannee at 110. Get

is away from home when they Drug Store. apr-ljr a New PerfectionWick

most need his services. Diseases ROGERS' LIVERWORTTar Blue Flame Oil

like cramp c'l c.and.cholera morbus and Canchalajua ROAXOKE RIOTERS Stove and have a cool

require prompt. treatment* and have For: the complete cure of Coughs.. kitchen. The'NEW
Get Jail Sentences and Heavy Fines.
in II'any'Instances proven fatal be- Cold*. Asthma,and Bronchitis and all
fore medicine could be procured or a Lung complaints tending to Consumption Roanoke Va.. July_ 20.--J. F. Lester PERFECTION

physician summoned. ,The right way Liverwort,Tar and Wild Cherry, and Robert Bell Indicted on mis-

is to keep at hand a'bottle, of Cham- have for ages maintained an estab- demeanor charges, by a special grand Wick Blue Flame Oil Cwk-SU*

berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar- lished reputation as a standard-Cough Jury in connection with the riots of

!rhoea Remedy. No physician can Remedy. It contains no opium or last Saturday night when a mob produces a working flame instantly. Blue Same-='
better medicine for these
prescribe harmful drug can be given with pmashed all the Greek restaurantsand concentrated heat,no soot,BO dut. Oil is alwayt at s
diseases. By having it in the house safety to: children. Price 11.00. Sold shoeblacking places in town, level, ensuring a uniform flame. Made in three+** "jg
you*escape much pain and suffering by druggists. Williams' MTg Co. were today tried in Police Court. stove warranted. If not at your dealer .* r

.. and all risk. Buy it now; it may Props., Cleveland. O. Sold by the Lester was fined $50 and given six nearest agency for descriptive circular.
save life. For sale by Barclay: Suwannee Drug Store.
apr-lyr months in "istb.k-1*
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no
Groover and all druggists.
wky When you want a good, meal Bell was fined $25 and sentencedto A R .." Lamp .
thirty days in JaiL bold'"
)Ir. Cleveland a Sick Man.
call atMANER'8 Seventeen. the twenty men In- Jof brass throughout and beautifully ruckekeb
rlnceton N, J., July 20.-It Is dicted are charged with misdemeanors w constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled, .
stated here that ex-President. Cleveland RESTAURANT[ I I and will be tried in Police Court power; an ornament to any room. Every*aaL
,-who had an attack of acute indigestion The other three: are Indicted' for If not at your dealer's write to our nearest*SPff'

a few weeks ago,has not recovered felony and will be tried,in the higher STA\DAI9 IlL COMPMiT.INcoaro2AzsD .
from it as quickly as expect- Opposit Union Shed. Good serI I curt

ed._ It is hoped now that he_ will be vice guaranteed.


New able. : .Hampshire,to c',J.-go to- .-his. by summer the first,o home! Aug_In CHAS. MANKER. Prop. OLmIIONEYi 01' t.... ....,: ,.....-! '-.J..TAR:&....: ADVERTISE IN THE DEM!
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Supplies such ,as Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Sash, hers, Bliss, ;0; AIn Houses' i
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Screens and etc. fact everything that e
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under :::use terof materials limo..i thai ,
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the head of "Builders Uardware.". If you are going '

bbl cans deooratians because
: BUILD-- PAINT. It will geDeroaa portion of thia "knowbow"was used fax its mu-a

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The
2 +O+O+O+C SanitaiyWallGafin|
2 HARDWARE! HARDWARE!!
t :nm:: Ie..Jnorebeautifat.moreaanitary&Ddmthe .
O O O4O+O+OeO+O+O Oe O+O++O+OO+.o++O+O+-O+O+o+oo+o used.. And than any other form of waIl COTering e

." money to help A1abutine e Company. to throagh use A1abaatiue us. dntem." i

gently. than any other rm ever baa. That t
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"AJabastme.'OI1r home
means to
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ma terial. In
a eimpte way so as to
The '- secure effects that are at once artistic and a I
credit to your good taste. Visit our sure
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PAROJBtbekiadthitlut Suwansee- Hardware Co. ;

lIeaIIyR eflR SCREENS. That yon have been :


i .fs.nthlnteadiag to put in this Summer. Come _
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". : Maple roll.sad pulltoo.Emid bookoa kit(n for*CornnwAaff with- and see us about- it, and let us give yon J I

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N. E. THOMAS AAAAA'A4.AA..AAAAAAA&&AAAAAAA.A. NOTICE.
I Notice Is hereby given that the
r GO TO THE BEST SHOP. '
3 undersigned as administrator of the
.../ Estate of J. A. Adams deceased.will

& .n 'id DttJVERY Special Prices on Moving House- THE -SA BERG CARRIAGE V -O' KS. on Monday the 13th day of January.
- 3 1908. present his Touchers. receipts
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I.. I .. ""we. also Special Prices on Delivering. 3 I. --' and report of and for the Estate of
J. A. Adams deceased. and thereupon

,f.-: Buffing: Material. = Giving cur personal skifl and experience to the trade E apply far his final discharge a*
administrator: of the said estate.J. .
3 we are prepared to build, repair, paint and trim E H. WETHERLJNGTON.
iges for the Public. 7-5-6m Administrator.

3 Carriages Wagons, Buggies, Etc.
PUOWE 1* P. O. BOX. 6. I EXECUTOR'S OTICE.
= .. /1 TRY us. C Notice Is hereby gives that sixty
= t3y days after the first publication of this
notice I, as executor of and for the
RD MERGflNTILE GO. e. Sanberg Carriage Works estate of Jno. F. White deceased
will make my annual report and
DEALERS INMerchdQdise I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.MACHINERY.. file vouchers of said estate to tie
.YTYYYYYTYTYYYYYYTYYYYTYYTYYYYTTYYYYYTYYTYYYYYYYYT: Honorable J. N. Conner County
gal Judge at his office in the city of Lire 1
and ask that the
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HTKNITURE, COFFINS ETC W. C. WHITE. Executor. .
Live Oak Fla. July 5. 1907 dot
Portable and Stationary Engines and
Boilers SawMillsWood Working They Want W.J.Bryasu
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Produce Bought at Highest Machinery and i Supplies. Complete Jamestown. N. Y.. July i.-Commissioner -
line carried in stock. Liberal of Public Works James J-
Terms. Write for catalogue.
Market. Prices. { Hagan leader of the Fifteenth assembly
district of.new. York city
State Agents for the OLDS GAS came here today, accompaniedby
'" and GASOLINE ENGINES delegation of Tam

FLA:: ADDRESS All,COMMUNICATIONS TOMALSBY many a men and presented William J

MACHINERY COMPANY Bryan with a beautiful/engrossed set
of resolutions from the Democrats of
\ LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE 574. 22 OCEAN STREET. .
: tl e Thirteenth, Fifteenth and Seventeenth -
: ANY JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA assembly districts of New York

--- -- c.tj, declaring for him for the Democratic
nomination for the presidency

PI&1LUIthUJ1! OAYx "nnnt"t. "tfnnttnntr1-"t"t n'rnntfnnt'nntn'ntntnttn' ? ? in 1910.


;x l your Real Estate ADm. ISTlUroR'S XOTICE.
} orCASH Co
ROBBINS Mc6EHEE dis
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tributees., and all persons having
k..fpr
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the estate
> demands against
IE MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS AND FOUNDERS claims or
Sep old 'orn ewnddo8G ::f W. T. Mitchell. late of Sawanaee .
..: E ''MANUFACTURERS OF Castings in Iron, Brass and Bronze, == County, Florida. to present said
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\ .j :::: Machinery. == Park. Fla., within one year from the

aF LEY: l'I=E= Boiler reWred.repairs We and make shaped a specialty sheet work.of the Locomotives QUIck repair overhauled of broken.ply machinery and- ====I j this first notice publication will be of plead this notice ia bar of or t

I== or can substitute new parts Weare thoroughly eqw .=!allowance out tf said estate.
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i ROBBINS-McGEHEE CO. Live Oak, Fla. i I :'W. T. Mitchell. de t
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for the -St
,trees are being removed eree- Cocaine and all Drug DAN*

,.'uon of the largest_ block oa. Ohl..i Addictions; not only
From Saturday BaBy.. '' aVenue for Miss Emma Parshley.Haap treated but permanently SIO1tft, ._ -_ t v-

W. Whatley.: of Rocky Sink-waslere cured. .. ..NQ XN CV Drt- i,:
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,today'' trading. ; Gatlin and Mtss Leila are& .1y tech art- -

r James were married at. Alton Sunday =;a.::: atget5 .. _

Pi, P. Burnett. of LuraviHe washere Eld .W. A. Jordan officiating. tn. .,.m IA "e .- .
..eh 01 Lbladdsf pM- i
yesterday oa business.Rer. j:The Democrat extends congratulation U bar say er aD .t thee j
1 symptoms, 7UI'-.17
TV M. Webb,of Lafayette, was', The Snwannee Hardware Co., will I eaae. "reooT. M"

to the city yesterday. j i extend their store 5$ feet back:, twostries t DB. .c&B rs t

with electric elevator 10u.m laIn building of New Fenwick-an BACKACHE AND KXIWY|
A. J. and W. iL Ross of Rossburg. Ideal Sanitarium, Ab eYiUe. Louis- t
1. J. Mortis has the con- Complete CURS
were in the ,city today. i iI I j s[t tract for- the building of .same and iana.la Capacity equipment 125 modern patients.ihruout-, CUretJ 1.aJDbaCe. lUiemaatIInI

[will begin' within twenty days. luxurious in appointment,brass bedat.eads.OtumoormaUre.ses and !tBr hht'. DtaeS.. W* cI.oD" .
Wilson and Miss Emma Wilson,i|I phones ak yon to take not the.rt TOOT k-i_* ta._I _
ear
Ir thruout, eta No Hroscine used, no r.1Ded7C1- R1lsttaaletl
C-Macedonia.: were In the city shop-f II r .y wW be refunded. IWa't wait
I CoL Frank Drew and his entire harsh methods or padded cells. Only actliMr day. bottl .t Tear j N mi[
ping today i family left this m-ruing for the approved agents CT treatments used. duga, W.OOFor mallsis..soolarge j jtec .
Nervous Neurasthenia]
prostration ( .
mountains of North Carolina. Mr. successfully ated. Endorsed by the
J. :M.. S, J.. E. R.. and H. n.1
of New
Drew will be absent for a week GovernorArchbishopUavor Sale by the Live Oak Dr
Brown of the Rocky Sink Orleans, e t e. Highest references. gTf ,
while the'remainder of the family
Write .
were trading in the city today I! month today.FENWICK
will remain there, a or six
II I SANITARIUM'AUUBVILLE.
Firm Tuesday's Daily. -' I II'I f weeks. --- LOUISIANAA

Rufus Griffin, of O'Brien is here today I f Live Oak Bottling W
on business. i' The contract for building the Child's Awful Death.

,i I Pleasant Hill school house was (Perry Herald.)
awarded by Superintendent J. E. Tuesday a distressing accident occurred
O. M. Cross and_ family, ,of Porter i I R. H. Holmes Pro.p.IVIanufacturcrs
Wood, to W. M. Timmermon. his bit at the home of Mr. Clint Mc- ,
Stall n, visited friends here yester i
being the lowest bid made, consideration Golre about three miles from town
day.
t IS5.00. Work will begin on ty: which his four-year-old boy was
and bottlers of The F-..
G. Gaylardwife and daughter r f.the house as soon as the material can horribly burned Tuesday evening
his death Wednesday nee Springs Ginger Ale Coca Cola Iron ...
McAlpin were In the city trading to- be placed on the grounds. causing early .

day. t morning after passing the intervening Mellow, Raspote and Ginal Lemon, Root ...,

Miss Hattie Dickey, of Jacksonville time In the most intense agony. It late:, Cream Soda Sherry, Vanilla, Pain Ofa,3 ]'

S. P. Hollenrake. Agent Fla. Railway nd Miss Lizzie Clark of Lake City seems that the parent of the child Tob.

at Perry was here today en who have been here for some time tad left it alone in the house while

the guests of Miss Annie White returned they attended to duty distance t
business.R. some a Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. FiJt.end..]
to their respective homes this away-They had been away quite a
tilled my water pipe is connected with the l luge kI
P. Hopkins returned last evening morning. During their stay here while when they were attracted b> distillery. -

from Atlantic Beach where he they have Justly been the recipients ot: Ue screams cf the child Hastily re-

attended the South Eastern Freight many honors and they expressed... turning they were horrified to find la every respect my plant is entirety u -to-dat., beaf spat* J,

Agents convention.. themselves to the reporter this morning his clothes burnt off him and he In Electrical power.
We are prepared to furnish these goods to all deafen h tie
as having been royally: entertained the greatest agony from burns extending Aft

J.M. Strickland has purchased the while here. They have made many from the knees to the chin.

C. A. Groover store! house and will lasting friends here and it is to be' From indications apparent then !t YOURS FOR BUSINXM: t

move in the same in-a few days Mr. hoped they will son repeat ,their seemed the child had been playing

Groover will occupy the storehouse visit with a box of matches which became 1 Live Oak Bottling W(

2.... :' oa the opposite aide of the street. Ign ted and set his clothing fire. A

ohysican was summoned. but despitehis

Miss Conway. the trained nurse, fOR SAL( efforts the child lived until Wednesday R. H. HOLMES, Proyrkto. A

came up from Fenholloway Saturday morning when death relieved '

where she was nursing Wm. Gates' its sufferings. We tender our condolence P

daughter. .162 Acre Farm I to the parents who are well John B. Stetson Univ
nigh heart broken in their sore be- <

John Brooker of McAlpin was in the reavement.If .
75 in cultivation. Well
acres FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCSG&S
city t-day and says his town Is thrive .

ing, Mrs. Brooker accompanied him improved. On route No. 3 the old brindle cow should-get DELAND, FLORIDA C

and Miss Minnie Lou Foss returned out. many a daddy would walk the
Affiliated with the University of CbofO
about five miles from Live streets half the night looking for her.' o
with them today to week.
spend a rfversity
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s COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.-Th. standards an tt- s
Oak. but let a twelve-year-old kid fall to ct Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their 4 From show up and the old guy retires for Stetson and Chicago See the Chicago and Stetsoa eatak p.
Tuesday's Dally. COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduatea of this College are |4.&*4.
\ .. to the night without even an anxious
.., Apply
R. L. Bonnell. of Rocky Cut. was tie* law in Florida without examination
thought.. We dare not be hopeful URl. C C
in the city today on business.E. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL Of
J. A. DeBerry.Big over the future of the human race ad Mechanical. Civil. Electrical Engineering and Manual Trti&l'
leading to degrees. Fine new building costly qalpm.*t.
long as father and mother think
more COLLEGE OF BUSINESS--Banking la all its W&KhL
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R.
Wise of Rlzford is in the
Picnic of rounding up a $15 cow or a $5 by best methods Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective tw9(fit 1
city today. There will be a picnic at Antioch shoat than'they do ot corralling their other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious U1WU.
PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduate! prepared tt tam
church on Saturday before the 4th sons and daughters. In many places Yale Princeton Cornell. Michigan Chicago and all InklaII O*\*

F rter Griffin of O'Brien.was here Sunday in July which will be 'the the young folks have a dangerousway NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.. K1.4erprtta" II a
today. 27th of tramping the streets or warming building 2, Primary and Grammar School. separate ba S
Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.
Evereybody,. invited. Nothing will ,a bench in the park until the stars MUSIC SCHOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ a dotes PS*
L. G, Green of Luravllle. is in the be spared to make the day one oi grow dim.-Gainesville Sun. building large faculty thorough courses of study. '

city today. pleasure. Rev. C, A. Ridley will ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts model S1'w-
t Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and Instructorsgrees
tte A dispatch from Valdosta
preach : dedication sermon. Cot says that TaX
; from the University of Chicago. Harvard.
; Constable Morgan, of Wellborn Carter and B. F. Umstead and others the inauguration of prohibition In umbia. Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bowdoia CVsall' ps

was here yesterday will deliver !1ddre&se.. C>arL"e, Bou- that city has not unsettled values or University of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities.***sa
$900.000.00 in buildings and equipment nearly a qvart sly
;
nell the expert dispenser o( good has any of tile
depressing effects so b t
edowment; an endowed library of over 13,000 volumes a .
Rev. A. Bond of Lanier, was here things has been secured t*> dispense confidently predicted by the people with costly furnishings including stained glass wiadows 1 l.-- "*

yesterday on business. cold drinks and otter refreshments.The opposed to it during the recent wet a 10000.00 pipe Organ a Gymnasium with complete apps
t object of the occasion is to closed Athletic Field. running track. tennis courts baseball >>
I and dry campaign th*.re. Most of gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other sport; s g'r|
: Eld. Wiggins went to Peacock to raise funds to clean off and otherwise 1 r
the saloon Ings for for CM
men will go into other men and women; ten large laboratories JI.IIU1'tf
day. ernament the cemetery the last rest- lines of business right Bacteriology. Mineralogy and Biology; several large m..ftftSl*
.' Ing place cf so many of our departed i there and electric lights, electric bells steam heat cement walks .** r.#
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nearly $300.000 will be put into sodal. 11.* *
new avenues spacious shrubbery and trees;
f jrs- D,. E. Home and children returned loved ones. Everyb dy come. campus U4: *
and Christie
other
buildings there right away. Closing students clubs; star lecture courses; P
: from Branf-rd last evening. C, H. B3INSON. the tartan teaching. The location is beautiful and healtahl.are asd CI
saloons in
a town Pt's
never
A. K. EVANS Com yet hurt low. For catalogs view and information address tM rj
the trade of. the town; the invariable LINCOLN MirtJ Y.. PbJ. !* *. _.
G. H. Dorman. of Houston, was
effect is to Improve It.
f: here yesterday on his way to Perry. Mrs. John Miller and children; of _...--.
Jacksonville who have been here a Best Medicine la the World for Colic

,Mrs. M. E. Lee. of Lake City whoa week on a visit to her parents* J. D. and Diarrhoea."I .

has been visiting at Mayo, was here Bozeman and wife returned home find Chamberlain's Colic. Ch..l-

yesterday on her return home. this morning.H. era and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the
best remedy in the world" says Mr.
S t
Capt W. J. Hillman was register E. Barcu' of Terrell is in the C. L. Carter of Sklrum Ala. "I am
city visiting relatives and friends. subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last _
i ed at the Aragon in Jacksonville 4A
Everybody is always glad h see Harry spring It seemed as though I would
r l yesterday. in Live Oak. de. and I think I would if I hadn't

Take the Postmaster's Word for It. taken Chamberlain's Colic Cholera

f;; Mrs.' H. J. Morris and son,, who Mr. F. M. Hamilt-nt postmaster atCherryTaie. and Diarrhoea Remedy. I havenl

::.' have been visiting in Georgia, returned Ind.. keeps also a stock been tr ubled-with it since until this

; ,. home today. of general'me handlse and patent week when I had a very severe attack .iTIS
and took half a bottle of -
"" medicines. He says: "Chamberlain's the

f.' Rev G. N. Trawick and wife oi, Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy twenty-five cent size Chamberlain's -
is Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reedy Mean $ $ made to all who
,_ Lafayette, were here yesterday ont I standard here in its line. It
( never fails to and this morning 1 feel like anew
t I give satisfaction and sty
business. buy or wear them. In
man. For sale
we could hardly afford to be without by Barclay &

:tf: Ed Clayton and wife of Peacock It." For sale by Barclay & Grove Groover and all druggists. ease and durability, Shield Braid a-

and all wq toe
druggists the marie of perfection.
k.; were here yesterday en route to Porter's wky U .OLD BY BDI.I"Bl.e PICRGfvlMTC O$,1

J Station.j Misses Hattie Lou and Whitley
t: M. C. KISER CO.b11
I.OST-Pair gold spectacles pro- Dickinson, of Madison who nave

D. Poole. of Rixford. was her bably in Live Oak Bank Book store been visiting,White Springs for sometime ATLANTA, CA.i .

i today. He said they were holding t L or E. A. Burdick's store or near by are guests o{ the family o f

fine meeting at New Hope and greai,t Finder will be rewarded. E. R. their uncle H. A. Blackburn for a _-

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THE SV WANNEE DEMOCRAT; {FRIDAY, JCMT 28, 190?.

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Frames Made to Iastittitie s" fer: Hgte --
J. 8- Brown, of New- 'We.keep a full supply of Et _
'' ad business. new and second hand school Order, .:
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.: were today i "
...-' ii i Books Slates, Chalk, and University of theFlorida Female 1 a Otfcge : ;
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> Tablets. Teachers Books II ... "
peacock was State of '
of I & Florida '''
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""- }. Stationery. Special. attention -
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N4- I ders for fiive dollars Expressfree tt Gainesville Tallahassee, Fla. .oj

: ; ,;S rst.. of Rossburg. was hereof Sander's Primers in 'ltda. jB.ook E- titw3mf Fla. j
when need ---
I stock
tod&r. you anything '
r '- call on usWolfe A high-grade
institution
I' for
tan. f A College for !
mod. Kirkland Sta- t: young men offering Literary. Women"without
a parallel in the
I'' South embrac
iirto iTttrdty trading today. j jk :and ttifc Pedagogical Engineering Courses.Agricultural f !g College of Liberal Arts a ,
School for
Teachers a School of
of Wilmarth. istry THE SECRET Strong Faculty; well equipped
OF Industrial
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Skelton t Arts school
... I4). laboratories a of fine
business.J. I' A I, ; thorough instrucarts,including piano pipe ,
oa_ on Corner BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXION tion both theoretical and praetiviolin.. voice culture elocution organ
1.1 cal; carefni
Is In the supervision and discipline and Physical (ulture
i2 (111I., Cf Rossbur& j 1 ,
1L ;high moral tone. A Faculty able
; I L NOW REVEALED No tuition specialists in
Tranford Notes. charged to Florida I all departments.
[t'y I i Mrs. T. S. Leak and children, of FREEWhat students. Other expenses very Tuition free.
Klrkland. wasaytoLake Charges for
r;L. C.. : $Bo&tr4ht- City Boston. -Co., are visiting the family beauty Is more desirable than low. For catalogue and worspecial instruction' in Fine Arts

:... bedy OD his of .Z.r. H. A. Irey.__ ', an exquisite complexion and elegant mation- address reduced toa mmimtiT New

lead tile Baptist convention. i I I ilrs. D. E. Horn and little Louise Jewels. An opportunity for every women ANDREW SLEDD. buildings in course of, construc

I hand r to obtain both, for President tion. Write for Catalogue.
and baby Isabel, are spending": few a limited,
yL Lanier aDd Miss Maud A. A. .
MURPHREE
L. time only' ,
days at the home of R. E. Kemp.
Lakr,of LanIer Station went The directions and PresidentFor .
recipe for ob-
:Misses Jessie and Lose Ran. of

I Lake CItY yesterday.rs Macon, ,,'Ga.. are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. taining a faultless complexion Is the ,
secret. long guarded by the masterminds "
< J C. Dais and J. H.per. W. M. George. of the ORIENTALS and " " 'i'A8i..e.'... ........." ....,. '
Democrat E J.. Irey. of Tampa, Is on a visitto
eall rs at the GREEKS.
home folks this week.: Edgar Is
tUi morning. This we obtained after years of
{ ,an old Branford boy but for the past work and at great expense. It Is the

Bum. of Savannah, is Tllt' :four years .has been connected, with I method used,by the fairest and most Sale Rixford!

1er fter._ Mrs. E. R. Wise, at Armour & Co., with headquartersat ,I beautiful women of Europe.

Tampa. Hundreds of American women who

i i A delightful hay ride was i now use It have expressed their de- I

ettftty commissioners=will re- roned by :Mrs.1 W., M. chape-l l light and satisfaction. '
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ussioa several days equalU- Thursday night. Those In the i This secret Is easily understood Farifi.T
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s L The full board is present were: Misses Lottie and JImmIe 1]{,and simple to follow and it will save : :..

Green Estelle Kemp Jessie and r you the expense of cream, cosmetics

Sift. went to Lake City to Louise Ran Messrs. E. J, Ivey. Eu- !bleaches and forever give you a Rixford Farm 373 3-4 about 120 ,
I K. :beautiful complexion and free acres acres under fence, .86;acres under
tM Bptl t convention this gene Greene, Grover Puterbaugh and I I skin from pimples bad color black-your under cultivation. Farm is well watered with lakes abounding in & Large .

Dr. ParnelL heads, etc It alone fa'worth to dwelling tennant house, blacksmith shop large barn and a store with a good
Mrs. F. H. George entertained the you established business trade.A .

BaHentine, of Laura U1e.We young folks at her home Saturday I!send many for times the price we ask you-to fine Pecan Grove of bearing trees is also included. ,
.1.1. the
genuine diamond
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t ring
Water which is used for and
.drinking cooking is good freestone water froma
visit to her evening. ,
I today on a of latest design.
drilled well 82 feet deep.
,&r. Barclay and wife. Mr. R. A. Ivey and family Dr. P.II We will sell yon this ring as one The farm is an ideal place for stock, truck and general crop raising. Will
A. McIntosh, Mrs. T. S. Leak,' and,small profit above
manufacturing sell cheep with or without stock

|fe yMft* Peek of Luraville. is Mrs. F. H. George, are making preparation -J cost. The price Is less than one half F. Kunert i

i wsy visiting relatives and to spend a.few weeks at Cedar 'what others charge. The receipe is :.i f

Keys and enjoy the gulf breeze .free with every ring. R. F. D. No. 4.
It Is a genuine rose cut diamond y 41

Conner Bryson hag sold his Interest :ring of sparkling brilliancy absolutely Live Oak -
!,L tether, of Wellborn, was I Flonda.1
in the firm of'Brown & Bryson. guaranteed; very dainty shaped like
4u., He reports,the lands
wood contractors for Atlantic Coast :a Belcher with Tiffany setting or .
[ Y Ne. I. water standing In From Daily. C. W. Duckworth of '
12KL Thursday's Houston.
Line railway to Mr. C. H. Brown andJ. gold shell at your local JewelerIt was
fleece eif&t feet deep. yould cost considerable more than Porch Lanier. of Rossburg. was here yesterday on his way to Tal- 'I
H. Tucker the business will be
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continued ,I $%.OO, ,. -.. .- here today. bottan; Ga.Wash .
under the name of Chas.
4t a amber of our Baptist We mail you this beautiful complexion i
H. Brown & Co. Mr. Bryson will COn- i
i fittt Live Oak are In Lake i recipe free when your order Geo. Gamble of Lnravllle. Is here Fletcher has sold his farm i
tinue with the firm at a salary. Mr.
F W f. Titey go as delegate to I Is received for ring and |2.00 in today trading. at O'Brien to Mr. McCall. of Jasper.,, i
Bryson is a hustler and makes a good
,4 i alM aessien of the State con- : money order stamps or bills. Get and will move to Live Oak.
!Y.h Beets there tonight wood man, but prefers to know each 1 I your order In before our supply Ii J. A. Ross and wife visited Kirk-

' day just what his labor amounts to, exhausted. this week. Miss Abbie Goff. of Plnemount, who
i At fttr** of assuming control land and Rossbnrg .
!t1 <1sIhIe property recently given hence the change.A I This offer Is made for a limited has been visiting Miss Alice, Carlton

fslAsf. of the State by Lake time only as a means of advertising Miss Abble Ramis went to Pine- here, left for her home In Pinemoant f

,- 1 k.rd.f. trustees will be Lucky Escape. ; and introducing our goods. mount today on a visit to her brother today. Both are mutes; the latter '

the thunder storm Sunday Send today before this opportunityIs visit from her home
ei sad mry possible effort put During being here on a

i r.am the college open for evening July 21st lightning struck forgotten T. ,C. MOSELET R. O. BODD lI, of Rocky Cut. and in Island Grove to her 'sister Mrs.
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32 East 23rd Stret.
ra t *f October 1st. Rev and the large ,barns of C. E. Duckworth, tf New York City. H. Wlmby. of the same place were i A. W. Pope.

: L ilsey. Prof. J. H. WalL&Mrt.Mrs. who ,lives two miles north ,of Live In the city today. I

fi+! C .N. Hlldreth, Oak. and tore the south end of the I Harry Taylor: wife and little son I

Mi s es are among those la barn Into splinters. The lightning YOUR WRINKLES REMOVED Jack Green of Cypress Lake, was I left for Dexter FUu, this morning,

even run down a post of a stable FREE;Information of a simple here today shaking hands with his where they will make their future I i

method which every wo- Mr. Taylor has been employed -
where friends. home.
a mule was shut up; one of many
doa. the horses was slightly shocked but man can use to drive away wrinkles, here f-r some time in the different I

blac :heads pimples and give a fine Is hew and his family
The Mrs. Bembry of McAlpin railroad offices, and he
(lit seems to be getting all right. "
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NBon there Is nothing rosy color to the cheeks and a beautiful visit to the family of C. H. have hosts of friends here who will '
a
m* a two little boys were at the barn at on J
C&amberlaln's Stom- complexion to the face. Simply
u..r the time, but luckily escaped injury. Brown. regret their departure. i
TIletL They always send names of 2 ladies Interested and
e S sit The forage In the upper story of the
a. movement of the
p the name and address of your druggist 1. STRAYED.One .
.i sit Hy disagreeable ef- barn was on fire, ,but.by speedy as- we will mall 2 valuable booklets Will Ferguson of near Houston Face Sorrel horse

*** >* .Samples free.* sistance the fire was stopped before with information. Write to-day this ,the proudest man in Suwannee coun- Blaze short pony tall g-t '
with a has three white feet
him
siMMS r* ra rer and all druggists any damage was done. is a bargain. ROYAL COURT CO.. ty. His wife presented r w-2t
loose with harness on.
+. wky "One Who Was Present. If 78 Fifth Ave.. New York. fine daughter Tuesday.

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36 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 45c. 27 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, all Colors 40c. '


; :a= J.9 Inch Wash Silk, White only 20c. One thousand yard Val.. and Round. "
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'."' t .Thread Lae 6 J-2c. Values going at 4c. 32 Inch Madrass 25e value going at J5c.


-_< '.' 30 Inch Madrass Stripe figures 20c values going at We.

with red border only 25c.
bleached
: OIr,1'housand yards Embroidery 5c. to I5c. 25 Doz. Towels 45 24 extra weight

':ToJQne Quarters Gold Medal She sting 81 Inch wide only 25c. 25 Doz. Towels same as a ;

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: I corporation can at any time be sub i (3) feet deep across the northern &S,.......
I I I burial
jected Is twenty-five hundred dollars. part of he Parshley family
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ARTICLE VII. I ground as now enclosed within the :: DR. L. M.

LIVE OAK BANK I That the names and residences of iron fence enclosing the same and tit _
the subscribers to the capital stockof I which Is Included within the above : OltirtTttTA
this corporation, and the amount i description. }; -
LIVE pAK. FLORIDA | subscribed. by each are as follows: I And you will then and there show h uKTuDt, t"a" ces* ate&;;'
E. R. Wise, Live Oak. Fla.. R. F. I why the same should not be taken y WO 4ir N'ILUWIa
Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000 & D. No. 4, ten shares.. for the uses and purposes set forth In 4
H. F. DEXTER, President. ri. A. HIXI.Enf'C"oPl"f'Sldf".... S W. C. Bevan. Live Oak. Fla.,. R. F. I the' petition or else you will be h om... .....

(:. I>. RLACKWELL, Cashier. H D. No. 2. ten shares.R. barred. tS4S fif6
-.. J. Allen. Live Oak Fla., 8F Witness the Hon. Bascom H. Palmer ,
t D No 4. five shares Judge of the Circuit Court, 8..-
T A. Mikell Live Oak. Fla.. R. F. wannee County Florida as also J. J. M. PRICE I."
D. No. 4, ten shares.J. W. Bryson its clerk and the seal of
rg DOLLARS DO THEIR DUTY J M. Hingson Live Oak. Fla.. R. said court at the courthouse In Live -
D. No. 2, five shares. Oak Suwannee County Florida this PHYSICIAN :um:
s ant earn.something for their own. IF. 10th day of June A. D. 1907.
J. T. Ward Live Oak. Fla., R. r F.
(Seal) J. W. BRYSON. Orltta 7ii1* #
1). No. 4, ten shares.E. .
era when they are placetl at Interest -
Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee County LI DfltCi!"![ 9toffi.e
R. WISE. Florida.
4: In a good savings bank. By W. c. BEVAN CARTER & McCOLUTM is R.ar.f feet

: R. J. ALLEN Attorneys for Petitioner.
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all f
dollars
to
means put your :. I
f T. A. MIKELU3t N I 'I' ...Odlrle .K.h G.S tAJersM .-
work at a good rate of Interest M. HINGSON. ,Resolutions I" +
% _;: I J. T. WARD. It is with a sad and heavy heart i CPhyskslan6
by placing them in the Lire Oak \ I'
: Sute ot Florida, =, we drop a ,tear to the memory of our
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Bank. j I Su*=.nnee County. much beloved brother. L. K. Kem-
? Before me. J. B.,Johnson, a notary I u.. --.it...
public for tte State of Florida at merlln who on the night of the 29th I
J. C. BaWa'l'-
: large, personally, came E. R. Wise, of March. 1907 after a long, illness Office over
LIVE OAK BANK W. t:. Bevan. R. J. Allen T. A. Residence plaoee
in the presence of a few sorrowing Hani KU
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Mikell. M. Hingson and J. T. Ward.
,4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID OX SAVINGS DEPOSITS
breathed
friends his last.
who ese being duly sworn Sara that 5
I I 11111. they 1 aTe ueard read theforegoing In the winter he became identified E.Rose.e.... ** t

'- .- - articles of Incorporation, and that with the Fanners' Union a; Rlxford. RO ERSON &

COPY OF ORDER FOR PL'BLICATION. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR- they each signed same for the par- and was a strong advocate of the

LETTERS PATENT. I I poses thereiii mentioned and stet of the organization and remained -
In The Third Judicial ('lreuJt.court. principles ATTORNEYS -:- T..tt
in and For Suwannee County, Flor Notice is hereby given that the forth. firm to the order till the time t

Ida.State. .. undersigned will,,on the 20th day of :l Sworn to and subscribed before me of his death. He believed In carry win do "
of Florida ) Aug.. A. D. 1907. apply to Hon. N. I this 16th day of June A. D. 1907.J. Federal C<*aa
out the of the order -
nwannee County.) ing principles
D. H. Wilson. ) B. Broward. Governor of the State of B. JOHNSON. BOOM I AKLIVE > tUr lrsl t4't.oxs
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the people would be benefitted mor-
Plaintiff } Florida for Letters Patent incorporating Notarr Public State of Florida. $a naPv
vs. )CiTiI Action by At- "The Union Milling and Sup- ally socially and financially. oa[.

J, W. Hosfoid ) tachment. ply Company"* under the following We feel In the death of Brother
l>efendant.Wl ) articles of incorporation: ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
E. R. WISE.W. Kemmerlln that Rlxford local has JIlt" t
B.
*>reas. D H. Wilson as plaintiff t. Notice to .creditors, legatees, dis J.
in sa.d cause has obtained an attach- C. BEY AN. lost a friend and a brother and the
ment out of "the,above named Court R. J. ALLEN tributees and all persons having loss we deeply deplore, and while we ATTORNEY AHLIVE CORULI'i
issued on,, to-wit: 31st day of May. T. A. MIKELL. claims or demands against the estateof otK.ru11*
J. :M. HINGSOX. feel sad over the loss of our brother
L 1907 against tbe estate of the said J. R. Newlan. late of. Suwannee
}. defendant J. W Hosford. which attachment J. T. WARD. we wish to extend our deepest heart- -Offiw IB \\"bfp (ta1kIIC
has been levied upon the Articles of Incorporation.. County, Fl rida, to present said aa
;- following described property of the ARTICLE I. claims or demands to me at Dowling felt sympathies! to the sorrowing

<4 ,etcndant t-One-eighth und'vld-! The name of this corporation shall nark Florida within one year from brothers and sisters and may the M. E. BROOME.

*. ed interest In and to that land lying be The Union Milling and Supply tie tr.t publication of this notice God of glory comfort them in their iC'1J'
and being in tie .o.nty of Suwannee Coiapanj," and its principal place of Attorn ty ul t .
and State of Florida.,and more partI-'I business shall be In Suwannee County. or this notice will be plead In bar of great sorrowing. LflIOLW11 .f

cularly described as follows, to-wit: State of FlorIda. allowance out of said estate.W. Resolved That we place a page of
South half of the northwest quarter ARTICLE II. In all the* : t
A. NEWLAN I our Minute Book to his memory ]practice |
and the northeast quarter of the' That tie general nature of the attention P* *
outhwest quarter of section four (4),' business of said corporation hall be Administrat r of estate of J. R,. Reseolved Second that we senda state. Special:; of Itad"tI

township fire (5), south of rangeI1ftt'eD' Siw Milling, C tton Ginning, GristMill N f5). east; said property held and-dealing In General Mer business promptly stse> .
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In common with A. T. Hosford of said andise.and Farmers' Supplies;; and --..-- -- one to the Jasper News, and ask arNoWT hb CStISa'
county; for the au'm of one hundredand tbe Manufacture of C..Utc Beta Fri NOTICE.To the same'to be published.
twenty-four (124.00 dollars ducts. Emma L. Parsbleyras executrix
R. J. ALLEN d
founded on a promissory note. Whereas ARTICLE III. ol and for the estate of Nancy MParsLIey .I Learn the ArtMILLIN
it appearing from affidavit that T1 e amount of capital stock of this deceased H. F. Airth and G. W. SHIVER...
the said defendant is absconding concealing -I corporation shall be Five Thousand the Suwannee ,Hotel Co., a corpora- J. M. WILLIAMS.
himself and that he resides
out of the limits of the State of Flor- Dollars divided Into five hundred Dollars tion and to all persons interested in Committee.
shares c-f tbe par value of Ten
ida: it Is. therefore ordered that the each. The said capital stock or having liens upon the property In July 18, 1907. sactft'ftW"
said defendant. J. W. Hosford and st.itll be paid in lawful money of the" this notice described Greeting: ft mean a '
otter persons who are Interested are United States. I You and each of you are hereby required ------ A dignified. P*+t.1e Mduite
hereby required to appear to the action ARTICLE IV. to appear in our Circuit Court 1 K.N M I' jticutars.
on the fifth day of August. 1907. .I at the Court house in Live Oak s, V'-riU.1I4 s.
Tbat the term for which this cor R. H. LOVIER
the same being the Rule Day of the Florida on the 6th day of August .
paid Court at the omce of the Clerk poration shall exist thall h9 ninety'J 11907. In that certain cause wherein American Scher yfMILLINERY.

of tho said Court at the Court house-- nine years the City of Live Oak Florida is
iihe said County, atve Oak ARTICLE V. petitioner and you are respondents ?
Florida. Unless you so appear. The business of said corporation I and wherein it is sought to condemn .
judgment will be rendered against flail be conducted by a President and appropriate for public use as a
,you, and your property sold for debt. Vice President clary-Treasurer: I street the following described piece: :
It is further ordered tbat this order and a board of six Direct rs. That I and parcel of land lying and being SavaflrJ. c5eedS1.
be publisbed once a week for two ,tbe board of' directors shall be elect-: situate In Suwannee County Florida, e -..
months immediately preceding said ed annually by tbe stockholders and to-wit: a.

drp in the Suwannee Democrat a tile oCicem of said corporation shall Beginlng at a point on the eastern
weekly newspaper published in said be elected: at the annual meeting. of boundary line of Ohio Avenue in tb* s_
County and State. tie board f f directors to be held ont I City of Live Oak. Florida directly op- f
Witness my hand and seal of said ) e first Saturday in August of eac" I posite the northern boundary line
Court this 31st day of May. 1907. i year. The first election shall be held I of Wilbur Street as it now stands,.on J
(Seal) J. W. BRYSOX. in August. 1907. That, until tie first' the western side of Ohio Avenue and '
'_ Clerk of the Circuit Court. f election: under this charter tile business run from thence at right angles with WATCIE
: -t'* Suwannee County Florida.W of said corporation hall be conducted Ohio Avenue eastward 1.032 feet to
t H. WILSON. by R, J. Allen. President; w. White Street In White's Addition to PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER
Attorney for Plaintiff. 67EmuFarmers' C. Sevan Vice President;' T. A. th edty of Live Oak, Florida thence
Mikell, Secretary-Treasurer; and the south along the western boundary Over t roes
Union Delegates.
Board of Directors shall be: E. R. line of said White Street fifty (50) thirty years exper
Delegates to the next session of the Wise W. C. Bevan R. Allen T. feet,, thence west parallel with the aese sC
County Union at Clayland will please X. Mikell. J.' M. HJngson. and J. T. first boundary line above, 1,032 feet ience. All work guaranteedR.
days session: The Ward. to Ohio Avenue thence north along
go prepared for two ARTICLE VL the eastern boundary line of Ohio H. LOVIER. ?leffm tom'
meeting will be llth of July That the highest amount of Indebtedness Avenue, fifty (50) feet to point of ea tsw

;', :. E. R. WISE. president. or liability to which thLs beginning; excepting therefrom thru LIVE OAK. FLORIDA, ai.rs :4d.

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HIa of the state, a credit to the peo,'..ewhomake i W::T. McARTHUR, J. 1:. sc rtipJI IiTt'IM. ,.:
Irvin. ;
''' to bar- .. ;,It, and it.destined, tojstHl Vice-Presidentj,. B. A. Uc.THUR.. GeD'.L .ger < -

president .ofCompany the farther credit and honor (!Iti; .

7.It ; and pursues its establdsied', ,course.--j t

ocrat g ; has resigned.. Tampa Tribune.* "rr SEA ISLAND
"CJ. COTTON '
T. He has solda1od1 f __ 'I GIN CO.
II.of his Inters F, Sherwood, has resigned as of;

Irvin who was elected president of the Lire Oak Publishing

.t#i meeting of the board oMr. Company and, managing editor of I VIDALIA. GA., U. S'' A. '$ '

Sherwood was led to Tho Lire Oak Dally'Democrat '
being .
through the Illness of succeeded by'Charles W. Irrln. Maunfacturer of the Famous Foss DoublehollerSEA
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.ft He had to .
Sherwood's resignation was
order get ,
fT north to
family .
etle conditions for the by the illness of ..his'son, Frank ISLAND COTTON GIN

Democrat. Later hew whose condition required that he be f

pile the M.hH presencewith taken to New; Mexico or Colored The Most Datable, Most Rapid and the Most

-wg necessary and now John Sherwood has long-been Identified Perfect. Lint Preserving : :

childwill have to be with lie newspaper fraternity Gin on the Market' -
tthe i
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orNew Mexico: Florida and it Is sincerely hoped,! that Guaranteed to
4to
0rsdo gin 6 Bales
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ltd fc5oV charge as president his retirement will be onl temporary.The a Day at Ordinary Speed. ::Has Ginned ':

sty i1th the tone of Monday State press can ill afford his permanent as Many as Twenty-One in Three Days ._? *" ','

*l t toiy that though retirement for,besides beingone .. Foss'DoubleRoHer i
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s-to g to the state. he has of the best newspaper men, he < Gins Require but Little More Power and no More ':,

1 bit life In the south and Is a high toned Christian gentleman Labor than other Gins. III
apes, micTof his life'ln who reflects honor upon' any business :

Das_ -wort: In which he engages. Though a Built. to stand, and are used by the leading Ginners in.. Georgia Florida_

rj tMr- Sherwood has stranger in the State Mr. Irvin Is an and ,, '
South
etth Carolina. f
ged to end H his reslgnai experienced newspaper publisher, and ;.'' .

ternsad his to the cf Ths WRITE FOR CATALOGUES .
# i If it grove to be only greeting patrons AND PRICES 'I
the sad circumstances Democrat Indicates that he will keep j. .

-.ids ,nci action seem neces- the paper up to the high_ standard .

fcttu, u .>;e learned yUh rer of excellence for which it has been jt.
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r til the press .Florida.. Them noted, since its first issue.-Gainesville % ISLAND COTTON GIN COin -I

bopen to hear soon that Sun. i. I
and E t.
improving
btter 4 I ieatth Is again is back In the ............................. ,.................................'...................... ,
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Mr:Irrin's words of greet- I

[ readers of the Democrat i
ae
Ills peculiar to women, take different forms.
the work of a polished writ- I
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-" syetieeed newspaper man. RingsTho ladles suffer every month, from dark rings round their eyes blotches (a'their skin and tired 1
Others suffer agonies of pain that words can hardly express.

the symptoms, remember there is one medicine that v ill go beyond mere symptoms,and

clydes.W.. Irvin has been act on the cause of their troubles the weakened womanly organs

paiie$ of the Live Oak

-8sstyaa7 to succeed Mr. Round -

ifcrtrfekcfcfid_14. waais, In Mr.Colorado irriVisMT Wine of Cardu!

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DM **tor and manager of

- 1 8sk'Democrat- isnJM Mrs.M.aAnstta.of MwnphlvTem. writes "For five (5)years I suffered with every symptom

< fereefsi writer ,and. no ; Eyes; of female disease, but after using' tho.yeD-koovn Cardoi Home Treatment I was entirely veS. j

t trades :'escapesThis 'vlgli9k WRITE US A LETTER .Wrto today for m frw.copy. of at.abi.64-p.Q.OaMraMd Wa .- If Teo -s ....
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Democrat Is one of our Addrsa: Ladies' MYhary rive. ....aatu Me4k1 CoaCl+ zI_ "
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Mr. J. F, Sherwood formerly editor : succeeded in that position by C. W. from active work and. causes his from editorial work on the Live Dak I

and proprietor of the. Chronicleand Irvin who purchased Mr. Sherwood's. .1 brethren united sorrow. Such a feeling -I Democrat and his departure Irons the
td" Florida
come lately president of tbe' UTe Oak : holdings ,In the''company. Mr 'SRerwo "] prevails in the newspaper frater- state. a distinct 1-'ss to Florida
;MB la the resignation ofhewed I
editor Publishing Company_ has resigned --d was. one of the most popular nlty I andmanag1
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the presidency ,o{ that company- on newspaper men in the state and, we J. F. Sherwood editor of the Live 'writer and a fearless advocate of what
tisLhi tick Democrat and as 1
account of the Illness of his sn. regret that 'he has severed his connection Oak Democrat who has sold out and the believed to be right Mr. Sherwood

ttf th live Oak Publishing Frank whom he will take to Coloradoor with Florida Journalism. He gone 'West Sherwood was not only added to these a genial and opt.tmbUc
m health In, Mr. Sher-
New Mexico, for a change In cli J!will probably associate himself with a successful newspaper man but he s
r AT. compelled_ him to temperament He will be missed bit
mate. We sincerely trust this change Journalism in the west.. The best was a man in every sense of the
lbassat rehtona with this i to his successor is extended the hope
v will produce'the'best results without I wishes',of the Florida press go with word who is liked by every news-
mss.: He is now in.1is.iad delay and that Mr. Sherwood and him.-Clay County Times. paper man and printer in Florida. that he will prove to be something
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from' there will family ,will,..return to Florida .realsoon. withdrawalfrom. ..Florida journalism equally as,.good._Tampa Times. "" '
t1lstNs or 1tew,
hopseak -
Mexico ., Mr" Charles_ W. Irvin, one The Courier-Informant common Is. not only a loss but it sad-

- .will benefit of"the.-widest- experienced newspaper f with. the' 'entire press of the State dens every one of his friends to think Mr. J. F. Sherwood has resignedthe ;

mead's Uj splendid Oak_owes work much in mea>in-the.stat Vls now president of feels deep regret that Editor J. F. that good,old every-day Sherwood Is presidency of the H.e Oak Pult.llahIng' .

the company; and he will doubtless do Sherwood has severed his connection n- longer with the Live Oak Demo-
tt and.the 'IfemoMiMaea i Co., and withdrawn from the
f ils. part to. hold this, printery _up tots with the, Live Oak Dally Democrat crat. He Is succeeded by Mr. C. W.i
secognised'aa.one
high, point of ,excellence.-:Citrus which he has done so> much in establishing Irvin to whom we extend a. hearty editorial control of the Uve Oak 1

.- triskyed irtgm7papers tMt'drenmstances in-Florida. County Chronicle:. I and. placing In the front rank welcome.-Ft. Myers Breeze. Democrat. The serlom Ulncs of his ',.
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tit of Florida journalism. C. W. Irvin son necessitating his removal to Colorado .,
wst flint .
Mr. Sherwood ..J
Md Announcement Is made in the Lire succeeds Mr Sherwood as president I Editor J. F. Sherwood, who has or New Mexico has competed
return to Florida
Oak c Democrat that Mr. J. F. Sher- made the Live Oak Democrat one :
; -f the Live Oak Publishing Company W.
,t 1s.i wri ae.will, j him t3 take this step. Mr. C.
always wood has severed hU connection,with and as editor of the Democrat. He of the ablest dallies in Florida
cenorls Charles Irvin takes his place whom we glad-
I. that paper' on account of the illnessof and Secretary R. A. Gray are old has resigned his position on ac-
,li U extended the editorial ranks.Brooksvllle .-
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f1# ; his little son and has gone with hands: at the business and will no count of the illness of his young ly welcome to

i p *f the members of his family to Missouri. Florida had, doubt keep the paper and thebusi- son, whose health demanded a Argus.
"' ter'Mr.
eG Acgnstine Rec- never contained a better citizen than ness up to the high standard they change of climate The family _

r. F. Sherwood and the state press have always maintained.-Bartow have gone to Kansas City, but will i I J. P. Sherwood has resigned

loses one of Its foremost members. Courier-Informant. go farther west. We part with Ed- as president of the Live Oak .Publishing -

8esaeerat makes the May health be restored to his family, itor' Sherwood with regret and trust Co., and is succeeded byMr.Cbas. .

et that Mr.. J. and prosperity attend him: wherever il nday's Live Oak. Democrat contained the mission that takes him away will W. Irvin. Mr. Irvin Is a newcomer

c of the compa- lie may* locate. Mr. Chas': Irvin is an announcement of the res- prove a success. Chas. W. Irvin, is to the State, a gentleman of

t '. has resigned.M he: new editor and manager of the. ignat'on of J.'F. Sherwood as editor the new editor of the Democrat, and

> eergt and to, the Democrat: and we extend to him our.,i, and president of the company. This Judging from his greeting he is a ability and will be warmly received'
1 anxious to keep the people.-Taylor County .Her-
and by
accentuated rery best. wishes-WhiteSprings' was somewhat a surprise to the en- writer capable

t Ye! of disease Herald. lUre fraternity and is regretted by all the Democrat up to Its hitherto' high aId. .

Ii1it ton the famyf j I but they extend the glad hand to his standard.-Arcadia Champion.

1 i lkssldeat; his son; J. F. Sherwood has resigned the :successor, Chas. W. Irvin, and hope

{It eendtion as toj editorial management of the Live Oak that he may prove as valuable to the Editor J. F. Sherwo-d, for a/tang.

o or New Democrat: and the 'presidency of the State as did Brother Sherwood.FortPierce time president and general manigor 5 !leII' the Horse

jar :, this reason publishing company, being'compelledo News. of the Live Oak Publishing Co.. has : :o.So oi3t article tie stabe is more* uar:

IIpon to go west wtth-hls'famlly on accountf sent In his resifiMion to the com I ) .". .e Crnse-brCorc rut a 1ee'tittle book osJ
s.. That ed- : Charles W. Irvin has been a"e-it r,>i.es w11 be p the _...d
the Illness'of one of Ills.sons. Mr. J. F. Sherwood has resigned as pany. J
I the ion t borne -
1 .,y be found the Live Oak I elected as his successor. We ,are !.r iag
Sherwood: Is a Tery.'able man, and his itor and manager of
Vie nei home, retirement from editorial .work In Daily Democrat and has been suc-j sorry to loose Bra Sherwood from J ifiCA AXLE

f sU7 restorif Florida will be generally and slhcereyregretted. ceeded by Charles W. Irvin a newspaperman our ranks, and .extend, to; Mr., Irvin GREASE
ofeveryV hand of fellowship.-Jasper News
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Jf S wood, Sherwood, was .,rest ."J1.-IetUr t a. asrI
Mr.
2has.: W* Irvin an experienced'new- little son of Coatsafloe azieair.

Se hI in- paper" man '"and a graceful writer Ill, which necessitated the gentleman Mr. Chas. W. Irvin is now editor Dem- O.arl'..':,teed vt...ca=wbiclt,...dacdictioIL 01
and a- 1.Phe "** and manager of the Live Oak' .. vt o. dealer for
We hope
ts. Tampa West with the child.
Times. ; going has made Kka A&k GraaY .
Widget, ': good will of the'people of-Flor-',before long to see him back in harness ocrat. Now that :Mr.Irvin been 1 IJ :.J i6
ih I his bow we think that we have
= Florida, isoetherner da a aln -Bartow Record.
1 will follow Mr. Sherwood wherever ;. time. The I
him for some
after
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.he'goes.Qcala Star.. ; f-i : after our own ..
Y :in the Once in a while in every trade or Democrat Is a daily

1'X tMfterspir.feownert J.' F.,Sherwood has resigned as profession, someone who Is unanimously -I heart.-Qnincy Times. <7

ese resident of the:UTe Oak PublishingCompany hon-red and respected by I .*7___ _
Sherwood
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''*' Every pxeovtioa mad, preparation hi IMMBmd We are not going out of BUSINESS but we are closing out:_"' ...........

*to MTM Mli costoQMr.prompter,lot. TOil Summer, stock and everything in the store goes at a Bargain :: "IIIIIIII.wiB .. :
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that.r*Dot cdrcrtiMd bet*. Brian soot friend ,_ fOIl promptly mod wft...** a :
PASTIES oat of tress.ba ,.,
.THE GIGAJmC, SATS :iDon't .forget.tbe Date. as3s toD.r.e.e tvtiow tt areas 4d

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., our business is founded .. honesty.. We are making greater effort avalanche of Majestic baz&a&e ever brought togcAfccr tafei.
.I'; d to.please cur,customers than any other gtore.in the town. We are so short a time by any firm ia.Florida.Bemember .
,. exclusive specialists in tbe proper fitting of.Me Boys andCkildren ireat Closing .
\ J in everything they weary Success has come to us not by chance but ; this well Jmew1IIml feu been ia bo M..& .
... t as a. just reward.. The!sale of any article is never complete until ber of years, and is one of tart trot trustworthy aat kHHiilii%|
the. customer-is p rfeed 'satisfied sad we regard the confidence of iness firms in this section Sad eeoM have-disposed. o{lrsie.....,
,- ,the people as'one of ou most valuable assets.: We gained this confidence Out Sale of a good advantage, but prrf er. by giving valaev service and satisfaction and we are keeping homes cf the people who helped >make the career of tfcfe?mil...
the confidence'of tile'petpIe.,by continuing,to use the above methods. firm. .... '.0-,
Jn'order sell curell re stock. we have pounded the prices down >:::: -
to the'lowest jossible,omit The best 'qualities of Clothing Dry '
11' F. Ribeasteifl.iiarafitee OJJR'GUARANTEE: We awirle, each.. and evecyE .
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Goods Shoes, llats=-tkj very goods yon need right now are yours ; .
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in this sale at lower pies than you ever dreamed of. We:will coal : satisfaction We g t t y garmsst -_.
.I vine you :by. force'Ot--G1I1" value giving if you will give us a chance statement made here aad- re wift exchange.,] wirrr

to show- yon our goody \ is unsatisfactory for any 1"8MIa ..iwliebs, ,_-,
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a C selected and.conpfcsing" in 'merchandise for personal wear.and *for the home. Not.a lot of odds aa ..

*! ,picked'up at, r dam,. bit stocks ch33::1 with, care and discretion, with Judgment and thorough, knowledge of qii

Every importanj factory in thedifferent lines, every renowned distributing point, every market has been vkik4 aM It'

visited 'and the.best that they had were bought at figures almost unbelievably low While the prices are the le..

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-. ,: knownv,- the,highest plane of quality and high grade styles are offered_ at, this great'sale. It Js this that leah t@f&

....,.- 5'1 er, ,, 'extraordinary' savings with absolute, ;t t1on.. A strictly.. .r cash sale. ::..
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:t'J'..."" worth $.50 to go at.,,.4,.....,....81.79 The "Wausachnsettashirt $1.00 Talne..,.. 88c White Mercerized Mohair regular ?bcr.,...-. r
Sat Vortr ,.,, ....,. ,. Brilliantine 52 la $1.2S .... *
: U.1)O to go'at ",- .t3.23 The "Wausachusette" shirt $1.50 value. ... $1.25 wide worth :
Suits worti J6.00 to go at., .....,.*.*.4.5O White Persian lawn regular 35e. ... .... *f
big Une ot J2.UJ &I4b.wortbU.QOandU.OO .Big line of 50c tad 75c shirts g--tug t".H.. 43c zoo yards French',Madras regular 12%- W .
,i .togo at,, ,i,.,,....,.,.,;*.s...?...,,.$IJ50 Doa.' miss this Bargain. Brown Irish linen,. regular % '
Silk Mull all colon regular SSe. ...... JII;
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'a'f best quality,carefully selected in ...
MEN'S SLITS the Xorthern m u. suits regular 35c. :'J
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t...... Suit tat'hat.e sid for $13.50, for... ....$ 8.25 kets.duplicate.The se are bargains that you cannot again- White White Mercerized Mercerized Marseilles Marseille,, regular regular 20t 1k.R iv Ik-o.;
Salts that bare sold for $15.00. for.........'10.73 : DRESS GOODS AND LADIES SKOO: .i
r'...... Suits ttat hare:sold for $16.50 for,h..,.'..;$11.30 da C.II II e....U Ie$I II 8 II II it at 8"II... German YOU. black, regular 2 5e. 03i _
\Suits that hare sold for I12.SJ for......a,.$ 7.73 Pure Silk Mohair, regular: $1..$..... ,
SHOES. Panama cloth, regular ,k..c. J
Suits that hare sold for $10.00fQr. u. -9 ..:w Lace .
Suits ttat: have sold tr $8.00 for.'...,....$ 5.OO Urflt-$4.00 value at.:*; ..... ...... ..... $3.80' White curtains linen _per vnt-yard 85c. iii
ltI Suits that v.are sold foot $$.50 for.. ..%,..$ 4.00 Urfit-$5&C,.,,..... h.................00 White Persian lawn regular 20<. Ilk

ai ...' ....................'.. eft....u....... 'Snow Snow'Brand Brand $$4.00 3.50 value value at at....-.............-....4.t3.00. 4w-In chin White White' Lawn. regular %30c Sc.< .....' p.
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During 'ra.le $S.50PADta for." ,, $2.75 .
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... During ths sale $3.00 pants,&*"..*_. ...4$1.90 .: s.:
White Linen 1S .
Tablevloth. regular
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; ALL COLOHS-EIQ LIXli-ALL SIZES.. Crash Towels per yard regular 1.. .1

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0' tXDEnTHE.nEST.- Fclnter-$..SO.T 1 ue at...... .. .. ... ..,.-.'$1.13. "IH '4i..iI u.. ..Uh UI .dt

$1.25 -Suits to.sell' for........,,..,.. .. 08 cents Eutaw. Derby-$3,00 value at,........... ....,2.23 lban LADIES e'"E SKIRTS to eU out at 20H1UES pit1 -- ,

-a $1.00 Suits to sell f r.-->,.......... S8 cents .S.etson-$5.00 value at...,......,.,. $3,75 GlliShTi4)1ETS.IT.CLCSIXQ THE1Iotf._
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