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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 27, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Look Like Rosa TSTIH: Surrender

get. Day-The ,Bill*WWi For tbeTreseat-Rooserek 4.

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Atlanta,July 27.-It
may positive

kwilfc,N C.. July.26.=Officials l ltla. I I ly be stated so far aa caa be learned:

Railway here confrtt II from those most directly
t SMtfcern concerned
tie Governor's demands I that absolutely 'no compromise *was

s a***put the **-cent rate y'y- reached upon the state prohibition

at OM involves the com- bin as the result of the action of the

p ....weer and the surrender minority bringing an end to Its Hli",-

of the pro* buster.
..ilsdLM States court ,

i tf ta*'tetertoeutory injunein BRYAN. There have been rumors of compromise

that the Governor not only in Atlanta but all
..k. ... partsof
limit the the state. Some have heard
that
eatrol or
-y ...W tat
fl a UII ted States court there was to be an,extension of the

as4,.tat the Governor can 'dlctttttdgaats I i time at which the bill was to go Into ;

effect; others hive heard
fa the'Unlted States atilt different

relief which plans of compromise.
tfcc eewe o{
f# Five of the well-known leaders of ,
st te riffct to apply for
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'MH&Uonby order of the minority In the House were questioned
t = __ a .
of'their constitutional closely today on this subject

If they had secured any
sort of compromise

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there is no doubt they would
: i*Bftatod oat by the officials of Mother, I to rwimf .
may ge n Hang your cloth. on a hickory limb be anxious to have their
friends
that if they pat Into eftfte Y.., my carting daughter; But don't 90 near the water.Bartholomew. the state know It. over

MS* sad win the 'cue. the in Minneapolis Journal.OUR .
Each of them stated
positively that
tatveea the old rate and -
there had been no offer of compromiseof
law *tad*?ifif the pendency ofit
the state TALLAHASSEE LETTER. Thayer on Evidence or Vol. I. Senator Crews Lake Butler gatheringsthat any sort., Their filibuster'on Wednesday :
loss and
ft dad .
Greenleaf or,Reynolds on Evidence. have become famous. | was the method by which they
i4fM to tike away this
t glgMr. Hard Road to Law License in Florida Schouler's Domestic Relations. I voiced their protest against the passage .
Talk about Silver
r fnperty than any other Springs said '
-Long List of Books to Be Schooler on Executors and Administrators of the bill as they had a perfect
tfMfHty, Under the pres- Mr. Cassaux to me. "Why you could l
Read-Other News. or W rnua' American right to do, and that protest being, '
of airing a coupon put four Silver Springs into Waukulii [
Law' Administration. sufficiently voiced ends the matter.
rsM *4 ease the public Is en- (Miss Jefferson" BelL) of Springs and never know it was there 1'
"' Maupln Marketable. Title to Real .There is scarcely any doubt that the
slylist, MtIeg the advant- Tallahassee-Fla., July 26.-Rather "The water is' a hundred'feet 'deep bill
will be
Estate Second Edition. passed next Tuesday after.
ire through the formidable looking Is the list of and as clear as a crystal.** I
Cooley or Pollock on Torts. ., I non.injaat.exactly ,the shape in
..- ...,.., law,book in the course,of study pres- Mr. Cassaux then wandered off in-
Underhill which the prohibitionists .
GAIt Schouler or Rood on want it. '
to the legend of the Princess
cribed by the Supreme Court of Spanish I I
t wfila Fruitless.fcjlUffiMM .
I | Wills.
who came from Spain ta bathe in the
a Florida, with the rules and regulations CALLED FOR PROTECTION.
Constitution of the United States.
,1 > States Attorney; 'Issued by the court for the examination waters of Waukulla Springs and rode I

4T'an ifjgUs*gsalerred today with and admission of attorneys Constitution of Florida. her white elephant into the, water- Two Leading Prohibitioakts In Santa.

-.....i ad with Judge in compliance with the law enactedby Florida Derisions upon Constitution deceived In its depth on account of the Rasa.Guarded,By Sheriff. J

t Mt ton Ute this atterl of Florida. remarkable clearness of the
water.
.,.. the legislature of 1907. The Milton; Fla..July 25--FearIng that

. b..l fIP8I1 to Washington court sets apart the first three days Rules of Practice of the Circuit and **If you do not believe me, I will they and their families were In dan

. t. *e ctau capital in Supreme Courts.Tallahassee show the bones of the elephantthat '
of ,every aen l-annual term if necessary you ger of bodily harm. Senator West

..... peace was fruit- to the examination and admission we found at the bottom of the and W. W. Clark; two of the most
with the of the
rest
...--. springs." he insisted seeing that I
: The examinations will be in prominent citizens of Santa Rosa
country has_ been in the sweltering
s open court,written from questions was skepticaL Mr. Cassaux was one county today called upon the sheriff
\ grasp of a season of almost unparalleled *'
LOp be of the men who.captured the federal for which
prepared. by the court and may heat. At 'the statehouse the protecJcn was quickly giv.
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-- supplemented by oral examination by arsenal at Chattahoochee during the en. Tonight their homes are guarded -
thermometer
has unflinchingly registered -
..w It*** la His Favor-. any of toe Justices from the bench. and In civil war. "The buildings now used by special deputies and in spite '#

r*1* to be Tried. applicant will be admitted who has ninety degrees upward for.the State Hospital for the Insane of threats which have been made. ;
the coolest part of the building day
oodi C., Jsly 25.--The ef- failed to answer seventy-five per cent |were used as an arsenal from the] no;>> trouble is expected..
., after day the mercury standing at I days of Jackson, he explained "We j I
Senator West and Mr. Clark were
--- 4 .s a< North Carolina of the written and oral questions. All :
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that point as six p. m.
mustered night and the
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'.... = ttfc* twenty odd city applicants must file their applications were one among the leaders In the prohibition

.; next day we marched to Chattahoochee which resulted In the county
. ,' ten before the date fixed for the race,
' i aaty, who took J, days Hon. W. M. Holloway, State Superintendent fort. There
and captured the voting to dry last Tuesday, the
must furnish three go
examinations and
WeJesfeoro
:: Jail on of Public Instruction, and
.t was only a sergeant there. That latter being editor of the prohibition '
r references not related to the applicant -
i IMC. and Hon. W. H. Elli Attorney General .I
, was the third United States flag in this Rumors of
rt a. IRI.>.to aa abrupt ter- The court may refuse admission are back from pleasant trips. Mr. paper city. .' }
:1 lowered in the war. he concluded.TO intended personal violence to the two, i
meeon when the to any applicant whose characteris Holloway has been attending the ,

-1 71 g Set Lewis, the'festers not satisfactory.The meeting of the National Educational MEET AGAIN. men were put in circulation early '. f
tb!. morning resulting In the call upon ,1
_<: ... io1 to be tried, course of study prescribed is Association at Los Angeles. CaL Mr.. Saw Mill Men Will Be Called Together .
element Is
the sheriff. The wet .-:
ltd. et not guilty. as follows: Ellis was attending the grand lodge of in August to Discuss Sew ;
: Indignant at the call for assistance, !
sat aa hour and Blackstone's Commentaries, or the Knights of Pythias at Indianapolis Conditions. ,
j and contend that no harm was Intended -
, .:>c 4ay vfeQ the verdict Andrews or American Law. combinedwith Ind.Major Tifton. Ga., July 26.-It is very ;
.. the fighters for prohibition. .
, i **. eehles. whoM Holmes Lecture on Common probable that a meeting of the GaorI :
There was a feeling of excitement .
I JIll sf Baton County and Mrs. J. A. Dapray hare I gia-Florida Sawmill Association will but to- '
Law.Broom's throughout the county today
it... l*** y discharged Legal Maxims or W. T. been spending some time at Harper's be called for some time in August everything Is quiet the sheriff .";
night
.. N a s wecid Hughes on Procedure. but returned probably between the 20th and 25th. r;
not go Ferry, West Virginia, being on guard to ;-r ,,
deputies
and his
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I* test eec of the BIspham's Principles of Eqcity this week to Fortress Monroe, Virginia At the last meeting of the Association disturbance. ..";
prevent any possible
. *" ; 1 tits; too much Story Van Zile or Fletcher's Equity to meet Govenor Broward and held at Atlantic Beach, the I view of the circumstances the
In
... .,. tsa and Anson Pleadings and Practice. his family. date of the next regular meeting was I saloon men decided today to close ..w.":

, .. r tM defendants | Stephen, Gould Shipman or Mc- fixed for Sept. 10 at Jacksonville, their shops tomorrow and after that

'I Kelrey on Common Law Pleading. Adjutant General J. C. R. Foster but since then the condition of the no liquor will be sold legally in tie

RoM&son to )UoraweU Clark or Cook on Cor Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Foster Sr.. will lumber market has been such that county. The proprietors of the sa-

******* hotter cases porations. go to St. Augustine next week. Gen- the mill men are sure it will be necessary loons have taken their defeat gracefully ..

r .rat" iot1 ... The other Moore or Hutchinson on Carriers. eral Foster will only remain there to bold a meeting earlier than and have shown every tadlcation .

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required to Bishop May or Clark's Criminal during the rile shoot. Mrs. Foster the second week in September.The and Flor- of being willing to comply with .

S fee their and to spend the remainder of the sawmills of Georgia law.
ap- Law, or Hughes' Criminal Law expects down the new
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all be closed ,
't terra of TJn- Procedure. summer at St. Augustine. ida will nearly At 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon <.
---- during August and the mills in North will meet
i Weeks on Attorneys at Law or other the county commissioners

i : ,4t tie ,by Hughes' Criminal Law and Procedure. An Interesting caller at the statehouse and South Carolina and many this ex- here and make the formal count of '

meat week was Mr. Stephen southern Rates will follow and declare the saloons j
last county
for \ Weeks, on Attorneys at Law arSh'a.nwood' Is almost certain to the .
This
{isin '.JohnIrtaI Legal Ethics. Cassanx. of Wakulla. Mr. Cassanx Is ample. of affairs that closed. .

at i = of the famous Wakulla'picnics bring about a condition The official figures received to.
spec i Daniel on Negotiable Instrument, promoter meeting of the )amt -
necessitate a give the drys a
Osert when Commercial that have been held at Wauknlla will day from all precincts "
or Eaton and Gilbert on to discuss the situation -
In order I 147 votes.J. .
for thirty- ermen majority oof
I Paper or BIgelow on the Law of Springs without a break and take such action as may be

use fn I iCt= Bllls= Notes and Cheques.Coolers .. eight years. The first Saturday in the call for this meeting heretoday.
Is
teee8S&ryand City..
of hake
t dedicated to these A. Speer
the of each year is about,
Constitutional ,Llmltajtlons. May will probs'.r be Issued In
picniCS There. Is about as"- much .
at two weeks.
as
,| 'dark, or Bishop on Contracts. politics at these gatherings




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out of BUSINESS but are closing out eo.I.'K"
Ev.ry, prscaacoa and preparation bas b.ea We are not going we
I made to tPr eck easterner jmxBptly bat yoa'win Summer stock and everything in the store goes at a Bargain "' d.t.....
.**time if? a.-*.oat a LIST of Goads! UIIf
if want IT. ItJlU >>-- M"' : ..
waMed. Many goods will especially reduced; you .. 11'1 ._ .....
ar.not ad.ertiaed her. BriDe your frieads'! -U 7 sad wttboct**&?.
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ItMt} .THE GIGANTIC SALE. 'I Don't forget the Date. ) O&CESS.fl -&lie". *_



Invites Public Patronage. We are doing as we have always done; THE WONDER OF THE HOUR! Here win be the 09*..
'4.1 our business is founded on honesty. We are making a greater effort avalanche of Majestic bar:Jns ever brought together to bt...
91 to please our customers than any other store in the town. We are so short a tine: by any firm in Florida.
exclusive specialists in the proper fitting of Men, Boys and Children Great Closing
in everything they wear. Success has come to us not by chance, but Remember this trcll,knows,firm has beer fa bui!& s3 te'.
n' as a just reward. The sale of any article is never complete until ber of'ye-Js, and is one 0(the most trustworthy md honersiiifct.
the customer is perfectly satisfied and we regard the confidence of iness inns in this section and could have disposed of the"*
t the people as one of our most valuable assets.: We gained this confidence Out Sale of a good advantage: but preferred placing their entirt ..

0 by giving values, service and satisfaction and we are keeping homes of the people who helped. make the career of this ". ;...
the confidence of the people by continuing to use the above methods. firm
In order to sell our entire stock we have pounded the prices down .

to the lowest possible point. The best qualities: of Clothing yours F. Rlbeastelle OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every nrttrtrnfr ifro
I Goods Shoes, Hats-the very goods you need right now;>> are
in this sale at lower prices than you ever dreamed of. We will convince lute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment every ytfet'
you by force of our value giving i{ you will give us a chance every statement made here, and we will exchange any psre&it!&
to.show you our goods. is unsatisfactory for any reason whatever.


I guarantee Store '11 GREATEST SALE EVER KNOWN 11 I inanite, SHR



A Mighty Money Saving Event


,. THURSDAY AUGUST 1st, our mammoth stock will be ready for the Closing Out Sale, a stock pcnesIr

C selected and comprising everything in merchandise for personal wear and for, the home. Not a lot of odds and Slit

picked up at random, but stocks chosen with care and discretion, with Judgment and thorough knowledge of ..

Every important factory in the different lines, every renowned distributing point," every market has been visited asd a-

:visited and the best. that they had were bought figures almost unbelievably low.. While the prices are the fowsg

( .ever known, the highest plane of quality and high grade styles are offered at this great sale. It is this that links tog ik

er extraordinary savings with absolute action. A strictly cash sale.

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0 Come Goods Seethe And LOOK AT THE PRICES Goods Ceatfe*


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m BOYS SUITS ALL SIZES. MEVS SHIRTS.: I Crepe de Chine regular %Se. . 0. U
Suits 'Worth $.50 to go at.$1:9 The "Wausachusette" shirt $1.00 Talue . 88c I White Mercerized Mohair rvgutor tk. <*
Suits worth |4.00 to go at.$3. ; The \Vansachusette' shirt: $1.50 value......$1.25 Brilliantine 52 in wide worth iZ1. 0 ..." **
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White **
.. Persian lawn regular 2k.
Suits worth $4.50Big 0"
to
$6.00 :
line of $2.00 suits go worth $3.00 and $1.00to Big line of 50e and 75c shirts going at. 45e 200 yards French Madras regular 11 H. 0 *M
go at..... ...'1.50 | Don't miss this Bargain. Brown Irish linen, regular 20c.
Silk Mull all colors regular 2$c_ 0 0 8*
"'8. ...e..e............ Our line of clothing is complete. It Is the very White Mercerized Marseille for skirt wild
I} best quality, carefully selected in the Northern mar- suits regular 35c. 0 . . . JIIf
MEVS SOTS. ... *
kets. These are bargains that you cannot again White Mercerized Marseille, regular 2* J
Suits that ha-e said for $13.50 ., 9 8.25 duplicate. White Mercerized Marseilles: regular 1k.... **
Jii Suits that hare sold for $15.00 .$10.73 DRESS GOODS AND LADIES SKIRT

.... Suits that hare sold for $16.50 for.. .. .$11.50>> ....e.i8.ge4.e 8S8S99S.i6tt.... Pure German Silk veil Mohair black, ,regular regular$1.25 3* .. ... ... ***
Suits that hare sold for 7.73 .
a_ $12.50 SHOES. Panama cloth regular 'lie. X!
!1'-'i Suits that have sold for $10.00 for..$ 7.50 Lace curtains per yard 2 Sc. *
flit Suits that hive sold for $8.00 for...._$ 3.00 Urfit-$4.00 value at.-... ..-_... .... ... ._.$3.)0 White linen regular 3 5 **
\\1 Suits that*-ave sold foot $6.50 for..S 4.00 Urflt-$5.00 value .. .. .$ .OO White Persian lawn regular 20 .' **
Snow Brand $3.50 value at................$ .OO 0-In White .
..a'i i"'i... t8' i..e.... ..... Lawn regular 25 :
Snow Brand $4.00 value at. ., ..$3.25 0-in White Lawn regular 3 Oe. S
G) DUTCHESS P.L4'TS.U. Optlmus-$5.00 value at.....'\; '. ...$;.OO Japanese Silk all colors regular 1c. .. .. **
Optimus$3.50( value at.. ........ 2000 yards, all colors Lawn from 11H 10 .
During this sale $5.00 pants for ..... .....$t.oo .i $3.00 25 "
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During this sale $4.09 pants tor. $&25 Y ,-wlde black resu
> guaranteed Taffeta
' t During this sale $3.50 pants for.......... ..$2.75 i rN iie.ri..t"H. 1 1H.TS. 8 $1.00White . . . . . . .... .-
_.. During this sale $3.00 pants for... ...... ...$1.90 | Linen TableUotb regular '7C ... ."
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Crash Towels, . fist
ALL COLORS-BIG LIXE-ALL SIZES. per yard regular lOc.. . . JJr
Oilcloth, regular 25c . . .
: Pointer-$3.00 value at....?.-....... .....$2.2.5
U'SU..S 8e.ae9UU
O 'l "DER\\"E.\B-TIlE. U""UU"U.8U"BEST QUALITY. I:: Pointer$%.SO value at..i........ ...:..$1.73: Jeeu"i' i 4e.I.U. .........er.***

$1.25 Suits to sell for... .. ....'t.. . 08 cents |: Eutaw DerbY-$3.00 value at,'.' $225 than LADIES C<-.st. SKIRTS WE MEAN to sell IT. out at SO pK'*'-

1.00 Suits to sell tcr .. ...... . 88 cents :: S.etson-$5.00 value at .. ...$3.75: LADIES' CORSETS CLOSING THEM O"1..*
... . I ... 50c and 75c kind . . '
to sell for. Sunset 0
75 ,cents Suits > 6O. cents Derby-$2.50 value at. .$i.75 $1.00 and $1.50 kind, at. . . . .. _





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Deaxrati-For the benefit .. le No. 9O

tt aers who :do not i.get detrcIptiona Tip-Top Contracts for Live TakmgBffert' SUNDAY;JUNE 3&f'at.1ti1.A.: )L,ISUPERSEDES

fI ,-r daily papas.
.In the ,ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
acebnnt .of : .:MEN
brief _
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ji&J&'I ;! I CIDITS .'IDIL- l.rrNo.
1 interesting. features
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ate"ca.t; Prade.vhich took place, RENEWAL COMMISSIONS PAID : .1 No.L x.I.

Jul 19th- The yew. ;
on ; sTarloNR
ta degrees In thee Address-aCIL.WlUCOX. Manager L
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nn to J. :...
...Hroad.-'street was: Jammed The' Mofnal i Life Issarasce Ce.paiy of New York. ; .
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to eurb.w1th hosts peotN 7 0o a &lOp.L- Ln otk ._ ....war
.... .rb the street was Jacksonville,, .' Florida. : p t r 1 p
" of 110. -
: ; JBa1a:part 444p PIIt'- YR
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10 Done torrid interfereRed = c. ._ __ _. .,'. t 5G p.Lw ,-L!- 1a
i N....01. Cross am-: N. J. Lodge THE MOB MISSED 11s l>ipm
'>,,, oII the Vlneland. ( ) repre- HIM L-. _
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.. Seri ruching 'at top speed sented. Titania's Court," the queen' u
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...-: ; those:who were over-- reclining pa the throne tanned by Bat He Will Leave Mississippi in sllpms'i to p at
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-o the beat(and nearly 3.000 pages and'attentive maidens and the Shame and Disgrace Forever. {s0 a. La-- Ja
1fith --
... were Seated that day. This court Jester dancing" before her.. Kosciusko Miss. July 26.-MaJ. {so a At...... .. '-m.-" _---:
"'" -I the mounted police (Note-I have forgotten who Tltanla &.nYi e.-__

.._ with bands, playing Dixie. was and refer all anxious enquirers George L. Teat a lawyer and mem-, 'M +!i_---__.. wilm..c1.U ....... ,,...
...ate ber cl GOT. Vardaman's staff yesterday ii----; amp Lv---. ,_,Wlbn.tih,_ -er.
and '----- -i; ;
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,Auld Lang to P. T. McQrlff for information.
fiver 10. t r 5hp.It-. .
to leave
agreed Mississippi m---1.Y
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the ylany uniforms One of the most ludicrous thingsIn T. La t M a 415p

4- > and a line of nearly the procession was a full grown forever to escape prosecution on a IOU. a U
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st, 1l2aam s10prAr. .. .. _-.x- .....
million spectators circus animals In cages' the said charge of attempted assault on Miss !N a !1t
Wirth eta 10 40 a n I L....,...,.,. .. ,- -u
that will long be animals being represented by men I ''
orphan the
eeetad. Pressley an girl 20yearold
J. .. a 1010 a. M --AI+-
',Erery place that could dressed In animal sklna.'Cages bore GO. r I r--.,......-.Alm.._
,).... niece of Dr. Love one of the foremost IU I La
clew of the pagent was the following names: "Kelly's Dutch '1110. .. ....
.a physicians of this sectlog
lbe walls of the menu- Band.!' "Wild Man from Borneo.." UUa IGPaj'L; .-.' -" .a.

where' web He narrowly escaped rough handling "" ---- !'
y. ,opposite "Nutmeg Faced Xion10.000.00 ittSa 5.P- -- B-11e IMa asap.

vin tlaed' riEh' people. But Beauty". and many others.The cage at the hands of -a mob which UU a s asp -.....-..sa1tasa.d.--- 1-, '.a

.bi 0 Mtl/t sad best device fort that drew the ,moat applause were formed and later a mass meeting was 1200 a '10" LY__ &i. --.L9.; 10{a 1 N p m

spade,was ,adopted by "The American Birds of .Paradise" held and after a number of speeches 1210. tn"Ly, ----- -- ----- 1!. "J" -.Le. t 01 a !/1 p r

fill yes::r 5IbrL "hq,buying a represented bye two negroes playing an ultimatum was framed and pre- 12 20 a .575L.! I:e e ---- t.! {it s>t p m

,...,;teek ion one arm and craps with dice as large as a''cobble sented to the major, who readily 1210. Il5p.LY----F -.L laa ass ,.

(girt Oft the ether and when stone and "Teddy' Bears," a man representing agreed to abide by the conditions. 1250 a m 5515,1

fZfrw*'a*TOut 8p0t planted *Roosevelt tn'a cage wtth., The.ultimatum from the mass meet- 100 ,... -Perr7-_ _..r--Lw t.a 110d

i .. fcjt&'end climbing' '"up.laaoetres the toy bears bearing that name; Ing demanded that he leave Mississippi .IOP'

t on"the:top step,' .Boston 'was represented by Elks, forthwith and never return to
( ) 'l'eecna1a w TeJepboae Station (f) Flag Station (r) a.cwW. Hap mlar8ta (a
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HB tf all_ they "surveyed. The clad in old Colonial knee breeches'and : the state during his life. Teat and Lacy Statkm T P. lirmn.ftn t rl.

i i vWafa took four hours\o pass, i iJ.J pointed hats also wigs of long his friends saw from the temper of W.S Evans General Passenger Acnrt. .,

= b'is4 .twenty-four mounted coarse hair; that they were the real the mass meeting that the people

h a toe,which exactly filled thing I certainly know as one of them meant business and,the major quickly -

MC Tben came Philadelphia stumbled and broke :the can cf accepted banishment.
Live Oak
Garage
ilia: 2. twenty-four rows sixi beans they all carried, and Veal beans The ;young woman was in the officeat .

"i( the row. In'their midst flowed out on the pavement:: 1 the time and her screams brought

.. JarP tally-ho coach with One Cf the finest bands In the procession assistance before harm, came to her

eNspaati and 'two 'magnlrepreaentlng was the Mexican band whicil MaJ. Teat was arrested: and placedin
'
.., ....., me : tha headed the-El Paso Elks clad as,bullfighters 'i the custody of the sheriff who Equipped for repairing and storing

: j| WBL. Penn; the other.sieseing and greasers This .band found it necessary to place a double
Autos. A full of Gasoline and
supply
a the.Delaware, in spoke no English only Its conductor guard around the jail as Indignationwas ,

$5: teat of Washington was a wealthy Mexican.who was drownedat running high and open threatsof Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.

i fey real lee. This spectacle' Atlantic City the day followingthe lynching were made.
Also sell the well known Columbia bat
big and hearty cheers. parade understood English. The .

jiew Tork the mother colors In the Mexican dressing of LATEST NEW ORIGINAL tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs

b4 kr a float/ carrying an these Elks rivaled the rainbow In the ,

adsity 4titfough.. the cracks In variety of their shades and was universally kept in stock. Exclusive agent for
Picture Postcards
eere** little children
admired.
I .Savill Vulcanizing Works Jacksonville.
re (MA, II dressed in the: Elks'trf Pottstown Elks sent an original ,

vUte.and purple. There float of five large flower pots each Any View Anywhere Sample. this work, can be seen, here.

/estrth ,Ife. *t tie beginning, and end'iKocession. occupied by a charming damsel who Made to Order for

The Den. represented In her dress some beautiful -

> was led .by a tiny flower Half A Cent Each IFOR LIVERYThe .

: Base"; It's .members: Long Branch had a float of girls all Copied from any photograph or print Xorwardei .

- .Imsasi. on burros tllk in'bathing suits while, Atlantic City to wiU*s be with bnpnnted the order.on each Nam card of* party publisher ordering with Favorite Reo,Touring Car used-in

horns were attach- had sixty of its ladies r oiled the ..wre... Postcards reproduced and delivered .
..teeto >a tine body of men clad whole length of the procession inboard within 10 day from receipt of order copy and Livery seating capacity for four.
description of KeDe-for which maximum of 50
-Prit. ,'had at TU.tag walk wicker chairs. The In- wads allowed. Pfetcehnile. and PhototypeIDiutrated .

tamed loose their dian Band of Carlisle, composed of Specimen Sheet mailed without T. AL CHASTAINGas

: the '. +NiQ.to .thq.excitement full blooded Indian boys attracted chaise in return for name and address of party
r.Qaesting.pecimen.i.writen on any kind of a
.ods much attention. The Atlantic City Picture Postcard or your baiinesa.stationery. 100
---- tra{ headed by the per cent,to 250 per cent PROFIT Taking Orders
life savers with their boat made quite and Selling"AMEB1CAN"Tradedark]LOCAL -Engineer Proprietor

i9i' s alest elk, both a realistic appearance. Probably the VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exchmr .
cOle (b 'bite :and carrying Wholesale Distribator.nd Uanufactoren Agent
oddest In the a
thing procession was
Dealer.Jobber.Local Newspaper
[Photographer. Phone
pee In SI ss. The largest large number of bottle corks of im- Publisher or Printer [WANTED in ever city 109.
too 1 ches'high; the town and Tfflage. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON
Y1k96e mense size which concealed completely .
tit feet, four Inches.ljltrset TRACT. Write for terms. TEN Handsome ArkansaS
the forms of the Elks from Davenport PhotoeimiJe and Phototype Picture Postcards I
It was greeted Iowa. will be sent to any address oo receipt of '
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-- $! !oYaI. Two rival FIVE[2cl STAMPS
ucIOC -- Camden. N. J., got first prize for CompanyNot
Pbotocolortype
the American
Cherry
largest number of Elks of one lodgein Inc.Reproductions for Any Purpose by AnyProcess. '
. 11 ss0t4 and the Deteentinually -
' SEABOARDAirjine
. lee line and Scranton whose ,Elks

. &OM4N as the were dressed as college boys because 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. Phone
.! by: The Cherry
they have a correspondence school Harrison 4691
13C got the The
prize.
;lee there got the third prize, tho' no one Maker Picture: Postcards.ColorphotoStereog Railway.
; by
1k1k raAreeented could tell why. The Elks were a graphs Calendera Pictures for Newspaper Art.
di i !fig a Liberty Supplements. Magazine Carers. Inserts for Editions
fine looking body of men and many
...' and mi de Luxe Pictures for Framing.Art Studies. Southern Pines
Sec drum Camden ,
t' showed military; training in their or reproductions for any purpose in any quantity Savannah, Columbia, ,

. t : 8f a Liberty marching. I saw not one Intoxicatedman from 1000 up. Write for rat 12-'lt Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

IOCr ed'aa was also In the parade, nor In the city the Philadelphia and New York.
m! itt bite shirt '
'* day of the parade. Of all the airs
t deans,headed DRIND
4csjk by played by the bands, "Dixie and DfllLY
Saying, "Hold Suwannee River" predominated and TWO ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS\

Orleans is
cowmen -
the latter made us feel homesick. '

.tf'Ii'Orr....... sated marching Hawaii Inr next The year.Elks Philadelphia will meet. In having Dallas,spenta Tex., Laxative Fruit SyruDPleasa".t Seaboard Express Seaboard ,Mail


Ada, ;and ag
> quarter of million. on their, entertainment :- to take *
compact14.OOQ
4s5r
has set a precedent that -
miles Does Modem : Pullman : Equipment.
few cities can follow. The new laxative. .
Lodge."

ktt .t8CE Philadelphia July 23, 1907. Line

bale.W s9 beautiful She had Cures stomach end liver The Jamestown Exposition

Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough and chronic= constipation .
! +01; tlmi largest and syrup. Contains no opiates. It troubles NORFOLK, V/\

-_1st !f alll representP'isea drives the cold out of the system by by testerirs; the Tickets on Sale Daily

ts shell on gently moving the bowels. Contains natural :action!the: lom- Excursion

-ttPO ladies, Honey and Tar and tastes near; oB on any agent
bwels.RefUSeeUbatitr' 1 reservatiooS
,the.colon ly; as good as maple syrup. Children ach. Ever and For full information aDd Sleeper

like it. Sold by Live Oak Drug .,. r.-- son r of Seaboard or write Jackgnflla.FJa.ne .
e'bad h Ja Aut. GenL Pass.Anent
EOYLSTO
fSYJ aAt S. C.

wUa 3L l Lmll EYRDAlr. AR f01IY5K DNEYCUJE.ak. F

tiattea up by .+ rnr. cat..../., .V. ." aa. ** XIdn..s .... Bladder flight

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THE EXAMPLE OF DHFOTAlwThe The Punta

OAOAILY, DEMOCRAT says of Mr. Sherwood "an
good, town ,of DeFunlak. inWest cessor at-the'head'of,tfee Iieiea*+ ti"Owing ik4WUNpjjrirr

Published* ,Except erery Sunday Alternoon Florida,has done something almost to the iH health of.his-son.:

startling, and most meritorioay Fi&11k. requiring him to live in, Cow "-.
as well which sets a bright and noble sows tNo t Tug, t.... ...
has resignedhis -
and 3rgr.
iCHAS., W.%I VL. Editor orado ,J. F. Sherwood
example to other community lathe '
every editor ot the Live Oak
position as
., 'Entered at the Postoffiee.'Live Oak.' State. It has convicted a white Democrat and has been succeeded by Mineral Springs, Hotel __ -

Florida., as Second Class Mall Mat loafer there of the crime of vagrancy of"experience
Ctas."W. Irvin a Journalist
,ter.,NOTember T. 1 05.TBE .- and not fined him but given him i
.- only 'and ability: Editor-Sherwood's Mot AND cot BATH*c'i w!! .D. 'O o TA La.wTLa .
three months imprisonment also. IN CVtftY ROOM. BIU.UPOTAK4*
Joss
removal to the west is a distinct
'LITE Oil PDBLISHUG COXP1HY.1THE And this convicted vagrant mind 1 not only to Live Oak. but, to the ptiONL C0N WELL EaiBPPKJ STA8UES.a srs

-- you was not a strolling vagabond State and it will be regretted. by a RATES REASONABLE tiliia

'. 4 DAILY DEMOCRAT will be caught passing through without the host of friends but it fe.a consolation

mailed to any part of the United moral pressure which the home-raised to know that the position'vacated by ADDRESS Pi ARK ttOTEL. DOW LINO PP I.l PiOt _

States, pastage prepaid for 5.00 kind can so often exert to pull them I gentleman,devotedto
him Is filled by a
,per year; ,|2.50 for six months; out of trouble. He was a citizen of i Florida and with =-
of ,
the interests
+; $1.25 for three months or 50 cents DeFunlak. but he had reached the
high
for fire weeks.. In adrance. Delivered ample ability to retain the PARTYt1iOK.
limit and the law actually got color -
to any part of the city, by Journalistic standard set by Editor -

carrier.., for 10 centa per week. blind in his case and treated him jut Sherwood.
.
like he was a '"common nigger." If
live Oak to Dowfwtg Pack ON Mb*air
"Whiskey has ruined me" was the we can get the law to: acting that Glenn.of North Carolina 4+ h
Governor at rate of 50 cams round trip .*
what'a marvel
the unfortunate way all over Florida the
message left by has done a splendid service for a

Sheriff Bennett of Bradford county, ous change for the better there wouldbe whole country in making the fight It. Minimum of tea fares. Celt e*

all the line! Not only would tikct Agent PboM 152 fer-
who committed 'suicide the other along against the insolence and tyranny ot ,{ .I,t.\\

day. A wholerolnme condensed Into the white vagrant promptly hunt a a Federal Judge to save the constitutional .\\\\ \ \\\\,\_ further tefortmatiea.

fur words of tremendous im- Job| or make himself scarce but ,the right of his State to police her

moral effect of such administration of
erlm-
port own affairs and punish her own
the law would be of priceless value to all
inals. That case should by
both races. It would give the guilty
We congratulate the Punta Gorda means go to the Supreme Court of
white man ,to understand that his
Herald upon Its clear and timely the Ufcited States so that we may
color couldn't save him. and it would
article giving Its understanding of know as soon as possible if the
take from the negro the sullen resentment -
the..Everglades land question of States have any rights which a .
he feels when he sees discrimination
which we have all heard so much and Federal Judge is bound to respect.
In favor of the white
know so little and shall find opportunity We suspect that Judge Pritchard. In
criminal merely because he is white
In a few days to reproduceit. his zeal to please went farther than
and give him vastly increased respectfor .
The "swamp and overflowed his master In. the White House real-
and fear of a power that playedno
lands' Issue In Florida has very near- ly wanted him to. Pritch never was
favorites The comment of the
ly swamped and overflowed the popu- much lawyer anyway. Two "COMFORT" CMn
DeFunIak Breeze upon the new departure -
lar mind since the Governor first
of the law over there Is good In less than ONE foamtck
sprung It on us and the muddy problem Chicago society U "all tore up" be- i space
for every other town in Florida as
greatly needs to be clarified. cause a handsome and highly educateed

well as DeFunlak. and for that rea- young octaroon had been entertained I Handsome and Inviting in Appearance tag!
son we reproduce it:
Bishop Vincent ot the Northern "The Breeze is entirely Impersonalwhen for months In Its most select .the Comfortable Features of the Ordinary P&t4\

Methodist church, has declared it says that it regards the conviction circles and made "one of us" in its Hammocks and Swings.
before it was discovered -
swellest homes
against the modern religions revival
for vagrancy as one of the

as brought on by the travelingevangelist best things that ever_ happened in this a negro that mother she was and the the daughterof sister ofa Price $4.50 at Our Store im lire '

and says that its bad effects town. We do not rejoice over the

more than offset the good. We misfortunes or downfall of any one negro saloonkeeper. Her personal $4.00 F. O. B. C ieap.
character and private life were irreproachable -
have alf known many instances in and certainly not In the case of the
which religion obtained at high tem- but they hustled her out
defendant in this case for a few years

perature failed to stick after the cool-: ago there was no bay in this town all the same and were properly hor- PERFECTION WICK OIL S
which shows that the
rified. All of
ing-off period] but it is also a fact growing up under like circumstancesof
racial instinct in the case of the negro
that the consciences of more than n
had So
whom hopes.
( we brighter
few be in is the same both North and South Low Prices--Read TteE.
people can never quickened that It is not that this,particular one Specially
the and while they have ,some fine the-
chill atmosphere of pure reason was convicted, but that there was a
ories of equality about him up ther,
and they must get religion in a hurryor
conviction, and as a result that class
not at alL they are not reliable working the- 1 Burner, $4.75 Burner. $7.003BanarHJ
that has been loafing the streets, de-

pending upon craps and the washing ories for home use. No. 1 Oven, $1.95 No. 2 Oven, $251

The young lawyer Thomas Settleof their wives might do for a livelihood
Gov. Broward is reported as sayIng set 5Oo
North Carolina,who is being mentioned have gone to work and are supplying I Legs per ,
in his speech at Lake Butler on
as the probable successor of a part of the demand for labor. It
July 4th, that "The Times-Union
the late Judge Swayne onthe Federal i was much better too, that it should I '. E.J.BLUME&CB
Gainesville Sun Jasper News. Live
bench in Florida is said to be endorsed I have been a white man than a negro ,
Oak Dem crat. Lake City Index and
for the position by Federal' that was made an example of. ..AconT1cU
Lake Butler Star are all owned body
Judge Pritchard. of the old North -n of a white man for this of- "
and soul by the corporations. There
State. The latter is the man who is fense will put an end to loafing ne- Live Oak M'f'g.Co.Manufacturers
must be some mistake about this. If .
just new attempting to destroy groes In this section as. well as set .
he did say so. Insofar as this paperis
rights up there., even the stat.a'i the white loafers to doing something, '
concerned he stated what we.shall]
cognized in New England as beyond I while had the defendant been a negro of
I mildly say was untrue,-Lake City
Interference of the United States its effect would have gone no further *

Government-the common police than the members of his own race. Index Lumber Shingles Ice ElectricPover L*
We, too. think there must be some ,
powers in the State -and if There is too much to do. and too
mistake in the paragraph and that
young Settle is of that school much demand for labor for there to and Turpentine.Electric .
the 'Governor did not classify the
Heaven forbid that he should get on be any room' for loafers. If other
Democrat as being owned body and: of the city fur
the bench in Florida. Even Swayne town and counties will follow the ex- Lights in any part
soul by the "corporations, i. e.. the
might have hesitated to go the length ample set by DeFunlak there will be reasoewi
&railroad Interests and, other arms of Residence or Business Houses at a very
that Pritchard has in destroying the much less cry for men to work," "
sovereignty of a State. I the "octopus. No paper In Floridas Electric power-Day and night current-for oas
I F more absolutely independent of such

The editor of the Starke Telegraphwas Influences than is the Democrat andIt ing purposes. ,

We have so much faith in thequickening I speaker of the House in the last would be flagrantly and Inexcusably Wholesale and, retail Ice-out of City orders&*}

and educative influence of legislature and in discussing the
untrue to that the "
say .corporations" cial attention and all orders promptly filled.
good reading matter along special "great conspiracy"1 in his paper he either owned it or exercisedthe ,

lines that we venture to say if every i j sizes up "Peter" and "Claud" witha slightest control over Its columns. i We will give you good prices on low grk cdc

teacher in Florida would subscribefor genial sarcasm which doubtless expresses Governor Broward 4'
studiously affectsto
flooring. Come and get our prices.
and read the Florida School Exponent -! ; the views of a large body of think little of the State papers not '

regularly and thoroughly it I disinterested people who have seen -1
t In line with his policies (we all know ,

would materially increase that teach- n3: reason to get violently excited on how that Is-It's an old trick In the

er's efficiency and pleasure In his work i't either side of the issue. He says: of and
game politics fools only the !, We OnlY
This because of new and valuable I I "To be brutally frank, Peter and uninitiated), but It is probably a mis- Sell Merchants

suggestions received and because it I Claud take themselves too seriously take to report him as stating in a

would aid him to "magnify his call-t and in turn take one another too public, speech that* the Live Oak CARRY STOCK OF

Ing" and realize that it was some seriously. Peter has an Idea that all Democrat "owned t
was body and soul
thing better than a mere road to .the railroads in the State would betornup by the corporations. He never had Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Goo' f

bread and butter a temporary makeshift I root and branch if he did a scrap of evidence in his life to Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S.'Meat. Canned I

to be cast aside at the first con- not make his biennial visits to-Tallahassee Justify him In making such a statement kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee SUg3t'

venient opportunity. The curse ofinefficiency and Claud just knows the, the
.and statement itself, If Candy Crackers Potash Soaps Wa.shln1JI
would with the ,
will rest upon the teach- octopus run off Stateif made him
by or hasn'tgrain
anyone else a Lavadura
ing in any school jf the teacher holds he were not on hand every minute; of truth In it. ; Extracts, W_ rifting Tabltsn t1

his work as' drudgery and watches the legislature is In session. They cils, Box Paper Pipes, Paper Bar !WI' I

the clock as eagerly as the restless are honest in this. It's the way with All The World Honest Money Tobaco. ToIu

children committed to his keeping. some people. But, as. we said, they I
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment Wrigleys Chewing Gums
That kind of instruction is not"value take themselves too seriously. We
has no superior for Rheumatism Cigars Anita Big S
received to the taxpayer who footthe are Informed on what appears to be Fenandey,

bill and no conscientious teacher good authority that the legislatureused Stiff Joints Cuts Sprains Lumbago El. Bogador, Uncle Bill.

wants to render such inadequate ser- 'to meet about every two yeas and all pains. Buy It, try It and you Visiting 0Gt ** ..
make
Merchants are Cordially united to
vice. Stimulating literature Is what before Peter or Claud eve saw the will always use it. Any body who quarters while in the city.

the bored and languid pedagogue red hills of old Leon and traditionhas has used Ballard's Snow Liniment. I ;
these OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT
should seek.for to renew or create an it that meetings, got on a living proof of what it does. ,Awe

interest in his work, and Prof. Mc- moderately well with the affairs of ask of y:u is to get a trial bottle.Prtc .

Beath's bright little. periodical will State minus the presence of either.of I -, 25c. SOc and $1.00., Suwan live- Oak Brokerage & C
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to his l1ater., ,was sere today. fOR SAIIi
visit I
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went to Tallahasseet W. F, Mobley of Padlock is lathe '

,t] ott. city today trading''''=..... ,.._..
I :: _City and Suburban :: 7:VJ l Q f Lrt Q2 LR t.,2.ai @..er : f CC

-: BHiabeth Humphreys E. L.Corbett. of Pine Grove is one _,_

I XJM two the'Park this morning. I of the substantial arme'a.of-"Suwan .....,. v..., .. '' -,'- .-. 11( ....- .... -..,.- .
nee county who is in the city today. tFire { .
Properties 'ic"
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of Jasper .
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wd+7r whose names we could not lean have :' I I ,Mosquitoe Bars and all Sum- %

geod-In bola the gone to the Antioch picnic today.J. .

Life and AccidentINSURANCE t'J mer Goods -

A. DeBerry one of the prosperous in r

)day leftyesterday farmers of the Padlock section; Old Reliable Companies ,. : '-, .....,..
T.J.
i Springs for a month's stay. was in the city today cn'' business. : '. '. ; i GOING AT GQST.


was The commissioners, T*Lo tare been t' ...::
Deaa, of High Springs I ,Prices are very interesting.. .. }
In session this week
his to Peacock. equalizing taxes : j
_y.oa way attention Come let us show you
Prompt given
adjourned yesterday having completed to g
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ai I1 went to Alachua this their labors. ALL BUSINESS I


:S beutnees.1i W. D. Whatley of Rocky Sink has i J. B. it .
BARTON & CO..
EDWARDSREALTY CO.
I IBfk, of Bossbnrg. wag here changed his diet and came In yesterday *"
for rice to last him over Sunday
i H. L. CAMPBELL, MANAGER
Instead. grits. '
.it
MM,of Rossbnrg. was In the I -. Lewin Building, Room ;3. i

..g today. Mr. and Mrs. Klriam are visiting Phone No. 44. :

friends down on the Live' Oak. Perry :. . . . . . J . . .. ..
daughter of New- & Gulf for a few days.
and
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nwe Sere today shopping. Cottages with kitchens and dining Kdol'wlU nourish and strengthenyour E, E. Cox formerly of this pface,
Westbrook Into
W, I. has moved 1
room for rent at Suwannee Springs. digestive organs and furnish but now flagging on the Seaboard be
WIll Tedder Is here from Fen- the Byrd house vacated by Harry
i Cottages furnished except linen the natural digestive Juices for your tween Jacksonville and Tampa,;arrived

te8sy. Taylor. kitchen and dining room furnished stomach. It will make you welL i here yesterday; and will stay

r---=- with tables chaIrs and stove |? per Kodol digests what you aat. Sold or OTer until Monday. -

itfer and Miss Bessie Hath- ,' Mrs. Baehe. Mrs. Hopson Mrs. KIn- week or $20 per month. No chargefor Live Oak Drug Store. d-.v* _

wat to Savannah yesterday. chen and. Miss Mamie KInchen wentto baths to cottagers. Apply to F. .
The Sniffle .
the Park yesterday spending the L. Rees. Lire Oak or Snwannee .s
Rev. J, A. Hendry presiding elderof that wont come off, appear OB b*.
.del. of New Hope was day delightfully. Springs. it
bys face after
&.. ,-terd&J. the Jacksonville district Methodist Vermifuge the great worm

FOR SALE-A good thoroughbred Rev. H. DutIll will be In his pulpitat Episcopal Church. South accompanied medicine. Why not keep that smile

Bate mad a business trip to Jersey cow. that will milk in the }Methodist church tomorrow by Rev. H. Dutlll. went to Pine on baby's face. if yon keep .ti's .

1s,,yesterday. I ten days: Will give three gallons of morning, where he will deliver the Mount today to attend a quarterly medicine on hand you will never see

,.._;-- milk a day. Apply to Walker second discourse of a series of ser- any thing else bat sm"H on his lace.
Dutlll will return this
meeting. Rev
.pukvflrta and wife. were in Payne* tf mons on the Ten Commandment Mrs. S--. Blaekwell Okla. wrttea; :;

,......,.. These discourses are very interesting afterncon and Rev. Hendry will re- "My baby was peevish and fretfuL '
main In that community until after
-- i Mrs. Klnchen'and her pretty daughter and of much practical Importance to Would not eat and I feared he would --1

:l.(:Ssaader..andrcl111dre Miss Mamie, who have been visiting every one, whether' Christian or the morning service tomorrow, when die. I used a bottle of WbitVa

.... But_Coast this morning.. [ ,Mrs. C. Wfc Baehe returned to not,. In the couse of the. series the he will return to Live Oak and preachat Cream Vermifuge and be has not '

:their home in .White Springs this preacher will. consider almost every Methodist church tomorrow I had a sick day sisce. Suwaa&e I
ft. MMkveti. was registered at I 'i night. Drug Co. d-wa
morning. practical phase of....moral life,. with i
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J ftH"Jeaterdar. which we hare to contend, and he Is .
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I Remember that tonight is the last doing so in a very able and at same __I . . . . :

BseM); who has, been I night Manzani will give entertainments time succinct manner. No one can i f
1rI' e<<3.' F. Sauls here. OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT
i1)L" I in this city. He is certainly hear these sermons without personal i 1 1I
1 Ht Cky today
i a "wizard" and all should be on band benefit and we bespeak for him a good i
is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. ts
went tonight to witness his wonderful per- audience to morrow morning at 11 I
(i..eU to 'OJrlen'rc. ; broad enough to accommodate all. and :
formances.Mrs. o'clock. '
[ tad will bring his wife I
i HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:
fcftMkvtthalm.Ltafferd Charley Taylor is the name of a n*-
c T, Laughlnghouse Is sick ,
grot who got obstreperous last night i L- The young folks with their small savings.
with,the measles, and her husband
returned from because he thought the pastor of the 4 2.-The breadwinner striving to accumulate a fund
who is_ clerking for M. Lazarus has
*jwtwday and'may. remain colored Methodist church was going : to procure a home or a competency for old age. i
'(: been compelled to quit working temporarily + well-to-do for the convenience afforded and 1
home with a female friend. He 3.-The ,

.. avowed that if this "sky pilot" went 1 the income provided. I

swi Bg t.:'of Houston, were home with the woman he would kill : 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. 1
B .S. Palmer Jr.. of Lake City, was
a Wt. ta.Hra.. Georgia Wolfe him when church broke up. Taylorwas
Itps. attracted to this city last night andis oft the spot and although he saw i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak, Florida j

here today. The attraction was nothing of the woman, picked a fuss . - - ,_ .. :. . . . .
powerful but our Live Oak young -
Mmi,the stenographer with the pastor and as a result his
men. when they get in line may cut -
** Ease, spend Sunday left hand came in contact with an

I Ia Le* out his visits. There is oppoistion ty umbrella and the hand was'considerably Faa BOOK X NEWS[ CO. FffibeIIwBLIocIicicK

-I1s .. of the Hair Hard- himself.the air, and B. S. will have to bestir home lacerated.and got a shot-gun Then Taylor and appeared went- ;; : :a


k, klg today at CorrespondsHOWARD
on the scene of the original con
Fred: Hugger, the contractor and SCHOOL '
flict. The woman had "skiddooed II l Wit Yom
builder returned from Montgomey 5UP
but instead there appeared city mar- I II
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Bets that Brother shal Lyle.who gathered: him into the ii l\\
to fom his conversation that he will
hU house'on acSim1 In fold. and this morning Mayor Johnson "AYATCH _
+jr.i make his permanent headquarters
assessed a fine of $28 including (It b accurate.
Live Oak. and we hope such is thecase.
costs and Taylor is hustling to raise '
) Mes and Pauline The buildings he has constructed the dough., e1 hliapIeanrttokaewdMtjawthenghltaneto I .

Were here here show that he is a first-class .
yes- Elie scaad: bUt a bpN'fibk .
contractor' and many of our best peo- During the summer kidney irregularities andba leas ao .

ple want him to stay'In Live Oak. are often caused by excessive }I1iIJa1lt.,

*. Bf Jaspers came drinking or being overheated. Attend =. Howard

>ills awning, Mrs. M. C. Carlton, "of" Island to the kidneys at once by using :::-- .: '
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t5.uP Grove, who has been here on a visit Foley's Kidney Cure. City Pharmacy : ;;.;:" ...>, B .'.\ bd-
dw.vThwThwvw. SCHOOL CHILDREN.can II I !' t \ .1f4J
to her II I
daughter;Mrs. A. W. Pope re- I : rucu "
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and his 1
sister turned home this do their best work when they sntolut
morning taking .rww r :
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with her on a visit Mr. and Mrs. hare all the necessary '':. / <-
Whittingtonhag To Suwannee Springs II IIRrO soil. with. We can furnish Blank e. 'rssRADFORD :
Pope's little son and ,daughter. A "

strange.thing'about these.children is [)[( SCHEME I handles books Rulers and everything Pads Pencils needful, Pen to anERX Send mmaARlJ for- C2E book of- j'

ea.'eI1itled"WATCll .
3k hag purfli that their parents, can.neither talk nor the student. on.HOWARPW.ATCH WISDOM '1

stand on hear, yet the children can do both, OCR PRICESare for bale .s
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eping it BEGSNING JULY 17th. I Ali standard !
1n fine aa can, their offer an
grandmother.
They are very low Jet we can you .

interesting chidren, bright and intelligent ... Live Wave Oak Suwannee 70 *..mLe Springs. 830 a.m. AITIT fa I exceptional varied stock to choosefr 'y i ii

and their T.LIT Oak 1130 Lm. Arrive at the I i
parents are Justly
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> resentaie proud of them. Mrs. Carlton has 1Aa.Spnnc. 1:00 P....Arrive I hr.Oak at I The Jeweler !.
130p.ni
in town to. another Lear*LIT Oak fcOO pjn. Arnv.Spry at Managtr
daughter.
Alice visiting here COOK riA.
CF ITU OAK
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for :30 p.ID and Owner
that who_ is also a mute, and Is exceedingly 1'ar. SOc Each \Alav.T. .

,pfettyla&a:atUactveVnd-Intelligent I AL.CHASTALN,Driver-> phoa.10* t DEMOCRAT ONLY TEX CEETS A WEEK.L1i .

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t If ysnr idea of what is honestdoesn't ,r
A LITTLE FUN SOW AND THEN. .
agree with the world's Idea I
it is time lor you to change.A -
The worst disappointment thatc I

mea to a woman is to hare a man soothing
cleansing clean cooling -
fall to disappoint her when she expected -
healing household remedy U
him to. DeWitt's Carbollxed Witch Hazel Red Rock Ginger Ale

Salve. S:1J: by Use Oak Drug Store.

A Wonderful Happening d-w. y = Is the Real Article

Fort Byron X Y.. has witnessedone
If there Is nobody: slandering you
of the most remarkable cases of
it is a sure sign that you are not doIng An inferior wear fiat
imitation
heal :g ever recorded. Amos F.
King, of tl at pace says: "Bucklen's anything worth while. ale will cause indigestion and eoastipaKas -

.Arnica.Salve cured a sore on my tion-dd atin g the very-urose for which
The Charming WomanIs
" leg with wtlch I had suffered over RED ROCK GINGER ALE has be
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not necessarily one ot perfect form
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$e ears. I am now eighty-fire. 1
and features. Many a plain woman E come fatuous
Guaranteed to cure all sores by Barclay 1(11( Il It pi
who could artist's + ;j The value 01
& Groover.:; Druggists. %5e.' never serve as an Purity and Quality canes tt
d-w model possesses those rare qualitiesthat t r be to strongly urge Get RED ROC E.r .
A REAL
all the world admires: neatness which stands out UIIGIIC
-- clean oth r aU other brands-foreign and domestic-u th aaM
clear am and
eyes: skin of perfection in
No man ever succeeded If he stop action health combining puritf, qualit7 ut
P ,the sprlghtllnesa of step and giving results.
pad working to listen forthe opin- that accompany good health. A phy- A
-lons of others on what he had accom- sically weak woman la never attractive Sald.v rrwb. ..buss and ......bottI.a .
:""pllshed.: : .' ; 1 Set a claM from bottU,
'" ... not even to herself. Electric '*..s(4
Bitters restore weak, women, give "' = tik THE RED ROCKCOJacKsonville .

The best remedy for backache strong nerves bright eves, smooth t ,

weak kidneys Inflammation of thebladder velvety skin beautiful complexion. Florida.
is DeIUs Kidney and Blad-I Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover

der Falls: Their act! ,n is promptand Druggists. 5" cents d-w
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sure. week's tratment for
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25c. Sold by UTe Oak Drug Store. Some men never get what they

d-w want because they do not know Just
I I what it is they do want. -

:The greatest rarity In the worldis One --
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a man who doesn't think some Wisdom is what leads one man to pos:tlon Is to make a careful
other fellow's job; better than his employ another to do something that of his wife's face. study
---f-.' -.jrrown1 : fce himself cannot do. BOTTLEDProves

You can never be a martyr unless
G. B. Burhans. of Carlisle Center. Abraham Lincoln the fellow that persecutes you loses

was a man who against all odds out In the end.
"About four
X Y., writes: years
6.gI- wrote fOil stating that I had attained the highest honor a man rL

been entirely cured of a severe kidney j{could get in the United States. Bal- It is very close to pathetic to seea

trouble by taking less than two I|lard's. Horehound Syrup has attained body of men trying to legislate I Big Help For Tired UnllJ
bottles of F ley'. Kidney Cure. !t their fellows int* virtue.
a place never equaled by any
treat and pain and symptoms ,of other like remedy. It is a sure cure No There is bound to come a time through a
kidney disease disappeared I am matter what a woman does she endless day when over-worked
for Coughs Coals, Bronchitis Influenza enerPSbgCtit .
tie brick dust eedl- finds some
of
entirely stopped : : way putting all the to continue the heavy strain.
I 'never had a' and all Pulm, nary diseases. blame on her .
g'ad to say that have husband.For Coca-Cola solves this
dur- i Every mother should keep suppLed important .;,; .,;
return, of "n7'o( those symptoms dears t throat
every man that of
is
i with. this wonderful cough medlclte. working la su stains the lIeuCo a.Cota
that taTe elapsed
ing tfce four year this world there trenzth ,
and I am evidently cured ti stay :Suwannee. Drug Co. 4t -. are ten standing right IS RIGH Sterilised boUJa. 1lWiZ&
around
cured and heartily recommend Fol t giving advice. mean tb)e proportions are always

ey's Kidney Cure to any one sufferIng -! It is funny how much bigger trou- Some men that have brains are
trouble. ble seems when it hits us than whenIt handicapped by not
from kidney or bladder knowing how
d-w strikes the other fellow. i to use them. Live
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McEwelAccident ', Farmers--.. .", -; Rooster---Slj-r'Ue Vatermu- t :Live Oak & i.tA
t have been Perry u f
; :At tte o enl tf1.orfUr. Staff : very' rough today.: Y I\
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Panaera ,}ETnloa at TaRs>sa3see onJtrly : Dnck-Wha(; 'makes yrn _' ,_ )_ r :
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15th and 16th.. :The Jasper News, think. sp! r ., Sehedrfe_ EffectiveIftAr I.;IM1. _

? gentS. at Jasper. Fla., was adopted as ouroffica1 The Rooster Why. your'husband '. .
0 took the entire road coming home. :.oar som.v .-...
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Lars case ilile awocar :
'It"Is, therefore, the mediuatthrough -York Dispatch. aril aP.e c t! .er asp.
Viral .... ser Pas

:{Corporation of, fee -which -we will communicat- Tour Liver .f' xa r. xa t Na s. are '
with"another.'It' .
Izw i Ala i Imo.I! F >t..LA.
Is ,out of.order.You,go to bed In a
Is the paper 'In which will appear :.
pELPSIAInsurance bad humor and get UP with .
a bad it. P. Y. P jL
all of our official notices, .. ,
proper taste. P. yL !
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yourmonth.: You want Jlr riw i ,.
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through, the something 13'JiUmuI t& 'wur Uver.
paper and it is necessary that this
Just try Heroine the liver regulator.

paper be read bY. every Tanner. A IYe cure Jo- Constipation S 45.Ar Z Ar s stt s ss. s
.... Union' man in Florida.Therefore I Iosep I =la and all liver complaints. LT S 4V LTKj i S+ i IS t

t Monthly Preni- as president othe I -. Ft. Worth Texas writes: 467

Florida ,State Farmers Union.. I call "Have used Herb'ne lu my familyfor s SL&$19t. $s L.sI fli
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... plan.o npon- every President and Secretary years. Words can't express whatI $501s
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Treasurer of every Local Union In think about it. Everybody in :25i SZS s. a

the State to get up a list'of subscribers my household are Lappy and well *a|t 3! sash + sis
is
IS i 'o. i ai
and claims in their local, and we ewe it to Herl>lne. Sawwi- ArlO o6Ars ArP. -- s .E' ea, a -
issued urge upon every 1C t P. LjLP 1LL..3L
member the Importance of taking our nee Drug Co. d-w

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MAYO
AND ALTOX
The Jasper News Jasper, Fla. BKAXCH.
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State President O2-HEM LAST 4JgD
ITHEY *>.ac jm.* Pas..n '- -
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six months. SO cents; in clubs of five j

Nth n Florida* or more '{5 cents. SATISFY -

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Long Live The King:

POST Off u Building. Is the_popular cry throughout Euro-1 I ;

pean countries; while in America.

Florida. the cry of the presentday Lj -"Long II tus. --- .L. s so.Lr s Ia Lr. L.i a ,
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tQftk live Dr. King's New Discovery Kingof -
Regular stop. Connection made at DowUn?Park for all train to and
-Throat ond Lung Remedies!" from Live Oak and
I Perry. For further information as to connections with other
of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine.' line3 call on anticket agent. Trains makes connection atlLive tOak, with all
loAAL CARDS. Truro. Mass... says: "It never falls)! beaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains f
J. LEE E.YSIGPresident.. .
to_ give Immediate relief and tcj; P. HOPKINS,Traffi XamajrrrERI
I S.T. GRIttSHAW, i
!I[. DION, quickly: cure a cough or cold." Mrs. I II I "Star Brand Shoes Are Better." Superintendent.R. is
Paine's opinion Is shared by a majority I-

DENTIST. of the Inhabitants of this country.-.|!,Ii i May be you have been put to a i F!

New Discovery cures weak lungs and I great-deal of expense and incon-
S AND': BWDCEftK.iarEeui.TiES. sore throats after all other remedies 4vsoii.
feOWX venience
4 by buying shoes that
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have failed; and for coughs and colds. I
did not fit, did not hold their
It's the only sure cure. Guaranteedby ;

JJJWQME", Barclay: .& Groover Druggists. 'i shape did not wear well and t

50c and"100.Y Trial bottle free. !likely the soles on some of these I N ti i

t: -, d-w shoes ripped bud pulled off. ? ;

&CooNsELOBAT LAw.
I: We have a line that will fit from
t TtDRIPA.ha Defined. .. I{! n..sc -
the start "no breaking in"
BrtiaftMStaM. S.Ie .-. Little Willie-Say. pa, what is a : nec- '
..... Cawwaaca*. CoDwamtM I essary. They will hold their
!ta baoMav prcnptiy Mtand statesman i!'
Pa-A statesman my: son, is a shape for-they are honestly made For Sick LiversA
i.aMr loa+s STAT.aT Lagoa.
politician who knows a band wagon by expert shoe makers in special- '

J, W. WEST, when he sees It.-.Chicago News. s i ty factories. PURELY' VEGETABLE

i Bound to wear well for the best
land Surgeon. Was in Poor Health for Years I -COMPOUND ss
|leather,and material.is used in I
Ohio Avenge.j Ira W. Keller: of Mansfield Pa.;

$ iy&t Ethel HoteL writesc :"1 was In poor health for every pair. CORES CONSTIPATION. DY9FEP.
QUICKLY 81 A,MALAKIA.CHILLS an4 '
s.ue. two years suffering from kidney and I J I Nd chance for the soles to rip ALL UVER COMH LA*rrS. -

n bladder, trouble, and spent consider- ;?:off for they are put on with a A GUARANTEED CURE for aQ dseases produced by
Ha.sisI*Gre ..r)Igo.Ii.Teusauso. TORPID UVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle par*
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able money consulting physicianswithout 'clinch fastening. Chased! today may sass you a sick spell tomorrow.

F:E.TxoMAsoN:. obtaining any marked benefit f
This is a shoe to answer for
but was cured by Foley's Kidney ATTE1
& I service and dress wear too. CURED OP CHILLS AND FEVER
Cure and T desire to add my testimony -' ALL OTHER MEDICINES FA1LEBMia. j
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They are made of box calf,
that it may be the-cause of restoring .W.A.Woitew IL Emory Tex..
'the leather that polishes nicely had chills mIner
child
others." wntes: My
& SURGEONS the health of
? 'I'and (or roar yean. We tried all kinds of
MBVMVMBIM Refuse substitutes. City Pharmacy wears so long. medicines aDd fiaHy a acquaintance of "'

t | t FLORIDA. d-w* "Our mine recommended Herbto.. Wt aced
You had just as well buy t
I time bottle, salt the child i*aver SGI8- '
:Family" shoes, get satisfaction IIcsJy curad. Yoa haft my pcrmiuioa
Stimulation Without Irritation. I I to publish this timonial. as X cheerful -
and pleasure from every pair, Herbiae to all mothers
.CHAS.L recommend
TAYLOR ]*
; ; That Is the watchword. That Is I "
,and pay no more than for the hiring children afflicted mine.
what Orino* Laxative.--Fruit Syrup; ,+ I
/r: GET TKBilURD GlR
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kind. tAXQE BOTTLE.
I ordinary
ARY: ;
does. Cleanse and< stimulates the
bowels without irritation In any form 'Men's...,.-__-..$2.00 to $3.001 I _SNOW LIKIHEKT 61 ;

=Office d.w* Boys L75 to $2.25 ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
(rings) 143 ; ; City Pbarmancy. I --u.-

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',- Making a Fortune i Misses__----- $1.50 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ".,

f .Archie-They say that Kipling Children's ..-.--.-$1.10 to $1.35 Suwannee Drug Company.

i APER gets twenty cents a word for his "We walk on Stars,

it need writings. So can You."
Qf hive wall pa- Miss Innocent should think .
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HH. he'd hire one of these rapid" typewriters [ DOWLING LIMBER co.' Rates To'
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PETTY, at to write for him.-Chicago : Round Trip

iOWL\G PARK. FL.\..
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War Against Consumption

LTLE All nations are endeavoring to JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA
& MUKS
check, the ravages of consumption ciii1jpi

AWl JEWELER the,white..plague- thai claims\so .
many victims. each year. Folejr's

Honey and Tar cures coughs and ATLANTIC COAST LINE!RAILWAY

i 2wsgs n hand: colds perfectly 'and you are la. nodanger
t o;consumption Do not risk [Wholesale and Retail -

routjiiealtl btak.iume'unknown : From LIVE OAK. Florida

preparation n Foley's Honey and :' Dealers in Flori- with stop
Tar 1) safe and certain in results. $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily

Pepsin The genuine is In a yellow package. within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

City Pharmacy d-w da: and Western'MEATS ovens$27.30 Sixty day ticket On sale daily with stop

Pepsin." within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper- .. i
Probably The Case. over with stop
ticket. On sale daily {
day
Fifteen
'i The Poet-I. shall marry whom I $22.55

please. *':* within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. !
over
a The Girl-But suppose you don't Phone 24. $14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday

I please &I17bodyf-L:>ndon Opinion. pnviliges.Two'"daily .
over
\ : : : t It %." only good in coaches. No stop
and night
morning
: i ; Prompt deliveries trains, standard Pullman sleeper on PURPLE
woo.' When there is the slightest indication I Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult :

train, fare from to or all !
of indigestion heart burn Pullman write
..ICs mformation'and
flatulence or any form of stomach anywhere in the FOLDER. For further Agent, Atlantic CoastLine
passenger
macy trouble take a little Kodol occasionally on Frank C. Boylsto, District

and yon will get prompt relief. City. Jacksonville, Fla.

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= -> ';- : :' 36 Inch Jap=Wash Silk, White only 45c.' 27 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, all Colors 4Qc. "- -- i, :;:

One thousand yard Val. and Roun4"C -,
19 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 20c. _

= Thread Lace 6 1-2c. Values going at 4c: 32 Inch Madrass 25c;value going at 15c. w F TM

.. ;1" 30 Inch Madrass Stripe fig.ires 20c values going at Hc. _

'. SILK PIANO COVERS WORTH $2.00 to $5.00 YOUR CHOICE fOR 95c.

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Ten One Fourth Quarters Gold Medal Sheeting 81 Inch wide only 25c. 25 Doz. Towels same as above 36 x 19 0% ifc

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teacher has taken charge of :Mrs. C. Ed Fackler, son of B. A. ;Fackler. niinNOTICB

N. Hlldreth's class, and all the pupil; the latter well-known in this city was
0 ;:& CHURCHES are much pleased with her work. here today having quit work: on his

1' I The singing was unnsnaly good last father's paper,at Bainbridge. Ga.. and
I I f Contractors and
for work. Sam seems to : o Prospective BuiHa
I Where To Worship Sunday Sunday; as this Is one of the highest is looking :
: accomplishments ot elocution we be in hard luck in the newspaper '
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begun to study to sing well
:Elder
:. Butler. Pastor. will do EO at once. Charles Rubenstein Is trying to ; will furnish you your Lime, Coccnt,

f f';' Services at 11 a. m.. and 8 p. m. We will soon; begin to plan a mis- reduce flesh by attending the Antioch Plaster, Laths and all Idndt al ...
Eld. B. D. Baldwin, will preach at sionary rally day to be participated in picnic today but we venture to
:'. the morning service. The pastor will by all the classes of the school and assert that' hs will come back fatter OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brkk. A

speak at the night service. The subject we hope to render such a fine program I'I than ever. Those people there fee.
will be: "The Pharisees' Greatest that the church well and they have sufficient grub to
Sin.'.' building will be: j I The Live Oak Brick & SaulDeputy
: .1 filled to overflowing. This we are overflow Mr. Rnbenstein's gastronomical -

Sunday-school at 10 a. m. certain we will do when,we make the tank.. ... .
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? 8 o'clock. mind that a fine program will soon be The third quarterly conference for Sheriff Stokely returned Geed t &n4|
t '' ..Electric,fans will be In use at the presented by the Methodist Sunday the Methodist church in Live Oak was from Taylor county this morning
: .p night service. Come,. my friends school,-and everybody will be expected held at the church last night. The
'i- where Ae and J. b!. Rosa
remember spent a CorlBftos Ca, malone
you are always welcome
to take part and Insure a great presiding elder. Rev. J. A. Hendry.
with us. AU strangers in the city success. was present and conducted the busi- week hunting. Now we don't know ta his isctettf totcrday

> are-cordially Invited to our services. i Remember that a cordial welcome ness of the meeting. The pastor made whether they went In Quest of a mores ...

.'-: Is always extended to visitors.J. reports on the different parts of his 'tiger' or a bear but circumstance aged 4$ yean. a f #*
; ... Methodist Church-H. Dutlll. Pastor. work
indicating that he has all departments
E. WOOD Sept."Local point to a bear for they brought a residing five Malt vfe
? Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m. A of his church well In hand
k hide of that character home with too. was atts+taei .c I
Preaching at 11 a. nu, by the pas and In healthy-,condition. The reports -
.tor., Subject the second discourse of Overflow"S. from the Sunday-school! and them. They failed to tell ", and the and 10 trfPttdI amt'

a series of sermons on the Ten Con> Epworth League departments were Taylo county Herald does not quote fOUl animal ttt.lih

r-. mandmenta.' D. Clark of Montlcello was at exceptionally good. The Sunday- the prices on bear hides In that counts ty minim site k4P
<- Leagues at their. usual hours In the the Ethel last night school attendance has been unusually or we might tell our readers what Lome. B. vu tasttM

--1 afternoon. large, and continues to remain so In the trip cost them. ence of ttt hi s3 tef
:Y--.. Preaching at night by Rev. J. A. C. B. Dunn of Chlpley. was here spite of the hot'weather. The church having stray**&*t 9*
.
Hendry, presiding elder. yesterday a guest of the EtheLR. membership is making One of the days we remember with tog pactvrs. Ws t9r w.
I growth, and
i-" : drea unite feist ]I
the pleasure, as well as with profit to If
t At the Baptist Church-C. A. Ridley K. and L. L. Taylor, of Mayo, general state of the charge Is our health.. Is the one on which wt f
r,,1; Pastor. I were in the city yesterday. encouraging. Rev. Hendry Is hold-
became Mi&edlat
1'I I acquainted with Dr. Kings Quick rc&f #***
On account of a very bad eye Bra I It t I Ing a quarterly conference at Pine New Life Pills the painless purifiers Fok7" HOH1 talk
Ridley will not be able to preach to- 'i I.I J. M. RIggins. of O'Brien was registered Meant today but will return and, fill that cure headache and biliousness, rt&d tt I*****1*

g morrow..... Rev.'Chas. W. Irvin will nil at the Ethel yesterday.Mrs. the pulp at the Methodist church and keep the bowels right 2Se at the worst tttftt tU I*

the pulpit at the morning service, I ere tomorrow Barclay & Grooves Drug Store. will effect a csr tII
evening at 8 o'clock.
W. E. Quarterman
: and Rev. S. G. Mullins. of St. Petersburg was upI d-w* i!
from Perry yesterday.
will preach at night.Sundaschool I -;
.' . _
.
at the hour. .r. T I . . 3
usual ,
Marvin I r 1 1 T T T T T T 1 1 T T 1 1 I T T r--
Butler has recovered from : '
Young Pe- !e'. meeting at 6:45,p. I I
his recent severe Illness, and was able :
m.; to be at his place of business today. 'liHY BE CONTENT WITH YOUR ffi I
L The children. are, urged to be 03 I : PRESENT STATION ''I LIFE )

I hand promptly at Sanday-school.. 1 '
-. Commlssi_ner W. ,A. Rye of : WT HOT FBEFIBE YOURSELF FOR A -
services.Everybody welcome to the church Lanier Is here today. I GOOD PAYING POSITION __ -oJ I II

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Episcopal Church-Curtis Grubb -;, Cot and Mrs.P. W.Butler return By: attending the "Popnlar Summer School I
Rector. ed from Mayo today where they have '
THE, .
been visitMiss
on a
'Services at the Episcopal church at .
3 11 a. m. I II I '
1
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. I I Stella Bevan the efficient )
; AU are cordially Invited to attend. I teacher at Norwood, came home today ,
c-: to spend Sunday with her par- ) :. I
;:, Notice. ents. i t

',:;;,-' There will be a Sanday-school picnic I I I t
::, at Leona church on Saturday. Mrs. W. L. Everett went to Long

24th of August. Irr I|I Branch, yesterday to meet her husband -

We especially Invite all other Sun- 1 ling and also to assist in the meet- .
there.
$ day-schools to come with well-filled
_=_-_ baskets and take part in the exercises i
of the day. We also extend an in- j] Charley and Thomas Glldersleeve
!
tt. vltatlon both to the editor of the Advocate ,left for Jacksonville this morning. It ,
";-l and Democrat to come down is so seldom that Charley leaves Live dIs
;_ < prepared to deliver us a rood speech. Oak to go farther than Porter Sta- I
: Come one. come all..and let's have the Standard Commercial College in North Florida and fc CU-1
object the best :
; summer
C' a good time. While we are feeding school m this section. J

;".. '_'.t the physical bodies. let's get some j Scholarships: $40.00. $5O.OO $75.00. and $g000.t 'j
.
{-jo.: good food for the spiritual body also.COMMITTEE. A. L. McLendon, a linotype Oper-
>. ator In the Democrat office met with I Wnte for Catalogue and special summer announcement.
..
,. ;. an exciting
experience at his horn i

i :r "The Methodist Sunday School last night. A house cat apparently I ; SOUTHERN BUSINESS COUES(
' ''' s Last Sunday there were present mad. frightened the household and ,
it" '",_ near 115. and all 'seemed much In- came near attacking the children. Mr. '1
t terested. Miss Bertha Hobson has returned McClendon seized a pistol and ran out'of 2 Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
.
.
{ and resumed her former place doors and dispatched the feline u.OAK.. LOKII'-.A
",, L. M F
;. "of In the class much to the pleasure of i This will probably settle the mad cat .- HATTON, G. s. S
-the other members. Jclty.i t business In the southwest part of the President and Proprietor f1'P""'"

Miss Starker an accomplished

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