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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 29, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Mafco. 'July 28.-:In the r : .....

afighf of a beautiful Sabbath 'events for the week ia* t

Haywood secre- # HY clnde-aa'eleetion for the congress of
< D. -\I
William sc. :: ..
of the Western the, Phllllpine Islands, the decision of .
|..treasurer. -
fudge Landis. of Chicago ta the
walked a free
of Miners,
tin
pEy;acqsitted of the murder ofGoTerD r f fiti'1 Rockefeller Standard. ""Oil- ...ease, th*

Steunenberg.kWHty opening of the fourttsjtrtal of Caleb
Frank
f &" H*
Powers on an VKcuRnt> charging
of acquittal --was free -
PIG torn with the murder of Gov. GoebtUD
ttdku4 .after Judge Fremont ._- .
| .. I fKentncky and probably farther
I read Ms charge. which was reu -
legal proceedings In the test eases to>
favoring the dei -
i,ttrcngly
determine the constitutionality ..
or -
|a KM toterpretaaoa :constftutionallty of the North Carolina
y,circumstantial .evidence v
c' ; state railroad law. There will b*
tale eorroeoraticn f.a'. confessed
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also a notable discussion of the subject -
it was also freely pre- p
of Social Unrest at Chauta
-I that,In the event of Haywood'stb. qua
this week. Speakers of note will
state would abandon
,- mention of his associates treat the general topic as It affects

H. -Moyer, president of the politics, socialism corporations, caps. \
t ail. Journalism '
/ ostentatious wealth
La; and George A. Pettibone \ -
< the church and public utilities
Sanw, Statements from counsel
:President Roosevelt's
promiseto
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isdGeveraor Gooding issued :
the Filipinos made throvgh Secretary
,sfeB I this view of the situa- \
Taft at Manila August 11, 1905,

that they should have parliament -ofbear
ibr oo \ own on condition that complete -

tar.Qet.l1'; peace be maintained in the islands for

[lte wrifet is a great surprise to .. ,-ncn ito.Mark TwaIn "Sir, I honor mytf by drinking "ysGur-health. Long lit. "to 70.. ai' <*'happiri __r'. "" two,,years :will be redeemed Tuesday I

aM I.believe to all citizens of; por _J yowthi' 't when the first general election for a
.' --rrsridj. ir PwrTHEIKOXLY < i
.H'e'read Philippine
ivto the evikhtkecaM. congress Is to be held
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.. |"have done myI Secretary Taft will attend the openIng i
r
< CHANCE.. QUICKLY FOLLOWS MOBGAJT, in the common schools.pf Jlabam a
I*?*TO regret-agto any &0- of the first assembly IB October.
-and at Clinton College Tenn. and I'
iltef*Uken and conscience ? Sentence against the Standard Oil
my
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Georgia Antis Hope to Secure Delay Does Alabama's Grand Old Man United studied law :lifthe office of William -
|4s** 'Is long, : as God. gives, me Company for violating the Interstate If
Until January 1, 10O9.j States Senator Pettns. j Cooper In Tuscnmbia, Ala. He was
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,.I MalI continue my efforts I I commerce law by using illegal rail- f
.t by law'and for: organ- j :Atlanta July 27.E The opponents Asheville, N. C.., July 37. ';United admitted to practice In 1842 and [*road rates will be pronounced In the t

I of the state prohibition1 still seen States Senator Pettus, of Alabama,I 1:;opened an office at Gainesville Ala., United States district court at Chi ,

1 [% Mte wIjI continue a vigorous I I to have some' slight hope of securing died tonight at 10 o'clock at Hot as the partner of Hom.Turner.Reavls. cago Saturday by Judge Lanrtls. Conviction -

i.of.Meyer and Pettibone; an amendment the measure which Springs, this state from the effects Two years after he was elected solicitor was, obtained on 1,462 violations :i

I td of Slmpkfns when ap- ,will postpone Its effect until January of a stroke of apoplexy with which for the Seventh Circuit where he of the law and upon this total t

here will 'be neither ,:1. 1909. There Is no doubt they are he, was seized while at the breakfast served four years. the maximum fines aggregate fZI-

t tor_retreat" going to make a'bard fight to get that table yesterday morning. His entire Senator Pettus served In the :Mexican 240,000. It Is not at Improbable

amendment. body was paralyzed and he never recovered War as a lieutenant and in 1849, that the comment made by Judge !

Payer and Pettibone. "There are about fifty members of consciousness since that with a party of his neighbor, went Landis in entering his final order ia

wilt be made to Judge 'the majority who are In favor of the time, to California on horseback returning the celebrated case may prove of even :

t wrrew to- admit Moyer and bill who are likewise favorable to an Senator Pettus' daughter and his two years later. He was elected greater. public Interest than the size ;I-

mb a and it was stated to- amendment extending the time to grandson Hon. E. W. Pettus Jr., Judge of the Seventh Alabama Circuit ef the fine Imposed or his recent I II

_be Meyer, against whom theUed January 1. 1909," remarked a well- reached Hot Springs an hour, before in 1855 and remained on the action In bringing before the bar of

i to have its weakest known member of the minority today. the Senator's death but he did notrecognise bench until January 1858 when he|I It [I I the court from a thousand miles away ;

itMsfitte eouiWeration would "If they break in a bunch and vote them. resigned and removed to Selma i 1''to be personally catechized from the .

3 ssgeebsd-. for that amendment we will get it. The attending physicians say from Dallas county where he resumed the bench. John D. Rockefeller :

but there is of whether stroke practice of law as a member of the
no way telling the time of the apoplectic
**M* firm of Pettus, Pegues & Dawson.At Treasurer Arrested. ;
cemsicjc.- they will do it. The constituentsof Senator Pettus suffered no pain and County

w31enger many of them hare urged themto that he passed away quietly. the outbreak of the Civil War Columbus Ga. July 27capt. O.

Was Among vote for the bill Just as it stands While the funeral arrangements he entered the Confederate service P. Poe. treasurer of Muscogee county ;!
e be jurjd: and with Gen: Garrott raised the : :
and they are ,hesitating about,givingany have not been completed it Is an- was arrested today on a warrant

la, July 27.-A head- quarter whatever. nounced that the body will be pre- Twentieth Alabama Infantry of charging him with larceny after trust.

tonight about 9 "We are In hopes however. that pared for burial here and on Monday which he was made major and soon The amount Involved Is I2.CS5 and. :.

'di nee north of there will be a break from the start will be taken to Selma for Interment. after lleutenant- lonet He was the transaction was a private one Independent -

**, between Atlantic of the roll call by those favoring"such The funeral services probably will be engaged in the battles of Port Gibson of his official capacity. He

S 4a So.. 8S.Florida an amendment and that It will be held in Selma next Tuesday or Wed and Baker's Creek and during the gave bond in the sum of 14,000.
*' of Vicksburg, Miss. was com-
sit-see nd section of No. passed. That remains to be seen nesday. siege to the time
colonel. He was taken his 86th birthday and up
missioned
Beth engines were however when the final test comes. Senator Pettus arrived at Hot and
there but was soon after ex of his last stroke was vigorous
I : 4..bb, mall ear on No. That is as much as we can hope to Springs about a week ago from Tate prisoner of his faculties. .-
in full possession
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Seer Bradshaw;'on get under any circumstances, and its Springs Tenn. Up to the time o' the changed.He '

the blame, saying extremely doubtful as to whether seizure he was apparently in the best was made brigadier-general Korean Worm Turning.Seoul .
commandeda
Ms that. breakfast table yesterday September 18, 1863 and I t July 27. Guards have been
orders.' One man we will get of health. At the Stevenson's di [ -

'8. deado, it is said he was unusually brigade in General He i placed along the railways In the eons

ftrefflAtt.r .. Banker Bought Gold Brick cheerful: and when he was stricken vision Army of the Tennessee.. At Its I try today and regular bodies of troops
thought he served throughout the war. all parts of Scout
South McAlester, 1. T., July 27.- the guests of the hotel he returned to his home in are patrolling
Kyon
close In
ond, Va., very J.,J, McAlester.president of the American merely had a fainting fit. Selma where he resumed the practiceof Korean troops and attacked rioters the police
summoned from have
National bank today "paid Physicians were which he continued to the i Son province dwellings.

d, Va., very $10,000 cash for a worthless "gold" Asheville for consultation with the law election to the United ': destroying seven Japanese the
and it was seen that time of his I I Injuring six persons and driving
local physicians,
brick by the
offered representing
a man I I Senate. He was elected by .
0. .S. C.. back himself to be miner The>brick when there was no hope of the senator's re- State States Legislature fir the term begin-I I Japanese to their boats.Ito's "new appointees -
telegraphed of Marquis
offered for sale, was taken to Muskogee COTer)'. His relatives were ning March 4, 1897, and was reelected I Two minister of the household
are the
and they ,
r Charleston, S. appraised at the government for this afternoon I for the second term beginning of the seals both in
deathbed. I keeper
and
the
-Y office and found to contain 80 percent Low on the way to March 4. 1903. His term of service been ordered to reform -'
his have
F. vllle, Fla.. of pure gold. When the deal Senator Pettus celebrated I would have expired March 4, :the cabinet court 'and warned that If
at Tate Springs the
-t was completed the McAlster banker eighty-sixth birthday within three
accomplished
l Berk, back and got; a worthless. Imitation of the brick last week and on that occasion his 1909.Gen Pettns vas: married June 27 |this Is not appointments win be re'
of -their
the subject months
the appraiser had examined. The unusual vigor was I 1844 to Mary S. Chapman. L oked. This: means putting a question -

swindle was discovered a few hours comment. At the time of his death Gen. the activity of the former
died
f __ >.iortnerlTeky tier tpe transaction. : 3 j Senator Morgan of Alabama I Pettus was the oldest member. of thesenate J wbo as on Jate as July %3. it is said. intrigued
fewweets ago. :. the oldest to
will ., but, a ,and was one of to send a commissioner
{ea Monday. 'ti"' 8ealey"of Alachua Senator5 Edmund 'Winston :Pettus, in the UnitedStates
| Mrs. H C. who served .
... who ever .
.. .
\ ": ; county.Alabana -,'I men q.rm&nr.iv
*Hl.Power ,has been.visiting'her sister, returned was born'hx.Limestone Senate. He had Just passed

eonvteted.. home this morning. July ff, 1821. He was educated J r


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: ..2:. LIVE OAK L-ATJ.X DKMOCRAT: s. ,
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Jap and American Officers Fraternize WANT XO IMMIGRANTS.Georgia :.ie+siit+u4Il It,..'" 2.Ajss.! .

,Brest. July 25.-In the coarse of
the dinner given by Rear, Admiral Farmers Union Adopts
'':" Stockton o;the American cruiser Strong Resolutions Against
Washington*last night at which a Bringing In Foreigners. ,-
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number ol Japanese naTal officers Atlanta July 26.-I he Georgia

,from the cruiser Tsuknla and_Chitose Farmers', Union concluded its annual I
as well as some of the French officers convention yesterday after sessions

.- afWere present,Rear.Admiral Stockton. lasting three days. The principal LIVE OAK
proposed the'health,'of the Emperor feature of the day's session was the
.of Japan and the Japanese nary. passage of strenuous resolutions opposing

f In reply Capt Takanutchle of the foreign immigration.The .
Tsukuba toasted President Roosevelt union also exemplified the

and the.American 1 aT1'. The new ritual discussed agricultural education -

Japanese sailors were confined,tothelf and the marketing of crops.
ships and; were not granted The anti-Immigration resolution re- PUBLISHINGCOMPANY
shore leave'until after the departureof ported by Chairman S. E. Leigh. of

the American squadron this after- Coweta. was unanimously adopted.It .
"noon. declares that population of
The departure of the United States Georgia Is made up principally of
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cruiser Washington and Tennesseewas pure Anglo-Saxon blood whose an- "

attended* by Inspiring scenes. cestors fled from the oppression of .--= .
American sailors were grouped about the kings and tyrants; and the population -

the bands*which played the.Japanese Is now rapidly Increasing:
national anthem while passing the that In fifty years, from now the !i iil.il
Japanese ships and the"Marseillaise"while United States will have a populationof

passing-the French ships. 200,000.000; that Immigrationwill .
The ,Japanese trumpeters salutedthe prove detrimental to,our material -
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Stars and Stripes and the heart- ,. moral and religions interests .;-- .....So.
lest cheers were given from all the that European immigrants, are unreliable :I
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warships In the harbor.A In character, degraded In mor- tII
als, anarchistic and dangerous to the
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Wonderful Happening. peace of the community, and that
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Port therefore. It was resolved that the : I "
Byron. N. T., has witnessedone
Farmers'Union of Georgia Is forever
of the most remarkable cases of
healing ever recorded. Amos F. unalterably and Irrevocably opposedto I Book News and CommercialPRINTERS
bringing any foreign Immigration ,
King of that place says: "Bu k1en's
of sort to this state.
Arnica Salve cured a sore on my any
leg with which 'I had suffered over
.
80 years I am now. eighty-are*
During the summer kidney Irregularities -
Guaranteed to cure all sores by Barclay -
are often caused by excessive
ft Groover, Druggists, 25c.
drinking or being overheated. At-
d-w
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McAIpln News. Foley's, Kidney Cure. City Pharmacy -

The people of our little burg seen dwTENNESSEE *
to be getting along with the warm

weather Tery welL WANTS BRYAN.And .

coled We had things a light a rain little.today that I "VTO job is too large and none too small for

Nobody but Bryan, Says the New
While the,Atlantic Coast Line are I .
Senator to handle and in the
improving their property at our burg Fiddling Taylor. us everything

they are repairing their well at wa I .(St Louis Globe-Democrat.)
ter tank. I Neither Jesse Grant nor Governor Printing Line comes easily within our limit

-, Mr. Walter Brison has moved his j Joseph W. Folk has any chance to
wood and tie teams here, which adds i land the Tennessee delegation for the

to our busy'place. Democratic: presidential nomination.
stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers
But the people are all full of push i If Bryan wants It, according to Unit- OUR ,

I show around that.and about here the fine crops' ed States Senator "Bob" Taylor of one of the largest carried in Florida,
Nashville at the Southern Hotel last
The crops seem on an average bet- night. and with
j a well equipped modern Printing
ter here than our neighboringburgs. i Bryan can have our delegation if he

I wants'It," said the fiddlerpolitician."His Plant new type and artistic printers we
Also Mangum and Gatlln had threenew i utterances upon government ,

. teams added to their sawmill', railroad ownership did not hurt him ', can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as
for the purpose of hauling timber. In our state. Anyway that was his

Mr. J..C. Mangum Is with his mill own personal opinion, and had,noth- and prompt as any establishment in the
Interest here, while Mr. J. F.. Gatlln ing to with the party policy."

is at Bayard. "How does Governor Folk. stand South. A trial will convince. Samples and
Miss Lilly Geiger is making an able with Tennessee Democrats he was

teacher which we all expect her to asked. Estimates Furnished on Application.
be. She has quite a. number. of "They are proud of him as they

pupils. are of all governors they have given
I will have to stop as It will soon to the various states."

be time to pull' fodder. Most of the "Are they for him for president?"
people here will have to have some "No; Bryan Is the man they want."*
pull to go with their push. They Then the former governor drifted I
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pushed the plow to make the fodder Into other matters. "I am in favor" r

now the pull commences. he said of the improvement of our

"BUCK SHOT." waterways the Senate.and The that railroads will be my can hobbyin not I We Make a Specialty of Mail

G. B. ,Burhans of Carlisle Center handle the immense traffic of the

N. Y., writes: "About four years country. River improvement Is rate -:- Order Business -:-
ago I wrote you stating that 1 had regulation."
been entirely cured of a severe kid-
1 -
ney trouble by taking less than two The Smile i
bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure. It
and that won't come off, appears on ba-
and
meat pain symptoms of C
by's face after bottle of White's
disease one
kidney disappeared. I am
entirely,stopped the brick dust sedI- Cream Vermifuge, the great worm
glad to say that I have never had a medicine. Why not keep that smile
return of any of those symptoms dur- on baby's face. If you keep this H. OAK'4 4.T
ing the four years that have elapsed medicine on hand, you will never see : LIVE
and I am evidently cured tt> stay any thing else but smiles on his face.
Mrs. S ,
Okhu,
-i Blackwell. writes;
and
cured heartily recommend F lers -
"My baby was peevish and fretful.
Cure to :
Kidney Buffering
any one -
Would not eat and I :
feared he would
.from. kidney or bladder trouble. :
.. die. I used a bottle of White's jl
City Pharmacy. d-w ,
f Cream Vermifuge and he has not PUBLISHINGf
had a sick day since. Suwannee
The Reason Why. I Ii
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Drug Co. d-w
"How did come here?" said

one Mexican, as they bull you met to In an the old arena.acquaintance "You a state For insist of Adequacy's future on the punishment old-time Sake. ?Ideasof i v.;:: .' ,COMPANY t ,,1

"How?" replied the other with a .
'Ve answered the embittered "
glance around. "I may say I was '.-
person. "You see, I know so many 4 'l-t fI .
American. ,
roped in-Balt1more ,
people for whom nothing else wouldbe fI
f suitable."-Washington Star. LIVE .
f. The best remedy for backache OAK FLORIDA JI
t weak kidneys, inflammation of the Kcdol will nourish and strengthen .
f bladder Is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder your digestive organs and furnishthe I ,
Pills. Their action Is prompt natural digestive Juices for your
"and sure. A week's tratment for stomach. It will make you well.

25c. Sold ,.by Lire Oak Drug Store. Kodol digests what you 3at Sold by ...... III
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rcws.) Tip-Top Contracts for No. 20 :" !

i beca the Clerk 01 the 30, at'12i-l A. L, iee'L\'f".tI: .......
IfIIIIM' OoL Robert W. fEN ULEs OF PREVIous DAn ,
o.tto
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the sewshad '
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the Judg-
amrmed
,..rt RENEWAL COMMISSIONS -
*" COUrt In the Caepostoffice i

Ii'" c Days*evicted atIL mued ;- AddressCECILWILLCOX, Manager no1\.,'

_ .- ;rce,and aenteDc- The' Mflfaal Life Insurance mM
for life for thee Company of ..

.O&eadarY made a hard fight
IJt'II lies !tt 1
lower and the appel- Young White Loafer In DeFnnlak
tM TO LWADE THE -
-e for ble client but this Gets Six.Month*-Good Effect ,a rJ e 4 s. ,
-' Its j 4 ss s.
nay terminate On Others. Hearst Seeking Southern

aa4 heart that'Cot Davis (DeFunlak Breeze.) His Presidential .

D&1 trolD the There has"been no dearth of something Chattanooga Tenn., -......::.As '
his corning and made to talk about the past week an autograph letter :::i:: -..- .

iriith. Decree which eon- since the enforcement of the vagrancy ry Peck Fry of this city U .... -_- .to. t .
for theo
->.. to P01 rTltBde act has been a reality instead oft former secretary of the
of This life. vague irridescent dream.As National Committee .:;: 1 !_i1 a 4 2e sus .
affected by tha J.I -' s ss s ass,.
irss greatly stated last week John Angus inent In the
't) ei1 conft. s{s. 44010
: ..had an along Ton young man (bJ'the.way until Hearst Independence ....._L.
Courtwoaldtrial ..11tt. !4s
dIat preme he fell into the hands and ways of>the nounced his Intention .. u

.."a peW and that be- crap shooting bunch) was noted*:'and ;to perfect an wrLI=.._ :
.,4<<'larT. be might escape regarded as a young man with a'future -f league In the States u

.... penalty or be Cat"- so far_as his opportunities would I Georgia and Alabama. -=---L.. .
more Ub* !aT I.-;;
..hM thirty' days admit was arrested, charged with now in Memphis.Mr. ss a
.. w. ban of' $6.000 In' vagrancy. He was tried before Justice Pry was In 1 e ss0a s i0 s m
's1M eyhis: affairs before Wednesday while Hearst bsom 'R 1. sii0saa .II D.'
.. ,w Glllls last and In this
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M ft* con** camp Since every effort was made to clear him of years ago. and the .Ls ,ee..

t MRtt4 to "an. Day,baa been the charge it could not be shown'that to him was in the .. .... .a..

W!W."matt-transfer. eon- he did any work for six mouths past dential communication. ; .. I.. 2s0fe.

...d4its other than haul two loads 'ofih4erhh wood. Mr. Fry a staunch .L l 46 a isles'
but.little k_.._ ..
pubUcfeels 'no means of,support'and did not relish the Idea u L !ss. lit
-- w.Dsy.,ai his kiing ofSM hag:been known to be a frequenter got in another Hearst boom P.res -- s i!. i 40

a CI'1JIJ'and ___.. dispute
ia a trifling married man. has any business and Mr. Walsh stated to StatIoa. (r) Best' W........... b
\ of his mail-wagons I I T. P. "
Arsp
*,mtodac the sentence of the court was three It was the Intention to : J &
u ()IMt Line passenger depot.ifttfrf months and $125 and costs or six I ence at the Gilsey House '
Wrenn who was a
.pea months straight.His at an early date of a
citizen, AA p..
eeeaenwng attorney secured a bond for egates from the three
|ntkbn to death. He was reM him to take the case up to a higher ed, at which time Garage
in securing a verdict
ksiky
curt: but when: it was learned how laid for the complete
A r tot carry the death penalty. the matter was regarded by the public of what was termed "
j5 pW has been awaiting
at large the bondmen withdrew and League" In the
tttemt the decision of
t 1Mb Friday, Yon was taken to the campto requested the privilege
> Oeart la his ease Cot and storing
serve his sentence.It Fry's name as a
I I* iwt:everything possible was a serious matter this conviction others prominent poUtl of Gasoline and
i stile tat to no MaiL Het
4itt> to by tons years of penal of a young white man on a tanooga. for Gas, Engines.
,
Full plans were "
charge like this but like everythingelse
the murder of a f ellowttftfc -
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it had a comical side, and in thisit evident the Southern Columbia bat

was the urgent haste used by a worked to a finish to prtc.l5OG.'f.
Coils and Plugs .
number of others who were not quite presidential boom in the
*toys:remember. with
so bad as Ton to secure something to agent for
-u weB as with profit to
do. A week ago It was hard indeed
isrlti. II the one on which wemeted LATEST NEW Works Jacksonville.
with 'Dr. King'stUfe to find any one who could be induced : ,
to fin who could be Inducedto
dany one
PINS, the painless purifiers Picture can be seen here.
|0M tefeefee and' biliousness s, work if the job had anything like 4>
i the bowels right 25e at muscular exercise connected with It.
p*Groover's Drug Store. and now'it makes little difference Any View, LIVERY .

d-w. what the Job Is..just so it is work. Made to

Car used-in
Half A Cent I

e Sell Merchants Only Copied from may photograph or capacity for four. .
ton*with the order. Name of I
win be imprinted on each card* .
I
CARRY OF addreM. Postcards reproduced N
STOCK
within 10 day from receipt of

: and Obelisk Flour Meal, Grits, Corn, words description U.allowed.of aeene Pbottwrmi-for

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THE LAST OF4THE ROMAXS. A brief bet r{beatttnl at- $ ? '" i- c.
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} ,OAO11LY MMOCRAI tin of .Mr. Sfcerwood. '_tesill.' ,

Published Except every Sunday.Afternoon- I I'Alaba.ina.The death. which of Senator occurred Saturday Pettus of at j retired Democrat k from cemesgs the "taaaagerawi from the *osW&t of Ifea. .t9dW-: jtI Nc':ft f.w'sY -

- 4# ---T Hot Springs, Va. was baAMr aiu.. Vf Albert Sttniamson. of The _

, CHAS.,W. 'IRVIN.. Editor and ITgY. prise to the country because of his pen l andtls-A.foIowsr .. 1 arose leg fawn
: p great age and the shock he recently lorjdlan it
and
"Florida: Journalism is wiser
' Sate. ad at,the PostoSce. Lire Oak. received: In the death of his beloved
of J. F. Sher- Springs Hotel
better for the existence Mineral
Florida.,as Second Class Mail Mat't.ery and life-long friend and senatorial ,
,a November 7; 1905- w_od. founder of The Live Oak Demo
colleague John T. These
Morgan.
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of his
crat, and it Is sadder because
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two eminent statesmen were as
WATER t$ EVERY RSC* BlUJAKOtAetslL mS**
THE LIVE Oil P1M13H15G COIFilT. retirement. *
. s : Damon and Pythias and had been for AMOEC9t EGT1F WELLEOU Pp!?1slg;

\ nearly fifty and yet they were
years
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be have written Rer. L. B.. Warren so RATES REASONABLE 7c .
s mailed to any part of the United strikingly dissimilar in type and well and favorable known'In Ocala
States pastage prepaid for $5.00 temperament. Senator Pettus was a tinanclalaCe:1CJ'
to accept the
to Induce him PARK HOTEL DOLLING
per year; $%.50 for six months; rugged .vld: oak. of powerful physique of. the college for Florida. and oc. Ess PftJ&FLfci
,91 25 for three months or 50 cents cool and unexcitable unyielding in Ms :
? it is hoped he can be induced to accept
for five weeks, in. advance. De-
.. convictions which were always form '
livered1 to anpart of the citb, the offer. '
carrier, for 10 cents per week. I ed with great deliberation and aftermost As stated In the Star the name of PARTY TICK
conscientious
I investigation
: the new Baptist college Lake City
.
plain blunt
grandly and
simple
Two Atlanta made the trip as "
men will be "Columbia. That no wrong
st from that city by automobile to New incorruptible as George Washington. Impression may go out the trustees .+ live Oak to Do-Gq Park.s sek.., 1
j He had a large but net a brilliant ** rats of 30 cents.....
York City last week In sixty-one propose to have instructors of un trip *fcX,

hours running time. The distance mind and while profoundly learnedin qualified ability and their selections ',I,1,1,It\ Minimum tea fens. C* t*

was 1.381 miles, the route traveled the law and the yet greater volumeof will take the whole range of denominational /,1.1.,1,1.'1. *et Agent Pfcooc 152 f.
human he
being much farther than by raiLA as an nature orator to people was not who Impressive mistake educators not necessarilyBaptists 4it\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ t&rtte r kformstiea;

unless fitting men can be
fervid speech, ornate verbiage
contemporary suggests Frank **
had from that denomination.
Adams for Governor now that he has ; and violent gesticulation for elo .

declined to run for the Senate. But: quence. "Rich in saving common FIXE PICTURE OF WORTH
sense" describes him precisely and
the same reasons which Induced him STEPHENS.
to decline a senatorial candidacy to this he added a quaint but not obtrusive -

must of necessity operate to keep. humor and a certain dry Presented to Mr. T. S. BaIsden by aNew if

him out of the gubernatorial race. i irony and sarcasm' at times of which York Friend of the De-

his adversaries stood in very healthy ceased Merchant.In .

The Pensacola Journal seems to fear. Although only in the senate
the office of the Worth Stephens
ten years and an eld man when he
hare jumped the of State
game politics i
:Mercantile Company in this city, just
went there and at the disadvantage
and in for the industrial
gone of over the desk of Mr. T. S. Balsden..
comparison with his brilliant colleague -
promotion of West Florida. Not a bad

Idea for we hare too.much; of the in more showy attributes he striking president picture of the of company-the lamented hangs a Two "COMFORT" C4

former and too little of..the latter. soon made a large reputation for
\ sterling wisdom and character of Worth Stephens whose comparativelyrecent Is Uu apace than ONE f..sc4

death here was such, a shock i
Lire Oak has purchased the waterworks high and rare type and Alabama was
from Mr. Dowling'for 31117. justly proud cf her grand old man. to the community and was so widely I! Handsome and Inviting inAppearasee&r 3

Municipal ownership at1 such a bar- He was a Confederate soldier of the deplored. The picture U an enlarged the Comfortable Features of the Ordinary Pt .
photograph a notably fine piece of
gain price Is bound to prove satisfactory fighting kind from start to finish and I Hammocks and ,
Swings.
done New York. hand-
work In City,
and successful.-Palatka Tunes after..the war. all during the nlghtmareof .
somely framed and the original
reconstruction he sought no
Herald.
preferment or distinction but was avery photograph was taken when Mr. Price $4.50 at Oar Store im lira

Unhappily Governor Broward's re tower of strength to his people Stephens was about 35 years old In! $4.00 F. O. B. C
the prime of a brilliant and successful ie.p.
putation-thus far rests upon State and in the heart of the black belt

Issues alone In which the outside where he lived his wise counsel, youn manhood. The face is handsome -

world feels no interest hence it Is backed by his strong, steadfast, Im- resolute and alert the eyes

not to be expected that he can "be perturbable personality,helped to save piercing and steady and all the fea-
tures of the, subject are faithfully -
reproduced
marked as available timber as a many a critical situation and ultimately a e
Southern candidate for the Presidency redeem his State from the grasj lacking only a certain ,

Just yet. of the spoiler. He lived to be nearly sternness and gravity which the cares eI

90 years of age. and with all his old 0( a great business impressed upon

Here: is a thoroughly good one from contemporaries; and nearly all hid them in later years. This picture was I 'i
the recently received: by Mr. Balsden with
Tampa Tribune: family gone the aged veteran must t

"Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner have felt the world. a very lonely keen though melancholy pleasurefr

does not approve the thoughtthat place and realized what a hollow m Mr.:: Charles A. Moseley a New 1 fl/I!

"revenge is sweet;" and h .via scheme it Is* even at its best to him, York merchant member of the MillerAllaire ii. ta }%fj

right. It is bitter as galL And It Is who can glve no. glad affirmative Co.. on Broadway in that

the fool foundation of the n..rlt- answer to the awful question: "If a city who was a devoted and Intimate /

ten. law.** man die shall he live again!" Senator friend to,Mr. Stephens for many years
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Pettus was almost if not quite I end who profoundly mourned his nn-

Cot T. J. L. Brown has returned the last of the old Romans of the time'_y death, Mr. Moseley had car-

from Jamestown and announced red the original ph:tograph for manr
I;South a breed of mighty men who ,
through the Times-Union that isvery years, and the enlarged
he wrought greatly and nobly and whose copy, whichhe
much In earnest in his senatorial I motives were s> high and methods so sent to Mr. Balsden. was ,accompanied -

candidacy as his opponents will discover clean and lives so pure that we may' by the following peculiarly

when takes thq-stump. That's search history In vain to find a ttpe : touching and eloquent letter breath- For cool cooking, less work and lease fuel.e cM st

the proper way to look at It:cbinIel. more excellent. ing a rare and beautiful friendship. in
No half-hearted measure will do if every line: NEW PERFECI1W

you want to reach that plum.. "Mr. T. S. Balsden. President Worth

Columbia College, Lake City. Stephens Co., Live Oak Fla. Wick Blue Flame Oil Cwk-Sfc

A humorist has said "the .Mississippi 1 .AVe reproduce from the Ocala Star "My Dear Sir and Friend:-It

River is so crooked In'Place: tie admirable condensation of the affords .me peculiar pleasure to send -the ideal store for summer. Does.verytTiaYtSrttct. .

that a steamer going south has been: work of the Baptist convention InI you. by express what I consider the kind of store will da Any degree of beat iDs Ad7. I

known to meet Itself coming north I I Lake City last week establishing a best portrait cf my beloved friend I three sizes and fully warranted. At your deals?, at''..II

giving passing signals and narrowly new Baptist college there: ever saw. My object Is two-fold Dearest agency for descriptive cbcu!**.

escaping a collision with itself." I "The trustees of Columbia Collegeat first tt show you in some small degreemy

That's the kind of humor which i a meeting In Lake City elected high appreciation of him as aman A The i& Lamp =

makes the English unable to appro- Senator C. A. Carson: of Klsslmmee. and friend and, second that his ass- ".- .

date the great American joke. Its'president of the board. This was an strong earnest face may be placed throughout and beautifully sJck W.structed 1i.:

too,absurd, you know. I excellent selection. Mr. Small of above his desk that his hosts of ; absolutely safe; .aueeDe4"* "

'Lake City was named as secretary and friends may look Into his eyes and receive power; aza ornament to&JI11'OOC1a Bv f7 *> f'p
U not at dealer's, write to ocr..snsl ttt-
The verdict of acquittal In the Hay-[ji treasurer. The board of trustees then inspiration and courage In reviewing your FAJIf
STANDARD OIUCOI
wood murder ease in Idaho was to I proffered the presidency of the college his early struggles .and his Qp.._

have been expected although we''to Rev. C C. Carroll of Ocala. but wonderful success. I wish to add my e

would not have,been, surprised at at(he declined the honor when the position high personal regard and friend-

hung jury. To send a man to the gas, went to'Rev G. A. Nunnelly. of ship for the boys banded together PERFECTION WICK OIL Sflfi-

lows or to the penitentiary the t Griffin Ga.. a distinguished Baptist for still greater success of the

testimony of such a self-confessed preacher and an educator of note old firm. May his name be perpet

monster of crime as Orchard was ask- having held at different times the uated. anti the good he has done be Specially Low Prices-.-Read Tbes.

ing too much of any jury. presidency of Mercer University at felt in Live Oak for many years to

Macon. Ga.. and the LaGrange and come. Please accept this portrait with IBurner, 84.75,2 Burner. $7.003Burner,!*

Up in Georgia the matter of rais- Cox College, LaGrange Ga., at cri- my earnest wishes for the continued

ing the pay of the Supreme Court tical periods of their existence and success of, the Worth Stephens Com- No. 1 Oven $1.95 No. 2 Oven $2.50

judges is not one of those profoundand did excellent service for them. At paay. and kind remembrances for all Legs per set 61.90 i S;
!awful issues full of peril to the present he is filling a Baptist pulpit. the boys. 50c. Rayo Lamps

commonwealth which must be sub- He was personally known to five of "Faithfully your friend.

mitted to the direct personal judg- the trustees and they think his equal "CHAS. A.: MOSELEY." E. J. BLUME & CO.

ment of everToter In the State be- cannot, be found for tbe responsible = _

fore it can be done as is the'case In position. An executive committee of Quick relief for Asthma Su1rerenFoley's -,---- ._- .... ..
Cottages .....
Florida. Up there the Georgia legislature five of the trustees cf which our W. with kitchens and dining! r.. Keasedfssyrup. "'"
Is supposed to have sense and D. Cam is one will meet in Lake City: Honey and Tar affords Immediate room for rent at Suwannee SpriDILCottages CoatalM M
relief to asthma sufferers ... II"
In cold
honesty enough to decide such a ques, next week and proceed to let contracts "- the worst furnished except linen; I drives tbegestJ .... .
stages and
if taken in time Dt .
the judgesare to furnish the kitchen and ) moving ....
Lion and In consequence college buildings will effect a cure. City Pharmacy. dining room furnished sad Tsr***.
about to get a raise that will which Is to open October lit. and to with tables chair and stove |T tains Hosea sR g#
d-w perweek good as m.pit
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make it, worth: while for a first-class meet'the new president and consult or *20 per month. No as W1'f Jlotm .
charge Ute It $old ._, .
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lawyetto give. up )practice. e.and go wtth"hhn about the faculty, which F tI VJDmtuP for baths .to cottager Apply to F.
then be chosen. L. Rees, Live '
the bench. will The trustees Oak.
or
on Su..ann"
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.. Q rit registered at the Ethel today. ; r A bit of lcal news la Saturday's Mlues
Stuek
fOR SAUr Bertha.
yr Stills
Tim- wu In the city 1ni I daily spoke of the colored Methodist Holmes. Maggie -
Messrs.
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lt.1At of.the Ethel f.[ Roy Helton and Mr. Caldwell oft pastor being la a row with some one. Joe Rubenstela Motley
.. get This and R. H. Holmes
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was
Porter Station, are in towntoday._ erroneous so far as it formed a
party jon. Sunday
of :
.. .. gas f. R. E. .Hill of Hatch Bend Is in the .. City and Suburban rough who Is pastor of the A. M. Springs, where over to the famous White
i : thewere the Kneels
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.. city tOOa1'.M' church in"this.city. Rev. Broken.orough of Mrs. R.
v -* -- P- H. Holmes of Uv
b Oak
is
of DowZing Park peaceable lawablding who
.L..J.-.u. Miss Annie Hemming went to Fen- Properties citizen never having had a case in U at spending that a vacation of severalweeks
resort. These
r bollowar yesterday to take charge of court of any nature. It was another folks speak highly fa praise young
of-tha
i < GIller jot the Park was erewife the school there .. \. colored preacher la the rumpus ant White Sulphur
L Springs also
J. and
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""' \ the] Democrat-gladly
-, makes this explanation praise
of the
V.. "' hospitality shown them
Claude Brooks of Terrell, spent fire Life and AccidentINSURANCE that no odium may attach i by their White.Springs friend.

sad returned from Sunday in the city. I in itself to the name of Rev Broken- tug the day. dar
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yesterday. 1 I f Old Reliable Companies bar ugh who is to an appearances a
Miss Rebecca Szraski returned I model colored citizen and 'an honor .
Mrs.
J.
B. Barton
i received
.a. of Piaemount wasof from Hampton>} Springs yesterday. to his race. a,earl
-, f i yesterday from Dr. Ruter and;wits
..., trad C. stating that
they were la
"- G. C. Botht\ell. of Wellborn 1'5'|'ii A cleansing, clean cooling sooth Cisco, and San Fran

.. TaEk" Rocky Sink, was here today. j i Prompt attention given toAti. De tag 'i ill's healing household remedy U :Angeles. They would are sora now touring go to)Call Los.

-. today.d I, Busr..ssEDWARDSREAlTY Carbolized Witch Hazel fornla. ,
"\ ..:. } Chas. Fleming, ..of_ Little. River j :Salve. Sild by the Oak Drug Store. j-

>0- from Jasper were was in the city yesterday. 4-.... .
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l Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Sweat and
S,rtegs yesterday. CO.
C. E, children of Olustee. -
who
Rer, Everett and wife returned Humphreys went down to have .bftJL

|. 0.; Keel returned from home today. Branford today, where he has a position visiting Suwannee Springs for sometime
with the Branford Mercantile returned home this morning
lewn'BuiJding; Room
W. H. Jendgan. of Lake City, was 3. Co.. for a m nth or so, relieving B. They were loud in their praises cf tie

of Norwood was j registered at the Ethel today Phone "0. 41. Lucas: who; is ill and will visit some Springs as a resort '' .

.. springs la the hope of regaining his .

I health. '. Dr. R. L. Goodbread and wife, ofCcattahoochee.
I I. Jno. F. Clark of LnravUle is tran-

Mwy Om. of Madison, was {I sactlng business in the city today. All will rejoice to know that Miss were guest of the

4sy ea route to Norwood.ud i. Conway, the trained nurse, is In the W. L. Blackman of the Little Ethel this morning, en route to1-; -

I J. J. Dixon went-to Lee today on city, and 'will make Lire Oak her River section. was here .today, en- t:awn. .

of Mayo, was in the business." home In future. Miss Conway has route: to McAlpln. ',, G il'l'
many admlrug friends here, and it I 3ir and Mrs. Briggs Arringtoa "left

Mrs W. R. Jenkins left for Milledgevllle. is a pleasure to note her determination Charley McKinnon. the popularconductor I:yesterday, : morning for Live Oak.

L Fj. Tedder was up froysite7. m Ga.. today. t:> remain here. on the L O.. P. & G.. passed t t I i where they will reside la future. Mr'Arringtoa .

r through here this morning on hU having secured a position

C. M. Fielding of Leona. was heretoday. FOR SALE-A good thoroughbred way to Tallahassee from the Jame-!j with the Suwannee. Hardware" Company .

L L ....... wife and baby, reM Jersey cow. that will milk in' town exposition. He will return to ,'one of the best establishments

Mayo yesterday. ten days. Will give three gallons of Live Oak Thurday. i!la the city. Their departure from

.'4 -Between Live Oak and milk a day. Apply to. Walker |I Perry Is universally regretted and we

Sunday with Pine Grove on e'
..... ', ]Democrat_office and get reward. who have been visiting rela: r are held ia higher esteem here by
I I
! v :: -It Miss Ola Poacher and Arthur Lives at Houston, returned home : every body than they and i al avta:

,eta eAJpln.1ru'here W.:L.;H: rton, of EHavtlle!!.r, a pprom.anent Shiver of ,the Pine' Grove settlement terday.W. ,. res-I they carry the best wishes ol our

J naval. stores Operator is in the were married at Suwannee people for their Inters welfare. We
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', "' I city, .today, .. on business. Sprints yesterd:y, :RCT. J. S. Mikell :R. Jenkins of Bayard. caste up commend them to the people of live
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A .; ol Columbus n' : ."t; officlatlns. All the visitors at ths yesterday on a visit to his, ,family.Mr. Oak as worthyet their highest -

1r111sliis3 today Mrs. J. J. Deas,arrived here from Springs wtts :led the ceremony and Jenkins.. is now manager of esteem and confidence.- -Perry Her

f Mayo. today,J"on,a visit' Locher sister, the happy couple: were showered, I Mangum &: Gatlin's mill at Bayard. ald.

. L 1.,$ & goes to the Mrs.' ET:: .W..:Jenkins" ,, : *. ''' with congratulations. It was a decided I!

) to spend, &, weeX *, .._- *j .T attraction and'thcroughly enJoyed "
MM*,fetot Peart"Aultman.Mi Mrs. J. B. Barton and children bys11.. The :

!\,for Greenville today:on a visit t o'i should arrange to have management a wedlng] :i: OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT 'l! I

fkoUy lea for Jack relatives '
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and _
friends. ; pulled off every Sunday night on the : =_ __.... ___ _.L .. .. .. t
sy, where they will brink of the Springs, and by previous t I W *W *VJ **A V- vu lit ti-SC scope V* Its rc.a avuc.pw It -.. .

F>bMere-borne. j.; ,Mrs. J,- ,A. ,McLeod came up from announcement there would t>e : broad enough to accommodate all. and :

IHM Dexter yesterday, and went to Pine-. a b'g crowd there. The Democrat : HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: f
,Mns3a, went toItMirday mount on a visit. extends
congratulations to
Mr and
where she will Mrs. Shiver. i 1.- The young folks with their small savings. t

.- may. ,Ed, Porter and Dr. Dixon came 3- j 2.-The breads.inner, striving to accumulate a fund Ito

j procure a hoaxer a competency for old age. :
from .the Springs to the city yesterday Mrs. J. M. Sherwood who has been
Wlr Mil w4fe. of Wellborn.. in auto j 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and :
an in twenty minutes. spending a weekwith Charlie Flem-
M* ittfeg here the income provided. :
returnrit This beats the record. ing's family at' Little Hirer arrived :
we l ran : 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. :
> here
yesterday on her way home to
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r 03s t.....*_* and daughter. W. H. Goodbread's family returned Perry.Deputy. : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida :
from, Suwannee this morning where .
pat to Columbia Fla.. I I I I I . . . . . I i . . I I ...
:tOIl "a task they have been sojourning for some Sheriff R. O. Leggett came ,
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time. up from near Welborn with a negro -

sf Tampa, arrived yesterday, charged with unlawfully nil I
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33 H a vtet to his broof Ciarissy Ta'ncey, colored, was fined riding a mule belonging to another [ II

I Ds'tI ten dollars and costs this morningfor party and lodged him in JalL

...\ fighting and disorderly conduct I

::t the Rocky I by:Mayor Johnson, J. J. Kinsman went to Canada yes- SCHOOL r .

tie *_a first to report to terday on a visit to his parents r .SUP rtE .

its fields, Mayor Johnson assessed a fine en whom le has not seen for thirty = %
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Zack Taylor and Dillard Moore of years. He will be gone until Sept.

W'Oeerad' Hig- five dollars and costs this morningfor I first and take in the Jamestown exposition .

oVlt IDs Park'3aturday fighting. during his absence.

LMwg igaia..

Mr. Dickert of the Brown House CoL and Mrs. F. W. Butler did not Y \VATCH BUYERSIf I

_. lt isitwted steno. who has been working in South jan: a house party at Suwannee i

"* j Barton Co., re- ,Florida: returned home very sick to- Springs last week as stated nor you wtJi for exclusive elegance la sh

Ilia merging. day. have one of their ow. They simply w.''- with absolute accuracy of MOT*
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$...1O --+-_ Beat,your ides of perfecboo will me.
. rented a cottage and had a delightful
revelation in
a
we over frQm's L. B, time..
Sutton
and
+sy/ his brother, L. SCHOOL CHILDREX. .
laorning.of A. Sutton, of Brooksville and W. L. THEHOWARD
a ... ** :Taylor . . . I
went to Quincy today. can do their best work when they

To Suwannee Springs I have all the necessary materials to

the WANTED-A"-good wash woman. work with. We can furnish Blank WATCHLet

l his 'Call Mrs. A.W. Pope, south of Car- REO SCHEDULE books Rulers- Pads, Pencils- Pen

/roll's're ldence". handles' and everything needful to whv
.. ()I i us "show" you
the student. I
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isssslf...p.. OWo 8 the avenue con Mrs, J. M. Bailey Justly complainsof BEGINING JULY 17th. I OUR PRICESare All Standard Makes for Sale by

c the condition of the sidewalks Leave Snwann Spring 6-30 a.1IL. Arrive mI4v i j very low yet we can offer you an

1 1I. on some of the streets. Saturday .*.y.Oak Live 7:00 Oak a.m.11:30 &jn. Arrive' at 'the exceptional varied stock to choose RADFORDThe
night 5priDp: 0 a.m. from.CC.
." s 1 Dees passing another person the Leave Springs 1:00 p.m.Arrive tlr.Oak at
Sfj at the latter 130 p-m-
"" stepped on the end of a board: Le *.LIT*Oak fcOO PolL Amv Spring at !Manager Jeweler
sad L which 6a4p.m COOK
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A LITTLE FUX NOW AND THEN. ri
(Savannah News.)

The vacancy caused by the death 0:
Weak Vocabulary. I k
Judge Charles Swayne of the United
"Is Mr. Bliggins a good golf play-
States District Court for the North-;
erV'"No I
em District of Florida must shortlybe =?
answered Miss Cheyenne"I Red RocK Ginger Ale
filled by the "President.. So far. it
happened to be sufficiently near to
Florida has not presented an r
hear his language when he made a seems
available candidate for the place 1- Is the Real Article
: bad stroke. He may be an expert .
the that all of
player but he is not a good one.-" doubtless for reason =::
the of recognized ability in 1L \I
jurists
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Washington": Star. Florida are Democrats.It An inferior, weak flat imitation ginger

would make for the welfare of aje will cause indigestion and constipa

was a man Abraham wLo, against Lincoln all odds Florida if the President could rise I i1 tRldtRv Lion-defeatin the very purpose for which

attained the highest honor a man above party considerations and ap- alp ,,,, RED ROCK GINGER ALE has become -

could-gt In the United States. Bal- point the best man in sight to the i ti famous. }

lard's Horehoand Syrup has attained place without regard to politics; but 11 I t i )) The value of Purity and Quality cannot

a place never, equaled by any tl[independent as he is in some matters I 'R he to strongly urged. Get RED ROC b.

otl er like remedy. It is a sure cure ,of some; importance, he seems to be A GINGER- ALE, which stand out among
all
for Coughs, Coids. Bronchitis Influenza -[!not yet large enough, to exercise independence 1 i of other perfection brands in combining domestk-as purity quality t *acme and

and all Pulm-nary diseases. r 1 'in matters involving: leading i health giving results.

f Every mother should keep suppLed politics. On several occasions of
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f with this wonderful cough medlciie. Sold r.ryvber..bins and amaDkaaJuabom bottles.
late be has appointed "political or .
boOb
Svwannee Co. d- *
Drug s
'! Judges" in the South, and the probabilitIes -

: I are that in the Florida case THE RED ROCK CO.
The Mean Little Thing. ei
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there will be another such appoint
., l'odd8U P&e your wife is de- Jacksonville Florida. f
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lighted over the baby?
While Florida has failed to put
k 'Oh. yes in a general way. But fJ

f she says it has cut into her game of. firth'a Republican candidate strong

'; bridge awfully."-Life. enough to have any show of success
.r. there have been several candidate
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The Charming Womanis I developed. The strongest of these,

.';i}.'.: not necessarily' one of perfect form I I i so far. according to reports from can precedent in filling Judgeships. -- .-

f--. and features. Many a plain woman Washington is Thomas Settle of Swayne
was not a Floridian but was
'f:.- who could never serve as an artist's North Carolina. He Is the son of the
from Delaware and
lived there
t..:,, model possesses those rare qualities Settle who ran for: governor against very z
nearly all
that all the world admires: neatness the year around. One of i
Vance about the time the South was BOTTLED
the great faults found with
him
was'
clear eyes clean smooth skin' and being redeemed from the reconstructs !
:; of and action that he was a noa-resident and had 1
f the sprightliness stew
; nIsts; The younger Settle has served .
that accompany good health. A physically no sympathy with or for the peopleof i
a term in Congress and is a law-
weak woman is never attractive his district. He was a "political j 0uL"
yer of a little purely local reputation. "
r not even to herself. Electric Judge as will be the North Carolina
(He has never done or said anything
;i.., Bitter restore weak women give ; man !f he is appointed, and as the l
,<\ strong nerves brigit eyes, smooth to bring him into especial prominence otter North Carolinian who is said to Proves Big Help For Tired Housewff
f and his whole claim to the appointment -
velvety skin beautiful complexion. have recommended him tq the Presi-

;...... Guaranteed at Barclay & Gr'overFruggists. is based on the fact that he is dent. If the President were sincerein There is bound to come a time through W j

50 cents dOne -",,'* I an active Republican politician and the desire to give Florida satisfaction endless day when over-worked energttw. of f fto
will have the indorsement of Judge -
continue the
strain.
in the Judgeship appointment heavy: co1"tem. It
Jeter C. Pritchard formerly United Coca-Cola solves .
this
Place. he would cut out the political important p'I\N J
Angler-Hang it! Is there a dry States senator and a supporter of and give the Northern consideration clears the throat of flying dust. inVIgOn.:. 9'.:';,.,
President Roosevelt.Mr. Districtthe Sustains the strength. Bottled Coc -CoU h t
spot in fc-is boat where I can strike most able Jurist who would take right IS RIGHT. Sterilized bottles. Lkd by apt 0.--ry'
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- .- a match? Settle has never lived in Flor- the place. without regard to his P
1 Boatman (who has ben disappointed ida and knows very little' about the tics. Florida could, fill the place un fe

as regards refreshment)Try my people or the conditions there. That der that plan, and a higher respect

throat, sir-it-Bata however is not against the Republl-; for the office would be: Induced. ] Oak
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iSpfcial Notice to }Member of the FlnsnclslilFined.

.Farmers.-Union.At "i can't.expect,"said Scribbles,"to 1
SMcEwen Live Oak itiutfLtcEj
the organization of our State be as successful a poet: as De Rltter. Perry : ,

Farmers' :Union at Tallahassee oa .Hehas: wealth on his side."

July 15th and 16th.. The Jasper News, "Nonsense! He isn't very well off"* ScfcedaJe F.ffevtIsMay 19.. 1907. -
He isn't T Why, he has. ,:\ '
,Agents at Jasper. FIa.. was adopted as our money -

official State_ paper. enough to buy all the postage stampshe .c .wsa Wig pia pot-so xAe eoeerst -r2sr.

-- Accident It Is, therefore, the median Philadelphia Press. ![a Pm 'Frt. and let. as forocutu
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eral Pa. a rare fi aws Par.ar a'R aua
I- G through which we will communicate !.r a.r rasa,
r of Your Liver Ka L Nw.S. N.,_. F'
-;Corporation one with another. amiss D.ilr .z. !. t xq!a i 1 aL
Is out of order. YoU, go to bed in a Dai1t OnlyA.M. Sander.P.M. .
"It Is the paper In which will appear
fllLADELPHIA bad humor and get up with a bad p. :)IC .
all of our official notices, proper *
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last* in moot *. You want :
your 800)) SOO ttt Asr+
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tn be made known through 8 18 S 18 *00 acs 0 s or 1s ss
something to>> stimulate y ur UT r. 822 tt2 07S15 KM. s 4Z s ta s
:, and it Is necessary that this 825S4J :. u
Just Her
try Dine, the liver regulator.A .
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paper be read by every Farmen'Union { : s :ate
positive: cure fo: Constipation.Dyspepsia Ar 8 ay Ar S 40.'Ar S 40j .
L. 40IX.V -.DowU. Fart .._ all
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tad Heakh Insurance man in Florida.- I ,and all liver complaints. 49, 4 49t =- Dawuo=Park=. v s !8I

fly Premi.i Therefore as president of the :.:rs FFt Worth Texas writes 857) 471 41ft- waaetiaa .._ _.

Florida State Farmers' Union. I call "Have used Herb:n Ii. my family !s0 s ceo 4204SS ,_...,. .rDas-.............. ... s oe.. s L. !Yes
upon every President and Secretary- for years.' Words can't express whatI ocie 506

Treasures of every Local Union in think about It. Everybody in 925 3 8SSss 10 440 00S Tv+n.eod _... 68 4 K i s is

the State to get up a list of subscribers zny household .are l appy and we!!, sal 65 a 15.P.M. ".! -- ---F+nh.uowas .:L. t s2

and claims In their local,. urge upon every and we 'we it to' Herbine. SUVKQ- ArlO 05,Ar SP.M.. .
jjgeeed i nee Drug Co. d-w. t A.If. r sn 1IL L>r
member the Importance of taking our _

from this office. official paper, and send the list in to -- IA\0 AND
ALTOS UllAXCH.WEST .
The Jasper News. Jasper. Fla.G. .

N. TRAXVICK. ---
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State PresidentSubscription tp'tlUJOI EAST Bovxaa
Fr ft I'rt.a .
: Wanted price, one year. $1.00; Pu&.: I' Ir- > r--. PMM*
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six months, 50 cents; In clubs of five No. L No A _u. N*IX --It -

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A. J(. P. II. A. K. P. ] .
Long Live The King: Lea.. &- &-.. Lea.. A.K. P. 1f. 1. 1f. 1(.
.06 .49 (80._ Arriv* .un.tom... ......
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pean countries; while In America. s sic.a:Ji,s 1$ IS 605C : :: ._.-..'-..--.."."..."..' lit}. S s lit
the cry of the present day Is "Long Arl OS:Ar I 401 Art* 25 IK.)EE-..........-..__....!,L. TU 7WLwl s tSM WL! .M UIt.! ..ta I atJ. *
I. Florida.PBKTIST. New _
O.k live Dr. King's Discovery Kingof
nueetion made at Dowling Park for an
Throat ond Lung Remedies!" from 1.1v ulakstop p trains to ad
u to eonneetioDa with
Trains otbrr
of which Mrs. Jula Ryder Paine lines can on an- ticket agentr makoes eonuectioa lie Oak with aU

AL CARDS. Truro, Mass., says: "It never falls Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains,
LEE ENSIGN, President R_ p. HOPKDCS Tram
to give Immediate relief and tc Xmjtr
s...T. GRI3ISU.\.
Superintenaent.ERolNE.
quickly cure a cough or cold. Mrs.
"Star Brand Shoes Are Better."
is .
Paine's opinion shared by a majority

of the Inhabitants of this country.
May be you have. been put to a
New Discovery cures weak lungs and
sore throats after all other remedies great-deal of expense and incon-
I&es : AND : BRIDGE
have failed; and for coughs and colds venience by buying shoes that

t { 8MCULTU3. it's the only sure cure. Guaranteedby did not fit did not hold their

Barclay & Groover* Druggists. shape did not wear well and

Fiiouzf SOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. .likely the soles on some of these

l d-w shoes ripped tnd pulled off.
jpif 4 COUNSELOR AT LAW VB
Not Her Fault. We have a line that will fit from
Il/1 tiL t rLOam.LI I ss ..sSick
I< "tMl t&. "Darling if you refuse me. I the start, "no breaking in" nec-

: I don't know what I am to do." essary. They will hold their
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"Well. I'm not to blame for that; shape for they are honestly made For Livers

you should have learned a trade."- by expert shoe makers in specialty -

-WEST Exchange.Was factories.
Jf. A PURELY VEGETABLE

Uptebfittd Surgeon. In Poor Health for Yean Bound to wear-well for the best L COMPOUND -

leather and material used in
Ira W. Kelley. of :Mansfield Pa.

*ta*BvUnff. Olsio.Avenue.i.i writesc :"I was In poor health for CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.
-a>ith t Hotel.s. every pair. ;. QUICKLY CURES SIA.MALAmA.CHH.LS **
two years, suffering from kidney and
No chance for the soles to rip ALL UVER COMPLAINTS.
bladder trouble and spent consider- A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced
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*..A.wi.rl Geo..e)N..V.THOMASON. able money consulting :physicians off for they are put on with,- a TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottt* po/
clinch fastening. chased today may car* you s sick spell tomorrow.
without obtaining any marked benefit -

r.L 1'acIJI aosi& but was cured by Foleys Kidney This is a. shoe .to answer for FEVER AFTER
CURED OF CHILLS AND
Cure; and I desire to add my testimony service and dress wear too. ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

that it may be the cause of re- They are made of box calf, Mrs.W.A. Whitewall Emory Tez.

PMMW storing the health of others." the leather that polishes nicely writes:_ "My child had chills and fear
;& SURGEONS, for lout yean. We tried all kind of
II Refuse substitutes. City Pharmacy and wears so long. medicines,and finally an acqnihiUnr of
d-w recommended Berbin Wa used
mine
t I t FIJOEIDA.E. You had just as well buy "OurFamily" three bottles, and the child is now completely -
; .-' -. I cured You hare mj permissions
shoes satisfaction
Stimulation Without Irritation. get
to publish this testimonial, aa I cheex
: TAYLOR That is the watchword. That is and pleasure from every pair, folfr recommend Herbine to all mother
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!. 'ABT.il does. Cleanse and stimulates the ordinary kind. U1GE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE OUVIII

I bowels without irritation in any form Men's $2.00 to $3.00 BALURD SNOW LIM1XEMT C.
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Boys ___ $1,75 to $2.25
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liiiiimie'PAPER She Knew Him. Women's_________mmn___ $1.75 W WW I-

I Misses _________ $L50 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
The Man (in street car)Take my

seat, madame. Childrens1.10 to $1.35 Suwannee Drug Company.

The Woman-Thank, but 1 "We walk on Stars,
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-. kMtd_ rf nice wall parH.mTY.at also get out at the next 'corner,- So can You"

Chicago Dally News. DOWLING LUMBER CO.
Rates To
Round Trip

IiIIIn War Against Consumption HOWLING PARK FLA.
MARKET.Z .
All nations are endeavoring to

check the ravages of consumption

1. LYLE the "white plague" that claims\so

many victims each year. Foley's: CLINTON & MfKS JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA

Honey -and<< Tare cures coughs 'arid I$1

-- AJ- JEWELERlie colds perfecUy.and you are in no

l danger of consumption. Do not risk I I
fctireaIW'btaking somemnkndwnpreparation'when ATLANTIC COAST LINE-RAIL'VAY ,

I ; Foley'a it honey and
Wholesale and Re- I
I Tar Is.safe "fend certain in results. Florida
OAK
From LIVE
Cure I The genuine is in a yellow package.: ,

I City Pharmacy. d-w" tail Delers-in Flori- $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop


Pepsintacy i Sounds That Way. da and WesternMEATS overs within limit of ticket. Go sale sleeper.
dai1th stop
I The Mother-Isn't the baby growing $27.30 Sixty day ticket. O r. .

Pel3sin:_ dear? Oozle: goozle is cot We'll within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
over
!make'.a.,great man of him, dear!. Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stopover .

a3 !. I The Father-Well, from the way. $22.55

3 'you talk to the little chap I think within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

you're trying to make a carconductorof Phone 24. $14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday

him!";"Yonkers Statesman. pnnliges.Two. .
over
onlv good in coaches. No stop
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morning
deliveries sleeper on
Prompt standard Pullman
When there is. the slightest indication daily trains, $5.00. Cof1Sult PURPLE
Norfolk
I Jacksonville to
of indigestion, t: art burn train, fare from Pullman write to or call

: flatulence or any form of stomach anywhere in the FOLDER. For further imformation and Agent, Atlantic: CoastLine
passenger
i trouble take a" little Kodol occasionally on Frank C. Boy!=ton District

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'- Many of the following are far below actual cost-all first class and up to .

., t- : 36 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 45c.. 27 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, all Colors 40c. ; ._-

19 Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 20c. One thousand yard Val. and Round ;r .

: Thread Lace 6 12c. Values going at 4c. 32 Inch Madrass 25c value going at J5c. .

; ;" 30 Inch Madrass Stripe figures 20c values going at JOc. -

t = '. :. SILK PIANO COVERS WORTH $2.00. to $5.00 YOUR CHOICE FOR 95c. .
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Ten J uartcrs.GoldIedal Sheeting 81 Inch wide only 25c 25 Doz. Towels same as above 36 x 19 oeirJSc.JE. .

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4 "Local Overflow"Capt assist him in making the arrest and the people offer must be T. T M t t f 11111 | | j y rj
;! the two repaired to the house. Jones See the offerings made ,by '
: was called upon to open the door. He ple'-to: Bacchus 1.400 i NOTICE j
Hlllman and wife; T. 3. unlatched It. and Deputy Hall pushed treasure;and 80,000 lives our 'I
\ TSalsden and wife and Winder Sur- it open. The negro pointed his sacrifice. See the moloch of !; : To Contractors and Prospective Bui3&r&

rency vent to the Springs today for gun at Murphy when the latter labor. "I know: ",said. the
a fish fry. M. L. Burnett and Sid struck the weapon with his right "what that means for as a THE Live OAK H & SWllfi
Conner formed an advance guard to-hand and when discharged part of scarcely ten summers, I .
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catch the fish. ; T the ntents struck him in the right that army going to the place : ; will furnish you your Lime Cmfta
hand inflicting a slight wound. Then before the light of day had .
Plaster, Laths and all kinds d &
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Tie negro who robbed steam .
the officers proceeded to fire on returning after that light had
laundry .last week. was caught by the Jones who attempted to reload his skies. I heard In the night' OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick .

.- Georgia authorities at Valdosta and-.,gum Eight bullets hit the negro {wall of the little child as the
this morning Sheriff RIckerson went and he fell over dead. No blame can this hldlous greed crushed i!I
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after him. The negroe'a name conl.inot be attached: to Murphy or Hall, as life." An image of gold has a$

be ascertained. both. of them were discharging their .pand the multitudes are j
duties and Judge ,Conner decided it themselves before it. .For ]j II I '> iiiiiiiiniimiiiiimniiinut. > uiw.
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Moore Frank I --
> Harlan was not-necessary to hold an Inquest In high office perjure '
Mrs. H. P Dexter. teachers. :Miss
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Monroe 81M. .u soetsita.
Henry Surmons and Stewart Johnson was broug1here and swearing to execute laws I i ij
colored,"were swooped down : Hobson Gladis Long. Aubrey begin the aeeesa"y
upon-bye lodged in jail on a charge of fighting, deliberately declare they will i j and John L.
Morgan Olivia planning tM es
Marshal Lyle yesterday for II
gambling etc recent writer has said "The
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and Mayor Johnson,...this morning,.r u -. man In, all the world Is much : Rachael Bardin Lilian Thom- We b41 _
imposed a fine o!, $12.50, Including Helen Bardin ,J. B. Evans, .are at1ran P4 fie.I
AT. THE CHURCHES YESTERDAY. to the Ideal of the man onthe, '
DuU!. Elise Halle Summer
c-sts. t only say COMII>
I I if popular thought. can be ,i I
I At the Baptist church yesterday In print than the Man of Elton Wood. Council Me- .yoa reel at koa*.
L R. L. Westmoreland_ Saturday returned -I there was a good attendance at the The sermon. helpul .I Ruby Williams Ethel Wood. J On teachers. u s..
from Geogla. where he has :I Sunday-school, notwithstanding the was6very B., Lyle Alice Evans Lucy 1 DJrata b ai
who heard it, and,we are I
teen on a vacation for the past two absence from the city of many of the efforts of the preacher: are Sam Clark, pupils. f lar fa atteadteet, il%
weeks. "Bob". says there is no city regular attendants. ed. Silver, stars will be awarded to ;ness or bets; IWIl >a+
z In the world good Atlanta- oA nc1s Hobson. Chas. Roberson. J. keeps them
as as I I Rev. Chaa. W. Irvin. preached at At night the pulpit was filled mrRobertoa
unless It. Is Live Oak. jtte morning hour, on "The Grace of presiding elder'. Brother I Bryson.and. Rev. H. DuUU,as soon : We are "...1 Is..brt
j,I God.'* He chose for his text Titus preached a goOd sermon i we can get them. making a total ': will seek k -
Dry Caswell and son went0 :11.13, The audience was a good text. First Tim, 4:14. I twenty-six stars awarded for the agate he btbJ baccosnt ..
Alachua this morning to. attend the .tone for the morning service at this the gift that Is'in thee." halt of the conference year. of rssdu II""
funeral of S. T. Prescott, Mrs. aa-I I season, and the attention was good. are awarded to those who are 1&
well's father, who died yesterday. A solo "I am a Stranger," was beautifully in attendance for the year un- ;
Methodist
E d. J.. T. Butler went with ,them to sung by Miss Hallie Mardre. Sunday School. sickness prevents. Gold, stars'v. rw.

preach. the funeral services. Mrs. The. Baptist Young People's Union The attendance was well be awarded. to all who attend the ,
SuscribefeiWhy
Caswell has been there some time. met at the usual hour and,the service hundred yesterday and year. I I
Mr. Prescott was a visitor to Live ; was led by Mr. Sheppard. Subject: pupils much interested. Literature-will be ordered this '

Oak two' .months ago and has many: |-..Home Mission Beard." Interest in The.superintendent awarded for, the missionary rally day Dai1y s
friends here who will learn of hisdeath stars to D. G. I
Bardin Walter
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i Young People's meeting does not'lag we mentioned in last week's, is-
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.- at Delaware.-five milekom }presIdent of the union was present f :
Live Oak, a bloody: fight oe-'! two weeks' vacation
I Ia.fter a much to be ft
cured between content with your present Station in life why
cur. }, two negroes James the delight of his friends In the _
Foster of Rocky Cut and I ,
Henrj uni n.
Wright, of this city. In a dispute, 1! Rev. S. G. Mullins of St. Petersburg -II not prepare yourself for a good paying position .
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Wright knocked Foster down with a preached at night, taking for
pine knot, and then Jumped on him. 'Kia subject, Romans 1:16.I am not By attending the ,"Popular Summer School -
Foster drew his knife and drawing ashamed of the Gospel of Christ. A
r Wright close down to him' with one good aud'ence was present and enjoyed TirE.
hand with the other proceeded to- the service. A special feature of .j

cut him on the throat and back. Inflicting tie service was a solo by CoL F. W. I

serious wounds. Wright was Bate:-. who possesses a very fine I

brought home by another .,negro.- No tenor voice. Mrs. ESrd presided at the t 1
arrests were made. organ at both services, and her music -1f

j(i always most excellent was very much
The two Greeks who recently leased J I,njoyed. .., f J
the, building vacated by J. M. Strict- J .- i ,.
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\ land on the owner of Pine and I I|l At the Methodist church yesterday _.;'_' "

f- Howard streets are fitting up the morning, Brother Dutill occupied the 1 n,
-c same and will open a short orde i 1 1 I I pulpit, delivering the second of a ser- 1 "
[L restaurant fo whites only about the ies of sermons on the Ten Command
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; 4th of August. The bills of fare ments. The congregation was very
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-"o printed at this office show that they god. and gave strict attention as the
? will be prepared to furnish anythingwanted preacher presented his theme. In the \

by even the most course of his remarks the preacher Is the Standard Commercial College in North Florida and fc 1lr
fastidious epicure' on short notice. We 1 said: "The second Commandment the best summer school in this section.
predict for them success from the 1 deals with the externals of worship
.. very start las the first deals with the Internals." Scholarships: $40.00 $50.00, $75-00 and DSO.0 0* I

The invention of objects of worshipi Write for Catalogue and
special summer announcement.
Jim Jones and another negro i forbidden by this Commandment, J
E.: named Johnson got Inro' a row over 1 yet there are in the world 'a billion
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the latter's wife at O'Brien last; {image worshippers even In this day ; I
t. night on the streets, and both went M'f 1'ght. Second-Worship finds ex-

:" to their 'homes for their guns. Jones presslon always: in sacrifice. Witness I ; Cor Ohio Ave- and Conner St. 1
I; appeared on the streets threateningto ; .. the sacrifices of the heathen the LIVE OAK. O jil

I 'J"' kill Johnson, but the :latter TO* Jews fmf; ancestors theDrulds, the.il LL tM.-, HATTON, G. S. S TEp': .
, dissuaded from meeting Jones. Then Christian. ThIrd-Notice the Idolatry Resident and Proprietor -
j Jones went home and, Deputy Sheriff of .civilized. lands. If sacrifice : .
Glenn Hall ordered C. M. Murphy to signifies worship, the god to whom +
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