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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 30, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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fu I. the Famous Fight Ova, State Believes It Has the St
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< 4 Boise, Idaho. July SOv -Charles H.
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i, jrhfile & CVJulT |Moyer, president of the Western Federation -
slat at the state authorities in ir ,, '
of Miners and eo-4etendaat
railroad 1 Controversy was fired
1M petitions which tha with William D. Haywood. acquitted

s raUayaad the AUanUct of the murder of former Governor

t m.cI before Judge Prite Steunenberg. was ordered release,Bee

| t.' 1. asking that hla Interlocu- $25,000 ball yesterday by 'Jed

r lajiaction be modified in ac- Wood who presided at the.JIalweo4.
with the "peace" agreement: ;h W
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M/1Aj.flIJ. trial. The attorneys for till! federa-
I Saturday at Raleigh between
Tenn and the railroad tlon expected: to have the poems rpdTfor

the read* filed petitions very filing tonight but. U esr aments **-

to tenor which explained a J 'M t had not been wholly-completed

here today between at- at a late hour and Moyer redeaed

i presenting the two road himself to another night In, JaiL He

f pccitiea' of the Southern railway t 1 i iEttrTe will probably be released tomorrow

*<* the entire history of the rat vE / / J_ and will leave within twenty tour

I earn and Includes a protest hours for his home...**:Denver.

vast the roads regard as 5i TO 1ME f Mai No application:focF bail was madein

_ II; treatment this protest and the case of George A. Pettiborn.but .

t *f facto being designated for a motion was made for a speedy

I of the supreme court of the trial and his case:,-raj ordered set

I..... as well as for the pnb- y down for Tuesday." -, October 1. Counsel
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7 intimate* tod=r., that they might
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apply for bond for Pettibona later
tbbbed Into Agreement.
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n&oads declare. In effect
attorney* will. e-n ft It has beengenerallCleekeeeh"that
; t ftf wens dabbed Into, becom-; ...: ::J.1"i ; ;ri' the state has
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t i nit to the agreement effected i c .. '- more IncrfiafttKis* evidence against

....... That the public mind. I N V .. :.. : .,w. \ #' ff-. Pettibone than W ef the others,

l Men mimed by.the new.papersj ; L :: '. while It has been generally conceded

I tie Menaces of politicians and I xl *..:4', that the case against Moyer I* theweakest
seat was only ,assented to '. ,8 of the three. Haywood today -
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IWMS, because of threats oftm : ,' __ continued to receive many congratulatory -
.. Medea of the legislature for ; _= 1s"' -Macauby in New York WorUL telegrams from all sections -
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.,.,.. of adopting legislation : :_. of the country Aside from the ,

i to the rafiroada The SonthiMny personal congratulations of the sendr8 .
A JIADISOX WAR INCIDENT DIVED TO DEATH. feel confident that his dlve- would *
Ceapany. says the pet!- : e the messages have nearly all ex-
J have been successful. The frightened -
v. sus eeefrented with ressed sentiment that "labor has
at ques- Florida Girl Palled Off.Her Shoes and t L Well-Known Jacksonville Boy Drown. boys, who had been playmates of, > pie
i M ffkether Its the oppressive meas- .
of triumphed
proper sense ; over
Gave Them to Barefooted ed Making High Dire From young Dodd. left the scene and It'
_rte tae peace and good order of urea,of capitaL"KICKED
Soldier. Railroad Bridge was not reported to the boy's parents
a proper consideration otto
(Madison New Enterprise.) .- (TimesUnlonj2Sth..) until last,night TO DEATH.
perform Its duties
urwMa carrier In the state and At Bon lettavUle. S. C., recently the I Leslie Dodd. better known to his Father Crazed With Grief

-kwinew local Chapter of the U. D. C. unveiled hundreds of young friends as "Dick," when f hat WM the Fate of Negro Mardrr-
and the subject It was shortly after 7 o'clock .
|.,m* 4e7es to arrest and 1m- a handsome monument,in memory and a sin: of Harry Dodd of 33 East Harry Dodd. the father of the boy i i er In Maryland.

we ld not.... justify it Inconstitutional I of the Confederate soldiers. CoL Church street met a tragic death In was walking down Bridge street that Crisfield. Md. July 28.-James
I Knox Livingston native of Mad the St. Johns river by drowning yesterday
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sag its he was notified of the drowning of his Reed: colored was lynched here todaY' -

I Ie... protection of the 'Interwser son-was the orator chosen for the afternoon. Yesterday,morning son., Grief-stricken, he rushed to the I j '. Little more than a dosen hours

Pir' authorizing if to 'con- occasion and prefaced his remarksby young Dodd a bright lad of but dock from which the boys had gone:before he had crept up behind John Uaugherty

.*.1 idea hearing of its existP reciting the following true Incident 16 years with a party of boys went swimming and raving like a mad a policeman and fired a

P *ttf passenger charges: or which occurred in Madison in 1864 to the pier In the rear of the powerhouse man attempted to end his own life bullet into the tatter's brain. Daugh-

It WM not best to cease the showing the courage and self sacrifice on the viaduct; for the pur by jumping into the river. He was/erty died instantly.

Ill met with"the united pow- of .the women of the South la pose of taking a swim. The lad, being caught end turned over to a police Saturday night Dangherty arrested

4 llt* .... The Southern rail- these days. Col., Livingston said: an expert swimmer promptly man and sent to police headquarters, on a warrant a negro named Killer

i aet tose sight,continues the "When Florida was invaded troops plunged into the river and swam to where he remained until'taken to his Jones a companion of Reeds, and

,I,O! the momentous nature of were rushed forward to reinforce the Dixieland bulkhead on the south home shortly afterward by relatives. was taking him to JaiL Reed borrow

MB asserted by the state. If Gen. F1nn gan's command. Upon the side of the river. He then returnedto Mr. D'dd was seen last night and his ed a revolver and. catching up with

f*.ha of the state can be sustain- arrival of the soldiers at Madison the the pier from which be had start grief was heartrending. He was takento his friend and the officer! fired the

|*li petated out It means that women would meet them and serve ed. His splendid swimming' was his home.where sorrowing friends fatal shot

"i th agency"of Its criminal refreshments to the defenders of their favorably commented upon by those did all In their power to comfort him. The two negroes fled. Reed.taking

a Mate eta take the use of homes. Among these soldiers was a who watched him while he was In The case is one of the saddest ,that a bicycle he found near by. Pursued,
pro- which
*I**!* Is property) without mere lad whose bare feet were bleedIng the water. After the morning swim has occurred here in some time. he fled to a small sail boat In with

KUMtea, or the time 'between'lqt from the exposure and fatigueof the boys returned to. their homes j Young Dodd was just budding Into he headed for Tangier Sound

| of'a statute by its genr the long march. One of the young and yesterday afternoon it was decided --, manhood and he was a great favorite the hope it is presumed, of reaching

and the final deter- ladles present, moved by the Impulseof to again visit the pier for among a large circle of young men. Virginia. becalmed lathe

>of its her sex. took off the shoes from another swim. His family'have the sympathy of the Early today he was
constitutionality.I ,
and pursuers
-:-- her own feet and made the hero boy Dived to His Death.It entire community in their sad bereavement sound however followed

I LISP, 8tw k of Lightning. put them on his own sore feet while about 4 o'clock when Dick Search will be made today learning th'at be boats was afloat One of the*!.
it
was until In
***.. she, walked home in her stocking feet. for the body and kept up him power Shelton anda
y Bight the residence of Dodd climbed 'to the top of one of on which were Capt. John
Wherever there is a Confederate Is found. overhauled
at Stuart was struck by soldier let this incident be told for the high spans of the East Coast railway number of armed men morning.
..h Kr. Schroeder of and prepared himself fora Minister" Kills Prisoner. Reed about 9 o'clock this
and a memorial of Miss Loa Taylor bridge full confession.
*ere asleep In bed. The Madison:Florida." Miss Taylor died high dive into the river. He had Chattanooga Tenn.. July 28.-Rer. The negro made boat a bearing the negro
the
****** the house from the several years ago in Femandlna. made many pretty dives. but the one for [S. L. crouch. a Methodist minister reached When the dock Reed was knocked
a1 yesterday afternoon proved fatal as watchman, I'll th crowd beat
a tfg employee and
hole|n the shingle to who is also senseless by a blow
Enlistment Again. into the river never kneel a negro body
--" Negro be plunged yard shot and him to death. His
tluatr lumber kicked
progress it took he.bad been under a secondnegro and
the
*. **tnaL._._, Houston. Tex., July 28.-The recruiting rise again. After of his here this afternoon. was then strung to a telegraph pole
shivering and the water some seconds some killed In the last three
office of the, regular army but he tas and left dangling.Lun
1st frightened a negro -
beyond repair and companions became Crouch had arrested
"*. *a nabrella that was here today received instructions to even then those who knew his expert months.and while taking him to jail, the Boatright colored who WM
enlist for the colored cavalry exceptionally were of the Crouch and attempted Leggett.
J !,4oor jamb. The bolts swimming qualities prisoner attacked Mr. arrested by Deputy Sheriff
some shot and
If Use,front doorway desirable a negroes, the first enlistments opinion that he would come comrades up to escape. Crou h f-' >r riding a mule belonging to another

: ** a it. scattering: of negroes since the distance away. The young missing killed his prisoner.C. man. plead guilty before Judge

leech and yard In Brownsville affair. The four negro waited and watched for the surface. in the Carter, of the criminal court this
.. he never rose to the Gibbs. of Lee. was fined ISO or three
Hlaterf The two regiments in the regular army are Intte lad[ but entangledin W. building morning and was
,..... -*a.rt HIs- body evidentlY became looking' after the
and one -was Philippines and th se now enlisted free after city yesterday months In ,gang. .
been "
he
br the era:,; ...; will be' sent to the Orient to ;join pilings. for had his companions material.
struck the water
he
these regiments.

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FORTH-CAROLINA., of'the nevi '2&- ent<,rate is,put into ... .
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IiIf;. t" Fi effect-l1J1d "thisarrangement as far .. '

# Southern. and, .. Ctoact Line. Agrees .to ay the Governor can control the same. i.
'*- Make' State Passenger Rate Hf" I'l' '.'Seventh. The Governor advises ..
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f eetive.August 8th. all, people sagalnst_ bringing any ,.: : .;. ; '.'Tt .:- ,

leigheii.:C..3nIrZT;.:The stateefNorth >enalty suits pending final determfJ1.atfo11" .", < :- .; ':" f. '

;, : t Carolina-has won in its fight of the questions Involved, r : '
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> ,.....? to Eare ItjFpassenger.:"&te-'la)" of 2% and asks the*people as a whole to ;.

vents: observed by- all
pending an appeal to the courts by
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the roads'6f the state-which propose best remedy for backache!, -.

"t; .to fight the'law. weak kidneys Inflammation of the -. -- V ...

The: promise of obedience to ,the bladder DeWl '8 Kidney and Blad-
derPills.. Their action. is prompt .,
law by the Southern and the Atlantic
and sure. A week's tratment for
Coast Line railways which, since July
25c. Sold by Uve Oak/Drug: Store.
a 1, the date set for the rate l w'toogO

into 'effect,. hare been violating the L';, d-w
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law was given late today at a conference To the man outside every love
' which the railroads
sought '
looks like a first love. "
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,with Governor Glenn, who had stated :,
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that'as"a precedent to any agreement A Wonderful Happening.
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lie might 'make'the 2% 'cent. rate 1 :
Port Byron N. Y., has witnessed
must first be put Into effect. -
one of the most remarkable cases of

Excluded Newspaper Men. healing ever recorded. Amos F. COMPANY

The conference was a private one, King, of that place says: "Bucklen's )

newspaper men being excluded at the Arnica Salve cured a sore on my

request of the railroad attorneys. leg with which I had suffered over i

* After the conference Governor B9 years. I am now eighty-fhe." _
Guaranteed to all Bar-
cure sores by
Glenn stated that at the beginning of .
clay & Groover. Druggists. 25c. ,
the conference the railroad represent
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atlves stated that they were readyto I '

agree to the 2% cent rate laterto .
Plenty of Time."Here's 'I ..
be tested in the original injunction "
the devil
to pay again!
case before Judge Pritchard, an '
he said. .
appeal if, necessary to be taken by "Don't worry dear" said the wife Book News and CommercialPRINTERS
the state to the United States Supreme ,
I was talking to our preacher only
,. Court while the railroads .
the other day and he said he was
would appeal the Wake county case i .
sure the devil would wait on yon! -
ot the North Carolina Supreme Court Atlanta Constitution. .

and If necessary take the case on writ ,

of error to the United States Supreme .
During the summer kidney irregularities -
Court ,
are often caused by excessive
-The only trouble in the conferencewas
drinking or being overheated. At- ,), ,
a selection of the date at which. -.
the 2% cent rate should become ef- tend to ,the kidneys at once by using ::. .,".
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fective. The railroads wanted a Foleys Kidney Cure. City Pharmacy ;: -'

longer time than the state was will d-w

Ing' to grant but finally August 8 is too large and none too small forr
was agreed upon as the railroad representatives Pawnbrokers are able to see the ': NOjob

stated that It would be silver lining of your clouds. ,
impossible sooner'to make the proper us to handle, and everything in ,the

arrangements at their various ticket All The World .
Printing Line comes easily within our limit.
offices to supply tickets and to fix knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
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rates. has ni-superior _for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Cuts Sprains Lumbago .
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Those ,At the Conference.The and all pains. Buy It, try It and you
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: DR stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers
conference was harmonious will always use It. Any body who I :0 ,

throughout. The state was represent- has used Ballard's Snow, Liniment is
is one of the largest carried in Florida
e dby Governor. Glenn. State Treas- a living proof of what it does. All ;'\ ,

urer Lacy and the special counsel we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. ;
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and with well modern
a equipped Printing
engaged by the Governor Including Prlc;, 25c. 50c and $1.00. Suwaa-

former Gov. C B. Aycock and Hon.E. nee Drug Co. d-w
Plant new type and artistic printers we
J. Justice speakerof the..House of ., ,
Representatives. The railway representatives Sam's Idea of Charity furnish with
"I understand you refused to ac- can you Stationery as cheap as
were Alfred, P. Thorn, of ,
Washington, and Judge Alexander,?. cept a-gift from,my daughter Sam?" -and establishment in.the
Humphrey' of Louisville general "Yes sah; I did. sah!" prompt as any .

counsel Alexander.of Hamilton the Southern of Petersburg Railway;, suppose"You,looked Sam!"upon It as charity 1: South. A trial will convince. Samples and


Va., general counsel, and George B. "Yes,sah; and I's of de opinion dat Estimates Furnished
Elliott of Wilmington assistant gen- no man has a right to accept charity on Application.
when his.wife's ash!"
got work -
eral counsel of the Atlantic Coast t .
Yonkers Statesman.G. .
Line .and George Rountree of WilmIngton -

N. C.. counsel for R. Nelson f
Buckley and other stockholders of B. Burhans of Carlisle Center,

the Atlantic Coast Line, who had ob- N. Y., writes: "About four years

tained restraining orders and an interlocutory ago I wrote you stating that I had I I I I I I

!order from.Judge PrItch- been entirely cured of a severe kid- "
ard against the Atlantic Coast Line ney trouble by taking less than two
putting the 2%-cent rate into effect. bottles of Foley'a Kidney Cur It | We Make a Specialty of Mail
ment and pain and symptoms of
Terms of Agreement.The kidney disease disappeared. am

the brick dust sedi- -:- Order Business
agreement entered into by the entirely stopped -:- :
glad to say that I have never had a
Southern, the Atlantic Coast"tine and
return of any of those symptoms dur-
the state Is: :: 1 I I ill I I I 1I I
ing the four years that have elapsedand :: Y, f i
"First. The railroad puts the 2%- I am evidently cured to stay

cent rate Into effect not later than cured, and heartily recommend Fol-
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August S. 1907. ey's Kidney Cure to any one suffer-

"Second. The state to appeal ing from kidney or bladder trouble.

from the order of Judge Pritchard City Pharmacy. d-w

discharging parties in Ashevllle on -
fttbeaa The wise man looks before he ; LIVE OAK
writs of corpus. :
"Third., The Southern Railway appeals leaps-then instead of Jumping into :' .. I Is

to the Supreme Court of North the fire he remains In the frying pan. '\ '. I

Carolina In the Wake county cases, -chIcago News.

and if the ease is there decided ; : :PUBLISHINGCOMPANY
The Smile :
against It, to take the case by writ of :
that won't come off appears on ba- r.o ,
error to the Supreme Court of the oj
by's face after one bottle of White's
United States. '
Cream Vermifuge, the great worm ';
"Fourth. That both sides .
cooperate medicine. Why not keep that smile : '
to have both of said cases ad- on baby's face.'- If you keep this : : '

vanced and argued together and medicine on band you will never see -

speedily advanced. any thing else but smiles on his face. .' .
i "Fifth. The state at its option to Mrs. S-. Blackwell Okla., writes;

Indict the Atlantic Coast Line In one "My baby was peevish and fretfuL \.
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case. Would not eat and I feared be would LIVE OAK FLORIDA

die. I used a bottle of White's
No More Indictments.
Cream Vermifuge and he has not

"Sixth. Indictments and prose- had a sick day since. Suwannee

cutions now pending to be dismissedand Drug Co. d-w

no other Indictments or prosecutions -.
to be instituted for any alleged You may lead any woman to talk, 1 T firi. | II II II | | illiliiii P llfrfJr

violations of the law up to the time i but you may not make he- think, to .. .

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JIWODrWORK.' AGENTS WANTED IPipTop I- <. FLORIDA 'RAILW Arc'?' =

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blood. harry 'Contracts for Live 'raking Eff *
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street merchantCs SUPERSEDES .
__. Indv side bl aide MEN ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIous DA ,/
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4jeJA1D the store '"
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I ..cBe'errand boy who ,RENEWAL COMMISSIONS PAID 11nedFtt ':";; ; :-
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kk'waployer .modt .;" ,,. N0.L t
...g M .e dead Address-CECIL WIUCOX, Manager'The Except 21 TASIa11ll. ..
was Sunday. i'
Power Daily lissaa.ei
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..,.. ),ai oozed* powers frOm a, with gapingWt a Mutual Life Insurance Company. of New Y ort. .' ; a, SastiZ

'Y ** OOs, m e. EO .
p m DIYO
..'iBtk* ....'of'the brain. was Jacksonville, ;. Florida.
.. a m 444pm
___, Floor and wallsaboat 10 f0 apm L2+1pa
broken 7.40 a m / 6ii Lv = -,
:: rih' blood SHEPPARD HAS A CINCH !0 4 e asi
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the room 1 [ e a m 6 OS p m Lv- r
sM spdtesed ii a 4 M!ae
0 it a 51$ m't----- .. -
sat on w
bottle8
e. i.IMed w W *-7 On Federal Judgship-He Only is 1J s 4fiiffa0

..Dsit.a, sad aa empty laudanum Recommended Settle Not In It. J a _< :
.4ibssold bottles lay near (Pensacola Journal 26th.) WuI7t
its f
eTl"jpteitij -41nwiD&-
._'g hi.1Unmistakable; According to reports received In --Lua u.--- fIlOp.LY'

to tie fact that Powers Pensacola from Washington District f U a m Ar. ... ....-_.._ :wDmudI.4,5 ....._. lb i
wits after'a drunken of this has 10 00s
lit fcgt kk Attorney Sheppard, city .11.

. .ud then attempted suicide.A no opponent In his application_ for:, BOTTLED.. 1185. m I It p m La-----.. .--JSvw ,.es. nis._.,.. ,- 'lia' S Up. .

L-T-tfc,two empty chambers wasstbnran's appointment to the federal bench ,to 1014 a smpm .- -
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hand. The ss Y'a.. 4 Ot sic, ,.
.... right succeed the late Judge Charles IOU a.. 640 p m-He-i...
occasional deffaiest tl40 Ly 'UafO i 4s a
-at eie given to Swayne and friends of the.district attorney -

- .../ Quarrel*.,Nelgher4' belleVe that if these reportsare + 10; A. 1..1uoo. T..qIl
A' ; a m .. ..-....-
M.. tht'ftred' about S o'clock correct,he has a "cinch in being. r ,.. 1..1-
sot, I AS GOOD to enthuse 10 a Ar..r.- ..-.,
Inrestlgate.
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w tffkt Wt did named as the next .district .Judge.It o IS over the U15. -7--- -A
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floor .. L51 a $4t p s
the was
flu nii-htod Wood on Is stated that all papers relatingto game itself. It is U IS a .._ .___
Ant irtjtaco'that tie woman had filling the vacancy caused by the the best drink for all UIS. m SCP.i ____,...SVt.ll-A Y f a0 a f f0 p s. ,

i bps 44 mair7 bosrs. The bed was death of.Judge Swayne have been,referred = recreations and out- Y__ a. ,a.all.p s
igMtM a8 tfce errand boy who to the department of 'justice ings and for business. 1200 a. --- --La. I.a S M p m

1 ftpM'*, 'tfcf erhBellld not epmr on fo1sorU :ana reconjmendatlon to The tired worker;either 12 loam PIDLY _---> ---. ems.ii plrm .

a esd1 r'o\ems: Powers was teM the resident These recommends, the man at the office or a m -- r's '.p.

iMi a hapkal w trh..LeJiit -f'4'.T-- :< V -i If -- the ladies in, the home UIO aID __---a'ea> 1o.ras__' ..Iow. f U. ..
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bona contain on1i'one that of Izt.JLY
was a Miss Mary name find an ideal, refresh- .. .. .,
UN. Powers 12 6o a ---x.
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Mr. Sheppard. and while it Is not ing relief in bottled "'. .! a
I married .
s4 the coaple' were -P '
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known positively Is the general beLief Coca-Cola It invigor- a.a Ie
Ua flfo. X. C.. six years ago and, .
that the attorney general who Is ates delightfully with-

I .rtfe. Caftttftfioefft several years be- a close friend'and admirer of the dis- out undue stimulation (d) Telegragh Telephone Statioa. (f) Flag Station. w Rit;... W .....step Ca

I.._lK to Charlotte. Powers trict attorney has already recommended relieves fatigue and Agency Station T F Ate g k. .de.d,

ip', *_14 rtfvtatten and their re- Mr. Sheppard .for appoint brain fag as nothingelse W.S ,BASU General Passenger, Ag .L ".

[..s*..* iilffy Jealousy Isttftttto ment. on earth will. yourrefrigeratorstocked
ii bottom of the -
' it Is known that Senator Malloryand ed with
. bottled Coca- Live'Oak Garage
Senator Tallaferro have endorsed] Cola. Bottled and

.. Womaa Judge Evelyn C. Maxwell for the position ,guaranteed by the

.......Hf one of perfect form but this was sent the president

d...M. My a plain woman and as far as known has not been Jacksonville Coca-Cola

i MM Mr serve as an artist's sent by him to,the:department of Justice. Bottling Co.JACKSONVILLE .
rsur.ea these rare qualities Equipped for repairing and storing

iAs iresf4 s4satrea: neatness The department of'justice, so far, FLA. Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

.... shsa sooth skin and as is known here has not consideredthe
_...1 II ass of step and action name of Ex-Congressman. Settle Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.

pod mtth. A phy- of North Carolina for the position.It Also sell the well known Columbia bat-
ewli ..... 1. aeVer attract- !Live Oak Boftleiig Works
Is the belief that within ten days '
sit 411t .. k fseH. Electric i Switches Spark Coils and Plugs
or two weeks the president will name Sole tery. -
...... week women give Agents.
the next judge of the district. in stock. Exclusive agent for
ssK MflM eyes, smooth kept *
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M14 .1 complexion.
LATEST NEW ORIGINAL .Savill Vulcanizing Works Jacksonville.
at Barclay A GroorerM Kodol will nourish and strengthen ,

ett d-w* your'digestive organs and furnishthe Sample of this work can be seen'here.

natural digestive juices for your Picture Postcards <- '
last easy makes the world goto tomacn. It'will make you well. _

Bakes men go Kodol digests what you sat, Sold by Any View, Anywhere "'' [FOR, LIVERY-u' "" _

Live Oak Drug Store. d-w ; .,_, \ .
Made to Order For '
The Favorite Reo Touring ;Car used : in. ;

We Sell Half A Cent Each Livery seating capacity for four. '
\ Merchants -
F Only Copied from any photograph or print forwarded
to a*with the order. Name of party ordering
will be imprinted on each card a* publisher withed
; -, CARRY STOCK OFand ..*. Postcards reproduced and ddrrera T. AL CH \STAIN
within 10 days from receipt of order copy and
Chat Obelisk Flour description of scene-for which a maximum of Swords
Meal Grits Corn
allowed. Pbetosimile and PhototyperUostrated
Rat; Lard, D. S. Meat. Canned Goods of all Specimen Sheeta marled without Gas Engineer Proprietor
charge in return for name and addreoa of party
ages,. Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, requesting specimens writen on any kind of a

Crackers,. Potash, Soaps Washing Powder, per Picture CJi Postcard to 250 per or cent your PROFIT business Taking stationery.Orders 100 Phone 10 9.
and 'AMERICAN-Trade Hark]LOCAL
Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead PenDraper VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exclusrr

Pipes paper Bags Roll Paper. Wholesale Distributor and Manuf acturers*Agent .
[Photographer.Dealer.Jobber.Local Newspaper .
t. Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and Publisher or Printer [WANTED in every city I < i n i M i n m i" "
town and vinage. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CONTRACT .
wrigleys Chewing Gums Write for terms. TEN Handsome Ark-
Otais. ansas Pbotosimile and Phototype Picture Poet-
Anita
Fenapdey, Big Smokers, cards win be sent to any address on receipt of : SEABOARDAirline
El. Bogador Uncle Bill. FIVE[Ze.] STAMPS.
American Photocotortype CompanyNot

are Cordially invited to make our office their heads Inc.Reproductions for Any Purpose' by Any
die eitr.kD. Process. : Railway.

337 Dearborn St. Chicago.. Phone :
A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT j* :
4691' Pines
Harrison Camden, Southern ,
Makers of Picture Postcards CoIorpbotoStereoff- Savannan, Columbia, Baltimore,
HBrokerageXCommissionCo.ive graphs Calenders. Pictures for Newspaper Art Raleigh, Richmond, Washington,
Supplement lUouiae Cow*-. 1_tar Editions Philadelphia and New York.
de Lana Pictures for Framing ArtStudis. m i ""
Mr reproductions for any purpose in any Quantity;
from 1000 up. Write for ratea 12-7 DOILY\
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Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant .. Iodem : Pullman : Equipment._ .


-=Power and Turpentine. to take Liner

.many part ot the city furnished for The new laxative. Does : The Jamestown Exposition

wess Houses_ at a very reasonable rate. not gripe ,or nauseate. : NORF'OI-K V4.
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r---QaI and night current-for manufactur- Cures stocn ch and liver : Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily

and chronic con-
troubles
< reservations call OD any agent
mid. retail Ice-out of City orders have speaDd stipation by restoring the For full informatio and sleeper
write
Seaboard or .
: all orders promptly filled. natu il action of the stomach of S. C. EOYLSTON. Ja- Asst GenL Pass-AAeflt. Jscksonvu-

yOu good prices on ;low grade. ceiling and liver and bowels.

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.V_ ..:24.'f'-$, ', .. LIVE OAK JJALLr DEMOCRA1 TUESDAY. -

.-- VISIT THE PO *A* MCALTM ANO FLEASWr .-
L IYOAY< DAILY DEMOCRAT THE OHIEITIOX CRISADE. with the facts.** We hail Mr. Neel asa r. "

No people In recent times have true reformer, and"we hereby enlist
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; 'PubHshe'd" ,every Afternoon given tithe world such.an,exhibition .under his' banner In the "great patse 'DOWTilNO'PAWAY'

I f *Except' Sunday.: ot widespread moral stamina and ot safe and sane cpntroversys
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xfr. virility; as the Southern people have

"').' CttflB... W.. IRVIN... .Editor- 'and..Entered Y.g'r., in their tremendous,and marvelously: The esteemed Fort ,Myers Breeze o*** won me WlWo\+ (t HVE-'

,
._ 1'-- -the successful war' upon the terrible gives the Democrat a PiekWickiaa
r 4 at Postofflce. JJve Oak
whiskey traffic in Southern "roast because we Intimated doubt Spri.ngs..Hotel and
Mineral
T every
f ] 'Florida. a:& Second Claw Mail Mat .

',t"IF"$ ,. 'ter.r't .-N'tTe ber.7... 19Q5. cI' State. ThIs contest has been quietly recently that the vision of Editor

k .. -_ going on for years and as the open Harris would be realized and a great ttOT And CCL: D EATS L,"-"SURPASSEt 'XXX TABu. c; e ...

THE Lip on PUB iIII' COMPA8Y; saloon has been driven from one metropolis rise a few years hence WATER IN EVERY #OOM. BILL.'Ot.'U..E' $. _

'- stronghold to another the prohibition from the marshes of 'the Everglades PHCN6 CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED StABLCS. SHCYP& '....
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'LIES trftOW
LVE CUJ(..
THEDAILY' DEMOCRAT will'be sentiment has gained volume and The- Breeze pities cur, Ignorance RATES REASONABLE &cuv. eo..tt."UJUJI_
mailed to any part\' of, the United and _
momentum until now it seems that laughs our incredulity to acorn
States, pastage prepaid, lor $5.00 *
: blandly Informs us that Fort, Myers: b. DOWLINQ PflRK. -
the sale of intoxicating liquor Is PORK flOT lOIID-!!
peryear:;$%.5 0 for six months; ACORESS
$I.;5 for three mentis/50 cents doomed throughout theSouth.. No Itself is that metropolis In embryo UIf r-

for fire 'weeks. In advance* De- weak or decaying people could accomplish and it is growing like a green bay:

livered to any; part of the city by such mighty results and as tree. Good but recollect ,that timeis 'iIbkPI'

,carrier, for 10 cents- per'week.. we surmounted almost Immeasurable of the essence of this contract and; I PARTY

difficulties and threw off the degrading that Editor Harris must live to see f .
William J. Bryan doubtless expressed Jacksonville. ft
yoke of negro domlnltion in reconstruction the Breeze town another
t Live Oak to DowfMis Part sale
the opinion of att o. 4a0y
overwhelmingmajority times so now the same And anyway we had reference to a ++

of the American people people have gathered their strengthto brand-new metropolis built right up I Jtb.: at rate of SO cents round trip wit*

,when he said of the acquittal of Hay- face another common: perm, and out of the mud of the 'Glades. 'We i; ,.1,",'.':'I\. Mintfnora of tea I..... CaB e.

wood "I watched the trial and dId''not +-Z 14--4 tad Agent Phone 152 for
with the ,battle already more than accept Fort Myers as an amendmentand ,411,1} ,. } ,

see how anyone could be foundguilty half won. have determined upon a now give the word "Go!" a+t"-r .-t4 + further Jnformatiotl.r .

on Orchard testimony."* new emancipation of the South from r
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the thrall of the open saloon. Per- It Is a notable feature of the Hay-

The loss of Editor Sherwood to the; haps we may always have saloons in w od trial that after the verdict had

State press was a blow. There was the larger Southern cities but it is been rend red; the jurors who were

not a better newspaper man In' this Interviewed "We couldn't have
said.
clear now that even if they survive .
tie and not a better fellow either. otherwise under instructionsof
done
there which Is by no means certain, the

we him success and hope that they will submit to a regulation that the court. There's a lesson for (

ebalth of'his child, which took
gentlemen jurors in other parts
will disarm them of a large part of you.

:-, pstwill 1M speedily improved. their power for evil and they will of the country-these of you who r

Fetnaadina'., ...... 'Record. cease to be nurseries of vice an Intolerable pay no attention to the charge of the

economic burden and a court and putting such of the facts j

'W neartHyifttgratulate Lake City standing menace to good morals, law together as agree with your pre- "

upoo the'f ture of the new indices Ignore the law of the case
and order. The North seems to be l'wo"
Baptist College to its doors "COMFORT" Cum
soon open just now "catching on" to the mighty entirely as given you by the court

there, and with equal sincerity con- revolution that has been wrought in and bring In your verdict acordingly In less space than ONE hammock

e gratulate the,whole State upon securing the South on this issue and the New That Idaho jury was composed ofmen

_another atrpagtnstltution for the York Tribune has the following to say not only of intelligence but of Handsome and Inviting in Appearance they
higher education of her and
sons
who knew that their oaths
on the subject: conscience
daughters. There ,is now less excuser "The reason for the South's reversal bound them to bring In a verdict ac- the Comfortable Features of the Ordinary Porch 0*]

than ever for the people of Floridato : Hammocks and
of old traditions is obvious. The cording fc> the law as well as the evidence Swings.
seftibeir children out of the Stateto
motives behind the prohibition movement and..like honest men and_ good

take'k collegiate course. are economical as well as moral .I'citizen, they kept.. their oaths. The Price $4.50 at Our Store in lire Os .

With Its administration ot law In which the
large proportion of ne-
The splendid firmness and I $4.00 F. O. B.
courage Chicago.
gro population, emotional Impressionable jury fails to obey the instruction of
Intelligence which hare marked the
and incapable of self-con the court is a travesty on justice,
attitude of Governor of
NorthCarolina
Glenn trol, the South sees public, order and and the man who-can get hls'eonsent

In his successful fight to industrial progress both menaced by to do a thing of;tbat kind will do to, i
resist the encroachments of the Federal -
an unrestricted sale of liquors. Probably watch in all his business transactions' I o
judiciary the of that "
upon rights half the crimes committed by for It he has"no' conscience in the I
State td enforce its own police laws
the negroes and the poorer classes jury box after he has taken an oath I
hare suddenly made him of the
one of whites are due to drink and assaults to do his duty,it_is a. practical certainty -
most prominent figures in the coun- '
on women which are the chief that-he' will;have none out

try. It takes emergencies to reveal pretext for racial conflict and mob side the jury box .
strong and dominant characters equalto
violence are probably traceable In avery
great occasions and Governor Savew l's
large measure to the vile liquorof Ex-Governoroseph F. Johnston
Glenn Is now In the limelight as sucha
who selected months,
the cheap 'doggeries/ population was ago at a i j ;l

character. In considering a Southern : such as the'Terage Southern Dem cratlcStateprlmary in Alabama, j 'ltrf f
man for President let us not for-
at the same time that
State possesses should be protected Bankhead'was,

get him. against its weaknesses. Good order as alternate Senator for just such "* I

good feeling between the races, and contingency aa has occurred in the
Says the Fernandlna Record of a I
death of Senator Pettus will doubt
industrial efficiency will all be Increased -
mighty good man:
with the elimination of the less succeed the latter in the United
"Hon. 3, JI. Barco Is to ran for
liquor-dealer and his baleful Influence States Senate just as Bankhead has
.
State comptroller before the next democratic
on the weak the ignorant and the succeeded Mcrgan. ,Thirty-five years -
primaries tI strikes us that
potentially: criminal." ago when Pettus was contesting with
Mr. Bareo' has a good chance to win
the honors. He has long been Identified Morgan for the., primacy of the For cool cooking, less work and least fueJ-exptarai T

Today is the time set for the Geor- Selma bar in Alabama Johnston wasa
with the State of Florida,, has
gia legislature to land on the solar brisk and thrifty young lawyer !n NEW PERFECTION
been classed as one of her most prom
plexus of the whiskey traffic in that the sam3 city glad to pick up small
inent and best citizens and_ has
State. And the blow Is sure to fall- cases and was one of the kind mark- Wick Blue Flame HI Cook-Steve
friends in every corner of Florida.
if not today perhaps' tomorrow. ed f r success although he had been
We prefer him to the prevent Incumbent .
denied the gift of eloquence/and was -the ideal stove for summer. Does everything tilt cf&

for many reasons. Mr. J. M. The proposition has been and I.'A' as practical as Gradgrlnd himself.He kind of stove will do. Any degree heat mstaady. >W*
Barco will make a good officer and he
n/ forcibly agitated to build a trol- subsequently went into bankingin three sizes and fully warranted. At your dealer's, er wia '
has the best chance at the present '
time for election.**' ley line from White Springs t% Live Birmingham accumulated wealtn nearest agency for descriptive circular

< Oak. This discussion of the proposed and then betook, himself to politics.

...''''' -. ..,.-- He' was elected ""
project will result in its assuming Governor made n o Lamp ..
Speaking ot mall order houses and ssIsari.
how,they ald".lo'break dowathe local tangible shape. The line will be good one and at one time'ran for the tads".-

merchant and thus, injure indirectly}built. We feel satisfied of the fact. Senate against Morgan In the prim i throughout and beautifully nickeled. ?*d'1 a

We want connection with Live Oak aries. Bat he wasn't "In it" with strutted; absolutely safe; unexcelled to
)nte t, not only o"f thetown
eTen; T lst
man power; an ornament to room. Every
that great and any
was of
Live
and .,Oak wants connection with course,
but.ofUu _county.-let us also bear"in If not at your dealer's, write to ou sweat sf*>
this town. The proper handling of badly beaten. A little thing like thatdoesn't
mind tb.L-every dollar sent.to these STANDARD OIL COMPANY
: this enterprise will be fraught withg disturb the purpose of a man gweor eea.d, '
distant houses la not only that'much ,
taken out of circulation at od to both places. It is needed it like Joe Johnston for he was head-
i
\money far will come and now is the time to ed for the Senate and determined to
It Is
but taken out good- STOVE
,build It. What say you people of get there, and so he has, or will !n PERFECTION WICK OIL
\never gets back. In a small city in I I
White ? a few days as the Alabama legisla-
Illinois recently this matter was given|ta Springs What say you peo- I
ple of Live Oak?.-White Springs ture Is now in session. The new
'very. practical test. A man marked ja j Herald. Senator-to-be is a heavily built man Specially Low Prices...'Read Them. "
dollar In a way that he-4new at all
j Of stalwart presence a bull-dog
i times where, the .money was. It circulated jaw $9.-1
'" ,/lrom the grocer to the dry t Representative Neel in the Georgia and a large head well thatched with Burner, $4.75. 2 Burner. S7.003Borner,.
I combattive auburn hair
goods dealer, then to the shoe dealer legislature, has set Mr. Roosevelt sprinkled No. 1 Oven $2.50 j .
I with gray. He is suave and deep hasa $1.95 No. 2 Oven,
and back again. It finally came into 'and the rest of the country a noble

the, possession of a farmer who sent j," example. He has discovered a way fine strong business following senator.and In will him make a Legs per set, 5Qp. Rayo Lamps $1.90 i iE

it to a Chicago mail order firm from to call an adversary a liar without and I

whence it never returned. If a man ruffling his feelings or doing violence Bankhead their State wil be creditably '
CO.
J.
but not greatly represented In BLUME & j
should deliberately deplete his own I to the proprieties or repeating a |
the Senate. John B. Knox Is the
best
strength by letting so much blood out i stale-and vulgar chestnut. In sharp f IBUs
timber
ot his veins at frequent Intervals it but he was just below Johnston .,:
would be denounced everywhere as 1 lanta Constitution on a question _of in the room for rent at Suwannee Springs. >>. Contains av ...
primary.and that lets him .
"folly, but it Is not 'more distinctly 1 tact of a personal nature Mr. Neel out. Cottage furnished drives the cold CHIt *< t r-
--- except linen; ..
Z' folly than for a citizen tc deplete the does not denounce the editor as "a kitchen and dining gently moving th. ... |
Quick relief for Asthma room furnished art *
strength of his community by sending deliberate and unmitigated liar" as Sufferers.Foler. with tables Lamas Honey and Tar pg>]
' chairs
#
Honey and Tar affords and stove $7 -
Im-
money away that is to stay away In my common chump might'do., but mediate week per ly as good as ID&plel1f
relief to asthma or $20
sufferers In per month Co Ute
return f"r goods he could buy Just as i rising to true Chesterfleldlan heights. the worst stages and If taken in time for baths to cottager ? charge like It Sold by

If not as 1>be "You missed the mark and Apply to F.
well at home on, nearly says will effect a cure. City Pharmacy. L.
Rees
good terms. stated a proposition not In harmony Lire Oak. .or Suwannee MUS S:
quite
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ai Mayo. wen e Grover Fletcher returned to Mc-. W. Floyd, of Platt I . .. 11 . . f' 1
fie, Station in Sheriff
Alpin this morning. SUatoa wfret Hers Ills
i jl! fOR on business today._ morning that he had _** aas1i. --.

I Hon. J.. M. N. Peacock of Mayo, one of the negroes who robbed tfc.
of Jaspers is in thL e was here today. ; eiecutiye committee of tte laundry last week. Deputy ScohIr

I Farmers; Union ,la la session went after"the prisoner thfc
I TrnrsJm;
Mrs. Weir who has been to Mayo, City and today. ,f _::" ,

jr. r Deanard. of the Park. was here today, en route to Wade. : Matson the wisaid who ps<.*

tfcfe moraine } max I II II fine ten-pound boy !arrived,.at farmer more wonderf trick -tVtn
WANTED-A goOtis1i' woman. 'JPro: tome of Dr. T. S. Anderson this I Iauy other living man, gives hU 1Mt
IL.-"of:;;; ;. was here''iCall I I Mrs. A. W.. Pope/south of Cart I : performance at the auditorium tonight .

w route to O'Brien. j t roll's residence. I Be sure to go and see hi*.

.. ,I i I I W. A. ;Jordan returned from
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L ..ofDuanellon/isInthe' J. M. Gornto of Mayo is here to- i extended trip to Brunswick this Starke special of the-nth to the
I Fire Life and Times-Union has
the
day. folowing account
.- :J' of the blowing up of J. Bert Colder's

L:, c High Springs. Mrs. Smith of Mayo, is here today. :** Old Rcfcable Lawler and Miss Bessie Hath- retort at Lake Butler. Mr. Colder

y a gaesL of the EtheL on her way to Cairo Ga. '-1 F F' wh) have been visiting In went from Lire Oak to Lake Butte

s-- fi 1 I for some time past, return two or three years ago to take th*
ISHW.ot Inverness, was here Geo. Bobbins went to Dunnellon on today. management of this retort. ne dispatch -

es route to Delph.rt business this morning. I i i says: "News of the horrible
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Prcmpt
-- I death of two men at Late
Annie Butler
Belle
Lyle. who has been was
jilt, of Hampton Springs Eld..Jordan of Dowllng Park was ALL with fever is improving and It brought here today by G. W. Alderman -
ill**, yesterday. here today. tax collector. The two
she will soon be welL As men are

gtiird Alton was here Imw as she is able, she will go to At WiUian Donglass (white), married
of
g E. R. Sessions of Rossburg was on a visit and Gabreal Green (colored). These

-i- here today on business. men were working at the retort etthe


5il nova and wife went to W. C. Caldwell of Jasper, was here Lewin Building, Hogens. the painter has com The steam Southern gangs Turpentine showing Compa. press .re y.

i tJ morning. today .on business with the executlre Phone No. the finishing of the wood work of forty pounds trenty-fire being the

committee of the Farmers' Union. I I L tip-stairs portion of the limit escaping steam at the to of
t >
went to Jasperf '
.. H. Petty bank building. It is in fine
f i iiiWH the retort called their attention and
to rtdt her parents. ._ I L| Mrs. J. M. Caldwell. of Jasper; arrived S. J. White left.. oak. and presents a hand-i they went to fix It. At the first more

mad family came up fromt here today and will visit her I Jamestown to take appearance. Mr. Hogens has in fixing it it exploded tearing away
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daughter at Porter Station :the exposition. for finishing the inside the support, carrying the men beneath
|; f( rday. i work
the
of
new hotel In the'
; I j'the seething mass covered by escap
"levirn of Rocky Sink was Col. D. M. Gorn of Starke. was ..Dry Smithson. of style.. The work is neat and at-j'Ing.team.. Tier managed t crawl

....; today 'here today en route to Hampton here yesterday ;,|out but left part of their flesh la d>-

Springs. this morning. ,ing so. The back bone, some of their

11.;9eea. of Pinemoont, was Rickerson returned from ribs and the bones of the hand were
tfcf w business Hon. W. R. Dorman. of Houston, Two fine this morning where he plainly visible. They lingered until

I was here today and favored our office through here this for one of the negroes who Saturday morning In Intense agony,

marten o{ Rlxford. Is In the with a call. to Sheriff Parker of the laundry last week. The when death ended their suffertagsV

I Rickerson ought to h refused to return without a r .
L.--Willis and wife of Sanford. and the sheriff had to Hard Lock.
'Fla I were here this back without him. He states ; .
V of the Antioch setter morning en J. B. Barton and
"And so. Bnnunel. the student was
today :route home from Dowllng Park. morning for the the chief of police showed no
almost drowned when he was ta
tion. where they will to turn over the prisoner to
swimming yesterday? How did it
Chairej. of Chairea. Fla.. Mrs. H. E. Whltfleld left this time viewing the There Is no question about this

1 morning en route to morning for Dade City on a visit to being the man wanted and if happen

her brother. There was quite a; loose by the Georgia The bailiff went by. and th. poor

supper at the home he will yet be brought boy was forced to,remain under water

Williams and family O. L. Mlzelle of Bradford county Voucher last Friday to answer for his crime. so long. Fliegende Blattr.i .

here this morning,, eaEaton. and Jt M. Jenkins, of Perry,, were his son.. Harlle. It ffrii'J.

Park- here today to meet with the Farmers tended. ,,and everybody . I . '. . . . T . ;. .-.-. : .
Union State executive committee: Joy themselves.J. .

.,cf MonUceHo.r i; SAVINGS DAPARTMENT

Baton, of Waycrosa.tfc I. M. Cox wife and 'son. of Jack B.: Lynn and wife .

4 Ethel,today,' ,sonville ,were here yesterday en t who have been visiting is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is :
l. broad enough to accommodate all. and :
route to Hampton Springs. They are family returned home I

Baisden left last eTenCHy relatives of C E. Halle% Jr., of this Mr. Lynn. is favorably HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: :

to visit His Ethel city. Live Oak. and has abo :
locate here and' L- The young folks with their small savings. :

Mrs. L. F. Hinely and daughters. bakery, a business he 2.-The breadwinner striving to accumulate a fund

i vest to Coleman Fla.. Mrs. C, L. Morrow _and Miss Willie :In. He will this week. t to procure a home, or a competency for old age.and I l
erhere he has a black- Hinely came up'from Hampton 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded
and of
I county dispose :
the income provided.
Springs this morning and left for
1 perty there, and then
their home in Madison. 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. :

went to Hamp- Zack Taylor was : FIRST NATIONAL BANK live Oak, Florida :
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for A. L.
; recreaiR Goffln of Fernandina. was :
I day by Deputy Sheriff
here ;yesterday and went to Hampton _charge of assault with . . . T' r. r I" 1.1. I 1.1. I .-

Springs to.visit his'wife. who is there I der Dennard Moore.
*"* feft for LouslTllle. for her health. crime was committed
_** M J ia his family and
Both
Sunday. are
'**t far 4 month or more L. G, Moore of Luraville.was here ,

% yesterday on his way home from
ilea. 'of A cleansing clean
O'Brien, was Jasper where he attended the funeral

ea rowe to Jasper to bf his nephew. Dr. M. L. Nunn ing beal'ng v \ li LIE S
h is SUP :
very ill. CeWltfs CarbolSred
who died at his home near Jasper last

Friday; He was a dentist well knownin Salve S Id by the
1 1ea mill at Rix. .
this county where he had a good

h b! ready to run by practice. .and was well and favorably t 1VEJ

known. Dr. Nunn was a young man. Enoch Elliott 1

only twenty-five years of age. and Ray Oscar Sutton and WATCH BUYERS

mod, was here had bright prospects before him. He negrces, were arrested

!** b his aged was straightforward in Ills dealings Lancaster by Deputy If y,MI wish for wckwve elegance in a

J?* <***f-t wo years of skillful in his profession and socially for assault and '.' ': w.J absolute accuracy of aovc''
of perferboo will meal
stood high. Deceased was unmarried. 'Williams another LV ', ':t idea
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His demise will be sorely regretted by bond for their & -

M ,is here today all who knew him. al court. SCHOOL CHILDREN. THEHOWARD
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best work when they
their
Y e* a brick store The Cotton Growers' ,Associationat
to
*K the necessary materials
the wooden one O'Brien. held a meeting last week To Suwannee I with. We can furnish Blank WATCH

and decided to-build a: warehouse. Rulers, Pads, Pencils, Pen

*<1.wtte. of Tampa 50 by 50 feet -of corrugated iron, tote RED [ and everything needful to Let us "S OW vou whv

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completed by September first. The
;. en route toe All Standard flakes for Sale by
i PRICES
contract: was given toF.. 8. Hall. orn
JULY
Hett Directors[ BEGilVIItiG low yet we can offer you lIB
were elected as follows: W
Leave So wuinee Spnn* fc 30 ...1 varied stock" choose RADFORDThe
D[ Barnett. J. W: Wells. F G. Hall m
Leaves k U.30 LIL ;:
W. H. Fleming, W. A. Roberts J. D. srrinAS
and her rl"foo
bright 0 p.1Do
[env. Jeweler
Goss and W, _I*, McKlnney The associationat Manager
Marion Ses- 'Live Oak $-00 PoIDo
CUOK FLA.
O'Brien is in a flourishing and Owner LIVE OAK.
for Palatka, 630p-m.
A ,condition has splendid working Fare e-SOC Y
f San'a week or I! WEEK.LIFE .
membership, and we ,predict for it a T. AL.CHASTAIN. FOR THE DEMOCRAT ONLY TEX CEETS A a

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r'm :. the paper, for the. sake of your business as well as pride

4 ',. : in your city, call up the DEMOCRAT office and a representative .
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t A LITTLE FUN NOW AND THEN.
(New York Press.) I
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: Valuable Eccentricity. An old colored man who is devoutly -

?' : "Jinks is an undoubted genius.. religious returned to Brooklyn re- Mw ..
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"But he acts like an ordinaryman. cently from a trip to Florida his

." birthplace, and told his employer r:1 Red RocK Ginger Ale

"Well all geniuses have their little about a narrow escape he had froman
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:: eccentricities."-Washington Her- alligator. Knowing of the re- .

!. ald. ligious zeal of the darky the employ Is the Real ArticleAn

er sought to test his faith.

One of tie days we remember with "What were you' afraid of an alligator inferior, weak flat imitation ginger '

t pleasure as well as with profit to for?" he asked him. "Don't ale will cause indigestion and constlpas -

L. our Lealtt, is the one on which we you ,know that the Lord will take ,
ALS :r gon- became acquainted with Dr. King's care of you? Of course you know the RED
ROCK GINGER ALB Baa become
; New Life :Fills the painless purifiers story of Jonah and the whale. The (it

? that cure headache and biliousness whale swallowed Jonah, but Jonah I (,i pit ; famous.
Y and keep the bowels right. 25e at came out all safe/ enough." { (. i, r The value of Purity and Quality cannot

Jf Barclay & Groover's Drug Store. The. darky shook his headdubiously t U4Waa& Get 55&KSS -

;- d-w "Yesboss_ I know about Jonah" { th and which domestic-as UM acme #

be sad "but then, you see a whale's of perfection in combining: purity, quality and
L health
Playing Safe. giving results.
f. g't'a plem'ry. A alligatah ain't got a
"It is not our duty," said the mora -
no mem'ry If a 'gatah swallows you Sold mywlMr
:1st, "to keep temptation out of the fern sad mutr bout,
he won't think no mo' about "you" Ee a glass froca battta.
jil way of people who may do things ". 'st
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trey will regret?" THE RED
f. FOR SALE--A good thoroughbred ROCK CO.
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"Yes answered Farmer Corat -
JerseyXeow. that will milk in i
k : sel; "that's why I make it a rule r JacI sonvllleFlorida.,
t- when we have summer boarders to ten days., Win give' three gallons of
day
t'. keep t*>e piano locked"-Washing milk a Apply to Walker

ton Star. Payne. U

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i "What does he call his latest "How is it a smart-looking chap>> .

:, s-ng?" like :you never married?" -
Invention is tte
mother of
trusts
: "Well, you sqe, when I was quite
and
promotion is the stepfather
r5.HumldItT."I don't believe people would like (young I resolved I would never marry !

that air."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. until I found, an ideal woman. After A Ii i
man never becomes
a tax d'dger .

Synonyms. many""Well years what I found then?one." unless his income exceeds h'a outgo Ir &'&?;

Ascum-Broken up housekeeping? "She waS looking for an ideal -
Going S me."In SUHHEIIII!!
: Nagget Tes I'm back at my old man.-Bystander. IS THE IDEAL 1
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boarding house again. My cook left Australia. bragged, the native
When the Is bottled you eta
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i me. Some people are proud of their (>: ttat country, "you can pick up gold genuine L0
ideal drink of Coca-Cola, SUPT -
Ascum-You don't say? How does past-prObably because it is past. 1)y the pint. that served at any fountain. '

your- wife like it, there? "It comes In quarts In America" actly the proper amount of th8 Gtr
Nagget-She's: not there. Haven't Time Out. torti'dle quickwitted Cola syrup is used; just the
I just told you she left me?-Philadelphia Mr. Subbubs-So you got rid cf the nephew of charge is owed to carbonate the water
Press. girl at'last? Uncle: Sam.-PIttsburg PostFound 4 sparkle, Savor andpan h to aA* 3r
one the L distilled w UrUuiJtcuwiiit r
r Mrs. Subbubs-Yes, she left a few ', gy p' geaains nee-Cols in steriltsd bottlesY

:-_ No matter how hungry a man maybe minutes ago. Good Place. tt always In Your refrigerator, &SJ drssh

:: : a single taste of defeat satisfies Mr. Subbubs--Huh: she certainly "Hello. Jones! Haw did you enjoy 4 the bottled article whsrsvar ye [4

him. o took her own time. our vacation?" Coca-Cola Be

Mrs. Subbubs-Yes, and our tim, "Great1 Only had to go half anile JACKSONYLa

Most men think they know a lot too. The parlor clock Is gone.Press .- J: for water this year."Detroit

: more ttan they know they know. Pht1ltte1phJ j"ree Press. ,
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I anT sleeP tecausa anojer ma'ji "When Jt married "you, you' said Live.OariijJjj :_

opinions fall to agree. with: his own. wttif I'd,never"want for anything.!*

tDI. I say thatr. dti

Lire The King!. "Y- u .did. '
Long 'Schedule RI
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peen countries: while in America, women then" "-Detroit Free Press. : -
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the< cry of the present day is "Lon! ..' .-"' .' lsa ctw .. : ::. :..---
Acsident t i. Kings New Discovery Kin g; '. : : Vas. '
lire"J> 1. Your'L1n'r. s+r paa ;. 'i j =. -..aENa
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ofp of Throat and Lung Remedies! is out of order: You go to bed, In u L No.4 Na; J -'. ::'. ,i'- : or1 Pa... r;
Corporation of which Mrs. Julia Ryder :Pain," bad humor and get with "'I.t.-..tC4. IS 'If.... <
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LADELPHIA Truro, Mass.. says: NIt neter fail! taJtIn your mouth. You want A.l[. P. 1L P ti. '____ 8qj Oab1 ...
Immediate relief and tI I Lea.. L.ae ? IL
to give something to stimulate y. nr liver. Lan. t P. 1C .. .
quickly cure a cough or .:.>1.1." Mrs.Paine" ." Just try Herbine. the ::ver regulator.' f Starr..()__ j f to iss 1.
is shared by a major' s z a ant.iij.
opinion f A positive cure for Constipation. 225 I a. r s7 Ia 1>
ity of the inhabitants of this country,. Dyspepsia and all liver complaints. s s sal -Y 1II'j. .} a 4ei s 11t '.4Pf 171 m aAr'T45
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Heafth Insurance New Discovery: cure weak lungs and I J 'Trs: FFt.. Worth Texas. writes Ly 8 4Lv s -LY 4 -vwliq PvIt____ ._. tt.f I Zit
and : Dowliq Part ::: y .1
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Y Premi- sore throats after all otLer remedie Hate used Herbiue U. my family 8 5b .4. 4 -- ---'...'' ....'..''.- i 18 Ly I.L'i.liLY .s,
Monthly ---:-;=vv JaBCtiaa-___ a UI s t7t ....
jp irfar bare failed: and for coughs and coidthGuaranteed I ,
for Words -
years cant express whatI I -- ell I If .tai :::
its the inly sure cure. think about It. --- !' i ssL.; a MI f eo
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by Barcity & Groover, Druggists, my household are 1 appr and wel*. :1 :18 : :r _..__..__.. la86 i= 3::lttsArlo
--- 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle Tree. and we ewe It to lIer lne. Sawiuj- ;;! 115 :--F --.. : :"i" s:,
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rued and claim I I JL P.] 'Ips __ Lt.v L9t1p !LesS.yLv = x;. 16
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from
they are good by boasting of how bad {iJoltf MAYO AND ALTOS UU.L Cll. "

----- they used to be. -.......-
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1 WEST BOUND. ...- .... EAST BOUND
FrA pSrRS .
eftts' Wanted Was in Poor Health for Years Pas.. ly....
: Ira W. Keller, of Mansfield. Pa.. THEY SATISFY '
Da i ND41i Nw lI. N
Northern Florida. writesc :"I was la poor health for sx 3na .zany O s DOnh Da i7yL N.t I'L t4

two: years suffering from kidney anti J- 4s Sea o Oab
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bladder trouble and spent considerable .. Lea Le w Lease Ar'A.M.. PM A. PM.Lea. .
06( 5 3LayOJusetios__...._. Arrr.. Arrt.e Atri..5 .
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POST Of HOC money consulting physician S 4 ) s T 54 i eel s is
az s as 10 Qa s ._petaaon ..... _.... 7 = s Inn
without obtaining any marked benefit -- C roc,, 3 'a to s 054 .... t t s as 112
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Oak --Florida but was cured by Foley's Kidney,. Arlo 06'' x s e0Ar1i s .............'=.:AI .a_ ---_--_-..-... e. T T eoLv Isis !a I y a Lv s Low 1 .lit.

[ Cure and I desire to add my test!- Regular stop. Connection made
at
Dowling Park for an trains
to aDd
mony that it may be the cause of restoring from Live Oak aDd Perry. For further information as to eotmectiona With otht
lines call on an- ticket r
agent. Trains
FE3SIONAL CAKDS. the health of others.* 'Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trams.makes connection atSUve .Oak with aU

Refuse substitutes. City Pharmacy J.
LEE ENSIGN, President R. P. HOPKINS Tram
d-w "Star Brand Shoes Are Manager
Better. S.T. GEIMSH.VW. Snperiate emt.
). DIXON,

May be you have been put to a
The streak of- yellow In the aver-
DENTIST. great-deal of expense and incon-
age man is larger than his streak of
venience by buying shoes that
,-; CROWM ; AND j BanxsiWott genius.
did not fit did not hold their ,
; SPECIALTIES."EL
shape, did not wear well and
Stimulation Without Irritation.
BROOME likely the soles of these
That is the watchword. That is on some

what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup shoes ripped tnd pulled off. HERBINEFr

r&COUNSELOR LAW does. Cleanse and, stimulates the We have a line that will fit from
bowels without irritati n in any form
UI oAt I TIjORIPA. the start "no breaking in" nec-
City Pharmancy. d-w" Rant O+it
Ia"die eoart.fJI tile SuU. SP. o essary. They will hold their

to[WM q IIIMIIUM COBTCTMeM.pranptlr CoItocUOBA9 tt.ndRfftft shape for they are honestly made

ftmuc$TAle AT LAXGB.J For Future Reference."I by expert shoe makers in specialty Sick LiversA

seem to remember that lady factories.
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who is, she?"
WEST
W. Bound to wear well for the best PURELY VEGETABLE
"She was my typist last year.
leather and material is used in
and Surgeon
lean "She/s charming. Why did she --COMPOUNDQUICKLY -

:CkmH BaBdin?. Ohio Avenue. leave you?" every pair.
Itaiesej at Ethel Hotel "She was too conscientious for me. CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA. .
No chance for the soles to rip CURES .
).L Iaisiimr One day I proposed marriage to her. off for they are put on with a ALL LIVER G gas S
;Dios Za oe 16Lt and what do you think she did? She A GUARANTEED CURE for an disuses produced by
|M MM f Budv'A; Groorer)No-18. clinch. fastening. ti TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle pur-
took all, that I said down In short sick tomorrow.
,answer cb&Hd today mar sass you a spell
This is shoe to for I
r.&.Tsorsol.THOMASON. hand and brought it, nicely typewritten a

& for me to slgn.-Chlcago Jour- service and dress wear too. CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTEI

nal. They are made of box calf, ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILE9Mr

the leather that polishes nicely .W.A. WbitewctU Emory Tex.. *
writes: UK,.child had chill nd fever
|hBWGANs& SURGEONS, \\ Against Consumption and wears so long. for four years. We tried all kind of

-' All nations are endeavoring to You had just as well buy our medicines,and finally an acquaintance of
.t I ; FLORIDA. mine recommended Herbine. W* used
check the ravages of consumption, Family" shoes, get, satisfaction three bottles, and the child i*sow completely
the "white that cured. Yon have pcnnitsioa
plague" claims so my
and pleasure from very pair, I cheer
to publish this testimonial, as
victims each Foley'sHoney
fear.
,OtAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; many and pay no more than. for the fnlfr recommend Herbine to all mother"
and Tar cures coughs atid baring children afflictrd a*mine.

colds perfectly and you are in no ordinary kind. IAXGZ BOTTtE. Me GET TK HlIUJ

BINARY..I; j jJ danger of consumption. Do not risk Men's---_...___....____$2.00 to $3.00 MALLARD SHOW LINIMENT 08

.. patronage- I IRan your health by taking some unknown Boys:-...._.._______-_._-_ $1.75 to $2.25 ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

...... (rings) ; preparation when Foley'a Honey and\ Women's ______ $1.75 c b

Illlllllli Tar ia safe and certain in results. Misses _.--_____ --___...._._____--- $1.50 M '

The genuine is :.in a_ :yellow nackage. Children's.__--$1.10 to $1.35 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

L .PAPERiliiddof City Pharmacy. d-w. "We walk on Stars, Suwannee Drug Company.

.Qr..,v can V/YII..."' ...."
Moved Quickly.

nice wall paNH.k Tom-I suppose when you went to DOVVLIN6 LUMBER CO.

PETTY, at speak to Miss Boxley'a father you UOWLIXQ PARK FLA. Round Trip Rates To

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were bordering on nw us prostration -

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Dick-Well, I was nervous, but the

T.J.LYLEpractical prostration didn't come until after- MnKS EXPOSITION:
ward. However I picked myself up CLINTON & JAMESTOWN

before he could kick, me again. VIA

AND JEWELER Philadelphia Press.

,- _'s experience ATLANTIC COAST LINE -RAILWAY
When there is the slightest Indication -
.!*bee always on hand. -. Wholesale and_ Re-
of Indigestion heart barn

flatulence.or, any form of stomach: From LIVE OAK Florida

fts cIache Gore trouble., take{ little Kcdol occasionally tail Dealers in Flori- sale daily with stop

and you will get prompt Tettet.S S32,75 Season tickets. On

w &by Live Oak Drug Store.. -'d-w'; within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

-Pepsin -,-; ,, v .: da,,and WesternMEATS ovens ticket On sale daily with stop
Many a man who is on the road to $27.30 Sixtyday .

fortune doesn't know where to get off within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
Word over
Pepsin. Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop
$22.55

>Iste, Indigestion Abraham Lincoln of ticket. Good in sleeper.
limit
was a man who. against all odds, over within

1: !!! Nervousness attaIned the highest honor a man; Phone 24. I $14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday

'' -Spo ttaly oald get in the United States. bal I in coaches. No stop over priviliges
good
ard's Horehound Syrux hit Lta1 : only Pullmans1eeperonmorning and night

gainless ed a place never equaled Jt;>y any :Prompt deliveries Two daily trains, standard $5.00.insult PURPLEtrain
IAr sus i0. other like remedy. H-lS""a* sure cure fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk
P r sgats By for Coughs Colds Btjnchitia,' imformation and Pullman write to or call
; .laflfejnza in the For further
FOLDER. Atlantic 4Jt
: ,and .all P In &ry disease*; f ranywhere C. Boyl.-ton, District paspenger Agent.
Frank
Pharmacy
Every mother snoulo4keep supplied on
Fla.
4K FLA.z with this wonderful cough mediclie. City. Line Jacksonville

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: {;;:,C ,! >-Many: of the following are far below actual cost-all first class and up to fate ;'"

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

,' Thread Lace 6 J-2c. Values going at 4c. 32 Inch Madrass 25c value going at J5c. ... ; "'

,; f." .' 30 Inch Madrass Stripe figures 20c values going at JOc._ "':-,

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


One Thousand yards of Embroidery 5c. to 15c. 25 Doz.: Towels 45 ac 24 extra weight bleached with red border Only 25c p;

... Ten Quarters-Gold Medal Sheeting 81 Inch wide only 25c. 25 Doz. Towels same as above 36 x J 19 only 15c PIt



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HODGES OF TALLAHASSEE. Hack In Jail Again. NAILED L'i'A BARREL. n7M. r r . f. | | | n
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John C. Farrin the notorious crook i NOTICE
:. Big Interests Said to Be Backing Him Matzoni Will Make His Escape 'After
who. last winter, swindled the Punta*
As Swayne's Sucessor Being Sailed In a Barrel Strap-
I Gorda bank out of $125. was subsequently -
Ihomasvllle. Ga.* July 29.The, arrested in Cincinnati and ped In and Handcuffed. J f o Contractors and Prospective Builders:

United States judgeship for the put in jail in Arcadia tj await trial After being handcuffed and shackled

Northern District of Florida seems to I and who with three negroes, escaped Matson will be nailed In a bar- THE LIVE OAK BRICK & S1JftY (C.

from Jail on February 13th has been,,. rel tonight '(the barrel Is now on ex-
be getting pretty veil tangled up by J ..
again arrested this time in Pitta- hibitlwn in front of Butler Brothers will furnish you your Lime, .Cement,
the number of candidates' who are I burg. Pa., on the 17th Inst. Sheriff store) and will make his escape. Thisis : Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.

being put forward for the place by 1 Freeman went for him last week and a rather hard feat to perform and *
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Aj
different interests, In the state and he Is' again, behind the, bars In may take him several minutes to get .
out. A day or two ago ex-Congress: Arcadia. Ever .since Farrln's escape out or he may get out in a very short

man Settle of Asheville N. Co. and, Sheriff Freeman has shrewdly suspected time. :I The Live Oak Brick & Suppfyt
that he would show up in Pitts- Since he has been in the city
Hon. A. H. Price..of Salisbury. N. c..:
burg and he asked the police thereto ,Matzoni has been the wonder of those . . .,. .aitaee .a saes_ i ._ ._ _. _. 0 0 o.-___0I
were - wwww"'"
.,.1 brought out by NorthCarolina watch, for him. The result shows! 'who have seen his feats. He has a I ....

interests, it being said Judge Pritct-:' that the sheriff was correct in his i J number of very intricate feats he performs ner came here last Thursday night, j Hdpt4 ...
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suspicions. tl is said that in a few are mysterious extreme seen partner
dates. Friend-A4 fco* 11M.
I' days Farrin would have been mar and then others which he does since they arrived. To the officers
I first effort at cooUti *
United p
States Attorney W. B"Sh fled to a young lady prominent inPittsbarg in open that require the greatest skill he admitted that he had escaped from '
: and of Pensacola id a candidate and to do. the chain Tooag HSbe ..
social circles. Punta gang In bath Georgia and j
" It Indorsed by the Republican machine Gorda Herald.. .. Don't fafl'to Bee him tonight, for Florida. He escaped from Krugtr A.I' made scale pss..

of Florida. Some Democratsare I, it is his 'last1 night here. Seats are Pace' place at Jo I ban,., once and be It toUck down a *sii4
: also : that eras hOM.r. -........
being'rged for
the
: office. :Died In Mother's Arms. on sale at Butler Brothers. also escaped from a gang at Mayo
chief among them being Judge Maxwell (Starke Telegraph.) ,. Fla. He went under the name of .
of Pensacola. until lately Judge Live Oak Robber '
Reuben
Caught. White In
one ant Bob
Mrs. Sarah Rhoden had an Ktate >
experience l ffi emaRed,.W
of 'the Florida Supreme Court. I
:' The Valdosta Times of yesterday Stafford in the other. The officers
The latest entry seems to be Mr. in Ibis city yesterday: afternoon has the following: beer had received cards giving "Did be forgettitle

; William C. Hodges, of Tallahassee, that will,touch the heart of "Policemafa Presley made an Important description of this negro and askingthe ter te became rkr

who,while he is not an active candidate every parent who reads of It. Vessie, arrest'yesterday morning on officers to be on the lookout for "I should tay mot ft**

himself seems to have received Mrs. Rhoden's eleven-year-old daughter Branch street and at the same time him. They were unusually alert Jut to try to borrow a*** >

i the indorsement of the most influential had been ill since Sunday with a he recovered, five pairs of trousers week as many negroes were coming tell tn old fr:.a4 *. itt sea

and moneyed turpentine and saw- distressing pain in her side. Simple and two coats that were stolen from a here to tell "Booze good-bye," and 'tee him."-\ aa i lIA.Cobll .

mill interests of South Georgia; and remedies were applied at home but pressing club In Live Oak Fla. they expected It would be a good time I

who Is being indorsed it is understoodby the child_seemed to be growing worse The negro whom he arrested admitted to pick up those who were wanted j Sat: j j"AreyoagolagtotMls

Senators. Bacon and Clay, and sev- Tuesday aftrnoon and Mrs. Rhoden that he was a burglar but Officer! Pressley got onto this **
negro i
eral prominent representatives of, determined to bring her to town a stated that he had
a partner who and arrested "
him at a house on 'lummer'
). Ge rgU at the solicitation of theturpentine distance of about four miles for examination also had several suits of WC-
: clothing that Branch street yesterday. The outer -I have nothing to
interests of South Georgia' and treatment by a phy were stolen from the club at Live found the missing clothing on a bed : Then of cosrs4 I1''*
which are all largely interested la sician. Holding the child in her lap Oak. He said that he
I and his part- in the house." 'Houston Post.
t' properties in the Northern district of i she drove to town in a buggy but

;. Florida. It is also said that he has the little patient died as they were

received the active indorsement of, driving along South street near the . .
.
Senator Gullom. of Illinois and of j home of Dr. Jno. C. Wills. When the I.i '
;
otter political factors. mother saw that her child had passed be .91
Why content with
your present Station in life
',
: There would be very little to say away she turned about and drove t whynot
,': against the appointment of Mr. back to her home still holding the
E" Hodges to the" judgeship except the body in her lap. II prepare yourself for a good paying position j

fact that for a year he has been indelicate The child was not seen before or I

t ,health. He has been the head after death by a physician, and the By attending the "Popular Summer School c
of tie criminal bar of his, section fort nature of the disease that ended her i

nearly a dozen years and is regarded life is not known further than that THE
by his legal associates as one of them she had suffered intensely with her .: !

-. 'sf courteous men possible to meet side and stomach which indicates ;
'
'On a, legal question. For some years that she might have died of appends 1 j
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he has represented the present Gov- citis. F

f rnor of Florida in private litigation i .
against prominent newspapers of the I Strange Case of Two Ir Florida esssa lei r

\state and it Is generally conceded that Atlanta July 28.-A young white
-
;' Governor Broward would be glad of girl Cordelia Rake, who is serving j .

.; his appointment and the probabilityof !an eight months sentence on the county -1

'- his appointment Is largely due to chaingang for vagrancy has beenoffered k

tte fact that te would make an agreeable a pardon,It.she will leave be-
compromise to.all conflicting interests hind her Mrs. '
.:: N. Reynolds, an aged .
and would be much preferred I.white woman wto was sentenced with --
I I
by the citizen s">f the district to an her. ii ., r+
outsider.Mr. The young girl refuses to leaven W '' '

Hodges is well known as a Mrs. Reynolds who she says has befriended -\\ Is the'Standard Commercial College in North Florida and U (t

extensive traveler and literary man her and who she states is >the test staa Ilerool in :this _* \
i C VtiUii.Ssholawbips *(
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i 3 % iri*
having written several books on researches
slowly dying. The two came from > .
In Southern Europe and the Tampa Fla.. and became street beg ; $4 ,tO,, $50.00. $75-00 and $00.00.

Arabic portion of Northern Africa.It gars in Atlanta., Some prominent Write for-Cat1 a
4pecial
summer announcement.
is not known whi'wlll be appointed Florida women have interested themt -

but considering tte entr'ea ,I selves in the young girl but so fat j
.1 would not'' be surprising if' the South 'I she has refused' to leave behind her S.OU11k BUSINESS COLLEGE

\-. 'Georgia men, who haven wonderful I benegactress and friend. i ,. ,
. habit of working shoulder to shouldp.ri "
; ,
i t landed their candidate. Her Pater's Kick. Cor. b; Ave. and Conner St. 4. J.

". I."Perhaps your father objects to-me 1.1 i L. 1.1. LIVEQU'. U.ffi" ... 1.0 RID i' +.
-'An advertisement In the Dally account of my shortcomings.'" President S. STEI'j
; .Propnettr
Democrat brings wonderful results I "NoI think it's on account of t j .arid

Try it. Mr. Merchant. your late stayings.*Plck-Me-Up. .F!
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