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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 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 )
 Notes
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
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System ID: UF00075905:00208
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'pFoJ 11tk1on,bYpa: sed by the .j I dacy of William H. Taft.secretary of

se&ftte 'some days ago was war. for the Republican nomination

by'the house this evening by I t I. f or 1,resident,., wan endorsed b7.la*

.of,.139 to '3?.. Two amend- I Republican state committee, today by "
t a vote of 15 to 6. The endorsement
adieu to,tie bill by they hOuse, ,
I '" carried with It a eclarattoa that tie
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I Eoccinititn, the bill going back
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Republicans of. are opposed to
yeaate for concurrence of : < the'Elimination
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tfcere to no doubt, and the bill ; L' Se ttor a Foraker and.Dick," "'-
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E. vill.go to GOT. Hoke Smith for ;:'4 .. i Although beaten by a decisive vote

are, which Lag been prao-j '. : A_ .. ; in all the preliminary contests,, the -,

ipBifyled'and prohibition 'wIU 7 adherents of Senator Foraker in the
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| |tnm>.ft law In Georgia. 1 .of,-" .. committee refused to accept the olive I

& no aBendaeats today permit the S .- -" branch .extended by the Taft Appel'I
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[jflt of par?Alcohol by retail drug- j : ) .L tern and when. tie resolution, as j

Jib oa the prescription of a reputp amended, was finally adopted no'effort -

payridaa and c also allow whole-] : ; ; was made to. make the action of 1.
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Ml prohibits the'manufacture .. .- t -
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.......Uwt sale or, giving.away to
7\Ve believe that the_jpe t w wty -
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at: the people of Ofek ooa.tacd
"lid that may: produce: intolicaThe of tbe high character
.great ability,
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new law is to become ef- "
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Jssaary 1 1908.' f
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'J \t '.' L4itd.e.in Chicago Rscaro-ti.rib.! Taft. endorse cash for
=After the first fight on the.bill lastwlkh 'J %s "; 't : ., :,
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_te ) the opponents of the I ./:We declare that: tie'RepublicansojfotoJo .

their,ability to keep the & FEMALE. TRAMP EXECUTIVE' COMMERCE;. ', -vOLRaT ROBBERY, : ;II t ,overwhehniagjy- :thitbe : _

i its third' reading, anoTwhkbIn" k'l'- I '-. I.. name of Eon 'William Howard i

In" a personal encounteri 'All the Way from Chicago to -State Execative'Oommittee of Farm Tampa Bad Xegnt;Get $500 But Ii I Taft be pre.ep.tec1.to. the nation as

to fleer of the house between Pensacola and Lands In Jail. 1' ers' Union Hold Session .. *, ..sPromptly: Captured, Qh! ,'. candidate for president and f

tiiftlsr+s; oft_ >Se house at the end of In Live Oak. I (Tampa News, 29th.) that the Republicans, of other states '
(Pensacola Journal: SOtb.l'
,_hoar session, anf are Invited to
agree- : co-operate with the
i 500 in broad daylight
of $
The Democraf.waa glad to extenda /4 theft
M reached making the bill a Nellie Hale, a wtman who_ is heldat Republican of Oh.lOto secure his
welcome to State Executive followed by an exciting chase the
ther
I r4r fey today, with'the pro- the police station_ upon.the chargeof j nomination in 1908.

i data tote should be taken atsts. being dangerous and suspicious, Committee- of the Farmers' Union capture of the thief, the recovery of The amendment to the resolution

$ This program was carried who met In their'first regular sessionin .the cash, occurring. in five minutes was offered at once. It.. to the, ef-
claims to nave, walked_ from Chicagoto ,I
Tvoty-oae amendments were Pensacola,' with the exception of this city" on Tuesday :night. 'LITeOak' made the corner of Franklin and feet that it Is not the Intention, to

tairteea of ; eliminate either Senator Foraker ft
them
i by prohibileses. Fortune streets the center of unusual
a ride .from, Milton In order to crossEscambia central location will doubtless,
Only two were allowed, excitement at '1:30 this after Senator Dick from politics in Ohio.
bay Shortly after her ar- with Its other advantages.. bring the
ef' these ware introduced noon. This was offered by the Taft people

#s ilssklkfonistL The antl- riYal In this city she was taken into next session of the State conventionto G. i Ferlita, the saloonlst, had and was bitterly opposed by the For-
custody by Officer
made Simpson, being this city. aker element The amendment was
their hardest placed a tag containing ?500 in currency -
ices,, the; adoption of ant found on Tarragona street at a late The committee were faithful in on_ the seat of his buggy in adopted by a vote of.11 to 10 and the
hour and apparently without anyplace _
to u resolution was then adopted with the
postpone until Jinnarr to their labors, working all night long front of his saloon Intending to take i
l at'ats spend the night. amendment by; a vote of 15 to I.I .
when the bill should I lit to bank for deposit. He stepped
and they report that every phase of '
I Dressed in a shabby dress with an I
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trtli* This was'lost 128TM to the horse to unhitch it. Arthur I -
old cloak thrown over her shoulders, business touching the interest of the I r XOW IT IS GLEXX.
sties amended was put Robinson a negro 25 years: ,old, who j
..'.. a wide! brim straw hat on her head, farmer was thoroughly discussed in ,
*! Yes I" 6:45, which was was passing, saw the money and the
Hrty-flve minutes later 'ak"iakBg and with face and hands tanned from their deliberations. Plans for the opportunity simultaneously He worth Carolina Governor Looms As ,

the opportunity the sun, the woman presented any State work were gone over and a seized the bag and covering FerlitaI President Possibility. .

heir votes. thing but an inviting appearance great deal was accomplished. Our I with a 44 calibre pistol ordered him Columbia, S. c.. July 30.-An. a.
when she landed at the police sta fellow editor. boom that is
nearby townsman and I to stand where he was then made off I terestlng report of the i ii

,. Prosperity. tion."I W. C. Caldwell. we note was made I down Fortune street at a rapid pace. i being launched for Governor Glenn,

-IInlon. started from Chicago four secretary of the State Executive But the watchful eyes of Patrolman 'of North Carolina for the Democratic

.j st ) months ago" said the woman, "and Committee an honor well bestowed, W. N. Hutchins standing on the presidential nomination comes from
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fprty-three petlt have been walking ever since. At and the committee gets an able secre had seen the negro's move a telegram received for GovernorAnsel
corner '
;voluntary and In.la first I 'went a good clip, and made tary. I started after him. Seeing this morning from- the New
I.d and at once
the office of theM' about $4 miles a day but I soon got Our county organizer, E. R. Wise,, that he was followed the negro dash : York Times. Governor Ansei"s views

district' court for the tired and cut it down to 18 miles. appeared before the committee for I stairway of the LeDuc: could not be obtained on account of t
** up a rear '
of Florida for the During the past month on two I the purpose of interesting them in jed which is just back of the, his being out of the city The tele
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1907, is walked only about 10 miles each day.I making Live Oak the permanent 1 Ferlita saloon, Hutchins close behind. gram said: -
4Meaes of the prosper started for Executive Committee i I favor the New York
Pensacola and determined headquarters of the went Into. a closet and "Can you
The negro
to get here. Mr. Wise is ever on the lookout closed the door. Hutchins, pistol. In Times with a telegraphed expressionof

-- |s was not an exception- "Oh, yes, I am here,' but in jaU;and for the good of Suwannee county hand, opened the door and covered t your views on the North Carolina

average for the nine 1 don't think I will like Pensacola.I and his earnest endeavors for the the negro who was crouched in a situation and on Governor Glenn asa

Bankruptcy act be- may though. If I don't, X guess I union are never ceasing. Although the negro had a Democratic presidential candidate!

% is terty-threeT> can keep/ walking. :... There is no question but that the corner.pistol he did not attempt to use It. Dispatches say the state will put him -
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Saattern district com- "Where do I sleep at nightshe Farmers' Union is the strongest Hutchins tied his hands with a piece forward in the convention and Bryan
attie
State east of the Su- replied to a query 'why in the organized body In the country now of*stout twine and ordering: him to will support him."

Ilg L *** toeludes almost all woods or in any old house that might j working in the interest of the farmer -I remain where he was searched for woman's instinct -

Ir,dNes: happen to be along the route. It'sno and this year's prices on farm products the money which was not In sIght. As long as the average order she,

Koof that the State use of being afraid, and I got will unquestionably be far bet- The bag was soon found jammedinto Is in good working brain
for
ins lnwealth_ thata along all right, except occaslonaly a ter than at any time within the re- the commode, the currency well- doesn't have any use
a safe basis, that With the moneyin power.-Chicago. eWLtlon
tramp would bum me for a pickle for cent past. soaked with water.
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lrt'does not dis4 the other grasping of
4 tobacco one hand and negro's pistol and a pair
the
,relations of our "But say though I always read j I almost break their windows At so they one I I the bound negro, Hutchins returnedto brass knacks were confiscated and' b*
at me. crowd
could take a look where a great recognized
about the 'Kentucky Colonels' and the street locked up. Several citizens
wrote me was
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the- total number of1 .how nice they treated a lady. Why I, place a newspaper reporter bad gathered. the negro A having wof k 4about
nine Tears has i : about a whole column. given his money with although
walked all the way through Kentucky up Ferlita was town sometime ago

S s a steadiness in and. not .one_ of those colonels.1 "Why did I leave Chicago and! see Why if instructions to, holI; it as evidence,, he has been recently a, resident"of"Ocala. : \
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,phlch 'reflects offered. to give me a' ride. And in I'' wanted to see the south and an ever-increasing: mob followed_ He Is said to bae1)e a

' oi.Forida'a some of those small towns you just the people down here,kick like they Hatching he, took his prisoner to engaged In several scrapes Ja- West
:' 4 shold ent ought do there. They have':taken every station without waitingfor ;
would
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see, way they but they the police 'the sta- ..Tampa. i
of more around me. all staring as. If I was fc thing but my education concluded. the patrol wagon. At ...
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and to MIT*aaclt mftaatar promptlr,amt row Summer stock and everything in the store goes- at a. Bargain GOa-I..w7liDecanhllr.tIIe.-- Make ... ...._ ....
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wanted. lIaQ..s.wmbe agpofianr redaoed' you ero..d. its a.ed a ars.eaetiaes -..
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Invites Public Patronage. We are doing as we have always done; I THE WONDER8FJHE HOUB Here will be the moist tr.valanche
1. our business is founded on honesty. We are making a greater effort ::. of Majestic bargains ever brought together to be eJdi
to please our customers than any other store in the town. We are I so short a time by any firm in Florida. I
exclusive specialists in the proper Jitting of Men, Boys and Children Great Dosing
'e ia everything they wear. Success has-come to us not by chance but Remember this well known firm has been in business for t&a.ber .
8 as.a just reward. The sale;of any article"is.never complete until of years, and is one of the most trustworthy and hoaorjfek b .
the customer is perfectly satisfied and we regard the confidence of mess finns in this section and could hare disposed of their tie&t* i ia
the people as one of our most valuable assets. We gained this confidence Out Sale of good advantage but preferred placing their entire stock is tfe i
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by giving values, service and satisfaction and we are keeping homes of the people who helped make the career of this well la&t J
the confidence of the people by continuing to use the above methods.In firm.
order to sell our entire stock we have pounded the prices downto i
the lowest possible point The best qualities of Clothing OUR GUARANTEE We each and
yours F. Rubenstein. : assure every ctutosw itek jf
I Goods Shoes, Hats-the very goods you need right now are
in this sale at lower prices than you ever dreamed of. We will convince lute satisfaction. We guarantee every ssrment, every prke a. *
you by force of our value giving if you will give us a chanceto every statement_ made here, and we will exchange any porcbast fet 1

show. you. our goods.Ouarautee is unsatisfactory;: any reason whatever. iMEVS
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I THURSDAY AUGUST 1st;, our mammoth stock will be ready for.the Closing Out Sale, a stock person !

r: selected and comprising everything in merchandise for.personal wear and for the home. Nota lot of odds and tats ;

'picked up at random, but stocks chosen with care ,and discretion_ with Judgment- and thorough knowledge of qu. itr.

+Eyery: important,,factory in the different lines, every.renowned 'distributing point, every market has been visited and revisited

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

cn ever known; the highest plane of quality and high grade styles are offered at this great sale. It is this that links togctls- .

er extraordinary savings with absolute action.. A strictly cash sale.
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Come Goods And LOOK AT THE PRICES Goods Cbeicfei

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Suits worth $%.50 to go at....,............$1.79 The "Wausachusette' shirt $1.00 value....... SSe White Mercerized Mohair regular 7k. .... !
Suits worth $4.00 to go at.$3 25 The TVaasachusettew shirt $1.50 Brtlllantlne, 52 in wide worth $1.25 ... CM j
Suits worth $6.00 too at.4..u..*......$... value.$1.23 White Persian lawn regular 35c . ... .
I Big line o( $1.00 suits worth $3.00 and I4.0O Big line of. 5 Oc and 75c shirts going at....., 43c 200 yards French Madras regular 12%. . *M
1 to go at....,......... ................$1.50 Don't aniss.this Bargain. Brown Irish linen regular 20e J*
f Silk Mull all colors regular $ ..
.................8....++........ ...... Our line of clothing is complete. It is the very White Mercerized Marseilles for shirt waist
I. MEVS Sri ITS. best quality carefully selected in.the Northern<< mar salts, regular S5c. . . . ***
I kets. These are bargains that White Mercerized Marseilles regular 205.... W
Salts that haze said: for $13.50 for,.I 8.25 duplicate you cannot again White Mercerized Marcel lies, regular 1k. ... **
I Salts that have sold for $15.00 for.,... ...'10.73 x DRESS GOODS AXD LADIES SKIRTS.
... ,Salts that have sold for 16.50 for.,......$11.30 ....e...... ..a8.9..a8iiQ9..t8.888ie. German oil black regular J**
Pure Silk .. ........ ire
.I.I Salts that have sold or"U.50 for........$ 7.73j Mohair regular $1.25 .
SHOES. Panama cloth regular 7 5e. *?
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I Salts that Lave sold for $10.00 for. $ 7.50 Lace **
! "If'f -Salts that bzve sold for $8.00 for.......,..$ 5.OO Urflt-$4.00 value at...., .....$3.30 \ curtains linen per yard Zc.YhIte **
I \\1 Salts that have sold foor $6.50 for.........$ 4.00 I Urfit-$.5.00 value at........................00 White Persian regular lawn regular$ ** I

i f < ....................- < ........ Snow Snow Brand Brand $3.50. value at............aoo 0-tn White Lawn regular 2 5e.. **
$4 00 value at. ,....$323 40-in White Lawn regular .. **
d) DUTCHESS.PAXTS, Optimus-$5.0C valuo at.,.....:*.....$..00 Japanese Silk all colors, regular nc. ..- *:* j'
f Daring thia sale $5.00 pants for........ ..%.$4.OO Optlmas-$3.50 valao at.,....r......$3.00 2000 25 yards, all. colors.. .. .Lawn from 12 He. ..to... IW 1
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Daring this sale $3.50 pants for.$2.73i.l .886Si8i; li i .98'..... guaranteed black Taffeta. .pw
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Daring this sale 'S.OO pants for. '1.00 White LInen Tablevloth. regular tSe. ".. _** f
HATS.
I ALL COLORS-DIG LIXE-ALL SIZES. Crash Towels, per yard regular lOc . \'I'
Pointer Oilcloth regular 25c. . . . . ... 1.1e
)Q&Q&Q&Q&ttW&+*t 4Q&W&frUXDERWEAR -$3.00 value at..s sPointer$2.50 t
.O .. -THE BEST QUALITY.. value.at...,. :.,A....,.,.[$1.73' .'8 ..a 8.'J..r.........,

$1.%5 Suits t3 sell for.p,...1..t. __.'" 98 cents Eataw. DerbY-$3.00 value at*.,..*.,.$SS3 I than LADIES SKIRTS to sell out at SO per eest** Ii
1.00 Suits to sell fcr..,............. 88 cents S.etson-$5.00 value at........,....$3.73 LADIES et'tit. WK OOR&ETS MEAV.IT.CLOSING TUEM orr- .j
= 75 cents Salts to sell for.,....,....... 6O cents I I Sunset Derby$?.50 value at...,.... SOc and 75c kind at. . . . .,!
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list_3s the.path of' duty complained ;Jacksonville_ ., :., .. e ,Florida. 7 00 a m a Zo !m L! Lhw a : ...-. 60aarl..
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promise-did' I a Zo a m a U !m ; ;,
honor
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h e gest1Te retort. We caa"Lj could get In the United States.. Bal-I laO.aISO. -

aff!rd to let.God'.decide when iard'a Horehound Syrup has attained ,
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of Wa and we equaled by a m +. Ltr
a ialD(U1 prey a place never any 1 .0a a Lv --r- --- '
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;well be grateful that he always other like remedy. It Is a sure cure !La ato
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i ,ari Bt- Sunday School for Coughs, Colds Bronchitis. Influenza ii a"'m m i JO p.L -

OBMt and all Pulmonary diseases. BOTTLED.. to..lltp. .
Every mother .should keep suppLed !i
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Consumpdoa with this wonderful cough medlcite 5G. 1 0l0WISam
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endeavoring to
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claims I Unholy tempers are always unhappy 11 00 a m L j. -
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tk I e;* tempers.-J. Wesley. AS GOOD to ii 10 m __ '-
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victims each year .... IS -""- T...
".eJ'and' : Tar cures coughs and ':o.L.,!' I thuse over as the UII. ICZ..Ly --'-..aa -='----...... s aT a a..mu2asm
iIiperfectli 'and you are in no Stimulation Without Irritation. game itself.. It isthe aaljm v =__
sa6i s>4sm
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erof eoBsamption _Do not risk That is the watchword.. That Ja : best drink for all ua. m SAp. y -_ ---7,!
.Sattu
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:! recreations and I. s a Zs a m
.w ketlta by taking_some unknown what Orino Laxatlvei Fruit: Syrup. out- 1200. Y_ 1 t :
m .10p. -- -L
and for
Foley" Honey andbr' does. Cleanse and stimulates :the! ings business. f06s. asi6lm
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eLw.en .
.. .u.a 12 P.LY Il ;
I The tired worker either JO a m n --- -.I .
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safe .and certain'in results.yellow bowels:without Irritation.. in any form lt.y .I 00 1y pia1220a ,m
k
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man'at the office m 6 Z7 m' -
"w in package. City Pharmancy. d-w* orthe p III. 2 pop.
gmaine a '
j ladies in' the home i ii' LY-F
411'i 12. a m 'l5p -- .
iltf r>;armacy. \ ,, find ideal lIa. p
an refreshing -
'- "'1'he'work good: tie way 12&0. m .a.mr' r'a
.. < : Is Is right relief in bottled i6_a 1&0
i i r- '
,ca'wish -attain*'to-a-higher t \ Bnt yet.*I thlhk. an hour shal -beAt Coca-Cola It invigor- 100 m 50p4'Pte--- '. -. I.a 1*

tone, :we must cultivate evening on the homelike height ates delightfully with- '
e'.moderatlo: 'and.simplicity of Which haIl be morn to thee and out undue stimulation 'CdTategrachorTeIephoasStationv CO Flag Station (r) std .W Beggar Stop: b
". relieves andbrain snag S T. P. ,.
ie. gi.:- Joseph Hamilton.. me- fatigue tS" alrorr saparioeed.at.
S Ruuus
W. General Passenger Axent.
fag as nothingelse
I'
on earth will. Keepyourrefrigeratorstock .
Long Live,The King! Your Livers
o -
papsdu'cry throughout EurcA oat. of order. You go to bed In a ed with bottled Coca-

; -while "in. America, bad humor and get up with a bad Cola. Bottled andguaranteed Live. Oak far ge

I.- of the present:"day is'"Long taste ,in your mouth. You want I by the .
New .. ,
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Discovery King
King's something, to stimulate jour liver.
.t end, Lung Remedies!," Just try Herhlne. the liver regulator.A Jacksonville Coca-Cola

... .....:)>n: Julia Ryder Paine.., positive cure for Constipation. Bottling Co.JACKSONVILLE .
Equipped for repairing and
'.1 ftpi 3s&; Jars: "It sever ,fall< Dyspepsia and all liver: complaints. storing

, .. t |N.LmeeHate: \relief and tefMttr : Mrs- F-. Fi:..Worth Texas., writes: FLA. Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

.., are.a.cough or cold."sirs ''"Have used iHerb1 a In my family "
)iBIl o kon is shared"by'a major- for years. Words'can't express whatI Oils..especially prepared for Gas Engines.

*(tie kkytants of.this country. think about it. Everybody -in Also sell the well known Columbia bat .
it'Dtowrwy cures weak,lungs and my household are happy and well Live Oak JBottlehg .Works .. .

uir Wfet and for:coughs and colds nee Drug Co. d-w Sole Agents.
.III iaJy.aA dire :'Guaranteed kept in stock. Exclusive agent for

liNlsy Jk:Groover,.' Druggists. .
'
s.d 1m. Trial bottle_free. :If God were not knowable right LATEST NEW ORIGINAL ; Savill Vulcanizing Works,Jacksonville.
,
living would not be possible or even .
d-w here.-
z Sample of this work can be seen :
easonable., "Hereby we know that '
Picture Postcards ; .%. -
,the poor,the fallen the igk we know Him If we keep His commandments -
: IFOR LIVERY .
:',heatien,are our brothers.Nik **--:I John 2:3. Any View, Anywhere '

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Made to Order For The Favorite Reo Touring {Car used-in


fW e. :M ;Merchants fluty Copied from Half any photograph A Cent or print Each forwardedto ,Livery seating capacity for four

I u with the order. Name of party ordering

;1.. CARRY STOCK ,OF' win addreaa.b.Imprinted Postcards on aclt reproduced card* publisher and delivered with .. T. AL CHASTAIN::' .

? within 10 day from receipt of order copy and
.anl.lQ6diSIt, Flour Meal t Grits Corn
description of acene-for which a maximum of 50
il
Hay Lard :D. S.Mcat all words allowed. Fhetoomile and Phototype
.r ,Canned Goods of Illustrated Specimen Sheet mailed without Gas Engineer Proprietor
Potatoes Lemons In for and address of party
Coffee, Sugar, Rice, charge. return name
specimens writer on kind of a
reaaeatte any
Crackers>: ,Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, Picture Postcard or your business stationery. 100 Phone 109.
ira Extracts per cent to 250 per cent PROFIT Taking Orders
; Writting Tablets, Lead Pen- and Selling"AMERICAN"(Trade Mark]LOCAL

Boa Paper; Wipes; Paper Roll VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One ExchwiT
Bags Paper. Wholesale Diatribntor and Blaaofactaren"Agent

Honest Money Tob co.. Taffy Tolu and [Publisher Photocrapher.or Printer Dealer[Jobber.WANTED Local in Newspaper every city, ,1111111111111'

Wrigleys Chewing..Gums town and Tillage LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON. ..
TRACT. Writ.far terms. TEN Handsome Arkansas
Cigars' Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, Fhotosimfle and Phototype Picture Post '
H- card will be sent to any address on receipt of '1 SEABOARDAirline j
Bogador, Uncle :Bill. FIVE(2c.] STAMPS.
American Photocolortype Company
I ts-are! Cordially invited to. make our office their head- '
by Any
for Any Porpoee
1Q the city;. Net Inc.Reproductions '
Proceea. Railway. ,
."!: .OLDA.> C. L St. 'Phone
: FREIGHT DEPOT -.* 337 Dearborn Chicago.


; ',* 8r Commission Co. Makers Picture: Harrison Postcards 4691 Co o boto Stereoggraphs. ,' Savannah, Richmond Columbia, Camden Washington, Southern, Baltimore Pines, ,

erage Calenders. Pictures for Newspaper Art Raleigh. York.
: New
f s Supplements. Magazine Covers. Inserts for Editions Philadelphia and
de Laze.Pictures for FramingArt Studies '
or reproductions for any purpose in any quantity : "
e from 1000 up. Write for rates. 12-7t TRfllNS DAILY\
Two\ ELEGftNT
I Live
Oak
Co.
M'f'g.
i .

Ij j ..:,...:' Manufacturers CRIND : Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

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- J ,Shingles Ice :Electric Lights Equipment. .
I laxative Fruit Syrup i :Modem : Pullman :

II I tir9W; r' and Turpentine. Pleasant to take : .

, .j ..lights in any part of the city furnished for The new laxative. Does I The Jamestown Exposition Line

jj ji j _" Business'Houses at a very reasonable rate. not gripe or nauseate. t NORFOLK vanFgcursion

i ,_. -Day and night current-for manufactur- Cures stomach and liver Tickets on Sale Daily

.", troubles and chronic constipation -
caD CD anT agent
aJld.z'etail Ice-out of City,orders have speabd.alfotders by restoring the For fI111 information and Sleeper resenatiooa

-."..'=: ". romptly filled natural rctionofthestomach. of Seaboard. C. EoY1STON.or write J&. Asst Gent PS M' JacboImDe. FVg. .

: -TO' good prices on low 'grade ceiling and liver and bowels.Refuse .

old get our pric=. su3$tltut *. Price boa 4


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itt.. t ....... y k .x co r # LIVE' ; ,'JJAlLr' DEMOCRA1 WEDNESDAY JULISI, =a -

ldii J[i 1 1.- ___.....1W ANO Pu,.
&e
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hli .med
uYitiitj.utr iO SB."S&"J' turn
T.1, ,.... ..-'. ... ro- _. to, ; : .
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mind wa-l' from urgent -pfacucal r :
1ocrat-has: its exchange
I .. -- .- -.'on- questions,:and tpraclicaMe r re crrnas iA'
DOWING"WIT
bright, and :brave little
: paper r
to taste ichimeras. l t1e.u: : _
"'- .. t.-np at Senica.Sodtkbcaro-. .._. "J. .ti) I ..

: : c led, Farm.: and. Factory and I ieE. WPO* Tt $-UWhe,5- ( j ,-, k
: : I :
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'8Cm.e ,mighty good things :n S naio/Foraier'has, been snubbed. I ':

f",: : -, and then that are well worth at' habitually recently; bV the' omission [Mineral 'Springs, Hotel 'and ,ColU JoT 4
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outside of his name from the list of
by people the range I. 4t
own circulation. Our 'fanners presidential possibilities that he hae AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE.i t' .

.: : : will be Interested In the grown: ind'gaant_at,,.,Jhe .,treatment.. i! WAFER, IN'EVERY'.ROOM BILa.JAROTA8U L -hl,..
g and taken hI..peu In<.hand to'inditea PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. 8HADY
from that paper and if we
few modest but pregnant remarks, ,! RATES REASONABLE 17MJU..ROMLMOIItIC....
any of ,the same kind here as &cuur.: COIUCT10lUt _
on the j&nbjeet. He wants It under- "'"
and Factory refers to, they
,f; not"waste time in getting mad stood that he is not'to be considered ADDRESS fl\NK HOTEL DOWNING fl\ftK. ;flOltD t (
In this business ,
quantity
paper but should do some as, a negligible '

; J thinking and get on the and .especially; does he_ protest
reform without -delay. If against the current opinion that Bill L

\ i is at least not self- Taft is the whole cheese In Ohio as i i'a PARTY TICKETS!
candidate succeed M :'Roosevelt ],
we can never have a "
and prosperous state of af He gives it out plainly that)inless
'ofe'rt Live Oak to Dowing Park on sale daly ,
and the farmer who takes his some unexpected, change 1+
espouse at rate of 50 cents round trip wills A
he cannot
comes over.him
; money to buy what he might
at home will never know the the cause pf.Mr. Taft,.and meanwhile Minimum of ten fares. Ca3 mtiketAgenU

:: of independence. "The'arti- like Mr. Bakls.. ,he is entirely willing J 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1. ; Phone 152 for

to Is as follows: htms f. By all means give' .the hero .I\\\ 'I Wfl'ticfurther\ \ information..
i (Brownsville chance. He stands !
a
sat on our front piazza yes : I
for the worst'fn his.party -a narrow
afternoon and saw go out of
five, wagons that we happened and.intolerant sectionallsni which,yet I
come in that morning feeds itself on the passions.and prejudices -

Each wagon carried out the of the dead past, and-I[=we

kind of load,.viz: a little Soar, can't; beat such a man as' that ""
of western 'fat back/ a :especially1 such a man, in sympathetic
touch with all tte 'corporate Influences -
of western, corn one to three
i of hay and a lot of cotton hoes. ,I against which the American

them in our minds last i people are now revolting, we can't

making weekly trips hauling j[i beat anybody.. The nomination of I F
I
: same little lots of stuff as I! Foraker- would be avery weak one
merchants dole it out to I and the wtiole R velt-T ft-Hughes
Two "COMFORT
They raised cotton. They I i school of. Republicans would give It ChainIn 0
but hesitating support let than ONE hammock
good price frt. They paid a a space

price for the rations for their

and stock; and by the first, .,SOUND ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. Handsome_and Inviting in Appearance they i t
they were practically out Be Somebody Do something that a
Features of the
the Comfortable Ordinary Porch i
and totally out of rations. will lift you out of the c_ r_ o'idedranks, t
Hammocks and :
Swings.
lumm r' the same thing will "be ofthe nobodies.
through. By all that we hope Be At It. Keep at. 1C: Manyaman.

the material betterment our .has ,forced success through pure Price $4.50, at Our Store in Live Oat e

will this suicidal Ignoring bull dog tenacity of purpose.
$4.00 F. O. B.
Chicago.
'
sense never cease? When JJe Yourself.. Don't be anybody's

as we have seen an Intelli- parrot. Use your own thinker.- There C;
looking farmer come Into a are multitudes of imitators. Don't' ,11
in December and buy ten gal be one. ,Be an originator:; :

sorghum molasses at 50c per .Be, Decisive.. Train, yourself tothink w a t

two barrels of second patent qnickly...andtoract: .promptly: : A s
and one hundred pounds of Promptness. of action will often wrest : 4rfIaj

finish"e: 'bacon, to take home for his success fromapparent'faIlnr& *-' I
) to eat, and then in the spring De Courttou ,Courtesy the'oil .

In and pay three, dollars for a of bnsln-.' and causes the machineryto ela
of cow peas to sow in his corn '; .hly. Like a strong arm 3i f

which 'he will not pick a its wu pulls in the direction of 0 fi'

"'- ,the .fall,,we feel like knocking ..u'Ce : J
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A\ n the head. What if they have Courageous. Faint' heart never.- 1z
money to pay for these things? won great success. Business,' the iitr79'
could raise as much cotton and right kind of business demands courage I
necessities and save that the best kind of courage. .Sometimes -

beside having more variety great success. is won by great

things to seat." bravery. The coward had better
/ keep out of business..

Lakeland News says: Be Sober. Keep sober, The man L
Florida press has sustained who drinks to excess surrenders his
in the retirement of J. F. judgment ,to the mercies of his ene For cool cooking less work and least fud-expeWB**

from the Live Oak Demo- mies. The road to the saloon la B
PERFECfiON
NEW
and this loss is all the more re- paved with business failures. Don't

because it is rendered neces travel over that road. Keep off of it, 0I
by the delicate health of his lit and keep sober. Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Steve

making a change 0: climate Be CheerfuL There is good hard _
Mr. Sherwood Itb..: money in cheerfulness. A business -the ideal store for summer. Does everything thai arr ode dt'II

,. will locate in (;Colorado I man with a gloomy face advertises kind of stove will do. Any degree of heat hstaadr 11-s
An able newspaper man i his lack of confidence in'himself, and three sizes and fully warranted. At your dealer', or write ""*

clever gentleman wherever he I invites defeat. Cheerfulness gives nearest agency: : for descriptive circular

confidence, wins friends and prophe- .
The H.II.
j. sies success. Be cheerful. Lamp. M bus
<< don't know how Mr. Vardaman Be Honest. There Is no more val- ue- jriads oI1 lit

" J out at the polls tomorrow I uable business 'asset than honesty i throughout and beautifully nickeled. P51..-. k
Mississippi primaries In his for honesty begets confidence confidence strutted; absolutely safe; unexcelled in 1
: power; anoruamcnttoaDYroom. Bftl7IamP
with John Sharp Williams begets business and business
If not at your dealer's, write to oar nearest& >
seat in the United States Sen- brings success. The honest merchantthe STANDARD OIL COMPANY ,
.
.r.... we don't doubt that an one whose goods you can dependon Incorporated)
majority of the most Is the man you wish to trade with.
F f people of the United The same principle applies to your
both in and out of Mississippi, business whatever it may be. PERFECTION WICK OIL STO C

desire the success of Mr. Be Cautious In Your Friendships.The .

; We give Governor Varda best of seeming friends mav Specially Low Prices=Read Them.
credit for being a better and'an make the worst of real enemies. .
r'r man than his enemies are dis Many business
a man has cursed his Burner $9,
....-.f $4.75,2 Burner. 37.00360111 ,
to concede, and we take no cue over-confidence in a supposed friend. C

... Northern negrophiles or long- He should have cursed his own lack No. 1 Oven, $1.95 No. 2 Oven, $2.50
;' theorists In appraising his true of judgment. But, when you have
:. ; but for all that he is too found a real friend fasten to him Legs per set, 50c. Rayo Lamps $1.90 eai

F= dominated by passion and with hooks tf steel

s- of the most pronounced Be Truthful. Don't help%your business I E. J.. BLUME & CO.
';; to make a safe adviser on a associates to form the habit of
problem that must be settled not believing you. The time may i
':':'. reason and Justice. His pre- tome when your* success or failure I Cottages with ,kitchens and dining Use Kennedy's 1'I r J1I' j
k issue of repealing the may depend on the value ef your room for rent at Suwannee Springs. I syrnp. Contain sa I cii'!
of
!- amendment upon which he word.' Be ready for that time: Build I Cottages furnished except linen; I drives the cold out tai

his claim to senatorial honors up a reputation for: truthfulness. I kitchen and dining room furnished gently moving Tar ***--
- which he is appealing Most people value truthfulness In I with tables, chairs aLd stove $7 per takes Honey and maple uri

? : s he should rather seek everybody but themselves. Be .one I week, or |20 per mont.IL.0 charge ly like as It.good Sold-as by """ 011

i ,.is as hopeless'success as of the few whovalue: most in your- I for baths to cottagers I i
Apply to F.
. be a revival of the secession selndJOOkit.ut: for the other i I I I
i Rees Live Oak .
I! or Suwannea
Itself, and to keep the :subject fenQ :Jxch.ange. ..... .1 F01EYSII ";
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returned to Lake I -,1
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I' of porter. was h e1_ !. O. I The sheriff received ..t .', .-. .
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Gg; Butler today. telegram will find space for
from the Valdosta ite Jam
jptffef. : fOR SAll morning saying that authorities this will find space in the Dewwtt r

*.try T. G. Collier, of Tarver. Ga., is tn he need not columns it you will be
come there for oar refeter
j..csrtisGrubbwentto>> the negro wanted
here
the city today. correspondent
', for robBing the from1'your neighbor
laundry as they had hood,
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drop
ns
V' : of'ioct1 Sink Is here C. 1... LeFeyre, of...LuraTille,'''was City< u.SlnrlJu him placed This means that the you some paper a and line and we wllj MBd
fc A Via. prsoner"haa been identified envelopes for the

1 1Jekbnra here yesterday. -..-.-' ...... ........ escaped Georgia convict. as a* corespondence. In case several/write
t.w:.
from the same
<< haying his store Mrs C. N. Hlldreth-.;' returned ", Properties loco first reek, we will neighborhood the _
Is : Ashe; formerly In endeavor to ,vs*
l this noon. business an e
home or as much
i here but noW'a prosperous merchantat as._possible.-.... .. : ..
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Holder ;
..Blanch Hlnelyt CoL F. T, Smith of Alachua Is in Citrus county arrived here '. Ambiguous.
*: X **1 littfc yesterday to purchase
of the Ethel. stock for a
the city, a guest } new
to boa iodsyJAN Fire Life '. and Accident'INSURANCein furniture, store he Is establishing at At the death of much-loved pastor

.. Floral- City ...... some years
: daY-at Swan C. H. Brown and wife, returned Mr. Ashe was gladly ago the vestry of a
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$ .: .' ..' friends to place a tablet to his memory la
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vestlbulteuif
l 'Jasper, 'was B M. Carroll went to<":GreenTllle.. the church. I due
S Jpar4.
". this morning on business The Executive Committee of the time the tablet appeared In Its place,
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leas yesterday. ____,
ea florida' whora .I*. +'" -- 'h '
State ---w
Tanners' Union consisting T BUU reiaeuu. ii HAS caused
Prompt attention given to i of C. E. not a few smiles; for. after reciting
i Kaekbara still confined Mrs. D. H. Turner; of the Park pledger, Jackson I

'i.rttf fed with ferer. |.< ,was here shopping today. ALL BUSINESSEDWARDSREALTY county, chairman; W C. Caldwell, a list of the former pastor's virtues
,> Hamilton and labors it
closes
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with the
-" I county, secretary; J. M. quota'

WeCi of O'Brien. Is In:the Tax Collector Meeks went to Jacksonville Jenkins, Taylor county; G. T. Boa-: tionNow

.JA.Tf...y nn business. on business yesterday.., GO.lewia well, Holmes county, the State President the people of God have rest."

r ; G. A. Trawick, LaFayette cona-,{-Harper's Weekly. : "
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t-M. Boss and wife of Bossburg.fja i Mr. and Mrs. McGuire, of Mercer ty and the State Business Agent ':,. .

tom'city today'shopping. are here today trading, : t r I : I -' Building Room 3. Bradford county met in this 'city In A Literal Dread. -'C

Ifft : I ..,. Phone iNb. '44. executive session yesterday eveningat "Darling," said the fair, young

E. Halle. Sr. returned to his I Mrs. Morgan went to Lakeland this 5 o'clock The committee remained girl nestling to his side -let n* arrange -

.b e la Gainesville this morning." morning on a visit to her old home. In session all night adjourning, our affairs to suit ourselves

I .Dr. Caswell and family, and Eld. this morning at 7 o'clock and they and then tell our folks that we have

jcfKOD, any length and any .kind: C L Kendrick, of White"Springs J. 'T. Butler returned from Alachna then departed' for their respective made.up our minds to get married."

I Bill*obtained" from L. B. Coltf Is'In Lire Oak. today.-a- guest-of the last evening, where they attended the nomes. "Tea. dearest" replied the young

, EtheL ." funeral of Mr Prescott Mrs. Cas- man nerroasly.but are you qre
0 :;o well's father. The Democrat has correspondence your father wont kick!=Baltimore

[ *LCora. Stephens: left today! for Joel Tucker and J. B. Newman occasionally from some of the differed American.

!jiMfglt. to be absent a couple of went over to Houston this morningon J.. M. Bailey Is moving the Surprise precincts of the county but

i .-...., "'i cI business. store stock to the auction house.- .;there are others we do not hear from. What He remembered.

I and We shall be glad to have a letter each "Ton
Mr. McAdoo will put In a box may not remember me.Miss
+k E, L. White and children C. A. Green went to Tallahassee week from
alley In the store vacated by. Mr. every section of the coun- Summers he said, 'but J'was.engaged
jwrt to tie Park this morning last night, where he will remain some Bailey. ty. Somebody In each neighborhood I to YOU once." ; -,

4.few days. _, _;''<:\It',.>.,.:\. time.. I not now represented send US In a I' "Indeed?" the summer girl rcpll.1

i -*r."" t'Ii Mrs. C M. Dennard of Dowllng communication far next week, containing -J coldly, "you, have qalte a memory for
left yesterday for the Kate-CmtfOt' :
: Dgss Mayor was herejesterday' the news Items 'of'your community faces."
Park, was In the city *
> yesterday and
on a prospecting ezpediRi ;en1 fonts, .. to*.--Leeon, a visit honored the Democrat'with! a call;advancing and the 'good things you'wish I "No. he replied, glancing at her
tC her sick .
r.j. ,sister; ',. : her subscription n to the weekly to say about it. The Democrat Is fair band, "but I have f-r the 'rings

'7 ever ready to assist In the up-building I buy"-Philadelphia Press.

hiets sad'Drotner, ;two i.% Bllonnt, of the ratk';Is' off on a..lear. ,;. '0' 'f our city county and State and

i drjamera, are tntenriew* a weeds racatlon to-Tltton I Ga., hisformeiome. The good people around Crawford ( anything that Is good:('news for its :I It Isn't always tte-cheerful man

3rrsPsre..fitma. today,;,_. i
= p -- Lake ;desire tarremind the' public|development..progress ,and, prosperity I who: does the! most cheering. .
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generally that !
Ma Collier of Iv'orth Caro Tins, :WylejrBird f left pester, arrangements are being T .
ors oa sWtto lsi$ brotiiei lL.L : morning -made to insure a good time at, .,. .I. . . . . . . . . . . .
'and
n- for GeorgS :
\wIIl drive back 1 5 0 i
7kci eR ; their picnic Angasi"titti '
: .
: head ,
,. of,good. cattle.. '**'iW n :: 4: %f '3- r OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT :

.Wit. i ) : Miss Nellie Jones came over 'from I -
;.t eho has eea' visionI:', )drs. :...S., harvard went to'Jack: i. is not restricted in the scope of' its patronage. It is :
3 yesterday to ;
| Mayo and Lire O_ ,: I'I' n le'chin,morning, to :spend a few Jacksonville morning see ,broad enough to accommodate all. and :
I_to,Wg'home in Jacksonrlllel .. days. her parents and returned in the even .
:: ing. Miss Jones will visit Asheville : HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: :

= sm. Lanier, of Rossburg, '::l Grover fc. C., this week to spend the sum :
-Spewing went to -Jacksonville : LThe young folks with their small savings.

> wstqf Mrs.'StokeI7.).ester.i this morning, where he will remain mer.. ; : 2. The bread inner, striving to accumulate .a fund Ito

.i ," .J' some.time. ; 1.. ; procure a home, or a competency for old age.. {
Rev'A. L. Woodward:: of Perry?.!i a
: : 3.-The Hell-tc.-do, for the convenience afforded and J
4 iester4ayj.mQved inv In the city today. He came to meet *
,Mrs., B., A. Sumner went to Ella- I the income provided. .
; .. Helvenstoa's his. son, who 'Wilt'arrive at '4:43 from
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< ,Doris: ea' vllle this:morning. to visit her/daugh-: : 4.Those with idle funds awaiting, other investment.
-_ :;'amne. ; Tallahassee. :Mr. Woodward was

.J ,.; ter. who is reported.quite ill. formerly a citizen of Live Oak and : THE FIRST .NATIONAL' BiKK; live Oak Florida j;

leinlltairite'ind eoa,.of Mrs. Arnold, who has been here on has many old-time friends here.R. I : :. : :.

,. werOiere yesterday ea a'visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed>Byn'um - '

-M, ftwHag Park, where. they M. Morrison came- up from Ft.
s:aral days.Bkkrson ,returned to her home in Gainesville Myers yesterday crd. left this morn- DiamondsSolitaire

;:j'n today. l leg[ to visit his old home at Lurarille. n .BOOK & NEWS[ GO.

went Bran. ; "Bob" was formerly a deputy
to
Mrs
Bembry of
McAlpin, who has
"loficUl ksiness this sheriff and policeman here but he'snow Diamond Engagement -
morning. been here on a' visit to the family of .
,MJ..CJ Barrow, engaged In bridge building.Mr. '
of
Suwannee her brother C. H.- Brown, returned SCHOOL ,1 Rings, Pins,

E ,-s 7g1Ilg today.. home,this morning' 5UP TIES
l, J B. Hawkins, living near Pine Bracelets, Lockets, and

.. "" Mullin Count, called on the Democrat to- I
GolQn of.Fernandlna, .Mrs. S.. J... who_has bee.i Necklaces Cut Glass and
ele\ s lay, and asked us to state that he,!s ,
?:Hampton. Springs: here on a visit to.hen daughter, Mrs.R. .
-.,; :are jrWtta* her par- A. Gray. returned to her home in operating a stump-pulling machine 'Sterling Silver Wedding
..&ad bat he success in every
lIrt.W. Suras3ti.4.OZBmerson : regards a
t St. Petersburg today. of quality
finest
-, '" .. .;. -1 ; particular, and that as there are xgo Presents,

;'t d others Interested, he ex- -
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Rev. C. A. Ridley went 'to Lake many lowest prices.Expert ,
came ing ends an invitation to all.to visit him
with him Miss City this morning to attend a meetIng -
Emilia when he Is at work and wltnness for
5 Xaa ealled home-on of the t+ard o f 1-t\\\. -v"p.nm. .
a. bfa College themselves the machine in operation. --- -
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will be at his house. SCHOOL CHILD .
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Rr.H. Holmes, of:the Live Oak e *

flfek B f.!Llng Works, made business work when they
f-A good, thorough= a >> trip '" r I can do their best
R! 40 jasper and White Springs yester- all the necessary materials to Watch
%Kati frill u1fIk I I hare
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: : To Suwannee Springs furnish Blank
datulningthislorning. j We can
W gv tbree'ganons'of -. .. '1- i: | work: with.
ate' c ,- h :'" t1 1! j books Rulers, Pads Pencils, Pen Repairing.
tQ atk r: LOST : needful to
-Between Live Oakland m SCHEDULE L : handles and everything '

r!hie:.Grove: .- aas<-'sl oe.;, Finder' re : : the student.

I'turn-to-Democrat, .office.'and get reward. I'f OUR PRICES \11 Standard Makes for Sale by
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J* Stokely ;Burned : : .: -" d-w-tf BEGSNING JULY 17th. I'are very low yet we can offer you an

YUterday- Bringing ''LMveSawannee Spring 630a.m.Arrivvin varied stock to, choose RADFORDThe
Live Oak 70 aun. exceptional
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[ i ,.colored; 1120 Arrive at the
wrlio LnvoLrre Oak ajn.
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te I Harrell and'wife went to'Jack- Spring 12:00.m. 1 from.
PUcatedln I.eaw Spriim 140 p-m.Arrive l fig Oak at 1 Jeweler
wmville yesterday.. Mrs. Harrell will J
y/Ustwe k. Her ; 1:30 pin Lire Oak 6.-00 pan. Arrive Sprat coOKU';: ftA. '
continue her, Journey from there tothe Leave C Ct irvc OAK. .
*_ appearance 6:30 p.m.Faro -
at ;mountains North Each ''lay.'T. .
Carolina. SOo!! -
,; releed from i where .she will|;ip nd'.thev'remainder I ALi ctfAST AIN,Driver-pbone tt\J FOR THE DEMOCRAT U\LY TEX CEETS A WEEK.

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AH The World Quick relief for Asthma Sufferers
1
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment Foley's Honey and Tar affords immediate -
has na superior for Rheumatism relief to asthma sufferers In

Stiff Joints Cats Sprains Lumbago the worst stages and .if taken in time

f and all,pains. Buy It. try it and you will effect a cure. City Pharmacy.dw
will: always use It. Any body who .

t ,has Used Ballard's Snow Liniment Is p: Red RocK Ginger Ale

a living proof of what it does. All In the exhaustless catalogue of

we ask of you Is to get a trial bottle. H'eaven's'me es to mankind the

Prir %5e. 50c and $1.00. Suwan- power we,have of finding some germsof Is the Real Article ,

,nee Drug, Co d-w comfort in the hardest trials must
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c IMMORTALITY. ever occupy the foremost place; not An inferior, weak flat Imitation gingerale
only because it supports\ and upholdsus will cause
indigestion and
We have once before referred to constipationdefeating -
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when we most require to be sustained the
what were nearly the last words spoken very-purpose for which
but because in this source of -'r& RED
ROCK
to t GINGER ALE has become
: a semi-public audience by Benjamin
consolation there is '
something we (it
7 Pierce, one of the first mathematicians famous.
have reason to believe of the divine ( f l i'
1"- _-f>f his ,tlme Speaking of spirit something of the godnesswhich I 1b' + The value of Purity and Quality cannot

i. : imm'rtality In his old age he said detects amidst our own evil doings I ,- "',, { xi&ArS7J5 ki: that as, he stood near the, limit o f all PUt6llieEXLE' which stands out among
a. redeeming quality; Born'thing brands-foreign
'" and domestic-as the
i"" his liter.he, had no ,doubt whateverof of perfection in acme
which,.even in our fallen naturewe J health combining purity- quality andS
continuance. He said: "I have giving results. _
possess in common with ,
it:,: studied the stars at long rang, and _
the angels which had its being in the Sold s ers..ber.,Iar z. and snail bottles .
If- there are .questions which I cannot
... : old time when they trod the earth or fe KIaw from bottle.
answer problems which .I cannot
and,lingers on It yet.-Dickens.
J solver but I have no doubt'that sonra I jj ? THE RED ROCK CO.

day I shall! ,study the stars at: short A Wonderful Happening If ''g
be able to what Jacksonville Florida.
range and see now
Port Byron N. Y.,, has witnessed
.
;.- I cannot discover." In such a statement
of the
one ,most' remarkable cases ot
; there is no proof but such an healing ever recorded. Amos F.

k:_ assurance of faith comes out ot sane, King pf-that place says: "Bncklen's

well-ordered mind conversant with Arnica Salve cured a sore on my 1
: the thought that the divine intelligence leg with which I had suffered overt

;. Is Infinite and eternal that i 8$ }'ears. I am now eighty-five.: .

\ pervades all space and time and that Guaranteed to cure all sores by Bar- One of the days we remember I
r. everything is ordered according to clay, & Groover. Druggists 25c. pleasure as well as with with

f' the laws of that Intelligence.-SeL' d-w our health is the one on which we*

1 / became acquainted with Dr. King's

The Charming Woman Never be discouraged because good Xew Life Pills, the painless, purifiers

5- J is not necessarily.one of perfect form things go on S3 slowly here. Enter .that cure headache and biliousness,k

and features. Many a plain woman into the sublime patience of the Lord 'and keep the bowels right. 25c at i

k: who could never 5erv'e as an artist'smodel Macdonald. Barclay & Groover's Drug Store. jd | IS THE IDEAL SUMMER DKINg

r possesses those rare qualities -w.

t that all tile world admires: neatness Wag in Poor Health for Yean \ When the genuine is bottled you get an
clear eyes clean smooth skin and A man's Idea of a close friend Is ideal drink of Coca-Cola superior to
i F'_ the sprightliness ,of step and action Ira W. Kelley of Mansfield Pa one who will loosen:: up occasionally. I that served at any fountain.Just exm ,
writesc :"I was In health for
poor
I.I that accompany good health. A phrI actly the proper amount of the Coca- ,
1 : ',sically weak'woman is never attractIve two years suffering from kidney and A pawnshop :where we could ho-k Cola syrup is used; just the propel'charn
bladder trouble and spent consider- is used to carbonate the water TW
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our
troubles
! ., not_even to herself. Electric able would fill a long-frit sparkle flavor and punty is all there,becaost
s consulting
money physicians
I I: Bitters restore weak women give want. ,only the purest distilled water is used with the
! strong nerves bright eyes, smooth. without obtaining any'marked benefit "o{! genuine Coca-Cola in sterilized bottle Keep

! ." velvety skin beautiful complexion. but was cured by Foley's, Kidney. :it both refrigerator and drink
During the the
, summer kidney irregu* article wherever you go ,
1 .Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover Cure and I desire to add my testimony larities are often caused by -"
i Druggists. 50 cents d-w that it may be the cause pf restoring drinking excessive Coca-Cola BottU gJACKSONVILLE.
or being: ...qverbeated. Attend JtcfuoavHIt
"t. of ** '
the health
others. to the FLA.
kidneys at once by
We would never suspect howsome good Refuse substitutes. City Pharmacy FOley's Kidney Cure. City Poar-using

people are If they didn't tell u* d-w macy
4-- )Live Oak Bottling Works D ributors. saw S'
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-- H With Llmfadoes1 \ A Mother's &Bty; "'_ I
.very punctmW'in" hoar things every mother- I
some.men are must:
pjttsilb II l., ,_:,-tli etr abtA*: .'v ae" that: faot understand' First. Sod mustf: t)e 'a 1

high rank and commendable at all "Christian.The,memory of my"moth.;;
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times. They are not content, to seethe er's TJhristian life was more to ms Eff1T ; : ':
--;-- $ ;
: year close unless theiraccounts than if she had left:me a million -..., --

rA.i'eat- ... ..... j are balaa'ced and thejr can begin' the dollars. Second, every mother mud 1ST.CLA8II BOtrJIrD ..._ ____ ___-' _
free- from all Indebtedness be absolutely consistent. Third 1 CLA.SIIMail a1HrA_ ,
neW:-leat every 4: sF .1iss -
th Accident'I" At the same time many of these very mother must be prayerful. No Pua.. Ip Q Pasaynd.

,. :of.j men .H down at table without asking matter what confusion there may be No.1. ,"I, 1o.l.
lSved& )sib' Zia ,
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piIfI D LPHIA. jradous loving-kindness.. They have Fourth every mother must study Leave A.Y. t-P. M._ ..x--P. II. -
BO family altar .where the children her Bible. There is not any love 8 100 148 .A.". Ann.Antwe A...

are brought together. and on bended in the world like a mother's love 222 1 18 1 a 1 4 4'lf I I"umi Ie I 16.

knee, express theIr'gratitude for dally i to engender love. You love, your ( tsF 2"15 s ai -' Jltfter Phct_, s S a 4 I .... 10"I tG>>

Health J s raACCI mercies.. They live from. year to I!boy. He may-break your heart, but L.Ar II 8 4o.L.45 M.4 140M 45'LY' $4a.00,, "_ DowIiq 1ADcast.: Park r 1 j= 'i i..
and of God's he will I 411G1- w q Park J S r.. -
year at the expense great never get away from your I s1 & CJaaDCv Ar'I.r.. tai
r Ptem-" 1 ""':"---MQ..1 '- 'I-Ar: 1MI
Me MAY yet forget all about their ob- love.-Selected. :ul till-
bounty '
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iigations.If It Is'a virtue to be honest ....1 .i' "aj 306!. I ooI..=1.1 ..g
pIa& with men, is it not a greater virtue A cleansing clean, cooling sooth- 91 I 5 I 44 us s' 4 ::J.iI 8 -
1251 _.. I ;
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to be honest with God When Ing healing honeet old remedy la i8j I I II
F '" 111I
God is calling for laborers,they withhold DeWitt's Carbolhed Witch Hazel Arts P5jAr.6 20Ar 645 s Petry_ 114.1s {a III! f U _.

poIieie i ued and claims their sons and daughters. When Salve. Said by Use Oak Drug Store. | P. M. I P. DL -- Bam-Loo gpr' "j.:... L.P':"; .!..a5Lys.1 ....

tWs 'o e.L H'e pleads for money to enlarge the d-w t
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work.- their 'ears are deaf to the divine MAYO" A.1D ALTOS. QK3.CH.
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entreaty. They have little -,- .... 'I.-

thought for the house of God or forts JJ WEST BOUND. -7'- -::- -l.
Ffl'tltrl.o. 'EAST BOUND .
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ordinances. They tithe, neither Fr t I Frt.4 panes PuMa '
Wanted. I Pua Pua. J... ( s.. I ;-t II'rt.t J 1hL.u Pan.,,t'a.a J'"
Agents 1 the mint,,anise,nor cummin,and leave NaT. pa... PkW.P.M.. e.r s.. ciII

Florida.. undone all the weightier matters of -, Sunday Na 8, Na 20. No 10. NaM 1
Nortel
'fer the law. Life and' health and prosperity THEY SATISFY ezSaa esSun. Only O'er Daily Da> T Onir a. as ]

the lore of home and .the A.M. If. P.M. -
Leave .
Lear Law Leave A.M.Arrhr XM.Antr. P.KArHr A
IIaPosTOk E 8uiI4i g. pleasant blessings of life, create an .t 06 22 440 40 6 JO Jl r>Junction Arrirs '
4 66 >63 (43 rn7SS o tu t
obligation which they never try to 606* 19 03 663 toaa Wc iatu
W 3i la is 605 TIT > *J2zc
meet: To be honest with men and ergo 06 Ar a 40lArltSA. 616 ... -Alton TlSu sxo I W
Oak . Florida. ___-"_: '-:------ T 00L; L.s Tie*
dishonest with God makes a doubtful

combination.-United Presbyterian.The from LivRve ksand for J
Perry. further
lines information aParirs to eonnections with other
call on any ticket agent Trains makes
PROFESaOJTAL, CARDS. Smile Seaboard and Atlantic Coast.Line trains. connection ai Live Oak with all :>

SSSSESSSSlSM. that wont come off* appears on baby's J. LEE ENSIGN, President R. p. HOPKIXS, Tram Manager

DIXON face after one bottle of White's S.T. GRIilSHAW.- Superintendent
Star Brand Shoes Are Better/' .,
Cream 'Vermifuge. \he great worm i! "'i.,

DENTIST. medicine. Why not keep that smile May be YQU have been put to a.
on baby's face. If you keep this
great-deal of expense and inconvenience -![
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: utewii: : AND : BRIDGE medicine on hand, you will never see
by buYing shoes that
"'eH. SncIALT- any thing else but smiles on his face.
: Mrs. S- >. Blackwell, \Dkla., writes: did not fit, did not hold their I J

E. BROOKE, '"My baby was peevish and fretfuL shape, did not wear well and

Would.not eat and I ,feared he would 1 likely the soles on some of these

;1Y&COUNSELORATLaW.tm dIe.. .1 used' a bottle of--Wbite'sCream shoes ripped and pulled off. j ERBINE
Vermifuge and he has not
Oil t '1LOIEIDA.. ,bad a sick day since. Suwannee We have a line that will fit from s

II dtteM;;;;;'tb.3t... sp.- I Drug Co. d-w the start, "no breaking in" nec-t sirs st.aForSicli,
(._ t* Careeyaaeaa Co&KOon:
lie. Al tiitini ngonrtfr aUaad- essary. They will hold their 1

Jlftau!t vine.*T AT L4BOB. The' time you give to grieving fs shape for they arelionestly made; Livers :

better spent in prayer. by expert shoe makers in specialty -'

J. W. WEST. factories. IJ j
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The best remedy for backache, A PURELY VEGETABLE
Bound to wear.well for the best
and
Pbyskka Surgeon
weak kidneys Inflammation of the L r--COMPOUND: .
bladder leather and material is- used in oJ
.Cu 111h IIIiR,.-Ohio Avenue.lmtmm.y is DeWltt'adnei and Bladder -

.....,r K Me!HoteL Pills. Their action Is promptand every pair. '" CONSTIPATION, DTSPEP.
lR sure. A week's tratment for QUICKLY CURES'[ SIA.M J.AJtIA.CHILLS and
Ia No chance for the soles to ripoff'for ALL LATER COMPLAINTS.A .
%5c.. Sold
.Um by"T4ve Oak Store.
US.9nt Drug
KM rftHdarl*Cnww)N..U.80WN ., ...t. **-. '. ... d-w they are put on with a TORPID GUARANTEED LIVER and CURE IMPURE for BLOOD.all diseases On produced bottle psi>>

clinch fastening. ', L ebacftd today mar says you ft sick spell tomorrow.
L r.B.Tao.aor
TLat which, Is called considering This is a shoe to answer for I
& THOMASON. service and dress too. I CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER Mitt
1 1I wear
.. our,duty, In,a particular case, Is very I ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED
They made of box calf
-" often ,nothing but endeavoring to ex- are Mr*. W.A. Whitewen. Emory. Tex.
111AN$& SURGEONS the leather that polishes nicely writes: "My child had chills sad tent
plain it awa-Blahop Butler. tot four yean. We tried all kind of
and wears so long.
of
f medicines and finally acquaintance
!. ,I TLOltlDA; mine recommended Herbiae. We used
Kodol will nourish and strengthenyour You had just as well buy Our. three bottle, end the chad is now completely -
Family" shoes, get satisfaction' curecL You have'my permiuioJl .
digestive organs and furnishthe to paNis this testimonial as I cheerfull' -
-, R. .TAYLOR, i!| natural digestive Juices for your and pleasure from every pair, j; rcommelld Hubiu to all mothers
and pay no more than for the bsi ng children afflicted.mine."
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1.1 J..taCN RY.0 stomach. .It will make. you well. ordinary kind. {I U l;E L3TTLE. SOc en m CVETJI11E'

I .-.-'-.--." --..__ Kodol digests what you" -sat.---...Sold' by Men's__.__ _._---$2.00 to $3.00''I BL Ra SHOW LIOEMT! G0. #I

,< Phe&e. (friDgs.I48n e-omc. Lire Oak Drug Store. d-w*1: Boys -.,_---_ $1.75 to,42.231' 5':".'LOUS, U. S. A.
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" ] Women's .'-..-.--- $1,75

?-2 54in It is.rare when Injustice, Blights I Misses _._._u__.,,.......____. $L50 SOLD ,AND RECOMMENDED BY "

h ALL' ;P patiently borne, do not leave the Chil.hen's-1.10 to $1.3o Suwannee Drug -Comp ny.r .
i l APER heart at the close of .the day filled
"We walk on Stars,
I with: marvelous Joy and peace.-'Gold "
needof, nice wall Po011 _- Dust. -So can You.


:' He iL PETTY, at When there Is the slightest Indication DOWLING LUMBER CO. Round Trip Rates To

--1 i Mffk"s MARKt7. of Indigestion teart burn DOWLIXG PARK, FLA.Wholesale .

flatulence or any form of stomach. .
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trouble take a .little Kodol occasionally -
T..J.LYLE
and you will get prompt relief.

Plaetiea1 Sold by Live- Oak Drug_StorsU\ d-w:: ,. CLINTON & .MUKS JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA ..

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AM JEWELER "Somlresign themselves, but withsome -'. .

,Z Y'.aperience excePt on;" tor they put not 'RAILWAY
leaf their whoI iii'God ATLANTIC COASTLINE
st
WMd ea always on hand. \.tr and there- 'and Re-

\they study how. to provide for
thems.el\es.. i '4mpist.y '\. \'. V'T T LIVE OAK Florida
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B. of Cedter; Season tickets. On

IBI-Pepsin No Too writes: "About four years k. $32.75 irvfnf ticket. Good in sleeper. .

age I wrote you stating that I had da-and Western'MEATS within Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with. stop

been entirely cured of a severe kidney $27.30 limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. ;

trouble by taking less than two over within day ticket. On sale daily with stop
Fifteen
Pepsi'tlbeSpot. bottles of Foley'g Kidney Cure. It $22.55
Good in sleeper.
,meet, 'and pain -and symptoms: of over within limit of ticket. and Friday

kidney disease disappeared t am Phone 24. $14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday

entirely stopped the "brick dust sedl- in coaches. No stop over priviliges.

glad to. say that I have never had ,a only good on morning and night

return' of:.nr'of,those symptoms during Prompt deliveries Two daily trains, standard Pullman Norfolk sleeper$5.00. Consult PURPLE

the.nr. years that, have elapsed from Jacksonville to
fare
call
-- 8Yz train, and Pullman write to or
and I am evidently cured ta stay jmfonnation
the
in =RFor further Atlantic Cost
anywhere FOLD Agent
cured, and heartily recommend Fol- District passenger -
: rmacy C. Boylston,
Frank "
ey8 Kidney Cure to any one suffering l on

"". from kidney or bladder trouble. City. Line, Jacksonville, Ha.

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,_ ,i; { -' Many the following ;are far below actual ccst-a11.first class and up to date ,j;.

:..Ixik: :,}lf :; '36 Inch' Jap-Wash Silk, White only 45c. : 27 Inch j r Wash Silk,. all Colors 40c. ::t.; ', -

.;'c -t.:" 19 ,Inch Jap-Wash Silk, White only 20c.. One thousand yard VjI.an Round tJ:

t y" .: C2i Thread, 6 1-2c. Values going at 4c.32 Inch Madrass. 25c value going at 15c. ,: i-.

:*L'!; .... ,... < 30 Inch Madrass Stripe: figures 20c values going at 10e.o .
fy *' i.OO CKOICt OR 95c.. "
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t :'One Thousand yards of Embroidery 5c. to 15c. 25 Doz. Towels 45 x 24 extra wci h: p cached with red border Only 25cTfi

g L.m':. Quarters-Gold,Medal Sheeting 81! Inch wide only 25c." '. 25 DoZe Towels_ same as.above 36 x 19 only J5c. it.

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j VALDOSTA WHISKEY> HOBO GETS RELIGIONAnd tr; ken InTtbe Pulnttrfijiadisonville -' >, H'tHi', >*'i'i'I' >4I 1 III HUH**
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Gets In Its Final Wort and CauseBlood1' .. Promptly Starts Out to Pay a .I
While
Y preaching uncertainty.
Tragedy. Board run He Beat In Florida
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Valdosta Ga./Ju11'/ SO.-News was "* It Is not often that a fellow goes Smith, a Presbyterian ministaged I 5 o Contractors and Prospective Builders

on a hunt for creditors In order that '
received. here yesterday of a fatal <65 years, was stricken with paralysis
,shooting affray .between Naylor and he can pay up and come square but}jt d..cnedfght. TNT lrVf OAK BRICK: & surrlY t J
this Is'Just what O : ,
one Harry Devol j As he said: "It may be the last ..i
.Mllltown the.day bef sre.TVUl.O fBrien.now residing in Oakland. CaL, but (time I will ever speak to you," he I : will furnish you your Lime, Cement .

fired: four:bullets Into hs brotherinlaw -,I at :ne time a resident of Miami. began to totter. Friends rushed lo J j Plaster Laths and all kinds of Bride .>

..MackKJtchens., Two bullets entered I_wants to do. In order that he may be )the and caught -
pulpit
Mm< t ; OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. --
Kitchens* back and one through sucessful In paying an honest debt. Ask'

a .hip! ,shoulder, coming'out sad-cutting the_Metropolis, gladly gives space to'the" The Kind She Buys."I I

'a*great gash, In hs neck. The wounds j .following communication from I noticed In this ,mornings paper," | The Live Oak Brick & Supply i
Devol, which Is entirely self explanatory remarked the new boarder, "8jl advertisement _
.are pronounced:"mortal though,Kitchens ; : i
< abon; a good cotton
was still alive yesterday moru 'Oakland. CaL. July 24. 1907. ,duck. What Is that anyway?"

ink, : .- _.. '"Editor-Will you kindly publish "Search me/'.repUed the chronic In Idaho. I Ia dIe Chaedt

',:.immediately after the shooting. the"fallowing? It will he!.. me. tosnake kicker;. "if It was, an, India rubber "Mining properties are very uncertain -

'O'Brien" got.'In his, buggy and drove restitution o{ a sum of money 'chicken Mrs. Starvem might tell us : ," said the cautious Investor. "Of coarse,: Wi Tw: _
oil, .* .* '- ,* owed to-one-of youJ:: citizens, w_ hosenameI" n rWed4mr to Me ,
something about It. "Yes. the -
,and has' hot,been seen since., -The .Circle.A o answered man from bride -
looks
"do"not lovely, it.
'-? .The: 'Sight-oCcurred',the home,o f know. r Idaho. "If you stay at home 'you do." -'1

Join O'Brien, father of the man who '"While hoboing through FloridaIn Good Beginnlag... don't know -what_ you are getting.
f 1903, I work-a week for a contractor "My eau said little "is "Yes." replied Jets
Elsie if
did.. the shooting, and was the.resuitr and you go out to Inspect the property '
makjng,a dining room groom doesnX He s..
annexto
a feud that had exlstedjslnce the going to be aaysdmitaL""Indeedl"replied you are,liable to get blown up
prohibition election. It Is said that the Royal Palm Hotel boarded the visitor. ?A In a little, dynamite argument between down." -

Kitchenajwas "a prohibitionist asthatO'Brien d at a, house, cp town. At the end of cadet at the Naval, academy now,.' I the rival interests."-Washington .. -, Run down Ohl i s6_ :

; was an' antl. 'Argu- the week I collected my wages and suppose?" r star: ter a long chis,"=feB
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r- meats: between them grew'warm and, skipped, ont.J: leaving,, the board. bill "Oh. he i-:>n' got that'far yet but

'on'election"day, one of them'-remark j unpaid" he's had an-anchor tattooed! on his Ended It AIL _. Equity Deli
I wlsh..to ascertain the
ed that It was ft shame for brothers-j name of arm *-Catholic Standard and Times. She was pretty and the drug clerk "1 suppersa'd, ,t
the party with him I boarded. The
In-law;.to kill ach.:other's vote. was glad to sell her a stamp. young man, "Ui rf 11
following may help them to recollect That dit
Saturday being: the.last -f.day. for, and recognize Hungry Feeling."I Also to weigh her letter. pleases a woman t .
boarded
llquor t'be sold -h re. O'Brien came me. I there put my feelings Into this pic- Also to lick the stamp and affix It Toted attention of tits est 1

to'the.city and got,a supply for him- just one 'week. It was Thanksgiving ture" said the poor but proud,artist. to the envelope choice ;

self and other members the family, week -(I think It W8.8)stood 1903 and Itseems "That probably accounts for it." "Pnt It-en;,upside down please. 'No."replied tk.,.if
that the house on Michigan said the critic '
"Including 1. Kitchens.. Yesterday: they she simpered. "That means some- perhaps, the dented
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or was called Michigan "Accounts for what?" queried thestint ohw Ph :
were drinking and the quarrel was thing to Charlie. man of some
-- House. The people were fromMichigan. '
renewed.. O'Brien drew his .pistol Then the drug clerk lost interest. Exchange.Why --
and his brother, Joe O.'Brlen,:knocked I went under the' names ."The fact that the sky In the back- Plttsburg Post .
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It,out;of.,his hand and .Into the of ,St. Johns and Cumbra. though I ground looks like a scrambled egg." Music has shamIs
forgot which one I used there,
rejoined
,-Yard the critic.-Detoit Tribune. Try Dally Democrat-lOc a week. where the horses arts
"A_ nyone recalling this please write
ij.Kltc 1ena started for the gun
me, and as evidence please state the
,- around by way of the steps while . . I .
< location of the house on the block. 11' 1.1..I. ?
': .O'prlen: ;;Jumped. "over'. the banistersand
also give m.eI. havebeen christian
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.. the 'weapon reached,'iY and firsts began He shooting, picked, ,up.at five months now, and I must be content with, your present Station .in life why Q
get'these '
things
old straightened out
1', ..Kitchens. '
; I quickly. Sincerely not prepare yourself for a.good paying position
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: "HARRY O. DEVOL.
; City Council .
Proceedings.
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: "No.. 772. 17th St.. Oakland, CaL"
.. Live Oak. Fla.. July 29,* 1907. By attending the "Popular Summer'SchooJ: ,,
The city council of the ; '. ,'1.. : ; .
city of Live .4. Stitch and a life. THE < '
Oai met pursuant' to call of the! ,
-mayor' 'One stitch dropped as the wea "
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Present; J. B. Johnson mayor; C. '

-. H., Brown 'president of council; .Aldermen His nimble shuttle to and fro i ., ; ., .
In and out. beneath above >
W. J. Hillman, S. jwb.tterJ. J.
y. E, wood | Till the pattern seemed to bud and .
J. M. Barclay, D p. Bardln | -
and T. S. Anderson. grow i : '

: = As if the fairies had helping been;
After_ reding the-call, the council l' .
;- p eded'o business. ; And the one stitch dropping pulled

? By rote of council, ,the city attorney the'next stitch out.
And the weak place grew In the fab- i
was Instructed to prepare an
ric stout.
ordinance creating,an office for super* ii
S'intendent And the perfect pattern
of the City Water Works was marred i

.....'.and. for' the appointment 'of said officer ,, for *;? > _
;:t and -his duties.y'. By the one small stitch that was .

>_ The city attorney. 'was also Instructed dropped that day.

to"prepare necessary papers trans- One small life in, God's great plan. Is the Standard Commercial College in North Florida and is ..
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'- fering to the city of Live ,Oak'certaln How futile It seems as the ages roll the best summer school in this section. :

streets: and, alleys! in the Parshley Do what It may. or strive how It can, ;

property in accordance with proposl- To altar' the sweep of the infinite Scholarships: S4LO.OO $5O.OO, $'r 5.00, and $90.00.

: : *ton made by Miss-Emma Parshleyt whole. .Write for Catalogue and special summer announcementSOUTURNBUS1NISSCL .
the.dty council. A single stitch In an endless web;

zL .' There being o, further business A drop In the ocean's flow and ebb; [

-. .-'on"motion.,1 council adjourned. Bur the pattern Is rent where the .
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,t ,' C. H. BROWN, .stitch is lost 4
: ': 1 A' testy;: }of Council. Or !united where the tangled threads '' .- it"' Ohio Ave. and K' :
t- r il ILIVE Conner I
j.l, := :- ,S$ Pi"MAYS, City' Clerk. have crossed; ; OAK00 LO3WA'
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And each life that fails of the tru e e L. M., iLlTTON, i, G. S. STEP'-

_ -- There's. one good thlng'about be- intent. President and ProprietorI' *t
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iJ J. _lg*o t:: JOB.don't have,much bnLwlth &!- Mare'the perfect plan that Its Master I

lawyers. meant -Susan Coolidge

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