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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Uniform Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: June 17, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075905
Volume ID: VID00222
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273861
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GREAT STOCK REDUCTION SALE

Will Commence at Our Popular Price Store


--June 21st for 10 Days only.


This is our first sale for the past four
years and to make it a success we decided to


put our entire stock consisting of nothing but first class merchandise at reduced price
from 25 to 35 per cent.

Profit is no object. We are compelled to give this wonderful sale on account of our big overloaded stock. Our
fall goods will begin to arrive next month and we have no room for them, therefore remember, that every article in
the store must go. Time is very limited as this sale will be strictly for 10 days only. Don't miss the opportunity to
visit ourstoore every day during these 10 days as it will surely pay you, and furthermore, you do not always strike a
sale of this order.

The Following Prices Will Lead You to Our Quarters.

50 Dozen mens dress shirts, consisting of following brands Cluets, Monarchs, and
Majestics sizes 14, 15 1-2, 16 and 16 1-2, worth from $1.00 to $2.00 Sale Price 89cts.


Elastic Seam Scriven Draws at 39C. Mosquito bars worth $1.50 at 98c. while they last. 25 Dozen men's
all sizes worth from $1.75 to $2.50 going at 1.39 while they last.
All our Blue Serge Pants from $3.00 to $5.00 going at $2.89. 100 Blue Serge Suits, single and double breasted
sale price $9.48.


Telescope hats


$12.50 to $15.00


44 inch silk Brilliantine sold usually at 75cts. during this sale at 44cts a yard.
White wash neckties at l4cts. White duck hats 2lcts. Solid color Organdies 9cts yard worth 15cts.


Greatest Stock deduc-
tion Sale
That Ever Occured In
LIVE, OAK
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THE GLOBE STORE
Surasky Bro Propr's.
LEWINS OLD CORNER LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.


Don't Miss Coming No


Matter How far
You Live from
LIVE OAK


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REMOVAL


SALE


At The Cash Suprise Store



We are Forced to vacate the build-

ing.


Entire stock must be sold at once.


Our loss your


Hanging at Milton.
Pensacola. June 14. Nathan
Woodall. a negro, 21 years of age,
was hanged in Milton, near here to-
* day, for having murdered Walter
Nowling. a young white man, last
January. the crime being committed
in Santa Rosa county. The hanging
occurred at 11.40 o'clock, and the
negro's neck was broken. He died
almost instantly. The greatest crowd
ever together at Milton, witnessed the
hanging. Woodall spoke for an hour,
advising the people of his race to
lead better lives. He admitted his
guilt but claimed that the act was
justifiable in the eyes of God and
that he would go to heaven. He show-
ed no weakness or fright during his
talk of an hour and when he con-
eluded. assisted the sheriff in adjust-
'ing the noose and the black cap.
Still Evident.
He-That handsome girl over there


made a fool of me two years ago.
She-I felt sure that something
happened in your past life that you
had never got over.-Tit-Bits.
Hanging at Bndetowa.
Tampa, June 14.-Ed. Suber color-
ed, aged 28, who killed his father,
A. Corey, eleven months ago, near
Ellenton, in order to rob him of $212,
which Corey had hidden in his house,
was hanged today at noon in the
county jail at Bradentown. This is
the second legal hanging in Manatee
county.
Two hundred negroes assembled
about the jail. but good order was
preserved, and no undue excitement
occurred. Suber was baptized in the
jail half an hour before the hanging
by a colored minister, who in the
absence of the usual facilities, placed
the condemned man's head under a
spigot and turned on the water.


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SEABOARD


Airline Railway.


Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York.

TWO ELEGANT TMRIMNS DRILY


Seaboard Express


Seaboard Mail


Modern : Pullman : Equipment.


The Jamestown Exposition Line


NORFOLK, VA.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily


For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
of Seaboard, or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.. Asst. GenL Pass. Agent, Jacksonville. Fla.


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A r LAxG S. and anl th omher 4ow ,e wc" de-
Ag great group of spos on afea id rivals sonie mis umort o to
the -u kh jut been discovered. and adiay their pains ai isoo the gzwl-'
the atroooers confess that the' i g bowels of their ehasgi. Are yoU
dost' know the easse no- what the listening. Editor Harris, of Ocala?
results may be. This oid p:aaet of
urs is intimately related to that; The Tampa Times m as that "bee
great blazing orb and it is reason- culture is another thing which pays
able to amume tha: radical changes in Florida. but to which not mach at-
there will make erry material dif- tension is given." Not much atten-
ferences here. When you get away tion given to bee cutuare in Florida:
from the jargon of science and the Why. every breeze that sweeps from
o~r-?a PrA-n Tid hl- t"itv&ar and


THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be presnmptuous !=e coc-z e ,=-
m aed to say part of the United sions of the human insec.a of a mo-
States, postage repair, for $5.40 ment who call ttemselvesT savans
per year; $2.54 for six months and aassme to compass the
$1.25 ftor three meaths, or 50 cents plans and prposes of the Al-
lvor et weeks. In adva mighty with their microscope and
lvered to any part of the city, by, .
rr. 10 cet, per week their telescopes and their learned
rrr, for 10 cents per week.
__ -- hypotheses and !ay tare t"e yery in-
The Lake City Index needn't fool inermost secrets of Jehorah's mind-
fMeff about the "humility of spirit" when you get away from these. the
I the Democrat's defence of Live Oak though is al:n-s o erpower-ng that
against the innuendoes of its envious, tomorrow or tonight: may see the end
neighbors. Humility is a virtue corn-' 'f Le whole scthemi and our planet
meoded to us by the highest authority =ay take a ,ader into the sun at
aa illustrated by the noblest example a= unexected moment that wi!! put
In the annals of time, but in the an end to our int^res: in all mundane
ascred cause of Live Oak., when re-; affairs. We have no =ore assurance
selling aMaults upon her size and of the world' coin-:ned lea e of life
Wtremgth and beauty, we feel too safe than of our own. and t.hese ominous
&ad bamptious to play a lowly part. j asps upon the sun may hare a dread-
The Index mistake senatorial courtesy ful meaag for us a::. we don t now
for humility. susipct:. Lap.a.-e. h-he F -ench as:ron-
Soimer, :og dead. sa;I that' G' was
an u5: The State Good Roads" Convention
mMts in Pensacola this week The ro.e of .it La.:ace
'was a .ea.<-,d foo.: wo p-robably
AlS legislature put a chilling frost..
knows etter r'w. and -a_ nd,. with
spe the good roads enthusiasm in e n t a e et h
Wts State, but the cause is such a
ubIe one that it will not stay chiii o fow s and
r i':ss lead.' In "he ho:-ow of hn's
n4d we are glad to know that it La nd God 4 i and we
emegh life left to assemble in State ...


. tze nor-,= -the soutua. Lae ezas aau
. the west in this State brings
to our ears the resounding hum of
bees buzzing furiously in the bonnets
of more candidates for Governor and
. other offices than you can shake a
stick at. No bee culture in Florida'
Go ask those distingiished apiarists,
Burr. GKlchrist, Jeniings. et al and
they'll :eil you that their apiaries are
working over*me and their ears are
* well nigh stunned by the insistent
c-amor of the busy :i.':e inse.cts.
The gr~-at prohibi'-on election
which is t determine :he burning is-
sue of -wet" or dry for the city of
Valdos'-a. Ga.. and *h- county also.
:ak~es place 'iext Monday. and it will.
be- a hot :ime in the old town until
that date. We o.'ice an item to the
effect tha: an unapre :dend'ed ratt'e-
snake. nearly ten feet long. was killed
near Va:dosa 'he other day and we
take tris t- be an omen of the ap-
proaching downfall of the serpentine
t7asc in :ha* ciy. Those who have
Been there" tell us that when the
'worm of 'he sziI'" gets in a fel-
lows boots *-ven a Souh Georgia
rattlesnake would be welcomed as an


canrr.w. &sow .-;s p-ans nor ,e sure amiable 5substit.i.e.
eoavention. It is a curious thing that
even of tomorrow, but we have the
reforms most obviously needed move
safe instinct which binds chi:d to ANOTHER CRIMP ON RAILROADS.
so slowly, but it is only a question of t
Father e.ven a*.-ross -.he wide chasm of
time when the reward will come for F n af
e-_,ondary ,:axe. and we know that -niform .>y t*em of Accounts Provid*
all the labors of the devoted band of know thtm of Act ro
wisdom and justice and mercy are the ed for Them by Commerce
good road reformer in this State.
The leaven working. supreme attributes of His adminis- Commission.
traction. But this new eruption of Washington, June 15.-The inter-:
monster sun-seots surely means some- state Commerce Commission today
It has been the fashion to jeer at thing bearing on planetary life ,and pron-u2ga'ed a uniform system of ac-
San Francisco and hold her up as a it's a mighty good time to take the coun's fr railroads provided for un-
horrible instance of municipal de- advice of Sam Jones and quit your der the railroad rate law passed at
pravity and corruption. But all the meanness. the last session of Congress. The
same she has her grafting mayor in .system wiIl o into effect July 1,
jail as a convicted bribe-taker and on udn Burr avowed candi covering r 'nu-s and operating ex-
the better element is now on top date for Governor doubtless reads ptn. m. and thereafter railroads will
there hot on the trail of the rest of be compelled to file monthly reports.
the gang. With all her vice and glare The mierh d adopted is intended to
an administration candidate, if un- T
and godlessness, San Francisco is insure a cu:re-e. statement of net'
she is denied reports be true, and the
made of heroic stuff and she is do- revenues from operations and is ex-
Breeze is an administration paper. In revenues from operations and is ex-
ing more right now to give the re- the last niue of the latter. Mr. Burr pected to result in keeping the cost:
mander of the country a great ex- will find some very earnest and of improvement out of operating ex-
ample in effective self reform than solemn words addressed to him. in penss and therefore exclude them
any other city in the nation. which he s urged not to run for Gov- from the cost (f performing current
business.
ernor, and some very excellent rea-
The Pullman Car Company says sons are given why he shouldn't. The expense of soliciting traffic i
that It is not a common carrier, and He hasn't completed his contract with separated from the expense of haul-c
for that reason It is not under the the people of Florida as railroad corn- ing taffic. The construction accounts
jurisdiction of the Interstate Corn- missioner and the late legislature are to be so drawn that a current:
merce Comml.ssion. May the latter having given him what he asked to record of t.e physical value of rail-
succeed In convincing the bloated increase the powers of the commis- way pr ',perty is always accessible.
Incubus to the contrary, and, while slon, it Is no time for him, an expert The clas.fif'ation of accounts has
reducing its rates, not forget to trim in the business, selected by the people been worked out with the assistance
the haughty porter and fix the limits to the work, to jump his job and go and co-operation of the railway ac-
of his exactions. The scorn of a Pull- galivanting around the State in counting officers.
man car porter when you hand him another campaign for votes for a Advised With barrierss o
a dime while he expects a quarter, higher place. The Breeze talks like Every carrier has ben notified from
sometimes abides with the unfort- a father to hinm and makes out a very time to tine4 ;f the progress of the
unate victim for life and permanently strong case to back up its urgent work and no question has been de-
Impairs his self-esteem. A bas le advice which is. "Don't do it, Mr. cided without first requesting of ev-
porter. Burr" lBut if you are goirng to do it,; ery carrier its views and suggestions.
Mr. Burr, you should turn loose that This has been done by a series of
Last Friday there were three legal commission teat to which vou are circulars, and thousands of letters
now swinging, and give somebody else have been r, executions in Florida, all negro ur- on't han onto onthe. irculars
a chance. l)on't hang onto one office
derers. one in Jacksonvillt. one in while you are running for another. Assistance has been rendered by
Milton and one in South da. That ma e thrift but it's not fair,comnitt-s representing the Amer-
How much. better to dispose of them hat may e thrifty, but it's not fair, Lio.
How thi fr a mo otrm and the peopl-e will be very likely toi(an Railway .ss'xlation. which is
this way than for a mob, to trample resent that particular kind of thrift the presidents' and managers' associa-
the law under their feet, insult the by def,.ating your gubernatorial amnt- countingofficerof each carrier is made
law-abiding spirit of the whole State. tneroficero eac carrier is made
law-abiding spirit of th whol Stat. bition. A Texas railroad commissioner I'rsonial! r-o-p)-nibhle for the applica-
encourage the d,.velopment of young tried thiat arni.e arne last lear and tin and tIhe freight claim association.
ruffians and rowdies wherever its he got left. he significant. feature is that the ac-
example reaches .and in lynching its tion of the rules of accounting prr-
victim commit the very crime it i ullat, by the h orumiiission. This is
punishing in another. A legal hang- The esteemed Tropical Breeze. of regarded I,:. the commission as the
ing is the most convincing argument Fort Myers. in exulting over the I no.s' important step that the federal
In the world with which to reach the i.row1h of it. town and going into government has ever undertaken in
murderous-miudedelementinthe cour- details to show it. proudly exclaims, the development of administrative
unity and when they are once c'n 'This, beats Live Oak'" Well, may supervision over a quasi-public busi-
vinced that that kind of medicine is ,. it does. brother, and may be it ness like that of the railways.
waiting for them all and that they doesn't. But whether it does or not,
are sure to get it if their cases call we are gratified to ree-gnize the qne TERRIBLE HAIL STORM.
for It, we will have an end of mur- im d pliod lii imlent which the Breze --
der as an epidemic. The faddists in pas our city in selecting it from 'It Wrought Havoc With (rowig,
Florida who advocate the abolition of among so many others as the stand- (Crow Around Millen.
capital punishment are invited to ard of comparison. However, it Millen. Ga. June 14.-A terrible
Inspect the cases of these three miur- doesn't comine as a surprise, for they hail storm. The path of which was
derers who were hung Friday and see all do it and they couldn't hold them- four miles wide and ten miles long,
how completely removed as disturb- selves a better example to stimulate has wrought havoc with rowing
ing elements to society are the three their growth. We welcome the news crips in Jenkins county. The ten-
subjects who held the center of the that Fort Myers is growing so rapidly. horse farm of E. Daniel was complete
stage on that occasion. Could their and if the time shall come when she ly de.stro(ed, and a seven-horse farm
system possibly do better in saving will pass our own city in the race., of the Daniel Son & Palmer Company,
the State. from further expense and her joy shall not be qualified by is practically a total loss.
ocety from further danger? And captious denials and uibblings and The hail stones killed grown
them think of the beauty and utility ungenerous flings and non-sequiter chickens in many places and wet
f th eter example! sophismss and petty disparaements, entirely through watermelons.


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Mineral Springs. Hotel and
wOraT D BCAThsuNSDLWASSED. 0 T0iWALL ega
WATEg IN EVERY MOOM. I.LADO TABLES
V"C00 iECTjiCs WELLEmPPEDSTABLEL S A8 Y PAVuum
RATES REASONABLE ,w-.S-Fu. u ,

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Equipped for repairing and stori
Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and
Oils especially prepared for Gas Engine.
Also sell the well known Columbia bat-
tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs
kept in stock. Exclusive agent for
Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville
Sample of this work can be seen here.
FOR LIVERY
The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
Livery seating capacity for four.

T. AL CHASTAIN


.Gas Engineer

Phone 109.


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That is what we arem, Or
'son is because in "Owur lb'
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,have a shoe for every .R
'of every family.
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,a your family shod eemn
in well fitting and service.
'shoes.
; "Our Family" sh'aM or=&
'by experts in big sped*ily
stories from the best IM dS
Leather that can be bekt fI
the money.


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The men's and Boys are Goodyear Welts vMI
means that the soles are flexible and that there a
no tacks, nor threads inside to hurt. burn and W
ter the feet. Being reinforced under the iLa
with a brats clinch fastening they cannot rip.
We sell the men's for $2.7 5 and $3.00
Boy's $2.25 Youth's $2.00 Litk
Gent's $1.75.
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On account of the Women's Misses and
ren's Shoes having a metal clinch sole retained
soles can't pull apart. "Our Family" ,E: f
Women are $1.75 Misses $1.50
8 1-2 11 1-2 $1.35 -5-8 S1.10.
The star on the heel and the name 'Our F
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are honestly constructed and full of satf

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OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
is not restricted in the scope of its patronage.
broad enough to accommodate all, and
: HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:
1. The young folks with their small savings
2. -The breadv inner, striving to accumula
to procure a home, or a competency for'O
3. -The well-to-do, for the convenience affOM
the income provided.
4. -Those with idle funds awaiting other ia
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak,
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Pubgshed every AMersM

37. SHERWOOD, Edtw mandM'g'r.
Uslwed, at the Postalrn. Uve Oak.
Flerlda. as Second ClawMAUl Mat-
ser. November 7. 1906.

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LOCAS AND hIIA Purniture of all kinds. and piano
M D -M M specialty, nicely polished and made
to look as well or better than when
new. -Address postoflce box 672,
MVSSSS OF INI3KaKIrT BRIEFLY Henry Hogans. 17-3t
cgmoNICLED POR DEMO-
CRAT READER H. B. Blount and wife went to the
Jamestown Exposition this morning.

COIE AND THILY t W_ F. Tummond brought to the
T AN Democrat office this morning a cot-
ton bloom, the first of the season we
have seen.


yews ot Live Oak and Sawagnee
CeoUty Gathered by the Demo-
crat Reporter


laitial combs at the Ladies' Em-
,rqim, 50 cents each. 14-3t

A. A. Kight spent Sunday with his
wife here.

R. E. McNeill went to Jasper Sat-
arday evening.

When you want draying done of
may kind, phone 129. W. N. Boat-
right tf

Fred Bremer went to Waycross
altarday to look after his business in-
terests there.

Mrs. J. A. McLeod came up from
Dester Saturday on a visit to rela-
Stves and friends.

WANTED-A four or five-room
ldence. Apply to Suraski Bros.'


W. J. Harris came up from Bran-
9 od Saturday to spend Sunday with
is family here.

Mrs. M. E. Cox. of Lake City. ar-
r&dt here yesterday, en route to
Dowlig Park.

m in Daisy Ilacclenny left for Lake
Oty on a visit to relatives and
Mfumds this morning.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith went up
it Jasper Saturday evening to spend
atday with Mr. Smith's parents.

C. F. Wilder and wife, who have
beg visiting here, returned to their
hm M In Brunswick, Ga., this morn-


J. 8. Johnson, former bookkeeper
Sthre Hair Sawmill Co. left Satur-
day eealag for his home in Rome,
Sn.. O an extended visit.


A. C. Kirby arrived here this morn-
bg to aeept a position in the South-
im ufprrn Company's office. Mr.
Bry worked with Agent King in


Mr. Sad Mrs. W. Eustis Shelter
lUildren, of Quincy, are in the
0t6Y., guests of R. A. Gray. They
rUate to White Springs from
Springs, where they have
1aW the past week.



FOR RENT
I

nce office to t in the
Building. .Can be had
I wanted. Centrally
zsewerage and water
i n the Building.


room cottage to
s tt right in the heart
A Stand is convenient-
i fm some business


Fe. ha,, some


Propaerte


I the undersigned for

IW ifOrmation.





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Mrs. Judge Richard, who has been
here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
T. S. Anderson, returned to her home
in Lake Butler this morning.

WANTED---A colored woman to
help in a small family, no children.
A fine place for the right party. Ap-
ply at the Democrat job room.

Jbe Long, who has been attending
the Business College here, returned
to his home in Houston this morning,
having completed his course.

STRAYED-On June 5th, one
large spotted black and white fox
hound. Reward will be paid for re-
turn of same to A. Lee Humphreys,
at Live Oak, Fla. d2t-wlt

G. P. Skipper and J. F. Craig, who
went from here to Perry to work in
the barrel factory, came up yester-
day, en route to Atlanta, where they
will seek employment.

Remember the lace and embroid-
ery sale at the Ladies' Emporium
next Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs-
day. See the window display to be
s3ud at 1 Oc yard. These prices do not
go into effect until Tuesday, June
18th, ata8 o'clock a. m. 14-3t

FOR SALE-At a bargain one
ladies' Acme bicycle, absolutely new
tires on both wheels, never been used.
Wheel cost about a year ago $25.00.
New tires cost $6.00 last week, will
sell for $9.00 cash. Apply at this
office for Information. 17-2t

FOR RENT-Five-room apartment
cottage with bath, sewerage and light.
and other conveniences, on Ohio
avenue. Immediate possession can be
given. Inquire of Democrat. tf

The Ladies' Missionary Society
will hold their regular meeting at the
Baptist church Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. It is hoped that there
will be a large attendance of tne
members.


S. A. Curry is in our city today,
selling to our merchants the cele-
brated Victor Hugo cigar. Mr. Curry
is a clever and successful salesman
and the Victor Hugo cigar is one of
the very best smokers on the market.
We opine that this cigar will become
very popular here in Live Oak as
elsewhere ,and that thousands of
them will be sold here.

The printing plant of the Present
Truth Messenger is being shipped to
Jacksonville today, from which cit.0
the paper will be issued in future. We
regret to lose Eld. Mattox and hi.,
estimable wife from our midst. Eld.
Mattox has been having his paper
printed at the Democrat office for a
long time, and he has endeared him-
self to the managnieent staff an'l
employees. We certainly wish hinmt
well in his new location

News was received here this nmorn-
ing of the death of A. J.. lRolertso,i
in Manatee c ,unty. Mr. Robertsonl
was formerly a citizen of Live Oak, a
nierceh .! 'l nd lal r prop -riY owner.
and a man of intlie'ce- it has btnt'
known tha' lie was quite ill for sollte
time past. but the tei'erai annoulloi,"
ing his death \as a .shock to his iai":'
friends here, as it was unt-xPected
TI.e remains will be buried it,
Manatee county.


Editor I'ound. of the Perry Hieraid.
wats u'o yesterday. lie is like a d'ck
out of water. His wife went to Southii
Florida two weeks ago. taking with
her several of the smaller kids, amid
she is seemingly having the time of
her life visiting her sister and dau^,-
ter. Mr. Pound has been to liv '
Oak several times since the depar-
ture of his wife evidently looking for
her. but she cometh not. Perhaps
she will return in the sweet bye-and-
bye, and Mr. Pouad will be consoled.


J. S. Harrell, of Pine Grove, is in'
the city today

Mliss Vermie Bryan spent Sunday
with home folks near Pinemount.

J. T, Mercer. of Mercer Station,
was here today on business.

W. B. Creekmore, of Wellborn, is
here on a visit to his brothers.

S. E. Townsend, of Starke. was
here today, shaking hands with his
friends.


Miss Della Wells went to Perr)
yesterday.

J. M. Bailey spent all day yester-
day at the Park.

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hodge went to
the Park yesterday.


Dave Allison. now of Lady Lake, I B.


was here yesterday.

Henry and Ira Grant are reported
quite ill- with fever.


Mrs. W. R. McGregor is


here on


.


"- S. H. Driver, of Mayo, was In t'he


city yesterday.


Harry Taylor went to Day yester-
da to visit his grandmother.

Jas. R. Chester, of High Springs.
was here yesterday, regitering at the
Ethel.


.Mite' ell, assistant post-


master, went to Jacksonville on buji-
..-'s Saturday.

David O'Neil and his sister Miss
Sadie, of Houston, were here Satur-
day evening.


Dr. Geo. Creekmore and his sister, a visit to her parents.
Miss Jennie. spent yesterday at -- --.---. Mrs. Jno R. Key and Mrs. Mary
Beulah church on Little River. R. H. Holmes and son went to McCraig. of Quincy. were in the city
Hampton Springs yesterday. yesterday.
Mrs. G. A. Lyons' millinery store is
the scene of some rare bargains in D. M. Lewis and wife went tc Mrs. J. G. Kent returned from
white go ds. laces and embroideries. Hampton Springs yesterday. Madison yesterday, where she has
been on a visit to her parents.
The Hair Hardware Company has Bloxham Gardner went to Inver-
a fine line of mail boxes, and those ness yesterday on business. W. M. Br -wn. Mr. Knight, J. V.
living on rural routes should be pro- -- Brown and F. B. Kennedy, of Hou-
vided with them. S. K. Rich and wife spent Sunday iton, left for home Saturday night.
with relatives at Starr Station. i
J. M .Haile and family. who have -. The Padlock mill has closed down
been visiting his brother here. left Mrs. S. G. Cox, who has been visit- and Mr. Hopson, the manager, has
for their home in Gainesville this ing here, went to Mayo yesterday. returned to Live Oak to remain.
morning. --
_lorr> Hair and wife, and Walter The Fifth City Brass Band sent a
Take a look at the show windows Creekmore spent Sunday at the Park. beautiful floral offering to Jackson-
at the Ladies' Emporium and get an ville Saturday, to be placed upon the
idea of how the prices will be on lace J. A. Speer and C. G. McCormick, casket of their instructor, Prof. Abel
and embroidery during the sale next of Lake City. are in Live Oak today. who was drowned at Pablo Friday.
week. 14-3t -- -t
.. Msr. W. H. Byrd, of Perry. was' J. W. Lumpkin and wife left for
Walker Payne left this afternoon here yesterday. returning from Lake! Tallahassee yesterday, where they
for Lanette. Ala.. on a visit to his: (its. will reside in future. The attending
..L...;/.; -. ^^n ;^l ~ a. Jio I unrft b4lr ,


sister. and from there will go to At-
lanta and be absent for two or three
weeks. I)rew Groover takes M1r.
Payne's place in Harcla. & Groover's
drug store.


June Brides


~~ll 1wdelighlted if Y4,U %-I'd
ait ridi4 l jrt-Aent Ira am
our e'xqui%it(' line (Of I Iiaaua'"Iad%
iMod ol her laigli-igfhra' jcutwiry


RADFORD

The Jeweler
LIVE OAK, tA.


Mrs. J. It. Stanford came down able to make the trip.
frIm Bainbridge yesterday yon a visit
to friends. Engine No 62 of the Live Oak.
Agent Breen. of the Atlantic Coast Perry & Gulf has just been turned
Line. and family. s.s-nt yesterday at out ,he shops, repaired, repainted.
HIaiaptron Springs. and *,r-sents a very handsome appear-
Sar-e and cain'iot be distinguished
t- k salef Laces and fro: '!e niw engine. Harry Hogeiis.
A twoi-week's sale of Laces ands te painter, is responsible for the
roidii and rare bargain~ in handsome aap.earan'e of No. 62.
White (.oods at Mrs. A. .L. A.oias o
liegins Monday, June 17th.
.. FLORIDA B00& NEWS CO.
WV8 S'hi!hiOs and wife and little


d.Lugh.te!'. Ma of W\\'e.ltorn. who '
that \ !>'e I v -iti; he.e!!'v. re-ri.n- e i h
a' rd. Books, Bibles, Stationery,


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'a:-ed :' a:. en, M LIyle gave
St,,)IjJ fuo '"- !s+'.o a;id he wa. r--
Sit-as d fro:'; I''ufl,, f,, does uO0
seett to 'h'nk the pri..oner g-iilty, and
frort- what we can learn of the affair.
Lithe Alachua county authorities have
ease against Horton.


Blank Books, etc.


Musical Instruments and all


Attachments.


Picture Frames made to order,

latest designs in moulding.


Inks, Pens, Pencils Tab-

lets, Notions and

Novelties.


Florida Wee I News


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Looking is Worth While-


If there is anything in the world
that a housekeeper is likely to
enjoy it is to walk around among
this Furniture display of ours.


Not only is it a pleasure to her,
but it acquaints her with all that is
new in Furnituredom and to that
extent is educative.


Some especially attractive things
have arrived lately. Those who
haven't been here within two
weeks will find that another look
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Why not to-day?



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First for pe
uader two
and Anest boy,
lve (not ovaer)
prizes will be awa
who, for the sake
ships, will remain
are parties who have M
relatives in Live Oak, uar
years of age.
Second, there will be a prise
by vote for the most povlwer
under seven years. .
Third, there will be a plfte woe
by vote for the most beautff~l b-
worn by a candidate.
For these second and thir
tests at 10 cents per vote a party
may buy as many votes as he .
Admittance to Auditorid *1*'
cents. Contest fee. 25 cents. j
Ice cream and cake will be o.Iate,
Parents come and bring
babies.
Aunts. uncles, cousins, come
the ranks.

J. B. Brown, of Houston, was
Saturday.


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11.A hter'-wit !, art'- jw'-i'.--,_ r'- '- S. _o es of _0;a Kid- C-
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talkl!efff-' .,-,liAt y ;,or !* fa-- W" *. *- Lr ...... N.-w o --. T- w- n- in- .'F -*-

p.,- by the- C. ; n and a,;Arov.a. S .. ,,,c- ":-- ..!. .a v Th to gh:^ succss "o FoK:ey5 Kide--
h- Mayor :."-- r;:.- .-' -' .-' .-ad. the b:-eing d:=:nhed Cre." CiTy Pharmacy. dw -.

; ?A F H ',W'., -.- : -:.....-.- ,:.. and "- ifw,-*- _ks I was P ninent RoIL. 'a: r" .
r-int o on.. '-rar.4 a. ..a-* ,. .* -. ..r- -o ork. Guaran-eed Miss Sue Bre'e-1What sort of a Le t
Al'ta. H V MAYt (Jtf"o-'t'-. : r ;h.-s and co jds. 5'c and ro'0 did you have 'in *ha. last '.- ec er..

I. P I' M ay <, f :Ity s .l-r, Cl r ,- .,. I"* 'or '",- *'.. ,' 0' t h e, -. a' Bar .:a & G roover drug Foote Li hte--Why I had a reI o : z.' : osf
Cl't. o'f Live O(ak. Florida. doi h,-r,, ''; t,'<,, .- ,if **,.',- ",,. r!. <*.-'*. -'tore Tr.a: bo-.:e tree. dw sraze mon.y as big as a gocd-sizel .:.,. Tey

-prtify that the h- ftre-K~onK Ordinar,,- fr-'.rn t.h** fIt- of t.t- a.. n r0ol of carpet'--Yonker's Szatesma. c at BaW
No 5g9 an re-gularly pam -rld '!:, h 'h,- ,j'ri ,-n" .a- b*-r. .-nd.-r- Safe at Last. -'
ity Counci:l on ih*- I0th day of .J.K. .'''! a.d ..al e r''r0h,- ,, a da; Mr-s Post-Both The cook and the 'IMagic No. 3. *
A I 1997 ,and the- arn- lo* h,-r- '-.'L4-r in t-rm, trn,'- or vaa' ;on "more waitre s have left. Number three is a wonderful mas- An Im"pIU1
1,y ce-rtilfed to th,- Mayor of hil ai-, than thirty da:.. and nor more than Mr. Post--Gd' Now I dare brain co for Geo. H. Parris, of Cedar v over always
prva riilnt-?-; davi from th, da'e o(f w ri. r- I"
Wltn" tr my bhandl and h- "I -i r 1m' no writ( oif -rror h all ,- rant- r,. cf te fellows home for din- Grove. Me., according to a letter :. r see-s ne.

said City this 101h da. of Jnn.. A. **d t th- r rliinal jalnif in any uit nr -Brooklyn Life. which reads: 'After suffering mucn I likea
1'-7 u~.l .*-% ald plaintiff shall firs! pay all with liver and kidney trouble, and g- -:. -
H P MAYS. C('ty I ;.-rk ie-or whi'-ch may have arcrnid in and All stomach troubles are quickly becoming greatly discouraged by the .5\ Kidney
Kxamin-
Ilth day of June, A ) 19' when the writ f rrr ha ah meal Kodol goes directly to: Bitters, and as a result I am a well kiidne_. indammald
lira%'-d Th- writ of error shall b-
".1 ".J(iNIN' -rvd : f:iin it sin th- .our th t seat of trouble, strengthens the man today. The first bottle relieved and al: uriary

Mayor of I.Ivs Oak. Florida. juddgmfnnt of which is corr.plained of di ive organs, digests what you me and three bottles completed the m'*ne for -3
.... Th*. provision of th,- act do'-s not eat Sold by City Pharmacy. d cure." Quaranteed best on earth for Pharmacy

When you fsel the need of a pill, |-ffr-*t any appeal or writ of error fn- i stomach, liver and kidney troubles, If a woman a
Sa DeWtt LAttle Early Riser. tered on sued out prior to the date Food for reflection too often is by Barclay & Groover, druggists,event. there isno

o P d* when the ct went into effect." mighty in price and very poor eating. Prie. 50 e. other

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