Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
June 7, 2013


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).

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dampen the patriotic ardor or keep
is rot restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is thU~eaa ougPr
brod nouh o m odteall, and SENTENCED IN JUDGE DUNNE'S on the glorious Fourth. The thr(e
brw eoug t acomodteCOURT V%-'D GIVEN SE nEF counties of Swanee, Lefayette and P0tU42WU A,
mE ARE ffS PATRONS: 'LECTURE Madison, which corner near the Park, celTed latft 115.--L The young folks with their small savings. _______were represented by hundreds of POta" a
families from the farms and near by that the safe aiti r
2.--The breadgi inner, striving to accumulate a fund r;towns and villages, while during the at that Place. va Vlw 10
to procure a home, or a competency for old age. WAS WIRY ANGRY AT JIJDW day eleven trains, each brought it robbed on last Saturday

.-Th weltofr thinom poneovidedoredan quota of pleasure-seekers from more that considerable MGMqB
.the ithie funidd awiigohrnetet aid He Was There to Receive Sen. distant points, until there were as- by the robbers
4.~~tec aThod Noth tdl fud wiigote netet sembled what was said to be the Among the Ill-gotten asae
tenc andNot o BeMade largest crowd ever seen In this sec check for $60 in favor at 1.
TIE FIST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida Public Specce tino h and drawn by oaw
fIh s c t r o d
..-...esess~ee****eeseeoeeep....,s.,,,At the time for the beginning of thsct.0.Hle
S- San Franicisco, July 9.-Mayor the program the rain to~k a fresh delivery carrier, sand Isid H r to
Eugene E. Schmitz, convicted of ex- start, necessitating a postponement Jacksonille postoffes. tortion, was yesterday sentenced to until the afternoon. The playing of A few days ago safe robbers

five years in the penitentiary. The Ia march by the Fifth City Band ated at Sanderson, FIL, An S EBO ADsentence followed the recent convic- brought into view a procession of about $1,000. Thea robbers
tion of Schmitz for extortion of youth and beauty costumed In the to give their attention to Mio. $1,175 from French restaurant keep- National colors and representing each and residents and budsim soers of San Francisco. state in the Uni--n. Columbia was small munidpallties and
Ai ieR iAs the last words fell from the worthily represented by the stately tonsshul b o tei
judg's lips, the great crowd that had Miss Ruby Jordan, elegantly attired,HaBn b
stood throughout t~ e damatic scenes, leading the column. ~~QII Spaunn~h, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, senft up a thunderous cheer. "Good In perfect order the procession "I am so delighted with
Raleigh, Richmqond, Washington, Baltimore, for you," shouter a man in the back formed a semicircle near the speake Chamberlain's Slalve has 4Ms
Philadelphia and New York. of the room. His remarks were stand, each representative with a that I feel bound to wrtte
echoed and reechoed by one after small flag held by the right hand and you so," says Mrs. Robert another of the spectators, extending across and In front of the 457 John St., Hamiltoa,
IWO L[O iNI hfiNS D lLYJudge Dunne, In pronouncing sen- left shoulder, a moments pause, and "My little daughter had a beid~
TW tence onIN ScmtDAadIaLmeYefa wshise a on her knee. I applied Chskbw.
tenc on Sch itz sad: n i men e fag its hoi ted way lain's Salve and it healed beaut l l "it can be said that the verdict of Idown the center of the circle and with S& aboard Express Seaboard Mail ;tejury in this case had a deeper, all eyes fied upon It was given a ly." This salve allays the 9"l di
_______ ______ ____significance__ than__ ordinarl% attaches thrice repeated salute with a precis- a l br al t a nty t Grose An #
to the finding of guilt. It is a mes- sibn, beauty and impressiveness that dgstlsyBaca. Govr n i Modernm Pullman :Equipment. sage to all the people in the city of will never be forgotten by those who drugits
0 ~San Francisco that law and order are saw it. The singing of America was
supreme, that no man, however exalt- then announced. anUi under the lead- B DG WA
ed his station or how strong and: ership of the Park Glee Club, and THE BAINBIG WA
The Jainestow il Exposition Line 1) t'erful the political. social and fin-' Band accompaniment, the vast assem- f(pigTbBinTges
ancial influences surround him, is blage sang America with a patriotic (Bainbridge Searchlight.) N QRFO LI(, VfA e above the law. Eugene JL Schmitz, ardor that thrilled the hearts of all Last Monday there was sornethlb.>
you have heretofore occupied the who heard it. i e il nteCt or.I
Excursion 'tickets on S9 le Daily 'highest office which the city of'San, Mr. W. M. Bennett then introduced was the trial of one John K. Browi
Francisco can confer upon one of her the orator of the day, C3l. J. Car- a Gre fri edrwowsa for full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent citizens. You xere elevated to that ter, of Live Oak. Nothing but a ver- ed of running a 'Blind Tiger-ha position because of the confidence batim reproduction of the oration is to say, selling liqu.:r without low IC. rOYiloTON, JR.. Asst.. Geni. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. and trust reposed in you by the mass could do it justice. It was historical an lice *nselThen an was ri b gaof the-." instructive, patriotic and polished, afoeajrof'nligtadurgt
60-- "1 ant here," interrupted Schmitz, worthy production of one of the bet citizens,' and John Brown wus provm
-- in a voice, though quiet and control- minds in the State. The singingr of guilty without a shadow of doubt.
I.:v,-rt-\lOdy invit*'d .N Lm~' '.~ii~ save life. For sale b'. Barcla:.' & Ta~ lors parents.

DEAH F UDE WAYL The Journal has received several' has the "aubbur Af d a wur f
IEI& IAT. e h et fJdeSano h marked copies of Adrian JordanO ex- sense" and who 80 uih rM 00 nob posses

*mey Friday at Live Oak, Federal court of this State, is hardly cellent paper, the Punta Gorda Her- spectacular garruit sad prolsW InMta w
Florda. urpisin, fr he had en n feble aid, containing the letters of candi-,one direction nor embeds kiNsef in a uo ua
at te Lve ak ost~cehealth for a long time and had doubt- date Gilchrist on the internal im- the silence of conscious Incapacty for SWAMn VWi be less prolonged his life by sheer force prvmn ord; but after reading debate in the other. The caadI~t& rumas f ss second-class matter. ofwl oe.Tedcae uitthem all carefully, we fail to see Iwho best meet those requirements
___________________ ofs will Thel deeae turis manmes to doFoia
J. F. SHERWOOD, Editor and M'gpr. was never popular with the people of w here the general n aything wrei be the manie tts oenlori u tst apo
ths Stte ad th effrt t impachof a startling or sensatnantuecrdtithUnedStsSnte u.
this~Th potatio hed take isor the onlyac one -f woi
hIep*k33 ()me Ikflar P'' 'Y'~r' him in the United States Senate very Th oiinh ae steol n:and not oil One
fairly reflected the estimate in which that could be assumed by any of the The Arcadia Champion takes the this State, but wbe
ersol g*) et togeher. widtat-er carda ude San i n'tlas. He says he will obey the Candidacy of Col. Brown f r United here, who kams
oening sol t brehewl r e the lies hel cam there rom y oh Ilwra interpreted by the courts. States Senator very seriously and re-necto m opeingof hebrech il inurethelie u. H cme erefro anorh- rethere any of the candidates who bukes those papers and politicians goodwill and
stae rops ad he eolewil wouldn't promise as niuch?-Pensa who have been disposed to get ONv FoI~~
stattrsand fo t e ople willnnot era State. saturated with war pre-- la Journal, some humor out of it. For our. patntv lrtx f
stndfo i.-enaclaJornl. dices and he was never able to rise our pr, dently has a alw
---above the intense republican partisan The Demiocrat has also received we hope the Colonel will run and put doesn't mention bb
Now is the time when we make and put himself in kindly sympathetic the marked copies ot the Herald, ani the same vim and vigor into his part, we think thag
good our contention that Florida tuhwhte op elidamn.we labored through the Gilchrist campaign that he does into his other never more favorftg
Is a resort for health and pleasure as He could stv our- faults, but not our prilsi neretdsr octhvnue.W o' hn i i ely ct better thas rif
g.-od In summer as in winter. In the virtues, and doubtless to the last he' the loint and give the general the to win out, but he would add the in- the al)POintment of
-Northern cities they are d)ing every I okduo us as little better than benefit of it. Our conclusion was the terest to the race that a cheerful and crat to the vacant
da&y In scores from sunstroke and the' same as that reached by the Journal, energetic character always does to adi hr eei
subjugated aliens yielding a forced:adi hr eea
beat in nearly all parts of the coun- aleinenotegdd we- are still wondering what Gen-, an enterprise in which he engages. on th be ct
oppresalleianc to th government. adThr Wewnhi tosainheadlubctm
try up there is very prssv.N who were to lie treated alccordingly leral Gilchrist was driving at. Thr ewn i osa ntesdl.President would ro
sunstrokes iFlrd.and the weath- ~ eea uiir.Teeaeseemned to be a marked lack of pro- put whip and spur with all his might ea ihadgv
o: r is just warm enough to give an porti n between premiise and conclu- and come down the home stretch In thecs o
* added zest to the great watermelon still such tuen left, but, happilynn i ihtevoa n pcaua f ba ase nd Jd 5Mg
Sdebauch- now in progress all over the ofte nteFdrlbnh in th. fects to make it one of the m ost I we have two notcaw.l
South. and it would have helped i
Mate. Did you ever eat a water- It stems to 1w generally under- vivid and miernrable heats in Flor- a. adt utt
melon up North, gentle reader" Talk Jdb~~esfm a ers~.
about ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ bare idaiytee yue ogh saoadtknhmef s too d that in resigning his position; ida politics. The 1)eo)i in the grand thee enwr pa
fromt amrrnn adaiy h r pyoul heIe e s Sae Se ao o. Fa k A a s stand who have no money on thereap f
have it. It 6, like a kiss without that fo mn w)l eseidnvra tt eao o.FakAas hnpria odf
naelsschrmweal rconie table to look upon with friendly ey ei. !of Ihamilton comity, has fully made event, are there to be entertained and much more strouzjv gt Presden Rooevet nw ha a inestirred to enthusiam, and it isn't al- than they do now, soue can define. PeintRovlt nha he ie up his mind to be a candidate for the was the winning horse which :wants no re-electio@ to

One onenego 'howd up as3 fien tothe out an wats United States Senate, to succeed Seri- furnishes the most of this. The; :party trammels sit ib
member of the Georgia legislature non-parti_ an judiciary. biy giving us ao MlryanwilsnfomlyC mpnsy:'and his whole cour" uim
whes it met the other day and his as a sue, t! :or to Judge Swayne declare himself to that effect. When -It is a littie. early in the campaign 'ning of his present ton me einet lwve frm ou Ow e des o wemayloo fo a en-for some Florida newspapers t,) in. a conspicuous. almostg sW was contested by a white man. 'som emnn w'rfo ouow hedsso ema lokorasI e hnState appointed solely on the ground toi cmagthtwlaruen-augurate the "Jess laff" policy in re-, pendence of party Claft
No~iuf would have ben easier thnII aoi!cm igthtwlaruen-ference to the candidacy of T. J. L. tions in discharin
to aunt him on a technicality, bu of fitness for the office and without ItneiersthogutheSa.Bowhosaniiusofllentie.I i g, bb
thelegsltiv snseof usicewa hae Forda awersezcllnt Mr. Adams is strong on the stump ator Mallory's Place. Besides, the likely t )give us & a
to- strong, and it appearing that the hv lrd ayr xelnI
segio, had really received a majority qualified for the place and we trust and he will doubtless give the people eslas"gtgnbyefocenRpuhaa heee~
of the votes he was allowed to keep tbat the samue patriotic spirit which in every* county in Florida an- oppor- a time and their reputation f')r pro- Swayne, provided otly I his seat. This is not the kind of dic'iated ,he nomination of Judge tunity to hear him. Senator Beard phetic wisdom is not the best in the Democrat of c, nspicuoMI and ol.Brow hae boh anou w orld. Mr. Brown is all right and get the endorsement ofb politics we are supposed to play in Emor% Spe nee a man wnd ios Brownen hav bothoanounce
~pe.of Georgia. will govern a anwoicmptttohorbyand press of Florida. W4
the eawe of the negro, according to ~*R~l for the place and Mr. Sparkman re- aditlietysreFoiai h an h ih u
the northern theory, and it's not the mlains the only uncertain factor. IfUie ttsSnt. tosntr hl
kind of politics a republican congress attePrne enters the contest it will be a ___________Rpbiaio h
has been in the habit of playing in Th ewl riea h akhtlgreat fight, as it shOuld be, for the ba
the case of a Southern congressman next Monday sonmc musicians from sena torship is a prize worth a gladi-I Alachua county is evidently proea- Of teard oriiulsk M when his seat was contested byc a ne- Jacksonville. who will remain thr at Ia struggit. We want a strong. pering. The tax returns for this -a ueta o~~vg
gr0. duiItesao n icus well-balanced mian in the Senate who show values in the neighborhood ol
during lose seaso tempe disoude sa $57(, .a nraeo vrh

MAY SUCCEE SWAYN~E. beenstarted by his friends and ad-________________ .
___________Mirers here, and ii bk'iLLg 1)'ie 1a)d~ a7-n11d~.\'O ~Q'a~'

,e For the Vacant Federal lea cirle Uee ~ h ~* #~NIs ~--'JES
strng ullForMyC~ o Ta lal~ i egal re so ,?re ta e P W. T. McARTHUR, Vice-Pre'd en T.'
Jugehi.guishled Taliah'asseean w-ll rall., t) __(Times-Union.) his b~2,epciv sol ~

h&se will be indorsed bv practical- ItiOn. kades of the legal professionul

ly evr attorney in Jacksonville forithrough,0ut Florida. '
appointment as United States Judge .o ie 1.0l L 'U
for the nirtherfl district of Florida to>ey F'red T. Nivers is a native 'tto Al the vacancy caused by the of Florida, and is recognized ais one f VIDALIA. GA., tL So A s
death of Judge Swayne. Of the most. able sons of the state.
ite movement in behalf of Mr. My. He Is a g,-at'uate of the Univenzt",

rl beg Saudyo eri, finishing his uniVe7Sit& 3 auufacturer of the Famlous Foss Double-Roller
who recognizing the worth of the Tal- leaving a reiprd that is unusually eIabass5e man, his peculiar fitness for cellent.S EI L AD CTOG N
the position, his judicial talents, and He m~arriedj mis jessi LjeCot'.*
hia long~ record as a successful prac- of Jacks nville, a sister of the Ia'e e TheM s ual
icing att,rCV, in both state and George A DeCottes. and al, aun ofM s ai n h efc itP eevn
1-nited States courts. Attorney Geor%, .Ie'o~~. Gin on the Maret
pe.Ationl to President Roosevelt, younger nieiberi of the Jackson1vilke Guaranteeid to gin 4 to 6 Bales a Day at cdinary Speed. Has Ginned
urging thle alipoinltiletit of Mr Myers, Bar As-sociati n.
sa4pre~pared Satuday morning, andl Mr. N~ers was a c'adidate for as Many as Twenty-One i Three Days.
copies thereof in tie hands of leading; Governor before the t'orivettj~io : Gins DttPo e
la.-.ers oft Jacl,-oiille, were circu- nominated Gov. W. 'lit Foss D ouble-R oller G n R e u r b t it44or e o e n o M r
lated ill the courts and in thle build- Ihas also been a candidate for co:.- '91
jug.. % here tilost Of.catony grEss, being deft7-a e Labor than other3ins,
have their (.tfices. Almost without Inran Lamar. ~ ul osad, and are used by the leadinpinners in Georgia, Florida
e~i'ion~'c*~ ,a~konvlle ttoneyI He is a Practiti ;ner Ili all t! atouhCa a
signed it and it will lie forwarded to Icot: its, and Ilis alilirY is andiSouthai::. a
Wa~hl ugou I iiitiediael Y.!'~c'k4~7ed, by lay mien and Iiy hls fel- XhT U AAOU DPIE
In 4 4lwr 4 'suiltie%. 1low t'" *'' hi' w
i~te5aenetta i a en 0'tleScCSI'o de wyte o a5petition, togetherlselecting Mr. erP as their. vhoir ,

t zi~* t lliajor-iy, if nlot the D~uval count\ attorneys feel that S AI L N O D I O
Jill. oi tltilt mei hers of tilt- Duval, t hey are pre~ent ingl t P'residoen
li~d~ ar assotiati it, art, being tor- Roos ,,velt a man whos e vin1!fl-Iit i,*aided to) the association of others ness for the :iositioii, Mwhose djitiii-luilties and to jironh1ilienlt attorneys! guished ability, and whose pa ;t
lit elult whert. no biar association con,. ini public and private life, idrall.
11111 bith beeni organized. v'tflibine to ittake himi one of the Nd)TlrE 0F APICA ( TION pqI by each ar e wlOw tIs :O,)E~FR IU
it is pointed out that President mos0t available men inl Florida to, LE'rTF:US PATENT. E. Ill Wise. Live Gaka., IMN
P.ojioreVelt has appointed a num ber oi this high T e Th r Ju c al C c it o
Ikiiotrats to office in the south dur-wilonte_4haNel
ing the past sveral months, apd it is i The whole civilizedl N% ort'iid 'il h da i j 'lY te. 1),-S appl tod Ronr Nuaii irnV 0a
010 -erii. A. th. 1Sta pt H o L N 1 fA'i~ .v aa. o. Flordd.
~~ btehieved here that, it the attorneys fodishly gabbling about inip,,'ndinlg 1. Broward. Gjoeio otteSae fbN 1\fsae aue o lori
war etwen he nite SttesandI'.on ia, for' Lxter,; Patent, inco:- IA. Li- Oa~a.. R. i'.Uvane ot.
1A0of Florida can unlite on one mian, a wa bewe tilet Unite "The:I anio Miln n n-D. .4en Lh)'s i. Wilson,
M 1)Pmocrat will be appointed. Japan because a gang of toughs broh. p,% C1olm;anv'' under' the following lj !iln~on, L~ive tFla., it. Panf
Such a niuieffent would, of course, up a Jai) restaurant in San Francisco L-. .ticles, of0 v'~'loI:F .N. five shares vs. )Civil Action byAba batwsrenuously fought by Republicans iand a number of our battleships havi. E. R. WXISp. T. wand ieOla. .F Defoda, tcm
i n io m e q u a r t e r s b u t t h e I n d e ie n d b e e n o r d e r e d t o t h e h a r b o r s o i l o Mr R C L. E E) N. I t\ V Ihr s i ; nd a s aota i e n a t
I ~ ece o theiirelden wil lea him Pacific coast. We have. had the mnost T. A. MIIKELA, K.\li'adcushsobaednatcItre to folloehis wn la wie, l)iiC srn1frmteofiil HNSN W. C. 13 Y, MueMi out or the above nanied Colr
the~~~ qual ities i c.)nr tha them tak ofiwa i, ., TI. HW.D ti. H 1 li5ij tt-iN 1tda fMy
it'dd Iolois urscribe prpet oflo theOw is"
rumor, which could not be ~ 'n 1U~I11tA55. ~ K~ ' a ', I H Mt'i'l.l.ERS
traced t its source vester I I
Curregit to the day. ~~as ..-~effect that a Floridian __________________________________I I the waist, back front, side, nearly of female trouble.
Would not be chosen, but that a new I I PaInS at or sure prOOi
I I ~ ~Th-h~ nr~-.~Rir~ Icxfl paIns, lrre~Tu1ar functions, restless-

THU SUWA"nU DMO1CRA7, jrLY 13,*? 7

1907. dezndel: otpo~ne ut AID310181t~I RRt NOtTICZL bond B~ IUlUat ofOb M I ttMn
Liv Oa, FL, uly8. 907 Orpre tht te Pnemuntscho', Notice is hoeby given, and LegCity council m et in regular stso b id g b e- o e e s t e p e ent s, Di tributee, Creditors, and all Ct f L v k lo i a ~ s t~ o Wr he present: J E. W ood., vice preside t ro f b d c n i on It w s ur other persons having claim s or de- of a~j u te t a t m w t a a h y b ~ s
0Ud1 ad ldrmn .White, tter o~iered that material be furnish- o ilbu teesI nortw b xWOdZ' as ft lsv
6beanda, A nderen and loeso h co mands against the Estate of Jackson the western side of Ohio Amoss, WAl Xfn
Bacly.T S.sAdronad1) dt, aild tat tleseatrons buil tchoe Cannon, late of Suwannee County, run from thence At right 649148 with paatsd to am
red inues f lat sme thou cot t thecouty. Florida, now deceased; will Presenlt 1Ohio Avenue eastward 1,032 fest tO du*yqality, 0 p ~ *~- ~ r. areyGarne ws ganedthe said claim or demand to me duly White Street in White's Addition to Witzea Mybe
The~~i~wnO~' it ~atrn~e fomMe~pi t idle-prven wthi tO ears from first th eCity of Live Oak, Florida, thence Court at tU 10h
and orderedbli paI ton sciol. publication of this note, or this notice south along the western boundary tY, thtis the 24th
were approved and ordbr Pad thIarosfo will be plead in bar of same. line of said White Street fifty (50)
Egae .Y Byrd ....... t0oI JESSE N. CANNON. feet, thence west parallelwihte197
.......i33i3 ,cIo ae eoete first boundary line above, 103L) feet (elIJ
.............16.0 l~ardad ~ed i~a th sae V Administrator of Estate of Jackson to Ohio Avenue, thence nort ln onyJdeo
4.40! tagh Taylore, a. wsgan anowthWl annexed. 2-4 the eastern boundary line of Ohio, 'County, Florida.
j.t, ta.h Kisa Avenue. fifty (50) feet to point of!
LO0. Pub. Co .-...... 9.1ld beginning; excepting therefrom three' 1J.J inmn..... .5 ThS01 e bird checked uip all paid wa.'- Notice for ids for the Ercto of ( 3 )feet deep across the northern
Suane d. Hall. part of *he Parshley family burti
Frank Kinkad ........... 40.00 rants of he count% treasurer for the 'teBnirit~~~~~ gond as now enclosed within the! In Circuit Court, Tks,4
J. S. Kinkaid ............389 mot ojn iron fence enclosing the same and cult of Florida. ig
hmaS Dowling .........16500, The brd located the Sullivan ,ICOk l~d,~ii i h is which is Included within the above Counti of Suaaaft
Bhon Ban......1.3 choatelroednwit.nddyoJuly, 1i4,o, receive sealed bids: description.
BondBryn ......... io [le erctin ofa Ct% failinAnd you will then and there show'
S1. L Burnett & CO ........ 57.33 ordered iat a new school building iirteeeto faCt al why the same should not be taken Application of Lda 11.
W. H. Lyle (salary) ..... Ie ercksi ~ sadedcudb~si i~ for the uses and purposes set forth in come a Frem !)*'als
diseuedascol ie.Panad pcfatosow L the petition, or else you will b.W. H. Lyle, streets ........ 143.r~ scrd ash 1st.odr ~ n cf~t~ ~ '~ ard This come on for b f
J. X. Jones.. . ... 21-215' The flowing accounts weret trer ile with said Trustees. baer d.'Th th&o.Bso .Plm-' petition, notice &24 geq
Luk Mahi ....... Reervugtherigt o rjec &y! rJudge of the Circuit Court, Su- Special MasterheuaS
10.00 I oteProtahr....$5Q ~srigtergtt eeta.wannee County, Florida. as also J. 26th day of Jun*. k. OL
kN. Bank................ I kabell Ulams. teacher ... 35o iind all bids. W. Bryson, its clerk, and the seal of

94.2Emmie (Robins;on. teacher. 25Ct M. L. BURNETT, said court, at the courthouse in Live '"s considere4 b the CgI
Total 00 Cairan Board of Bond Trustees. Oak, Suwannee County, Florida, th's on consideration, tborqmJ It*
The reports of Marshal, Tax Col- P 16'c. trW....4.1 Ciyo-ieOk Florida., 10th day of June, A. D. 1907. ed. adjudged and derm* it
er apoved E.C. iaoc,, teacher ......3 5. 0QCiyoLveOk (Seal) J. W. BRYSON,
lect ~ ~ ~ ~ Clrl and Treaure w teacte-- --r Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee Coun-Cu:tTh her'i
as read and ordered filed. NOITICE1. ty, Florida. Master bt and the wM wg
The committee app- inted at last C. j. Jomn Tece ... 50 o Ahowi it way concern: CA RTER & McCOLTXM, olrndadtcmi
season Of couni to swetsiaeIv aui o.1~i fill not be respiousible for debts' Atresfr eiinr Davis i~i hereb% g a
location fo City Market, made the r I lUxfordection and uaeb' rnk-- -____- ae 'aito adm
reprt whichtz reor boar 19..4te for 14-ie 1o~te 'AI0* J. %V. SPL' Execntrs Notice. estate and proport' &Arn I
and committee d!ischarged Legatees, districutees, creditors, made a Frt-v L~eairr 1in w
The committee appointed to loae.e i-%,tahr....3.oI-- and all other persons having claims under tlh, la~s of tho a#
h l e ..'-n Rid. teacher ....... 40.01- X. I tE.
positions f-r lights in the ungt or demands against the estate of L. ida.
parts of the city, made their report, i-H. Y. T t. teac~her.. ..... ... The election lor Rixf rd Speciail i m ri, dcasd ae o u 11W 'd'~ 4w m
which report w~as accepted, and (li 11. \V "1)ison insuIranc. A.00 Schol 'fa [District, hain been wannee County, Florida, wil! resentt clee(I at Chainzbrv inlbI
committee was continued wih iii t i1lti:ton. in~suranie. I 2.1111 postponed oh, account of the storm, te s m o m uy poe, wti brd. t ~ t~~ b
structiofls to contract tor iaid lights. V. W. icsto. insurance I will be held Saturday. the 20ith day one year from the first insertion Of A. 1). 14 7 B H PAM
The city marshal was instructed to;Clara L. ier, teacher . .. 35.w0 0 Li' Tlhe 8,ame in4)pectors and this notice, or this notice %ill he x-ju!' .....d. in barnrl ofouce alownellth
contract for a tile side walk on wet plae in ba ofi~el alnounced ofilli
sie f ha veue ouh f ot-j, B orni-ison.... oJ. E W\OOD, same out of the funds of said estate iu.iftapV
o~ce, abutting property of Miss ia.% tli(X rici.- ~ -~W .HLMN ~ I .Pa.~Il
Emma Parshley y .R M NScTW oIE Ex(?,'uzor of the laost Will and TesrA ~ j i nn". WA
Ordinance No. 6~0, introduced Thos. DOw. water rent ... 0. No*,ce to creditors. legatees, dis- metoL.. i ern. P.
by T. S. Andersoji, a member Ch~as. 0. Slei, 0imig 13 n l iros hvn

of tLe city council, was u pn~ tNt hitCt...~.i<* t or %Ueinauds against the estate NOTICE OF APPLICATION ~. A.~~ OOdf
firstons b vote I~ 10 \VAan laeoYS. LETTERS OF AW)MINISTRATION. 6d Pi 0~o i'r4r
ofconcl t ased~ radn~6i. A. 1)ori, teltct ion ; n, iahipesntsa- Notice is hereby given that th( ~d i'~ ~ (Il
whnb oe(fcouncil, sadori-. undersigned will after four weeks asnes
br\.................- or demands to mne at Dowling puliatonofths otceaplt
az.ce was tabled till net session ot N, ott-inise-t ulcto fti oie pl c Tefil\ii
t-e body.. 1oee ~ ~lI~ ai lorida, within one sear froml Hon. J. N. Conner. County Judge oi h '~o '
to make bids on the construction of VAo da's decea~ d alied ~
said house with plans and suecifr~- H (~r.i nl4-ndlf~r of NO'rI('E. ai~ro~-ed. k-~.

y' Daly F 7vf i

ca (jTYr, of O'Brien, Is Ina the W keep a full supply of SI tt ntttosfrfihrEuii
BOks, Slates, Chalk, and School Supplies- Book~s University of the lrd eml ck
0.Cl ar f os bu g, wa I ab et ea he s ok ,new or second hand.S te f F l r d
y.etY.Stationery. Special a"Men. Saeo lrd
____W11io to mai orders. All or- Prices Reasonable Talahase, Fla.
Syd onnr shppe two car of ders for five dollars Express G ie -il ,F a
ons ser iday. free, Sander's P rimers in 1.~ Ganfvle Fl __, etra.stock, when you need any- B1114, '

jok X.p s tin cal n uOs, f Rssurg wA high-grade institution for A College for Women, without
tading yesterday. young men, offering Literary, ap ialii h o t .e b e

A ~cr wet t Dolin Pak ______________________tific Engineering, Agricultu- ing a College of Liberal Arts, a
'ibi c w en t to ral and Pedagogical Coumss School for Teachers, a School of
arMing to attend the Wood- _______ -__ Strong Faculty; well equipped Industrial Arts, a school of fine
4 ini.laboratories; thorough instruc- arts, including piano, pipe organ
W o f n C r ermCA-vin 1)(.tion, both theoretical and practi- violin, voice culture, elocution
W ole Ol orn r Lillie Geger opened he! cal; carefui supervision and die- and Physical Culture.

ssbeti monn .rp rsag o school, heeMo dy a vn eek olSed cipline, high moral tone. A Faculty of able specialists in
herthi monin. ID. P. Sumner and wife returned~ rehit odshol aigerle No tuition charged to Florida all departments.

~. laki?&fanilly are at- fo Jakoilelseein anjthryheistdadtathe students. Other expenses very Tuition free. Charges for
Job he paicn aLiteRero- went to Mcm.l in today. He had to flumiber is still increasing. We feel low. For catalogue and infor- special instruction in Fine Arts
gtepciatLtlRietosuffr the remval of his left eye. sure that all patrons as well as the mation, address reduced to a minimum New
__.__1__-- puj~ls will like her. ANDREW SLEDD, bidn sin cours of constrD.---- I. AdmA oflrowarge number from Connertown We will have to congratulate our President tion. Write for Catalogue.
D.W das fNow~,wa pe here last night on their way to Agent Mr. Herman Harrell for keejp- A. A. MURPHREE,
this Mong le ot. oFr Clayland to attend the County Farm- Ing straight in behind the Atlantic TPeiet
a and Jacksonvile r'Uinmeig Coast Line Railway until at last they _eri_ Uno Preeident
have decided to erect a new depot
parc ar L. fluraville, whoItPat re C ar o l Of da s re R. F. Howell, of W ellb rn, J J here. The carpenter gang a s b e- 1 4 44 4 bohrne thi m~l)orning. Carter, of McAlpin, and Charley here all this week at work on it. We homehismrning Hogan, of Route No. 3, were here unesadi ilb oe oIr
ti-ree, weeks yet before Cm 'io
j. W lesser. wife and son, H. F. this morning, on their way to Clay- il ema e
wore here tlhis morning, en- land to attend the meeting of tb A m erican I o
tt Fnol~a adPer. County- Farmers' Union. We are very glad t ) re:wort that ' urn
to __________nderr Mrs. 1). S. Scott, who has been vpry
Wr.M~O ett ~ellborn yes- Tho icnic at Little River yester- ill, is improving. Her attending'IG o g a
toi beVO hent tteRvr Sagrn sucs.I physician, Dr. Anderson, hstknA tlanlta, = = G o g a
and A Da wglatn h ien for the purpose of raising htir back to Dr. Holmes' Sanitarium. I___________________________________nieans to improve the cemeter..VlotG. hr h ilrmi Wood-Working Machinery. Ergines, Boilers, Saw~ Mills, Shingle
D. Gylal, ofMcjpin, was here Fully 500 people from all sections of ntlheasrgidhrsrnt.
b.usineS. e reXrsate-ttecunywr hre tws. We certainly hope that she will soon !Mills, Lath Mills. Excelsior Mills W~ood turriig Machiner; CirWaI storm in that section Mion- Iregular basket picnic, and l)leiitN ante helh Ia as
that did great damage to grow- 1 pr ,vided to eat, and lots left over. ~ne elh ua as
in the absence of expected speakers, Mr arlwo~ Ii.- Machinery and Supplies for every known Purpose.
a choir furnished excellent music. itthU..&FanA..1.
railwaYs at it n a a i k t G s l n n i e ,R o i g el D il n a h n r C n r t
G. Gaskills, the assistant post- and the day was an exceedingly joy- aetndt Tifator i Gagai at htie aoieEgnsRoig rlin ahnrCnrt
who ecenly came here fromn ful one. Jack H-awkins did not have aetadwprtr saana oe
whlee, nob.adnattetoylhielhoreityngt He was called home to see his siand Brick Machinery, Road Making Machinery. Writefrpie
V f e I s D W b r i g a t h I t y e l h m e f h a s i n t y n t o siste r r. S o t w h o w a tet fo r p rIe
Mrs Scott, wasontnd on what you want. A good Represenatie Wanted.
ho.His accomphllished wife collect a crowd of purchasr arudpected to live. We understand he will
im Verdie Gresham, a young his stand. On the contrary he was
kept n~ return to his same position in Tifton,
yadwho Lie Okhrthoe alkhedt scednl waiter and chng. Ga., the last of the week.
y a n a n d w b ,) i s o rt h o all h a n o u t s 'd w a t r a d c h n g e M rs T in i n o n s a n d M iss L a m b o t i
~mhimentA that could possibly P
china closets, rockers etc. t 44! 1i
9 .--.
We are sure to h~ v~ just ~. ~' (dot
'- 4 ~ horse, and
your wants in Furniture at 'n,'.. j g h~equicker.
ii I. b

6 ~~~~THE SMA-NNES IWEMOCAT. FRIAY, JULY12 I.'*-Floid LveStock and Vehicle


Horses, Mules, Driving Sad
i It Farm and

Buggies Horses &

and Wagons Big Stnck of



ala $75,000 --Surplus $35,000 ,N0\RAXEW

What btau 'y is, more desirable than
an* exquiste com iexi and elegant 4
N DOLAS D THIRDUT ~ jewAels. 'Ai opportuwlity for every wo- I M.
DOLLAFSDO THEI DUTY ni to obtiu both, for a limited i I lIo anu' t-a-n something for their own- ~ ~A il. KALACHLS PHYSICIAN:
The dired-ions and recipe for ohers N~hen !hey are placed at inter- taking a faultltss comlplexion is the P0CIC L"nCIIK R
-~est in a good savings bank. B lowgure b h mse
al m ans put you dolar to~ ~ ~ O IEN ALS and Over thirty years exper- Orvin Noweud allinens utyou dolar t GKEEKS.
Many young men In this city ar'e After 1! u~t to d'i~e d'A-d~ ~ rinkles, ~'~s j'~-fltv of sa> W-: !r. ,=.,. I~dLi4I4~ 'vasting a golden opportunity by ~,~eart~a.ipft.aie and I woujd beccmi ,e'yweak. blat ~l e ud~ pirii~ l~ ard gi~e a I-i .~ '"" i!it.~1VC editorial ~a~'- ~f ''. J Lesre~e!. Afterusingafewbc~eslam caret ~ ( I )~ ~ t e ii 0 ~s. and a bed lihlt'X. W >h ignoring the call of the fields. Tb~.y ~ no flt'\\~.a~.t-r ni:.
are willing to enter an office or st~r.~s MRS.LORINO NlCHO~S. PcrnYanN.Y i~ ~ to tle f Hur:da '-Vt-'-- kr~i.-?~ '.-~ I *. -~

............. cot2-N .......L2WMt.tuosagedt

in W.I t-Aodm

......~m~a *......2.4 ina 2 CAM J. O..... 22596 wIs otactor s ateo th bf(1I*m

d Onotym~~~ liCS. ... 10.00 Wittaes inl county. jrW5 01018,7g~l~mtFirst NatieWa Bank of lve~ cout ...... .3
on" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h q9es01M of wac"a Oa neetfr a. .1.0Juosi mcur ....6
go by chwhm W. A J. H. fknerlftr st T. L~ Dorstt 1*16 cost brdg vuS o ta
and Lusdt fromn latyette, Was Wp
IL L~ Dursmt* J. 0. kospngs on oncto Paul Deaps ............. 3.10 pitda commkt.e to .o" 7Wc TA $up s bet
IL amN j. DP5 kepn record .1.80i~ J. H. Rickerson, shonE's OWOkesti*" "04*
d UMWnot dlve~skPb. Co., pinting In sald an ........ 5.30 bwdO nwI m
ea1W.a t upelIpulsig May 22.6 S.uese int said0sre roe .0 brdg b r~kbt hauling or to L
1"7 -w fad tM 8V" ROM. l~ Ftundr o L N. Silas, justice tot in two lo arts Over brwv. am aaes Vbtt hn4

SConty Road Fund Cam............... 4.41 tra11 ingvkf so fte buMe th L S ~dO
byb w htCyride Brde o.... 3000J W.t~ In 2w esacee' at
be~Th Poard ofte wuame sotnty 2Y3 inai, luf i ... 44
Imem Ne kreot Coavers Bridge C3., payable court, 9th district .. ..... 3.26 Joint seusios adJoursed. htosde toe" me 1#* 164 oIRG YUF After date for steel Jurors In said cases........ 6.00 apovdteaoutotethrho. adtmo 1 bridge .................3,000 The Boar adourneug~~ bUntil~nyn~h inu M I TM
B .W. Helvenston, Insurance row. big op n h aews I f rf
d 4M6t~t ortoseAn ai ....24.0ordered paid, to-wit: and tor thoe'gasmt A Upe
~ t~r ~~.corthus ad ai.... 26.0 -Payable June 14, 1909 ......$S,EW baOf 90090 fUSM 04~p
qjfKfretMAdLive Oak Mfg. Co., lights. .... 24.64 Uve Oak, FIL, JUne 5, 1607. PaaleJne1,1901111WfyttOSS ~
al Dcmesuwanuve Drug Co., supplies The Board of County Comnmissioa- Paable June 14, 1911 .... 1,00 W e ONS" NbA 02h
beledw for courthouse and Jail.... 4.45 ers, met pursuant to adjournment,.............191.... ...3,M3.34 ~f f o O
H.W. B. Drew Co., supplies and was called to ore byCara Balance ........ S3
~w- ~ for criminal court .......17.85 W. A. Tison. TWO Wodajundtoas uy T ere so I or
Id $ Per mouth: Poo l-Srufll adRle Present: J. C. Davis, J1. H. Grant, 1. 1907. ~Nr:Il;
~ .A reukad Co. in exchange for warrant W. A. Thson and J.3J. Dempsey. .L BURNM1I W. A.T!W, drarn;th dht I
ILA r~kAd given for road roller, pay- The purpose of this adjourned Clerk pro-tern. d4
Sable Jan. 1, 1908 .......2,836.50 meeting being to inveetiPAto the ad3g~~jA. B. Vince, balance on Fr. &visability of purchasing new cells for The NEic *A Dow'Ing PuIk. 10 651Si
0 remember by AN I IL "t
ml ea Of J. V. F. warrants .........2.00 tejiadheg1EbngPI The picnic at Dowliag Pak yes-M Mjp nt aS ea is to b b
the Board, upon the advise of the
60 AMs 15 IPProd P. T. MoGruff, road and bridge terday, Under the auspices of the for the &*Oka*
wised 101119 work, 8S6road .........18.25 seriff. decided not to purchase to) fifth City Bra.e Baud, was a grand SrIs whis the s* uM
cells.0VSYG Bret,9 amso success from start to hAsh, and Vot- at t~ft at the Park wih
~w Omayo.L unet,65nme oiThe following claims against the V nmMcyo h Wmngmetcee
fo so No the hous petition for criminal court 3.25 cony ee proe adoreedvatl in the teIncemexcelled the adwa o efly m
bd*19a bridge atIJ. N. Conner,?7 affidavits for wahr h tedneecle h ea ob t mo wn
ow ="%eI at Bran-j license .............. 1.75 paid: expectation of the most sasgulne At~ azoak
No a eepted by the M. L Burnett & Co., team -to J.C. Da...............untyan early hour the crowds bega to We have Astharne hw M^
tycom. ~ ~ ~ co ......201 . ..o,

J. J. Damp- Ias ount cr..... ..5.40 JLuraln., June 14t" 117,t an roi the uroundin every hen bdrev t h
shi ~ %_ A h',1dyad2


e finely Stephens 4* 3'4--.


4.'-. Dea1vuit~




~~radF orenceWagoflS,' Wagons

Egg Wagons~ Turpentine Wagons, Harness, etc.

TIeaDdWK4 Wagons, Farm
Aiwaysonhandafifle Wehandlethefollowingwafl

Wag~s, Dray Wagons~ NliV(~y : lot of ~ Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Bhmt~
Horses and Mules at Jones, Hackney, Sumner~, and
and Road Wagons.. lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggis


E.~.lp Ofib
3.w tat July 4.-Ike Americas
~ ~ ~. ~ earth.
St be em jbetepagk the
NERY and can make immediate ~ pSIWSL It mis: ~ U~ for Illustrated Uatalq.
1.p.Icbi.thathehddllCoW'd Address
-~ a method was advanced by d)~ssI~~. 55~ne, Kidney
~* at Meat Verne. Mr. prIce
be ~ ~ D~. Peter's Mouataia Herbs c~s like the diva of a ~ 4i~y*.*. ~E.*.bA!.&d 26 yews Sohinwi' hdin&o M
kbgmg a ww, healthy sndbapp~y lease e life. 1t3 aguarsateed ______________.{ ~t. ma~ expedmeats at ~: ci~g autber a~kel calemel ~r mercury-uampay a
t~t ulli ~ jars, natural, v~bls mae4y as cheap thatit brings good health
~ m~ieaUflc ml of sLOO, .~. ..&i h .ini Th
Irnirn. ~ ~.4d Wub Sw yabmhb hSmua~m
Mr Pf ISS aji be has mad. giet NOUIWAIU ULRS CO.. 3a~,il1e, Team.

W the rwmt iaclsntlos by eriestlats
; belethsttheykadbesaableto
We Wk the basins soul, aid had found ____________________________________________ __________laacedthesealesatagood
r ~
hr. ftlse who was for forty years
the heilte. shoit of Titalty church, ~w Ytwk, my. he has made the sulk~ )ssI & Uh study and be is convinced ~ ~, Fd*, 1 ~
'~ thitthewlhasarhnlezISteaCSasd bi~ -________________' Uhpresomlteaasotbseealfl
b~Iag Mulight from the body is be- __________________ ________ ________the. ~iweat at lb. tIu)O Of "Neceuarlly," replied he, "the or-j' Wilkins' Kidney Pius. A ~mmmummau bath are Isiariably ~ '~'~ ganism must be very smalL It may Have you neglected your Kidneys'
the SOul FM117 Uhb j)~of be like an oyster or a mulluak. We Have you overworked your nervous U U III1N W '
j SSI5DWU.WBYT.inInGL cannot -~c its organism, yet we know system and caused trouble with your
it has life."
the body lightem ImmedIately k!di~eyM and bladder? Have YOU pains
as~ seth.
7; ~ plan Is to p~otopaph the soul "Mr. Price mys all clergymen ~ ~ ~ back, groin and blad- 3 TA
4.4 the face,
of big experiments, because if the
corporeal existence the soul
ought to be Interested ii the der' Have you a appearaace~ 5
pr yen it wUl put an end to infidelity. I eyes? Too frequent a desire to pan bypsetlue the amera, as it records As yet the authorities at Bellevue urine? If so, IVililams' Kidney ~ Don't
are. Isspeaklngolthesubject to- swelter
many things lOt TWbIc to the naked have not taken up Professor Price's r will cure you-at Druggist Price 50c. mmerwnh the ternWilliams' Manufacturing Co., Props.,
Cleveland, 0. Sold by Suw~nnee perature at 110. Get
4 'e. "I would like to have about a h~f ROGERS' LIVERWORT ~ apr.~~~~ a New Perfection
doses scientific sea Is the room as Ta, and (meisiagus
wilseases to the experiment, and I Wick Blue name Oil
would also wait a stop watch to re- For the complete cure of Coughs, WRECKED S. A. L. TRAI!i.
V Coldi, Asthma and Bronchitis and air __________ ,Stove and have a cool
"Have you formed any idea of Lung complaints tending to Consump- Negro Purposely Opened Switch as what the soul looks like?" asked a r~- tion Liverwort, Tar aud Wild Cherry, Tr~iin Left station. ~
~'I don't know what it looks like," have for ages maintained an estab- Littleton. N. C., July G.-Seaboard ~ Mr. "but i ~ sure ~ lished reputation as a standard Cough Air Line passenger train No. 38, from ~JIf~~ jfl~~ FInte 011
An.,* wmA@tt mtw* th3n Ar.ii'hm '* R.~medv. It contains no oiAum or AtlantA tA Pnrt~rnnnth ~r ~


Amitaoas to provide a method forLi e O k M Ig Co
I" .seory of the illicit sale of L v a '
,Wcsdug liquors within the cor-Co "rel aits of the City of Live
(ak, Florida, to Punish fal-se
oferng therein, and to arrest the Mnfcueso
""sor Making such l:icit sale.131MIAL3UD M
Ve t~ ordained by the Mayor and Lumber, Shingles, cEeti ihs e h eun sbtldyugta
C" CGDCil ofthe City Of Uive Oak,leEeti LihsWetegnueisbtedyueta
Pideal drink of Coc-Cola, superior to Whoever within the Power and Turrpentine, that served at any fountain. # Just ex.Wrate limits of the City of Live atytepoe muto h oa
k.Florida, shall be found in any ElcrcLgt nany part of the it frshCola syrp is, used; just the proe
pbcpatin a state of intoica- RsdneoBuissHte.
osrbitruor in any way Reiec rBsns ouses at a very reasonable rate. ony h rs &andl -ty r is se wthe, beans
nightenc curet- inoiftn gee Coa-oa sterilized bottles. Kee
Ow thifeeEolnoictn ectrc powe-a and nih urn-or manufactur-l _talas in your refrigerator, and drink
3pQIr, 10 that he or she does not I I Aer-uay
ms" jnA natural manner, shall bel ing purposes. *the botd artkcl wherver you go
w~e inchrgeby heMarhalor Wholesale ond retail lee-out of City orders have spe- muvlgCci~aBtln mu
my policeman or the CiRY of Live' AKOVILFA
06k riorida. &ad detained in custody cial attention, and all orders aromptly filled. Lv AI W rs itiuos uant aitn
~jjsoeran shllthen be taken
MO he M1ayor In order that he or Weoo ill give You gaod Prices on low grade Ceiling andLv Oak Botling Wok Taylor and LaFayette counties.
may be required to disclose fromCoeadgturpis
be or she purchased such in-
39 liquor.
gKIto 2. When such person Is'o
tl befo ire he m xorn he tui is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is:
shllreuie imorhe t 3i to Savannah ua.
1) ader oath as to where, when broad enough to accommodate all, and
from whom he or she purchased
j~xcaig iuo nduonhsRound trip $3.00; to Charleston, S. C. round; HEEAE0SPTOS
Wp refusing to tetify at all, or trip $5.00. Special train leaves Jacksonville 9- 1.0h on ok ihtersalsvns
his or her testifying in such a A M, on Jul .0 2. -The breadv, inner, striving to accumulate a fund
Wjst la t aort e-1t vii a h ATLANTIC to procure a home, or a competency for old age
that his or her testimony ISCO S LINE, Returning on any train u o 3. -The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and
we Or false, the Mayor af ter Ipto$heicmprvd.
without efet iala-Jl .For further information apply to4. -rhoie with idle funds awaiting other investment.:
him or her to be in contempilt
court. &ad Iigal punish such con.: f [RANK C. B&LSTON, D~tit Passnger Agent.ITEFRTNTOA AK i~ Ok lrd
Pt imprisonmlent in the city' 138 West Bay St. jacksonville, I Ia. .,--,-* 44 ----.4
Wo eictwding twenty days or by_________________________________sON exceeding fifty dollars ($50 1,'~ FA'lll1iNFM~T E A IF
b, both sutch tine and imprisou- i PATNT
j#1g3. if upon the ExamlfintIion Noticc is herebyv i~e that the SAOR
lundersj,,ned Will, on Oe '24th day of
t10std in stitiu 1. the person .Iik. A. D. D11i7, apply to lion' N.B OR
bt (p* the Nia~or shall dis- Ii. irowardl, I(overir o)f the State of the uratte of the person from Florida, for Letters Platent, ilicorhe~ ~ ~~~~~1 rrseprhsdsc n ating "The Union Milling and Sup-Ailn
I l Ciunder th~e followingRalw y
lial liquor, and the place and Iat'icles o01 incworporation: mm
gi such purchase and tpstit in! E-. I WS E,
a imaunnr as to lead the Mayor \V C. B3EVAN, Savannan, Columbia, CmeSouthern Pies
W#"v that the testimony is pro-,RJ.ALN Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Strue, the Ma' or shall then and!I .iLNSN Philadelphia and. New York.
reduce or caus'w to be reduced J. T. \VARIDi.
SaM togtimnony to writing, and Article's of1 IneorlHirationI. iiiirirrnaii rnMIL %fnfi
No. 4, ten shares.
M tb* foregoing Ordin~iiice W. C. Bevan. live Oak. Via.. It. F '.~rs. E A.. Simpeon, 500 Craig SL, Knoxville,
ItS !Iggl~r[~ Passed by the I). No. 2, ten shares. ~ ~ PIRK. ~ Te '. writes: I have been trying the bathsof
H. .1. Allen. Live Oak, FIa., It. F Wit springs Ark., for rncia~c rheumatism, but I Ii
~m ~:cre relief from Ballards Snow Liniment

HE T1% 11kL11(LV. !,X segste1, hm f herights' VISIT 704 POPULAE HEALTH AMUQ PUA g

UVE~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~) Oi '&: KJ T .t A %'1 tl ,,!io c trien~t to life and

Publiahed every After2QOa k"* oi t.v0: .0
kiJ :10 '. ~Ald that the refuse
J. F. SHERWOOD, E-L-j,- iad tot~~ :'~''' "'~ :~r'orts will make
IneeW.-~. 2~u: oas he' world it sub- *Wi4 006 UP" TNI WWWA
i~ !.ckii .d 'A'.I 'le _!r.6SLrt' Of ten POUndsl

te.Nvm ,103. -4i T::.v have tried~ M ineral Springs, Hotel aiW

THE IVEOA[ ~3LiiL i CII'%M ~ ~ A. i '~:uaeria ca beWATER IN EVERY ROOM. BIL6401ARTA&LUg

~~a.:e~~~~~~1,it * K .*.. :hdoWell to RATES REASONABLE

314"_M P I* S. )')r :: a '' and muake
~e: ~a. s: '~~ ~.N ~. ~ 'u~strets igF ADDRESS PfRKK HOTEL DOW61MG PFARK4 Ft

e~,' x* --ei ..AIiid 110 nient official w ho knows something~
_________________ . .. ~ it nt to. about Srandai I Oil methods and T.~-*

.A: 2 :1~-L I~ > z V %' o.p.. rati0I1s. H e added : I, o
A 'i ta1is laid' 'An analysis of the tigurtes on Ot. L
:~ 2T.'~- "0,11Ata' lns~ante hos. 'rrust finances given in the testimon-. Jey VM1
:.:~-~** ~ h,. ~at Chicago Saturdav reveals some- 3a%* ..~ ~~2S-' w.~ .... .L ~ ctlI ~ke (0touniding facts. The capital was givten

in i > ~ ~ ~I ~ ii ~ $~ '4,3Ol00,000I; dividends in th rt .- .:1* L
an.~ a :~K17 .i ~ -*4-; mad keP- nett earninLgs for 19)J as ~1~'. ~ 4tU

R~:cr4. -. w: ~ ~ I~I(* mill: for 1)4 as ~ i~ii and ford

.14 a
-. .::'j>-~:.- -. *'ijlit7 Inter- Lool at these figures. showjIjn. .9
.1: 7- --.::c !ta the dlivillei,ds on the capital stockI of.....- I A,
f 4~

a...~ or''~ $ 4 4 ) 1)0 0' '4

co.~ ~Z3,: Z~ '.t- '''.ll U
LIt to

c..4~.:: -- .~ ~ Bn Til- IKick to (i ul Stirike. '

ca p. N-.;'

go ~ ...- A! -- .. -2:., M~dA N- w Yori. ,iividoend fobr I 4- th, to tkothjrd. J_________________________-.1:o.,1. (l 'rgd w ith r.4ich m c;t, !an i:, ; s il~.~.. .erous a:.I A:~o~ St ... : na!or Tillman. Yo;i can, Trace(. t!;e li). jvd ,
contrm'Y~~~~~~r. *:L~ -.. % .. : u s ut one wife to tk' v-ffeots of the aitr c' j
one d ub~. :.::~:z. .- : *.".~ ~ u~h br him, and the ( ". tca sted a r a < 1
t~lrab~ a nT.a .- *.. -. -- .11o ')uliv moan in the mii d for oil anl a coP.-sk$l~t~fT ri~m.
and yet:b~r.~a: .- 1A~oC free from scandal pi s. That ear ainpetars to ia,
ingortn'o~:. ~~ -- -That New York woman beuthe 1banner~ ipar for dividw1 !4 courage~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~ t ~ ~ - - - - ***. J Ijl choice of Senators; she atIja! profits, the forl1ter 1w~ i 4 51 OD their jremi~~ ~. .-a;::,~~ ~ ~ ~ alliance with old \711 a l th e ariii
~~tauding~~Pa" toua.~. : ho ii said to be a lit- :"m', I,,'
ves.~l5 wh~> n such inatters. 'Th o APital s04cK of T i '
ii ~~Ih'r .jh~ I CL
that the Women 01 the .\l~K! .-'i2 i 'I
~ L t Kr L:. I T' '..' L %~i ~ ~,.................___


loCwl AND PtRSONARStr Bertha, wh hav bee visiting 'c beLe a
ht re a d -t M a y o re tu rn e d to h e V 1 o fen s 2r a d rs W F T &

*I-r andL~ atnt
R fE 8W 'I TE E T B IF Y home in Georgia yesterday. prn',X .adM s .F ak

*s Vn t inem unt today.
C.HRw N CL E D:I FO R DE M 0.. c D .f~ ~ L t o( a nu a
i u~ b a S this tirn n onrn n : n fa viusita
ohe. sister, WI.Oma-on has nota roue,'ar
--------------- 4wl-111 ~ e as n t se N a ~ f R i o ie:s A li be ted at the H igh School
*-S nersi0orning, at aim"
TIET COME AND THEY 60 .Hiiswn oAlni

CI v od y o tt n t oe Ae ting ofE t71 A] n w f e t N
yews of IUt* Oak and Suane tI % .N atedt-meig
~atbtrDiJ a~ i will Vr~ g i 0b R E
aSent a week or ten, reliabilit% A look .'IHlaeter u:~o ieO
iloemuI7 Gabre y the Demo. 4~v A through'will Convince you. if 0 aeter~'z ~i.L'~O'
_ _ _ _ _ _ ~~O w a n t to g e t P O S t e d c o m e to u -;.' t ~ t t~ e ~ : si 1 b e c o p s bu! 1% iil es IK i sc.s i n t he ir n'#
J. S.e~ KirkV who moved here from 0
F'or an atitaii)e ride, phone 10g. hr toda 0 ~i:ls adt i
relatives and to~ vi.i [0 editor Xf
F o r~~~~~~~~~~ r l. a : e J. C y e ,i;'~ a C ~ i ta n k d v o c a t e w ill
:1 .tL*Y)nlo.:,o evening, ant
We make it our business to get the best arodit
j.L. Toolo'. D bowling Park, was i';for Jacksonville and will saii yo aloo uorr to delaxu t ~-..1uo ohnon
Mth ei ~ n e g l f t i l r ~ i o ~ o E t e t oi m o r i n g Ib u +. d : ~ h r : d ~ b t l a f
*4 M id a -co:~ ~ o r g a n iv t J
Frtn t th l t ism r nn. of R indayd C-o K Colse~ on 011 In th ir t-v. i~h t k i
~. r ai~ hu tr. t I~x oI( Slillivan's Island for the su m r a :P "o, 1h r e~ m

i *a s h e r e % s t e r d a t A o p p n g A, a t r a j 1 e n o f T
Adrih rinolteSaoard e, a l A-'- watkcht I the growth h
Mitz jBe.sie Bardin left yesterday Ysterday' ran off h o traci\ near Pea h p1e sur
for suianiwe Springs. Cc.making a bad l '~ As a con-cok c:i:w nihptar.aJ

of th s j 'uence the east bound train, due~ J B B0TN O ~T .:.s U u~
Hge IU~'t ~ c~eat 4:40) p. Ill.. did not arrit,-- J. B. BA RTON &. CO OeinN
1 jono& M urphyv Shoes. Butlo,, Aiahr e'lc
i1uttir.* rt :,rlling this week for $5. kII Lr, C AiB L -AA E I f Sa:oa ui"dI
H. CABLL MANAGER t A! iariin, an
ldJ & M S h o eis o r n i t'zly ,;o ld It)!*i ~ j ri ai L i o a '' u h la l :i

4;$WklA t-tt'rdia \ to sped a week Butler Bros., for $5.AN So1It a.i ng p r,

S 'he. ltW hla"
M rs. W It. Ioruian arrived he e __________ !j.~ ) I dn ha U ty :
Sriti ger, of Jasper, was he icrtr a r m F ~ ifg o l c i ~: ~ : D w n K 1 1 ''* ~ ~ h d h s Itt

4,011111\, and left tar her Aai~ 0i ________IA~Ix l .vk'~in~ a
li ti t n. inlg to a w rect'k oil t h,, AT~> .1~ -~ c
~# k I I S I..I I w ett t o t h e n e a r P e a c o v k s h elito, 21 ~ F i I T i
~, ~ .'~t rdaI llld to g ) to Houston )v on ivk e

%efitto hi lione Illat rate of 50 cents round trpwith enin .. 'YY'~ u.Min''mum of ten fares. all on W.) 4 4- I
A. Brwn, ormely of'raiplapro-tiket Agent Phone 1 52 for 01i
Ilases; to open 111 it three-c'luir white, 4 fu-1. nwp~0
~ bea aut ait ~ ra' i K of ny a r'ier shloj in Iv\e a k w ithin t hiirty '\i,. ~~ tr.a w % i u e a .

H o ar- s. T he location has not as V tV i r J ne it uk *14
bA een decided tipion, but i,1 Njill 114 tokl til il 114 Vi Combine. ~ lar~
mlade kiio~ ii ill the. IDtio(-ri ill till
~i kN(-A Yorox, jqi>
SA. oett' hmiij a gijt~d of the Ethel. tii..IIo Jre

Jo it). S Ill*i Ih \\tfT i l fl prb )soB u t R e n an 1 1) G. t n A s o f W e l l o r n S k d a n J o ti n t e t one y P f . . .
r' I e t ) ',' at W l o n, Ed Porter, M arvin f u ler' a nld i. X .H11.,:k t ,i i

JIN PE.%(X7Lkr- IV, JULT It.

Me-Upin lkxs. TATE HAPPFN1\0s.
Miss Lillie Ge'ger opened he7
ack). Ste Vxe,4 (nint Ni.iny ot the cit school here Xlonda a we-ek .1, k pv
rep ru a good setool. hay-g enro':f d Toun, in Flocitta. [HIRT WITH IOUR PHIS11T STIT101 11 LIff
thirty the firs: day. and tha:
0 10 PP[PIH[ IOU051LI 100 16000 P11119 POSIT101
number izz zzn': ir-creas nz. We f v: 070 S sure that, a:11 a'ronz; az v6e.' as -a!' '"L pupil's wi:11 :ike hv7.
Bv attoding the "Populir Summer SckW
We uii: havt TO 00Z47d'-,1:a*A' 0Agtnt Nlr. Herman Hai r ing stra'zh. in behind t-e 4r 'ter#
coa-zt Line Railway up.*,:,, a, :al -* fave decided to erecT a nvw ZAI'l', 41V
Lere. The carptnter zan;., ht-re all this week- at wor'1. u: 4v
uLde-stand it will be sorrn -,Ao
t h rre, H
will be made.

We are verN giad rt?,po., 11m. D. S. w c, 1-as t-t-t:1
is improving. Her a
physician, Dr. AnderSoM. 0
ter bac'h to Dr. Jjo:Te,;zValdosta, Ga.. where she w-!!' rena n a -Zma.
until he has regained her g, ni: a
We (*rtainl%. hoie thnat she wil,,
t: 0', k) tbe able to reTu7r horne her mu, wanted hea';-zt. ,k h
M r t
B)ron Harrv:'. to eC h t tt G i F at: en! 4-rd

He ika va::t-d
sister, Mr-s- w -o w A. n 0, f-e'7!t-%A !0 YV. We "ndt,7, ,and he u,11 ,he Srandard 'onimere al ort F101,11-1a and
Of : t- U"I't"rI. i oilege in n
t h e b t Summer School in this section.
7, a
Zo'.:o- F'a
$406009 $50.00, $7 5.00.
1-ir e fcr and special summer (announorrX,...
CI!, atalo,rue
M o".

r, i A .1 11 1
T I I I C. 7.
Cor. Ohio Ave. anid LANE 31H

PresPlent a.. I Pl*opl'ietul

D \Vil--, K;u - - - - - - - - -
acli n
Hrf T"Ndk

W .E Wish Vo obearimndTht
wecryat ALL. times a full line of Buildeis jue
Supplies such as Naits, OiLs, Vaishes, Sash, Doors, Muds, "ha~p .4aid etc. In fact everything that comes un- a owI lf
der the head of "Nhilhes adwAre." If you are going u ~ewpa
toBUfLD or PAINT. It will pay you to see us iW%"tantfa*Udwf&

before placing your order, The ~'a'rVviwu
_______________________ In a0Mowe cOMomca than M any rfau'oAco amw usedA. tb Awmjm COWM V am~ mome t fa l lb mai Mmeagy o AkbW b*@ gtly n any oW &iM ow~ b raet onea An*MphmatIal *0a6lpVVa, n Uto iue .fect thatar at me urt*& sad a hoW~~~~ bat VWi ito whtMs
HOW about thoseSwmflraeCo
*.dy~dh SCREENS. That you have bees
~ iuteadi1g to Pt it this Summer? Come
FOUK k cw" ad see us about it, aid let us give you
at estimate 03 the job.
________________Oki.SUANE HADWR COii na nf MP aNY. i


XsM at spO 110m "D the hassf h m ts E 6
Uew hbas bes vsdu MMr. Istvm b0e h"s bwe W&-Wi bY WAML.

~ _______debater, a skiled parlSAIrNGSW" n

@a ea & T to her daughter, Mms Min Sa Kesey, vhs bas; m an of broad, safe judgment a"d ma
j. A. (hiIB a~d bw no* A Au wbse visiting home folks at ERSUsiM for a qutoed hoesty, Mr. Adam WWl- 3
etbm.week, returned homne yoeturfy. alway wield a strong inence in
Sephs ad unt. iss de((~ayo3,the affairs of the state. Further doonNui 1sbes nd 1~h MssAd CayWwho ha e velopments in conneiCtonl with his -. i
s Ky Stephes% at Branford, m in visiting her sister at D-.wling Park, cudanacy are awaited with lnt~tr. Iini
Soe city, gnods of Mrs. LB. Sutton. rtne ystda tohrhm n No one sems to take seriously the.j
______Peacock. candidacy of Thomas J. Laud Brown, ULSem
pan &bra a* of Tampa, further thasto Indicate AlUrn. W.R. Dorian .came over Mins Sadie Green, who i6 teaching the fact the Congressman Sparkman
broll Houft~ today. In Ellaville and wip has been home will not be a candidate for the sen______to spend the Fourth, returned to her ate. But if Mr. Brown knows what PP 0
Mrs. Bryu a rtn tBafrshokudy 0 dMV XL 9
Madi @ razod sholSuda.Mr. Sparkman has decided, he is in of 000lo'
heepossession of information that no one *, Win be If7teft 8 w
r.and Mrs. Lee Fletcher, Of els h bee able to get. It Is a 3 h ~
G.W- Tw Os0Rk~ E Luraville, wure here yesterday on a popular saying here that "no one but
here today. visit to her mother, Mrs. N. E. Clem- God knows'what Steve Sparkman In- ~L
Mma and returned to their home in tends doing-and he~ won't tell." For fd yteWv D ie ssy fPdOk itiil hsi@~~g Another candidate whomf the people,
t~tdYrefuse to take seriously is Achiii W-V------- ---A. D. Hemming, Of Live Oak, was Bead.
'4MrsJ .W. Log* ofPnggnt In town a short time Tuesday. He in- When W. J. Bryan was in Talla- VE i. f P .
was hes shop~ng oday.formed us that the improvements at hanse@ recently for the firt tim 12e u ti Du x

ROL. Wash Fletcher, Of Pinemount, Fenholloway Spring, which he hasmotshsfinsoospca
light in calling him Senator Bryan, o m s
Was here lltrdy ad in contemplation for sime time, adi ee aldt rn ot H
are ssumng atangble hapeandsmile. Mr. Bryan's ambition iB to rep--__________J. I nd Oak Roay. ofRebrit now seems only a question Of time resent 'Florida in the United State
in ~~ toda~~ when ample accommodations for vlsi- senate and it is an ambition that 1Iauatrr Adbik iT

M es oiaad meare-tors will be provided there and expet him to realize sooper or later. weSii1GfW A vrd
bWy Of Me~lpin who have been visit- another resort opened to 1,11. public.HeasaytmdenidctonfSp g Gn rAfCcaC ,
intention to enter the race in the Mellw, Raspote vA GhWa IL4= M~ ftg relate here, returned home to- The water there is considered as pos- next campin sesingmedcinl popetie ofa vry John IL Neeley, who has seriously To)
Quite a number from here attend- high order and only needs proper considered becoming a candidate for
ed the picnic at lNew Hp toay advertising to bring it into great de- Railroad Commissioner and who re Every Gallon of water used is Art~im.
mand.-Perry Herald. ceived flattering mention in connec- tilled, my water pipe is connected WMb
Mrs. C. C. 0ook presented her hus- tion therewith, has anounced that he
band with a Ane daughter yesterday. E. Pery Mills who for some time! wil is ucnditodtat. Nee
______- i isundrstod hatMr.NeeeyIn every respect my plant is entirely W46
Mrs Taeof ~nCte, ws hrehas been the efficient bookkeeper for will give support to Mr. Solotmn'5. Electrical power.
Mrs Tae, f Lncste, ws hrethe Suwannee Hardware Co., went candidacy. Mr. Neeley served as j We ane prepared to furnish these g"s t* d
thiar nigkn.ot o ol down to his home at Rossburg yester- secretary of the first commission and
ParLdaY, accompanied by Mrs. Mills. is well known in the state. He has

MImes Lillie and Norma Stephens. a lucrative law practice In Tallahasof ranord ar gest ofMrs ~.D.Charley Westmoreland is nowbook-'see and is a young man of promise.
of rafor, re uets f rs.J.D.keeper for the Suwannee Hardware Mr. Soloman Is one of the best!
~______Co. known men in Florida, and has plenty!e O a

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