Live Oak daily Democrat

Material Information

Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Evening Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 25, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


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.
General Note:
Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002042454 ( ALEPH )
33273861 ( OCLC )
AKN0318 ( NOTIS )
sn 95026788 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
Suwannee Democrat


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text

,/ .


t .; +












t t three Sung and Prayers Were0ilered
Hymn Memphis Commercial Appeal GivesSummary'
| Feminine Workers--
of Crop CoI1d1tioaa-

Saloon Interests Soon Plant Small But Healtby- _,
!. Color Good ,

i -
F' Valdosta, Ga.. June 24.--One oftie .
Memphis Tenn., June 25.-The v

most remarkable prohibitionist .yy, M, isA Commercial Appeal will tomorrow j jI
elections ever held in Georgia ended
overwhelming print the following summary of crop -i
hero this evening with an e. I!

Tlctcry for the prohibitionists. r1 \ ,\ ." conditions compiled from reports received

Tee prohibitionists had the best from their special correspondents
orcaaUatlon ever known In the country ,- throughout the cotton, belt. -":;

the main strength being the wo .$ / awn The cotton crop has made material ;j

me auxiliaries In every district. The k7 advancement during the week. An

yrohls outgeneraled their opponents &.1 I Important step forward has been
at every turn, the antis being unableto [ f\\' 4I :.rS. J made in cultivation and, excepting a

get a strong organization of the 1 few scattering localities the crop la I

business men. clean and in an excellent state of. :

The prohls held rallies everywhere -1"c cultivation for the season. An excep-

yesterday, and after the big meetingat : tion to this is the state of Oklahoma I

the Opera House a committee of ( 4VLJ.&iiJ. where rains during the week kept i

ever 100 was sent to trains to meet \ labor from the fields.

buds from Fitzgerald and Savannahaid 2:7sza note that the pla f'Correspondents j

persuade them to return home. a though still quite small Is heat

The prohls paid their expenses and 8- and In a condition to respond wer

gale them a good sum and told them favorable future conditions show I
-Webster in
Chicago inter Ocean.
that the bands were not needed. such occur. The crop is still twos\ .

They also visited several negro worker four weeks late however accordU\y

aad Informed them that It was to. XEW ORLEANS DEEPLY STIRRED. THE GREAT INQUIRY BEGINS. TAFTS FUTURE MOVEMENT. locality and in many sections < 1-

to a white folks' election. The conse- I the central and eastern cotton belt :

t..ace was the negroes did not vote Fifteen Italians Arrested State Also Reese Will Enjoin State Fair I!Careful Report of What the Roosevelt the conditions have not been re

to lay great extent, the prohls pro- Troaps Ready to Prevent Appropriation. r Choice Is to Do. medied. The older planted cotton In,

bull getting a majority of those who Lynching.New Pensacola, June 23.-Representative Washington, June 24.-Bronasd the southern districts Is fruiting

featured to the polls. Orleans, June 24. The State R. blooms are reported from several of
Pope Reese who representedthis and tired
pretty well out yet in good '
Tie ladies were at the church at militia was notified today by Gover- county In the recent session of these sections and in other places the ,

4 attack this morning and marched nor Blanchard to hold itself in In- the legislature and who at the con- health except for hoarseness Secre- stalk la taking on bolls. i'

01 the polls before 6 o'clock. They stant readiness to protect the Italians clusion of the term, was appointeda tary of War Taft returned to Wash- Such rainfall as occurred, with the

forced a line on each aide of thewalk arrested in the Lamana kidnapping member of 'the commission to In- ington from his Western trip Satur- exception of Oklahoma, as noted

,. extending from the Court Houseto case. This order was issued but the vestigate into the acts.of the trusteesof day. Mr. Taft in recounting his trip above',_ was highly beneficial, comingas \

the middle of Central avenue leav- prisoners will probably be transferredin the Internal Improvement Fund of i said that altogether it had been a it did, following through cultivation 1

tag a passage four feet wide for voters a few days from the New Orleans the State left this afternoon for Tallahassee -' pleasant though rather hard one as he and nowhere has the cotton suffered =4
yet from lack of moisture. Over'I
to walk through to cast their parish prison to Saint Charles parish where the commission is to had spent nine of fourteen nights he
the entire central and eastern belt .
votes There were probably five hundred where the boy was killed and where convene tomorrow. It is expectedthat was absent on railroad trains. He said
however the rains were local in
women on hand. the trials must be held. This parishIs the session of the commission, he had entirely recovered from the
character and light In quality.
Out la the crowds the ladles worked an entirely rural community with will be of about three months' duration attack of illness he had suffered at
Temperatures were high and the 1,
among the voters urging them to small police protection. It is also ex- as it is the intention of the mem- St. Paul. The Secretary said the .,4f
cotton Is taking on the best color It
tOte Ue dry ticket and supplying pected that escorts will be needed If bers to examine the records and ac- trouble was one of ptomaine poison- '
has yet had. The Carolinas alonecomplained
voters with badges and tickets. In the police arrest any of.the four Ital- counts of the body covering the years Ing, but it had passed away in a day
of rather cool nights and 1
tab way quite a good many votes ians still at large who, are charged since its creation, which will be about and he new felt no ill effects from It.
slightly less plant growth than would
.... captured for the dry side. This with the murder by those now under fifty years. It is anticipated by many Tomorrow the Secretary will leave otherwise have occurred. ...

fretTUBme is said to have been car- arrest. members of the legislature that when for New Haven to attend the com-
In Texas and western Louisianaboll
ifed out at every precinct in the Although, in the city .the excitement the report of this commission is con- mencement exercises of Yale University '
f weevil are reported, but they
Maty, has entirely subsided yet the cluded that Governor'Broward upon of which corporation he Is a have
as yet done little damage. _
,%.prohls also served Ice tea lem- temper of the crowds were shown today its receipt will call an extra sessionof :member. He will return to this city i
I -
,sot coffee and sandwiches, etc. when one hundred formed and, the Florida legislature to hear the I about the middle of next week. Then Woodmen to Have Call Meeting. j

i i total vote in the county was made threats at the United States report and take such steps as may be after a brief stay he will go to Mur-
for Italian The fact that the trustees the There will be a call meeting of the J
prohibition and 437 for custom house against an necessary. ray Bay on St. Lawrence river

ibltion. Every precinct In whose name closely resembles that of have been criticised to a great extent where for the month of July he will Woodmen of the World at their hall 1

county went dry and Valdostai one of the murder suspects and who during the administration of the pres- spend his vacation. August will see 'tonight. Special business to be

I i majority for that side. was being quizzed by a police officer. ent governor leads many to believe him again In Washington where with transacted and a good attendance re ,-

Up to tonight-fifteen prisoners have I more firmly that an extra session will the exception of a trip to Tulsa Okla., quested. {
THAT COMMITTEE MEETS.hvestigste been placed in the Orleans parish I be held immediately after the receiptof he will remain during the month.
cording to a company which will In'j
I prison, three of them women. The i the report.: Representative Reese During that time he will be engagedon :;
> Internal stall a mechanical announcer in the
Improvement state will attempt to charge conspiracy before leaving today, stated that he his annual report to Congress.The .
Board_Open Seeekm Grand Central Station. This machine ,;
Will Be
6M in the murder against the half of intended within a very short time en- proposed visit to Tulsa is to which is an electrical apparatus call- '
those under arrest and the murder joining the state from paying to the make an address to the members of ed the telemagnophone, will announce .J
RiUaassee. June 24. The Duringthe DeFuniak fair associa- the Republican convention of Okla-
com- Itself against one of them. Tampa and all trains at the same instant, ':.
treated by the legislature toM day two prisoners whose safety tions the amounts appropriated for homa. The date however, has not in the waiting room the barber shop

{ the investigation of the acts was feared for in a neighboring the encouragement of these annual been definitely decided on. There the restaurant, and in fact, every :

tat trustees of the Internal I rant parish Jail were brought to New events. He claims that it is uncon- are several matters demanding his where In the building in a voice loud ,J
Fund legislature to immediate attention one of which Is
from the beginning Orleans.In stitutional for enough for every person to hear. It :j
I tat trust to the present time, met addition to his order to the make appropriations for such pur- the question of the purchase of the will also announce the fact to per-

1Laited this afternoon. The State militia, Governor Blanchardtook poses, and says he Is joined in the Cuban church property Havana, including sons in the street, so the concern

i consists of Senators Tram- steps today to have a special session belief by Representative Rowe of the old Custom House for which is putting in the apparatussays

Cgne Leggett; Representatives of court in St Charles parish Madison county who he named as a $2.000,000. the option of which ex- ,

.Carter. Knight and Matthews. to try the combined kidnapping and]I party in the enjoinder proceedings.The pires Jane 30. "The machine is built especially for .
Not word would the Secretarysa
rutton of the committee was murder charges.A last legislature appropriated a theaters hotels railroad stations, restaurants -

x i by choosing Mr. Carter isMr $30,000 for the Florida state fair at yabout political subjects or polit- warehouses and other big

1 Reese as vice chalrMr. Fire Madison. I Tampa and $4,000 for the west ical conditions as he saw them on concerns. The company also hopesto

tad Trammell as secretary 24.-Yester- : Florida fair at DeFuniak. his trip. install its machinery in the subway -
Madison Fla., June
saS aeeoutanu will arrive to- and on the elevated roads, in the
day a store owned by w. L. Parra- INVENTION OF GEORGIA 3L\V.
sad work will begin Tuesday | Killed By Friend. trains and at the stations. ,1
at Rutledge and Range streets
more Car-
1U sessions wll be open Dalton, Ga.. June 23.-John "It works something like a mu :-, a
was destroyed by fire the origin of farmer liv- To Take Place of Human Train An .
lkrsons with charges against roll, a prosperous young tlple megaphone, although the
which is unknown. It was occupied shot and killed by nouncer. =
will have an opportunity ing near here was tor says It Is on an entirely nt
by a barber, who ran a pool table. friend while the -
mod. u Is the intention of Harris Holland a New York, June 24.-A Georgiaman principle. The announcer lks
The contents of the building were a home late yesterday -
s 3 to thoroughly investlial two were returning is the inventor of a mechanical through a transmitter, which throws !
total loss. Building and contents Carroll had just secured a '
** acts from the begln- announcer to take the place of the his voice magnified many times to
insured. The adjoining build- license and was to have been
tat trust were marriage loud-lunged individual who shouts all of the receivers. One hundred
the First National It is said the two
Y ing occupied by married today. the departure of trains in depots and and eight receivers can work from the
postoffice being of drinking and became involved -
Bank and the
had been
$iOW transmitter well
fit Montana In hotels.It one Just as as one
which "
Moat, June 21.-Fourteen brick. was saved. In a quarrell Carroll. Holland is also to do duty in other ways. the management asserts. So the one
mow Ml In Suite today, Holland The Telegraph says: "The public announcer man at the Grand Central can talk
tfall the streets were a Little Florida Randall who has has not been arrested. with the deep basso voice into the trasmltter in an ordinarytone I"

The government rain been visiting her sister, Mrs.. S. A. Hats and Chiffon has been relegated to :Mars Venus and be heard in every nook and '}
latest Sailor
'e4 net water preclpIUbeats. Hlnely left for her home in Madison The Ladles Emporium. 24-2 anywhere, so it is off the earthi-ac- cranny of the big static.
1 X today. Veils at the -'

, .l

. ,. .,.
. -''':>-'z,,, "" ; "- -


Q4.'JC Tt. T. ..JmIJI"J -. ...:.. rJ

-. -'- ._ .
; t -= -

i I : ) ;: : ill ( ) III.UII UI..1 Itll..t. }..; .! : : : : : :: ::::: If

fi I - . . .. ... .. .. -

.f J,! :'l" ;;;.Live: Oak Publishing Company ;11 11t ]"

I ._
--S"== == .

t i"1 Book, News and Commercial

OCU slack of Band j in.... .. .. \ PRINTERS / / .. .

;T en and tag .Papers Is -

I ::ai one of,the largest carried 19I01'p/J is too large and

In lorida and lDL.a. email
I none too .:; r

)? : well equipped modem- &rrnt- :

t : : us .to handle and

t i ing ;r'lant new typs and.. .artistic :

i printers we can furnish !. everythiny in a ;

t ..: .. you with Stationery as cheap t; the tPrintinyjCine .

and prompt as any establishment :

In the South. :?( trial : '_" comes easily j

I .

will convince f within our limit.


}' erasy'1.1 sad taaa.s arn.isA.d : .; :

\ *. .m jfpplicmtiom .* ." : \Ale make a Specialty of TWail OrBusiness -... :

t' '
der *
; : =
/\ . . . . . 00 ._00 00. 00 J
; ,


\/ct J. :: I:

= ;to :-_ i LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. lill .

: '

I r to .o'' '- .'I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : III.. III 111111111111 Hill iilIMM 11111111111111111111111111111111111 IIIIIMIMi I III I 11111 T ..---III! 1 1.1.1111 II1I T 1111111111i1 JlIII 1.IIJillL;:

w i 7s reputation U to There U no case of indigestion, no !

Sees of m competent matter howobt1nate., that will not. CRIMDI John B. Stetson Universl,

be speedily relieved by the use of Ko-

doL Kodol contains the same Juices I, FOUR-COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOL
rkable Reecae.
band in a healthy stomach. Coo-; DELAND, FLORIDA '

& r-r. IL. than fiction forms to the Pure Food and Drugs Laxative Fruit Syrup Affiliated with the University of Oncago J.
ore been demonstrated in Law Sold d*
I by City Pharmacy.
i *
3ft- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS,-Tb*standards are those of& !>
,.. cown of Fedora.. Tean- the I Pleasant to take verstty cf Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive tkeir degrees fftaW
C. V. Pepper. He writes: When you get a blessing from God: Stetson and Cbicaeo. See the Chicago and Stetson eatalO L :
entirely disabled with when you are all alone it Is clear' The new laxative. Does COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduate*s:this College are adnatta lip:
i/ I:and u.u.m.Ixed.-ReT. M. L. Haney. > Uo law In Florida without examination '
of the lungs and throat not gripe or nauseate. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AXO SCHOOL OF)(ECU.1I..chanlcal. .' J'
; I 1 m !,
to help me and all Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual Tnie&t
t Cures stomach and liver leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment L
4.. ? had fled when I began taking He Fired the Stick. i iI COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Byn't "g la an its branches.: ieatfc
"it.Y Sings New Discovery. Then in- have fired the walking-stick rTe. troubles and chronic constipation by best methods. Shorthand and Typewritfns. Etective eosrtei.1

o. '*, f carried over 40 years, on account of a'' other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious bcdldlJL
slant relief came. The coughing by restoring the PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to eater Be-P
4 ; ;k k: soon ceased; the bleeding diminished sore that resisted every kind of treat-. natural action Yale. Princeton Cornell Michigan Chicago u4 an arst-cUst OaS f*I
} meat until I tried Bucklen's Arnica t of the stomach NORMAL AND ,MODEL SCHOOLS. Klndersartea hi IIIII'j
rapidly and In three weeks-I was Salve; that has healed the sore and I) liver and bowels. building. 2. Primary and Grammar School In separate bu&fizt-
able to go to work. Guaranteed made me a happy man.** writes John! Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.

cure for coughs and colds. 50c and Garrett, of North Mills, N. C. Guaranteed -' RafusA ubaUtxr-. Prio SOo. a building MUSIC, SCHOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pUsor 1
large faculty, thorough courses of study.
'1.00 at Barclay Groover drug for Piles. Burns, etc., by Bar- ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models, etc. '
clay & Groover, druggists. 25c. dw'A I Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors Tk4..
store. Trial bottle free. dw
green from the University of Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dart'
I .umbia. Toronto. Wake Forest, Louisville Bowdoin. Utreckf.
hour with God
quiet spent at
1Vii' I University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. flue aZ .
Vii'' A poor start is certain to mar the, beginning of the day Is the best beginning 300000.00 In *
buildings and equipment; nearly a qedo..ment Blga
I j Journey and curtia the pleasure at I for the toils and cares of active ,, ; an endowed library of over I .OOO volumes; a ---
. : the end of tne trip. II business.-Philadelphia Methodist. I with costly furnishings including stained glass windows. fall'
. I 'a 10000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete &PD3flisIz
_ I I closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts: baseball ca-.
The llagic No. $. I gridiron besides swimming golf rowing; and other sports
I. {!,legs for men and women; ten large laboratories for Che 1 ,1 ?
Number three is a wonderful re:ascot There Are Few Bacteriology. Mineralogy and Biology; several large mnseiBM--*?;

for Geo. H. Pants of Cedar! stops the cough and heals the lungs electric lights electric bells steam best, cemeata1b., sbea P*h o

" Grove Me., according to a letter i i1rhlda. people who know how to take care and avenues other, spacious students campus clubs; star shrubbery lecture and courses trees; ;Christie nodal, 1itenl7 and *' .
of themselves-the majority do not. arts caused by laSj-stka. If iL I
reads: "After suffering much. sale too trach. if yon eat a tartan teaching. The location Is beautiful and healthful aa4are
The liver is a most Important organ er :you are subject to low For catalogs views and information address theft i iLINCOLN ..,
with liver and kidney trouble and Herbine will jtUcksoflnd tJon. you han; no doubt IU'LLEPh.D... Lft- .... --
in the body keep it in cf breath,rapid heart beats
becoming greatly discouraged by the condition. V. C. Simpkins. Alba heartburn or paljaUiwa cf the heartT Dslta t

failure to find relief. I tried Electric Texas writes: "I have used Herbine Indigestion causes the stomach ta
f for Chills and Fever' and find it the expaad-swell wad poff up ajamst the
Bitters and as a result I am a wellman heart Tbs crowds the heart and inter-
best medicine I ever used. I would feces with its
acton and in the cf
today. The first bottle relieved course
I not be without it. It is as good for tm tha heart becomes diseased
me and three bottles completed the
children as it is for grown-up people
cure.** Guaranteed b st on earth for and I recommend it. It is fine for, KodolFor

stomach liver and kidney LaGrippe." Sold by Suwannee Drug

Barclay & Groover druggists "onpany dwB
Price. 50 c. dwA -

J- Crests what yea eat takes the strain off
cf the.urt.a.nd ce Les
vice is a habit men have that women i7e.ggt a.:4 heaw't aooziy rprL
K1LLnECOUCHaxo to every organ cf tbe
disapprove of. because they can- bedy. Fcr I::f.estcn, Dppea.: Soar
CU.RE THE LUNGS Stomach, InflarnnatMa
not have it, too. the mucous'
i. xecsbraaes liz irg the Stomach and Die.
:lYe Tn .Nent;;S a.nd tth
WITH Dr. King'sNew Stcca.clJ.A.u Nature's Own RemedyiSixMonth'sTreatment rto
Dout! .zZ food-s; dimes me ty
Don't let child suffer ....ithBaUard's :rheart Cie wad I .raW be.ft."Ywe.a .
your != :, I ncg> &bQcd ct gold&:1i1lt sar D's'r Jit
Eon ,
Discovery vas tzeL a core lor Ca sion 8: oesosR
Horehound Syrup a sure user&Iew bees I as eared. Iadi estiaa, etc. 2t r "
KSi bis ;.
cure for Coughs Bronchitis Influenza. ou : 'it'll. LOJGXi KCaCtS.PUD Tu,X Y. t---.a Une f p-;; : ;;:: .r &h we--fjOs
FOR L trotik*mad was is a bat
Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. OLDS fetal 8.ea free M.1heart eros .wII.. I tocY gozo2 Drsre st&e as I
Buy a bottle and try it. B. B. Laughter. 113 ALL THROAT ANOUtXGTBOCBLES.GTJASAKTEED C n fa&IQ&; rez r aCt3s&:1ii111 eared ma SLOO :';?.

Byhalia. Miss. writes; "1 have SATISPACXOR: : a KAUBLB. NcrxU.O.
two children who had croup. I tried OS MONEY Digests What You Eat AJ.o void dhwct ere at az dealers m tee and M. a.

many different remedies, but I must MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoarrllle. 'rte'

say your Horehound Syrup is the best, I utimu....tXif... .a.a.l t h'$ 1 .a sa.r+.
.., l
t. .r
Croup and Cough medicine I ever r t c.
used. Sold by Suwannee Drug Com- FOLEYSnG1ffi!! 1'.R

pay dw i 0 _. #-!1 g.....,'.. iC fI.14*4 The City Pharmacy For Sale by City PhaiWuq

---- .- -,
_. .
-------- ;- l-_ ... _
....... .

:"""' !<< ',;: i.. :. '- "; _
h --- : "< :: .. -


.Lrn "oAJ( DAILY m-MOCr.AT. TCESDAT'-'J'aE.s.l90..; .
.. "T'

ri THE SECRET OF BOUND T2IP RATES- Lookout Mt., Tenn.,-$24.15. ,'

A BEAUTIFUL Via Atlantic -Coast Line Railway Washington, D. CL,- $37.00. t

To Jamestown For further information and .- .
Expostion. I >>
fs -
,COMPLEXION $14. 0--Coach Excursion to Nor- Pullman reservations call on or w..3sr .G: .;'([;

NOW REVEALED folk on sale each Tuesday. write Frank O. Boyleston. District

FREE Limit ten days no stop over$22.55Fifteendap Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast NOW \j

beauty Is more desirable than .
, What Good Line, Jacksonville, Fla. :J
aqpAt implexlon and elegant in sleeper. Stop '
aD overs allowed 4
i ,Aa. opportunity for every wo- within limit."n.sUBixtyday -
_tf'obtain both for a limited :
ticket. Good Notice for Bids for the Erection
only. of
time in
The directions and recipe for obtaWnl sleeper. Stop overs allowed City Hall

a faultless complexion Is the within limit. -"or Rhewn&tism. CQans. ..
$32.75 Season The Bond Trustees of the City of A Sure ,Cure
guarded by the masterminds tickets. Woands..011
secret long Good in .
Lire ..
ORIENTALS -Isleepers. Oak. Florida will on the first .so. eom.. Bw s
of Stop over allowed day or July 1907 receive Bruises Contracted Mnscl, Lam B&c k..Stiff Joota,
sealed bids Fronted Feet.
GREEKS. within limit of Dec. Burns.'Scalds. etc.
fbi we obtained after years of Also: 15th. for the erection of a City Hall In suasion AN, ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues lnssss- J1!:
and drives out Pam.
and at great expense. It is the (!said city. PENETRATES the ;
work 72.65Spokane For* loosens the Fibrous T suss.
method used by the fairest and most to July 11, Wash.limit June 19, Plans and specificatloas I now on :=r'.11 a free. circulation of the Blood,'gi fag the Muscla ;J:i'''
women of Europe Sept. 15.
beantlfnl file with said Trustees.
t J
Hundreds of American women who Diverse route. Stop overs al- BEST UNMENT Oil CAXTHONCX .
use It have expressed their delight lowed west of Memphis Reserving the right to reject any TRIED ALWAYS USED
BOW or '
and satisfaction. Chicago- and all bids. CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM 1

This secret is easily understood 80.15Portland, Ore., Seattle M. L. BURNETT.
sad simple to follow and it will save Wash. Chairman Board of Bond Trustees. Hr. B. A. 30o CraIg St.,8aoz fIls.
expens&of cream..cosmetiCs. Victoria, B. C., condi- Term., writes: **I haft been toriar the bstnaof
yon the tions City of Live Oak. Florida.A Hot Spnnjs. Ark., for scUtio rtevmatism, but I -
and forever give you a same as to Spokane.
bleaChes get more relief from Bollard's Snow Liniment
beautiful complexion and free your Summer Tourists Rates than any medicine or anything I hare ever tried. ,
on Sale
bad color black- Inclocd find postoffica order for$1.00. Send
skin from pimples Lesson in Health. me
Daily, Limit October 31st. large bottle by Southern Bzpress.*
alone is worth to
beads etcIt you Healthy kidneys filter the impurities THREE SIZES: 25c, SOC AND $1.00BE
many times the price we ask you to Denver,. Colo., $57.90.
from the blood and unless they SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE
lend for the genuine diamond ringof Gainesville,. Ga.,-$17.20.
do this good health Ballard
is impossible. Snow
latest design.We Chicago, IU.,--$46.05. Foley's Co.
. will sell you this ring as one Detroit, Mich.,-44.45- Kidney Cure makes sound ST. LOUIS.: U. S. A.
iman profit above manufacturingcost kidney and bladder disease It J JSOLD
Niagara Falls N.
The price Is less than one half Y.-$48.95., strengthen the whole system. City

what others charge. The recelpe is Put-in-Bay, O.,-$42.95. Pharmacy. dw.I .
1 free, with every ring. AND RECOMMENDED BY -1
e It is 'genuine hose cut diamond
rile of sparkling brilliancy absolutely II "' i'ill I lIllllllllUUimii.MMM , , ?+, Suwannee Drug Company.

guaranteed very dainty shaped like NOTICE I
a Belcher with Tiffany setting or

UKt. gold shell at your, local Jewelerit '
: ; To Contractors and
Prospective Builders '
ronld cost considerable more than : ,1

$:We. mall recipe yon free this when beautiful your order complexion THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. Live Oak .GarageEquipped J

It reeelred for ring and |2.00 in will furnish Lime Cement .
you your Building-sand .

four Honey order order in stamps before' or our Get Is Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. for repairing and storing -

exhausted. OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. Autos.. A full supply of Gasoline and 1

This offer Is made for a limitedtime ,
only u a means of advertising Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. .i

tad Introducing our goods. The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. | Also sell the well known Columbia bat- '

Send today before this opportunity

is forgotten T. C. MOSELEY, I' II111 t 1111111111II11111111111 i 111f.t II J I Z E J.-+.a.i.l 11+h: tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs j

32 East 23rd Stret. -- ---- -. -- kept in stock. Exclusive agent for.
tf New York City.
Savill Vulcanizing :Works, Jacksonville.-

TOUR[ WRINKLES REMOVED We Sell Merchants Sample of this work. can be seen here. 1

FREEInformauon of a limple.. Only }
every wo- FOR LIVERY,

&u'can ue to drive away wrinkles.
The Favorite Reo Touring Car, used-in .
tteekbeads, pimples and give a fine
Carry of
Nor color to the cheeks and a beauti- t. Livery seating capacity for four i

fel complexion to the face. Simply .........> . . . . . > I
read names of I ladles Interested and CHASTAIN
tie tame and address of your drug-
Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal
Grits Corn
M ve will mall 2 valuable booklets

.. formation. Write to-day, this Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all Gas Engineer Proprietor

ft 78 :Tittb Are., New York. kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee Sugar, Rice, ,Phone 109. I IIi

Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, i

Lavadura Extracts Tablets Lead Pencils
Tk ,
Great Headache Cure

promo Pep sin Box Honest Paper Money, Pipes Tobaco., Paper Taffy Bags Tofu Roll and Paper. Live Oak, Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co. .

Wrigleys Chewing Gums
Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907. xwg'BT.Ot7ND
"Note the Word "

Pepsin. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, .41'1'..VVND'r

!| IP P C Headtche, Indigestion El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. l8T.1.ASIJ 20.CLASS l8T.CLAM 2NDCLasa .
.U Mail Pawn-Frt. and XMa.L A Pawn,tPassea. Frt. sad
U. it c) lasoanu, Nervousness Passgee.. Pass. f. i Pj J rier e.r I 1'NG.1. -

i On in- Na 50 NG.S. No'I. I Na a. i No.12 I No,4.Snaday .
the Spot. Visiting Merchants ara Cordially Daily ex. I Daily Sandal Daily U.
Only Sunday. .ex. Sun i 0&17 saoday.
Ofpiks. ibsolntelj! Harmless v-ted to make our office their headquarters A.Dj K. P. K. P. IL. P. K. rUDdaJ'I A. MA.M.;!I ..

u,",eWe. 10. 25. ad IOe, the city. Leave 8 Leave Z 00 Leave Z .0.....___.....Uve 0a1L._.._.............__ Amve 4 _I Am 6,401. ArriTe 10 001: Arrive 10 a5S
l8 2 18 3 47 6 44! 9 44, fS
Po : ea'e Bye 222 : ::::::: :==::-Ji-.:::::::':::::.:::::::: 343 I' C40! 54O : : Y
822 071-
OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .* IS 2! 225 315.......__......._Platt.....--..........__...... a 401 in! f a1j 10 00 .
City; 8 34 34 331..,........-.-.-.....- a : : 928' f 4S
Pharmacy Ar 845'Ar ; 40Ar, 340 ...... DoW Park. .. .... Ilr !
Lv 8 ""Lv 4 tj'Lv .00. ..-- .--. -D..wliq DC Park .-....00..00...... ... L.i :25:L., 110'L. f ZO Lv f 25
UVE UK. FLA. Co. 8 --.... Chanel .-.......-.---..-.... Ar 3 19 Ar 9 14 Ar 9 14
Live Oak Brokerage Commission S 57 4 4 'Ot---. ._._.aSdaJ.actiou. 3 5071 t 0& f10
II 10. i 39 201' ::= =:...... ...-Dal.-......::::: :::::::::::. : M's ::ILv ;W 03j! ;::

cool i 43 i/......................_..Silo...._..._....._........_ 3 4 U'Ar f' b 66. 8 8 :291O 4J 5
513: 440............._..._Townsend.............__ % 45W 8601 8 1:1
9 52S}, 500,,......_ 2 434 I 8 at '758II
___..._FenLolb _................_ 22f I 8131 '7 U
i is
900 s8 381 5 /...._._..._._.._._.. _al_............. ._.u .. t:1LO 4181 g 00. 140Ar10
TON & MUKS 05 I Ar 6 W Ar 5 45 .__.__..Hampton SPrinaL..u.nn. 2 Y'7 Lv T 13
t P 11. P. H. A. M. I P. M. I A. JL A..XU'O


lolesale and ReIDealersinPlori- ) .\XULThX llHlXCIf.

} / 1og avar'
MAHES A Frt. dt Frt. .Passe P..en i! Frt.. cis Frt dye Passes
and Western Paaa Pa.u..1 see \, cer I I Paas. ; Pa... I eft" gee

No.'7. No.9. No.lL: N..I3. ; Aiw" NG.IO.NG..IL No.1"
Dab Daily jSandayISundaJ" Daify j Darl1 ,SeadalSuodayezSua
ezSan.ezSun i Only I II Only
Athletes ex.sun.I i
EATS Brain Workers and Champion I '
f A. K. P. JL A. )(. P. M. I A.. M. P. MA.. M.. I PSL
Leave Leave I Leave I Leave i 4 Arrive Arrive Arrn'e, Arrive

: know the genuine.e 522 9 06iO,: 456! 9 953 4f,, !i41.3ij..uMayOJQDctioD..___ un""._"_ .Clark._..h........._..hh.1...... 1 739&s, 3 Z 001, 81 I 2 2m;;S

:;Phone 24. sssfeasy&VSKJSJg* 9 95g.u E:31. ::O8 lo;: : Ooj av:::::::::-::::::::_..Petersun-3layw....:.:::::::::::::::.s n }. 233 220./ ::i;1 2 2 n OZAr10 f
\ .. ... ..., .. ,
cally tired feeling so 06'Ar 5 tolArU 2i 615: uUn. AI. .u.U'" u:1.: 1 W L. a laLv 8 liLv 1 4.5
pt common in summer time. See that your dealer f
: deliveries
Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and f
SwSKSfflSSSSBMS.Jackionvile from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with other I

here in the Coca-Cola Bottliag Co..toct w'H' ..F1a i lines call on an- ticket agent.; Trains makes connection at Live Oak with. all j
Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. }
, T --- -- ------- -- J. LEE ENSIGN, PresiJent. R. P. HOPKIN, Traffic )tanager ,
City. Suwannee. Ham.lton, s.T. GRUlSHA W. Supennfenlent. 11
Live Oak Bottling Works, Taylor and LaFayette COuntIes. I ti.

: I
.. .:
.t' 4_ ,-_,,- .._ .; .....;:, _: ..... 0, ,. -- ... '..r _.!.o __ L" ; : '-"' L".A. .. __. ,.

. ,-. -. .- _. -" ". -
6 : -
'" .' ".
< "
.:.tTE0AXJWLr.B: &r. ;
." -=- .

ii .. ... .......
...... .il.... .. l .III
hroaa verandas and tightly cell: ........a..I.

I SrVVAXXEE RIVER PICNIC ed with inside: bath and J'OOI11S.dosets.provided .with lavatories iirs- : POPULAR SUMMER SIn

I i pan the Completion LerjMrffle of"the tZie Sew places and electric tights and the walls 1 A lll

Draw Bridge at
inside stained ia cherry!
t and ceilings .
;. People 3Ieet and Celebrate. eator. AH the conveniences' one! Bookkeeping, Business Practice,::Steaograp&y, Typewriting;,.1:, ,: i--

The picnic siren by the good people would wish for are provided. iae4ad- | and English Training will be conducted at: the "__.. :

f of Lafayette and Suwannee Coon- ing hot and cold baths. At the hotel: "" $

which Is under the immediate chargeof :
ties on the 15th InsL, to celebrate
Mrs. F. L Rees. who is assistedby I
of the bridge acrossl
the completion
Mrs Mah-ae Reese two as amiable .-,;.
..1' Suwannee river near Luravflle was! Live
ladiea as rev lived in '

a grand success, supasstog eves the everything -ttractive, the 0ak.1'

I Ir moat.sanguine hope of the committee I is furnished with the best the -

in charge. It was a day of merry.affords. and the best of attention is I

r making and rejoicing by the eltiseas givea gnests. As a matter of tact

of both counties for the bridge means I this is aa ideal resort. especially for

. much to them and marks another wne who needs rest.

step ia the advaacemeat of public improvement -I C. T Tttrman. who is quite Indiai -

I' in the two counties. posed is a cottager here. Mr. TttrI -

Earl la the moruag the people began I mq lives ia Live Oak and is ia the

.' to arrive and from then until the,i employ of Cot Porter.
iz aeoa hour a continual stream of Jolly fins brick .
:i B. W. Hetveastoa. has a
f't pieaieers kept cvm1Dg b to eajqy the which ""'
f I cottage here, Private property, .

festirt&e* of the day The scene presented andr is being occopted b? Yrs. Helvenstoa.Mr I Practical and intensely interesting courses of study
t a gala day appearance Hefreaatoa was a visitor here For Short, for;

the magazSceat assemblage of people;! yesterday: Mrs A. H. tvenstoa and mer work we have the best. Special class in Penmanship by tfcgf ,

gathered together beside the spark-i.i daughter Piss Maaue. and grand : Scholarships] : $40-00, S5O.OO, 75.00 and$90.00.
iadeed -
Suwannee was
Pmg waters of old ''
c1a1lglter.1Uss Jennie YTeller,of Lake
aa hrsgfrtng sig it The old,'
City are guests at the Helveastaacottage
;.0 folks came to mix and mingle with.:
x their friends, and neighbors and. the: delightful, and time.are evideatiy having a I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLE

t yocag folks were there ia large aum-,j I
'> Y r. and Mrs. Paul Burnett and
bers to add to the gaiety of the occastoa. : -'
Mr and 1Ir$.. W L. Taylor of Live and Conner St
Cor. Ohio Ave. .
.Oak. have been here for a week or
i. About xise o'clock itessrs. La&Fen
|'more. occupying a cottage but Mr.i FLORIDA 1
Weather and Ranaock.laet .; LIVE -
< }!i:,and Mrs Taylor will return home to-
the Suwaz ee Oovnty O mns-- i
F.: ;.day. Mrs. Burnett may spend the L. M. HATTON G. S. STEPHE ."
saoners and alter a thorough and ; ...:
summer here. Miss Blarche Burinett. :
carefxl ias> was accepted on; President and ProprietorGas
i who came with the party returned t
f W&.sS et the. jople by the eoExmissaaners -i+ >
1 i home Friday. t.
and the two counties were i'1! Dr. J. C. Cravly. of Peasacola a ... .. .. ...... .... ..... ... .... .. .... ....

jatDD4 tog ber SlOt by a ferry boat.: -
retired; physician, who generally
i bat Isy a rood snhstaxtisl bridge to 1;I spends the summer here arrived I Company and a dozen other small said that about the time of a mass I Attorney J. M, Riven ,

i wt cb the; yec9>le can poUt withgrade. :yesterday and is a cottager. tanks were struck by lightening and meeting in New Orleans more than a Syd L. Carter ands Pixiepresented

'ILL Jones and wife. of Live Oak. are still burning fiercely. week ago held for the purpose of the defesdaah;

AJSetbe.:.. aeccstzaee.of the bndge.He. "were over yesterday and spent the' At Cooley Bluff the Standard OilCompaoTs prosecuting search for the body these A large crowd an*jregs
; C..A O grrr-n. "g as zaasteri tank farm was almost de- in vacant house in bearing the
'j entire day here trying home with men who were a as prfswwfes.
af called the to-
Ceremonies : ; people
." I them their little Gladys Loay who stroyed. : St. Rose became frightened and consulted murdered man .aiiJ verjs.

pd..erea.1rtib1: spring oa has been the guest of Mrs MahoaeRees. Reports received from Romona about what to do with the
the: 1 caie goazas 10 lIea.r Hog.13.s H. I
Ochelata Nowata and other
crying beggingto
child boy was
xaost learned
Calmer of Florida'
asp I
address*, Misses I..IJHe and Pearl Turrnan. tell of heavy damage by wind, but be taken home to his parents said
jyyurrfiefirw jemcQttl
loss of fife.K1DXAPFED. .
i e C the daS After a lxj>yy introduction ;rliTe about three miles west of no Campigciano. and one of the quartet stops Us*coagTiPROFESSIONAL ass i.

i y Dr.
t a past saaeier in the art o: throe,listing their 1I.Dde.c.. T. Tnrman. ITALIAN BOY. I strangled him to death to stop his Q3

V isg eozcf&meaiary:: boatvets ladg e 1 rhsrBf Blackburn came over from noise. Later two of the kidnappers

r Palmer came forward and 4e Tere4,Lave Oak Saturday night and spent His Headless Body Found In Swamp I he said came to him. carrying the
fr ALLiEiioN1
Saaday here. is infatuated
J aa address to wsJca everyone fcsleaed' body in a blanket and after threaten-
.with Suwannee Springs. Seal New Orleans
i with deep interest.! His speech was ing him with death if he told took
t J. J. Murphy, formerly: of Live Oak, New June ; .
;epee 1Ii.tku,. ejocaeace sadnisi logic. Orleans 24. Two milesin the body Into the swamp. _
,. U now a permanent resident of the I ...:;:1.
tmBjr deaoastrated! his abUtty as the interior of a big swamp near
a speaker and his remarks evidenced Springs. and takes water to Live this city the headless body of Walter OBTODONTU : CSOWH :'taj i
Oak for sale .. !
daily, in
: the great interest that be takes in t-amana an Italian child between 7 Wow=. : Srltauz t,
''t tie advaaeesaeat of his people of his conclusion, w ewfsh to say that at the home of the bride's
and 8 years of age who was kidnap-
& state. After the speaking every ose this famous rescrt is owned and :managed father C. C. Posey Mr. Elliott Draw-
ped and held for 6.000 ransom two E. BROODATToBNEY
repaired to the long table where a by Live Oak people and deserves dy to Miss EllIe Posey. Sunday, June M
weeks ago was found by police and -,
f good Old TitTiUxfhHt dinner a..aitEodf a hearty support from the people 23. at 11 o'clock ,a. m., Rev. A. J.
? hers and where nery-o&e toaldemsw"es &e*? of that city. There1 Is a large vigilantes just before daybreak yes Futch officiating. -
!hotel here 18 cottages belonging to terday. He had been strangled to &Cocxssme
;;; ; tb to the bountiful supply: of; After the ceremony we were Invited -
, 'i tables provided by the good women the hotel company, dining hall. electric death according to the confession of I UVB OAL ; lUZIL!
I to the dining room where we
of Lafayette aad Svwaaaae Counties lights, and water power plant one of several Italians held by the I Win pnetm..aD tW oofeU 8ebe
11 i laundry building etc. police. found the table loaded with everything au-tiea: si- .. '-.-.'
fKdta. fun
I I't Thai dinner eaaaot fce described.] B. W. Helvenston owns an elegant The boy's neck ia supposed to have that would make a hungry man i. .
glad after an early breakfast and a Noun Pcsuc3tiaatasz
brick cottage CoL Geo. E. Porter
I. for every ieagiaabie good thing to been broken when he was strangled
;has large and well fitted house and long hot ride. WelL you may be
eat waste be bend there to satisfy' causing the head to become separated -
the gamiest and eatab&es that" Mr. Bowen owns what is known is from the body when decomposition sure. Mr. Editor that we did full I DR. J. W.Physidanand. 11

would have pleased the most isstLdfife Log Cabin. The last three named set in. The head was found a justice to the dinner and thought we I Saf8-

1 ious appetites The good women wdinner constitute the property owned by private short distance from the body. could but go to weddings every day.

f -. provided that magni3ecat individuals. The groom Is a thrifty Suwannee Office: Carrofl Battu 8a]

1' should receive: th* praises of all who Say. ]fr. Editor the entire Demo- Five Suspects Held. boy. who is running a good farm and Residency at E4dBa4_

were present tor it was undoubtedlyone ,oerat force and all citizens of Live Five Italians two of them women mercantile business in connection PboaeOffice.No.10.. .4

L of the best ever placed before a:Oak we want to impress upon you are under arrest charged with being with it. Reside....!i .as1 .;;'
hungry picnic Crowd.Cat. .!the fact that when you aeed a season accomplices to the murder and, extra' The bride is one of Suwannee's Drees s. .,;4

Hal W. of the local of rest and recuperation, Suwannee details
Adams of police and deputies are fairest flowers and all Mr. Dawdys 'f!
.. firm of Avvil & Adams attorneys.was .1 Springs is aa ideal place to come to. maintaining order in the excited friends are congratulating him upon S.Brows

t called: on to address the crow d.! Suwannee Springs June 24. 1907. Italian quarter of th ecity. All daylong the prize he won and the friends of BROWN & THO&;

i responding with a speech which captivated i j small crowds have been dispersed I both are showering congratulations
his hearers abounding as it i HUGH FOB HOKE.
i promptly by the police despite and best wishes upon both.
di with brit humor and good o"hoes" ld!I PHYSICIANS& Seas
: whose precautions a report has gotten We are glad to know that they will
Will Go fn
sense. Mr. Adams was ia a I as of Georgiai
i out summoning a mass meeting at reside in old Suwannee permanent-'!'
happy vein, and his address, to I Saturday. UVEOAK. : -
a slang phrase, "made a hlf with the j Atlanta. Ca, June 24.-The Georgia Elk Place. Seventy armed deputies ly. I'

throng present sad warmly!i legislature will meet next Wednesday have been placed on guard at" the May they have a long and happy WALL P.-

congratulated upon his effort. !I June 24. In annual session, toi Orleans Parish prison the strongest life never having any dark clouds of ;

". After every ODe had paid fall and continue fifty days. Among its first the state, where three of the prisoners trouble over life's stormy sea, seeing When in need of B&*

complete respect to the dinner Judge{ duties will be the canvassing of the are held and some apprehension only the sunlight of happiness.

W. O. Rice one of the pioneers of I vote for governor: cast last November has been felt over the safety of A FRIEND. per call on U. tt.PfTIY

Suwannee County called the peoplearound when Hoke Smith was chose two other prisoners who were last

the speakers stand whereHon. chief exeeuU;.. Ills inaugurationwill night taken to an adjoining parish.Seldom HELD WITHOUT RULe CLINTON rmrsI W

J. !i. X. Peacock addressed occur at anon Saturday June 29 since the mafia lynching six J

them with a short but interesting After taking the oatb of office beforethe teen years ago has New Orleans been Are the Slayers of Dunlap Pbincey

speech after which the crowd beganto joint session of tbe two legislative so stirred with threats of violence aa at Bronsoo, I H. J. :MOBS|

disperse and to their branches: Cor Smith will deliver
go reapeethehom" today and some of these threats are (Gainesville Sun.
all being one in declaring the his inaugural address in the open made by those who participated in ) Contractor andjjl

picnic to be one of the best and most I air from a platform on the capitol tbe disorders at that time. The law Bascom Lowman and son, George Apply for plans ests land

pleasant and enjoyable occasions of grounds. Tbe event will be made the and order element Is much stronger Lowman charged with the murderof spy .:
their lives.-Mayo Free Press. occasion for the gathering of Smith
than it bas been heretofore, a large Phinney at Raleigh a few c.I.Q
I clubs and supporters from all partsof weeks I I I Office on Ohio Ave.
Snwaaaee Spring. tbe state. number of leading citizens having ago were arraigned before --.

Special Correspondence pleded; themselves to prevent vio County Judge Benjamin Friedman at

lence. Bronson Friday and I IMMIIIHH'J
Suwanaee Springs one of the oldest STORM IX LMJIAX TERRITORY. were remanded
and best alMbe-year-roand resorts Camplgciaoo Confessed. to jail without ball notwithstanding DR. Q1AS. r. fA

In Florida. Is only seven miles from Low Estimated at Halt Million Tbe murdered boy was found near that a hard and stubborn fight was

Live Oak. and we are surprised that DoOan. St. Rose about twenty miles from. dom made under to give them temporary fr eeVETEEUU. !

more people from that city do not: Tulsa I. T., Jane 23.-A dolentatorm New Orleans. A sweating process I The bond.
freoent incident of this Solicits soar }
here. The killing is remembered
surrounding wrung a confession from .
I one of the I e
swept over part of Indian Territory at
scenery U wild and picturesque. The I suspects who was taken from his every reader of The

bathing In the pool Is delightful and early today causing damage to home in St.. Rose about midnight last Sun. On Saturday night June 8,

the boating and fishing On the river property estimated at nearly $500,- night and carried into the woods bya these Lowmans saw Phinney coming

unsurpassed.As 000. Lightening struck oil tanks allover combined force of officials and from a store In Raleigh when they

to the wonderful curative powers the mid-continent field. la vigilantes who have had the search shot him down. They were arrestedthe ,

of the water there is no questionor GleDa pool near Tulsa a $$..OOObarIrell i[,in charge. This man Ignaxio Camas -on father on Monday and the son

doubt. Excellent hotel facilities tank of the Quaker Oil and G pigciano was. kept in the woods an taken Wednesday following, and Y'ATCHMAKER
are afforded and the to Bronson lip
cottages where ,
are not the
Company a 100,000-barrel earthen I hoar when he confessed pre
box houses, but charging! ary was held 35 year'a
substantially built. yesterday.The a
storage tank of the Victor Oil and four Italians with the murder.. He Wstcl a'aS 4
prosecution atockof
was made by State Good


;.:' ':":.:= """ """" ...... .
--- -- -- ""= -- ; --- t :: ; _

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-21setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Live Oak daily Democrat.Daily DemocratEvening Democratdc:subject Newspapers. -- Live Oak (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Suwannee County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher Live Oak Pub. Co.dc:date June 25, 1907dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2042454 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live OakUnited States of America -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida