Live Oak daily Democrat

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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 27, 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

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University of Florida
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Between Forty and:Fifty Buildings '

Entirely Consumed-Loss, Asserts the Witnesses for the $tat4
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E Norfolk Va. June '5.--One whole Houston, Va., June 26.-Interest

r block of the Pine beach section immediately in the trial of Judge Loving for the:

adjoining the ,Jamestown murder, of young Theodore Estes

J, .: Exposition grounds was swept by k lagged somewhat today. The feature

'} fire today. The Arcade Hotel. Beck- .were.the closing of the case of'

; ley Hotel Outside Inn Powhattan the defense after the examination ot

Hotel. Caroline Hotel. .and several ; three witnesses for the purpose ot
: proving that Judge Loving was insane -
smaller hotels and a large partof
at the time of killing of young

the outside warpath was destroyed L. rI Estes. and the statement by the attorneys -

i The loss may aggregrate 300000. for the prosecution of what

The Inside Inn and the KentuckyState j4 they intended to prove if certain wit-
L !' nesses are allowed to testify. The s
building on the western side
,, plea of the defense Is that the mindof
['.. of the exposition grounds and negro Jl r t Judge Loving had after years of

; building were threatened but the dissipation which frequently caused

Are reached nothing inside of the him to- have delirium tremens from

grounds. The Arcade Royal Pine excessive drinking.become so impaired -

Hampton Roads Washington House h__ that when he heard the storY of
Outside Inn Powhattan Carolina! AFTER THAT BIO his daughter Miss Elizabeth Loving -
and Berkley Hotels were among the SAN FRANCISCO. THOMAS E. MORGAN UNDER ARREST that she had been drugged and as-

largest buildings destroyed. The Georgia and Florida saulted he became deranged land J
Demand Bulletin Issued
Powhattan Guards under Captain by Telegraphers' was not responsible for his act In
Return of Excessive Lumber P* Committee
Carpenter and the exposition fire department sa -Executive Com- Charged With Embezzlement of Sea killing Estes. Counsel for the defense -

did splendid work in preVenting Rates. mittee Wants Postal Company to board Funds. hope through the plea of emotional
from spreading Washington June 26. A delugeof Hear Their Grievances. Insanity to attempt
flames prevent -
; the c Brunswick. Ga.. Jane 27. Thomas any;
farther petitions flooded the InterstateComm'erce San Francisco June 26.-A bulletin E. Morgan former ticket agent for to Impeach the statement of ;

The Twenty-third infantry was or- Commission yesterday. In Issued by; the press committee from the Seaboard Air Line railroad a! Miss Loving.
addition to three or four of the us- the (
the entire district west headquarters last
dered out and Tallahassee Fla., was yesterday Defense Rested.
of the exposition grounds is under ual character thirty-seven complaints night said: "As an evidence of the, arrested here, and waiving the formality -
martial law. Between forty and fifty were filed with the commission in inability of the Western Union to cf requisition papers immediately The defense rested their case this i
one class of cases the greatest number handle the business afternoon and the
structures were entirely consumed. offered by the left for Florida. He ischarged prosecution announced -

i \ On One Hundredth street ten were ever presented In one day in the public they have notified customersto In a warrant issued at the as their first witness in rebuttal -

'twept away and a like number was'lf history' of the commission. The use the telephone wherever possible instance of the American Surety Miss Annie Kldd who they

thirty-seven complaints developedfrom said would disprove the of Miss Y
destroyed on Maryland avenue andon r Company of New York which is.on story
One Hundred and Third street it one case recenlty decided finally "A report reached headquarterstoday his bond with having embezzled Loving.This was objected to and

is estimated about twenty structures by'the Supreme Court of the Unit- that 2.000 telegrams had disappeared 1500. It is alleged that his the Jury retired after which a
ed States. from the overland divisionof lengthy legal discussion was gone In
burned, and probably. 1,000 peopleare speculations extend back over a
homeless. The case grew out of a complaint the operating room of the office period of three months during which to. The 'attorneys for the defense

S Captain Carpenter with the Pow- filed several years ago by the National -. in Chicago. This would indicate time he covered up his deficit by argued that the prosecution had noright '}
Yellow Pine Association against a that business Is being mailed from to enter Into the truth or the
hattan Guards, and Sheriff Cromwell. falsifying his accounts in a very
with his force are doing th sir utmost large number of railroad lines in Chicago." clevermanner. However a recent falsity of the story told by Miss Loving i

' to relieve the distress. It is reportedthat the Southeastern territory of the The strikers discovered today that examination of his books by J. A. to her father and cited the New 1

two lives were lost but this f snot United States. It was alleged that public business was being handled Gwinn a traveling auditor developed York case In which District Attorney; ;:

confirmed. The fire originated the railroads were exacting excessive:. over private wires. President Small the shortage but Morgan departed Jeromewas not allowed to Impeach :

rates on shipments of yellow pine to notified the brokerage firms who from Tallahassee before the audi the testimony of Evelyn Thaw. Attorney !

various pArts of the country. The i. have permitted outsiders to use their tor could complete his investigation. Daniel Harmon for the prosecution .

case was heard by the commission wires that unless the practice is In reply gave the first pub- .
'rapidly, and in a short time the block Comptroller Roby then placed the
.to which the Berkley. was located was very exhaustively and in a decision I I stopped their operators will strike. matter in the hands of the surety I lic presentation of the side of the .:t'.
case from the Estes viewpoint In ;j
> 1 baas ol. flames. All of the build: which was handed down by Commis- company culminating in the arrestof
o. tegs'there were of timber. The sioner Clements the contention of the I I Letter to the Postal. the accused as already Indicated. an Impressive address he declared -1
that Judge Loving had acted In hasten j
and the
arcade was the largest and costliest complainants was New York. June 26.-The execu- Morgan will tomorrow afternoon
shooting young Estes as he could
ordered to redetheir
;representing an investment of $80.- I railroads were tive committee of the Commercial have a preliminary examination be-
have gotten all the facts and Information -
4p Wfl.. The Powhattan Guards were rates. Telegraphers' Union yesterday-- fore B. A Meginniss county Judge t
about the buggy ride without
The railroads carried the case to
oa the : in Tallahassee.
ground early. Captain Car- dressed a letter to General Manager
and it finally reached the going out of his way. :t'
theater having ordered out every manbio the courts Nally of the Postal Telegraph Company 11
'eo ld be spared. When It was'wea Supreme Court of the United States.In suggesting that the grievancesof .1 Exposition Retrenchment. .
a decision handed down a few K. of P. Meeting. 4
the entire block was to go the the operators be heard and considered Norfolk June 26.-Following a

[.iremea divided their forces and turn- weeks ago that tribunal held Jn ef- by representatives of. the stormy session yesterday it was Regular meeting was held In ..11&i i

-4' attention to the exposition fect that"the decision of the Inter- In the letter the committee sonic hall last
company. given out by the directors of the evening. There being ,
;Vtends: It looked at one time ash state Commerce Commission' was just Indicate a preference that the Jamestown Exposition Company that a very good number of members pre- '

I -:the buildings Immediately In- and reasonable and that it must be Postal officials receive a representative the committee on retrenchment had sent and plenty of work to do. It 1

_of the Maryland avenue fence respected and enforced. of the president of th union but recommended that the board of gov- proved to be a nice time for all.

rcatch fire. Following,this decision Individualsand states that if this is not agreeable ernors and the board of directors be Rank of Page was conferred to A. <
In the yellow -
,- corporations engaged employes of the Postal who are also abolished; that the company's note F. Crosby. I. E. Beaty; and B. Lucas _?

j|.:Sew-Public !School Building.If pine lumber industry in the members of the union's executive be floated for $100.000 to meet the who will be candidates for- second .i

-*fce patrons of the public school South and S
Nr 4 ***ednct No. 17, In the' neighbor- complaints before the employers.In situation pending the final floating of July 12th. We also have A. E. Leslie -

of J. D. Johnson's Commerce Commission against prac- the communication General the bond issue and that various de- for third grade on same date. ,
lj got together
s back and determined to build tically all of the railroad lines into I Manager Nally Is taken to task for partments of the ter-centennial be Election of officers was held for =A
< demand-
*!rlthoorhou the southeastern territory. I statements purporting to have been centralized under four heads under ensuing term as follows: T
Mr. Johnson
!tt. land Ing reparation for the amounts paid I made by him to the effect that the the supervision of Director GeneralJ. J. H. T.. Bynum C. c..
and all hands lent
asYith' -
the result that there by them to !railroads, In excessive I I strike In San Francisco was called in M. Barr. D. W. Henry V. C. .t

ltudi freight charges. I violation of the recent peace agree- J. M.' Barclay Pre.C. .
a neat and comfortable
While thirty-seven of these com-:: M. of W .
1 ment between the telegraph companies Griffin .::-:
landing the Central Labor Unionof
ready for the school sage from .
2 : plaints were filed today. It is expected and the union. On this point the D. O. Henry M. of A. ::i
without calling upon the be submittedto Washington, asking him to causean -.
;10u5'L. .f0r financial that many more will I letter says: W. B. Mills L G. :(
assistance. This the commission in a few days. telegraphers Investigation to be made to ascer- C. H. Myers O. G. ,
bas' state the
been named "The John- II "We beg to
ehoo1., The amounts of reparation In the with the com- tain whether the telegraph companies All members are requested to
tn honor ; made one
of D.wao
Mr. J.
'. thirty-seven complaints vary from a : represent which covered have violated the Sherman anti- come out and help keep the work go-
gave the land for the pany you
few hundred to many thousands of Ing. Our regular meeting nights
i agreement has been in restraintof
ad .school grounds. Chicago. That trust law by conspiracy
..:....... dollars and aggregrate $486.250. which Indicates are the second and fourth Wednes-
violated in a manner trade. The president has as yet
{ day of each month. In Masonic halL
Children' that the disregard of agreements
Meeting has
side. ordered no investigation and There Is plenty of subjects In and
Bankhead Appointed. entered Into Is on the
-Mternoon at 4 o'clock at prepared to given no indication of his probable around our city that are only waitIng .
June 25.-The This statement we are
dfst church conducted by Montgomery. substantiate by correspondence. action in this matter. No other labor for some member to lead the '
.;'the weekly meeting for commission of John H. Bankhead as anda way and If we will all Join hands
rules covering Chicago organization than that at Washington -
1 of the church and the com- senator from Alabama to succeed J. printed concerning conditions and hearts, we can have one of the
statement in the appealto
fair has as yet joined
Ton are finest lodges In .the South. Let us
all welcome. today i
; deceased was i there.
T. Morgan, prevailing
& sign-I now although It Is said
the president
1 all try for such.
_l : 1 JOEMOI and Miss Mag- ed by GOY. Comer. The lec similar action will be taken by all the Yours in F. C. B.. ,.J

'two Senator will take place early in July Appeal to Fresidet. i i I In the W. H. TAYLOR, _
attractive labor organizations
al young II President leading _
")Jacksonville. are visits the appointment holding only until Roosevelt Oyster Bay received June yesterday..26.- a mes- United States. '". K. of R. and S.

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Gist taste' wla toffsze too:;voce:: ape Juelfto: g4.-ergrrttTg jroptT CHINC

J tit kT. tam rom COLLEGES ..&SD.FIn: TECHNICAL soeeets

4 -wk a caa cakes a> Us TSierr Are Few Laxative Fruit Syrup : Affi12tcdh DELAND the,Untversir FLORIDA claJu.EGE Gzgv
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kalfwray s.oas the eoe x asd teals tie: Incv::
sossesiitg, te is .
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to ;.e &f wLo his low to take care : OF LIBERAL ARTS.-Tb* standards are use :

-_ to kis 0: &esea-tte cajortty: do sot. Pleasant to take 1 watt? cf ciia.g. Stetsoa's radsate receive tier ::-
&essan mad Ctieaen. See the Chicago aad setiOS -
r ; T e ever b a DIC 1slortlzZ aqa.ab. Does ; COLLEGE OF LAW. -Graduates of this Comer ae s ieUoa
tie tom H rt ze wiH kse? it faeos The new .
t Parieru' r. Ldeb sew i Uw ia Flcriia witioat: exasisatSoa.COLLEGE
: tSea. V. C. Szpkii. AHa nauseate. : OF TECHXOLOGT AND SCHOOL OF W d JB
:, : Iteicgzxs to tee zn1 sma t.eCosts wrtia: "I tire tied Eirtiie cot gripe or H ctaxicaL CtrO. Efeetzleal Es iseeTias aad Yam Trx=r2i 3 enJeadrmg

) I CSzyUsd wJ3 pfeue 1-1Teua. It tie stomach and liver to deereea. Fiae sew b1din cos:1T e*
:J VsSoa. at :::: and Peace u.d :zd cures i rs
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\ '! far two days smfar. Tie bey ra fvrfi I".erue!. I wviiite COLLEGE =ses+pt
prepared E>ctJs cst
\1 >- go troubles and chronic constipation by test dos:: Stortiazd and T3rpewrit
raeeiixc wd kiltS oC Jzty.E. not soot it. It b as good leer offer Depzrtceats. Large Faealty and cqffirtogws fci a L
dibeauJxu for erowa-c feoyle, by restoring the j i PREPARATORT ACADEYF-Graduates pre;arei.. ec
t Y R. Pn ezt. a..4 I r&eo=sesd it. It Is 2e far i Yaie Princeton CorsIl Iticiigaa, (tic aad a3 2rsi-e2s Cam!

LaC i e.** Sold >y Siwanse Dreg natural action of the stomach ;., NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-L Kb"ersirSEa te3&t fa
v b s g %. PriTLary mad Granstar Sciool ia earase
asexecstriz 'c=;w es.tagSc liver and bowels. .Schools PsbSc Sebool teachers.
.?____ L PzsAeT, t espedaHy prepare
of aaA for tie estate of Casey ]I.. ; 1 SICSCHOOL.-.Al''H.H pipe .a .yea!
( i i FarsUey, .,_s-'l. IL F. Afrta atd '%lie ) 3Co. 3. Refuae au. &..mutPrice SOo. t lar e Cacalty. ttoro&fJi cotrse of stady.
BoCel COL. a cor-< :4 the Sxwaasee
,. TGtre; t ree is a wos.ierfsljeot :u- TbQ-
tioa, a&d to aa perxozs tsterwted fa stetson bas a tacnlty of 41 professors u4
-i or kavfag Cexc aztoa tXe pro: 4
CIa notSt i +t dews : ieuerttSeh Bttbia Toronto. Wake Forest. LovisriBe. Bowdoia. t*?
f Gpxve; Bt., auuux&lxf to a 'Dft E .
-? Tot &&d ewi oC yosi are lrtj re- Csirersity of Xk! pa. Decnison and osies ITzirvrI3
I t Qtired to a iaxja osr Crcxit Cvsrt rez.Gz: after Dediw1Ut ..e.6-fi9 in baHdiags and equipment; nearly a 4 .
at It* Covrt KOSS& fa Lire O akFlorida Srer yj kid&ey tromtle, and edowTnest; an endowed Bbrary of over 13..** flIlu:; a
O t oa the '*ta day <<4 Aisass.:: with costly famishing*, including stalled gk. wti L T t Ncaned
r Itt1.. fa tlit certaia cacc ,..t.en.ts!'ts -z crtaily diicoxra ed ty tie a Ilt."...0 pipe organ; a Gyimasiaia with 0xs"e ayD
ti tie Gty oi *Te Oak, FSocMa. 1prUtlDs > ; to gyg re&ef. X trt&i IZeetxie 1 9 Athleae Field roar ng track, terr.i cosrts,
r -.4'ova are nssm&nu.ard .:, gridiron besides iw1 :wing: : golf rowing and other: s.
} vt.refa tt is soccil to coairzaa,Blo!rc. zzd as a rerslt I aa a wen legs for mea aDd women; tea large laboratories for :..
mad aps rop iaie for p.tHe 11M a* a;|zaa today. Tie int tie rtEered Bacteriology. Mineralogy and Biology; sereral Urge sUZ... ..-..
trwt tie LD 39vlac 4 serfVwl I electric lights electric bells steam teat: cement walks
4 sad parcel of laad burs and Llfagi i!i&e as4 tir* botties onspleted the arenaes. spactoas campus shrubbery and trEeS; soda*. Gi IS sottazlan
# sttaase fa 8uazsee Cry* PYr.5. ..I see ." QvaraaX rl best oa earth foristozaca and other st1IceuUdubs; star lectare coarses; Qrlsi.U ad 0.
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teaching. The location is beautiful and :teal-Lfa1.!
are easscd: b7 lacfjesiinQ.: Ifyoaeatmtad :
'i I, BT T ard kids y troubles. tH r.-r
Beg:tiasat a pottt oa tbecac era, Ie tan a if ya are sfe: b are low. For catalogs rlew aad irforcatloa. adireas ,
U B z4arT Use of Otio Av a la ttCtr ty Barclay & Gf" dra gisis. d_ r-a taTe I'D LIXOOIHl"1.l.EY.'t- *. Lf
of Live Oak.fl? ida..c:1ndJ7: o>-!I dw- *hcrt=ess cf bresih.ra>: d heart bes:.t. JIIAaI.
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polite tt.e gvrt2er bovcdarr cr;2gal tart
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iie'western Iie i.i OUo ATCSVC aidnta I It is $.rd. e tow many good traits J ex.4swea; 's Q 7i-SL e.Sr ; r
frosa tise at rtbtt az Jes *fcJ res. =s cz w s the but: z.:1 ire:. ,
Ohio Mite eaitvard L*%Z feet to the world g f is a rsaa after te is fern: r21 i.s z.a..a::in the d

\Ttite Street fa Wkite Adifeioa to I C rs+t t.e: tea ut t csease;
th Clty of Lire Oak Flortia. tt* v I IM
south along tt i Sine oT rata \Tktte Sirs t CTty c vest arane4 with ties '
test. thesee $<
Cm bov fiarr Bae aVrre. 1":: fit< meting rrer tai time to Qr! !!

to Otto Avenue, ti-eaee north aogg. cue it wit c.-t erf.. I Dyspepsia It
the eaxtera bovx ary hue of O' i
Areaoe, fifty (:4r f.*t to poiat oft i I ijests wiat y=a eat takes tfee straia c3 __;
-giaciK ; exc* tisg t.h refrct3 tire, cf t=*heart.azd ccctristes iyrrr g- :f.1 I
(Z, fet d**p across tie aortbera Creh z4 .ea: s u every cr a c: tta 11 t '
part of the Parcaler fai&Hy barialgroa&d rKILLTMECOUCH tctfy. Fcr ti. stoe. Drs7>epsa. Sccr % ,
as :.ow- e&tioied vftfefa tie Sca.clO:: =alJca cf the CT
iron fence ezctetitg u.e urge txA UJ CuRE THE LUNGS -.e::: Cie: u.d C'zes.-
which is IaelBld wtttia the above'docrfpUoa. ire Tract,Kerracs Dyspepsa.aad Catarrh
:of tta SI .Nature's Own Remedy

And you win then and there stow WITH Dr. King'sNew I ..
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sfcoald cot be takes
why the west .
I' i:; L.c. ta.: See Ca .Sc p :yak
for tie uses and purposes vet tofu ia a t' d :: re ttse as taste 4aq u a 1 .eiPas-a p
else t.-. z. Abr asz2 pew zes+ I&a eseriK : far eaar
the petition or 70S111 Disccvary :Le a+s ar a ea3amet wr.s d
barred. S. Es:: PI=Tam N.T. th.e)z
Witness ae Hon. Bascon H. Paler. -- 1 -asp saw adbabl4: xaa&S1
Judge of the Circuit Curt: 511- fOR COUCHS fries um.fraUD tad bemit&. A [Six Month's Treatment $LOO 5,'x.p.d.
Florida also J
waaaee County. as ,
u--.E. tct.s,a.Diltests
its deft and the veal of ALL DUAl I4 U.G T2G92LtL +
WBrysoa Lho acid acct ar at a3 d..ias fa:c aai N c.
said court at the coortboose la Lire. GUABAST2Z3 ?2.CZOB What You EatI MOUNTAIN HERB CO., KnoarriU '_
Oak. Snwaaaee County. Florida, this oa X02TET EEPQDYA
of Jane A. D. 1947. .
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Husband's Hair. |this notice notice
or this will be
Ordinance to provide a method for A Western
An man, who
himself pleaded in bar of allowance of the

the discovery of the! illicit sale of sex, was on his fascination for the other same out of the funds of said estate. i OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis

intoxicating liquors within the cor- not long ago presented to an' W. J. HILLMAN,

porate limits of the City of LIve attractive Sunday New York woman, says the Executor of the last Will and Tests not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It, is; i
Oak, Florida, to punish false In I meat of L. K. KlmmerUn.I broad enough to accommodate all and = _a
course of
first tete--tete,
t swearing therein and to arrest the the man with ,his winning ways at NOTICE. HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: -

vendor making such Illicit sale. once, took occasion to turn the con. Notice Is hereby given that the '

Be it ordained by the Mayor and versation into his favorite channel. undersigned as administrator of the LThe young folks with their small savings. y
"I observe : 2.-The breadvi inner striving to accumulate fund: :
City Council of the City of Live Oak, that you are wearing: an Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased, will : a .;
to procure a tome or a for old ''
especially fine locket competency age.
said he. "Tell on Monday, 'the first day of July, .
Florida. me. does it contain some token 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded. and i :
tYI within the i of a 1907 present his vouchers, .
i Section 1. Whoever past love affair!" receipts : the income protided. ;

corporate ,limits of, the City of Live Aware of the Westerner's weakness and* Adams of,, and deceased for the, and Estate thereupon of- 4.Those with idle funds< awaiting other investment. ;

Oak, Florida, shall be found in any the handsome New Yorker thought to 'apply for his final discharge as THE FIRST NATIONAL I BANK F )
Live Oak Florida
public place ,In a state- of intoxication humor him a bIt., "Yes, smiled she, administrator of the said estate. f

or boisterous, or In any way "It does contain a token of the past, t J.' H.1fETHERINGTON. :. *
a lock of mr husband's hair 2-l-6m Administrator.
under the Influence of intoxicating

liquor, so that he or she does not you're"You a widow doa't. !mean" exclaimed to tell the me Westerner that'!, ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. >*< tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiim i II II a'. :
natural manner, shall be Six months after the first publlca- t
behave in a In delighted
surprise, as he tlon of this notice I
will present
taken in ,charge by the Marshal or nudged a trifle nearer. "1 under- !
accounts and vouchers to the County SEABOARDAirline
of the City of Live stood that your husband I'I
any policeman was alive. Judge r of Suwannee County ,Florida,
Oak Florida, and detained In custody "Tr e, answered the beautiful, at the ,Court House of said County, ,

until sober, and shall then be taken creature, "but his hair Is gone." to I be allowed and ask to be discharged -

before the Mayor in order that he or I from further administration Railway. -Ji

she may be required to disclose from of said estate.,
whom he or she purchased such In- NOTICE. !!I FLORENCE G. MILES, formerly '
Notice is hereby given, and Florence G. Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines ,
toxicating liquor. Legatees Brinson, Administratrixof _j

Section 2. When such person is Distributees, Creditors, and all Estate of Horace,Brinson. n16-6m v Raleigh, RichmondWshington, Baiimore; "

brought before the Mayor, the said other persona having claims or demands -1 I io Philadelphia and New York.x

Mayor, shall require him or her to against the Estate of Jackson NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR \

testify under oath as to where, when Cannon, late of Suwannee I LETTERS OF ADU "ISTRATIOY.
County, Notice Is hereby given that the TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS\ DOILY\ '
and from whom he liquorand or she purchasedsuch his Florida, now deceased; will present undersigned will, after four weeks'publication
Intoxicating upon
the said claim or demand to me duly of this notice, apply to
her refusing to testify at all, or '
or upon his or her testifying in such a proven, within two years from first Hon. J. N. Conner, County Judge of Seaboard Express Seaboard 11jl

manner as to lead the Mayor to be- publication of this note, or this notice I I Suwannee County, Florida for lettersof io n -'I

lieve that his or her testimony is will be plead In bar of same. administration upon the estate of '- ; 1--

evasive or false, the Mayor after JESSE CANNON, W. T. Mitchell deceased, late of Surannee :Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ..

,, warning without effect, shall ad- Administrator of Estate of Jackson County Florida; J. R. New-

judge him or her to be in contempt Cannon, with Will annexed. m29-4t Ian, deceased late of Suwannee '

It f of court and shall punish such con- Execntrs'Notice. County Florida, having been the The Jamestown Line '
It i tempt by Imprisonment in the city Exposition : -
legally appointed and qualified administer -
M jail not exceeding twenty days or by Legatees, dIstricutees creditors, .
II and all other cf said estate, and having : NORFOLK V/\
fine not exceeding fifty dollars ($50), persons having claims: ,

I or by both such fine and Imprisonment. or demands against the estate of L. died on the 5th day of April A. D. Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily .
1907 before final
K. Kimmerlin, deceased, late of Su- settlement 'of said r ...
Section 3. If upon the examination wannee County, Florida, will presentthe estate. W. A. NEWLAN. > -

I mentioned In Section 2, the person same to me duly proven, within LESLIE & LAMB, : For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
> of Seaboard, or write
brought before the Mayor shall disclose one year from the first insertion of Attorneys for W. A. Newlan mlO-5t
the name of the person from ;: S. C. EOYLSTON JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, JaeksonTille. Fla.
whom he or she purchased such Intoxicating -
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Y liquor and the place and FLORIDA RAILWAY

date of such purchase and testify in .

such a manner as to lead the Mayorto SCHEDULE. '
believe that the testimony Is probably t

true, the Mayor shall then and i aaAD OWK.. CENTRAL TIlL u.u v P. MallaryBros/* {

there reduce or cause to be reducedthe i _
>> as NO.1. y
BSI said testimony to writing, and I4ue ct. Mad Loro.F a1 tk14 Machinery Co.

have said person sign it, and verifyIt Wit. Da
. STATIONS.Sunday.
by affidavit taken and certified by Haco. Geoqla

.atn the said Mayor. If such person shall -
::111 refuse to sign and swear to the said f30. m ,30pmL. Li..Qak-..... ..---Ar- 10 50 a ID 5 40 p mso COTTON cniiia MACHIBEIY. SAW

testimony when reduced to writing, a m S34pmLv p o 'v10a0sm b20pm MOL kUCHIHEKT.Shlftsle Hint.Cent .:
the said Mayor shall attach his certificate I .ui.,p..,i f Oaths.GASOLINE << 3
11iart 05 a ID 3 64 pm L. _.StikleT......-----&... 10 22
that the said testimony was aIDS 00 p ID XNCXNKS ;

- taken before him under oath on the 18 s.m 356pe.L. .----LL ,v' 1020am 45Saoam pm Cam plet oatstsa.p.ei.lty. w.wm
08.mL.. Kirkland' 4 4U' mak.i t to rear intend to eoonalt...
"J, date thereof. 4 U 0 am 440 PID 4

ORar4A 40 41. M.--- .WiImarth' --__ _'L. 10 00
!_ ,_p pm a m
Section 4. If the said testimony 4 ZO P ID
!.J $50 a m L. Wilmart.h- ...---Ar.- 1'-
reduced to writing shall show that 4.$
.10 a m M_.... _LaraYiDe- .. ,
any person 'has Illegally sold intoxicating 130 a m L. _Lu .i1. _. -= ==

liquors in the City of Live Oak, J 1iO a m M.__...... ._ ...._....WiImaJotJa.........
Florida the said Mayor shall issue Wlmarth -A.. -
..dam3o1 1000 a m 420pmL. O ti1a.1018. m 4 U pm f

, his warrant for the arrest of such a in 4 U p.mlLv.------. .-_.--Suw a River-...... .. ...... a &Ii a m 4 12 p ID

person or persona on a charge of ...... ..._.. _Norwood ,v
10 20 a m 4 30 p m U a m I i1 aM.
1,% p
dad! Belling Intoxicating liquor, to be .JIa'O.-. ...... .L.
10 50 440 --- IIi
a m m
- brought before him for proceedingsas 10 40 a m p L. ......_Mr-- ...: I 45 pm SNOW

:1tbPas In other cases.. ,
M. -AItoo.-
Section 5. The person disclosingthe 1050am 06$ a IR L._ -Al .... .. :

l41Igt!) name of ,the vendor shall be a m M................__._.......J4ayo.2.5j0 .._.... .-- L.
h Ssh brought before the Mayor to testifyat 14; 42 pm L.. ...... --M&T, a2s .: 9 37 a m -I 40 pm

the trial of the party arrested, and 44lpmLv ! .... 520am 325pm
, br3II U a m
If his or her testimony does not agree Lv_ ......_.....SaltRwd.9.2 ...- -- ------Lv !Sam IUp.U
: U am 461 p m m
.t 1# la any material matter with his or ._ _.-L.. BVBOB V
Lv_._. .Aakeki.-- 906 a m l45pm for Rheumatism Cot,
her 46 a III 510 pm
11J6"el1t.. previous written testimony, he Lv Charkon.'U .. ..Lv.. 9 00 a m Sure Cure Sprain Wounds, OH
j or she shall be turned over to the a ID 5 11 p m 3.9 Z a5 p ID Sores Com Bunions,

.JJL State authorities- for trial for per- 06 a lit 5 1:1 pm L. Beene a.e 'v I 53 a. Z 20 p mF.nholbwa7 OaQa. Bruises. Contracted Muscles Lame Back. Stiff Jomta
Frosted Feet. B' m.. Scalds, etc.
__ __. .L.
urr. .. Lv'-"" 210'p m
t 16 a m S ES p 2.s AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation -
Section 6. Any testimony given Lv- .---- D k-L.. 838 a m 135 pm and drives out Pain.
b 43
24 m m
a p
ender this Ordinance by the person Ar. ____ -PerrJ'-- _..-1.... 810 a ml20 PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues
f' 12 U m 550 pm p md promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving: the MusclM
kea In charge as provided in Sec- natural elasticity.

011. 1 shall not be used against him BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH

.' her on a charge of drunkenness. ( ) Tekarah or Telephone Statio. (f) Flag Station (r) Resist (a) Regular Stop. (a ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
Section 7. All Ordinances In T. P. ALBTON. SuperiDteDdeDt.W. .
conflict Maser Station
herewith are hereby repealed. S.HAUlS General Paasenp"Agent CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

Section 8. This Ordinance shall
llr.. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig_St.,KnoiriHe
_e effect Immediately upon Its pass- Tenn., writes: "I hue been trying the baths of
..fcy the Council and approval bye Live Oak M'f'g.Manafactarersof Co. Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but I
1 Mayor. get more relief from Ballard' Snow Liniment
... medicine or anything I have ever tried.
.-, CHAS. H. BROWN, than find postoffice order for$1.00. Send me
President of City Council. large bottle by Southern Express."

J ,kttt: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. THREE SIZES: 2Sc, 50c AND $1.00

b ,1. 1 P. Mays. City Clerk of the BE SURE YOU GET THE OEMflNE

9 tty"of Live ,Oak Florida, do hereby Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

,. that the
foregoing Ordinance
,}I $I LOUIS. U. 3. A.
.. sax regularly passed by the
,. Ity and Tur rpentine.
Council on the 10th day of June, Power
And the
same Is heroic -

:3e4 the Mayor of his ap- Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY .;

'VAtu Business Houses at a very reasonable
551 ray hand and the seal of Residence or
.Q and night current-for manufacturing Suwannee Drug Company.
this lOtfi. day of June. A. Electric power-Day <1
''.9 r
: purposes.

ltned, 8- P. HAYS City Clerk. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- -- '

'c", and approved by me this
.3 orders aromptIy 1
..y of Jane A. D. 1907 cial attention, and all ceiling and

J. B. JOHNSON We will give you good prices on low grade ADVERTISEINTHEDEMOCRATr

R IIaror of Live Oak Florida. fIooring. Come and get our prices.


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1.1 1. SOOETC: AS WELL AS this ossn3it: the J.est'that
l j ',:. : LIVE OAK DAILY IEIOCRAI CLtEST. is ia them fa the- :way ot literary I il

' .aspSratioa aadf endeavor has JaG)
'I. ; F bushed every Afteraooa a_discass 2g U. actfcra:: 'of s 11 miis sympathetic: home medium through

Eseept sandal a criminal a fight sentence
K giving lave only
" which ta express itself they I

'f ',;! -. SHEHWOOD Editor and )(&*&"r. because: he would be pardoned if themselves to blame Bat the god- -saT se.. ...9i IK SIIWMHE. DB"' '_
J J.F. heavier, one. the Times-
f gives a dean of good fortune waits upon all

; I a Entered at tie PostoSee Lire Oak.t Ualoa snakes some Tery proper coa- the ventures of Uncle Remus and we Hotel and
Van Hal vpon the soosetZnes reckless Springs. Cettq
; See&m4 dan mats have ao reason to think, that his lat-
T. 155.TB of its power by the Pardoning:
November ace exception
ter. t est and greatest win be an
Bosrd. The court o=dais and dttsaBs to the rule. HOT AW COt 0 BATHS UNSURPASSED. oCD TABLE. CiOG@-.. = 'I
UT OUPU3LIS5IKTHE CtlPm.! geaeraQy who can be so easily WATt M' EVERY Rood .BOxlAJQ TABLES. 'P'or I.. -

jsdaced to sign petttioas for pardoa. :PHONE ccNCCTIQNSWELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAYi "';
)(rs. Angle Birdsong was convictedof I7I11USF1tQIIUYECAK._ WI
bej be
DEMOCRAT wm rims permitting thesaetves to. RATES REASONABLE &QJLF. UUlE
DAILY seatesoe __
murder ant got a five years
mailed to any part of tie tried used as isstruszeats ta defeat the
States postage prepair. for JiJ : purposes of the jaimrnsl law aad recently ia Montfeello.
taoasas; The sentiment of chivalry for her sex I PORK flOHU DOWLING PflRK.FLORA
per year: J2-5 for sx :: overthrow the work of tie courts ADDRESS .... .
nraths.or a t cests has bees worked for all it is worth
for three
$LSS also come ia far last crtUftsn by; the
for five weeks ia advaace. Delivered -, ta behalf of theom.a1a.. but the I I
I oST. 1t71 TSiaes-Caioa.: The same paper also down aad writes about oat' residence of CL T. Fejpr.&,,
to aay part of tie ladies cf MontteeOo have been aroused j he sits
wek-' veatares to HrtTaate to the lawyers of glowing praise whose "1 I was In bed. -
carrier toe It ceats per to indignation and disgust at the city In terms entirely &* e
that they owe a duty to society ao obvious to be
for the sincerity is hemorrhages of the rosgs
efforts to a pardon [ IJS4
their dieats la the : procure _
.wNf teas than to practice Last week we quoted what
Major B>mn of ta* murderess aad they mite ia a petition -I 4 doubted Doctors failed to reel, s.. "
the criiB- nj
by ForteAker of tier prof oa : ''a a West Florida paper'
baa beea coa.neI-: to the Governor to Jet the sentence brother01i hope bad led when
iaal aide of the docket This intis=atsaa from the tm- It-4
2 s.t degrade said about Live Oak.
he wo < denounce
becaxse is coaveyed ia saeh delicate bat be executed. They 1 feuminutes' Dr. Klnrs Sew: Dlseowrj.
ot'Z- e la fc cBrovzsTde he gathered during a
himself to the jevei > *v her as a disreputable character unworthy I pression
forcible &aaaer ant seems to be supported stant relief came. Tte
affair. tj fb: to ssit ss cf sympathy or respect \ stop and splendid prabeIt

wkea a* says Cat /S Ire-air-t to by sack sound reaso&ias that always guilty of murder without extenuation -I'i was from an impartial and obserraal soon ceased: the bleefeg e y
who *
tat our legal Meads:
,a blataat decagas arc BO ieswit we and t&e effort to defeat justice iI i 1 source and now comes Brother rapidly, and la three T &
will ,
i a aire a pob.ttil stated I whc !
4 for tie troth.Wkea to endor'sehat ia her case they assert is due only to Bowden of the Dade City Star able to go to work." 55
be tempted
strocgty: : I I
the fact that she Is related to prominent ;talks about us in this fashion: for and -
; the Times-Uaioa says erect though care coughs colds. Sft=
the fi3.y T **gran of tb> ia the State. She must I "No paper in any town or community
I they may oLllt ia but sweat respect people 11.00 at Barclay t Gnmt j
Oocsaila"H to ; all the has done more for the up-
Atlanta female when .
be a tough
as a pro-Stable way to practice law.Here I store. Trial bottle |
make Cotaai Siaey Ta??. tar d s-i respectable women of her home town building of its surroundings than The free.E
is the potat made by our Jack- I
U ed III tSai cscy the: and the men too demand that no. Live Oak Democrat and no has

belt of ** e*2r ,esxt2xg- ; xxzaor fee:_Tine coatKaporary: fare sentiment: save her from punish- grown to a city faster than Live Oak. PIn c at daylaad. July H,
what of the lawyers who -
;" dicta fat t3 e ass; Bat appeal I cent. The petition of the ladies to I 'Te were in that city last month for Notice is hereby emsr..
without regard to the pab-
bAM1 He be ...asa t cases "the Governor concludes as follows: the first time: In nearly two yean Fanners' UnLra wffl give a z2daylaad
iavolved and hold therepcta&oo.
very i#*k fec iz fee tie Canssiza-,Bc interests taro u-ed agaisst and,. We shudder at the Increasing and we actually had to ask a lot of School House Jstyli;

'Uoa weasty, fmfiryfrre. Fay: F :i laxity in the enforcement of the questions to find ourselves at all Every body is cordially tgfe t
above an others The duty to ael5est
: tie: s3m r tUfr t demand that :he be criminal laws, and when the point The city has probably outstripped come and bring a weZt&Sefie f
err as i s LOrd caa only South. We extend to the edbar a einvitation.
gIfts I'aQ + has been reached when so heinous a any inland town in all of the
die gives aa impartial triaJ.-.the prof essafm. *" 4
fine sir tea cr this for the past few yearn
i re.t 3jnits place is crime as has been committed by In growth
... caaaot
and Set'sgood &s
feoD CI: entirely Let every come
pop Ur esrtrati.-a if it hold thatsotaiag f disreputable woman can go
tar eeee-se --a.-- side and the,unavenged of the law because of themisguided We depend upon what this store time.: .
is owed to justice
_ti a fan ttt :bdICb t* lsreat3 sympathy on account of IS. for what It HAS and for what it 00'
vfBdlcarioa of the Jaw. The reputa-I
cf Oca 1Mrr Her = tom tioa of a lawyer,with his brethren of her sex and the influence of her host DOES.A There Is no case Gl lam, smatter
: _-- D2. I relatives who have
t of
the bar should depend omUI.u. something how obstinate. tilt: d.

p i efz' of tie Qysall higber the mere ability to wit II so gallantly espoused her unrighteous good husband is one that win .be speedily relieved by ttsBti!

1u.e& jected cashier cases, regardless of an but the pos- cause throughout." we fear be that way even after the honey- dot Kodol contains the saver
I' with to for tie future of our society moon has ended.LEGAL. sfnmrt its
cSeat try
__ 1Iak... ta open uT&ecosx sesssoa of a means i I ouad in a healthy : .
x ry e:2or is t teckxieal poiats of procedure and to I I forms to the Pure Food ssi_

:;\ :.- S:=: s era. resy rajiilyaatpreiufi t!appeal. from court to court. Unless 1 r Had you noticed>> that when an :XOTICBL. Law Sold by City Pbaz>StQr'':'f.

:. aH tb t respect for the courts is to declineyet editor from: some other part of the Remarkable Rescue. : ;

,"= stkb 1ia this f farther the practice should be jl((State has an opportunity to see Live That truth Is stranger than fiction, A pessimist: Is a man....rffik.-
;; the lawyer Oak with his pwn eyes he promptly c
I fled to a higher plane
rGI1e C1L -a c:1eRr Zfrte u worries about Ion ktf
i I has once more been demonstrated ia is happy .
and he
; surrenders as soon as gets
rite his lofty posiUoa: as :
fI& 1.I the little town of Fedora. TezuL, the is going to last. 1;
: : "pzfiwt1k his J+acsix ag. .the friend of the court and the advocate i I home he Is'so tin of the subject that .--

tcrd-sood ,I 'of J&5tke1 ch was his i iI f !
ad take east
l -
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\ 12& d sa" I orig*$ One emiaeat advocate was' . . .. . .. . . . .. . . n_ II.- '

.a iari3'wxis 1n the- iiypappe 1 so uniformly saccesfefitl tn slipping
.. aW the :'his clients out cf the sets of the law r. :1

tt.el t&at a deputation of his fellow-
estfmae syoss t 5 d4

t same.. P.o+r Kin ins sot oa.'Y al citizens waited aMt him to show that 2 READY TO WEAR SALE

model rttun. bet JIe'"s am -to-dle 1 a resort must be had to lynching as

busts: ens :seas x83 we ire P4 to a protection., and put the ease to hid 1 _
z : strongly that he gave his word to
tara t&ai Us -!' rti has toe reeogsized .
+ Vr ki s appofcrtaeai -as I undertake the defense of criminals -

i eas&ler of the fcazk.: BO longer. The result was soon ap

1 preciableThere should be an :L 3 DAYS ONLY

t TIle Georges Iee's2a sre CGiIITce4 awakeeiag all along this Une. J-

fa regsJar send jesterfiaT ia At- : .:\ -

F lama,aa4 for.r ral rwoattt to tors Goreraor Comer' has appointed f
a there wfU W a &syxtx&o eom&UOBS BatVhead as Senator to succeed the: STRICTLY FOR CASH -

s of pablle nests meet mp there late John T. Morgan and the legislature
that win extern: wiser the State .stnt&e ; which meets next month will .:

t gabfest is csseral fro:*,tbe. D tI.A-; probably obey the voice of the primaries : Tuesday Wednesday Thursday tH

1'1'Ii 1'i' tarns Ie the sea, flake Satlta wd be and elect him to fin out ; .'
taaocvrated: 'fnreraor oa SitartUy gaa's uaexpired term. Mr.: yor-I ,.

1'r and as be goes fa as a reform cor- head showed daring a long : June 25-26 and 27. 1r

emor. wfeo rill 40 things- radical ia the lower house of Congress that .

drastic things aad sock Ii to tie he was a man of character and!' : <1

railroads without mercy .e say ability but he is not brilliant in debate '.:.

look for a bet time la the old State; and he will suffer by contrast, .. .
1 -,
this coatffier Gorersor Smith Is a ;with tie great man succeeds. John : :

of 11! Is to Morgan's stature .
strong, comanaadias ficnre. a man B. Knox nearer

brains aad rare courage aad the i than any other politician in Alabamaand ; '
I _
Entire waists
stock of shirt
whole eoaatry win watch his he would quickly make his mark .

tratioa with iaterest. ]( a4mfAb-1 Ia the Senate but the decision of the

a Ttee-presiaeBial aomisatioa primaries has shut him out for this i i skirts, muslin underwear chil-

1&C for him. time at least Alabama should send
'a.1t-1 : drens dresses 3
l Knox t the Senate by all means at less than cost

To dispease or dispense with it j either to succeed Pettus or Bank- : of material. Those who have
for he's thoroughbred. and
head a
seems to be the latest form of the I

Ii IiI booze issue forced upon the citizens the be would best of hold them.his o..nlD debate with : attended our special sales

our floorishlag HtU neighbor city i

of Perry. The Madison New Enterprise i know something of the values
Joel Chandler Harris don't
talks about is as follows: Uncle .

*Th town of Perry Is In somewhat know what he's missing lathe way ofa : we give. .,J

a ferment because of the die- bouquet by not sending a copy of / .

eaTery that the charter ranted by his new magazine to this office and. :. 'VI'

the late legislature provides for the in fact putting the Democrat on his .. -

I I sale of liquor: there by the dispensary exchange list Boosting a meritorious .. fi

method. There has never been publication poised perilously on ;

a prohibition election in Taylor county its uncertain infant legs is where we

bat the sale of liquor in the town come out strong. and if it don't stick goodsin i

of Perry heretofore has been regulated I'. after a course of our treatment it's a ;

ordinance, the license because of constitutional Infirmity ''
by tax required -
being prchibitlTe. The new that can't be cured. In all seriousness sold at 9 g CtS. :

charter amends it so that the council ,' we strongly desire that Uncle

may authorize the dispensing of Remus" Magazine may prove a great .r

"booze" by a dispensary and as a .uece s" Southern In individuality :

town election is near at hand the but national in scope and take its I-

whiskey advocate are trying to elect place in the permanent high-class THE LADIES EMPORIUMFREE

a council which will grant a dispensary magazine literature of the country

privilege. The prohibition people If cultured Southern people generally -

are awake however and with don't give a liberal patronage to

Brother. Pound and his excellent this thoroughly meritorious venture

Herald to aid them in fighting the by Mr. Harris ,they dont deserve I DELIVERY L. S. Harvard, PHONE 15 j jI

battle ought to win out hands I f that another effort of the kind should

down.** I I ever be made in their behalf during I I I' Ie I I I I I I I I I I. I. . I 1.1. I. .. h -


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I; ?\ MATTERS OP INTEREST BRIEFLYCHRONICLED i ii chant of Lee, was a T1.$tor here yesterday -i e.

i ..,. FOR DEMO- afternoon., I ./ Mayor ,Johnson had ten up before,
CHAT READERS I him this morning who would fain
1 1I
rtt TEN DOLLARS will buy a gent'. We are as sure of that as we were have plead "Please. Mr. :Johnson

wheel In good order. Democrat of ; \ ever sure of anything. Our present turn me loose.** Two were arraignedon
| problem Is to convince all those who 'the
fice. a charge of fighting, and
I TREY COME AND THEY GOof I may need Furniture of this fact. mayor said he thought they oughtto

Mrs. H. C. Right of Suwannee l- pay a fine of three dollars which

Station passed through here this Ten minutes spent In the store would keep their temper sweeter

t' pews of Lire Oak and Suwaanee morning en route to Lakeland. i /, will'do more convincing' than a page Tnree gamblers were fined up and

r County Gathered by the Democrat t .of newspaper talk. \ two of them were fined 115 each and '

ReporterFor Her. T. C. Bradford and wife, of the other $10. Five were charged
Madison who hare been on a visit to t '. Glad to have the ladies drop In any with leaving horses untied on the

relatives here left this morning for time they are dow own. \ : streets. These were fined three dol-
t electric fans see J. C. Lyle. their home. / lars each. This was a very light

Always something new to show sentence and Mayor Johnson warnedthe
Contractor Morris went down to Mrs. S. S. Sanford of ,Perry came them. If It Isn't new arrivals In Bed- ." offenders that the next offense

the park this morning. up this morning and will be the guestof steads, It's Dining Room Furniture would call for a much heavier fine.

her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. P. in artistic designs or it's Couches This is a good step on the part of the
r J '),[. Smith of Alton Is here to- May or Tables or Chairs. city officials for the leaving of horses a

loose ht>3 been a nuisance recently

W.K. Jasper Is now supplied with Su- y It may be this, that or the other several runaways coming near result- '

L. Burnett Is having his store' wannee Springs water. Mr. Peeples that we wish particularly to have the ing seriously.

re-floored. sending a wagon to the springs every ladles look at-but It's always SOME I
morning to procure the water. THING. OLD-FASHION TOURNAJfENT.

J. )L Ross. of Rossburg. was here HORSE RACING FOOT RACING
i today. Miss Rosa Belle Plowden the traIn- r Impossible to bother us. SACK RACING. AND ALL RINDS

ed nurse Is spending a few days at OF AMUSEMENTS, BOWLING

G. K. Brim of Platt Station was Suwannee Springs, and has with her PARR ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.

la the city today. Misses Lizzie and Clot hi le Baisden. J. B. Barton & Co. H. L. Campbell, 1
and Master Summer Baisden.A. l\lanager. To the south and east of Punta
)lr. and Mrs. Clayton of Peacock Gorda are thousands of acres of the
1111 > tn i n "4i i n HM ***** '*'>*** t
were here today. M. Ramsey and wife Miss best road building material In the

Ramsey and Mrs. H. C. Draper of State. It consists of clay, shell and

Mrs. W. E. Quarterman. of Perry Bainbridge Ga., are here today en- 5th r ck ready mixed for paving. When

U hi the city today. route to Dowling Park. CITY BAND laid down. and.. packed by mauls or '
passing wag as. it becomes as hard

Geo. E. Hawkins of Wellborn Is Miss Jimmie Green of Branford as any rock, does not pulverize Into

visitor in the city today.J who. has been to the Park, passed dust to be blown away by the wind
through here today en route home. =Jand: Quartette. : nor turn Into mud when. wetIts ."

C Helton of Falmouth. is a ,While here she was a guest of Mrs. fine properties for road making ap-

basses visitor In the city today. A. D. Hemming. ++++++++++ 4 . . pear to tare been only recently dis-
covered when a lot ot It was usedIn
Every Friday.Night at the t ,
Mr. J. D. Johnson and family, of Mrs.e Kimmons has rented her making sidewalks and street crossings
Precinct No. 17. were In the city yes- home to Fred Bremer and she and "RINK." Skating begin- + In Punta Gorda. These are hereto

UnUy.U. her sister Miss Sallie Duval. will. : ing at 8 o'clock followed by. show'' for themselves and they areas 'I
leave for Asheville N. C., next'Tuesday. ; solid and hard as any brick pave- _
band concert at 9 o'clock.
A. Sumner of Pinemount. was. _+. + ment. The discovery of this vast i

KB today looking after business mat- +. Everybody come. t supply of superior material salves ::1

. ten. I Mrs. Syd.<< Conner; and Miss Mary -4. Admission 10 & 15c Skates 25c. -.- the road problem for DeSoto county '-

Grubb came In from Bainbridge this t ++..._.:9_++.. .+ # ++++ for It Is close tel the railroad. easy Ito
FOR RENT-A fire-room cottage morning. Miss Grubb has been to get at and dig up. and the owners ,
.. ,
i vtU all modern Improvements. In- Bainbridge, on a visit to her sister. -- ---- -- ---- -'-- of the land would doubtless sell ata t

,sire Democrat. Albert Johnson and son Jimmie Henry Hogens the expert hard very low prlce.-Punta Gorda =;

Mrs. G. L. Thompson of Gainesville of Pine Grove were here today.W. wood finisher and painter is downat

CUrler and Harry Blackburn who has been at White Springs t the Park today on a special con-

spent last night at Suwannee is now In Live Oak for a week on N. Boatright does draying of tract job of lettering an engine for netRIND ;
the Dowling
i Eprtpp.Wbea. a visit to R. G. Thompson's family. every kind. and gives it personal attention tf- Lymber, Compan

you want draying of any Rev. L. M. Skelton of Wilmarth. .. Miss Rachel Mixon a very attrac-

hind phone 129. W. N. Boat- were. here today. He had been on the tive young lady of Jacksonville Is
Ii The young people of the East End. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Masterson Laxative Fruit Syrup 1
rtPL UXIIa sick list since his return from the
last night gave a Dime Social at the Helvenston avenue. Miss Mixonis
t Confederate reunion at Richmond.W. .
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mc- a niece of Mr. Masters. j
Anal Walker stenographer Pleasant to tako -j
Carther. The proceeds were for a
1 far Robertson it Small returned G. Tuten of Dowling Park, ,
watermel cutting. About forty | W. R. Thurston. the .well-known The new laxative. Does 9
1i from a visit to relatives at Lake City spent several days o'f last week with representatives
participated in the pleasure which and popular f the
Oil morals. his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Tuten not nauseate.
gripe or
at the country home of the latter they always enjoy when they meetat Florida Life Insurance Co y, !
that hospitable home. '! was in the city yesterday and a gfrest Cures stomach and liver t
TOCR RARE CHANCE!-A gent's near Bond. Mr. Tuten returned to
,of the Ethel.
ftod in excellent order only $10. Dowllng Park taking his family with troubles and chronic ,con- ,f
Democrat office. him on Sunda1'-Madlson New En- Cottages with kitchens and dining
I i J. H. Scales cashier of the First stipation by restoring the
terprise. rom for rent at Suwannee Springs.Cottage3 1
National Bank of Perry was a busi-
&P.Tickers returned from a bust furnished except linen; I ness visitor to the city yesterday and naturalactionofthestomach.liver '

trip down on the Florida Railv&7 Miss Erie Kight and her guest. kitchen and dining room furnishedwith returned this morning.J. and bowels. '
Essie of Columbia S.
Miss Brooks
this morning. ,. tables chairs and stove, $7 per
C_. were In Live Oak yesterday, and RefuM ubctitutM. Prto BO*.
I week or 120 per month. No chargefor E. Roberts one a citizen of Live J
Miss Lucy Williams returned with
baths to cottagers. Apply to F. Oak but now numbered among the
them to Suwannee Station. Miss i
I L. Rees Lire Oak. or Suwannee business men of Tallahassee Is a
to Live Oak this FLORIDA BOOK NEWS CO. 1
FOR RENT Williams morning. returned Springs. ** visitor In the city for a few days.J. "

.p-- .
F. Sherwood president of the ,
Judge Carter opened the criminal Live Oak Publishing Company. loft "Eyes to the

court this morning to give the worka last night in to a letter from
response .
;Four nice offices to let in the parting touch before his trip to Mrs Sherwood stating little Frank -

i Building. Can be had Virginia. One Peter Jackson was was again quite sick. He goes directto

I 'I' ..& if wantel Centrally arraigned on the charge of withhold- Kansas City Mo., where Mrs.
ing support from his wife and entered Sherwood is now visiting relatives. Fore't

sewerage and waterin a plea of guilty. During Mr. Sberwcod's absence. Rev

the Building. ::9 3i )Ir. Irvin of Texas a cousin of

mrtn: DOWLJNG PARK for the Fourthof Mr. Sherwood, will be in his place at
July! There will be speech mak- the Democrat office, and assist with

\ ing old fashion tournaments horse the work.A .
races, foot races sack races and PRO I VE

'0 at five room cottage to every kind of amusement. Don't miss WATCH BUYERSIf large picnic party left this morn- cz

This is right in the heart them. I Ing over the Live Oak Perry & Gulf

?*citandjis: convenient- you wish for exclusive elegance In a for Dowling Park to enjoy the day at
of the
The for the extension
plans watch with absolute accuracy of move.went
for some business that fine resort. Mrs. Dr. Brown
Baptist church have been made by ,your ideas of perfection will meeta
-- L. T. Morgan and have been accepted revelation in Mrs. Ridley Col. F. W. Butler wife Is the motto of both soldiers and sail-

by tte ccmmlttee. The building and mother, D. E. Horn and children ors. But Just now all keep their eyes
committee advertise for bids at THEHOWARD to the FOUR that represents the day
a wpl : Mrs. J. C. Baisden, Miss Maggie
and work will soon be underway we celebrate. Young and old. rich
L" o have once Baisden, Miss Josephine Broward,
the extension. and poor of either sex; are bound to
y**&PropertiesSale' I Mrs C. W. Rogers C. E. Humphreysand celebrate the "day of all days.** But

Assistant Postmaster W. WATCH. wife, Mrs J. C. Braswell. Miss you can. at all times exercise your

H Saddler Misses Loyselle Brown independence by coming here to look
it Mitchell who has been a citizen B'I
"show" why over our stock of goods. If you think
this city for the past year has let us you I Hazel Hough Lucy Hopson you can get any better at a lower c.

ed; his position and will leave on the All standard makes for I Humphreys Annie Barclay. price we are willing to lose a good- J ;

P,to the undersigned for first for Brunswick. Ga., where he !Ethel Kathleen Blume Robbins, Juliette Florence Humphreys WlIIard.I ,. sized'wager.. But we know you can't. :: i ii

information. has accepted a position with the sale by (I Bessie Jewel and Messrs. J. B. Hop- ,

Mutual Light and Water Companyas [son Yandell Brown Louis Lawler. i Florida Book & News Co. )
Mr. Mitchell Is
head ookkeeper. 'and others whom the reporter failed ,
6 a very Ecient!' attache of the postof- RADFORDThe '! to catch. The car was full of folksin "

flee and will be greatly missed. His I the best of humor for a grand good
[ desirable one Jeweler; r r COOK
lW co. new position is a very time and it is safe to predict that J. and Owner
his I
and we congratulate him upon I LIVE OAK FLA. 'I they will have It.
It Room 3. good fortune In securing it.


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D TAFT T"Tirgr> "WITH TE1' .. I IBId Wsb \ (nervously -
: Marriage by Trfcpbosves. -A. i rr \M abet -. -e: :,rr'a -
(Atlanta Cwt .)

t;' Hare you ever beea married by ::Ptesatbd ldmt TeQ Y $ al.oat I a -.u v. k ;kA t.i t .QW trembling months oirnryfiw b"- 1_ c -

telephone If you have; yea had eL'.. bl vttc be aeat She Yes _
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I better get married all over again. If Oyster Bar. Ja *- t% ter ; as .. Me.
; yon shave It oar%:
rrs&4 (rt '
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4 you are contemplating; a telephone Taft spent four aors I ems. .** a but .
Roosevelt yesterday, sad **** ** **! *betteka
marriage dont do It. i. bo the eta g
to ret="a\\0 % t >'*;i the you will make InS
left Oyster Bay et
of universal 1IM
This advice on a. subject i vc ; T
,t Sa* revelation t* joa S;
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cocisiescesaeai. that 1 ItUe3tlt
interest is timely not alone be- i l"al .t k "
C .i eumb to$! .
reiaSv* to >* afe.Irt
matters '
eaase this is Jose bat because the I portant the 1e% h5' et: one form
and honorable court of alas i Panama sad tie Fps *** '" 'tre t etrtaatleWlit or anctiejj
high \!Ilt'\ b t e bent Is not beyond isegcj.ley
u county Texas, bad issued: its official: beea coadmded. The lid ** \U .. ,, **Kidney CUre wfH T" ..
rt tfceee uaa *eticas .
that nooacement reJasJve
pronouneiament. to the effect : disappoint Cttyr -
these freak, marriages where the fee said, -we*** oeo&e ***a \i,,

groom is In one tows and the bride ap- rooriate orders were *ssc ft *fci*;i $s ZCtda +'k i113i I -

in another and the minister ia a different -retsrm to Wasaixgtcia, entire ba ire utased M ickathe weak I OcsALtsA When a man Is
: ; around fort"
section of tie country sad aba tie secretary saM that Gem.! tnisasu a t the bladder looking

Msgoas sd iris -a 1ioa. s'ee <<11&- A .oak's I when married. he hay
they an get on the same telephone i 'I aaI aR a.-parr ttb.rra.
wire and go through the form of ceremony i Case for amt; eiea 'll!<**** tre tftt: fee 23 cof&ts.: ail b1' Qty ones.

is Illegal In other words tie i longer, nat the taking CIf the. .:'1 1 I I l t amacy d. I -------

I telephone wire is not the tie that wife is sow fcesresstxs.*A tie: For scratches* burrs,

f binds. ptep.Ion the a 3cOo *> secret 1 11be* lt Scram. Moe.Baawk ,I bites and the many
) I 1 a xatfve paesa 2xt wxn 2 w nII *j breathes' i
It seems that a good easy pioaycouples narmsl esaat mon to every family ss

infest Texas Tie+ fad which .about that xuse. TJse swcreeazy is: :-I..... a e+s la tie coarse of one Carbonized Witch Rawl

was Introduced by a yeoxg siaia la I I yif-T* to Aye*! ve sus at MX- fity- P by City Pharmacy.

search of a novel fora of eereaosy. I ray Bay. Cxia tin Tacas&aa: t>> beg -: beat-4t : *as more than that tbr/

Us found many bzit&Iors.ns I a about a we after ltd recvra to it k* hi ba taking onions or The only way to esrtagj

soned that people had bees ges Tttg I Wasiizgtox. trcca. :X es Bavco. sdmniants: Tooker's Statesman. of advice Is to make *tt __
of tie Christian WIC tie secreta'Y r YU asked to r .
married since the daw
i I I for them to follow *k l ai:;
era. bat that it was sack a navel I l tot of UsnS. cxi wy. i* e A I ri Texan. *

tiizg parried the sa with tie jocxS&rceaest *tgr
and electrifying :3(r. 1:. W.. Goodloe. of 107 St. When you feel the ***!<"
the 1 that S* tad ran down
to be married over p oae.
jo .is St. Dallas. Tex. says: "In theyear take a DeWltt Llttte &jg
Thomas Wemberfey, raac=as. from tie Ta3e oaaseacecezt exereises t
acquaintedwith Ro ck Sold by City
Red Pharmcy
I have become
bet with the presidentt
{ avid his dear devoted ti-oagitless i! to lay a I .
bride were married ia this way. The I Tale woall beat Barrard la. theball Dr. Kiss's New Life Pills and
I Ginger Aleis A man makes a niA jq
Justice who tied the kot... twenty t game today.Tiea.. he return-i to laxative I ever before tried so effectually -

miles away An estate of f*S.t to tie st3 oa he said he forgot I disposes of malaria and take If he thinks nsflif 3 '

left by the ranchman is sow being led bring a his red apple for the bet biliousness. They dont grind nor prove the wearer aa Ma*,;:

held up in court on the groond that but that he had nothing further to i gripe 25e a; Barclay & Groover preeminentamong

\"i the marriage ceremony was not legal t add to presidential literature of the;drug store. dw non-alco- A prompt pleasant &lilt

Ii The Nolan county court upheld the country: The secretary remarkedthat _ holic beverages.It for coughs and colds fa '

,I point made by the attorneys for theI he had not seen Vorys, his political Sorprised.I Laxative Cough Syrta &,
i contesting relatives. The learned manager since the Washington, I was very much surprised when has the highest no opiates and doe .sot <

judge decided that a marriage to be conference which took place on the I called on my patient this morning. purity and most su- Children like It. Sold b-

legal "most be solemnized by a minister day the secretary started oa his re- "Why. was he better?"-Houston perior quality possible macy.
to produce. Asa
or judge or other authority, in cent western trip. J Post.
drink it is marvelously
the presence of the contracting par- efficient in the relief ana It Is funny how may &p3

ties a witnesses, all of whom shall SAX FRA>C1SCO GRAFT. Will Cure Consumption. prevention of indigestionand man can find to-do Out ant

+ attest the ceremony. A. A. Herren. Finch Ark., writes; never causes consti before she starts tway. -

Several years ago a Texas judge Now Alleged That: Arts of Grand -Fo ey's Honey and Tar is the best pation.
Cheap may
refused to recognize a man and woman Jury Are Illegal colds and
preparation for coughs be had, but none are as All stomach tnmbte set

appearing in a court proceeding San Francisco, June 25. All the I lung trouble. I know that it has rich in that ginger Savor, relieved by taking a KB I*.
as man and wife because they had the defensein cured consumption in the first stage.- royal sparkle and benefi-
various grounds urged
cial effect as Bed RocK. each meaL Kodot toes
been married in this .-ay. They were aside You never heard of any one using
support of a motion to st I the seat of trouble, sire
remarried by a minister and the legality the bribery indictments against Vice Foiey's Honey and Tar and not being Sold CTecrwlMr larK or matt

of the law in this instance was I President Louis Glass of the Pacific I II satisfied. City Pharmacy. dw bottles or 6e a class from bottte eat digestive Sold organs by City, direst Phsrral

not'tested. States Telephone and Telegraph The Red Rock Co.

The serious consequences which I Company, and other big corporation, Striken Jacksonville fin.oci Heaven Is a place Jap
the widow in this case is ,facing may officials were retired to positions of "Is Pat on shtrikef ant
make It possible for a
have some little weight in discouraging comparative insignificance this afternoon -ns! he shtruck for more pay! :

these freakish and undignified by a new contention presentedby thin he shtruck th boss thin he! without neighbors.

i marriages. If it does the learned Mr. Glass attorneys.The shtruck a copper annow* he's I

Nolan county judge will deserve a charge brought by Messrs. shtrikin shtone at Joliet"-Bismark I The secret of htpp!** I

( vote of public thanks Delmas and Coogan in their effort is Tribune. I ability to tend to aobOdl'I

this: All of the acts performed by except your own.
AM Army of Men On Key West Ex- the present grand jury since early in -W R. Ward of Dyersburg Tenn. (

tension.Miami January are invalid because the present writes: "This Is to certify that I have Cured Hemorrhages.**.*

( Metropolis.) grand jury ceased lawfully to user Ortno Laxative Fruit Syrup for I ""SeTeralye&r'S stewaffteel

t Quite a number of extension laborers exist when the new grand jury list chronic constipation and it has I so badly affected thatlWN

are now leaving the work and for 1907 was certified by the county proven without a doubt to be a I hemorrhages," writes A- **]

t returning home though an equal or judges. thorough practical remedy for this One Restriction. Wood Ind.. "I took tree

p greater number of new men 'arrive The court took the question under trouble and it Is with pleasure I : The wBfcW1'
Heiress--Count de Broke several physicians
every day and are taken d9wn .the advisement offer my conscientious reference i papa, has a coronet. fit I then started ***'

line and set to work. The most of City Pharmacy. dw i iI Honey and Tar, u4 Bf Wj

those leaving have been with the LIAR AVI> DEMAGOGUE. I Her Father (a self-made man)- now as sound asa- fcS t 1*f

i: company several months and go to Judging From Sights. I won't kick a bit If he'll promisenot mend it in advanced stttss d 1

i visit their families intending to re- ,Is What An Indignant Army Officer "By what means" shouted the to play it In the house.-York trouble. Foley's Hc rand sI

;: turn again in the falL Some few Calls Senator Foraker.St. preacher "do our society ladies cross Dispatch. prevents. serious resa

contend that they can not stand the 25. Shown the river cold. Refuse snbstltsiei Pmacy.
Louis June yester- that connects earth and
f; mosquitoes but this others say is Colic and Diarrhoea. -I .
day a dispatch from Xenia. O-. to the hades!

L not true. as the mosquitoes give no effect that Senator Foraker In a pro- "Bridge!" answered the Pains in the stomach colic and'
trouble during the day and at night leanfacedman get 'till
diarrhea When
negro speech there "went after whose wife had are quickly relieved by the
stayed home to
all of the houses and lsl
quarterboatsare Major Blockson intimating that the figure Saturday's use of Chamberlain's Colic Choleraand man gets used to the
up losses and who
screened and netted
sufficiently latter couldn't be fair" Major Au- was still Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by mind them In the kids ,.
4' to out the The work Is guessing.-Brooklyn Magazine. -
keep pests. gustus P. Blockson U. S. A., said: Barclay & G cover, and all drug-
; ; progressing more rapidly than ever gists. .
"All I have to say is that Senator <<
i f, before at all the camps and by fall A HsaPy )
Foraker is untruthful and blatant
a is
.f, much of that now_ under way will ** Ancient Rome Leather-Like will see that bet DaDl
demagogue. Is now merely a memory of the past.Ballard's Mutton thb a JfI4;
have been completed and trains run- for-to do
I He refused to enlarge on his Snow Liniment "Why do they call this a saddle of
is the family *
ning through the lower end of Lower "**" !
statement explaining that his only live Is necessary.
liniment of the twentieth mutton do "
century. A you suppose asked
( Metacumbie Key. At Long Key the tom
reason for making another statementat positive rure for Rheumatism Burns the thin boarder. fer from worms
headway is exceeding expectations '
'j all that Foraker had attacked yW1
was Cuts Sprains Neuralgia etc. Mr. elL know It-i
"Because it's don't
and a good portion of the concrete so much like leather -
him several times and he felt that Runyon. Stanberry, Mo. writes lIetP at
viaduct is while work the : I Ish and doesnttroubled
now up on suppose, replied his fat neigh-
he owed It to himself in self-defense. "I have used Snow Liniment for l
Knight's Key viaduct will be under bor.-Yonker's Statesman.A with lI'orJDS-
Major Blockson will leave in a few Rheumatism and all pain. I can't
way within the next thirty days. The will did" .
days for Vancouver Barracks, Wash say enough la Its praise. Sold by Vermifuge -
health of the men still remains good man who is In mild pi***** -,
ington. Suwannee Drug Co. dw* perfect health so worms in a -
and those who worthless to k'
only are
can do
an honest day's work when tried always used: j

the company are leaving but the Valuable Coin. Better Play Safe. necessary has much for which he Price 2 5 cents. SoU "
new men coming in every day are
more than sufficient to take their Philadelphia. June 25.-What is Skrappy-Darn this hot weather! should be thankfuL Mr. L. C. Rod- Drug Co.

places. There are now about 2,500 said to be the highest price ever paid I'd about as soon be dead as live gers, of Branchton Pa., writes that I-

men engaged along the route of the for a gold coin was realized today in such a climate as this. he was not only unable to work but A woman Is Dent t1
when the famous Brashear doubloon U.
Mrs. SkrapPy-You.d he nothing In
extension. better leave couldn't stoop over to tie his own there Is
sold for ".%00 to a local numismatist. well enough
alone-Brooklyn Eagle. shoes. Six bottles of about.
Foley'a Kidney to worry
Rumor Denied. The coin was struck In New

York in 1787 by Ephriam Brashear Cure made a new man of him. He
Baltimore June S.-The report He Fired the Stick. a j
and Is one of five known specimens. "I says "Success to Foley's Kidney a Don't: f
sent out from AUanta. Ga.. last nightto fired the walklng-stick.I"Te .. r#
the effect that the Baltimore and carried over *0 years on account of a ure.Clt7 Pharmacy. dw" Don't let JOu 1
Forty Cent Cotton. SJ'f'J
Ohio was believed to have acquired sore that resisted every kind of treat- Ballard's HorehOu4

the control of the Central of Georgia New York, June 26.-The first meat until I tried Buck Il'8 Arnica No Indeed."A cure for CoughS. 13r
bale of cotton to arrive New Salve; that has healed the
new sore and
railroad was denied here today by woman likes to have a man and Psis" ,
and Ohio officials York was sold at auction in front of made me a happy man." writes John za, Croup 1i
Baltimore g'
the the cotton exchange yesterday. Garrett. of North Mills N. C. Guar- remember her birthday. Buy a bottle and try
said that there was no founda- :
tion for the rumor and they cannot Latham. Alexander & Co., were the anteed for Piles Burns etc., by Bar- "Not half so much as she likes to ter. Byhalla, )[1aS.. co

imagine how It originated.A successful bidders. The purchase clay & Groover druggists. %5e. dw. have him forget it." two children WhO"--:'

price.was 40 cents per pound.A many different rtmt i

Is better than One of the chief values of gloryIs If say your Horehosnd::: .
kindness done certainty comes mighty close to wisdom was not so hard to get -
of printed resolutions of being about uncertain I that you can get cash advanced on Croup and Coo1* ,.
columns as a thing as I humanity would not value it so 51&......
there is. I It. used. Sold by
good highly. !
A1any.y .

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- A BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXION Via Atlantic -Coast Line Bailway Washington, D!' CL,- $37.00.

To Jamestown Expostion. For further information and

I$14. 0--Coach Excursion to Nor- Pullman reservations call on or Live Oak Garage

"ti NOW REVEALED folk on sale each Tuesday. write Prank C. Boyleston. District; --',--
FREE Limit ten days no stop over.$22.55Fifteenday Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast ."

beauty Is more desirable than ticket. Equipped for and
[A What Good Line, Jacksonville, Fla. repairing storing
if aD exquisite complexion and eleganti in sleeper. Stop overs allow Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and
i- jewels. An opportunity for every women ed within limit."n.suSixtYday .
: t to obtain both, for a limited Oils
: only. ticket. Goodin Notice for Bids for ,the Erection of I especially prepared for Gas Engines.

!r i|i time The directions and recipe for obtaining sleeper. Stop overs allowed City Hall. Also sell the well known Columbia bat-

[' a faultless complexion Is theE $32.75 within limit. The Bond Trustees of the City of v tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs
by the masterS tickets.
!1 secret long guarded Good in '
E Live Oak. Florida, will on the first in
sleepers. kept Exclusive for
S Blinds- of the ORIENTALS and Stop over allowed agent
t day of July 1907, receive sealed bids
I[j' GREEKS. within.limit of Dec. 15th. Savill Vulcanizing Works Jacksonville. '
for the
' This we obtained after year, of Also: erection of a City Hall In ,

I S work and at great expense. It is the $72.65-SPokane Wash. I'r said city. Sample of this work can be seen here.

I I I [ method used by the fairest and most to July 11 June 19, Plans and specifications now on
Sept. 15.
\ beautiful women of Europe. file with said Trustees. FOR LIVERY -
f I Hundreds of American women who Divers route. Stop overs allowed .
Reserving the
right to
r ,.' use It have expressed their de- west of Memphis or reject any f
now and all bids. The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
light and satisfaction.This Chicago-

secret Is easily understood U5Portland< Ore., Seattle, M. L. BURNETT. Livery seating capacity for four.
aDd simple to follow and It will save Wash. Chairman Board of Bond Trustees.
Victoria, B. C. conditions
you the 'expense of cream, cosmetics, City.of Lire Oak, Florida. T. AL CHASTAINGas
same to
bleaches and forever give you a as Spokane.

; beautiful complexion and free your Summer Tourists Rates on Sale *
skin from pimples bad color blackheads A Lesson in Health. Engineer Proprietor
Daily, Limit October 31st. .
etcIt alone Is worth to you Healthy kidneys filter the Impurities f

many times the price we ask yon to Denver, Colo., $57.90.; I from the blood and unless they Phone

Mad for the genuine diamond ring Gainesville, Ga.,$17.20. :do this good health Is Impossible. 109. .

of latest design. Chicago, 111.,-$46.05. Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound
W. will sell you this ring as one Detroit l\Iich. .45-
,- -
kidney and bladder disease It
above manufacturing
mill profit Xiagara Falls, N. Y.--8.95.
cost The price Is less than, one half strengthen the whole system. City
L what others charge. The recelpe Is Put-in-Bay, 01295. Pharmacy. dw'MM Round Trip Rates To

tree with every ring.It .
U a genuine rose cut diamond
>+ Ml i 1111 u 11111111 i i i 11 u i i 11 i i m u i i 11 >
brilliancy absolutely
ring of sparkling :
,- guaranteed, very dainty, shaped like NOTICE :
a Belcher with Tiffany setting or :i JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA

1JKL gold shell at your local jeweler : f o Contractors and Prospective Builders:I'
It yould cost considerable more than : .:

11.00.We mall yon this beautiful complexion ': THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAY =

recipe free when your order : .

to received for ring and $2.00 In : will furnish you your Lime, ,Cement, Building-sand ; ; From LIVE OAK Florida
order, stamps or bills. Get -
money : Plaster i
Laths and all kinds of? Brick.
your order In before our supply Is :
exhausted. OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. ;

This offer Is made for a limited $32.75 Season tickets. On sale] daily with stop a,

and time Introducing only as a means our goods.of advertising : The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. overs within limit of ticket. Good In sleeper.

Send today before this opportunity ,
to forgotten T. C. MOSELEY. i** M n M-11111111111 m 111111 n 11111 > 11 u 11111 n m-.-; $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop

32 East 23rd Stret. .
U New York City. over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. :

YOUR WRINKLES REMOVED $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with st)p
We Sell Merchants Only

FREE;Information of a simple over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
method which every woman -

can use to-rlrlve away wrinkles $14.00 Ten day ticket. On sale Tuesdays only and

blackheads, pimples and give a fine Carry Stock of
rosy.color to the cheeks and a beauti- only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.Two .

ful complexion to the face. Simply ISS..... , . . + daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning train
end names of 2 ladles Interested and
fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on
the name and address of your druggist Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal Grits Corn
we will mall 2 valuable booklets night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk $2.50. Consult PURPLE

with Information. Write to-day, this Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all FOLDER. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call

-ta a bargain ROYAL COURT CO.. on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast
Lemons Coffee
kinds. Potatoes Sugar
tt 78. Fifth Ave., New York. Line Jacksonville, Fla.

Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, .

Lavadura, Extracts, Wiitting Tablets, Lead Pen-

the Great HeadacHe Gure, ; cils, Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.Schedule :

BromoPepsin"Note Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and .

.1 Wrigleys Chewing Gums Effective, 3Iay 19. 1907. i j

the Word Pepsin.GtiRES ." Anita Fenandey Big Smokers -- _
Cigars was?SOUND An MWWD
1sT.CLASS 20.CLASS + 11.CLASS ocu.i !
, Headache Indigestion, El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. Mail & PaMeD-FYI: and 'Mail &P..ea'Pawns n. sad j.
Pass arer. P.... P- ser ser r-- .'
IuSOBlIII, NerToasnes :
No.Z. No s. No.12 No.4.
No.1. No.5, Na So I
in- Sunday Daily eL Dally (ISundQ S S.ada y -.
Merchants are Cordially ,.
On the Spot. Visiting Daily. Only Sunday. eL S 0aIy !--oDly I'- ."
Opiates Absolutely Harmless vited to make our office their headquarters A. M. P. II. P. II. Arrive P. K. Arrive P. K. I,Arrive A. K. I Arrive A. M. .3.

Leave 8 Leave Z 00 Leave Z 40 ..........._.._Live Oa4_._..__.... C wI C(001 10 tOf{
an&ngfiiU. lOt K., aa< S0. while in the city. 3 544 J
81$ 2 g : :- .::-.::._: $43E t 40 : ;; ::
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i For Sale By S ._........_._Phtt.__.......__..... 540i 537 93710 00
8'lJ 325 300.. i
.:f. OLD A. C. L FREIGHT DEPOT .:f. 834234 .........._...-..Lancaster__.....?_...._- a 311 :: 528 E 945
the City Ar 8 45Ar'! 2 40 Ar = ................Dowling Park......._._-..- Lv I 2S//f ''Lv'20 Lv 925
Pharmacy .....
'Lv Lv Lv i
Lv 8 8 4. C C 45 49 400-----------------. ................ DowhD& Park.---------..... .Ar I 19 I.JAr; 9 14 Ar 9 lC'
.Iif IT. LIVE 0\K. FLA. & Commission Co. 8 51 4 57 C 10 E......._,.........101&70 Junction---.Y.: ._...-. I S 091 13J 5 5us G7i: soa 9 e .10 9ess
;. Cl rwr\1. Live oBOTTLED.Brokerage 900],. 500 420-} ..._. ......-.Day-,.._. := 500 I Lv 900. 900 ;

; \ C 3.'> ........................._Siio,................._ 1- 4bt'wra56.I 850!, s sa IIt1510
9 b 06 .......... ........... end.-. 56i 8" 513 ,
9 251 Ii 2S: C i 00...........-....,...........Smith ,.--.......--_-... 2 lOf : :1{t' $0{ 758 '
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9 Sri 38 5 L5j Fen olloway--- 2 : :1 : :0a :
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: =___= = ArlO 9 Oil b555 6201Ar ;.............-_-_a..amDtonPerry---.Drin.s S ......-... .... L. 2 L. S 55. Lv 7 5A. .J Ii
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,Wholesale and Re- V MAYO AXI ALTON DliAXCII.

III lailDealers in Florida WEST BOUND- EAST BOUND

IS ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY PURE Ert & Fn.& --rPU&ea Frt. &I .&.i P/E PuMa
and Western Pass f.I I
No. No.I a. I No.10. Ne 14,I i Na li. :
Crown- Label and are 1No. 9
Look for the Coca-Cola you Daily I ESunday'Sunday I Dai4y DaSy iSund.ySuad ye
guaranteed the best drink: of Coca-Cola obtainable. The SnaezSun{ Only Oal7 j ex.Sua.'ex.Sua.j Only Only
wtL MEATS proportionate ingredients are always exactly correct, in- ii'F:>l AL'1P.: L1 i A. JL I' P. M. !'w. x. j t st
surW good uniform drink all the time; no over A. I Arrive Arrive ArrIve Arrive
i you a to contend Leave Leave Leave Leave !........... _...... 7 58; S 8 5a Z L3.
sweetening under carbonating or poor mixing 9 GGt 4 010 9 401! Ii 3Ij; I&70UnctiolL........,........-.. een
( and keep your 456, 953 i L1 .........._...._...CIark 739 !:! 842 220t ;
always 1
with Call for the bottled product 1 eterson1 _.. 727 221
Phone 24. stocked. Bottled and guaranteed by the 932 505! 1004'i :: ::::::::::::::::: a.--- :::::::::::::-t I. 715. 220. :: 202Ar10
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3. refrigerator 950s 06 Ar 5:3 40 s ArB 10 2 15j:)' 6 15 .......... ..,,,.-..-.Altos-.....................Ly 700 Lv 2 II,Ly 8 1.Lv 1 1& ,
Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
rcpt deliveries FLA I Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for aU trains to and
I from live Oak and Perry. For further information connections with other
st f WVhere lines can on an" ticket azent. Trains makes connection at Live Oak with all '
in the
Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.
I ENSIGN President. R. P. HOPKINS, Tram Manager
J. LEE :
: City. Distributors Suwannee, S.T. GI:DlSH.\.". Saperintendent. '
Live Oak Bottling Works, Taylor and LaFayette: counties. 'j

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t Hurrah for tbe'GJorioas,Fourth, Caused, by a Premature Dynamite.

The work has been going steadily
Houston Va. June ..U.s a -land -
'notwithstanding the hot dry etief
a OB luBookbee lDffBasmeesE "''Jr"z ""'
'. Feather. This ,town Is sure of six result of a premature explosion of a, .. eteAatfte r

; .*...,.,days erenr week, the building of box of dynamite near Toil, Charlotte En glishOiaiiiing'wfflbecos

.'' < ..e#lnP. fences and other Improve-, county yesterday afternoon eight
< 1 -jteBt.;b -can be,seen,in every direction. persons were killed outright and six

'iF ''The: -home of ),(r. R. :L, Dow ling"will others seriously injured. The*,two

:< :,, cbe: quite an imposing structure when killed are Edward Clark of Charlotte

,finished; located 'on a high bluff: of county, fireman of a donkey engine

tfce SuwanneeriTer.. It will be the and Cornelius Sullivan of Lament.I1L. .

most conspicuous object In town and foreman for the McDermott Construction -

surpassed by nothing In the count.c : Company of Chicago

4 The ,broad new walk across the which has the contract for the construction -

river Is about completed .and Is sure "of a part of the Tidewater

to be immensely popular as a prom railway. The others killed are all "I

S enade. Italians who are Known by numbers

The large addition to the Park rather than names. The accident.

Hotel dining room win accommodate happened in a deep cut where a force

twice as many as the original room of about fifteen men were engaged.A .

and Is a much needed,Improvement. box containing about fifty pounds

The farmers are finding: this a exploded and all in the immediate for Short Practical and intensely interesting courses of study former -
t splendid market for their produce, vicinity were killed. The victims -
We have the best. Special class in Penmanship by the
r- and on many lines could have sold were blown to atoms and fragmentsof work

-, several times the quantity they pro- the bodies were scattered in all Scholarships: $40.00. $50.< $75.00 and$9O.OO.

J duced. The farmers complaint that directions. For some distance around
. their corn crop was ruined has met the scene heads arms and legs were
- with a denial by nature- the shapeof picked up. One Italian was blownso SOUTHERN BUSINESS GOLLEI

a splendid rain which came down far np into the embankment that

most liberally. the body had to be dug out with

Don't make any engagements to picks. A donkey engine standing in Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St. / _

keep you away from Dowling Park the yards was blown to pieces. The

on the Fourth of July.'Excnrisonists explosion was heard for miles around LIVE OAK e FLORIDA 11

; from several points in :Georgia and and nearby houses were damaged by ;
Florida will be here a great many I the terrific shock. The cause o{ the ; L. M. HATTON, t -'

f hare ordered dinners but there will explosion ii unknown as the victims i President and Proprietor

be an abundance for all who may were the only persons in the vicinity. .

{ come and first-class service so I am I George :Mason an engineer was ,... ..A............AAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaa9.1'8a'8Ia.. -- - - ..a..8 aaa8ta.e.iaa8e.88a.eeeei,..
I:;;: Informed by the management. WeS fatally injured.BOMJSMEX --

I" ; also have promise of a special Eagle 1- STATE NEWS ITEMS. Making lark Twain a Doctor. What Be JIi e4. _

: 1* entertainment that all will be glad WILL SUKREXDER. I London. June 26.-Samuel L. Mrs. Goodley--G; ;

J; to see and none will soon forget. An HIM. Clemens (Mark Twain). Whltelaw ten to that ..-
r} I The average man will forgive you clergyman .
f : oration by one of the best speakers Reid the American ambassador.
for almost anything except laughingat he's swearing. E114e.aUJ'
t1' I: In this section of the State a good Alleged )Murderer Christmas Family him. Prince Arthur of Connanght. Prime

tl band the singing of patriotic songs to Be Given Up By His Minister Sir Henry Campbell-Ban- his vocation.Mr. '
t f- by ladies and gentlemen of fine Sureties. nerman. Admiral Lord Beresfordand : Goodley-X I One ot the large retrots of the
musical talent; raising of the flag August E. Rodin president of Ms
Marianna. June 26.-Much Interest !chase turpentine still two miles
and saluting by girls representing the the International Society of Fine traln.PhIladelpMa'a
is being manifested in the case of !north of Gainesville,1-burned FrI-
States ,ot the Union: a tournament I' Arts are among the distinguished
the State of Florida against William .day entailing a loss of 2,500..
.J by the best riders and horses In thecounty men who will receive degrees from
D. Christmas for the murder of three fOEETSEOSEWI
; horse race; foot race; : Oxford University during the his-
members of the Chrismas family coops the cab '
climbing greasy pole; sack races and News Notes From Some of the Cities: torical celebration which commenced
near Cambellton. Fla. last year. The
... other contests will be part of the the and Towns in Florida. today.
ease was recently continued in ;
t_: amusements far the day. circuit court at Marianna. Fla.. and Beginning ;August 1st. rural free The notable event of the week c.wf4
The stores will be open so that maIl e verwill be establishedfrom
will be the Installation of Lord Cur-
will not be tried until the Novemberterm
_"" :lunches and all kinds of refreshmentsand M. ..
of that court. Chipley. Washington county. son into the chancellorship. Thousands L. DIXON W
supplies will be obtainable.
It is reported on good authority of alumni- are gathering here .
rI PROGRESS. here that certain relatives of the defendant Dade City this year for all the today to aid celebrating the his- DENUSEOBTODONTIA .

J I will this week refuse to standas drought has been fearful, has shipped torical life of the Institution which =d.

:I ,1lantes of the Cotton Growers As- sureties on his bond _and that he a world. of vegetables and water- extends back to the earliest days : CEOWH rWOKX. -1oD il.

i i ociation. wi; be returned to jail at Marianna.He melons are going from two. to five of English history. By means of : Srsux i

t The Sea Island Cotton Growers' has been out of jail for several cars each day and the prises are elaborate pageants the events and

Association met, pursuant to the call months under $7,50'bond, which he real good. One grower estimates his episodes of Oxford life from 782: M. R BROOMS :
profits on melons alone at to the will be illustrated. ::1
"- secured by a writ of habeas corpus 11,500 present day "
l of the president at the courthouse in -':,.
sued out after the fall term of the after all expenses la 2 been pair.- The degres will be conferred ,
!r: II" Lire Oak. June 15th. The meeting circuit court. DadeClty Star. Wednesday ATTORNEY&Coussaxstf&.

ri 'a W&8'called to order by M, J. Cheshire, The Christmas estate which is be- Mark Twain has spent a busy LIVE OAX.-: ::

I t r: .. who occupied the chair. Reading of ing divided among the heirs of the An unusual accident last Fridaycaused week since his arrival here the win pnctiee au.a&iDa ia aD.i tile...-c.---rufltllr"iaJ

I the ,minutes was deferred until the murdered man is valued at about the death of John Sanderson numberless receptions and banquets oe: "Etc. All bs-- .

I I next.,meeting. 125.000. aged 9 years son of Dr. and Mrs. E. planned in his honor being sufficient .d NOI'AAX Pnuc BeAm al1. S;
5 ;. Reports from the local clubs represented M. Sanderson of Jacksonville. WhIlehis to keep him busy for monthsto

i indicate that the cotton Auto Troubles. parents were down in the city come Of all Americans the DR. J. W.Physician .

crop is in _fairly good condition. "Can Soken manage his- machine the little fellow amused himself by genial humorist stands next to and Surgac.

h :' A letter from Mr F. G. Shell relating well!" playing on a swing in the rear of the Roosevelt in the esteem of the British Ohl***
'I !< '. to the matter of arranging "I don't know. He stopped beautifully house. While swinging it is thought people and it is a: question If Office: Carroll Building EthelBotiPbone.

: tr. with the Association for a big rally in front .f a rathskeller yes he lost his hold and falling his throat the :president himself would re- Residency at
:' i and date terday. But it was a long time be- .-Office NK8.nrmdmrq. .
fixing a for the same was striking against a loop in the rope ceive a more flattering reception.Mr. .Nan IT1* ,
read to the meeting. After some fore he got the car started again." the sudden jar on the nerves in the Clemens will receive the degreeof Dnw Stow(CBirebr to *s

t consideration it was decided by rote Cleveland Plain Dealer. neck paralyzed the heart and caused doctor of literature from Oxford

.J i to have the,rally in connection with instant death. > although he states that he does not C.S.Baowx. t.t
.1 a picnic at Pine Grove Camp'Ground 0_ Richards relates a strange Intend to doctor literature consid- BROWN & THQMAS

i : July 12th. Messrs. A. S. Hogan It. experience. He said he recently ering its case hopeless.The .

1 .- M. CarTer and Dr. Smithson were missed four ,head of cattle from his What appears to have been a pre- humorist spends two hours
"f constituted a committee to meet Mr. bunch and when they did not return meditated and cold blooded murder every day on his autobiographywhich PHYSICIANS&SCKE8S

; Shell at Wellborn on the day of the he decided to go In search of them. occurred Saturday afternoon at Bun- will not be published unti.
; rally and convey him to the campground After searching all day without finding nell at a turpentine camp in the low- he is dead. His -
in this : J
... UVEOAL :
er part of the county. The
the cattle he started home by alleged
matter Mr.
Clemens is not
J. W. D Whatley, K Brown and W. way of the old Starbird milt When murderer and ,his victims were negro due to modesty, but rather says to a de- WALL pUIJ

H. Johnson were appointed a committee he arrived at the mill a negro told turpentine laborers. From an sire to keep whole
a skin.
I "Caustic
j; to draft resolutions on the him that five or six head of cattle account given by some of the'officers fiendish and devilish" is a phrasehe When in need of nice Tai?
I death of Hon J. R. Newlan. were dead in a burning pit of saw- it seems John Rogers was shot and atQ.1NTON
uses In describing the work and call H. H. PETTY,
Vo further business coming before dust nearby. :Mr. Richard went to instantly killed by Charlie Powell af- declares per on
?. the meeting the Association adjourned. examine the pit and found the charred ter the latter had accused the formerof sit up and will take"make notice.certain" people II wmrs IU fL

bones of several head of cattle in having slandered his (Powell's)

the bottom of the pit. which was wife. Rogers denied that he had in
Many residents of.Escambla coun- about ten feet deep by twenty square. any way discussed the character of

.. ty are now making applications, for The bottom of the pit was a solid the woman, but with an oath Powell S. H. J.Contractor. ISO

j pensions under the new state law, mass of fire and the sides had; burned told him he lied and then shot him. A. L. Train to Tampa Has Accident and B&

I :, allowing a larger sum than heretofore almost perpendicular and as cattle St. Augustine Record. Xo One Badly Hurt.
for plans,
4 for Confederate soldiers and will always go to a fire at night they Seaboard Air Line Railway train Apply

j 9iheir widows, and during the past slipped into the pit and were con' Mr. Hauckmeyer. of Largo was No. 81. which left Jacksonville last and specifi'
two weeks the force of the circuit sumed.-Lake Butler Star.A A. & I'
walking about his grove place near night for Tampa at 9 o'clock was de- Office on Ohio Ave.
clerk has been rushed with work of i the lake east of '
Largo Saturday railed at
evening -. midnight four miles southof
this character. In fact this work sad drowning accident occurred when he felt a stinging sen-

has become so heavy that the appli- at Sulphur Springs Tampa's new I sation in his right side Waldo.
above his TAflVETERIN4
cation blanks have been sent to the suburban resort. Friday when Buford: hip. He hurried home and It was I The tender two express cars mail ct1ASf..

office of Crawford & Crawford in the Leverette. aged S, son of James Lev- ascertained that he had been hit by I car. two coaches and two sleepers '

Thiesen building where veterans and erette of Tampa lost his life. The a stray rifle balL The doctor failed left the rails and plunged In the deep ,
others Interested can obtain Infor- boy was fishing from the dam when to locate the
il ball by probing, and sand but were not '
mation relative to pensions.-Pen- he lost his balance and fell into the the victim Is not In I I injured. Solicits your
danger so he The at residenceb
sacola JournaL wat r. His father and an uncle.ere will probably only person hurt was Conduct
carry the lead through .
tor . .
not far away but were not made life. This is another case wherein ; Bowling who was slightly in

The city council of St. Petersburg aware of the accident until attracted It seems that a man IS Justified jured.
has granted a franchise to Walter by the shouts of some fishermen wha keeping hunter off his place. The Travel to Tampa is being detoured T. J.
Howard Robertson William J. Slem- from a distance had seen the boy strange Incident around
I 1, of Hanckmeyertwound by Gainesville and Ocala. PracJlWATCHMAKER
mer and John G. Lewis to erectrandoperate fall. They did everything possible is that he did
not hear the
a gas plant in St. Petersburg.The to effect a rescue but without avaiL I report of any guiL-St. Petersburg 00
franchise Is to extend over a The body was recovered later in the Independent. Trouble never fools around the

period of twenty years day. man who keeps busy at his own 35 year's tzp **>;
business. Good stoekbf WatchW



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11' 189& Aoamtt U.1S87>
FLORIDA FRIDAY JUXE 28.. 1907. a .1
V x.x. No 4
> At Loss of About
Destructive Fire Has Visited STATE NORMAL IX PROGRESS.

J Valdosta T., 8. and Horace Braan GEORGIA, .PROHIBITIONS
Valdosta. Ga.. June %%.-Valdosta liminary Trial Pre- Session Eight Weeks and 25O Pupils ,
SESSION OF was visited and HeM for Expected
FIRST EXTRA COX- by another to EnrolL
fire Grand .
TEXTIOX FOR FLA. BAPTIST this evening when the lumber plant .Jury. (Gainesville Sun. 21st.)
and On Saturday the THEY WILL HEAD THE FIGHT
planing mill preliminary The
of the WIsenbaker examination State Normal which opened
Lumber Company were destroyed. of T. S. and Horace Bran- under such favorable conditions at FOR THAT STATK...

HO DECIDE: AS TO. COllEGE the The Insurance loss is 140.000 to $45,000 and nan was heard before Judge Connerend School the Gainesville Graded and High -

about $15,000. Besides they were bound building Monday morning, and

{ and the a valuable fialf million machinery feet of,lumber about one the action of the grand over awai-.The! at which there attendance was present considering a most encouraging THE ANTI SALOON LEtttt '

was .
.:;Call to feet July 24th to Take ActionOn on the grounds and was mostly COn- bond was fixed by the judge at the first or opening day still increases ,

Proposition Offered by sumed.. $1,000 each which was readily In point of number, and the Indications

Lake City \ furnished: by the defendants. are that before the end of President of This Organization On

i the present there the Ground to Head the
week 's
will Campaign
;f! A wagon the charge against I be a
leaves defendants
Suwannee Springs heavy enrollment. Before the Legislature
every week day for Is murder in tee
Live first degree And
Ocala Fbu. June 23.-The Bap- Oak carryIng Principal Dr. W. F. Yocum who

If tint contention has been .called tot at the spring water: bottled and corked the crime Is for killing a negro Jim Is dean of the University ortheStateof .
meet In extra session at Lake* City In the morning, thus Hill, which occurred In the Clayland Florida feels very much encouraged Atlanta Ga.. June 23.-Dr. GeorgeW.
July 24 The occasion will be for delivered all Its natural gases and settlement on June 16th. and believes, that the enroll- Young assistant national super-

; the convention to decide whether or to consumers. for only 10 ment before two weeks will have intendent of the Anti-Saloon League.
1 not It will found and maintain a state per gallon. Apply to ,F. L. .elapsed will exceed two hundred. with arrived in Atlanta yesterday for the

Baptist eollego at Lak City. TheE Rees or stop the wagon. tf Search for Lost Florida Boy.. possible' maximum before the cjose purpose of taking the lead In the fight

E bonding and grounds of the old eta:? (Times-Union. 23rd.) 1& the term which will consume for prohibition that Is to be made before -

t university have been offered to the Tax Assessor Hemming tfas receIved Lea ng the home of hj| parents atYoumans fifty. weeks. Qf two hundred and the State Legislature.

convention together with $150,000 In. the following notice from Fla., to seek _employment.I The Anti-Saloon League forces of
Yocum 'his
and force which is
Cash. Comptroller Georgia are preparing a petition for
Croom in
; "The rate a machine shop in
of Jacksonville, one of the most
This la the first time the state corY taxation for all State E. competent that could prohibition to which they hope to
purposes as W. Lowrey a young white Is have been gotten together In the I
vention has been called to meet 'In fixed by law for the man. have 500,000 names signed. Armed
year A. D. 1907 missing and his father Is now in the State went immediately 'to hard
extra cession. The basis of representation is seven and one-half with this petition. Dr. Young Intends
mills, as follows city using every means to. locate his work with the result that the system
; going before the
Is two delegates for every : For Legislature and asking :-
general revenue. 2 mills boy whom he was organized and In
believes excellent
; is Ill. some- workv
; church and'one additional delegate State school tax that the sale of all liquors within
1 mill; pension tax where. ing order before the closing of the the
for twenty-five members 4 bounds of the state be declared
every over mills
; board of health tax. one- W., A. Lowrey the father arrivedin first day. illegaL
f 161. half
a milL"A
Jacksonville yesterday morning The students, many cf Vhom are Dr.Young was recently promoted

3 Notice. and after taking in the various hospitals I no strangers here are delighted with from state superintendent of Kentucky -
SAD ACCIDKNT.e in search the faculty Gainesville
of his boy appealedto and their surroundings
to assistant
There will be a picnic at PinGrove general superin-
the police to assist him in his generally and' have madea
of the entire
ground on July the coantry. ,
camp 12th. Hugh Davis'
Accidentally Kills Himself search. In reporting the matter to united resolution to make this one
given by the Sea Island Cotton As- While Out Hunting. the police he left of the most successful normal schol-
a photograph of the
mutton. Everybody Is Invited to From Picnic at Clayland, July 11,. 19O7,
Monday Daily. young man, in hopes that it would astisVyears the State has ever enjoyed. Notice is hereby given that the
come and bring a well-filled basket.
The distressing aid them Teacher Were Entertained.The .
in the
news was received search.
Mr, F. O. Shell and others will be in this city late Saturday The man first function of the term Farmers' Union will give a dinner at _
afternoon young left his
home two '' Clayland School House July 11. 1907.
there to make address. 'extended
an Program that the
Hugh Davis teachers was on Tuesday
weeks -
son of J. E. Davis, ago and after searching for Every body is cordially Invited to
win be made known later. of this evening when at the
city had work elegant
accidentally several days wrote
shot to his father come and bring a well-filled basket.
J. H. JOHNS. himself while out I that he home of Cot and Mrs. J. M. Rivers
hunting was ill and
near Mayo. needed
money. We extend to the editor a cordial
t' A. C. JOHNSON His father went at 7Le, East Gainesville they were tenderedan
1 once to the scene money was sent to him through Invitation. .
CALVIN SfSTRUNK >of the Informal reception by the Bantlst
accident and brought homebody tnt general deliver ot the pcstoflice. ----- Let every come and, a
Committee Of his BOn_. Tt. eonTM **...* _vit-, ,but as the parents heard Young People's Union. There werea
-- -- w--ua tuai wiiiiv nothing hundred good time. roMMlT"1'EE.WUl1ama" .
or more present and the I
out hunting with a companion they more from him. the father came to .i
TBS Sowaanee Rifles have opened found evening was passed In a most en-
a snake and the boy struck at the city. Kldaey Pills.
I tfcelr recruiting book and joyable manner the students being
. are gettingmay the snake with the breech of his gun. Mr. Lowrey said that' he had call- given an opportunity to meet the Have you neglected your Kidneys? '$
for the annual people
encampment causing Its discharge the entire load ed at the postoffice, and the letter for thee '
Tfckh will take of city; Delicious fruit Have yon overworked your nervous 4
place early In
AugustPsit entering his heart his
and killing him instantly. boy containing the money was
punch was served during the eYeing. system and caused trouble with
Thursday night the company still there. I your

""I via elect a captain and second lien His body kidneys and bladder? Have yon pains
was brought to
r.. his fath The father Is deeply worried about .
taunt er's here and this morning the interment the youpg man and any informationthat at Sunday an early Morning hour Sunday Fire.Fire morn- in loins side back, groins and bladder fl

Ife. took place at Peacock, the old can be furnished him will be i ing destroyed the dwelling and store ? Have yon a flabby appearanceof
toe Voters fa the
Proposed Rlx- home of Mr. Davis. The the under
funeral service gladly received. face especially
, ford building of George Zanders colored,
Special School
District. '
j : would advise each and was held by Rev. Ridley and in the northern part of the city. The eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass j
every one Undertaker Potsdamer
I*JOB to cut your ballots against the eral arrangements in had the fun- Veterans Meeting. tre had gained good headway before urine? Jf so. Williams' Kidney Pills >

11 B- o ed new district: In the election The friends charge. There will be a meeting of Camp discovered and being out j>f reach -of will cure you--at Druggist Price see >{

many and acquaIn- the city fire department,efforts to Williams Manufacturing Co., Props., -'
! U held on the 2>th Inst. Any tances of the deceased will in Jos. E. Finegan U. C. V., in the save '
i join the building were, useless. A small Cleveland O. Sold by Suwannee I
desiring to know my reasons for deepest sympathy for the parents and courthouse at Live Oak. Fla., July building used for a store was .also Drug Store. apr-lyr: I "i 1

.ad i advice can see me personally.E. family in the sudden shock and bereavement 1st at 11 o'clock a. m. A full attendance tuined. Zander's furniture
was nearly '
R. WISE. of the uDtlmelY'death of I is urgently requested.W. all saved as was also the stock of First New Cotton. 1

I'Depeoda. the young man. A. TISON Commander. goods in the store building. Zanders Houston Texas June 20.-The, J

* I >B carried about $500 Insurance on his first bale of the new crop of cotton J
suet at"y say mosquitoes do not Nell-Tes. she said her husband Fanners Union Delegates. dwelling. The origin of the fire is arrived here tonight by express from i

3r1 7"aJ.1 married her for her beauty. Whatdo Delegates to the next session of the rot known. Hidalgo county Texas. Last year jI

suppose a good deal de- you think of that? County Union at Clayland will pleasego 1 the first bale arrived July C and the

oa how good a shot the fel- Belle-Well, I think her husband prepared for two days session. The When a woman tells you she isn'tas 4 earliest bale heretofore was June 22, -i,

"teppens to be who makes a swipe must feel like a widower _now.- meeting will be 11th of Jul/ pretty as a certain other it Is a 1901. This bale will be sold at auction 1
w!Yonkers. '
Statesman. Catholic Standard and Times. E. R.. WISE, President. ; sign she thinks she is prettier. t tomorrow.

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I ed among the voters.urging them to II'II'e ''j'in a corrupt or improper way but is far below his h ",.:
I old standard.
r VAIDOSTA ON DRY LISTELECTION vote the dry ticket and supplying the "incidental expenses" of a long man reaches that Whena In the matter of tit*fi&t

voters with badges and tickets. In{I campaign where the opposition is fame perilous pinnacleof to suppress blind tixwi *|
k' I II that expected to convulsehis Tribune Is mick lKifa
r this way quite good many rotes I vigorous and every county 'in the hearers %
l -- with laughter evry time ;says that the grand Jwy a
were captured for the dry side. This State must be "stumpedmake tax he
IX LOWXDES COUNTY speaks the measure of his
I programme is said to have been carried bill of such large proportions thatit is misery j" body In this coaatrjr ctetH*
YESTERDAY VICTORY FOR"DRYS" complete and it' is time for him I qulsitorial T'M.
I out at every precinct in the well power
may dismay the mm of mod- to
come down. I
Mark ill
ought to
county. come Uon of criminal Jutb It
i erate means and drive him from the home
I The prohis also served Ice tea lemonade race. Oar fare hotel bills I and enjoy a green old age would be in any makwr J*|
I hot printing I with never an effort to be funny b every case feloay uA SM*
I coffee and sandwiches;etc. bills and other incidentals, to
; WOMEN WORKfD HARD All DAY I The total vote in the county was nothing of those numerous little"touches" contract. alike the Inquisition of t&*

1.296 for prohibition and 437 for to which the candidate is would have to b* Ja*&||

: I anti-prohibition. Every precinct in subject by incorruptible but impor- Congressman Lamar is talking on parties charted with tria tt

i :: Hymns Were Sung and Prayers Were the county went dry and Valdosta tunate friends who need a little the tobacco industry in his speechesin brought to trial A tIrI!
= gave 349 majority for that side. money for his district and as Inter- criminal cases deal w 4ventlon j
!. Offered by Feminine Workers necessary expenses in help- '
est has already spread from Quincy of a grand Jtf ..
f.r Saloon Interests Soon ing to promote his interests in a
IT COSTS MONEY TO RUX. strictly legitimate* as far east as Madison and there Is no fact all inUdwiwaftor-***?
J Quit way, make a formidable reason
"* Col. Bob Rogers of Mrjion why it should 1M I+**
.. county total that would eat a big hole stop at the Suwancee each of those cases
who has been mentioned several I the "few thousands"' laid by river some facts given by Investigate mart M te&*
i: i'I up Mr. Lamar will be IM 1fsecuting *
interesting where. InformiUoa
ti Valdosta. Ga.. June 24.-One of times as a good man for Governor. Rogers for his old age. and readers our. **,
"' ..... the most remarkable prohibitionist had something to say on the subject J it he sticks to his resolution we don't "There.: attorney to sai*
o elections ever held in Georgia ended the other day in the Ocala Star. He i I expect to see him in the lists. It Is are about 8,000 acres of I I the party to trial 10&&*:

here this evening with an overwhelmin9 said in the first place that he was not:|! unfortunate that it is this way for land planted" in tobacco in Gadsden J I ling necessary, and es.*..".*.*....
it excludes county. said Congressman Tj.m.... I under the Faulkner saee PI'"',
victory for the prohibitionists. going to be candidate if he some high-class men from d
a was let|
.. ... .. the field but how is "and most of it is ud-h"d-n prohibiting the sale of *.**,
s alone 1 it to be ,
) ine proniDiuonists naa tne Dest or could consistently get out reT *'
medied! tobacco planted'in the sellt' cue *
organization ever known in the country of it, but he 'would admit that certain open for hibition counties
: the main strength being the wo- things might come to pass that I from 25 to 30 cents a pound while t classification. n.,1* **

me auxiliaries. in every district. The would induce him to make the race. The efforts of the late representatives that grown under- the shade brings I other Judicial officer> sib ,{

prohis outgeneraled their opponentsat although he had no present 'inten from Madison and Escambia from 65 to 80 cents. The cost of cases or as atf exaiatete*.*.-
every tarn the antis being unable tion of doing so. This seems to leave counties to hold up by injunction the erecting shade barns as they are i the inherent right to
to get a strong organization of the him In a mixed state of mind on the payment of moneys appropriated for known and buying all material to authority. and power to fI1iI'
business men. subject from which the progress of the State fairs by the late legislaturewill raise 'shade tobacco Is estimated at: contempt is necessarily I**

The proMs held rallies everywhere events will probably rescue him,in due be watched with much interest from $700 to 11.000 an acre. A good right else would t!
yesterday, and after the big meeting season But the Colonel said something all over the State. The Tampa fair medium yield of shade tobacco Is I short of efficiency "n7

,I at the ,Opera 'House, a committee of in conclusIon which showed is really a big institution which can 1.000 pounds to the acre, so one can pressly says the witte *

over 100 was'!"sent to trains to meet him to be a man of stalwart'common be made of practical benefit to every readily see how profitable forty acres compelled to is *.

bands from Fitzgerald and Savannahand sense and shrewd and canny judo county in the State if those counties in shade tobacco would be1.,yielding and with that saYilll ***.J

persuade them to return home. ment suggestive of excellent timber choose to avail themselves of the opportunity as it will from $1,000 to $20.000 per to see. as a layman **

The prohis paid their expenses and fora large executive trust. He told and we should dislike to annum. In 1906 from thirtyfiveacres Faulkner law from a ce

gave'them a good sum and told them,I the Star that by attending strictly to see it dwarfed to a mere local enter- of shade tobacco in Gadsden point of view wherewith i<

that the bands were not needed.i I business he had laid up a few thou prise. But if the fair company is not county a crop was taken that sold any man's *>****

They also visited several negro workj j i I sand dollars for his old age and he legally entitled to the money of for 26000. As an illustration of or otherwise coD1Vt 1
r.' a era and informed; them that it''' was mighty sure that he was not going course it shouldn't have it; although the prosperity of a tobacco growing revered organic to***
I''I I 'wa
be a white folks' election. The conse- to spend that money in a political the objection comes a little late seeing county continued General Lamar. be hoped that we m&r *
quence was the negroes did not vote campaign. That is the very essenceof that the appropriations of pre- I"It Is only necessary to state that the adjudication of tie to***

to any great extent the prohis probably I sound worldly wisdom but we fear i vious legislatures for the same pur: :Quincy State 'Bank carries from newspaper column- '
getting a majority of those who that it excludes Colonel Rogers from pose! have been permitted to $600.000 to $1.000,000 deposits and --
'. the list of availables through. the Quincy National at +
ventured to the polls. I and he mlgtrt Bank carries A Fire <'"!'
The ladies were at the church at as well drop the subject. We live in .oj from $400.000 to*$600.000. Every I Madison. Fla.. Jill : h.

I 4 o'clock this morning and marched !a sordid and mercenary age and the Decrepitude is falling upon Mark one has a bank account and the!,I day a store owned M 1<. .

I : on the poIlu before 6 o'clock. They noble spectacle of the people rushing Twain's jokes as well farmers are amongst the most liberal -1 more at Rutled ad PI
upon tilt
i formed a line on each side of the en masse (or even one at a time) himself if we may judge by the depositors.- During the past ten,i was destroyed by 0r* (
walk extending from the Court House to old Cincinnatus ploughing in the reports of his funny business press years land has' advanced in value which is unknown. n ..

.>'..- to the middle of Central avenue, leaving field. Imploring him to drop his agricultural England on the present over in from $6 to $50- and $100 per acre.1 I by a barber who raa a
feet wide for voters pursuits and come save his dear visit. The The Gadsden : of the h
f- a a passage four old fellow has said and county tobacco, now,The contents #
to cast their imperiled country lives only In known as Florida tobacco BuiWia
; to walk through more to give the world honest Is wrapper total loss.
TOtes:. There were probably five hundred doubtful history and has no modern, I than any man of his laughter --!tobacco, and the agricultural depart were insured. Ting >e lr

women on hand. counterpart.' Nowadays if he wants but he is working In his generation low grade' ment at Washington pronounces' it to occupied by tM

'Out in the crowds the ladies work the job he pays for it, not necessarily ore now and the quality of the be the.finest Wrapper leaf grown in Bank and the
output the United States."
brick. was

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} To Investigate Internal Improvement knocked down to Hon. John P ViH,, Iasi LMi, die izl ac "

OUR SWINGS APARTMENT ard-peu Session Wm'Be of Tampa, representing James M. (alT; .. .

"'>e Held. ford of'New York CoL WalTs bid MLIlfe: ,anal"lfia. rl,

''>'' is not restricted in the Scope of its patronage ,If is Tallahassee. June 24,-The committee varied from.$t.U': to';LTS per acre who five erbOftt taw_aeHs8 .w

'", broad enough to,accommodate all. and created by the legislature to according to,:the nature. .of the soli.. here were: at.the iglss Ar /
visiting their nnele, CL. T; '
continue the InTestigatfon of the acts This does not give the bidder possession
: of the trustees of the Internal Im- of the land bat merely the first Charlie Blackburn esee over i
Live Oak Saturday'DIeM., d
LThe young folks! with their small prvement Fund from ,the beginningof opportunity to file entry papers. .
; Sunday here. Charley J* I
2.-The bread9f!in f ier. striving to accumulate a fund the trust to the present time,met This land is of a diversified nature with Suwannee Springs:'
to and organized this and Is valued_ at 1100 pe racre.
procure.a home or a competency for old age. afternoon. The J. Murphy formerly o3 Live(

i 3.The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and committee consists of Senators Trammel is now a permanent resident of
the Cone. Sawaanee Springs.
income provided. Leggett Representative -
E ; Springs. and>takes water 'to\
3 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other Reese. Carter Knight and Matthews. Special Correspondence Oak dally for sale In bottles.
investment. Suwannee Springs one ot the old-
i Organization of the committee'was. "
In conclusion,, w ewi&hto say
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida completed by choosing Mr. Carter M! est and best all-the-yearroand: resorts this famous resort is Sfwned and :
in Florida is-only seveanmUes from
l J chairman. Mr. Reese as vice chair-.! aged by Live Oak .people. a4
Live Oak and we are surprised that
man and Mr.
Trammell as secretary. serves a hearty stfpport from the ;
Expert accountants will arrive tonight more people from that city do not pie of that city. There is a

and work will begin Tuesday frevent here. The surrounding hotel here. 18 cottages belonging

Live Oak Co. morning. All cessions wll be open scenery is wild and picturesque. The the hotel company, dining hall

MTg. and all persons with charges against bathing in the pool Is delightful and trill lights, and water power pi
the boating and fishing on the river
the rnstees will have an opportunityto laundry building., etc.
unsurpassed.As B. W. Helvenston elc
owns an
be heard.. It
is the Intention of
to the wonderful curative pow- brick
Manufacturers the committee to thoroughly Investigate cottage. CoL Gen K.
ers of the water there is no questionor has a large and well fitted noose, i
all official acts from the begin- doubt. Excellent hotel facilities' Mr. Bow'en owns what Is known
Lumber Shingles Ice ning of the trust.
Electric !
Lights are afforded and the cottages are not the Log Cabin. The last three ;JLa
box houses but) substantially built!
constitute the property owne by ;
Power and Turrpentine. Hot Time In Xewberry Jail. with broad verandas and tightly celled -' vata individuals.

(Gainesville Sun.) inside and provided with fireplaces i Say Mr. Editor the entire

Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Because Tom' Williams a negro bath rooms, closets lavatories : ocrat: force and all citizens of 1.1

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate who was in the Newberry Jail upona and. electric lights and the walls I Oak we want to impress apoA

Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing charge of assault with intent to and ceilings inside stained in cherry"color. I! the fact that when you need aj

1 murder.tried to burn his way out of AU the conveniences one of rest and recuperation? Sawu

purposes. prison, he,waS himself severely burn- ,would wish for are provided. Includ-! Springs is anideal place to come to.

Wholesale and retail Ice-out' of City orders have ed without accomplishing his purpose'J(Ing hot and cold baths. At the hotel I Suwannee Springs Jane 24, 1ft
spe- which is under the immediate charge
as the fire was discovered in time to) I
c cial attention, and all orders aromptly fiilled. save the building. Williams, how- of 'Mrs. F. L. Rees. who is assisted. Park Hotel News.

We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and ever was in the thickest 'of the by Mrs. Mahone Reese two as amiable Cal. and :Mrs. William B. Whet:

flooring. Come and get our prices. flames, being confined in the cell ladies as ever lived in Live Oak and daughter. Mrs. Hntchlnsoa
everything is attractive the tableis rived at the Park hotel last weep
where he started,the fire. He will
furnished with the best the market spend the summer. Cot WheekM
" now languish in the county jail here '
affords, and the-best of attention is1 a U. S. A. Colonel but has retired
haTing been brought to this Sat-
city given guests. As a matterof fact account of falling health. lie is
urday by Constable J. D. Siford. '
this Is an ideal resort especially for interested and> enthusiastic over
Williams will now have to face two one who needs rest. cause as ever. Airs Wheeler is qala
"SEABOARD.I I charges that of which he was arrested favorite the of UI
C. T. Turman, who is quite indisposed among guests
and arson, which is a serolus is a cottager here. Mr. Tur hotel as she,is a great lover of Band

crime in this State being a capital man live in Liter Oak and is in the I very gifted and accomplished if

crime. employ of Col. Porter. this art.

Fortunately the flames were discovered B. W. Helvenston has a fine brick, There waS quite a large crowd nc

in time to' present the escapeof cottage here.,private property, which istered at the Hotel yesterday (8. -
Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, the prisoner and save the build- Is being occupied by Mrs. Helvenston. day) and when the large dining '

Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, f Ing.. Mr. Helvenston was a visitor here now under construction Is finished

Philadelphia New York. !' yesterday: Mrs. A. H. Helvenston and l large ,crowd can be accODt

v Land Sold at Auction. daughter. Miss Mamie and grand r very comfortably.
(Gainesville Sun.) daughter. Miss Jennie Weller of Lake The new dining room will be-

TWO ELEGflNT>; TRfllNS\ DOILY There was a lively scene tn the City, are guests at the"qelvenstoncottage quite an addition. It Is large roomy!
nicely papered and has as many wla-
and are evidently having .&
United States land office In this cty
time dows as can be cut In the walls,!
a day or two 'recently which re- delightful
Seaboard Express Seaboard: Mail : sembled for a time a stock exchangeon .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burnett "'andMr. which will mke it cool and comfor

*-- *.- a miniature far : and..}ire. W. L. :Taylor of Live table. -
scale so as <
The of the hoter
guests are
Oak.. have been here for a week or
was concerned. more occupying a cottage but ')Ir. grateful to Mr. Dowling for the nice

Modern : Pullman : Equipment. The occasion of this commotionwas and Mfs. Taylor will return home to- wide walk across the river as this

, an auction sale of right to entera day. Mrs. Burnett may spend the Is a favorite outing for. them. They

tract of 240 acres of land on Gas summer here. Miss Blanche Bur_ love to go on the bridge and view the

parilla Island in Charlotte Harbor nett who came with the party, returned beautiful winding Suwannee.
4 The Jamestown Exposition Line near' PuntaGorda, which has been home Friday. Mrs. J. L. McCarty ,and little

01tt but recently surveyed and opened up Dr. J. C.. Cravly. of Pensacola. a daughter, of Fitzgerald are spending

NORFOLK VA. by the United,States Government.Hon. retired physician who generally awhile at the HoteL Mrs. McCartyIs

i Henry S. Chubb, register spends the summer' here arrived a lover of all social functions. andis

It Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily,. proved himself upon this occasion an .yesterday and Is a cottager.J. admired by all the guests

apt,auctioneer and succeeded in get- i J. Jones and wife of Live Oak Mrs. R. J. Caddy and little sop ofUnadiU.

For full information and.Sleeper reservations till on any agentof ting a good bid. I were over yesterday and spent the .. are visiting Mrs Caddy's \
Seaboard or write Theer were in the neighborhood of !entire day here taking home with son. Mr. Chester Allea. at the Hotel

; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. CfenL .Agent Jacksonville Fla. ; ; fifteen bidders and the right was them their little Gladys Lony. whoa for two weeks.
Mr. Avera and children of Quitman

& . left for their home yesterdayafter

t 11d st FLORIDA. -_. RAILWAYSCHEDULE. Live Oak, Perry: & Gulf R. R. Co.! the fourth.All HoteL a are pleasant.expecting-two a big weeks time stay on the at. f"'

CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. ANB A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE CAL: Schedule Effective May 19. 1907. j jDrawd7
f A4t -Posey. \-
U4D 110... CENTRAL TIMB.or a&4D QrY3i .
t* Married at the home of the bride's :;
to 1iii wffifr sOOND KAft DORND1sr. father,. C. C. Posey. Mr. Elliott Drawdy -

- .WgtIM.aI 1Mai1 Inc,FL .Ct Ass ct.ASS I Mail 44 1ft.pauea CLASS tPaFrt.Pala 1.A8II aDd to Miss.Ellie Posey. Sunday. June

t E3 L :STA: rIONS. p ,. Exp as8sadu. Ex Mail A per.n.Frt.Paaa and PulL PI' \ her PaxNo 23. at 11 o'clock a, m.. Rev. A. J.

at'i Dail,. DaiIr.; SUDdq. No,i 0. No.12 No.4. Futch officiating. .
1. Na 5. No.3. Daily. Sunday Sunday Daily en
Sunday Daily a San Only .nly Sunday.A. After the ceremony we were invited
Daib. Only Sunday.
, orpart 110 s III a ao D.L. Live6 Oak-..... ...-Ar-l0 60. m i 400 p QI P. M. P. M. AII. A. M_ to the dining room where we
P. M.
M. P. M Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive
Intl tO 4 4 10 & 134 p III L. Parser L10 30 a m i 20 p mMato Leave Leave Leave 290. Live Oat-. ...... 4 5 600 10 00, 10 found the-table loaded with everyf"

!ouXt.ntorc 'N.III L. _StoLley......_-1..,. 10YLam S00pmIfam 8 8 00 18 2 2 200 18 ......_....._... ..__ ::.... ........... !: 15 44 a 10 54a I I thing that would make a hungry man
t. 8 8 !fi .-... ..._...____ g-=: ..:.... 37 I9 glad after an early breakfast and along
ib4pmL t1020am _...._ ...
445pm 8 34 234'' .............. hot ride. We'll may be
L4 bAr you
sham t 08pmLV _Krk1-.1 T'.. 1010am 8 45Ar; 240 Ar : .......__.......Do"'lnar! Park.................. L" 25'' 2OL.! t ZO L" f .
*. 3.6 { 40pm Lv 8 4' 445 Lv .., ..... DowliD Park-...-- Az 119"L" 5 10 Az t 14Ar 914: sure Mr. Editor that .we did full ins
.4D a m t 1. p w Az. _Wilmarth.-.......-- ... .__L. 10 00 a 84' 449. .........-...-..-......-ChaDceF:.............-..... I isl 915 Justice to the dinner and thought we

, styttn J J5bfl 50 .III L. W LuravviS....,. w _....-Ar. t ZO.p III 8 990.57 457 500 .::== layo....._Day.Jnnctian.--... :=::=: =:: : ='s b60307 500 Lv 900)' 03) 9s 9s could but go toy weddings every day. 1 3:

;= : t-...--I:::: ....-_....--.... ....: 506 331....._..__......---sao_......_......_.. I { 54 Ar g s 33 The groom is a thrifty Suwannee =.
4A 906 ...._. { So $ b who is farm and
running a good
..tejiso ... Ar.__........_-...__.......Wilma.tb.i7 .....-.. 9 925 1 5 525y 10 ::::- = = :::=::::== : 434 18 830 8 13 7U boy.
r .. mercantile business In connection
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8460 t. p m L. WilmanL.--0.. 9 n a III t 15 pili 38 65 ... __....__.-.._.Perry____....... ... ..L 200 21 Lv 365 40 6 L. 850 L T 1Ar10 S with it.The .
JtjnSJlnoyo 31 It a m t U p III L. --811___Riftr.-......._L.. f 55 s m Ar 6 20 Ar uaapt n SP YL------- M. P. M. A. ]L A][
l U t 12 p III P. 3L P. bride is one of Snwannee's.
.N_ a t 10 L: .. r.. ,
p m f {Sam
Norwood.- Sit.a fairest flowers and all Mr. Dawdy'sfriends

ittloasl : !...ItI. m t. p Ar. alv..-......-...... L.. Iii m are congratulating him upon
', ?! p a L., ......-Ma7- .., a45pm MAYO AND ALTOS BRANCH.WIHT .
RttlgDf. \ 1.1 the prize he won, and the friends of

It bbs i-a.- s as h v _.,toA....-.... '.v.. EAST BOUND both are showering congratulationsand
I ur BOUND- best wishes both.
e 3ine n- 1 AL._ ..._. _........Maya..... ..? ---Lv. Pasaen Pass upon
Fit e I
, n itl.e ta"III" ......" .31. 1400.m Frt. do Fri do a.... Paaen, pit Pam.a Pax per ser We are glad to know that they win
# u. Para Pass ger ter reside in old Suwannee permanent-
n. ain 4 49 "III L., .c:.. Pedr- .. f 30 s 1ft N..3. No 10. Na 14. No.16.
1.' siSpm Na 7. No.n Nw 11. Na 13. Daily Daily unday S nezSnn. a r ly. s
F_ t.. 1I1II ._......_....Sa1tll-A *.. Yam a16 Daily I Daily Sunday Sunday Only :Sus ezSun Oab Only
pm ez.Sua Only May they have' a long and happy
11 K i ... A GIIL--_ -1-.. 'OSm A. IL P. I M. P.M.
I 11011L dark clouds of
: = 145pmI1t"III A. M. P. M. A. M_ P. M. Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive life never having any
'# L" Chariton.... ...-.....-......-- ...;L". ll00a. I-liP" Leave Leave Leave 940 Leave b 30 _.._.._.MsyJunctaa ... -' 7 58f 3 e0 8 211 trouble over life's stormy sea. seeing
. 906 4 ._.. .......... _Clark.---. 739 243 8 29P2
: .... ........... Lkn. ". 9 22 466 953 $43 the'sunlight of happiness.
> k n. S II p III L1f ses.n.- -- 113 s III 2 28 P III 506 10 03 553 .-____..... ..--Pt.-----M 0n.--- __. a 7 IVs i 20s 8 2 only

, the 1A lIS II"L"__siren Lbo way__....L". 8 45 a m ArlO 9 54 06 a Ar b 13-4 40iAr1e 25 6 ._-___-_.-.. -.-.-....-. ...__.tLv 7 00 Lv 2 1tLv 8 liLy i os A FRIEND. 1d

** > I a.... ., -Dezrk-_.....-1... a a m Iii
,38 piliI
made at Dowling Park for aU trains to an "Gerty says she's twenty-one. Do
(*$t w. __ _... .". Regular stop. Connection with otbeJ
na Vwtfl Ie p -I'eR7 --- $30a. 1 It P mT For further information as to connections you believe that
Live Oak with at
from connection at Live Oak
lines call on an- ticket agent Trains makes "Surely I do. To my certain "

a d Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. HOPKISS True Manager 1. knowledge she was all of that ten
R. P. ,
.ti-ji +g1 Telephone StaUoa. (O Flag Station (r) Renter. U) Reo-Iar Stop. (a J. LEE ENSIGN president years ago."-Baltimore Amerkan.
. Fi T. P. ALSTOM.' SBperinte-dent.. S.T. GRDlSHA. SuperintendentC -_
HA'sa G.aeaI Paa..ngr Agent: I
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;( The Hinely* Stephens- Company' -& '

; :ii LIVE OAK, FLA. .

;: Wholesale and Retail ;

I > Dealers in ,V;,.
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and -

I Buggies

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\ Mules cI

and _

tudebaker and Florence Wagons, t WagonsHarness t

: Log Wagons, Turpentine Wagons, etc.' g

Tie and Wood Wagons, Farm Always on hand. a fine. -, We handle the following wall known- Baggies! : I

Wagons Dray Wagons, Delivery lot of all purpose. Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Tison & :-
Horses and Mules at Jones, Hackney, Sumners, and Wire-Wheel ball e:-

Wagons and Road Wagons : : :. lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggies i

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ae tobacco growers la Ga sdatj i 111111 i 11 i M H 11 i 111111 i 11 m i n 111,! 11 ii 11111111 m',

are Jut beginning to harvest
crop which are said to be eerythin R. B. BLACKw

i year. t
i .

I 1V tot Nrgfeft the Chlldrc*. -I It j MOUNTAIN DEALER IN I
this season of the year the first
staral tooaeaeas of a child's :

i *U\Diarrhoea.Is The should Chamberlain's best haTe Remedy thing Immediate that Colic followed can Cholera attcn-be by .I:1.c1idontlon.:0 ALL Biliousness WHO su-Mi-i TBXSX Kidney WHOLESALE l[ l[ SUPPLIES[ I in ill[ ,

r oil I as directed with each bot- avheumntisnl. Dyspepsia. % ':
el the remec 7. For sale by Baray -
Groover and all druggists. w Dr. Pepper Mountain Herbs comes like the dawn of anew day- .
tonngL;*a new, healthy and happy lease on fife lUsa guaranteedcure
i containing- neither alcohol, calomel nor mercury-simply a -::
i Brald$ntowa has voted is bond for remedy cheap that it brings good health
s pore vegetable furnish farmers their Flour the barrel Cd- ;i
11.000 for municipal Improvements. within reach of alL We can by ;

,000 Is to be spent for street pav- .ISO'l'a.1eta'rdfr 100.. "WriWbnluWe ate told la ISo infocmatioK*ni Wo fr-t.ekc at aD fee by-the package and Green Coffee by the sack -
system and d wvcrottOeddmetfarpnc*
for a sewer
$15,000 works system Rice and Sugar by the hundred pounds. Bran
10.000, for a Crater MOUNTAIN U&RB co.. 8saoacwill., T. .
4 : Shorts, Cotton Seed Hulls Etc.. at priceswhich ;

Piles. riles! Piles: : will save you money.
i Williams Indian Pile Ointment .. .

it-enr.Blind. Btoedtac. and Itching For Sale by City Pharmacy. I IWILSON : s;;

T lies. It Absorbs the tvaiers. allays Come to our wholesale store when in Live lit
r tchta* at enee acts as a poultice. !'

*vet laitant relieL Williaas Indian 3 till III I o i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'_ for Bargains. We shall be pleased to show
for Piles
[>ile Ointment 1% prepared

w k knd 1 druggists itching of the mail private SO* and parts.11.09 Sold & THOMPSONt|: you how you can save* money- OH your sap ,

t s* Maaafacturtnj Co.. Props.. :t I
Ssvelaad.. Said b7 SuwaaaeeCo. I
Co. apr-lyr Furniture I .
11 plies.R. I>

.An ncluded interesting la Gainesville murder Wednesday trial was 01 .ARE OFFERING Pianos 101 I B. BLACK H I ,

|when William Thomas, charged withe BARGAINS IN. ..

quitted,murder by of the, Haxey Jury which Scofleld was was out and Organs !1 1White' Howard St., Next to W. S. Hodge.

{only a,short time : ;

D&n't Fail to Give us a Call when in Live ---:!
Tar and Caachalngna : Sewing

,For the complete cure ot Coughs. :. The Machine Best We have the. stock to supply your every. Our Portable Saw IiI
i in the Market
Colds Asthma and Bronchitis and aU wish. Outfits are the best oa

,Lung complaints tending to Consump- Easy Terms on Installment Purchases. earth. We carry a W
con Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry,
r ock of all kinds MACp*
have for ages maintained an
reputation as a.standard Cough., WILSONTHOMPSON, I ERY and can make immediate shipment. Write ,

; Remedy.- It contains no opium or FLORIDA1111ii11i11111111111 for _Illustrated Catalog. -;
LIVE OAK. 5 : : :.
; harmful drug can be given with ;: ... . . .......___... Address MALSBY COMPANY,
- A A n"- --"---'. A- .A .A A. .A A. A. A. A. A. . .A.. St. :"
41 S. .
safety to children. Price $ I ATLAXTA.6J-

by druggists. Williams UTg Co.., of Live Oak. Suwan within tvo years from date as II 'Fs tabli.3ed 26 Fe.,... Sold earl,'half a&ioa dollars worth of good m&*" i iMallary !
Cleveland. O. Sold by the Davis a resident
Props. quired by 1 lW. re-I ,}
will on Tuesday --
County Florida =:-
Sowannee Drug Store. aprlyrAD1ILNISTRATRIX nee LIZZIE DEXTER
the 17th day of June A. D. 1907. RUBY, DEXTER.

NOTICE. make application to the Hon. B_ H. Executrixes. Bre5Machinery .
Palmer. Judge of the Third Judicial May 24. 1907. m24-3t
Sixty days after the first publication -
Circuit of the State of Florida at
of this notice. I will present my ',Lake C'cy, Florida for a license to GUARDIAN. XOTICE. -
and Touchers to the County Notice is hereby given .that
: control
manage take charge of and sixty days after the first publication Macon,GeortfU
,Judge of Suwannee.County. Florida my property, and to become a free, or this notice I, as guardian of, and
at the Court House of said County dealer in every respect. L M. DAVIS.' for the estate of Haffle Louise Strip >irl1lGlNlbs. BOI
ling minor will make m7 annual
to be allowed as my anal Applicant w5-17-4t repor and vouchers of said Guardianship t TTON CIMttUIB.lG1td '
Solicitors to the Honorable J. N. Con
mentFLORENCE nor.,County Judge. at his office In the iM3its.PswsiM O.tlltsGASOLINm -
MILLS formerly 4
G. Notice. city of Live Oak. Florida, and will at =
t Floienee G. Brinson. Administratrix distributers said time ask for a final dischargefrom .eetst..o '+ ..
AU creditors legatees t o
nl6-2xu| said guardianship. make it to 7w+r fstis.
of Estate of Horace Brinson. and all persons,having claims or demands J. STRIPLING.. -
Guardian far Hattie Louise Stripling. -----
NOTICE-FREE DitLEIt.To.whojnL against the estate of HoraceF. --

Take notice ay that concern I. L.:M. Davis a deceased. Dexter, are late hereby of Suwannee called upon county to qlmnO iEYAMTARa. ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT -

married woman the %ife of J. E,i present the same to the nndersignd .. '110.--..cad141 .


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E I El Wish you to bear in'nind. That- .

i h we carry at ALL times a full line of Build era \ In Costly.

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!!i'(" Supplies, such as Paints, Oils, Varnishes, .Sash, Doors, Blinds, ALABASTINE Houses.1) *__-
rations is not always__
I;. y costly materials is ncr
Screens and etc. In fact
I E,. everything that comes un't*matter of ksowfer
t= use material that i
I der the head of "Builders on of themsehresTery com .
\ Hardware. If you are going Alabastine produces ;
' beautIfoI..waIl
>= decorations because a j
generous portion of this "know how" was toed to its t
manufacture .
!t to BUILD or PAINT. It will pay you to see us and because every one who purchases it Ttn alp
!- ""know hOw to use it to the best adrantage *

It I"I .before placing your order. "

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E The SanitaiyWall ,
i .1', : +Osoo+ooo+oso+o+Oroe:o.p.psp o+pa.p+o+Oso000a.t.o Coating

! HARD WARE! HARD WARE!! is more durable more beautiful
o.o. more sanitary and in the Ion*
!' '" o+o.O+O+O+O+O+04O40+O+O+.O+pp.O..p+O.o+G.O+OO+ .s- more And economical than any other form of wall covering ever
: ,' i "the'A1abastine Company through us, speWIDOl'e
moneyto help Alabastinepurchasers to useAlabastine intelligently -
than any other firm ever has. That
is why to"Alabastine"your borne means to
'use a simple material in a simple way so as to
The eeeure'effects that are at once artistic and a
y credit to your good taste. Viait our stcre
I Roof hat Lasts early and let us show you what Aliibi'tfrM
!'or.cabt barm,howii is and what it win do. 4
t: tug thAt excels..l.aorooe- HOW about thoseSCREENS. Suwannee Hardware

'It PAROID Co. ;

' -, |; Ready Roofing That you have been /r r

i i..eew.m .nd danbf. )
the its kind p Doateonfumitwithca ,flimsyrooflngm.tbt kite. er'p intending to put in this Summer? Come \r- t

oo can rpoflnr put it kit on.fre = and see us about it and let J
,;fi .- eac*!roil. Bend for us, give you
ample and book on"Btdliiia ,
Jt e "'my.** estimate y
r an the
:::>Nr"" on J-job.
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Everything in :Hardware: : Building and Mill Supplies.i .

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N. E. THOMAS lady customer of or h4 Mf*
: T.O THE BEST SHOP.THE fared with tetUr for two or tkr..
ears. It cot so bad on br kaadsthat
she could not attend to ,.,
Y and DELIVERY Special Prices on Moving:.HouseId :. SANBERG CARRIAGE WORKS. E household datie ODe box of Out-
berlala's Sale eared btr. CB&mbr
Furniture, also Special Prices on Delivering ain't medicines gin splendid Mt!..

Building Material Giving cur personal skill and experience to the tradewe I faction Rodney In t this COL. Almond.comm.a1tT.IL Ala.. Cram

are prepared to build, repair, paint and trim E berlain's medicines are for sal by I
i Barclay ft GrooTer and all dnae-
for. the Public. .
images Etc. gists.
Carriages, Wagons, Buggies,
PHONE 119. P. O. BOX. 5. : The party of four gentlemen two
f TRY US. E Whitney and two Thompsons who :F
arrived here week bctoro last In )II'.

r. FMER6tINTIIL GO. :5 The. Sanberg Carriage Works, Harry Wanderer Payne and Whitney's chartered prirate the schoon car,

er-yacht. Heron, for a fishing trip.
2 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. : spent four and one half days between
DEALERS IN 4 .! here and Punta Gorda. and succd
In landing seyenty-eljht tarpon besides .
ieneral Merchaodise, : any quantity of small fl h.- #R
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it |t FURNITURE COFFINS, ETC. 1 Every Man Ills Own Itoctor.

Co. The average man cannot afford tu
; ROBBINS McQEHEE & employ a physician for every slight I

1 try Produce Bought at Highest :- ailment or Injury that may occur In
{ his family, nor (an be afford to neglect h
i them, as so slight an Injury as
Market Prices.
I =:: MANUFACTURERS OF Castings in Iron, Brass and Bronze.ZZ. == the scratch of a pins has been knownto
cause the loss of a limb. Hence i ievery
Standard Gauge Logging Cars, Phosphate Mine and Dredge :=: man must from necessity be his

NF'ORD FLA.Nell I == Machinery. == own doctor for this class bf ailments.
::: Success often depends
upon prompt
== Boiler repairs and shaped sheet work. Locomotives overhauled and t
= repaired. We make a specialty of the . ::=: chmery, or can substitute new parts We are thoroughly equipped ::::3 when suitable medicines are kept at a
5- throughout with up-to-date machines. =:: hand Chamberlain's Remedies hare

e, : 'AIpTflM ANY g ROBBINS & McGEHEE, Live Oak, Fla. :: and been enjoy in the a good market reputation.for many years.

,. MUUIIUI DAY ?l itlf11i1uif11iiIUllllUIUlifl1UbllliUUIUILULUilltlililtltil) 1 Iifi Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel con-
I' : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
Real Estate
your or
MACHINERY.Portable coughs, colds, croup and wh oplng.

.1 tock .for CASH or your and Stationary Engines and cough.Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an anti .
septic liniment) for cuts bruises.
Boilers;Saw- lii15;Wood Working
1 ?dise old ornew and do Machinery and Supplies. Com- burns sprains, swelling lame back
. plete line carried in stock. Liberal and rheumatic palnLChamberlaln's
Terms. Write for catalogue. Stomach and Llrer
iy.r. Tablets for constipation, biliousness
3 ... State Agents for the OLD* GAS and stomach troubles.Chamberlain's ;
and GASOLINE ENGINES Salve for diseases of ?
M. the skin.
: One bottle of each of these five
MAXSBT preparations costs but $1.25. For
f' DISTANCE 'PHONE 574. 22 OCEAN STREET. I sale by Barclay & Groorer. and all ,
"ed JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. I drugg ts. w.
a in Suwanree County. .

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VERY, SLYTERIAL ADVANCEMENT of li3da.7 s.cocais.d.Dtsea.. ,,l Qt't. ., h -"
SLIDE DURING PAST are 1'atns wary in U back andvcantTt \ --- =OBTODO-TL. Cst3Uh I
,; .loinq, highly colnrtn l ---:. WORE
WEEK. ored ; diment In % w (} s4Tt. \ -
In tb % L 9 tIi)
tbs ttrtn; pain 1 fa tsesaasssss >
neck ol tb bladder pal \ 1'I
lid. dry hot klxu It you PKUn
baT any or all of Ui *

OLD PLANTS. ARE FRUITING l f, ymptoma.* otrccoTarr Tour on*.ITebane to ,.. .. ,, l\\PRICP.i


Memphis Commercial Appeal Gives

Summary of/ .Crop Conditions CURS.fir. PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. PHYSICIAN :a"DS. I.

PUnt Small But Healthy .. Lnmbaso. Rlietnnatlsin L -!
and Brlehfa DUea**. W don't \ olna:T F
Color GoodMemphis ask TOO to tak tbo risk 11 U> m.a t,
remedy doe not core,your money Over thirty years exper RESIpENCE I
win bo refunded. Don't wait 1 +
another day A bottle at TOUT wt-itAalw>!tL Office la Rear of StTMictl*
drurclte-- mall also.SOcs largo r i t ience. All work guaranteed :
Tenn.. June 25.; The s.f $1.00 .:;,t

Commercial Appeal will tomorrow R. H. LOV1ER S. 'I'Aadersao.Y.D 6t a

print the following summary of crop For-Sale by the Live Oak Drug Co. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. Anderson HraiPhy

conditions compiled from reports re- a- -A. i9i8ii8i- - -i689i888iJ8.8. . . . ..1 I sWans and Serf*
r f ceired from their special correspondents -' I jUn

throughout the cotton belt Live Oak Bottling Works i Suite art Earaea !; Office over J. /" The cotton crop has made material _UVACTVClr. MUCK.Cmm i fice phone 40. : f
Ii ..& tm IS ..... Residence phon16gir I Di.J1
advancement during the week.: An ; talk tat Icr... QMBtrWtcu

t forward has been .aM..Dsnbitiq. :iL.
: Important step R. H. Holmes Prop. JW w W .
f. "
! -S fill a a.c r. I.'wr. }Jt
made in cultivation and, excepting a. .... Oat .Eo Rossisua' ; .
1 t' I osiss ....a+..4 II P..t...""' -c.
few Mattering localities the l crop is .....Fsfar Dsearr a..Alba.c. R0B1ERSON
I: clean and in an excellent state of I Manufacturers. and bottlers of The Famous Suwannee !

t-, cultivation for the season. An exception t Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brew, Peach ATTORNEYS-: !w .,"

to this is the state of Oklahoma I Mellow, Raspote and Ginal Lemon, Root Beer, Chocolate do -Fa etix .its
Will rental
f where rains during the week kept *_.
Cream Soda Vanilla Pesin Federal
Sherry, Ola, and Fruit
labor from the fields.Correspondents ,

note that the plant Tolo. Mica Axle GreaseBest Boors 1 Axis I "FaO Ja lit:

though still quite mall, is healthy :
'r and in a condition to respond well to Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and Distilled 1 lubricant for axles in the LIYKOAX.J. _

t favorable future conditions, should I my water pipe is connected with the large Ice Factory 1 world hesiTe. long wearing and Yery ad-

t such occur. The crop is still two to distillery. .. B. dot
Hakes a heavy load draw Eke a _
f' four weeks late,.however, according I
In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date being operated by Efaht one. Saves half the wear on
to locality and in many sections of ATTORIEY IN
Electrical power. wagon and team and increases the
I' I the central and eastern cotton belt We to furnish these all of outfit. IATEOAK.Office .
are prepared goods to dealers in the state. earning capacity your
the conditions have not been r-*- Vflltr*&
y Ask-your dealer for Mica AidsGrraG -- fir
:; medied.. The older planted cotton in
the southern districts is fruiting,
blooms are reported from several of STANDARD F.UB-.

f. these sections and in other places the Live Oak Bottling Works i IQ.IL-co.-. (Rees & -

stalk is taking on bolls. at Law '
1': Mtn
Such rainfall as occurred with the is

exception of Oklahoma as noted R. H. HOLMES, Proprietor. t-- Will practice ta all C5Federal

I above was highly beneficial coming ...86eee .ts..tS6'.88&ge8.8..8i..8e88..I.,, ... G

,as It did. following through cultivation !!! Once in Bees 1
and nowhere has the cotton suf- Live
fered yet from lack of nolsture. Over iI:J

the entire central and eastern belt
: :.- however the rains were local in LIVE OAK BANKLIVE M. BROOMS' ..

-:::- character and light in quality. AtorIIYWi11

Temperatures were high and the I OAK FLORIDA .

-> cotton is takfng on the best color it Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000 practice instate.

has yet had. The Carolinas alone, H. F. DETER, President. rf. A. HINLET V -Prwldeut.C. Sperm sty
t 1. complained of rather cool nights and I D. BLACKWXXI, Cashier. F
.. here stood the test for over veyancos,coB
.. slightly less plant growth than would 9o years
and are still la thr lead. Their absslut.eestaiaty .
i otherwise have occurred. I'I of growth,their ttaeomn.sIF bnau
large of delidonsvegetables aid
In Texas and .western Louisiana A roll C owes,make them the
k I DOLLARS DO rehab a at.i the .
THEIR DUTY most popelat every.where.
: boll weevil are reported but they Sold by all dealers. 1517
i Seed Aannal free on re nest.D. t!
have as yet done little damage. \ ana earn something for their Learn
owners .
il.FERRY .
..:_ I I a.CO.
Butte Mont. June t3.Fourteen: when they are place at interest -

inches of snow fell in Butte today : In LLfl _
a good savings bank. By ,
{ but 'nightfall the streets were amass I ia ,

of slush. The government rain 'r, l Tp all means put your dollars to The world Is, In some form or other It means a

t guage showed a net water precipitation i the great Diana the grand Idol Adied
of 114 Inches. 1 work at a good rate of interest of all its Inhabitants so long as they l-\Vr te'" .;

by placing them In the Live Oak continue in their natural sinful state.
"Mlllerby is certainly the most They bow down to it, they worship it, ticulars
S optimistic man I ever knew." : : Bank. they spend and are spent for it, they

"I don't believe I have the pleasure educate their children in its service: America

of being acquainted with him." their hearts their !Minds their memories -.
"He leased a summer hotel In the BANK their imaginations are full of MILL!
spring and Is still hoping for the SAVINGS DEPOS1IU tongues speak of it, their

best."-Chicago RecordHerald.. J I 11111 I H Ih hands grasp it, their feet pursue itPayson. -
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IL i To Investigate Internal ImpreVemenlBOM knocked down to Hon.:John.P.-V-aH_ 1MM 1M .ei

.. OUR SWINGS DAPARTMENT Open Session Wm Be of Tampa,representing James M. ..

'I Held. ford of New York.. CoL WalTs bid, base;; Lips :lal4 AMI Tarr

is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. .If is Tallahassee. June 24.- .The committee varied from. 'li 5-to "12.75 per acre, who ,Ave about L1ts.lilBnli* west

broad enough to accommodate all, and created by the legislature tc according.the nature., of the. soli p here wen tat-tfie J Jto jeat- .

continue the investigation of the acts This does not give the bidder possession visiting-tharanele. CL T. .
HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: Charlie Blackburn oases over ;
of the trustees of the Internal Inv of _the land but merely the first

LThe young folks with their small prvement Fund from the beginning opportunity to file*e.J1try'papers.. Live Oak Saturday nl 8tt *M .
savings; Sunday here. Charley M
breadv.inher of the trust to This land Is of a diversified nature
2.The the present time, met '
striving to accumulate with Sawaane Springs
i to a a and organized this afternoon. The and Is valued at 1100 pe Live
procurer me,0r a competency for old J. J. Murphy, formerly ). I
-The well-to-do committee conists of Senators TrammeL '
I for the convenience afforded Is now a permanent resideat of'
F the income provided. and Cone. Leggett; Representative.\ Springs. Springs. and-takes 1fQ.1er"-.o.

4.Those with idle funds Reese Carter Knight and Matthews. Special Correspondence Oak daily for sale la bottles.. 3
1 awaiting other investment. Organization of the 'committeewas Suwannee Springs, one ot the old- In conclusion. w ewish'1oT"

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak completed by choosing Mr. Carter u est and best' aU-the-yearround: resorts thin famous resort 1* plied and :
I. Florida seveawmUea
in Florida Is only from
J chairman Mr. Reese as vice chairman -. aged by UTe Oak .people, a_4
Live Oak, and we are surprised that
and Mr.
Trammel as secretary. serves a hearty support the ;
more people from that city do not
Expert accountants will arrive to- pie.of that city. There la a

night and work will begin Tuesday frenent here. The surrounding hotel here. IS cottages belongingthe

Live Oak M'f' morning. All cessions wil be open scenery Is wild and picturesque. The hotel company,. dining hall e1
Co. bathing In'the Is delightful. and
g. and all persons with charges against pool tric lights, and water power pi

the rnstees will have an opportunityto the boating and fishing on the river laundry. building,etc. -
unsurpassed. B. W. Helrenstoa owns an tit
be heard.
It is the intention of
Manufacturers As to the wonderful curative pow- brick cottage CoL Gen E.
the committee
) to thoroughly Investi-
of the water there Is no questionor
ers has a large and well fitted BOOM, i
gate all official acts from the begin- doubt. Excellent hotel facilities; Mr. Bowen owes: what Is knows
Lumber Shingles Ice ning of the
Lights are afforded and the cottages are not the Log Cabin. The last thr aam:

box houses but substantially built constitute the
property owae Power and Turrpentine. Hot Time In Xewberry JaiL with broad Verandas and tightly celled vat. Individuals.

(Gainesville Sun.) inside and provided with fireplaces Say Mr. Editor. the entire

Electric Lights any part of the city furnished for Because Tom' Williams. 'a negro bath rooms, closets lavatories ocrat force and. .an citizens "of U c

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable who was In the Newberry Jail upona and electric lights and the walls Oak. we want to Impress spaa '
Electric powp.r-Day and night current-for manufacturling charge of assault with Intent to I and ceilings Inside stained In cherry the fact that when yon need a?
color. AU the conveniences one of rest and Suwaai
murder,.tried to burn its way out of I I recuperation
purposes. prison, hewas, himself severely burn would wish for are provided.including Springs Is anJdeal place to com to.
hot and cold baths. At the hotel Suwannee Springs Jan. J4, 11( '
ed without
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special accomplishing his purpose 'which is under the immediate charge
r i as the fire was discovered in time to J
0It attention, and all orders aromptly fulled. i save the building. Williams however -lof'Mrs. F. L. Rees who Is assisted Park Hotel New.

We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and was In the thickest 'of the by Mrs. Mahone Reese two as amiable CoL and Mrs. William B. Wheel

Come and ladies as ever lived in Live Oak. and> daughter; Mrs. HutchJasOB
flooring. get our prices.SEABOARD. flames. being confined in the cell
everything is attractive the tableis rived at the Park hotel last weep
t where he .started,the fire. He will
furnished with the best the market spend the summer. Co!. Wheeler
T. i. i i i 11 i 111 iAirline now languish in the county jail here. '
affords and the-best of attention is* a U. S. A. Colonel but has retired i
having been brought to this Sat-
: city given guests. As a matter -ot fact account of failing health. li. 1e:
urday by Constable J '
D. Siford
this is an ideal resort especially. for interested and enthusiastic over
Williams will now have to face two
one who needs rest. cause as ever. Mrs. Wheeler is ) charges that.of which he was arrested favorite the of tb
C. T. Turman, who Is quite Indisposed among guests r

.1 and arson which Is a seroius is a cottager here. Mr.,Tur- hotel as she-is a great lover of set

crime in this State being a capital man live in Live Oak and is' in the and very gifted and accomplished t

Railway. crime. employ of Col. Porter. this art.There.

: Fortunately the flames were discovered B. W. Helvenston has a fine brick waS quite a large crowd rHstered l

in time to present the escapeof cottage here,private property whichis at the Hotel yesterday (8s

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, i the prisoner and save the build- being occupied by Mrs. Helvenston. day) and when the large dining i

Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, i Ing.. tr. Helvenston was a visitor here now under construction Is finished

Philadelphia New York. yesterday: Mrs. A. H. Helvenston and large .crowd can be aceOmmo4&

: A> Land Sold at Auction. daughter. Miss Mamie and grand:very. comfortably.

(Gainesville Sun.) daughter. Miss Jennie Weller of Lake i The 'Dew dining room will

DOILY quite an addition. It Is large; roomy j
TWO ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS There was a lively scene In the City, are guests at IJelvenston ,
and evidently having nicely papered and has as many wta. *j
cottage are a
United States land office in this city
wafts I
time. dows as can be cut In the ,
a day or two 'recently 'which re- delightful
Seaboard and Mrs. Paul Burnett -andMr. whichwill make It cool and comfor
Express Seaboard MailS Mr.
: -
sembled for a time a stock exchange able. .-
.and.1n. W. L., Taylor of Live g
fin 'mlnlaturscale.1So far as excitemeat The of the hotel- |
Oak. have been here for aweek: or guests are very
was concerned.The more occupying a cottage. but '!lIr. grateful to Mr. Dowling for the nice
Modern Pullman occasion of this commotionwas wide walk across the river, as this
a : : Equipment. and Mix Taylor will return home to-
k 1 an auction sale of right to enter day. Mrs. Burnett may spend the is a favorite outing forthem. They

a tract of 240 acres of land on Gas summer here. Miss Blanche Bur* love to go on the bridge and vtew the

parilla Island In Charlotte Harbor nett. who came with.the party returned beautiful winding Suwannee.Mrs

e The Jamestown Exposition Line near' PuntaGorda, which has been home Friday. J. L. McCarty .and little

but recently surveyed and opened up Dr. J. C, Cravly. of Pensacol. a daughter of Fitzgerald are spending < r

NORFOLK, VA. by the United,States Government. retired physician who generally awhile at the HoteL Mrs. McCarty

Hon. Henry. Chubb register spends the summer' here arrived is a lover of all social functions andis

Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily proved himself upon this occasion an II yesterday and is a cottager.J. admired by all the guests.

e apt auctioneer and succeeded in get- J. Jones and wife of Live Oak Mrs. IL J. Gaddy anft little non. of
Unadilla, are visiting Mrs. Caddy's
For full information and.Sleeper reservations call on any agent ting a good bid. were over yesterday and spent the
fit Seaboard, or write Theer were in the neighborhood of entire day here taking home with eon, Mr. Chester Allea. at the Hotel

I S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. (JenL Pass. ent. Jacksonville. Fla.FLORIDA ; ; fifteen bidders and the .right was them their little Gladys Lony who for Mr.two Avera weeks.and children of Quit-

shM + . . . man, left for their home yesterday
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--- ---. --- after a pleasant two weeks stay at.
.t Live Oak Perry: & Gulf R. R. Go. the HoteL

'if5 RAILWAYSCHEDULE. All are expecting a big time oa the }

fit fourth. -
3d CONNECTS WJT1 ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RT. AND A. C. L. RT. AT LIVE OAR.UA Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907.
,.tk l Dl'awdJ-Posey. ,

atUOjfllorc had DOwx. cuTa4L 'nil" MEAD VP. .. .' Married the home of the bride'sfather

wEBT- BOUND &AS'BOUND ,. C. C. Posey. Mr. Elliott Draw

K..WitNM&S NMai1 LocalF... 1ST.CI A8a C.ASBI Mail .1sT.Pamen CLASS Paaaen eNDCLASS aPaat dy to Miss.Ellie Posey, Sunday,. June

tb t scat STAflON3 r Ezpres&and ExDaiJi1IudaJ' Mail & gu.a FYI Paaa and Pua. sec sec I Frtt..... 23, at 11 o'clock a. m.. Rev. A. J. I

Dal:. DaiI7. 3a y No.Z. Na 0. Na U. No 4. Futch officiating. .
lprb rett11' No.i. Nab. Na 3. Daily uuday Su Dday Daily ez.Daily. .
Sunday Daily a SlID Only only SlIoday.A After the ceremony we were Invited
Only Sunday. I
r 180 a m i 80 p m Lv u. Oak. ._...... ..-Ar- 10 60 am 6 CD II" P. M. P. K.. A.. K. A.. K.. to the dining room .where we
P. M. P.4. Arrive
ting t0 jI 80 a t 34 p m'T .... ... L.. 10 30 am 6 20 p ID Leave- Lave Leave! .;0 .__u.. Oak--._...._ Arrive I 5 Arrive 400 10 00 I, IG as found tbe table loaded with everything

c,1 ._ a ......_-1..,. 8 8 00 18 200 218 800 .--Starr.-- I = 47 5 aI! ;44 40' : : that would make a hungry man
$ a m i 61 p m Lv.---+-- S a 10Z a m S 00 ====---Mereer--::::::::::::: 43 b
I'D s 07
P s 822 2 2 2 3 15 ..__.__.__t'latt-._............._ a b 8T-I 9 rl 10 00 glad after an early breakfast and along ,
loam .V .--Lamar vto20am 8 ... 3 al 52728 9 C5 ,
35bpm 445pm 251 I .... Lanaater-. -- ride. We'll be
11 84 ---- 5204 Jot you may
131 Lv. Ar : 45Ar; 2 Ar : : Dowlq Park ... _...._. 825I -'Ly' .20 L. 926Lv Ii
'tea Lv.1010 Ly
a m 118 p m a m ... ... 5 IG Mr. Editor, that did full ;;
-r l'
: : 140 pmWilmarth. 8 49;LY 4 45'Ly 400"D, .... <>-liaa PulL -- Ar I 19 Ar 9 14Ar 914 sure. L

iw stop !1! .t.!! 419 p w 4r. ._._. -.- __L". 10 00 a /lops : 8 8 57 494_ 4 467 49. 405<110 ............_..;.._.._......Ka.7o.._ChaDce7 Jnactiau:-.._.........-.-.-._-............ a 3131 ,' Wli 9 0(11'f! 910 906S Justice to the dinner and thought we ,

Statj3al W a m Lv Wllmarth.--Az.Ur 600 1 .._-..._ >& --..-.......-..:-.. 306. 500L5900 900 840t could but go to1 weddings every day. 'I :
d r ,10 a _..._LuRYiDe.-_... 990. _...._. .... a 4uAr856 8 8 13 The groom Is a thrifty Suwannee
$ f :. I p a Ly...,... .,--LunYille.--- ()6 506 435 ."_"-' _-._.._.....Silo-........ 56 3
Townsend = : :: : who is running a good farm and
ate 100 a .______Wilmuth.4.a ..._ : h 525 510 : 40 :::='::::::_. miiL :::=:::::=::: 22 24 0 4 18 8880 761 768 boy
_._ mercantile business In connectionwith
Iaus6 : 120 jLv Wilmar-- -------- Ar 9 57 a.. 4 15 p ID 9 5 38 6 615" ..... t Perrf-........ .... 210 806 8 760 101 715Ar10
L. L.
90 L. 2 0o it.The .
Aktngon1moj $10 a m 4 $4 p m L. _.SBwana a giver.:........-Ly. 9 55 a m Ar 120 Ar 645 =::::.Hampton Spring..._- A.M. P. K.. A..K. IL" .6[
112 pili P. M. P. IoL bride Is one of Suwannee's.
1170 a 180 p m Li Norwaod._.. .-....- -,". 9 45am I r
u ; s57pom fairest flowers and all Mr. Dawdy'sfriends

it !.!.!.!1 !.! AL______ .Mayo.---. ...... _Ly. Iii am 8 45 p m are congratulating him upon F
atE R Y a L. ......_-.Mayw.-.....Ar11iia ., MAYO AND ALTOS H.\.' CH. of
the prize he won, and the friends

9ttent b Ar _...ALito6a..... .. '.' both are showering congratulationsand
n h a v Alton.-.... Avi.i 1 EAST BOUND '
WEST BOUNDS best wishes upon both
have .. 11&70.-- ..____ L.. Pease. PweaP.M
pri Fri
( We glad to know that they win
old 1 a .... Ar1121a Fri" Fri" arse. Paaen Peas Paaa sec aerNo.
a 112 p" v .-Ka7o.- ------- -- .11 a. I CD .
sae p. -
Paaa cer aer
a.' reside in old Suwannee permanent
v .c.. pedJ- A P, 130apt Nw II" Na 10. Na U. Na 16.Dai1J' ;
t 41 125 pili N-.IL No..13. S..oar
L' .". Na t. Dail7 Dai1J' undo ly.
t. p aj'L v_........-.Salt Read....-.... ,Y. 9 Z6 a 18 all pili u.SUD.ex.Sun.Daily Sunday 0nI7 Saaday 0nI7 SaL ei.Sua 0nJJ' 0nJJ'A.I. :May they have' a long and happy

tdlsp0'e A.t _.--L.. A.. P. M. K.. P. Y
i 111.-11. _. _. 'OSam 145p.. P. JI.. A. Y. Peve Arri Jl..1 Arrive ArrIve Arrive life never having any dark clouds of

f 4L S11 Lv Charitsos...... ..-_...:L. 1100.18 1'85 nave, Leave Leave 30Ka.701uDclioa-- -..-+ 380 I 263 trouble over life's stormy sea. seeing ,
p m pmIn 410 910 _._...-CIark_.... ......---.. 1 Z 43 II 12 2 20 {
Y a p m Lt _____Lv I is a III 120 pilia. %21) 456 1013 963 663 613 _........J>etenolL------ v 27I 1 283, I 8 1 221 OZ only the'sunlight of happiness.A ..
1 ta 6 06 .._............._M&Yo.-- a 716 s 220 FRIEND.
, the h a III p r ,,__- 1.1 iway___....L". 8 45 a m S 10 p m Ar1:00661Ar 6.:45,. 1040441S 25 I 600lsH__..._....Al--..._._..ILv 7 00 L. 214Lv n 1dLv 1 IS

dbuildyn6 4 a 618 p m't v euk---L.. a,38 a 18 185 pm made at Dowling Park for aU trains to and "Gerty says she's twenty-one. Do
Itn .4 k _... Regular stop. Connection with other
lv .Lv.
a connections
a 1&0 p -.Parry--- -- 110 a m 121 p mb and.Perry. For further information AS to you believe that?
from Live Oak connection at Live Oak with aD
lines call on an- ticket agent. Trains "Surely I do. To my certain

Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.J. HOPED Tram :Manager knowledge she ws all of that ten
al lylta Maath ae T.Mphoaa Station. (f) Flag SUhon (r) Register W Regular Stop. (a LEE ENSIGN President. years ago."-Baltimore American.
5ta 1 T. P. ALSTON. SBperintendant. S.T. GBIMSHAW. superintendent ti

i"x+aats Oaaeal Paaaeager Agant.: I

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;. The Hinely Stephens' Company

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;cii; LIVE OAK'J; FLA --

11 IL Wholesale and Retail 3
., Dealers in

,1i! 1a : Horses' -=

I and
I '

I Buggies

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i' .1 Mules -

I : I and

I, Studebaker and Florence Wagons, t WagonsHarness

; Turpentine Wagons etc.' .
Log Wagons, ,

Tie and Wood Wagons, Farm Always on hand a fine i -- We handle.the following- wall kmwa Baggies! :

Wagons, Dray Wagons, Delivery lot of all purpose. Anchor Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Tison & x -

Horses and Mules at Jones, Hackney, Sumners, and Wire-Wheel ball

Wagons and. Road Wagons : : : lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggies.

.. .

e tobacco grower la Gadadeaar >n i 111 i i M i'H n 11 i i i n ii 11 are Jut Wgia&i&c to harvest

crop which are said to be very R. B. BLACK
> this year j jIV t

Xot Xegkft UM Chlldm. -I It
this season of the year the tint,i DEALER IN .
( tarsi tooa... of a ch11"'.,

r 1a shoald. bUt hate thins immediate:: that can attenTb be- WHOLESALE l[ l[ SUPPLiES[I I in miK (

-- t i .Diarrhoea Ik Chamberlaln'a Remedy colic tallowed Cholera by. ':'0 AI.L. Biliousness WHO 5 :r.:.L TO YIndibesaon KlidneyTroublc3 I Ii

each bot. ,
r oil as directed with-
the remedy. For sale by Bar rJ1euJnGtisn1. Dyspepsia %
ay Jk Groorer, and all drncglits. w* Dr. Pcpper'a Hloontaln Herbs comes lie the dawn of a new day- PACKACES r! [ .
&ringir g a new healthy aDd happy lease on life Itiaagwranteed
r care containing neither alcohol, calomel nor merc\U'J"-.imply a
Braldentown has Toted t bond for that it health '
1 ,m.taral. "Y table remedy; eo cheap brings good '
.000 for municipal improrezaents. within reach of alL. We can furnish farmers their Flour by the barrel; CoC-
.000 Is to be spent for street par- 180 T.)1..f. .LOO. __ ...a.I t. ISo aM foey.eag.. at..11d.
15.000 for a sewer system and .mra.ere-ae.I ttiNctlf1C price "WriW fee by-the package and Green Coffee by the sack, -

I .,046 for a prater works system. MOUNTAIN HE.JUI CO..Bssosw1U., T..... Rice and Sugar by the hundred pounds. Bran, I

L Shorts Cotton Seed Hulls, Etc.. at prices _
Tilers Pile! *
fi which will save you money. .
Williams Indian Pile Ointment '

1ll-cure Bnad. Bleediac. and Itching For Sale by City Pharmacy. \\1 1I 1I'I

the tmxiers. allays '
1 ties.: It absorbs '
poultice Come to onr wholesale store when in Live =
{ > his; at eats? acts as a I
fire lie*Ointment instant relief.1* prepared Williains tor Indian Piles IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II' for Bargains. We shall be pleased to skew

nd itching of the private parts. Sold }; ,

i.0.1 iliaaxs .. .. !i WILSON & THOMPSON I l: 'you how you can save money' on year Sips .

B.Telaad O. Sold by Sawaanee :
is Co. apr-l/r Furniture' .
: ,
2. ,M j. plies.R.

ionclnded.An Interesting in Gainesville murder Wednesday trial was : .ARE OFFERING Pianos : B. BLACK

,: hen William Thomas, charged with BARGAINS IN.White's : a\: 'I'
of Maxey Scofleld. was;
:; be murder
witted by the Jury which*was out and Organs $t: Howard St., Next to W. S. Hodge.

|only. a short time.ROGERS
I t nnmiMiimi illinium I III II : IIIIIII 11111" ttt ::
I LIVERWORT i': DSn't Fail to Give us a Call when in' LiveSewing' J I'I'I'

I Tar and Canchalagua

I E flE ; For the complete cure of Coughs. I':. The in Machine the Best Market wishWe have the. stock to supply your' every. tk:1pc.:: Our Portable Saw M

bids,Asthma and Bronchitis and all r .
L" Lung complaints tending to Consumption. F Easy Terms on Installment Purchases. Outfits are the best oa
.Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry earth. We"carry a lard

1 ; bare for ages maintained an established -Iii : ock of all kinds MACHINERY -

reputation as a standard Cough. WILSONTHOMPSON., : and can make immediate shipment. Writer ,

Remedy. It contains: no opium or for Illustrated
F LIVE OAK : : :, FLORIDA :t Catalog. '
drug be given with .
harmful can COMPANY
..*$II iitntiuiistsn-itii i ii 11S1 i iii ii s-4.1.. Address MALSBY *
Price $1.00. Sold iDayls .
safety to children. i 41 S. Forsyth St.ATLANTA :
G.i"Establi .
by druggists. Williams MTg Co.. "
Props.. Cleveland O. Sold by the ,a resident of Lire Oak. Suwan- within tvo years from date as required II i' .Sed 26 cua. Sold oearl,.lull Guido dollar worth e!good to&&" ;
by liw. 1
nee County Florida, will on Tuesday -
Sawaanee Drug Store. apr-lyr: LIZZIE DEXTER =--
the 17th day of June. A. D. 1907 .
ADMINISTRATRIX :NOTICE. make application to the Hon. B. H. Executrixes.May .
Sixty days after the first publication Palmer, Judge'of the Third Judicial 24, 1907. mUStGUARDLL' MallaryBrtf-
Circuit of the State of Florida, at
of this notice I will present my ( :NOTICE. Cn.
for license to
Lake City Florida a i Machinery
accounts and Touchers to the County of and control Notice Is hereby given that
manage take charge sixty days after the first publication
,Judge of Snwannee County Florida, ay property and to become a free or this notice I, as guardian of. and Macon Georfla -
at the Court House of said County :dealer In every respect. L. M. DAVIS. for the estate of Hade Louise Strip. '
to be allowed as my anal settlements REES & WOOD I ling t minor will make my annual >filiGlNLr3. BO
Solicitors for Applicant. wS-17-4t' report and vouchers of said Guard- conoN "IIIIS racslr't .... tc-
.. Ianship. to the Honorable J. N. Con j .IU."CHIIiElT.SII. &
FLORENCE Q. MILLS, formerly nor..County Judge at his office In the .1Ib.,..,1.. Sf
Notice. city of Live Oak. Florida, and will at GASOLINLG.nDlet.oatnt..wr GUf
Florence G. Brinson. Administratrix said time ask for a final discharge W. r
r All creditors legatees distributers : .: Z
j from said guardianship. "
of Estate of Horace Brinson. n6-2ai ..ul'tG7OU1a---
and all persons having claims or de- J. STRIPLING.-.- ,
Guardian far Raffle Louise -
NOTICE-FREE DEALER mends against the estate of HoraceiP.

To.whc n.& t.ay concern: Dexter, late of Suwannee county -
Take notice' that I. L. M. Darts, a deceased, are hereby called upon to ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT'f
married. woman the Vile 0: J. E.present the same to the underslgnd va iYa a a.. by.uoclt.l '
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: Wish you to bear in mind. That

I. we carry at ALL times a full line of Builders In Costly.

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i:$- Supplies, such as Paints, Oils, Varnishes, -Sash, Doors Blinds, ALABASTINE theba.1ltyot.rationaluaotam-.*.*.....4..

I costly*
:; Screens, and etc.. In fact everything that comes under often a Batter of fcaowfeg
bow to CM mat iala t&a*
re of themselves very ceoman. .
f" the head of ."Builders Hardware." If you are going Alabastine prodocea !
beautiful wan decorations b caoM a i
generoas portion of this ''know bow" was used In ita manufacture
' to BUILD or PAINT.' It will pay you to see us and because every one who purchases it "T*n ..
"know Vm" to nse it to the best advantage.

a before placing your order. .

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: The Sanitary Wall .
.;+O+OO+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+: :>+o+.o+o. .+(,+O

> oo HARD WARE,! HARD WARE!! is more durable more beautiful more sanitary and in the Ion*

+ooo+oooooeo+o.oo.oea+O+OO+O++o+o+o+o.+oo+o+ more A economical than any other form of wan covering ever
A Company through us. spends mor
money to help Alabastme porehaaera to use Alabastme iateQi-
gently than any other firm ever has. That
is why "Alaoastine""your borne means to
It .use a simple material in a simple way so as to
.. secure effects that are at once artistic and a et
The S'credit to your good taste. Visit our stcr
; Roof that Lasts U early and let us show you.what Alabartloeu
';,., and what it win do. 4A"
j For tblt .barna.home* '
.< end chads thereto BO roof- HOW about thoseSCREENS. -
** tag that excels Suwannee Hardware Co.

-; | Ready Roofing That you have been :7

i la.eoncniy and dartbil %
ity. Don't cant UM it with to ,
intending put in this Summer? Come
cheap,flimsy roofings. It's e
the kind that teen Any

.#i x. each ample plete ooecaa roll rooflnr and put, bend book it kit on.fre(caY or= and 'see us about it, and let us. give you I Ian "4' I

.tt: vI daEcoaem,** estimate on the job.J- -- i
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAii ... Tetter Cwd. -

: N. E. THOMAS A lady customer of oars h4 Ml
GO TO THE BEST SHOP. \ fered with tetttr for two or three
years. It cot to bad on her hand
that she could not attend to fc.r
i I VY and DELIVERY Special Prices on Moving Household = THE SANBERG CARRIAGE WORKS. E household duties. Oa box of Cfiaonberlaln's
Salve cared 1a8r. Cbaat*r- ,
Furniture, also Special Prices on Delivering .:.. ain's medicines give cpUadld aatls. 1
faction la this community M. 1L ,
- Building Material .:. Giving cur personal skill and experience to the trade ..! Rodney & Co, Almond AUL. Cham iberlalo.
4, ... '. medicines an for sale by {;
... we are prepared to build, repair, paint and trim .t Barclay A Groorer, and all drag d

i rriages for the Public.PHONE ) Etc. gists. 's
Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, t.
The party of four gentlemen two
119. P. O. BOX. 5. :
.. TRY US. E Whitneys and two Thompsons, who
.. arrived here week bet or* last la )(r.
Harry Payne Whitney's private care
FML6fiNTIL[ GO. j The. Sanberg Carriage Works, Wanderer and chartered tile schoon i
er-yacht Heron for a flshlnc trip.
LIVE OAK FLORIDA. : spent four and one half days b twea

: DEALERS INMerchandise yynnlil(11(1l111i(11t'(1iY(1liI111l1(1(1Ilii(1..T.TT..TT.TTT..TT.T.... ...TYY..YT... here and Punta Gorda. and succeeded
In landing seventy-eight tarpon besides
\ ieneral any quantity of small fih.-

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t. The average man cannot afford tw
j \. : employ a physician for every slight
ailment or Injury that may occur la
try Produce at Highest -
Bought .
| his family, nor can he afford to neglect
them as so slight an Injury as

. : t Market Prices. -ZZ MANUFACTURERS OF Castings in Iron, Brass and Bronze.E == the scratch of a pin has been knownto
:::: cause the loss of a limb Ilene
l. .- Cars Phosphate Mine and Dredge S
Standard Gauge Logging every man Gust from necessity be his

t. iNFORD FLA. 5 Machinery. H own_ doctor for this class bf ailments.
., overhauled and == Success often depends upon prompt
5 and shaped sheet work. Locomotives
Boiler repairs
".' treatment which can only *>* bad
of the of broken maC -- l
:=:: repaired. We make a wick
thoroughly equipped == wt-en suitable medicines are kept at
::: chinery or can substitute new parts
== throughout with up-to-date machines. =: hand Chamberlain's Remedies have

t" ANY i & McGEHEE Live Oak, Fla. == been In the market for many years
,.-;- e IF'AUCTION: ; ROBBINS atd enjoy a good re;>utatJolL 1

: DAY 7lululuuuulululululluiulllbuUUUILU1U111U11tUUli1t11111pv ( Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and \
. Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com .0

I plaints.Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
: Real Estate or
. ) your coughs, colds croup and whooping.

k'for. CASH or your cough.Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an anti ,
Portable and Stationary Engines aix
septic liniment) for cuts, bruises, a
Boilers;Saw-Muls;\\ood Workuy!!
and Supplies. Com: burns sprains swelling lame back
todise Machinery
old and do .
t'dGA ornew, plete line carried in stock. Liberal and rheumatic pains.Chamberlain's I
Terms. Write for catalogue. Stomach and Liver

iy.k. 1 Tablets for constipation biliousness
," State Agent*for the OLD GA C and stomach troubles.Chamberlain's
": GASOLINE ENGINES Salve for diseases of
..;o and
the akin. a
One bottle of each of these five
BIAXSBY MACHINERY COMPANY. preparations costs but |1.25. For }i

LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE 574. 22 OCEAN STREET. sale by Barclay & Groover and all ;

a "t-. td Auctioneer in Suwanree County. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.. I druggists.r w* v

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are *>UyFaln recosnised-- -
MADE DURING PAST > in the back and '-l'.- fe oBTODoxrti rarer
loin*;scanty,hi g-nlr eolorea rs'' l g WOB.Etomoestaa.ta.mUiSlj3M
WEEK. sediment tnta t4
nrtxMt II 0 iSl
artD ; pain In ttn W
ek of the bladder pallid .
dry not kin. It ion -
have BUT or all of tne e.symptoms. SSIS 31z lil'i'.
TOOT on IT -
OLD PLANTS ARE FRUITING. easaesolrseoTsry Is toI
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Memphis Commercial Gives BACKACHE AND KIDNEY 4 4CURE. q3Q ltl.PRICE.jII

Summary of.Crop Conditions A. r PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. PHYSICIAN :is 1J[i.

I Plant Small But Healthy Cores TiTitntrsfff. RAenmatlvm Land ,. ; ;"
DUease. 'We don't ;
Brient's oncE
Color Good M 5 .
ask you to take the risk-if them
remedy does not enre.your men- ,- Over thirty :years exper RESIDENCE ;
Don't wait [ '' -
ey will be refunded. :
another day. A bottle at your wz aIwrsrs of smnoH
t Office la Sear
tirt'e small size.soolang. ; ience. All work guaranteed
Memphis, Tenn.. June 25.; Tne I 91.00 3
R. LOV1ER S.T.And on.MJ) &.lCbi
Commercial Appeal will tomorrow .

print the following summary of crop For-Sale by the Live Oak Drug Co. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. Anderson & tali-

e conditions compiled from reports received i8ii866 iiiiii $69t 8ieie.sie6iS'8.. I PbysL'
from. their special correspondents -' J 9$4$5

throughout the cotton belt. Live Oak Bottling Works SIrrIII lid Barneaa I I Office over J. a BaisL'

I The cotton crop has made material Wa _L : lice phone 40. !1
r : --.. tr U __ Residence phones M vALv 314L ,
advancement during the week: An aiH. 1.e sub. a-u I "' --
F; important step forward has been R. H. Holmes Prop. } ...Dsab5ies s.a I2S.M w_ sae I -'i
.....w a s ms. :;11
made in cultivation and excepting a afs q seq. 1.o.r L Boua
i ii ..esi.r..sLiq...s II r..t.r..rd.t-
few scattering localities the crop Is ..........c...-.m I&,Adaata.c. f,
Manufacturers and bottlers of The, Famgus Suwannee
clean, and in an excellent state of' ;
Springs Ginger Ale Coca Cola Iron Brew Peach $
cultivation for the season. An exception ATl'ORNEYS.AT
to this is the state of Oklahoma I Mellow, Raspote and Ginal Lemon, Root Beer, Choco- : o Will do general prae i
f where rains during the week kept late, Cream Soda, Sherry, Vanilla, Pesin Ola, and Fruit ; Federal 0JmU.w',
1 f. labor from the fields. --

:: respondents note that the plant Tolo. Mica Axle Grease I ROOMS LaD S tCT&ff' O. ;

\ though still quite small, Is healthyand ; -.r
i; in a condition to respond well to Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and Distilled t Best lubricant for axles in the UVBOAT.j.. .

: favorable future conditions, should I. my water pipe is connected with the large Ice Factory world hesive.-long wearing and very &4- v x.

L such occur. The crop is still two to distillery. B. J I
Makes a heavy load draw Eke a -a
four weeks late, how ever, according
r In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date being operated by Eght one. Saves half the wear on eiS l
t c
and in sections of ATTORNEY AH
[i': to locality many Electrical power. wagon and team, and increases the
L the central and eastern cotton belt We are prepared to furnish these goods to all dealers in the state. earning capacity of your outfit. LIVE OAK.,IK. *..<

the conditions have not been re 4fx1l'jrnue. In \nl .
9 Ask-you dealer for ftiea -Office >
\ medied. The older planted cotton In
the southern districts is fruiting
blooms are reported from several of STANDARD F L Eeea A L i

these sections and in other places the Live Oak Bottling Works J--00. CO..... Rees & W.

stalk Is taking on bolls. Attorneys at Lax -
Such rainfall as occurred with the Is f4

I' ,exception of Oklahoma as noted R. H. HOLMES, Proprietor. Will practice tII an c

above was highly beneficial coming B" 86eee .et88"S6e688sse"88".it"8'.e8e........ Federal

r- ,as it did. following through cultivation Once in Rees 1UII
and nowhere has the cotton suffered Live
1 yet from lack of oisture. Over Iii

the entire central and eastern belt,
I however the rainy were local in LIVE OAK BANKLIVE M. E..BROOMS.

character and light in quality. AttorneyMILLP tid

Temperatures were high and the 1 OAK FLORIDA .

cotton is taking on the test color itt I Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000 Will instate.

has yet.had. The Carolinas alone I H. F. DEXTER, President. 8. .\. INLET. Vi -Pfto idelAt. Sp5C
complained of rather cool nights and C. D. BLACKWELL, Cashier
slightly less plant growth than would aa.e stood the test for over ss yeais, veyancoscobnsNotari
and are still to thElead. Their ab..lntetertai.t7
I otherwise have occurred. I ol .wth,tLeiaaeom .al
Lrse jidds of de3iesss.csetaL.le.a+sd
In Texas and western Louisiana beantafssl towers,mate then the sstrtUab
DOLLARS DO THEIR DUTY a cud the most popular e.er7where. -
boll weevil are reported but they sold b an dealers. iff7 ASS
have as yet done little damage. y and earn something for their Seed Aanoa1 free en request. Lcara tIc
_' 0. H.FERRY A C0..
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Butte Mont. June 23.-Fourteen Q ? ers when they are placed at Interest -

Inches of snow fell in Butte today, In a I
good savings bank. By
but 'nightfall the streets were a
mass of slush. The government rain all means put your dollars to The world Is. In some form or other means a ia >
guage !showed a net water preclplta f at the great Diana, the grand Idol dignified 1 '0L
Lion of 1% inches. work a good rate of interest of all its Inhabitants so long as they "re .

by placing them In the Live Oak continue In their natural sinful state. I' at
"Mlllerby is certainly the most They bow down to It, they worship it, ticulara.

optimistic man I ever knew.. Bank. they spend and are spent for it. they

"I don't believe I have the pleasure jj j jI educate their children in its service;

of being acquainted with him. j their hearts their binds their mem--
"He leased a summer hotel In the ories. their imaginations are full of MILL
spring and Is still hoping for the 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOS1TH it; their tongues speak of It. their .;:

RecordHerald.. ; hands grasp It, their feet pursue it.Payson. .-
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Star believes In Governor -LEGAL NOTICE. "U > ;;: ,. "
r. The Ocala ,.. < ee s. '' U _. ..,.... ,
Notice Is i -" '
gTT ward and supports his polity 1"'ten- that 'tt V '9 -'-, "i>- ': -

des,'but; U draws the line at his veto undersigned, 'who 'was convicted at W. T. JENKINS President ,J. E. 'SCHUM P T; Secretary

State printing bill passed bye the Spring term.. A. D. 1899. of the W. T. '
Wof the Circuit Court McARTHUR" Vice-President B. A. :McARTHUR Gen'L. Manager. '
The Star "be
: :.,.t1 late legislature. for'Suwannee County, \
, : 'lieves In fairness and equity in all Florida of the crime of murder In

measures pertaining to the business the second degree, will apply to the

the State and its citizens," and Pardoning Board of the State of
: .Of SEA CO. a
veto Florida at ISLAND COTTON GIN
can't make the Governor's con- Tallahassee, on the 28th
; vlsi with that conviction. Many day of June A.D. 1907. for a pardon -
.others take the same view but "His for his said offense. (]

got there all.the same This June 7th 1907.
VID .LIA. GA. JT. s. A.
and to "get there" is. the approved MACK MOBLEY, ,
test in both statesmanshipand 21 and 28th Applicant.

modern business. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Manufacturer of the Famous Foss DoubleRollerSEA
vice is a habit men have that women LETTERs PAT} "r. .
'_ disapprove of, because they can- undersigned Notice Is will hereby, on given the 24th that day the of ISLAND COTTON GIN

not have it, too. July, A. D. 1907, apply to Hon. N. .

_..J GUARDIANS> NOTICE. B.Florida Broward for, Governor Letters Patent of the,State Incorporating of- The Most Durable.Most Rapid and the Most> Perfect Lint Preserving. y\

To all whomsoever It may be of In- ply Company" under Milling the following and Sup- Gin on the Market

I' terest. Greeting: articles of Incorporation: '

,' (ills After notice four', once weeks'each publication week, I will of, w.E. R C. WISE BEVAN, Guaranteed. to gin 4 to 6 Bales a' Day ,at Ordinary Speed. Has Ginned

OD the'18th day of July A. D. 1907 .R. J. ALLEN, as Many as Twenty-One in Three Days.
at the Court House of' Suwannee T.. A. MIKELL .

.to County the Hon.Florida J. N., apply Conner by petition County J.J. T.M. WARD.HINGSON, Foss Double-Roller Gins Require but Little More Power and no More

County, for an order Articles of .
of said Incorporatiofu '
mthorlzlng and empowering me to ARTICLE L Labor than other Gins.
nuke sale of a one-thirteenth, un- The name of this corporation shall % *

dlrtded. Interest. of Mollie Harrell.jimWHarrell be "The "Union Milling and Supply Built to stand, and are used by the leading Ginners, in Georgia, Florida
Randall Harrell, Anal Company and its principal place of .
Harrell. Winnie Harrell Alvin business shall be in Suwannee Coun- and South Carolina. < .
Harrell and Henry Mangham minors. ty State of Florida.
of Mary J. Harrell and Hattie ARTICLE ,II. .
Mangham. now residing In That the general nature of the .
of Georgia, in the fol-
Conaty described land situated in business of said corporation shall be

toriat Savaanee Soath half County of northwest Florida on to-wlt-fourth Mill Saw and Milling dealing Cotton in Ginning.General Grist Merchandise I

ad iMtfewest_Mt southeast one-fourth one-fourth one-fourth and and east of fractional half north-of the ducts.Manufacture and Farmers'of Cotton Supplies Seed,Pro and SEA ISLAND COTTON GIN CO a I

southwest one-fourth
west fait of ARTICLE III. aaaQQa.aI8..aa. aAaa.1. aiAaaaa .aaaaaa..i888.9h9.t a.A aaa&A&A&.A., ...
u4 southeast one-fourth, section 36, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - -- -
13 east. The amount -
unship south range of capital stock of this

Pirpos of sale being to remove said corporation shall be Five Thousand thence eastward along the Suwannee
.tUU to State of Georgia. Dollars, divided Into five
SOLOMON SEARS. hundred river to section line between Sections .
Ctardlaa of above named minor shares of the par value of Ten Dol- 21 and 22, Township 1, south of
sat erit7 of Court of Ordinary. lars each. The said capital stock Range 14 east; thence south to town-
q Covaty. State of Georgia. shall be paid in lawful money of the ship line; thence west on townshipline
ftCoff* United' one-half mile; thence south one
-LEGAL- NOTICKLTV States.ARTICLE IV. mile to section line; thence west one-
That the term for which this cor- half mile to section line; thence south
Eaaa I* Parshley as executrix poration shall exist shall b3 ninety- one mile; thence west one-half mile;
4+ aU for the estate of Nancy M. nine thence soutn one-half mile; thence e .
bnater, *d. H. F. Airtn ands years.ARTICLE V. west one mlle-and one-half to range
givaaae Hotel Co.. a corporate The business of said corporationshall line between Ranges 13 and 14;
ill. aa4 to all persons Interested In oe conducted by a President thence north along range line one-
toUf. Ua upon the property In Vice President. Secretary-Treasurer half mile; thence west two miles to
*Js attics described--Greeting: and a board of six Directors. That southwest corner of Section 11,
TM a4 each of yon are hereby refs the board of directors shall be elect- Township two south of Range 13 east,
...*. appear la our Circuit Court ed annually by the stockholders and to point of beginning; and for the
u O* U Uv Oak the officers of said corporation shall purpose of electing three trustees of for Rheumatism, Cuts _
rt IUL M Ue Slh day of August be elected at the annual meeting of the said district; and for the further t A Sure Cure Sprains Wounds, C21
te tint rertala can*. wherein the board of directors to be held on purpose of determining the maximum Sore.. Corns, Bunions .
CI Qlf *f Uve Oak. Florida. Is the first Saturday in August of each number of mills tax to be levied for Galls Bruises. Contracted Muscles Lame Back Stiff Joints .
tiOmv sad you are respondents year. The first election shall be held the. use of public free schools with- rotted Feet. Burns. Scalds, etc.
MB! fcnla It Is sought to condemn In August. 1907. That until the first in such district; said election will be AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation -
*!"*4 t9ffrfht* (or p blle ... as a election under this charter the busi- held at the Rixford School house on aid drives out Pain.PENETRATES .
IW fallow lac described piece ness of said corporation shall be con- Saturday,,the 29tH day of June, A. D. ti the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
steel *f land lying aad being ducted by R. J. Allen, President; W. 1007. promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving the Mc ssl.enatural
i to >*waa... Covaty. Florid. C. Bevan. Vice President; T. A. J. T. Ward, J. O. Oliver and J. L. elasticity. '
Mikell. Secretary-Treasurer; and the Haddock are appointed inspectors, BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
1ifsg: at a point o* the caster Board of Directors shall be: E. R. and C. H. Brinson clerk. p ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
rise *t Oslo Arena IB the Wise W. C. Bevan, R. J. Allen. T Done by order of the Board of
I tit tit*Oak. Florida, directly op. A. Mikell, J. M. Hingson and J. T. Public Instruction this 4th day of CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
R* tit* aorta.ra bavadary line Ward. June, A. D. 1907.E. .
I Ifgtar Itrwt as It sow ataads. on ARTICLE VI. R. WISE, Chairman.J. .
). Br% .4* .f Ohio Avenue. and That the highest amount of Indebtedness E. WOOD, Sec'y and.Supt. Mrs. B. A. Sbnpsen 500 Craig St.,KsoxvQle, t
i torn taeac at right and* with or liability to which this Tenn.: writes: "I have been trying the baths of
J..... **xwar< 1,911 feet to corporation can at any time be sub- COPY OP ORDER FOR PUBLICATIOX. Hot Springs.Ark., for edatic rheumatism, but I I
Sttwt la Walt*'* Addition to jected Is twenty-five hundred dollars. e get more relief from Ballaxd's Snow Liniment
0 ;dJ *t Ut Oak. Fferl:a. thence ARTICLE VII. In The Third Judicial Circuit Court than any medicine or anything I have ever tried. .
*! *. th.r_ boundary That the names and residences of t. Inclosed find postoffic order fT$1.00. Send a*
.f iU Walt Sti.*t fifty (SO) the subscribers to the capital stockof in and For Suwannee County, Flor large bottle by Southern Express."
- &*.. west parallel with the this corporation, and the amount Ida. THREE SIZES: 25c 50c AND $1.00
'i4arr Ua* above, l.OJZ feetfew subscribed by each are as follows: State of Florida ) BE SURE YOU GET THE OKNUNC J
Awe.*. tWac aorth alone E. R. Wise, Live Oak, Fla., R. F. Suwannee County.) .
fWfi kM4arr use of Ohio D. No. 4, tea shares.W. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
D: H. Wilson )
Live Oak Fla.. R. F.
itty ItI ft to point of C Bevan.
D. No. 2 ten shares.R. Plaintiff, ) ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
;; *H*,'la. ta rfrom three .
lost *.., fcrra** tie northern J. Allen. Live Oak. Fla., R. F TS. ')Ci"vil Action by At-
.-, t Ih* .WMkl..- ., t-.-_.!.!._ burial D No 4, five shares J. W. Hosford ) tachment.
as ... **elo *4 within the T A. Mikell. LIve Oak Fla., R. F. Defendant. ) '
.net ......... the aam and D. No. 4. ten ah ares. m I
.. tacted** within the above J. U. Hingson. Live Oak, Fla., R. Whereas D H. Wilson as plaintiffin SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
P D. No. 2, five shares. said cause has obtained an attach-
lee wilt taa sad there show J. T. Ward Live Oak. Fla... R. F. ment out of the above named Court Suwannee Drug Company. F
sa&. shsetd aol be takes D. No. 4, ten shares.E. issued on, to-wit: 31st day of May,
a w.e**4 MrpeM set forth toer R. WISE.W. 1907 against the estate of the said

else low will b* a BEVAN. defendant, J. W. Hosford which attachment -- --- ----
has been levied upon the
the HM. Baseon It. Palm- (Seal) R.T. JALLEN A. MIKELL., following described property of the

L* the Omit Court 8u- J. M. HINGSON.J. erendatt to-wIt: One-eighth undivided : Round Trip Rates To
Ci isty, FVwlda.' aa also Jto T. WARD. interest in and to that land lying
clerk, and the seal of State of Flerida. and being in the County of Suwannee,
at the ee.rthe..e la Llv Suwannee County. and State of Florida{ and more parti- t
p40 w Ooaty. Florida, this Before me J. B. Johnson, a notary cularly ,described as follows to-wit:
wl J a*. A. D. 1507. public for the State of Florida at .South half of the northwest quarter,
I J W DRTSON'. large personally, came E. R. Wise and Ue northeast quarter of the JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONVIA
Cocrt southwest quarter of section four(4),
Svwaan T. A.
Coast W. ,C. Bevan R.' J. Allen south of range .
five (5),
Mikell. A M. Hingson and J. T. Ward. township '
fifteen (15), east; said property held
OMJ.CM. that
who each being duly sworn says
tor in common with A. T. Hosford of said
Petitioner they have heard read the foregoing ,

psi article they each of signed incorporation same for and the purpose that- and county twenty-four; for the sum($12400)of one hundred dollars, !I'ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAY

mentioned and set founded on a promissory note. Whereas
1"tt Victory la Gees. therein it appearing from affidavit that I I
M.oa forth. the said defendant is absconding, con- From LIVE OAK Florida
Sworn to and subscribed before me himself and that he resides ,
.. Ja. 24.- thl. nth day of June A. D. 1907.J. out of the limits of the State of Flor-
-Dar-"at fry -B. JOHNSON, ordered that the a
yesterday by ida; it is, therefore,
l,1, the vote betas 1.718 Notary Public state of Florida. said defendant, J.y, Hosford andotter

ms's wr given for persons who are interested are $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop
to to the ac-
; V H. Teitoa w\en they NOTICE OF ELECTION. tion hereby on required the fifth day appear of August. 1907 overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. ..

Jelle and tyeasts- Notice Is hereby given that an election the same being the Rule Day of the ticket. On sale daily with
us tot. against the the of determining paid Court at the office of the Clerkof $27.30 Sixty day stopover 'j;
purpose the said Court at the Court Houseof within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
Tax .
whether or not a Special the said County, at Live Oak "
Kkoot children pa- District to be known as Rixford Florida. Unless! you so. appear, $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop
this afternoon In ; Special Tax School District shall be judgment will be rendered against
.>. .. **.* .. I established with boundaries as fol- you, and your property sold for debt.It over within limit of ticket Good in sleeper.
th Is further ordered that this order ticket. On sale Tuesdays only and
hor day .
..m are talk lows: Commencing at the southwest be published once a week for two $14.00

.0' oA the ground that corner of Section 11, Township 2. months Immediately preceding said only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.
oath of Range 13 east, running from In the Suwannee Democrat a : .
**. ..>." w.r. farta thence north one-half mile on section day weekly newspaper published in said Two daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning train

line hence west one mile to section County and State. to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on
Jacksonville i
line; thence north one-half mile to Witness my hand and seal of said fare from
!wint7 Coamisstenerse section line; tbence west one mile to Court this 31st day of May 1907. night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk $2.50. Consult PURPLE

a 11es... .r. has southwest corner of Section 4; thence (Seal) J. W. BRYSON, FOLDER. For further information and Pullman write to or call
north three miles to northwest cornerof Circuit Court,
of the
.mower hue oftweatydwo Section %8, Township 1. south of Clerk Suwannee County, Florida. on Frank C. Boyl ton, District Passenger Agent' Atlantic CoastLine

.. Rang IS east; thence,east one mile W. H. WILSON, Jacksonville Fla. ( e
to section line; thence north along Plaintiff. 6-7-2mo
section, tin* to Suwannee river; Attorney for .

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fjt local "flews I with Mrs. Jennie Spencer at Well- } a } -p.i .
.. Lfea-Bairfcay"j : J JTI
?orn ,., 55 Via tlantic Coast .

..._. Saturday's I>*fl7. To Jamestown .Expostioa. -. NEW -a.
? The Sunday-school at Pine GroveIs 1mICII
Padlock. Is here .
of I
1, Alex. Wilson In a flourishing condition. It has $14.50-Coach Excursion to :Norfolk .' 1Wick'

today. a membership of forty: all of whom on sale each .Tuesd y.

r n. Brown, of Clayland.- was here are highly Interested In the work.. Limit ten days, na stop_over Blue Haic Oil Ce

yesterday. I E. I.. Corbett, the superintendent, !san I $22.55FifteendayticIiet.. Goodin .
enthusiastic worker In the cause
sleeper. Stop overs allowed -
W. D. Harrcll. of McAlpln. Is here and takes Just pride In this school.J. within limit.27.30Sixtyday .' The different
B. Wigginsare
business.J. L. GramlIng and R.
today on
ticket. Good
the teachers, and are thoroughly $ Oil Stove j

T. Mercer, of Mercer Station. Imbued with the importance of their in sleeper. Stop overs allowed -

: was here today on business.W. work. The attendance at this schoolIs within limit. The improved

f good. and the best of order prevails 532.75-Season tickets. Good in Oil Stove

J. Reynolds of Pine Grove was .at all Umes. sleepers. Stop over allowed

here yesterday on business.J. within limit of Dec. 15th. Gives best results.
1 From Monday Dally.

W. Harper of near Grover was B. E. Wise and wife of White Also Reduces fuel ex-

here on business last'evenlng. Springs are on a visit this week to $72.65-SPokane, Wash. June 19, pense. A working -_

his brother E. R. Wise of Rixford. to July 11, limit Sept. 15. flame at the touch of the

W. D. Mercer and wife of Ella- Diverse route. Stop overs allowed match. "Blue Flame" means the hat i -

Tine are In the city today trading. Hon. W. A. Tison. of Wellborn Is
west of Memphis or produced by any stove. The New Twill
a prominent visitor In the city today
Chicago.$80.15Portland- make work lighter. Will
r looking after business matters. your set*,
J. C. Overstreet was In the city Ore., Seattle, heat the kitchen. Made in three -

G on a land deal today. Just received a sew lot of 200 or Wash., Victoria,' B. C., conditions one, two, and three burner Every itotti, -

J. R. Bassett. of Wellborn. Is here more of the latest Edison records.R. same as to Spokane. .ranted. If not at your dealer's, trrite t _
H. Loner, the Jeweler. Live Oak
i! today on business. Fla. dl-wlt Summer Tourists Bates on Sale nearest agency. '

Limit October 31 t., The
u. D. Hlntna and wife, of the Daily, & RfO Lampgives
D. M. Horn of Boston. Ga., arrived
Park are In the city today. Denver, Colo., $57.90.
here today for a short visit to his
Gainesville Ga. $17.20. a clear steady light Fitted
brother. D. E. Horn, of the First National rj.
a A. Walker of Pine ouat, was Bank. Chicago, HL,-$4603. latest improvd burner. Made oi is
b.... trading today. throughout and beautifully nidwfei
Detroit, Mich.,--44.45-
Everylampwarranted. forlitn
Geo. Toamond and son. Fred of W. C. Sevan commercial agent for Niagara Falls, N. Y.-$48.95. dinin -room,parlor or bedroom U Dltii
the Farmers Union. Is In the city today
Sll.n.... were here today. Put-in-Bay, O.,-$42.95. your dealer's, write to our nearest wt
on business and reports the crops
Lookout Mt., Tenn., $24.15. STANDARD OIL COMPAIY -
la Us section suffering very much (lfIOOf'JIOntM)
Perch Lacer of Ross&org. is here
Washington D. C.$37.00.For .
roat tie need of rain. ,
today.E. further information and

T. I:. Bridges of Ocala Is here toray
L. Hit*. of ?s Xleck.was bt tie Pullman; reservations call on or
for the convicts recently sen-
John B. Stetson
city today. tented. Tiere are four state prison write Frank C. Boyleston. District

C teavscts and six county whl will bet Passenger Agent, Atlantic CoastLine a -'
tAn t8 .r.s. **'a to the gang today.t [ Jacksonville, Fla..

cz. .t Postmaster Mitchell droves DELAND, FLORIDA
Z. EfIL+ fa f:1 edZr sew
Eirford yesterday and spent
e G.T. A Georgia has been Affiliated with the
tie day vita ],(r. S. J. Forny-Duval Society organ- University of Chicago3

} -, and his: estl:=a&> family. Mrs. Forn1I ized In Jacksonville .with a large
s..L u i ss f6L2ame F COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.The standards are fifes!
Zsr& w e v >.na1 and ]fr. Mitchell are relatives. membership. verslty cf Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their Aetn __,
Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson eaUlojx :_
{ J- B. ETXILV who: has for 7earstIees ;; ;;ICE OF APPLICATION FOR COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are a&dteife
Q r 3.d at ticQ law In Florida without examination. '
et -z. us
T-'aMyg a specialty of garden LETTERS OF AD3n "ISTRATIOY.
.tr.g"" and Lead seeds of all kinds will this Notice Is hereby given that the Mechanical.. Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual Trs! r -

year e&gage more extensively than undersigned will after four weeks' leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment
t .L Dcutrgtt&r.AL Go Hhp a,. ever in tire seed> business, and is now publication of this notice apply to COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking In all Its branches 8a3tt

i of Plnemoafct. are In the: citytoday.- reeeJTixg kis sew stock for fall plantA Hon. J. N. Conner County Judge of by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective coos 9
other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious btlldJ:&.
Suwannee County Florida for lettersof
-Graduates prepared to estst
J. EL Johns and daughter, of sear
administration upon the estate of Yale. Princeton Cornell. Michigan Chicago and all trst-dao$&*
L4 : Houston were here trading yester card from Cbas. H. Brown who W. T. Mitchell deceased, late of Sn- NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.. KIndergartea k*

a day. Is at Hot Springs Ark.. says he Is rannee; County Florida; J. R\ New- building. 2. Primary and Grammar School In separate fea3&t !

! improvixfg In health some but 1s by Ian deceased late of Suwannee Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.
MUSIC SCHOOL.-A doses fits *
$10,000.00 pipe organ a *
c LC.. Lanier and two !101m. Roscoe: no means welL Mr. S. V. Hough of County Florida having been the building large faculty thorough courses of study.

- and John of Lanier Station are In DeLand and our good friend. Chap legally appointed and qualified ad- ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models ttt. .

Ufe city today. Tedder are also at Hot Springs with minister of said estate and having Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. 1\t i
grees from the University of Chicago Harvard Yale Dsrtssumbia
Mr. Brown. died on the 5th day of April A. D.
I Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bowdola Utrteit.University
I Elias Corbett and OUTer Qaarter-. 1907 before final settlement of said of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities. nmp

t-... man. of Pine Grove were here to- G. W. Zanders wishes to thank estate. W. NEWLAN.. 300000.00 In buildings and equipment: nearly a quarter m*
day. I LESLIE & LAMB edowment; an endowed library of over 13.008 volumes; a Ben***
both white and colored friends for Attorneys for W. A. Newlan with costly furnishings; including stained glass winders T flp*
Y i their assistance in the fire on Saturday +mlO-5t a $10,000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete appsn&C
Miss Mamie Hadder went to Peacock eight. He.assures yon ani each i closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts baseball & *
; t this morning ozr a visit to her gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other sports; D-1
it mother. of yon he appreciates it. He hopes to ............... Ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for CLer!

return same sometime In future but Bacteriology. Mineralogy and Biology; several large ntmes cal*
not fa the same way electric lights, electric bells, steam heat cement walks, ISIS rwa*
Dan Motley, of Clayland. was shaking SCIENTIFICAND avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; soda htE1#.*
hands with his Lire Oak friends and other students clubs; star lecture courses: Chrtstiaa w III
may McCnUers Bro Jets will put a third tarian teaching. The location Is beautiful and healthful, aaaJW
I story on their brick stores now going are low. For catalogs views and Information address tie
up on Howard street and will fit LINCOLN HULLEY, fnJ, !*&. fi..
L. C. LanIer and J. O. Boatright
same up for an armory; The Rifles I> DelMFall
were among the Rossbnrg visitors- to
will then have first-class quarters
Lire Oak today. *
specially prepared for their accom- ARTISTICfflorseshoeing

Jack Douglas and ...lfe. of MIamI.

arrived here last evening to remain
Clifford R. Jordan left Saturday
about ten days. Jack. has hosts *
of for a visit to the Jamestown Exposition -
friends In Lire Oak,jand they are always
and will be absent for some College Comes + far Gtal
[. glad to greet him. time. Mrs. Jordan was not feeling with Music, Filntlng IaterssL'tiae

i. well and did not care to undertakethe ss soot.eats t o,ses ro7 3 rev..ia'sba w w.i oa

W. B. Mills, of "Plnemount, was Journey.

t. here today and purchased from Mr. CALL ON

Overstreet a house and lot on Hamilton Prospects for a good cotton crop

street. in Snwannee county are very bright. J as. A. Neal

The farmers have their crops In fine ,

J. M. condition and tbe season is all thecotton'
Brown of
Rocky Sink was I At Geo. Davis
could ask
grower for.
.) here this morning. He had. the misfortune .

r to lose a fine mule valued smith
at: $%00 last night. Sheriff Rickerson returned from '

Brunswick Saturday with Jack Fields! -

Lee Raines of Pine Grove was a notorious character wanted In this S .

here yesterday and brought tomarket county for the killing of George Cody work carefully done and --
near Peacock three Sheriff
several crates of fine toma- years ago. guaranteedWe
toes. Mr. Raines Is a good trucker Rlckerson had sheriffs and their
deputies on the look for this
out ne-
and farmer and raises plenty for -.-
home use and to selL gro for some time and was notified solicit your patronage ;
last week that he had been captured

In Brunswick. Fields will be tried on

Dr. McMannlng. father-in-law of the charge of murder.A When you want Mean $ $ made to all who
a good meal
Thos. Delegal died at the latter's buy or wear them. In st
home yesterday
will be burled Le call atMANKER'8
on Health.
: at Houston today. Dr. McMannlng ease and durability Shield Brand SboeI
Healthy kidneys filter the Impuri-
was ont of the oldest citizens and toe the =-k of perfection.
ties from the blood and unless S
physicians In the county and at one they RESTAURANT[ I *OLD BY RCMBLC MERCHANTS Of1'
do this
good health Is Impossible.
e had a large practice with those M.
C. fic3'
who lived here In the early days. Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound KISER CO.tfilaa>:
Opposit Union Shed. A
Undertaker- Potsdamer sent a fine kidney and bladder disease It Good ser- ATLANTA, CAer

casket to Pine Grove to contain the strengthens the whole system. City vice guaranteed.

remains. ; Pharmacy dw CHAS. JUNKER. Prop.



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