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:
July 18, 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
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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).

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\ The Association Adjourned at Norfolk
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laW& N. c.. Julr !7.-After a y S

by counsel for T.Creta. Norfolk Va., July ITJLt todays
fad. .f argvsteat Jf ? -
d session of theNational .AuodatJoa
S. ticket Agent and the

of the Blue and the Gray at the
Railway pleading for a E '
.u&uate of the criminal. case '$t1 : Jamestown exposition,the old officer,

apIPt them ia the Superior" Court including! General Commander Julian

S. Carr. of Durham. N. c.. were re-
pre. presided over by Judge B. F.
elected with one exception this being
Leac m the charge of violating the
in the case of Rer. Henry Byroa
:,purr railroad rate law the courtretrskd 13 \ '
? / of
> all motions and ordered the fl \ Conecticut who declined to serve

? again aa chaplain general. In. his
..At] to proceed tomorrow -

fieaeral Counsel A. P. Thorn of,the y -- place was elected Rev. Dr. Calvin S.

..ttWa .. here from Washington. 4 LFb41cr : Blackwell of Norfolk.
//dads for delay. so as to prepare the The features of today's session

for want of jurisdiction, for: untstlo&allty -
were ,aa address by.Ret. Dr. Black-
of the law and for
A well of the leaden of
/ .b1 one the Southern
lag the Indictments were

edge Lang overruled all of r a ".v,u MtamtTALI .1 'l' / Baptist convention, and the adop-

sad directed that a plea of "notbe l tion of resolutions offered by L. L.

entered. After argument I r J Q No Rb Mra Perham of Tennessee strongly endorsing -
aw a

i morning the court took, a recess ; the attractiveness of the .

eEl IIS o'clock. -
z Jamestown
exposition and commending -
fwntJ minutes before this timeIdgi
(With ApologUe to a PromliMitt Advertiser.) it to all comrade of either army
Long convened court again and + '
In Omaha World-H radLFRISCO'S of the civil war and to all others.
; that Green, who had been iniQ -
The association accepted an la-
night, taken from the cus-
NEW MAYOR.But Yltatlon from Principal H. B. F'rtuel,
147 of the-sheriff> and held In the APPHAL: TO _COFEDERATE VETERAN -
f A STATE ORGANIZATION ? "* of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural -
isd of the e our 'It:will now be ., S
Schmitz In Jail S'Ull' Institute to visit that schooL
Claims the
that any writ Issnel for ; '> .. .. ; "j'f4,. ITo .
Job. Chaplain General Byron presided
I i shad be directed_against Judge '0 : Help Keep the Aged Bodyguardof

, me, presiding ink the Superior ,San fza claco. July 16Dr., Ed- HAS BEEN EFFECTED BY THE Jefferson Itevia out Of Poor In the absence of General Commander -
: Carr. who sent a telegram of re-
ad ilk effect,the,writ woulde ward R. Taylor physician FARMER'S UNION. House.St .
gret. St. Petersburg. Florida, was
,....s state'court; of uth- dean of the Hastings Law College and I ( Augustine Record.)
j .. selected as the next reunion city of
la a crifflinaf proceeding: **" ; of the University of California, was ,In Its State news columns this paper the Blue and Gray veterans.

nat Jtdfe. Long will decline to: elected Mayor of San Francisco to-
MEETING HELD:IN TALLAHASSEE has made reference to the fact
Green la obedience fo a night by the board of supervisors and ALMOST UNANIMOUSLY
Milo Cooper the aged negro:
i ef bleu corpus from the Fed- by the open avowal of the bribery
body-guard of President Jefferson
Is generally'believed.- graft prosecution the so-called reignof Was a Grand Suoceoa and Largely Attended ,. House Committee Will Report la
Davis of the Confederacy Is now living -
Nri from Asherllle says that the "Big Stick" came to an end., From AU Over State Favor of State Prohibition BUL

i Prtttiard Is :int'the' war' to Dr. Taylor was the third man to In MiamL: The Information first Atlanta July 17.-The Temperance

tatiag walled the writ on whom the office of Mayor was offered came through Southern Cross Chap- Committee of the House yesterday
I Tallahassee, Fla., July 1 .-The ter United Daughters of the Confed- afternoon by an almost unanimous
wiles train by Rudolph Spreckels and District -
A Farmers' delegates from all over eracy which body has appointed a vote. made a favorable report eposthe
1 MfetmeBt for violating the Attorney Langdon. His selection
Florida have been here for the past committee to ascertain If Cooper is Hardman-COTington state prohibition -
fate law was this afternooa came as, a complete surprise to the in need. bill.
two days for the of
purpose organ-
I tfilast General assenger Agent city, Or at no time had his name been Monday's issue of the Miami Record The meeting was held behind closed -
bating a State Farmers' Union. A
pelU. Boathern Railway Com- mentioned outside of the'secret contains further reference to the i door and the exact: Tote has not
large number of delegates were present
' -" 4 councils of the district attorney and presence of Cooper in that city the been ascertained, but it is known the
almost county In the I
d ._ his half dozen assistants. every paper printing a special appeal made :rote against the bill was small. The

4iGEO t DISFRANCHISEMENT Mayor Eugene Schmitz is yet,a.factor State having a strong delegation pre- by Dr. E. W. Pugh to Confederate favorable report on the measure will

to 'be reckoned with. It is announced sent. veterans. This appeal is as follows: .be made to the House today.A .

l la flirt iced Favorably Reported i that Mayor Schmitz will( appoint President Barrett of the National I' take this method of informing number of Interesting amend

to Association was here and made a I daft Georgia Senate. I successors to the fifteen supervisors -
stirring speech to the delegates and Veterans that Milo Cooper once measure even more stringent than
1 ti whQ will be forced by the district -
July *
a 17.-The SenateesMse altogether made a most favorable impression body guard of the President of the ever. There was a change made in

i .a Constitutional Amend- attorney to,resign. The city will on those who had DeTer before 'Confederacy Jefferson Davis, is lust*the caption for the purpose of makingthe

*** day reported favorably then have two governments one met this distinguished leader of now in Colored Town. He came to t measure more effective but the

/ttat* the negro dUfranchiseM headed by Mayor Taylor and,the.other my office on the 4th lust., from the most drastic amendment relates to

M latroduced by Senator by Mayor Schmitz..who claims that the Farmers'. poor farm. I did not know he was prescriptions of alcohol by physicians.
The meetings were held in the
he is not Incapacitated until after the |there as I had not seen or heard of Under the amendments adopted by
of the court house which
, u asere U the same as that court of last resort has confirmed his auditorium him In a year and a half. I have the House Committee no physician is

Ia tte House by Represen- conviction. has ample seating capacity for a large i j known him for ten years. He appealed permitted to prescribe more than a

A WM4ma of Lauren It will audience.. to me to use my Influence to keep pint of alcohol at a time; this prescription -
t M special order for Friday A great work for the Florida farm- ;him from returning to the poor must be filled on the day !
lisa;. add will probably be ers was accomplished this State i house. I at once gave him to un- on which it is written, and it must be "

x that time, 'derstand he would not have to make recorded with the Ordinary of the
t Governor Glenn Makes Sharp Criti- organization.The
t the measure Is antlcita following officers were elected: i that his home any more. He is in county not later than the day following -
cism Federal Judge Pritchard
Roue.Swtfc health and at best has but a the purchase.
Lafayette 1 poor
Trawick -
N. ,
Asheville N. C., July 16.FollowIng President. G.
'short time to live. His age is 78 and TheSe are practically the only I
U the arrest here yesterday of J. H. county; Vice President Wad-
Co Out Too. J the best part of these years have been amendments which the House Com-
Wood,,district passenger agent of the ford. Holmes county; SecretarytreasJ
4 eventful ones. I wish to furnish mittee put on the Bill but they are ;
: i -H J'i17 $.-The bill by Dr. Southern. and B. H. Graham on the urer, i- Anderson; Chaplain. J. ]him with a small house and supply sufficient to bring a storm about it.

'be Douglas. designed to hrage of having violated the new M. Caldwell Hamilton county; Conductor j him with the necessities of life. I TIe fight in the House is expectedto t
r lT' : elloral of cocaine, opium, rate law by charging more than the Newber Madison .ask those who feel thus disposed to come about Thursday with expected t

hydrate and other two and a quarter cents per mile rate J. A. Jackson. cents dol- final action by Friday.
bKs county; Doorkeeper, ,please contribute fifty or a
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this character the in
and arraignment
re- as provided
: Hand forward
Hamilton county; Seargeant-at-Arms j lar toward this. same or

l1 *y the Committees Police Court this morning when the Bishop Santa Rosa; State it by mail to me and I will see WANTS A SOUTHERN. "I
and Sanitation and continued. Judge Prltch-:
eases were
J. M. McRea Putnam I that it Is properly used for his com-
4 Meateaded by the Georgia ard in the United States Circuit Court Organizer. O. L. Mudle. 1 fort and needs. I am forced to thinkIt North Glad to Support Strong Southerner -

and + Association, came up Issued writs of habeas'corpus com- county; Business Agent j a reflection oa the Sons of Veterans for President, Says Parker I

mtlag' and passage. manding the chief of police to produce Bradford county; State Lecturer ] to allow him to spend his last .
Richmond. Va., July U.-Ex-
dletisslon Bradford county;
it the. before him. Carlisle
went to prisoners He faithful
In the house. was -
days poor
former Democratic
1O. Judge Alton B. Parker t
copies of It can Police Judge Reynolds communicated Executive Committee Brown I to Mr Davis and a firm believerIn candidate for the presidency
ij t1bnted among the with Gov. Glenn who Instructed Pledger Caldwell j the principles of the "Lost Cause. \
fan ,
> House.I who spent yesterday in Richmond,,
him to with the cases and Jackson. this will meet approvaland --
_p proceed Boswell. I trust your Interview on the political 09 / t
cense, a prohibi- have the solicitor resist the release Iof j Suwannee county was well re- hope to receive aid for him
in mind
s ss said that his ;
,,, applied to narcotic the defendants under the writ of at the State Organizationby promptly."
presented he
question but, that.
1 *itiiagent J
a If not more habeas corpus. f R. Wise andJ. .
E =x **** prohibition Rev. J. S. Parker E. New York and the '
bill, Gov. Glenn denounced the action | Wise went before Mrs Maud Raulerson. of Georgia .
Mr. to
Is' that W. Grant. glad support,, {
the sale of of Judge :Pritchard in taking the enforcement committee as soon as who has been visiting her parents: for the preside
E the
s'S1' In Georgia,' there* of criminal laws of the '! were appointed and spoke for Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Everett went to of recognized alp, '- ,
turn to the use of state out of the hands of the state J I they \
' State Unionto Genoa this morning on a visit to re nated. He salt,'
of the
.. their cravings.Rb4&1 .--officers and"declared that it was a I the next session rich In presidentF

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-A wise woman always lets I It is only natural that we shouli Once in a great while there Is a Father and Son.

get the wont of an argument learn to crawl before we walk but I, man so gocd-natured that he Is even "Now, son, what ye going to do o'nziLaxaliviFll [
an egotist. some men never get beyond the crawl- nice to his wife's relations. about the farm?"

Ing stage.--Chicago News. "I think, pater I'll go in for a lit-
The Charming' Woman Your Liver tie tall1-holDg.- -

Is not necessarily one of perfect Stimulation Without Irritation. la out of order. You go to bed In a "Fine Idee! You do the hoeing and J

and features. Many a plain That Is the watchword. That is JLd.!1UIIJ.and get, up with a, bad I'll keep taU-Louln1Ile Courier- .

who could never serve as an what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup last* in- your mouth.' You i' want :Journal. Pleasant 10 tall

model possesses those rare does. Cleanse and stimulates thebo..els something to stimulate liver. I I
your 'I O. B. Bnrhans: of. Carlisle Center. The new laxaiht.
that all the world admires: without Irrltatl In form
any Just try Herbine. the Iver regulator.A .
N. Y.. writes: -About four years
smooth skin I not gripe or tilt'*
clear clean
eyes City Pharmancy. d-w positive cure for i Constipation ago I wrote you stating that I had

the sprightliness of step and Dyspepsia and all liver complaints been entirely cured of & severe kid Cures stomach nd<

that accompany. ,. good health. A Love at first sight Is easy:but few Airs F- -W Ft. Worth Texas, writes: I[ney trouble by taking less than two troubles and ch.c

sically weak,woman is never people can stand the test of a long- "Have 1 I bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It
Herbine in my familyfor
ive, not even to herself. drawn-out acquaintance. entirely topped the brick. dust sediment stipation by rtsS5 Ij
Words can't .
rears. what
Bitters restore weak women and pain and symptoms ot natural action oft**J
Abraham Lincoln I think about it. Everybody In kidney disease disappeared. I am i
strong nerves bright eyes b.1
velvety skin, beautiful my household are happy and well, glad to say that I have never had .a ach,- liver and I
was a man who, against all odds
Guaranteed at Barclay .& and we owe it to Herbine. Snw&n- return ot any of those symptoms dur- Retu_substit P '-
attained the highest honor a man the four I j
Druggists. SO cents dIt nee Drug Co. V d-w* years that have elapsedand
could get In the United States. Bal- I am evidently cured to stay
takes a brave man to tell a lard's Horehound Syrup has attained A man who has something to say cured and heartily recommend oley's GftUq me Deaek

man that her baby looks Just a place never equaled by any always knows when he has said it- Kidney Cure to any one sufferIng Church-See that'a

any other. other like remedy, It Is a sure cure I then he shuts up. from kidney or bladder trouble. l* *
I City Pharmacy d-w with his head
for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Influenza
I II with his BOIIefGothamYet
Long Live The King! and all Pulmonary diseases. A Wonderful Happening
When a man is really and truly in ; I toll
Is the popular cry throughout Every mother should keep suppLed Port Byron. N. Y., has witnessed love he thinks there Is but one wo. he be"the b

___ wean countries; while In 'with this wonderful. cough mediclie. one of the most remarkable cases ot I man in the world. "I suppose "

the cry of the present day la "Suwannee Drug Co. d-R' healing ever recorded Amos F.I good.pare 0I0If!far s

live,,Dr.,King's New Discovery deW'I King,. of that place says: "Buckle 's I The Smile -No; he' bullet I Debra

of Throat ond Lung Should Rejoice. Arnica Salve cured a 'sore on 1 that wont come off. appears oa b*> bile garag
my .
of which Mrs. Julia Ryder "We have only one life to UTe" I by's face after one bottle ot White's Statesman.One
leg with which I had suffered over,
she sighed. Vermifuge the great worm
Truro, Mass., says: "It never *
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years I am now eighty-five." medicine. of the day w1
{ "Yea replied the man who was Why not keep that smile
to give Immediate relief and I trying to keep up a house on a flat Guaranteed to cure all sores by Bar: on baby's face. If you keep this pleasure. as wen M wilt'
quickly cure a cough or c ld." I clay &; Groover. Druggists, 25c. : medicine ..
income, "and with prices at the pre on hand, you will never see our health ii the .
Palne's opinion is shared by a sent mark it's a mighty lucky thing d-w any thing else but smiles on his face. acquatotrt wD 1<
ity of the Inhabitants of this that one Is our limit."-Chicago lIrs. s-- Blaekw, Okla.. writes; JIII-!
Many more men would buy gold "My New Life Pills tb
New Discovery weak lungs Tribune. baby was peevish and fretfuL dv
cures bricks If they were to be had on the Would not--at and I feared he would that cure heads e '"
sore throats after all other
installment plan. dieI ""
used a bottle of White's and keep the Do*
have failed; and for coughs and All The World Cream *
Vermifuge and he has not Barclay & Groove('
it's the only,sure cure. : knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment A cleansing ,clean cooling, soothIng had a sick day since. Suwannee

by Barclay ft Groover. has no superior for Rheumatism,, healing household remedy Drug Co. d.w. ----

50c and 11.00. Trial bottle free. Stiff Joints. Cuts, Sprains Lumbagoand I DeWitt'a Carbolixed Witch Hazel cf a"-
all pains. Buy It, try it and youwill : Salve Sold: by Live Oak Drug Store. number Every of man faults Is entitled to a limited In Some the neck It thtr s,

always use it. Any body who but most men
dwis exceed their limit. Just as
Then He Got His. --
has used Ballard's Snow Liniment --"_ --

Mrs. Henpeck-People are a living proof of what it does. All Hopelessly Lost.
. satisfied In this world. When there Is the slightest Indi- I
'.;:. ask of you Is to get a trial bottle. "Young "
we man. said the stern cation of
:.- Mr. Henpeck-Oh! I don't father indigestion heart burn For c<
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00. Suwannee
? You never heard of a man Drug Co. d-w, "you have married against my flatulence or any form of stomach quite eo i
more than once, did you?-York trouble take and
wishes. Now take the consequences.." a little Kodol occasionally ach i

patch. As to Kisses. "What do you mean by 'conse and you will get prompt relief. produce a I
Sold by Live Oak bowels beCOD'I
'Kcdol will nourish and Mabel-No man could ever kiss meL I quences Drug Store. d-w

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your digestive organs and fn : against my will. "Wh,, that you'll dig up the costs Many a convincing political speaker Barclay .t
natural digestive Juices for of the divorce* !
the Stella-Huh! If a man ever does I suit yourself" can't
even get
a hearing at home.
stomach. It will make you Then the groom realized that he
kiss you It will probably be against t
Kodol digests what you eat. was tied for keeps hlladelphla ;
ive Oak Drug Store. his own will.-Chicago News. Ledger c fOllniIOffiYMDTAR You

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to provide a method.for < '
f the;mace discovery of the Illicit sale oft ; 'h Rive Ti1jk MTg: Go. ".' ; '

t intoxicating liquors within the cor- : : ; !

;. porate limits of the City of UTe ,
t Oak. Florida to punish false I. Manufacturers of 1 :: L
i swearing therein, and to arrest the !
making such Illicit aae.I .
t Tendor the Mayo- nl Lumber1 lipgl1 Electric
Be it ordained by 1 Lights,
pity Council of the City of Live Oaks U U .:
r orida. ..a .w iBoweiarid Jurrpentine. I

f section 1. Whoever'02 the'city withIn of Uve theforpSaleTTmfls i" Electric; Lights in ay.J>art of the dJsJtarafchedL for (" ,Brain'Workers and Champion Athletes i

;, sake Florida shall be found Jn, tip !R Qsideltceirie: ;IIp1iS "i
ubUc'p1ace In a state, of Intoxication I at a very reasonable rate. Rely Coca-Colay kaow'the Ems, .. f fwheD
E1e .rlc = bo as -tonic ,Without 1mdae i
pr boisterous; or .In any way Power Daq and'nighl"clirrenttor'Tiianufacturingpurposes. : atimnlat ands reJinea that physically -' ;i
tnder',the {influence *>f'Intoxicating41duor I ': -'' .' tired feeJinz and cobwebby mental state 110
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so that he; or she does Jootiebtve -t I common in summer time., See that your dealer f

In a natural manner, 'shall'betakeiVjn Wholesale: ond, ,retail Ice-out of City orders have special supplies,.seta you b or tt at keep the i your.refrigerator.. wt. :Alwe +a.e- I
,(charge by tle>..Marshal. i or attention $.tb.ritr.f t.ta1.ligtw.. I.J LJ tUelaeksesvilie .
policeman of the City of Live and'.all orders aromptly! ;fiiJjed.}) Ceca-CoJa BottUaa C..:.j*.*..*..11a -
bat Florida.JU14'detained In,custody We wiD give you ,good prices on,low ,grade ceiling and

:before'gntil-sober the Mayor,*d.aha1ltheu.In order that,betaken.he,or Mooring., ..- ,- ,.Come, and.get-our_prices? w._ ._.,._? lire Oak Bottling Works, Taylor Distributors and LaFayette; Suwahnee.; counties.'Ham t D. .

;hem' *t be required todl&C1oa4thbm_ : : '
:irhomheaot. .nurcbasedBUCli.. ln- *** .
liquor. Excursion to Savannah
toxicating fia.
Section 2. When such person is : HAirline
-brought before, the Mayor the said Round I SEABOARD I:
; $3.00 Chalr
to leston
Wyorshall r qu1re hlm or her to trip ; S. C. round

:jUstif under oath as to where when trip500.. Special 'train leaves Jacksonville 9:00

;'And from intoxicating whom he liquor or she and purchaseduch upon his A. M. on July J6th via the ATLANTIC Railway. .

for her refusing to testify at all, or COAST LINE. Returning on any train up to

$pon his or her testifying In such a July 31. For further Savannan Columbia Camden Southern Pines .
:Banner as to lead the Mayor to be- information apply to ..
;iierethat: his ;'ori her-,testimony.1 Is FRANK. C'. RAVI CTOM, District Pa Benter: Agent. Raleigh" Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. ,
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evasive or'false the Mayorafter --- -::: ass wesE- 'j- St.-facl csoAv fILPitts' Philadelphia and New York.

warning without effect, shall ad-

judge of court him, and or shall her to punish be in such contempt con.. &'McEsvne I CLINTON MGKS TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY\ .

: tempt by Imprisonment, ,In, the city
Jail not exceeding twenty,days or by
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
fine not exceeding fifty dollars ($50),

or by both ,such fine and Imprison- General Agents.For .
: ment. Wholesale and Re-

; Section 3. If upon the examination Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
the General
mentioned Section 2, the person Accident!
brought before the Mayor shall disclose Assurance Corporation of tail Dealers, in Flori-
the name of the'person from
WOOED be or she purchased such intoxicating PHILADELPHIA da and WesternM'EATS The Jamestown Exposition Line | 4

liquor and the place and 1
date of such pUI'C'.base'and 'testify In

such a manner as to lead the Mayorto ; Excursion Tickets on.Sle Daily : 1
believe that the testimony Is pro- Accident and Health Insuranceon
**bly true'the'Mayor' shall'then and a:
there reduce or cause to be reducedthe popular Monthly Premium For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent ,' '
Phone 24. of Seaboard, or write <
"said testimony i writing and plan. '
save said person,sign,it, and verify S. C. EOYLSTON JR., Asst. GenL'Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla -

It by affidavit taken and certified by Prompt deliveries 11 n i i n1M11111111ii11i1111111111111i1111niii1111
the said Mayor. If such person shalt I .

refuse to sign.and swear to the said All policies issued and claims anywhere fri the . . . . . . . . .t.t. . . . :
testimony when reduced to writing, i .

the said Mayor shall attach his certificate paid from this office. : OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT :' :

that the said testimony ,was City. I
taken before him under oath on1 thedate is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is :

thereof. broad enough to accommodate all and 2 -i
Agents Wanted Use, ,Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Section 4. If the said testimony I syrup. Contains no, opiates. It : HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: ,

reduced to writing shall show that drves the cold,out of the system by t L-.The young folks with their small savings. <

any person baa Illegally sold intoxicating gently moving the bowels. Contains 2.-The breadwinner, striving to accumulate a fund )
the of Live Oak OFFICE Building.
In City
Honey and Tar and tastes near to procure a home or a competency for old age. '
Florida, the' said' Mayor shall issue i 1
ly as good as,maple syrup. Children 3.The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and '
his warrant for'the arrest of such
Live Oak - Florida. like It. Sold by Live Oak Drug i the income provided.
person wr persons on a charge of '
selling1 Intoxicating liquor to be Store, d-w t 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other' investment. '

brought' before 'him proceedings: i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida J
M is. other'cases. \'ar Against ConsumptionAll ...
Section 5. The person disclosing nations are endeavoring- > > . . . . . . > . '. > *

the name- of the vendor shall be check, the ravages of consumption.
brought before the. Mayor; tq testify the "white plague" that claims so

at the trial of the party arrested and many victims, each year. Fol 1:'.

If Us or her testimony doesnot, agree Honey.,and Tar Cures coughs and
la any material matter with his or colds perfectly and you are In no
ter previous written testimony he danger of'consumption. Do not risk

or 'she shall be turneder: to, the your health by taking some'unknown 4 P B f ft IMF

state ,authorities, for trial for per- preparation' when Foley's'Honey and

lory. Tar Is safe and certain In results.. !', R B' .- F' 'e R' : 1' BiH
Section ,6, Any testimony' given The genuine Is In a yellow package. are Indigestion. If you eat a > ***?- sl
aider this Ordinance by the person City Pharmacy. d-w little too much or if you are subject to Tars os
t'ken In charge as provided In 'Section : attacks ef Indigestion,you have no doubt
had shortness of breath,rapid heart beats
1 shall not be used against him Persistence. heartburn or palpitation of the heart SicifhersA
or lier on a charge 'of drunkenness. Mr. Muggins--Your wife seems tobe Indigestion cause the stomach tG
Section 7. All Ordinances in con- expand-swell, and puff up against the
very perslstenL'Mr heart This crowds the heart and interfere -
: Hot[ herewith are hereby repealed. Bugglns-Persistent? Why *with its action. and in the course ol VEGETABLE
time the heart becomes disNsed.Kodol. PURELY
Section: ,$, This Ordinance shall that woman has been looking under
tike effect Immediately upon its pas*- the bed' for a burglar for twenty-six

lie by the Council and approval bj years.-Philadelphia Record. CONSTIPATION. OT8PCP.8IA .

The best remedy For Dyspepsiadigests
CHAS. lL.BROw.l.Prealdant inflammation of the A GUARANTEED CURE for all disease produced by
of City Council. weak kidneys what eat.takes the strain off TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle par-
and Bladder you
bladder is DeWitfs Kidney eave a sick spell tomorrow.
k chased today may yoa
mat and contributes nourishment
8.1 P. MAYS. City Clerk. of the heart
is prompt
Pills. Their action "strength and health to every organ of tbs ,
1. 8. 'P. Mays. City Clerk of the and sure. A week's tratment for body. For Indigestion Dyspepsia.. Soar CUBED OF CHILLS AND FEVER ATTE1

.. Qjy ot Live Oak Florida do hereby 25c. Sold by Live Oak Drug Store. Stomach!ntmbranes Inflammation lining the Stomach of the and mucous Digtt- ALL OTHER MEDICINES. FAILED

certify that the foregoing Ordinance d-w. :a.eTract.Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh Mrs. W.A. WhltewttU Emory, Tes.
jf the Stomach.JUtrt writes: ")17 child had chills amd fever
*o. t> was regularly passed by the for four years. We tried all kinds ofmedicine
The Sure Way."Any ., sIf toed would distress tw J7 naktac sad .aeqoalatance of
b .. fiaaUy
Council on the 10th day of June SitS end 1 wnM bmm y mk.tTbctU
husband I' Mart ., used
her We
break Mtnawfi recommended
woman can !inaIy I "Kde and it f r nix
't D. 1807 tew bottte I aa ear*!. and the child U now eomcJetely -
.and the same is hero- if she about it laze '" JUwr utaw a three bottle
of smoking KRS.LOlWIO MlCMOtS.Pw TaB.H.T.Ditfests curW. You have my pemunaato
J_certified ta the Mayor of his ape right. I I publish this testimonial as I cheer
and was bb a bad state u
IF-etlhWltness "Put a drug in his coffee?" lad I bad hart O=:=.I Irewe Yodot Dyspepsia fall recommend Herbia to an mother" 1,\
tar abed lour IIMXI&bS aDd it aue4 hating children afflicted as mine.
my hand and the seal of "No buy ,his 'cigars for him. Do UUBLI. H..eda.0. TO 6EHUIK
*-**JOT Qty, this 10th day of June A. Houston Post. What You Eat ,., BALLARD SlOW L1NIHEMT CO.

A ,$. P. MAYS City Clerk Quick relief for Asthma, Sufferer I = I ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
Eamfned Foley> Honey and Tar affords Immediate to .r N. a..
and approved by,me this sufferers In
relief to asthma BY
day of June. A. D. 1907. the worst stages and if taken In time :The Live Oak Drug

J., B. JOHNSON. will effect a cure. City Pharmacy. Suwannee Drug Company.-.
d-w i Company
Mayor of Live Oak Florida. .



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..: .- ...-' :: IL; readily aa4: know bow to Jalty' REO SCHEDULEBEGINING .'
Oak.fFterkU x"
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i3sdepred at' the Pew
' thaan with *lost &untA& acciracy.Sore
: ; as Second Class 3taii)tats 7 '
: z ;Noftmblr=tf.-!,.$. teg Oee-- they ''are. I12Uy of 1 ... .

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the old sdeo wbeee moral beat was

:? LIYB.oiTn. $ c.1'L'ra determined by Draining and U$ da- JULY 17th.

:. '. tions of the old South-are peculiarly

I DAILY DEMOCRAT wd ** liked and respected by Soother. 6:30 A. M. Arrive Live Oak 7:00\
; mined tour part el the Unt4 Lea': Suwannee Springs .

,Y'' ,States, pastage prepaid, ,for $5." people.! They broagat with them oat *' ", ," Springs 12:00 :
;t 3 s Per year; *UO.for_six nontax of cerritade the characteristics of U\'C Oak '

::'z' *.*ias for three lacaths.or *t cents:: :{integrity decency: fidelity, klad U 1:00 P. 1\1. Live Oak 1:30 P.i'i
! advance De- Springs
: 'five weeks la
D r and obedience to Uw. tat '
1.--: f1tlT8 ' part,at the fatr.lsyi jU&ess Springs 6:30"
f 6:00
week neither freedom nor the brutal ., Live Oak "
if '.:carrier._for II cents per I
' ]excesses wander color f 1&br a
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!* se-- be'Alabama 1ePJat1lJ'e-b-aow.lie..1rth-b.t1n.4lcaUsm.whi ue.1tUM C C. EaToTi Way. ;
negro race as its.tool_to humiliate PIiOnC' IQ9'FAR.'S no.c
I|*?sessfoss.. and-stimulated by the GeorJgia -'e, oppress the Southern white .

I,. ...example,, a straight prohibition' ever corrupted this class or won them : i }' : :A i s .. .. < ; : : o;- t f -.ICHASTAIN J

f:! D1u to corer the, whole State has beeajintrodneed. from their friendly relations with '

t-- \ lit Is not likely pass bat their former masters. To these we TAL Driver
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it:& haa the liquor-forces badly- scared lore to do honor for.'they were true : ,

as steel In times when evil counselsseduced .
Find the sentiment behind it is prettr1ft' ; I: ..
the great mass of the negroes :
aU the saloon people on ,
t{-ar! to put from as and the whites were "

|*their good behavior. living in a nightmare during the days '

of reconstruction. All of us have .S i ; :: E3

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Editor LEngle, says that the fierce known some of this class and there1fU I Minn minimum

,II".. fdenial of Messrs. Knight and Storm a rare and comforting faith and iimiiiM _. I' ,... .' .. .

t"in 'the matter of those sensational perfect understanding between us ov Wood Herring of"--
which left no room for a negro problem At the Baptist.A.t Cburch. Local rff.11?
telegrams .all a bluff and that .he I here yesterday
: .Is in our relations. The Valdosta the prayer meeting of tthe'BaPtist :

has 'em where they cant wiggle. Times tells of the passing of one of church lasVulght.1t was'decidedto J -
Mrs. .&. D. Hemmlag ail ..
f They repeat the denial with emphasisaad this kind in the following words: organize a "Layman's Missionary Our community was shocked this] have returned from the Ftrfc.

win institute criminal libel pro- "Ber. Charles Anderson probablythe Class for the study of mission fields morning to learn that Mrs. Elizabeth

oldest negro in this section and missionaries etc. The first, meeting Porter.ba4 died at 9 o'clock last-night
ceedings. It is a simple Issue of fact C. J. Jenkins west to Bt iitj
a man universally esteemed by both will be held next week and the orter. had died at 9 o'clock last
t ,squarely Joined and the whole State ntght.1 terday.
: White and colored, died at his home organization perfected.The She had only been sick for .

tls eager to see the finish of the con fA this city last night. Rer. Anderson pastor announced that, he weeks, and notwithstanding her advanced Mrs. Lawler visited isa.

: troversy.:. had been a resident of Valdosta. would preach next Sunday' morningon years, she being ,upwards of Springs yesterday rttirt&i fafe

Says Short Talks ,in the Tlmea- by: his wise counsels to the membersof good people ,go through life that her Illness would prove fatal. C. R. ,Jordan of DovBaf teta

rT Union In commenting on a recent his race during reconstruction with aching hearts lest_they;:shall not Mrs. Porter was the mother of Col. in the city today

>* -- days. did much to minimize the bIt- at last enter into,rest. The promisesof Geo. E. Porter, of this city, and the I
_paragraph, la the Democrat suggesting -
: terness that existed between the races God are not strong enough to save also has_another son In Arkansas.She I C. P. Ba l&r4. of Wife. Used|
f ; the reform of the petit jury rath-
during that stormy period. He was them securely' least they- are not was a lady of noble Christian character FUu, Is a guest of the Elk tote

x .er, than the abolition a- of
r,;W; : years of the -Macedonia Baptist taught that. .It was ,possible to fall she will be sorely missed by-alL The J. O. John sad trot**. Ii. tS

i' "* The petit Jury holds most"tponsible church here and his Influence was away and., of course, must practice funeral took place at 3:30 this after- Wellborn were here. tessuspf

j position, one which should always 'on the side of honesty Christianity It. Is there* !such 'a thing taught 'as"Justification noon. Rev C. .A,,Ridley officiating terday.

t i' be tolemnfy considered; by ,each Jnrorv and right, ,llring. He ,could by Faith" 'In the wordof and the interment was in the city

*. \It stands between the community, and did control the turbulent mem- God If io. the believer in Jesus cemetery., G. Potsdamer funeral dir- J. G. Brown, of Alias, *M tilt

,and anarchy. If the latter misbegotten bers of. his race In the early days of Christ is secure In Him.: How aboutIt ector. Mrs. Porter's children and yesterday.

theory ,of the relations between their freedom when their minds This will be the question at 11 grandchildren were very much devoted

!.a" man and man prevailed the were inflamed by the teachings of o'clock Sunday and'you are cordially to her. and In her declining years Sheriff Rickersoa nat tbo*
"courts and petit Juries would be superseded -
northern carpet-baggers better than
invited. everything possible was done to make today on butl ....
'. by the passions and appetitesof that
any other man. and at time as
.. life pleasant for her .and she; lacked
man. Many riots'which are generally well. as In later years he had the FOR IXSCLTIXG HIS WIFE for nothing comfort her. She wasa Jack Taylor west to 19*
outbreaks of anarchy, have confidence and support of the white '
consistent member of the Baptist morning.
been-engendered by failures of petit people. "Uncle Charlie" as he was
One Man Kills Another Who Wad church and we curtail our remarks,
f* juries to give due weight to the du- known.
familiarly ninety
was nearly Drank Near
Qnincy. as her pastor Rer. C, A. Ridley will S. D. Morrow, a CGIItrIf"
:'":' .u encumbent on them. years old." Quincy. 'Fla.. July 16.-A farmer In tomorrow's paper give her obituary builder of Uadlsoa was Bt,***'
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near Quincy shot and killed Hiram Peace to this good old lady's ashes. day on business
t.-ve: extend congratulations to the Says the St. Louis GlobeDemocratin Allen for allegedly insulting and offering

;esteemed Waycross '(Ga.) Evening speaking of the separate coach 0 *
Improper proposals to Mrs. Messrs. Ethel aid C..rSs *
Mr. Adams of Norwood .
was here
,Herald upon its wonderful Industrial laws of the South which the people Smith. Allen It Is said was drunkat Bothwtll w w ** I**
and Mary
..: edlton. a copy of which has Just of Missouri are now considering as Smith's house. Smith surrendered this morning, and told the reporter ofa ***s*
# 11L'It I horrible accident that occured two day from Mayo where tttT
reached' Is a mammoth affair good legislation for that State: to the sheriff.
7 of 11$ pages In magazine form, and This increment rlrtnally seeks to miles south of Mayo':Monday night. lightfnl time.

r' !gives such, a description of Waycross. revive the stare pen mark of humiliation Card'of Thanks.. Frank Jackson a prominent white Mrs. H. B. Cross of F rti ,.. I
her people and her industries will farmer went out In the afternoonto
?, as and despised inferiority. I wish to express my" sincere sad left W *** I
be-a,glorious advertisement of that feed his hogs, that were runningwild yesterday
This of and
is. absolutely
course thanks to friends who so kindly administered aceompaaW if >da h'
enterprising little city if it shall be I flagrantly false and quite as sillyas In the woods. He took with him Ing train.

,well circulated over the country. Itt 'It is false. These separate coach help to me during, my some corn and a gun. :As, he failed Wearer.
(Pro.fueI11JIultrated with excellent laws are a necessity in sections where precious daughter's illness, and death. to return as soon as expected his wife .....
May the Lord bless them. Miss Mary Blune left
:pictures of leading citizens, street,, there Is a large negro population. became alarmed and as soon as It ..
,business houses, industrial plants and There Is neither sentiment nor pre- MRS.. ,C. F. YOUNG. was light enough Tuesday morning on,a visit to friends last e*

private residences. and the stranger, judice back of them In the usual a brother and others formed a search- sy )iIf!
Miss Nelma and Mrs. Nelms of Ta *i.
wentto Mrs. Evans
going through its pages will notdoubt acceptation of those words, but the party and found Frank Jackson's Taw,. till
Rlxford yesterday on a visit. yesterday en routs
that Waycross a fine little most imperative practical considerations dead body about a mile from She "*.* there *.

'city full of high-class people and witha I which decent white people can- home with his gun lying on the High_ Springs.
Mrs. Horry Hair and
baby went to for two days.
largejature before
It. a short
not Ignore require such laws and away
Suwannee Springs yesterday to spend
their rigid enforcement. The overt a' few days. muzzle pointed away from him. The Groover of 1M ..
1 Henry Watterson always, says i whelming majority of the negroes theory Is advanced that, as Is well Use hr

better than anybody .else.., On the I make no objection whatever to the H:>n. W. J. ,Hillman, of. Lire Oak known wild hogs, if not fed as soon ed Distance tome Telephose and reports the ..* !.

.' mucJa.d1acuued''quesU n' of Mr.Rposerel ., separate coach for the segregation the well known naval stores operatorand as found In the woods will fight and to Laval .".If

; | taking the ,nomination ol it requires ,has many advantages fore one of the leading,business men that they attacked the deceased and luC little splendidly work Is require ***-..
his party for President next h them he kept them off of him
I year; I and beyond an absurd desires of the State is in the city and by punching
f turns loose this paragraph them with the place and Mayo-
that baa an impossible social equality on of the Aragon. Metropolis.Mrs. .' but of the gun and -

I more convincing power In it than the part of a very few, there Is non one barrel was exploded the contents tar>vrtr ",..

anything else that has been said o trouble among the negroes about It. C. W. Rogers and ,baby ft hitting him In the heart. Then the Geo. but E. Pickett who now re61' I
the subject: If they are not furnished with accommodations yesterday for Darlington S. C., on gun would naturally fall in the way the EtUI. ".
Live Oak. Is at
The president'Is no fooL, He t equally as, good as an extended visit to relatives and It was found with the muzzle from theCompany's M".. II #!

know that' to go back,not only:upon those .given the whites when they friends. him. The body: was carried to his cently purchased sU 1I 8I- j

his word, but upon his triend, and pay the 'same fare, they hare their home and a good woman was a property '

take. the J nomination. himself- wouldfully remedy ,at law against the railroad Hon; J, W. Knight of.Floral City widow and' five children fatherless. of the city.

.I..confirm the worst chargesof companies. It the writer of the arrived here yesterday There was no thought of foul play as wtfo.vllle II z- '
en route toTallahassee. esd :
J. J. Abbott a
the\ most inveterate 'of hI. he had no '
paragraph in the GlobeDemocratwere and the ..
He Is a member of the cause of by 1s sro
traducers; ,that it, would- ., put .the living down!' here where negroes Indian War Claims committee, which his death could not have been other- accompanied Oak left i DII...

brand i'self-seeklng- falsehood are thick and much given to travel, organized there this morning: : wise than accidentaL sisters from Dowllng Live Park $0. ***"...
upon alibis antecedents and preten h would draw his pharasalcal skirts Ing for

sin that Jt would present 'him tc, about him elevate !.t. B. time at that resort
*;.11oo his hypocritical E. J. Ivey director of the Armour Wlngate. with the Hair """"

is'countrymen, as. a, detestable, ,.&ncJ nose and kick, harder than the most Car, Line, with headquarters at Hardware Co.. bend sixty pennyVlre -and dangst*,-":

riflsh conspirator,' aiming after er select of the natives should he and Tampa. was In-tbe nail double with his hands Mrs. Pert
city We B
yesterday morning
and power alone; that In.onlllwoQp. e his wife be cooped'up In the same was formerly a resident of Lire Oak him perform 'the feat this morning left this Florida" s .

{ 'd=shone' 'C .:the!aculd t coach with a representative- assort and 'expressed surprise af t11o.Ptd and can testify to his ability to do it. points In South friends.

,, destroy both himself'and ,thubllcan s ment of the negro race" every time he i and substantial'growth of;the,city. He must have wonderful -strength in relatives and

.party. It is Inconcelr- took ride. .As. long range: his hands.Advertise. SkiPper- ;

e. short of insanjty. that Mr. sentimentalist, on this Issue he. 'Is I Daily Detnurrmtr 1 Oc a *'"'It. i Miss Jessie .w 1' ,

,gao seveit. ahonld, contemplate it." very much of an ass. I Dally Democrat* 13c a week irl r-er home In Jaspera ,
", it The Daily. :. three days' visit to ,*



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CHRONICLED FOB DEMOCRAT Miss Berta Hopson and Mrs. Bras-
, READERS well returned from Qnltmaa today City and Suburban No Claim

accompanied by Miss Mamie Phillips

who will visit here for some time. I

; CoL A. E. Leslie went to Valdostat Properliest
this morning to bring home
mother who has his Is out of place when we talk our FURNITURE
been in a sanitarium
,.'rw.' of Live Gathered-Oak-by and the Snwannee Demo- there for same time. ._a'*" *,*. '.,-. --....reliability. A look through will convince'you. If

--County cyst Reporter __ .......,._ I fire life and Accident .. .you want: to get posted come to us. ,:
J. J.' DIxon left for Hernando. in INSURANCE in "
: Citrus county this '' ...
morning where Old Reliable automobile ride phone 109. he has a contract for building two
I brick storehouses.

electric fans, see J. C. Lyle. i
For -- ..
Miss Lucllla Humphreys of '. \ }V!make it our business'to' get the best and. it's

:: "*.'.w.. B. Burnett of Dpwling Park I Donalds. S. C.. has arrived here on Prompt at e ntioii\lveli>*tc Z>"S\no lorry if you allow us to tell about it. _

was here today eh route to Quincy. a visit to her parents D. M. Humph- ALL BUSINESS

reys and wife. She one of -. ..
-*1W.' H. Weeks, of Peacock was here the teachers in the High SchooL : t

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trading this morning. EDWARDSREALTY I .. ,

Rev. W. M.WIggins and family ,' : .-
1'j. H-TClght, of Suwannee was here who have been visiting his brothel ; *.:

trading today. here for a week or more, returned: ,to Lewin_ Building, Room 3.

: their home In Mulberry., Fla..; today.: Phone No. 44.. J. B. BARTON &
lirs. Armstrong left for Ocala on -

.a short trip today. Mr. J. H. Allen: Mayo Fla., and ,-.,..---- -, I H. L. CAMPBELL, MANAGER CO\j

Mr. J. N. Meeks.- Live Oak, two Thos,.1, Keller.;has Just.completedthe

CoL B. B. Johnson of Jasper,was well known and prominent gentle- plastering of the inside walls oi too

here, yesterday.W. men of these two progressive towns the new Byrd block on Howard street. oo .-. . . ..11. . . . . .

are stopping at the D vaLr-.Metro-"!It 4s, certainly a fine piece of work

H. McLeod. of Jasper was polls. 'v : /-, J. <. : and Is said ,to. be .the. only hard-
finished Mr. Wolfe Writes. LOST OR STRAYED-A seven- ,
work In the
transacting business here yesterday; city. Mr. Kelley
J. L. Barnes wife and daughter Is an experienced plasterer and his Editor Daily Democrat-We ar- year-old cream mare from pasture
near Live Oak. Finder return
Doss Clayton of near Peacock was. of O'Brien went J& Lake Park yesterday services will hereafter, no doubt be In, rived in Philadelphia safely and
undersigned. Hinely Stephens
here today on business. on a visit to relatives"and'ireat dema & und the weather clear and bracing. .
.. Company. tt
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friends. .... --- r"- '? The c:1ty.Ja wonderfully decorated In

Mrs. H. B. Shaw of White Springs On account of slackness of work purple and white and statues of
r leM '
:was here today en route to Alton. It was Nathan' Surasky Instead of here Fred Hugger today sent 'his i enormous Elks every where. The FLORIDA BOOK NEWS C.

Alex. Surasky. of whom mention was four white brickmasons to Montgomery North American has transported a

)[rL Stone and Mrs. D. O. Henry made yesterday as going on a trip to where they will remain until mammoth Elk alive to Its ro f twenty ..s.Its' .

returned from Suwannee Springs to- New York. Baltimore Philadelphiaand work revives here. These men are : stories above the pavement and all

day. the Jamestown exposition. undoubtedly four of the best, brick I visitors to it are furnished with a a Pretty

masons ever In Live Oak. The' Hug- coin printed on a linotype with their Cool Proposition

Mr. Rouse and Louis Dowllng Joe Baisden Is now employed by ger Bros. have them hired by the year name free. Dizzy as this height was I -

were visitors to Live Oak from the the Suwannee Hardware Co., and as and they must be kept at work either we looked down on this twenty-story

Park today. Joe is a "stayer" he will no doubt here or at Montgomery. roof from the twenty-second story

remain with this firm until he mastersthe roof of the building of the Land
Irs. W. Sultvan. who has been ton hardware business. Little Syble. the six-months-old Title & Trust Co.. just opposite. The

ressa. was here this morning en- daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. J.. J. Murphy city, spreads out under this immense

rests to Alton.__ or her home. .. Miss Virginia ,Mayst who_ has been died at Suwannee Springs Sunday i Building like a map. The Delawareand

:' visiting the'farm f'her uncle..S.-P. or'cho era iUfaJ tum., The i SchuylklU rivers are both visible
J. J.. Wynn ,and wife, of; Mayo, Mays, returned tocher home t"u' Ash- funeral took place Tuesday' and the: Individual firms have spent ''a3much J

werehere_ _today!. en route to_Ella-*"" villerJefferson cou 'fZ'today,.topping remains .were.bured4n. the cemeterjat ,as UO.OOO,.dol _apieoe_ The

vllle. for a couple of days Madison Suwannee Station. All will city has spent 50000. The' giant

,\ ., : % sympathize with'7the'/%. .;reaYed par, parade crfmes off Tb jrsdayr 1goodrposIUOD.S
F. R. Stroud and wife, of r Dowllng .' : '
Ellen Micken and Eilly Hawkins. enta. .j !n to view the parad*

Park were here this morning en colored were arrested\esterday by bring |*00 apiece- Owing to:. tha

route to Ellavlllet6_ visit_Mr.,Stroud's Marshal Lyle for scraping, and dMiss "Annie Hemming has secured, kindness of our, friend, Mr..Katz, 'we ', to
parents. a position in the primary department' lovely seat! in the Temple ,
Mayor Johnson assessed aylne of f 5 a for these hot'dajs: to quaff'ac 'glass, of
each this morning.Dr. of the,Fenholloway school as teacher. College.) 'Ye. shall take lunch as"we our delicious Ice Cream,_Soda. The
J. P. Hamock, of Townsend Sta- I M/ss Annie Is an exceptionally good expect It to take all day for the. %6DOO ,- youngsters wd enjoy it as much as their
tion, was in the city today en route teacher and we congratulate enhollo Elks to one point elders. Pure Soda and a variety of
West informed Us that he has pass flavorings with pure fresh-made Ice
Pinetta. discharged Col. Roberson and he ay upon securing her services. The city is avidly hilarious and Cream of the best quality. A cooling

would be out In a few days. All will She asked by letter'for'a position anda shouts of '"Hello Bill". rend the air.I drink leaves a which feeling assuages of comfort the after thirst taken.and

J. W, Carver who has been here rejoice to see the colonel on the reply to her application a notification shall give the Democrat full accountof Scrupulous cleanliness marks,oar cart

i several days returned to his home streets again. a well man. He has hada that the board had unanimously the parade. I enclose a badge. of the soda fountain.

tear O'Brien this morning. bad spell of sickness and it Is a elected her. Faithfully yours

.* .. wonder to many that he has survived I GEO. WOLFE
)(ra.. Dr. Bothwell. of Wellborn. it. iJu. I'i Through the courtesy of the Live Florida Book & News CO.

arrived here today and Is the guest of I,Oak. Perry & Gulf,'A. D. Hemming The following Is'an original :piece ,

s Mn. CL N,.Hildreth. Jr. I The new Citizens Bank will have' visited Che i _..Gulf.coast and caught 100 of poetry by a Jacksonville lady, who "

: stuccoed walls and it presents a. pounds of fish In thirty minutes. has many friends I in Live Oak aad C- C P\\HIP .'

1. C. Byars of Louisville Ky. is I I handsome.appearance. The vault door; While on the trip he was the guest of to, whom refreshing bits jof poetry,, -' jindManagOwnu'

her selling hardware to our merchants and big safe. are in position and r I Mr._,Monroe, manager of the Dowllng. he.sometimes .sends ,as remembran- "

who handle It. the Inside Lumber & Naval Stores Co., and ces.. The Democrat has been fortunate ------ --.- .. -
s. work is progressing on ,
speaks in the highest praise of that enough to obtain permission to
C. E. Halle. Jr.. came in from the gentleman who was so hospitable.Also publish a few of these: ,

a Springs this morning but will return R. L. Westmoreland left today for Messrs.'Green Gatlln. North. My Propensity I.

m this evealag. Griffin Atlanta and other Georgia Kellum and Robinson, for appreciated rTe a powerful propensity to pet
favors shown., Tis always seeking some outlet: (
visit to relatives and
b points on a
Kin', Ida McKinney of Mayo ar- No matter. what, ,object-my ,kitten.
friends and will be absent for ten --
rived here today on a visit to Mrs. Mrs. Dr. Hackney of Wellborn, it Q:
Bob has earned a
days more.
Judge< Conner. was here yesterday, and, returned in My duck my doggie, with its first
4 vacation and will no doubt enjoy It. figPRO
the evening accompanied by Misses bow-bow..

1'It Mrs. C. R. Jordan and Miss Pauline Annie and.l Susie Hemming, and My gosling my goose my chicken.
t J. A. Crews the hustling representative
Jordan of Dowllng Park were here in Mildred SmitbM) my benMy
of the Times-Union.
to4&,. guests of the Ethel. horse "mt'calf., my pig In the WE-
41 the city today. Mr. Crews 'Is probablythe ,
Married In this city las tevenlng at pen.
best known newspaper man In the \VATCH BUYERS
t N. Bars a prominent citizen of eight o'clock at the residence of the A baby a lassie a lad (if he's good).

moo was here on business yester- State.J. I pet them as much as their grand-
laT bride on West Howard street Mrs. If YOU wish for exclusive elegance In t
ra mother could. watch with absolute of nov
+ je J. Murphy and wife Mrs. F. Lorena Fielder and Mr. Thomas accuracy
My pastor my doctor my turkey my i meat, your ides of perfection wiQ meets
R, Murphy and Mrs. F. C. Michael re- Mr.
Everett officiating.
Rev. revelation In
a laid t'at least fifteen more Ligbtcey. lamb. I
"' gel could easily be rented at turned from Suwannee Springs to- Ligbtcey is a young man working at But never no never do I pet a I
Mtss day and Mr. Murphy will hereafter THEHOWARD
asses Springs, I the carpenter's trade In this city and "mere man! -
make Live Oak his home. all look goodto
his An old maid a matron
Slack I has an excellent reputation
Newman succeeded in ralsM ady so me ,
tat money to pay'his fine yester- Walter Creekmore.. Charley Williams bride is a ver ycharmlng charming lady, so If they please my fancy for don't WATCH
: bride is a very
L_vase was. released from custody. Mitch Wynn. Henry Sheppard rich in all domestic virtues and so full you see ; ;
ttof and Jim Lyle. and Misses Vennle of mine to pet.
This propensity
kindness to others that she ha Let us "show" why I
of you
ic PLv'edaMisrVedeman. and Bryan, Verdie Haddock.F friends during Is bound to find for Itself an out-
'! D, .t scksoavillewere, Annie Savage1 and Ada Mae:.Rober- won a little army of let.-R. J. M.. Jacksonville Fla 1
Live Oak. and they Standard Hakes for Safe by
her residence in All t
tbel11 Stephens -
orta. fithehastnight; leaving son. chaperoned 'hr Mrs.' Cora the union
heartily that ,
Hampton Springs this morning. went to Suwannee Springs last all hope most her the J. M. Bailey has purchased the
will bring
IIItp .-. evening. They took a lunch with them she has formed The Surprise Store stick and will sell 'RADFORD.The ;
well deserves.
she so
&..Mt&.O'e1OCk last.evening. Mrs. and ate It on the ledge adjoining the happiness these friends lacongratulatioD& them at the old stand. He has arranged .

,&..)!.]4eat1l presented her husbands pooL, Some of them, took v ar.bath. in Democrat Joins'with,ta both* bride and the goods In an attractive

.,. ?!!.boy.. Mr. Heath Is thet'ras1 the pool ,and all enjoyed,themselves ample, manner and is selling them regardless Jeweler
wishes them an
I = Live Oak.. and Mrs.II to the utmost. The.mooa: .Seating groom for of original cost Mr. Bailey
R* measure of Joy and
It 1 U* proudest mother. She' about right nw lo lake moonlight seems to be a hustler. UVE OAK MA.

r. _:._ baby are doing nicely. rMs to this famous resort. the future.

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Time Table No 20

.,t- Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE 30, at 1201 A. M.. 19071


KBAB DOW1 .. PSMTBAI. 'rote. UJtfeTfegrach .
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Mail '1' i+'4DsiI

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sBy universal testimony Red 'Rock' TSGaw 44)pmL I! __ 'u CI 6,. ..-i I,..

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f :, R Erajfc} Punch has been awarded '16. $ a'm !5OSp' ......._....:.::..._-,: _K rLl. 'II' y a aj!i dNU
'the'palm 'of, i unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and' .Ar --'"' "

success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance : .' .
"\7itn-the 9 to .llt. v Wi1marth.-_... i
following: '. as '
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FORMULA 9 ea 1 _.Lara4.iil.. -- !f+ I
(Quantity Sufficient forTwenty-Five Guests) S 25 -f r--- M W'llmuth........-....-.....----
8 ORANGES. 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE. to se a : 6roPIDL"_ w---- t f1 M

4 QUARTS RED P.ocKGINGERALE 2d.U a 6 U p ml---! +. -............. ..._. !,14 wi f1M +
14 s S 3Q pmL- .
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crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, 1"2$ a In S 40 p.tAr .. ..--L 11i-e

,allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the --I U.4Q a or ..-_....:,,._,... _. -it i

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just ,before serving add 54 a Ar -A.JtGL-555 I..
the four J 111 10 a :; ._ "I .. ""
'. quarts of Red Rock. '11. 1
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--. west bait of southwest onefourthand Came Right Back. ...
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To all whomsoever It may be of InteresV southeast one-fourth section 36. Doctor-Have you consulted lZOO. w i 10 p mf1-"_'_-, Lsid- :J .... .

Greeting: township Purpose of S sale south being range to remove 13 east.said else? anyOne -I U 1. w 6 It p...L Chartwa.: ". ... 1 It s u$1li $ ..

After four weeks' publication of estate to State of Georgia. Patient-I went t:> see a chemist 20 a"m r. p.'Lr.-.r.-- ____.Keene I t"s-i t ItI
this notice; once each week I wilLon SOLOMON SEARS. 'U .. .. lilt
and he told me- I use 'S5..1. --F "Q_ .L"" ;
the 19th day of July A. D. 1907, Guardian of above named minors U ,._
by authority of Court of Ordinary Doctor (interrupting) 12bo L.- ...
Don't .
at the Court tell w 111 0 a P lID ---Dmznark--- ,
HousejOf. Suwannee Coffee County. State of t u =
County. Florida apply"hi petition me that you asked advice of a chem 100 111 160..A.z ---P.rrs- 1..

to Uie?1Jgn{'Jit>f4>O>anr i County 1st. No one except a lunatic would, .

Judg \ tAi a1tC nty..,,far..,an order Positive Evidence.: take the advice'of a chemist. ... .
authorizing. ,and empeweri.s me to "How did you know It was time to Patient-1 was about to say that 'aellQ Station T. r. AY1OIIo b.
make sale Al .a emthirt enth. nndiTided. get up?" 1e told me to come to you.-Cardiff W. 8 UAUUS C& mdPaMnra.AxHrt. _
of Mollie Times. J
Interest harrell
"The bkby had gone to aleep.-
.James :Harreif. 'Itaadall'Harrell. Joule -
Brooklyn Life.WANTEDPosition.
Harrell WinnIe Harrell. Alvin Durng'tbe summer kidney PARTY
irregularities : = TICKETSUve
Harrell and Henry Maugham minors are often caused by excessive
orphans of Mary J. Harrell and Hat- as.bookkeeperor
tie Mangham. now residing In Coffee salesman or some office work. Apply drinking or being overheated. Attend .
County of eorsia. in tlte\tol- to the kidneys at once by using ..
StatQ to R. M. Johnson. White Springs. 4. Oak to Downs Parti on sale daily
Toping be llaad, situated In Foley'g Kidney Cure. City Phar
. Sawannee Count). Florida to-wit: Fla, 17-3t macy. at, rate of 50 cents round trip with. .a
South ball of northeast onefourthand dw''o. ;
of ten fares. Cafl on
southeast one-fourth of north- Vanity makes lot of 1111111 '
one-fourth and east half of a remunerative 'OLEnIIO"EYA.aT) :- t I I*+**J .t Agent Pbone 152 forinformation. .
west fractional work for the beauty doctors.;, i t, \ U \ \
southwest one-fourth and .the ."oih s.. s I,..1, ""1' ." t \L further .

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i lL.J If. D IXO ,- HUCKLIBEtellfulblend f :-oLive; Oak t Garage>

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!.:. ::n-nrol'CTU.; :-CRoWN : AND : BDGIWORK. P .. :":: 'C1glJ r _

! i : SPECIALTIES f fi f-t ; Equipped: for repairing, and storing
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t M' E. BROOME, f -' ..J.I Autos. A full supply: of Gasoline and
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I 1 1It i: ::::; ': : ,'v)' -0 Oils especially: prepared for Gas Engines. .-.

J TTOBNET&CoUNSELORA'X.AW. Question j I t Also sell the well known Columbia bat
It UT:OAK. I FLORIDA} fS Settled, f..f. --- tery. Switches, Spark :Coils and Plugs
"aD tb.eourt$of th.its ,.
E ._vt.eoes.,iII.u-ti a s7..a t.e Co..eysae... ( kept in' stock. Exclusive agent for
tteD4- .d '
bons.S pevmpt1 t
.,.c-.E" All ;
ell'". Swill Jacksonville. ,
Works Vulcanizing .
jtor-T Po uc ,
g\of good tobaccos f
.# s r Sample of this work can be seen here,
a R.. J. W WOET, nttfroducria deGfjSfult ._ ,
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and wfe ir
I Physician SurgejuK inoe.. 'JO!! oxge' ience'in_ '- d FOR LIVERY .--<'-

:Office: Carroll Buildingbhiotren'ae. '11t" business ". >,u.
Residency at Ethel HotcjX cigar has'gtvf ,

oaea,Ida 168. I the knowledge The Favorite_ Reo Touring Car used-._j', ,
necessary to >0' -
._i_.....N-II ae 168. 14i1J1u --' E
Dm Star(CBareW GroorJ desired result iWe Livery seating capacity for'four- -
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C-L: ::3aOWL & THOMSON.r.L are sure Huckleberry- Cigars T: :AL CHASTAIN

j BROWN :will pltare JDIl.; 1 hey !!t!:J1lf1.rn e.' ,

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: PHYSICIANS& SURG?NS, LEE- ,ROT,MTERS CO., Makers Gas Engineer Proprietor

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WALL.. _PAPERWhen i Mlllllil I I I I t I II I I II_I I I I I I I I I I i I I It I I I I I I I I I 111 i I | |...

in need of nice all pa- i NOTICE i

Round Rates. To
per call on H. H. PCTTYat, : fo Contractors and Prospective Builders: ,



will furnish you your Lime, Cement : :
DR. CHAS. f. ,
Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. : ;

I VETERINARY.Solkiti; patronageOffice. OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for price \ \ ATLANTIC COAST LINERAILW5Y


HIHHMIIIIIIIIHIIIII at residence--Phone (3 rigs) 148 \ The_ Live Oak Brick. & Supply Co. j From LIVE OAK, Florida*

< 1111111111II111 M-111- H i I +++++++... ++H
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T. J. LYIE -- .$32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop

Practical overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. .

WATCHMAKER .AND :JEWELER = We Sell Merchants Only i $27.30 Sixty 'day ticket. On sale daily with stop

X year's.ezperiace ;-
-.' within limit of. ticket. Good in sleeper. .
I Good stock:of Watches allays on hand. I I over '
Carry-Stock ..of ._ -" j jJ $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. )n sale daily: with stopover

Tie'Great. ;_ .flc .Qactc' Cure.BromoPepsin. . " .: within limit\>f ticket. Good' :in Ieaper.. .

Comet and Obelisk .Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn, I $14. 5 Ten'day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday.
Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all only good. in coaches. No stop 1 over priviliges.V*

-NoU the Word Pepsin" kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice,
Two daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night
Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, train; ,.fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk;$5.00. Consult PURPLE

U-lilLO IppC Hetlichl bMaiUSertMsnesi' 1-dlgestlOB, Lavadura, Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead Pen- "OLDER. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call

cils,.Box Paper, Pipes, ,Paper Bags Roll Paper. c n> Frank C. Boy 1.ton, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Cost

On the Spot. Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and ![.Line Jacksonville. Fla.
... ibwhtef HarmlesssatnifMt.
IS JJ.. mi SO* Wrigleys Chewing ,Gums

he City for Sal Pharmacy* By Cigars Anita El. Bogador Fenandey, Uncle, Big Bill.Smokers, Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R..R. Co.

UYB 0"'. f1A.
)' Schedule Effective. lay 19 1907.

1 Visiting Merchants Cordially invited -

to make :our office their headquarters w&on.D 18'1'L\.IT CLA.a auoxO
Irt CLAM go.cuAia] ; : ZJIDCLUe

'unsr, NEW, ORIGINAL while in the city.. Mail PaIL. Pares..... 84t Paa. I Mad Pa-a. |I.Para w r-trn.: and=

N..1. No.5. No.3. Noti I. I No.*. 1 No.IS N.,4.
:turcPostcards OLD A. C. L FREIGHT DEPOT ; Sunday Only DaiI7 Ssaday. I I .x.Daily Soft!tSvndaySaaday 0IaI7.-.17 f{Daily Saaday...a.Daly. _

A.K. P. K. P. h(. P. ]i. I P; K.. A.TC::| A.ItAnir -f{
Leave Leas .f I Arm. Arrtr.! Arrhr. ;
A.t VIew, Anywhere Live Oak & Commission Co. Lea. 4i Llv.Osh- 4 irk 4W WW 19
Brokerage ::1 :00 : --Stare.. ==:::= 3 47t S M1 f 44) u: i
Order ._.._ 34S! C to| 'tI.'I M"
t to ForM 8 122 a fIT .M.u. ) iIJ
t IS I. ._Platt--....__._ 3 40, S 37., 'ST! 1* .. :
834' 234 ._._._ Ls.esstor-_. 'al S: SX8, a 4Ss 'I'IL"
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Cent Each i
Ar 2 4D'Ar .
Ar 8 i 45 4e L" ..tL", 801.-Do Dow!lint Park Park.-r--.... ,... L" 8 -IL"| s W L" ,tS
if prift t orward.d Dig Picnic. In Search Peace. 4491 I 454')_-- _CUMQ .. .-. .-. 3 f 14 Ar t. 14S
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.. 'parts 'g There will be & picnic' at Antioch Proprietress And why did you ,I jo j I s SS : ,.M.
.a IM pvbfiahar.with s a 10. s 4 -- -......--I>Q- *!1a 00 L" 01.
., last ?
. IM.t. leave your place uIAr' S S *
w0rd.e.i sad church oa Saturday before the 4th I ado a s i S SO) S S3
> >t af crdcc. copy sad Maid-I was With some newly mar- 9061 ?, us ____._ I 4 SO S 4! I' -
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trbir a arbass e! Sunday In. .July, .h1Ch'\ni' be'th. ried people and.1 got tired of their .0 26f 1W/ s 25J 1s SOPS 44't j:-_...s.nh .....n._._. II 4 341 S 3*, T M
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t. rMn.a and PhototypeM 27th. everlasting "darling" and -treasure." a It 5&I, 5&381, S 35 IS_..._Fahdbwa7.---Pary_............_. s lQf 4 OS' S 4* T 4*
b.ata Us4 ithon t will S R..ptoDSpriaaL-_L" I LT 3 $6w 7 S OLw T ISp
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MUraaa of party Proprietress-Well, I have. beet P U. t P. M. t I 1 I
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wheat W My kind of a be spared to make the day one
bsi...,statbssrt, w pleasure. Rev, C .A. Kidloy will married ten years.: j
1 Ordarsn Maid--Oh, that's too long. I want AM) A.LTUX I'.1LCH,
kia preach tie dedication sermon. CoLCa
ll add Umatead and others a little peace and 'quiet,-yie .Pour '
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... sst..s.w nAc delirer addresses, (Charlie Bon- Rire. "'. |I WEST BOUND. __ EAST BOUND
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. AiTit nell,'the:e pert: dispenser of good A *.' i Frt A Frt ":
4..vey slt1Kr .. .P... 1Frt-&Psasea. ; rah Pea s.r
dispense ',When want draylngof: any -I
-ccLcsnr COK- things; his been secured to you '
. r TEN Hamfanm-krt\ cold. 'drinks and other :refreshments: kind phone., 1%,..".',lQ:' N.. :'BoatEnonuraged Daily......1.... R ....lL ....... Dai Na b I,NDads r.. Nsad..,
,The object Qf''the occasion is to : I+e ua :IyySOabJ .zSaa .:.Sna. oak
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ralfe fppda tQejeaff and otierwl.e. A. 3t P. 1L A. K. f'. K. A. 1[. ; P. K. r.: 1[.

tar C4+nppalry ernament the:cemetery, the, Jast resting : ; .. Him. .r, I. Lesv0.6L..v.s .. X-s6".3 Lsav.I I 30j t3t._...JIQoJ._CIark u.'__'___' AmY.77idt:Arrive I I a 1 I 3sr-ft

{Uace Gf so many of one jdepartedEVANS ** :' 21'' I : ..._ B '. I2Iu'J : :
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s The' have no ::. .:. 05}: My s 1
roy(onea Eveqb"dr'c: e. 1"oniau..You A I0860Al S 4 MU. f U.-.w.- -A s-_._um..__ Le 7 GOIL" I 18.Lw. MIL. N
M T :ra. .'il..BRt- ,,, N1! : mind of your own you ':microbe
461 'f '':A -)- A. K- Comte You're merely one of those persons Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and
from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with other
-' Qoksp1a0.8Oie..g.t wto think they think! j lines call on an- ticket azent. Trains makes connection atJLive.Oak with all i
Mcwwv Art DeW'ltt.s Little Early Risers, Small Only_Her Iuiband-Yoa flatter me, :.Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trams.
CS5.t V IkMrt for JEdrMac. '. R. P HOPKINS, Tram Maaajer
I %r .artstoaieswt snre' by Live Oak dear; I often fancy that 4 imagine 1 ,J. LEE EXSIGX, PresiJeat. I
fa day quantity d-w. only suspect I.think!-Puck. S._T. GRIUSHAW. 811 perimt drHl..
I. 127ta Drag Stoic: I

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Harrfr QMwe G..I.. < il Jf UF C)
.tUd1nda Segoes ; ... ,
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Beecher Stone Was 3 saed iI .,. -
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of -rldrro-'*- CaHL j It Itn. 'Atfti 1E m'iI ,. :
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Many pee: sin be Izterestcd b.., b. -t tlis ; FVatiesdkf Mke "repthrSiiuer- s'kt' ;; : I

tie article fcerwiti coscerz zs )fast tM uIe: eS atrace :W tha saet% 1 1ib {
Harriet Bestir Soot 0. escwcsaCy:: u' b. 33x -L J ,
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It U credited lea' JacksesrCte bvi the acsiea 3ua. sdhr aaeat <>tWeie )ftt. "" ''....1 -<'; "
former koza of hall Swe I .. \HRQ' \ ::
and the : : as as stzcene )s base oaraetire -
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was located at 3Eax sriaca2y a s act.t1re charges d eeett I the 1 ,- ..-I' .. ,-- -;.0-

distance .? the deer Croat JacfcaoaTtl -1e 1 1t .y.y' '''-, ; \ :-....:

>. 't he i*st vedaaea 2a &a a e viedctr.g 1'

Its article seat cot from: 1oItmt- et hues aMI 4 fide the I' .
eagle Tenm, as -s 5al.- -.a* aZDDows :' I -
cQezua +taaeiatk =
? -il ch las: teem ttmg&X and I Federslieees eoazt. when the Z'to2 s 1 1

said abort ride Tea's Caber Its lsfinence > iYi
1* tad sror y.rectired ta: that ,
and the motive that promoted J iYiIs
!COBTt. Ii ,
tie book. Xonteagfe la ax a sea i 3 4&rlts n the< l iI I

Mix. L. X. T5trtsr. of JaekscaTiBe.Fla : : !c'eed $ relit that tH mast at...

who flied ealy a short distance
1 csal times Jr&Iol money *s fees and as. 1
from Mandarin. F3a, the borne otMrs. traportamt
exexses for ti* eaa 3sct of aa. -

.. Harriet Beeeher Stove darks 1 case ta the Fetal court i I ji
ter last days. lira. vrttaer used
and that the was aIftat:
cften: to visit ,this cottage iccae. al-.1 was mot used money ta the ease and 1U:i i: Standard Commercial College in north Florida md U

rat hidden araor tH- trees 'this section. ;"
onsge in
: Mr. \Vorl T was sot at any time a: the best 51i111Yriersdiool -
.,, ;
on. th St. Johns river. and talks eatertainingly inctxiss atnraey be.ore the Fwiej-'I : .,. ... :
of this noted woman. I Scholarships: $40.00$5O.GO, $75-00, aii $90.00
]1&1 coart iltioc i ie a slued to be U : :
")..In. Stowe said to her over and J JOTer ; _-
emphatically that she : i sacs -Write fdrTatalogufi.and a _
The second charge rebates to the alleged i
south with a philanthropic lore t:r of ; : -- Si Brounoim
taking: of fees ca two sides !
her last
tie negroes hoping to spend a faire _J.khu tried ta the circuit I
days In benefiting and elevating them -
1 court ta and for this couty.

bat shebad met dzsappotaUoefit at : Tie petition for disbarment "was Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
tad abated bet badness .
turn they -
every ; -
tied this morning fast before the adjournment FLRIDA
and shown ingratitude total LIVE OAK -
cf the circuit court and
want of appreciation. served on defendant at aooa. L. M. HATTON, ,.
of Uncle Tom's President and Proprietor -
"While talking :
This was the sensation of the day -

Cabin.tad its Mrs.origin Stowe in the said idle: Ttat brain story of a I!,at the court noose and Is the subject .: .. 1. L . 1 1 t t . t . ,. . '... .1 1 . t't .. ... 1
of much general eiscassion.
mantle girl of 14 fired by i
the fearful stories told me by my i i The outcome ,of the proceedings all VISIT IrtE POPULAR HEALTH ANJ PLEASURE RESORT T l Uesil lies It)
will be watched with interest by
father and uncle. I did not know J Jal? tt-

tie negro then or it would never I who know Mr. Wortey. summer sltBa&U *ii ti -
It would appear that the general DOW LI NO PARKm
lave been written.** Bay In tt hope cC i
I concensus of opinion is that the aD
ident beau tsdsg
"In her last days she grew Tery .
proceedings win not prevaO.MI
f 71 tftr t i
a woman | %
bitter toward the negroes and would i .-% Does. UPON, ,THE JUWAHHEE IIVET go to Saa.r,. W8 is
not allow to do her the least
one ,ser- .
.. of ti>e Gouty taton.Clayland. claim foe$USLtt

"'nee."" ...' Fla. July 11.-The So- =Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cottagesi service card Istrre f

wannee County Farmers Union met i placed b4 w Sash
Remits of Florida I train. rue
Tracking.To at Clayland.: -July: llth. the. regular AN7 col D BATHS UNSURPASSED.. 4OOOTABLED GOOD BEDS- RUNNING Ted
show that Anthony Isin.. It asa time appointed. The house was called I
paradise for truckers we give statistic to order by the president. EL R.Wise "
man speared at
from the ,books of its e cleat I and the names of the delegateswere RATES REA SO'NABIE"7M1LESFROMLIVEOAK.ONLIVEOAKPER', .. ofice"I and/ssos !#

and popular railroad agent agent.. Mr. enroll d.. The roll call showed am tUeierff US tan

E. P. Hntto.,who, has won ;golden: that each local in the county was I.""" ... rlOIEb.'DOWbING PflRK. FLOKIDft LVE OAK President BMm&4

opinions from those he &e"edj) the represented, and forty delegates; in yet been tppr

,fidelity; in which he discharged his, number on the rolL J I s .
duties. The shipments Aprilto After some>> of the leading members A XortKern' View Of It is necessarily elusive, there is abundant i
last week were:, cantaloupes -: :na e short talks on the growth of the (Collier's Weekly.)' cause to claim that the balance STA FIta

\ 28 'cars o( beans while the union'we adjourned for dinner which J I I
.When one Virginia'gentleman, murders of this kind of.morality is against the ,
express packages footed up, 70.009 had been prepared on long tables OrgaalstssWas
another Virginia gentleman under South. If this sort of sweeping judgment
crates: cantaloupes 10.300 crates under,the shade trees There was an -I'
circumstances:which'cause a great. :Seems harsh ta Southerners r
I beans. 3.500 crates okra. tomatoes abundance of good things to eat J*
I many other Virginia gentlemen, Including they should find some,means f>r expressing I Tallahasc P*.
l etc. Capping the whole with six solid spread out. and, between three and : st as
judges, lawyers and, juries sectional reproof for the State orgjdad
trains of,cars numbering 140 of them. four hundred people fully enjoyed it- < I
to make proud and happy speeches; recklessness: o( that :attorney' fore National Edam
That the season for good prices is a Visitors from other counties were also
that "Southern chivalry,** ,we a.r ? 1 4 rderer,rPylng., who. In_his address_ I| Union mm psrf I
b-eaker. all knew, with. present and entered fully into tie a t
I troubled by the reflection that every to- the.ury*'spoke of "the. North, j+by NaCooi Pte
I all its drawbacks It was the best ever 1 1I' spirit of the occasion. : ,
test: chivalrous murder -pi e where of GeorgU rids '
;' was thV women:; Arei looked.upoDuthe
truck by sunshine or drouth and the The afternoon session.. called
I'{ _. ed by fcn tier! ,crime which was not' legtUmate'prey Q( the men.** ,izer J. Gqr 9&**' et IN.
j *? matters ottcon, b..crdertand.vdelegate& were electedto as
chivalroos. Since the two "Southern ) Trtwkt, 9t Ills
would ,chivalry" is a bit of meaningless
lecture, but attend State
f a consensus of %pinion is a organization at Tallahassee -
: rather teem to balance''each other, rodomontade presidentMw
than Anthony received for her; crop ., July 15 and IS: J. W. I which the more<(to )1bt04f Y,\sktirthia Grant J.:;S. Parker. and, K., Hv Carver it is hard _to follow the reasoning by. emotional ,element ot the South too repr"ent tn* l A 0.
.lm.: bad'forgive monto/j efforf/Tba i werk\cLoskenaitbet; "Delegates" to this which even the ]least judicious often manifests b:,th in action and In memberskp of eit

Bevan I Southerners find proof; .of"--sectional: >> peech. In.the latest'example of it. sand, -
buyers were busy and plenty, that meeting. E. R. \Vise and W. C.
the truck was in demand and sought will also attend the meeting there. virtue. TIe truth L3. as Freeman one Virginia gentleman buggyridingwith ........ -- -

tie historian p. let: out, ,that periodof a bottle,in his hip pocket
{ telegraph tolls tell the story of how The other business of the union gave .dJ ucei

h-t the wires were kept by interested was then disposed of very rapidly English history which gave rise to a.drlnktofwhisker',to .a t Virginia Cottazes.r Ee......-

parties, when the recejpts; the tele- after which the ladies and those who the *-words and the ,p"ractls' ol Iadyhose.petite for ,it ,was. In-. om forCottagei ad at .... f

graph office foot up $2.000.--Ocala were not members were Invited in, -chivalry" and "gal'trtry"characterized was ijerifedv from "her "father, a SecondVirginia I usndeI .

Star. and Ero. J. S. Parker. R. H. Carver by an attitude of men *gentleman.._VriUva tecord of I Itc\ea 'aat ts1s1 tea t

toward women which fare to,the;la-- delirium,tremens. d&ll1 ea.I-
and President E. R. Wise each made The murder wh'cnfiirVetf TitII tables

-- Eig Victory For,Hearst. very interesting talks on Unionism.The .I jter word at least a dubious significance wascowadly'' and the tria\ ek: ,:.t. t

next meeting will be heldat which It still partially rejtalas. which followed the murder was a U ectt* -
New York July ,16.-Efforts of for bath
Petersburg. It will be a call meeting( Passionate:murder I* not the oiuse ofv ehaiae'to: : the: taf!. { is OA rSprings. <
Controller LH
City Sets and other city
mark of L. tees
officials, acting in behalf of Mayor and,the time will be fixed by the county ( a temperttwenVSrhlch exercises in*this light,, happily that the :episode a

jacClellan to prevent a recount of president. restraint and submits to con- is looked upon by the most Influential -

the votes cast for mayor in the last S. H. YOUNG'Secretary. I ventionality: all matters TMtceptI and- intelligent of- the --"'"

city election suffered a severe check I homicide. If generalities were possible Southern papers led by the Rich IOI.IYS1I

today when the appellate division of BIG SCRAP IV PROSPECTThat on a subject where the evidence moudrtmeaDespatch.u "au.-..

the Supreme Court denied their ap- I

plication for a writ of prohibition.
Will Involve All Central Amer-
Counsel for' W. R. Hearst has applied N

to Justice Maddox of the Su- ica. .
San Salvador, July 17.-An armed
preme Court fir an order to preceed
clash which it Is believed would Involve g
with the'recount under the new law
passed by the last session of the Legislature all Central America, probablywill w-g- r

I Justice Maddox orderedthe occur within fifteen days.It .
is expected that the first battle
recount but opposing counsel ap- t
pealed to the appellate division. This will be between Salvador and Nicara Everybody Ought to DrinK Red loci
Gen. Lee Christmas, American
gua. an
the decision of
as a stay
the appellate division was announced who was wounded in the recent s ess It isone of the most delightfully refreshing rinkS

of today. ,Unless counsel for :Mayor war between Nicaragua and Hondu made-It is one of the very few drinks that didv. n t

r- McClellan makes further appeal this rag, has been appointed, general in have to change its formula
command of a Salvadorean regiment one particle to conform
f seems to leave the way clear to begin the Pure FOOd
; Hearst Gen. Chamorro is expected from Law. It has been-is and
the recount for which Mr. con- be .
tends. Gautemala on the next ship. On his absolutely pue ,

arrival he will proclaim himself pro- TE RED ROCK sLA'
onal President to Nicaragua.W. .
LOST-Pair gold spectacles, probably -

: in Live.Oak Bank. B:ok store; R. Jenkins.has accepted a position .

or E. A.: Burdick's store or near by. with Mangum & Gatlin at Bay

f Finder will be, rewarded! E. R. ard, fifteen miles from ,Jacksonville, .

, Wi e. d-w. and left for that place yesterday. '

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