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 19, 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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Philadelphia July 19.-The parade :
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'cf the Benevolent and Protective Hd! s
; c Asheville N. C.. July 19.-James
Order of Elks yesterday was marked :

lArlng Its progress by ,the prostration s aT+ H. Wood district passenger agent

from heat of an army of persona ( I and Ticket Agent O. C. Wilson of the '
estimated by the police and hospital Southern Railway who were arrested

authorities at 2500. :TION late Wednesday after the departureof
Never has there been such a whole- i
Judge Pritchard for Raleigh were
prostration bf people In this city
sale found
: yesterday guilty In the Police
I : sIx hours the police ambulance
for Court of selling passenger tickets la
rwrgeons, and the Red Cross nurses

:were kept on thi run looking after disregard of the new rate law and

persons who collapsed under the I each sentenced to thirty days,on the

,scorching rays of \be son and largely chain-gang.* Mr. Wood Is a memberof

because of them\ excellent service ,/l : : the Board of Aldermen of this city.

but one case resulted fatally. -4 Little doubt Is felt that some way will
James Rowley. aged 44 years of :
be found to save Wood and Wilson
.this city died in a hospital after being -
: : from ,serving this sentence.
stricken in the street. The other ; -

itrlcken persons are said to be in
Trial at Raleigh.
food condition with no prospect of
\ Raleigh. N. C., July 18.The trial
fatal results. : ,
t \ of the Southern
lurched Over Nine Mile. Railway and T. E.
Green ticket agent for violating the
The parade:ground was on Broad .
state law In selling tickets at a rate
street for a distance ,of three miles
.above 2 Vi cents ordered by the, last
earth and the same distance sooth of \
Legislature went on. today withoutlnterfel'en.ce.
At City Hall. 'The paraders counter- 4
F : \ .,from the Federal court
#tRhed the last three miles back to 1%" 4k
A '.z though Judge, Pritchard came from
6CUJ Ball so that they traversed 1 Ishevllle with the expectation oflearlng

.svardi"of nine miles, yet few of
a writ of habeas corpus forThis
i overcome by the heat were in in Harp.r's Weekly. _.
f th e re 1 ease u. (i recta
fctlbu of march.
was not tried as Green Is held
4s '...* who succumbed were among A CONFEDERATE VETERAN GREAT STEAMSHIP BURNED.
IWIll In the custody of the state court.
0M spectators, jammed along the BE''PROHIBITION Judge Pritchard left for Asheville

jriNrti*a solid mass from one end of Now Millionaire In Europe-Marvelous .- The Allegheny Goes Up In Smoke tMs afternoon. In the trial la the .

f It. IM to the- other, The tempera- Story Concerning Him, Just After Leaving Savannah. state court all the morning was takenup

p., ikmrtd around 10 degrees and London. July 17.- An unprece- WITHOUT ANT LONG WAITINGIF Savannah. Ga.. July 18.-The In securing a jury. In the afternoon

1 lty was excessive and as ai dented judgment for 827.000.. or SIGNS COUNT tbe state Introduced witnessesto
steamship Alleghany. Capt. Freeman.
i people sweltered 14.236,000 has just been given by show that Green had sold a ticket
Merchants and Miners -Transportation
a London law court In favor of Senora I at a rate exceeding 2 4 and that the

fteSTTOfCH THE TARIFF. Concepcion Benltez de Belstegul, a PROTESTS AGAINST DELAYOf Company bound for Philadelpihafrom Southern. Railway through General

* Spanish lady against Frank Lacroix Savannah was destroyed by fire Passenger Agent Tayloe: has orderedthe

brt b the Decision After ;OonferQ Gardner the Australian gold-mining two miles off Tybee Island at 10 old rate to continue.
a iEb Roosevelt
at Oyster millionaire. The action was brought o'clock last night. All of her thirty-
Bay.Hiter Putting Law Into Effect When
to cause money loaned to be repaid. two passengers and her crew were GRAND JURY INQUIRY
Passed by the Lower House,
Uy, L. I.. July 18.-PreslMMV -; According to the charge she loaned saved but the ship her cargo and all

** .U. 'Senator Hopkins of the money between 1895 and 1803. It In Georgia baggage on board Is a total loss. Twelve of tbe'Roanofce Rtofcrs Have

u4 H. E.'Miles, representing1PIReui. was advanced In the form of cash and Fire was discovered amidships Been Indicted.

.A.r-' n Tariff Revision League securities and through the lady's Atlanta. July 19.-The evangelical within two hours after the steamer Roanoke,-Va. July 17.-The special

tat subject of tariff revi- secretary. Mr. Soberano who Is chag- left her dock the engineers boiler- grand jury ordered by Judge JohnW.
ministers of Atlanta held a large and
sadact Iwaheon at Sagamore Hill ed with conspiring with Mr. Gardnerto men and firemen being driven from Woods ,of the corporation court

Senator Hopkins on leav- defraud her. Of this money the well attended meeting at Wesley Tab- their work by a blast of smoke. In to Investigate the rioting of last Sat-

4} -isskr Bay said that the eonclo- lady through her counsel asserted ernacle yesterday and adopted strong this crippled condition the Alleghany urday night when a mob smashed all !'

t -" SIt reached that, no tariff revlb that ,she had sever received a cent. resolutions opposing the movement began to drift her course being to- the Greek restaurants in town, ad-

-.1.1lW t undertaken until after She Is 70 year sold. which Is now under way to get the ward the beach. journed this evening after finding

atlai election. Senora de Beistegul Is well known | The first cry of fire sent several twenty Indictments. The jury will
I House of, Representatives to postpone -
**4 be suicidal to the Repub- In Paris society where she has a excited passengers to the rails, and meet again on Wednesday of next
,.". the enforcement of the proposed
N'd thr the members of the crew prevented week. Several of witnesses
!\.- a senator aaaeo, -'10Is. house In the Avenue des Champs score were

revision of the tariff dur- Elysees. She Inherited her money state prohibition law until January a number from jumping overboardin heard. Twelve of those Indicted have

V ext congress. After the from her husband's father who 1. 1909. a mad desire to leave the burning been arrested as follows: Robert

election- I believe It will amassed it in Mexican mines. When The ministers say this movement vesseL Crawford. J. F. Lester. Robert Bell.

4 of the she employed After the first few minutes order George Phillips U. E. Bergendahl.
Republican party her husband died In 1890 is intended only to give the anti-

wit and that it will Soberano who was then in prohibitionists time to organize a was restored and in the ship's boats 'Thomas Divers J. C. Pnckett. James

J t circumstances as her secretary. and in boats sent out from Fort Taylor Charles C. Hafin Henry
poor : congressional campaign move-
i to Mr. strong Screven manned by soldiers every Stone William Holcomb and James
remarked thai he be- He it was who Introduced her ment with a view to securing the re-

au' argument would Gardner and shortly afterward the of the law next year. They call person was brought ashore. Ferguson. Of this number the first
.7.. peal Capt. Freeman and five other of- four named were arrested during or
accepted by the transactions began. all friends of prohibition in the
on the last to leave the A1I after the rioting. The other
*NJ8k aisU hada ficers were I lOOn
in all parta of The defendant In the case has work and to get back
': Hopkins state to get to leghany .and seemed to be coming I seven names of those indicted are be-
Mrs : had a very remarkable career. He was bornIn in the Legis-
of their representatives from a sheet of flame. All of the !ing held by the authorities until after
.01'4110 lay regarding one of the Southern States of America and to insist on the passage of
lature persons saved from the vessel were 1 the arrests are made. Corporation
boom of Mr. Cannon. and at the age of 14 enlisted at present.
the law as it stands brought back to Savannah on a government 4 court Is in session and It is likely the I
as a drummer boy in the Confederate Revs.
The resolutions are signed by dredge leaving the hull of 4 cases will be tried at this term.
if President ..Roowvelt At the close of the civil M. A.
army. W. W. Landrum
J. H. Bakes. Joel Holomon Cutchin
the steamer still burning Mayor today
1 there would be not I war he tramped hundreds of miles to Cleveland and John E. I
T. P.
Coffer "The ship's gone: we saved nothing I Issued a call for mass meeting of the
x ;apposition. In the con- :Philadelphia and was adopted by a ,
White. : was Capt. Freeman's brief report 4 citizens for tomorrow night for the
1- Domination. But I am 'medical man there. At the age of 19 Produce Exchange I
The Atlanta as he led the way from the 1 purpose of raising money necessaryto
Knced that Mr. Roose- he secured a position in a San Fran- produce
consisting of thirty-seven dredge to the dock his vessel left ,a I pay the damages suffered, by the 'r
the nomination bank and laid the foundation of and
; firms, held a meeting yesterday 'few hours before. A few suit cases I Greeks. Last night In the meeting !
-r-sincere In declar-: his fortune. Having amassed $375- Indorsed state prohibition -
unanimously scattered among the passengers re- 9f the board of aldermen when Mayor '1
i to be a candidate un-1 000 by speculation only to lose it enactment of the law.
urging the presented the total salvage. Cutchins requested that the matterbe

ces. I I'via again by gambling he visited Australia The ysay their collections; were better The Alleghany was built at Cramps at once settled was referred to a jwmmlttee.

have the en-j and after some years of llf-luck and they did more business under shipyards. Philadelphia in 1882. It I the executive told thatbody

on solidly behind sold a gold-mining claim for 30000. Atlanta than ever at
prohibition in was one of the best kaown craft lathe 1 that he had been humiliated and

; believe that ifmake Five years later he left Australia to any other, time. coast service. She,Tiad a gross I that he was not as proud of his of-

- the best juggle with the mining securities of the line of the
Bois da Boul- tonnage of 2,014, a length of 250 tea since seeing up
home In the Avenue _
a- the the exchanges of London
Republican that country on
a feet breadth 38.5 and depth 1I..6. I rJdermen.jIVE .
and Paris. He has a princely ogne_in the latter city ) 4

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one of !largest! car '< > /o Job is too large and

\ pied in Florida, and with a none too email for -' ,

well equipped modern Print"f ,

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ina Plant, new type, and ar '

printers we' can furnish everything in 82'IIslic

you with Stationery_ as 'cAeap' the trrintinffine -'

and prompt as any establish"ment -

in the South' j{. trial < comes easily


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open door lets the knocker out Her Pater's Kick. j 'Remembered Too WelL I I Of course a man'has a right to the

of a job. "Perhaps your father objects to me] "Did he forget his old friends best of everything' long aa he ORIluM

on account' of my shortcomings. after he became rich?" I I,pays for It with honestly acquired

AU The World "No; I think it's on account ,of "I should say not. It was useless ,money.

knows that Ballard's Snow. Liniment your late atarings.PickMeUp. to try to borrow money. He could

has no superior for Rheumatism. tell an old friend as,far as; he could During the summer kidney irregularities -

,Stiff Joints. Cuts Sprains Lumbago Long Lire The King! see him.**-Washington Star. are often caused by excessive!

Is the popular throughout European drinking or being overheated. Attend
cry -
and all It and 1
pains. Buy it. try you pkui
countries; while in America G. B. Bnrhans of Carlisle Center to the kidneys at once by using
wil Always use it. Any body who
the cry of the present day is "Long N. Y., writes: "About four years Foley's Kidney Cure. City Phari The new Usiw I
baa used Ballard's Snow Liniment is
_ ago I wrote you stating that I had :macy. d-w
live Dr. King's New si
Discovery King or
not gripe
a living proof of what it 'does. All been entirely cured of a severe kidney -

we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. of Throat ond Lung Remedies!" trouble by taking less than two Practice doesn't always make perfect Cures stctroubles t'

Price 25c. 50c and $1.00. Suwan- of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine. bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure. It but It makes some lawyers and aa4
nee Drug Co. d-w Truro. Mass., says: "It never fails entirely' stopped the brick dust sediment doctors wealthy. '

to give immediate relief and tc I and pain and symptoms of stipation ty (
One to relieve the mind from kidney disease disappeared.. I
way am When is the
quickly cure a cough or c:>ld. Mrs.Palne'a there slightest indication natural actieeach.
worrr is to get crazy.Abraham glad to say that I have never had a of indigestion heart burn
opinion is shared:: by a majority -
return of of
any those symptoms during flatulence or any form of stomach Uv" &
of the inhabitants of this country. the four years that have It
Lincoln elapsed I trouble take a little Kodol occasionally Rtfua.*wet**
New Discovery'cures weak lungs and and I am evidently cured to stay and you will get prompt relief.Sold .
was a man.who.. against all odds
cured and
sore throats after all other remedies heartily recommend Fol- \ by Llve.Oak Drug Store' d-w ---
attained the highest honor a man, ey's Kidney Cure to 5euggerateS
have failed; and for coughs and colds any one suffering Th* avtru
could get in the United States. Bal- from kidney bladder trouble. Even ,. Tel
it's the only sure cure. Guaranteed City a spinster may have the matrimonial
lard's Horehound' Syrup has attained Pharmacy. d-w
by Barclay & Groover, Druggists. fever but It doesn't always about let aft*
a place never equaled by any i terminate to her Uklng. ------ ,,
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. i Agreed for Once. JIfI/II
other like remedy. It is a sure cure Qakk eve t'I
Wife--I'd rather starve than pC.
for Coughs, Coids. Bronchitis Influenza cook. Your Liver Foiey's BOIIt
Husband-I'd rather *"*
starve than nIId *a*
and all ,Pulmcnary diseases. Helped Some. d-W.I have you.-Harper's Weekly. Is out of order.: You go to bed In a the mediate worst tts-..<5* 1Pi

Every mother should keep suppLed, Friend-And how did your bad humor and get up with a bad will effect a .-

with this wonderful cough mediclie. first efforts at cooking go off? I Constipation., tasty In your mouth. You want '

'Suwannee Drug Co.. d-a' I Young Husband-Oh! splendidly. Far ,_constipation there Is nothing something to stimulate your liver. -.-_"
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She made quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom Just try Herbine. the liver regulator.A If a mss II I'
some pea and we used
r If.tSIlcc..s.
\A secret enemy is one who is un- IeUret )
-able to keep a secret I lit to stick down a bit of the carpet ach and Liver Tablets. They always. I: positive cure for Constipation. .
produce a pleasant I Dyspepsia and all liver complaints.
'that was loose.-Meggendorfer Blaet- movement of the!

.Stimulation Without Irritation. I I ter. bowels without any disagreeable ef Mrs. F-. Ft. Worth Texas writes: .n....-..-. nlW-- .idpleasars --... :
That is the .watchword. That is fect. Price. 25c. Samples free.* "Have used Herbine iu my familyfor II *' *.. i .*.IIt

The Barclay,& Groover and all years.. Words 'ealt. Is lit..
what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Charming Woman druggists can't express what our tf
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does. Cleanse and stimulates the' is not necessarily one of perfect form wky I think about it. Everybody in becam. ads Of ear I

J ,bowels without irritation in any form and features. Many a plain woman There Is a chance for my household are happy and well Sew W. .Pins.that ..-ttA
some genius e rand
City Pharmancy. d-w who could never serve: as an artist's to acquire everlasting fame by inventing and we owe It to Herbine. Suw,.n- *..f U. .,..,

model possesses those rare qualitiesthat a device nee Drug Co. *
that will enable d-w Barclay '
a "1''
; Hard Luck. all the world admires: neatness. man to determine who :
his friends: srsii .
,,""And so, Bummel. the student was clear eyes clean smooth skin and really are.-Chicago News A Deep Scheme. ....

almost drowned when he was in the sprightliness of step and action I Convict 111-What are you goingto It's .P .. "" ... '-,

swimming yesterday? How did it that accompany good health. A physically The Smile I do with that poem;you wrote. Bill after reC. > "'tr '";
Convict 999-I'm submit -
weak that won't going to ,
woman is never attract off
happen? face appears on bahTS it to the prison editor. 'I'm hop- ..... .
notNeyen bottle
ive. to herself. Electric one of WhIte"s \t'.r .....
The bailiff went by and the poor I|Cream Ing he'll throw
Bitters restore weak women give)! Vermifuge, the great worm me. ouL-AUy Sloper"s fI ....
!f .boy ;was forced to remain under water medicine. Why not Half Holiday., AU aatSoal ..f vii
i strong nerves bright eyes, smooth keep that smile rs..
:t .. so long." Filegende Blaetter. .velvety skin beautiful complexion.I on baby's face. If you keep' this, check".U.r1iLS .....
Y Guaranteed at Barclay & Groove medicine on hand, you will never see I Kodol will nourish and strengthen the II ",.. ? *.
;'' Druggists. SO cents any thing else but smiles your digestive organs and furnUh many ..
The best remedy for backache d-w on his face. ad Tit .
, Mrs. S .. Hose ,
i. weak kidneys, inflammation of the Blackwell Okla. writes: the natural digestive Juices for your Paid
"My cold
bladder Is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Welcome Would was peevish and fretfuL stomach it will make you welL ofylsr
rY;: Pills. Their action is prompt "What,,ye got there, friend?** not eat and I feared he would 1 Kodol danpi' W'" -.-
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die. I. used what you eat. Sold by lei o
il i and.sure. week"s tratment for "Bale o. mint an* a barrel o' rye." Cream a bottle of:: White'I II' Live Oak Drug Store. d-w Pf'f'parldtJI w
1 Vermifuge
f '25G. Sold byJLlre Oak_ Drug Store "Light! stranger, light m loan'ye had' and he has not I La ss1. pin. ,' -
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I.M: E. BROOME, Pd \ 1r cccigar,contatniag the best ,* si -VQ Xlf

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b ATTOBNEY&COUN AT LAW.L1Ts the Huddeberry worth Also sell the welltray.

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I i i [ Laths and all kinds of Brick. t"J ."-" R ,, ;.

l' > Solicits your patronage-Office OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime }rick. Ask for prices. ATLANTIC CO.i f; ; -

I ;HiMHH'lllllllllinil;.at- residence-Phone Srings) 148 ; f The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. i iin FromlXV .' '

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I' t flViof.GEfI"'$White and
E: 4 T. J. LYLE $32.75' Season
Inplce from
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E: I[1' Practical I lovers within limit of -J

:I 1.iClMAKER.AND' ) .35fear'a experience JEWELER We Sell Merchants Qnly I $27.30 Sixty day c&YPfl-Jw'dLQae_ for '.,J

I Good stock at Watches always on hand. over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. \ r .'j.
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fleadacne Cure over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
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$14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday
i[Bpomo-Pepsin Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits,. Corn

I', Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all I Only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.
I :' Note the Word Pepsin" kinds Potatoes, Lemons, 'Coffee, Sugar, Rice, I Two daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night

fURPQ He&dtch. IndIgesUol.J Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing: Powder, train fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE

I : \ tJ WomBI" Seriousness Lavadura, Ex*racts, Wrining Tablets, Lead Pen I FOLDEg. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call

on Frank C. Boyl ton. District Passenger Agent, Atlantic CoastLine
i l'f On the ,Spot. cils, Box Paper Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. Jacksonville Fla.

!:,h Opiites. Absolutely Harmless Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and

I AD Irq,. 101 U*. tU lOt Wrigleys Chewing Gums

!b: ie* *. City Par, Pharmacy; By Cigars Anita El. Bogador Fenandey, Uncle, Big Bill., Smokers, Live Oak, Perry &: Gulf( R. R. Co.

tl 20-trwFn. Schedule Effective May 19. 1907.

'I Merchants inVted --
.i Visiting are Cordially WET BOUND ..Aar.eottnlat.

to make our office their headquarters .c 1 Aar...ct..ut. .. LAe.
WEST NEW ORIGINAL Bait a ParaFrt. sad .Mail t P.... i.r. Par. + Pea 1 ser sea Pa...
" while in the city.
No.1. No 5. No.3. 50.2. N. R N..13 5.4.Saaday .
[Picture Dsili .s Daub aads7 S..da7 Deity S2.D.117. .
Postcards .' OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .* Only Seeder. Sa. 0.4 o.b 9aada7.A.i .

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L: Any View, Anywhere inv.8 L sv 300 Ls.i _Liv oak ._.... Arriv. Arrive S Arrkvo 103sS
& Commission Co. S O& Starr.. a7 $44
live Oak 211 -- i 1 44lete tS
Made to Order for Brokerage 8 3 !i 307.._._.._... _Mere.r___. 371 nj s si
8 3 234 25 $3 ii 1 ._._..._Laaca.ter __.....' i i f 1f41At
Half A Cent Each: S 4S Ar 3 40 Ar 3 p4
--s .... D.u.DowtinQ Park ...._........... L.i14L.fiOL.Ar, .11 L
lplt4T? 'P wkII die -- N'fff of pert crimII& Big Picnic. 1 t He'll Know It Soon Enough. a i 4 57 4 1e ::.._..... daactioa ._._.....-_ 3 3 i 5 r es s'm'i 3 .le'M ,

.w .w st+A-Meta card. i.bliab.r with There will be a picnic at Antioch Mrs. Henpez-Ob. Job. did I tell 000. 5 4 ._........-Dn7 $ $OO ar L. a 3 $00 w.o.
::.... npradueed and delivered Mr. Stillman is going to marry Ale a 3 u
a_s fN- receipt of order eopy and: church on Saturday before the 4th you f 4 ...... ._.._..T i 45. : Etas
.,----whKk my sister Maria? 23, i i -.. 3 e 4 $. S s T .
sztmom of 60fewdae
II........ ........... sad Sunday In July which will be the Have and $8 38 5 tb .._.__..F.a1 ollowa7_.._.... i i' a as 3 13 T Utr
Pk.e.irps Henpexo. you your 55, b5, 530! ......Pesr7_..... .. 1 406 i OOr T N
ShMto railed, wttttoatof 27th.Erereybody. 6 Ha-pro.Sprraa_ Lv i Lv 3i0,Lv T fi.Lv J 1S
York Ar 5 20 Ar 45
sister told Mr. StlHman yet?- Ar 19 06
b rstare for__aDd .w.-. party Inrited. Nothing will .P M.J P. L j
IO.wtl.e.........writea e. any kind of DUpatch. 1
'-'t_aT soar heal...atat oD.y.110 be spared to make the day one of
..t ta,0 D.r wt PROFIT TakW Onim pleasure. ReT. C. A. Ridley will 3UYOSO ALTON liK.\\CII.
UUlC.AN"(Trede Mart LOCAL preach tbe dedication sermon. CoL When you want draying of any
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1s D let &aII Zia af..WrreAsM Carter and B. Umstead and others kind phone 129. W. N. Boat- WEST BOUNDRegular __ EAST ByONLPvt.
"'-' $wl.4Johb.r.Ideal'etnpaper will deliver addresses. Charlie Bouaell tf -
... K NM. .W.ufTE%)....'.!., ciU. ,"the expert dispenser of good :iht. Pa.a Paaa..A 'PaaMB gel Ps..ea aer FT Paaa*!.rrt.oMPaaw PaNa seT>i i Pa.s.r

:W'h4 8iaa"LiBERAL 1 'TENia.davm.UCLUalVi:CON ArfoIIIt things, has'been secured to dispense Going Sure! I No.7. No.8. iNa.ll.. ..lie ,8.Daily 1 Na :.. No.14.j N...It.
Pik 3 DailyiSua. Daily .SandaylSO.SHB. aadayOnly Daily Sundays
Pb.toty F cturrj Fiat- cold drinks and other refreshments. "Are going to the seashore Only a .zSaa Only Only
M w Md..:._ Iw lIDti'.f the occasion is to you
'IIl5T4 cP0f The object of this summer?" A. M. P. M. A.M.S. P. ][. t! A. ]L. P. M.Arrive. A. >.6. P M.t .
I. r raise funds to clean off and otherwise I Las* Laavo L S Laa* i Am. Arr. Arrive
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4! CG+tVanYe "I hare nothing to wear. 06 4 404K 90ii Hay.3enetioa 7 H7S 3 sol i U 3 av
resting .._.?__ _...... _.....
lea ernament the cemetery the last ** 22SZ S 53 4* Clark t 43 S 42 i t!
roeA.Q Purpe.e "'A.. ""Then, pf course you are going. 5 On 10 551 5 53 .--- .-------Year.oa---- -.-------. 717 321 USM
departed ... .. ._._. .
of $551.
1 place cf so many our -Houston Post ,Arl9.55.WAr I 40 rbru t Chicago. Phone loved ones Everyb'dy come.

: C. H. BRINSON. atop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and
A. K. EVANS. Come It Ia unlucky to meet thirteen' of from Lave Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with other
Coierpbotostnat.e1.ri .. your creditors on Friday. I IFOLE"YSfIOffiYA.'n lines call on an" ticket agent Trams makes connection atiLive soak with all
).craveth for Newspaper Art Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.
i4llI bMrta for Edr OeWitfa Little Early Risers, Small > J. LEE ENSIGN Preside R. P.'HOPKINS Traffl Maaages
w f FT.Ms.ArtStwlwa safe pills. Sold by Lije. Oak
*y mr parpen,fa any quantity sure d-w '. ,'P. ' ...,..,.. ialt. S.T. GRIMSHAAV. 14.periat..JadeaL
Lit,!tae ratam. 'U-Tt Drug Store.

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.Reorganized Republican of,Texas, tHri ElTwrr.JHR i PIBHTHiniyi LIFE ==

..II 1111 II 11111 I I I I I 111 11111r..III Mostly Negroes,_Hot for Forakrt R


Austin Tex.. July 18.-The fight -? '-"- <....'

Ft ; between the regular Republican .

: Liveil organization and the "reorganized"', "-, '. By aftesdiag tile "Fep.tar Saaser Scbe.t : o. :
be carried
: Republicans of Texas Is to .

". .. Into the National Convention of the :.,.THE. -

: = 'party. MaJ. J. W. Burke of AusUn. -

: '. '.' . I,' !..'former United States collector of In-' "'i,-,
ternal'revenue for this district, is .;
: ,authority for the statement that he ,::4 .
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I r,1r ,
:' rganlzen." to which faction he "

il&stock of;[belongs wil send a solid delegaUon <

of its own to the convention and that ;
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en and tt,[the whole situation will be laid before ( 1 ,,
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tJ: the national committee with a I -: .

ft ,=one of the 'View of obtaining recognition. j jMaJ. f 4

'r. Burke says that the "reorganized" -

reed In ,7lorida.' Republican delegates will
go' instructed to vote for Senator J.

well equipped many te. Foraker for the presidential nom- or

ination. Fairbanks will be the second .

Plant new i..choice of the "reorganlzers." he says. .. Is the Standard Commercial College in, North Florida .and ii

.' Senator Foraker and his supporters school in this section.
tlstic printers w Fare busy cultivating Foraker sentiment -i ..'the best summer

Station throughout 'the South. MaJ. t I[ .. Scholarships: $40.00, $50.00, $75.00, and $90.01.
with Bnrke rays that he has received a'
; .you and summer announcement. .
number Write for Catalogue
of letters from Mr. Foraker.: | .

and prompas t land that there is no doubt about him

":;. : : the Sou,being in the race for the presidential !I IhomlnatIon. SOUTHERN BUSINESS Mi(

ment In It is the opinion of Mr. j I

:Burke that Senator raker's con-
I_ will convince cection with the Investigation of the Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.

Brownsville Pair has not hurt him It LIVE: OAK,. FLORIDA

politically among the Republicans of L. M. HATTON, G. S. STEPHEN. ,

sanrpbs and Massa'i 1 the Southern States. On the contrary -I President and Proprietor -

'. .. .. .If pllj it has made him strong with

the The .
negroes. 'reorganlzed"JtepubUean -- - - -

.. . . ... . . faction In Texas is made ( PLEASURE RESORT ,
jjup almost entirely of negroes. A VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND s ytae word la trextffe

Jew of the leaders are whites. the Nebraska ibMgsa

The regular Republican organization Democratic poetics U 9 w
LIVI will send a delegation to the'National the famous Kf Trrly

d ..TJ Convention Instructed for that Bryan vU set fttt*

Secretary of War Taft. i running.

9.- : Springs Hotel and Cottages

Miami -Joly U.*-, El,
; jFIagler'B Great Key West EnterpriseIs "* .' '. ..J
clerk and treasam4tfe4Danla.
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.(Key West Citizen 16th.) MILES FROM UVE /
Limit of New York "REASONABL'E'-
Expense "A most disconcerting piece of RATES.; 4CULF. COIWECTKm AT 5A WIITHAALLLPTwN the charge of eatcofef*
Candidates $15.12 from the tree*

/ N. signed Y.. July the bill 1$,-limit GOT.Hughes news receipt is of that a telegram received fro today mthe by chief the ...". ..PARK/ HOTEL. DO W LI NO PARK. FLORIDA LIVE OAK I lage. The chart ww*

C. 4nt tI
Frost. prsi
eUgineer..lIr. Meredith of the Florida
Y. ing the expenses of candidates for
East Coast directing that all and father-ia-law d It
office. Candidates for the office '
writing there 'U
work at this end of the,extension be
of Governor are limited to $10,000; f' fc*
the ease maa&pabB6
: for any other elective state, office imedlately suspended. The Once: Great Pugilist KnockedOut
Wattenon's Man for President Tarns la the coast J&
The fined ?
; reason assigned: for this action
by.Johnson in Second
other than a judicial office $6,000;
by local officials in charge of the workis Round.Philadelphia Out to Be Johnson of )lbme ota. given preHmlaaT ****
for Congress or presidential elector.
that Mr. Flagler has been Mr. Nix was w3 la**$'
greatly Washington .
July 15 -GOT. JohnA.
$4.000; state senator $2,000; for July 17.--Jack John-
annoyed and hampered In his and his arrest ku tied*
assemblyman $1.000; by a candidate son stopped "Bob" Fltzslmmons in Johnson of Minnesota is the

for any other public office to be voted by obstructions placed in his way by the second round of a six-round box- "dark horse" whom CoL Henry Wat- able comment.

for by the electors of county city the government especially the navy Ing bout,, before the Washington terson has so mysteriously hinted at **
department. WASTED EfUfi.
town or village or any part thereof Sporting club tonight. Fltzslmmons In his editorials and speeches. The
It is believed that the work will
f '4 if the total number of votes cast II did, not show a trace of his former .authority for this is Col. Charles Edwards -
be suspended until Farm Osptsrd 1s1s
an adjustment of J. C.
.. therein for all candidates for the office prowess and It Is probable that Johnson secretary of the Democratic *.*
these matters can be effected. Broke JH h
of Governor at the last preceding c uld have stopped him in the Congressional Committee and minority -
That a serious situation exists
state election shall be 5,000 or leu. is opening round' If he had cared to do clerk of the House of Repre- Plttsburj. Pa, Ji17Farrln
evident by the work that
,$500; If >the total number of votes was stopped so. The blow that_ put Fitzsimmona sentatives. tt years ei.i3l
summarily \j- wire and the local
cast therein at such a last preceding out was a right to the Jaw. The old CoL Edwards returned to Washington member of a westtb7 *
i force Is very much at sea regardingthe
Z state election be In excess of 5,000 man fell to the floor.-and as he madeno today from a visit to CoL Watterson "6
real meaning of this action.It escaped la wwj
the sum of $3 for each 100 votes inexcess who
k ; I attempt to rise the referee
Is stoppedthe at Louisville and that CoL *
sincerely to be hoped that the says the p3**
of such number may be added bout The negroes, from
trouble be hissing which usually Watterson told him, about his dark
may speedily adjusted
5;.. to the amounts above specified.A follows knockouts Sot county, norMa.*
characterwas horse.
Key West's future is at stake. In Edwards says that he did not
A violation of this act is made a mis
the bees es"his
l< the mean time it will be well to avoid absent spectators evidently take Watterson seriously at first, and where he had

demeanor. undue apprehension and excitement taking compassion on the former pug- asked him how he accounted for his arrest at Ctocfra*

Death From Tiger Booze. which would only disturb business ilistic star.Referee. assertion that the man he .had in wader fst1 V**

f and serve no good end.", Keenan refused to act in mind wore a mustache. CoL Wat- tod* 8*'
D. arrested arrested
John Boatright was
the ring because he Lad
!' that terson said he did not know Gov.
yesterday on a warrant sworn out Plague Claims Million I;Fitzsimmons had a badly sprainedarm. Johnson personally and that he had man managed to L>

:=z ':> against him for conducting a blind London July 16.-Returns oft I The manager' of, the club then an old photograph of him. which he brick wall of theme

c ''; tiger. Boatright Is. employed as a deaths from the plague In India show entered the ring and watched the un- had in mind when,he made the re- held
the appalling total of 1.060,067 for!even match. Aracdla.
.: salesman in the store of Thomas I mark about the mustache. Watter-
the six months ending June 30. The! In the opening round Johnson tap son learned
Souter and It is alleged that he has I afterward that in recent
monthly total is at present decreasing'ped Fitzsimmons when and where he
years Johnson
,,:l' been selling whiskey from that place however the death 'roll for June be-1 chose but the latter was unable to ache. shaved off the must

!:: of business. ing placed at 69064. .even land his famous counters. I Watterson Makes Kl4"V
says that Bryan 'must
k- A prominent citizen from Norman The total for the first six months I

:t. Park was here yesterday and had the of 1907 already surpasses that for
:the entire twelve months of 1904.I .
R:. .. warrant sworn out against Boat 'lgbt. I .
when 1.022,000 persons died. This
' '. It is understood that this citizen says
total is the highest ever recorded
" .: a young man died In his community
previous to the present year.
.: last Monday from the effect of whiskey -

1.' from Boatright. This
purchased Cottages with kitchens and dining
;: citizen states that he has evidence room for rent at Suwannee, Springs. Everybody Ought to DrinR Red Ic4

_. positive that ,the whiskey was sold to Cottages furnished except linen;

(: the young man. who is aleged to have kitchen and dining room furnished r5.P.u It is one of the most delightfully refreshing

[:" died from Its effect by Boatright. with tables chairs at>d stove $7 per made-It is one of the very few drinks that did
." f. Boatright has been placed under aI" week or $20 per month. No charge have to change its formula one particle to conf ona

'_ $300 bon for his appearance at the for baths to cottagers. Apply to F. the Pure Food Law. It has be n-is and always wfll

.;w' City Court on Tuesday next.-Moul- L. Rees. Live Oak, or Suwannea 1 be absolutely pure.

-.. ., trie Observer. Springs tf T u$ RED

.' ....... LOST OR STRAYED-A seven- LOST-Pair gold spectacles probably -
in Live Oak Bank Book store, ,
:.-o-1i-- year-old cream mare from pasture
r-, rear Live Oak. :Finder please return I or Ej A B1rdc1ore.: or'near by*
Stephens : Finder will be rewarded. E. R.
:f : to undersigned. '.'
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are that only a few

r weeks are left us In which to close out SUMMER MER-

CHANDISE. It has always been the custom and aml'

.Y ff: bition' of this store to give you solid values, and to, -: .

do this special effort must be made to closeout i. -* -

all old merchandise ; odds ends iL.: : '

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er to lead the Mayor ., .n,

l e,that the Mayor the testimony shall then is pro-and Accident and Health Insurance 1 |f | 't F& 1 V Just Received ;-_ '. i _

reduce or caucus to be reduced on popular Monthly.Premium Phone 24. I of.sL, A large assortmentf GENT'S White and .
Ud testimony ,to writing and plan. Vests in J
s. ancy ra:151nJ' price:' from $1.50_ w -
mid person sign it, and verify to ,
dRdarit.taken and certified by Prompt deliveriesas 441b., $3.50. LtA Mayor It such person-shaU I _____ NSW: opstlOns and if you need one fort
i sign; and swear to the said All policies issued and claims anywhere ,fti the t veningndress see them at once. ..
toay when reduced, to writing. i j
|< kid Mayor shall attach his certl- paid from this office. [ 0 _. .... '" "'
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The Largest and Best Assortment Gent's, and uf fact Shoes for'the .-' '' -'-_ _
entire family to be'found in this of ,
>Shoes part the State. In Men's Fine Shoes we still
sell HANAN& SONS, and "KING QUALITY". These makes stand without a Shoes i;

peer in Shoedom. LADIES' fine Shoes E. P.REED & Go's. make. -".:....