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 20, 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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mm' () ABDICATES! OUR TALLAHASSEE.. 'LETTER. I!. ,- Two Tragfc :Pensacola"Deaths. IX INTEREST-OF TEMPERANCE. -- 10 =-- :

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Four Death Warrants Soldiers :Demand tile Restoration
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)XY OF TRANSFERRINGSEAL Miss'Jefferson t BelL) 'I il both occurred here this morning i Army Cttnteea.Washington .; '"" I' .. ;
deaths occurring on vessels at 1 i... :.:.I
COMPLETED Tallahassee" July': 19:- oJ ; anchor In the harbor. Cart July If.-The 'convtntlon _.000 FOB '.VIOLATING RATK -
."There ain't' no, nothing. much. to seaman on board the British steamer. a I of de Armcrand Navy Union :L.iw'n'NORTH CABOLIXA;!
write, Cheviot' yesterday voted, In, favor of the restoration
Range, went below' ...
to In- >< ;,
There ain't no thought that ot the army canteen and for
| restigate -
comes .
ISWATHY fOREMPEROR a fire which had started ,
-:'to me, In an Increase of ten_p I .
they coal bunkers I I
of the vessel WQL mm AN !
In vain I think with all my might was and of petty officers an& enlisted men of mom ':
i overcome by gases from the ........- .....
WhaM,had best to, write to thee i burning coal. He was the navy on every four years of ser, f'> .,
for Peace Among rescued by r
Tallahassee vice. Resolutions of condolence: and 1
fearfully; dull--as ;ether men of the :
ship but
the People one forlorn creature expressed, It- in a few minutes. died with- sympathy to the rel&Uves and friendsof Issued and Papers Pat In Haada' of
"there's nothings to do' "late eo rad'es'of tie battleship Sheriff J
but chew. the I George Johnson a shlprigger
by **
rag and chew and chew," The : Georgia who lost their lives, as the
!*.-A crowd of 5.000 I and who has'been a resident '
kjuly result of the
aUP-1 recent
reme court is i explosion on that :
; ; clearing of
'has been beaten back from I docket preparatory to' the up ,standing the city for one year was !vessel were adopted. The national Raleigh N. C.. July: 11.TheSonthern'Tailway
the audience on a yardarnt of, the Norwegian '
ce gates. During for the commander, by unanimous vote was waa today fined |
last night,,when the vacation early bark Lilia 35 feet above the 130.000. and Thomas
cabinet to E. Green
the in August.A"number of'Plnlon. deck authorized establish garrisons of ticketagent JI:
to the demand for of the vessel when:he lost his of the
to r acquiesced were handed down this week,most balance the union .on battleships and other company, fined IS In the
of and fell to the I
stion, a number of students at- them deck strikingon vessels. tate court here for selling rallroai
being criminal
cases. The the deck
a petition to em- court and shattering the tickets at a rate In excess T
ed to present heard SkUl1.l The resolutions adapted In favor of of 2%
cral arguments
Tuesday In the Johnson had been .. '
them irrmroA: *i\ cents a mile
police prevented In North Carolina.
but the Ule reatoraUon Of Ute'army canteen The
Tampa-Ft. Brooke I
: case which will the rigging of the bark: .
doing so driving them back east which was I follows court required Green to promise not .;
i test the constitutionality of the sebi' one of those wrecked by the ,
hurricane to sell
I "Resolved tickets at the Illegal rat* ]
palace. cent act the by the Army and Navy J
legislature Of
t midnight Chief of Police Mara extendingthe last September.. The, vessel had Union In convention assembled. Thatwe Green made then promise and paid the
limits of the city of Tampa. Icon Just been sold
by the
first j fine. -
purchasers ,
distributed carbines to the| desire to oaf .record
go with the
: ,
W: A, Carter :
and John: P. Wall to firm
represented a In
i police but the crowd continuedrease. Norway: and the latter officers andtmen of the army; -wUa I f In the case''agafnat T. E. Green,
the Ft. Brooke had
It 'remained orderly contingent, engaged ,the shlprigger: to place President Roosevelt and Secretary Judge Long's sentence was $10 and
Hon. E. RGnnby and Judge Glen her In condition to
go to sea withina fa promise from Green
elaborate ceremony of trans 'aft, with the Spanish veterans and not to agaia
city of"ampa. few days.: Many witnessed the the law'
the imperial seal to the crown! fall many other patriotic organizations In I by selling tickets at a*

i was completed, this afternoon, I am always glad to see Mr. Gun by of the rigger from the dizzy height. favor of the restoration to the army |excess rate. Green was given a haltS

the in Tallahassee and there are so manyothers and to soldiers i hour for consideration and earn Into
7 the emperor )n Imperial homes, of the canteen'

t of abdication, expresses his I here who share this feeling. SOUTHERN GROCERS. as it.was operated prior to 1901. i i court and agreed to pay the fine ajtd

that he must surely leave the hills [give promise, whereupon
that during the fortyfourof : "Resolved, That our own expert-I the fin* was
with a ''very comfortable feeling. V anHoOse was Reflected reduced to. 15 which Green
his reign national calamities I as President ence has shown beyond question, that paid. The

followed la rapid succession snpeople's I Without exception. Mr. Gunby Is the By Safe Majority. the said of beer and light drinks In morning session was taken 1Ip by ar* .

distress become so ag- best loved Republican in Florida, and i Baltimore. July l9j -The annual the army canteen was a veritable gument of counsel followed by the :
his friends at the capital always give I charge to the jury.
I that he deemed It now time convention of the 'Southern Grocers' temperance measure; that It aided in

rf er the crown to the heir ap- him the warmest of welcomes. \Association adjourned yesterday to fomoting the moral welfare and Point of JorUdictioa. | t

D'conformity with ancestral Governor Browardt Mra Broward; meet' at .vAsheville N. C., next 'Jul comfort, o; the, men In the post and In Imposing sentence on the Soata
and their eight handsome ern railway Judge Long .
daughters, President .J. A.. VanHoose of Birmingham camps: ; and that no, greater blow to envphatlcally
Dorcas Josephine Enid El : that jurisdiction In .
Ella criminal
shops closed because o f JFe Ala., was reelected as were genuine temperance was, ever struck

l' of the proprietors with Agnes, Florida and" -Elizabeth' and also all the present officers and members than when the law was repealed. cases. In this state. lay exclusively

Mrs. Broward's sister Miss Elsie with, the state courts. He Informedthe
and; the, streets around of the advisory board, except "Resolved.: That we believe that

i are filled with people. Douglass left Thursday for their sum- First Vice President G. M. Thompson congress should have the courage toY Southern railway counsel that U
m reoutlng. 'The to the railway would obey the act of tue
expect meet this
squarely and fairly
.. aneM papers have publish- of New Orleans who was replaced b -
:visit Washington, New York and other and not be legislature and put the rate law Into
i se.n* Uonal) rumors, but there Henry Forchelmer of Mobile Ala. Influenced as In the

i U4fc tten of a revolt, points returning via Jamestown The position of secretary was left past by the theories, of persons who effect until finally passed upon by the

> where they will spend some time at to, be filled by the advisory board. Mr. have had no actual 'experleice with proper tribunal that the state would
hold up Its cases. He directed that
BK FINALLY YIELDED.of the exposition. \VanHoose who has served as presi- army and navy life. We therefore
execution be issued
against the Southern
Several of the cabinet are away at dent for six years was opposed by D. direct the officers of, this organiza- -

,Korea_ Under Japaneseheesare present. Mr. Holloway is attending M. White of Memphis Tenn. The lat- tion to take whatever steps may be railway for the payment of the
fine of $30.000 Imposed and that the
\\m Step Down.. the meeting of the National Educational ter's candidacy however aroused necessary to urge congress to restore
papers be placed In the hands of the
July IS.:-':The cabinet mini Association at Los Angeles considerable resentment, among the the former law as to the canteen believing sheriff for execution The court then

t.eledlag. 'the new'appointed California; Mr.. Ellis Is attending the i VanHoose adherents and an acrimonious that we are acting not only for adjourned.

grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias i discussion lasting nearly two the good of our soldiers but likewise
have resigned. It
ministers There are cases on the docket here
1 that the at Indianapolis; Mr. Knott is visitinghis hours preceded the voting. Van In the interest of temperance and
emperor was vel'7at against agents of the Southern railway -
WI ministers .on account'hash of brother In Tampa. Hoose won on the first ballot 110 to moderation. at Auburn Garner Cary and

Death warrants were Issued yesterday 50. The objection to Din Whiteseemed .
advised him ,to:abdicate TO PRETEXT Monisville. similar to the arrest ease.
I to from the executive omce for the based mainly on the fact that I COLLISIONS.
them that he occupied the These go over to the next tern.
' fcj execution of four murderers i George he was comparatively a new comer In
i right Inherited front hia'anasd Railroad Commission Hears from It Is understood that ease will t*
Mitchell. Will Collier Ben Cooper and the ranks of the wholesale
i that his subjectshadno grocers. Georgia Inventors. [brought in every county la North

r to advise his dethronement Walter Tyson will be hanged in Atlanta July 19.-Dr. M. A. Born. ,Carolina In which the Southern railway -
Brooksville 30th. CUT HOI OCT. i
hs ,tQ,do so with the support August Kemp of Athens accompanied by H. H. sells tickets. ,
Holt of Santa Rosa; county will be i|

_i Ita.In compliance with the hanged at Milton on the same date. 1 j Hon. Robert W. Davis Don't Want to the Cabanlss Railroad of Atlanta Commission appeared yesterday before Mr. W. A. Cook who' Is one ot tile

The commission to examine Indian Be Governor of Florida.
principal owners and general naa-
i' argent desire to see him to explain his recent Invention by
Inc. a short times proceeded to War claims consisting of Hon. J. W. Gainesville, July 18.-Among the which It is proposed automatically to acer of the W. A. Cook Co, Livery

i this afternoon.Oerwnonles ., Knight of Floral City Hon. J. H. prominent visitors to this city Wednesday prevent railroad collisions, either Feed Sale Stable, has J net returned

6 '---' Harvell of Bagdad and Hon. Charles was Hon. Robert W. Davis head-on or rear-end. from Atlanta, wfcer* a* par*

Today. E. Davis, of Madison met here Wed- who spent a few hours here en route ceased some ale aorae. for hie
The commission took up the matter
fib 3!.-A despatch from L nesday. This Is one of the several from Palatka to his home In Tampa. for Investigation accordance with stable. Mr. Cook says a* Is golag t*

I*J* teat the emperor eonvenfUtMrnen commissions created>by the last legis- The genial ex-congressman: was for the recent resolution of the Legislature run a hone oel.c shop la _..*.

,' !Ksr 'at 1 o' Ioek lature. Year after year legislatures many years a resident of Gainesvilleand asking that it be done. The in- con with his stable sad gaaraat the

The cabinet ministers have created these Indian war com has, many ardent friends and admirers ventions were explained length ands work. Mr., Sutton who began ts*

Is. aa adjoining! roOm whileconferred missions. The last legislature evidently throughout this section. Asa was shown that tests of them had erection of the new stable, aaa pee

with the elder had In mind this fact and attempted result he was kept busy shaking that they were wholly effective to Quincy and Mr. Cook will aav* fall
: proven
to make this commission the hands during his brief stay here. in preventing wrecks. charge of the entire ........ And

I two hours' conference his last of the series. The work of thepi When asked about the prospects of At the conclusion of the hearing so Live Oak has tare sale stable ..-

1 tsally yielded'and made commission at this meeting was to his succumbing to the solicitations the Railroad Commission adopted thee stead of two and four fiery static

to organize and give out a notice that' and desires of his friends to enter th following: We ask the railroads of'instead of thre Hurrah for Uv

told the abdicatO all claimants must put In and provo gubernatorial race, CoL Davis replied Georgia to co-operate with this com- Oak!

at o'clock this their claims within a certain periodof I1 : mission In carrying out the require Dr. Len O. Broucatoa AC Atlanta

Itaca unrest prevails about time and that the commission will "While I appreciate very keenly the ments of the General Assembly to the
In writing to a friend ta ear city
iM at another place a meet again September -17th: to con- interest manifested and fidelity of myI end that a tho'rough test may be ,
says: "My people are perfectly delighted
M* Is assembled. A por:1'aowd sider'these'claims. Under the act, no I friends I will not be a'candidate for made and further with a view to Its at having Ridley with tam

attacked the ofjUy claims shall be considered for which governor. I have gone to Tampa witi I (the Invention of Dr Born) general during August They felt very mata

? okumln, but the the general government has not already my family for the practice of my profession adoption in the Interests of human in love with aim when a* supplied

made an appropriation As the am well pleased with that "
fired ity.
before heavy for me before. leave for New York
tUtletedU general government .made no payment city and Its good people.\and\ will be
and Northfield next Wednesday, the
to the state except as a refundof content to remain a plain citizen in Eld. J. T. Butler has been holding to be "
Seth gone until September.
tie largest and most en- moneys already paid out fay thee future devoting my time ',to my profession good meeting at McAlpin this week.

tic, state, there should be no fart er delay and friends. You may say thatI The attendance was large and Interest
ever given In th | P. C. Wind and Curtis 0,.". Jr..
1 In closing out the Indian war, act will not be a candidate and that is great, and there were five additionsto
tea'wilt' be the two of our best young mea, have
one a
counts. \ about all that can be sold In mater the church.

-rt* Thursday, the 25th. ." opened up here aa agency for hardware
The commission to locate the bur-

'sHa by; Columbia conn- ial'place of Ponce de Leon In orto One week from today will be the and household goods, rprsat-

-- t State Convention Rico and to arrange If possible} for end John Kenny. Hon. A. M. Taylor big picnic at Antioch four miles from Ing the manufacturers They are

I* Mt there In extra seethe remo'nl 'of his remains to'\ 8t.Aup' and Captain Eugene Masters of S t town. The'new church -win be dedicated both hustling young mea. Dave wM |

*4th This commission will be at 11 a. m., sermon by Rem C.
to Augustine.
assume formal t ne. named by the Governor Is experience In the hardware laafaees,
--N'! alit state Universityi as follows Hon. Francis P. Flem- permitted to pay Its own expenses as A. Ridley and addresses by Ira Carter
and cannot help but make a suecea
and others. It will be one of the
It carries no app
i o be run as a Ba plug., of Jacksonville Hon. Thomas J. the law creating
biggest picnics of the season. ,of this new un4ert&kfJtLSE .
I Laud Brown, of Tampa Right Rever- .priation.


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Most. people who are stuck up are His Plea. I Some people refuse to put their j The Martyr. I i
: nothing but sticks. "Now then, prisoner." said the best foot forward more than an inch. ,I "Sir!" exclaimed: the Icy I

magistrate "what have yo uto BaY ter the kiss had been stolen, I
*;6-. AU The World for yourself?" tl G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, dare you! No man has ever :

knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment Well suh, I done admittance de N. Y., writes: "About four years me before." I

has no superior for Rheumatism, trufe ob. all dat'a bin testlcated agin ago I wrote you stating that I had "Oh! that's all right," ;

Stiff Joints, Cuts Sprains Lumbagoand me. Jedge. but I des natch'ly hope, been entirely cured of a severe kid- nervy student. "Somebody
sun, dat yo' gwine be easy wit me ney trouble by taking less, than two break the ice Wisconsin
all pains., Buy It.'try It and you bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It I !#
'kase I hyar yo' is a very mercenary
will alwaYs use 1C, Any body who gem'man.Philadelphia Press. entirely stopped the brick dust sediment During the summer kidney :I

has used Ballard'a Snow Liniment la and pain and symptoms of larities are often caused by <

a Ting proof of what It does. All Long Lire The King! kidney disease disappeared. I am drinking 01' being overheated.
glad to say that I have never had a tend to the kidneys at ;
we ask of YOU Is to get a trial bottle. is the popular cry throughout European once by
Price 2Sc. 60c and |1.00. Suwannee return of any of those symptoms dur- Foley's Kidney Cure. City
countries; while in America ing the four years that have elapsedand -
Drug Co. d-w mac.y.
the cry of the present day I? "Long I am evidently cured to stay

We are sure we are here, but wa live_ Dr. King's New Discovery, King cured, and heartily recommend Foley's The Humorist. ;

are not sure of the hereaftertherefore .of Throat ond Lung Remedies!" Kidney Cure: to any one suffering "What was the most
from kidney or bladder trouble.
It's advisable' for us to be as of. which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine, ment of your life?"
i City Pharmacy., d-w
good as we can-Chicago News. Truro Mass.,. says; "It never falls "It occurred last night. I
the floor with the for
baby two
to give immediate relief and tc Gong Some.
aDd Just as he had .
Abraham Lincoln
quickly cure a cough or cald. Mrs. "It Is said there are only sixteen :
was a man who, against all odds off to sleep I trod on a
Paine's opinion is shared by a maJor- women dentists in. New York. City," ;
attained the highest honor a man board. Cleveland Leader.
of the inhabitants of this "And yet there are more than that
could get in the United States. Bal- country.New
number of women presiding overdrawing
lard's Horehound Syrup has attained Discovery cures, weak lungs and lit Your Liver
a place, never equaled by any sore throats after all other remedies rooms. f Is out of !;
: order. You to
"Yes and
!I I I more than that number go !
other like It Is have failed; and for coughs and colds t
remedy. a sure cure who look down In the mouth.- bad humor' and get UP with,

for Coughs. Colds, Bronchitis it's the only sure ,cure.: Guaranteed I.1 Yonkers Statesman. taste In your mouth. You s!

enza and. all Pulmonary ID1IU-1 by Barclay & Groover. Druggists. something to stimulate your

Every I :Ctheah uld, keep, suppLed 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. I I The Smile Justtry Herblne. the liver, won'i

With this wonderful cough medIch d-w I that won't come. off. appears on ba A positive: cure for :

Suwannee Drug Co. d-w I by's face after one bottle of White'sCream Dyspepsia and alt liver :
I Many a good woman thinks she has II Vermifuge, the. great worm

A man likes to be told he is In his I discharged her duty to her husband. I medicine. Why not keep that smile Mrs. FFt.. Worth Texas,
thinks it by praying for him. on baby's face. If you keep this "Have used Herblne lu my
prime but a :woman always, ( !
medicine on hand, you will never see for years.: Words can't express
is a reflection on.her age.
When there is the slightest Indication -! any thing else but smiles On his face. I think about It.

of indigestion, heart burn 1 Mrs. SBlackwell, 'Okla. writes; my household : !
Stimulation Without Irritation. are happy and
flatulence or any form of stomach "My baby was peevish and fretful.
That is the watchword. That is take Would not eat and.we owe It to Herblne.
trouble ,a little Kodol occasion- and I feared he would \+
what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup ally and you will get prompt relief. die. I used a bottle of White nee Drug; Co. :

.does. Cleanse and stimulates the Sold by Live Oak Drug Store. d-w': Cream Vermifuge and he has not |

bowels without irritation in any''form had a sick day since., Suwannee A Popular Recreation, =
Drug Co. d-w Where are you, going
City Pharmancy. dw'The It's easier for a girl to forgive a
said one, another ;
young man for kissing her than for -
The early bird catches the wormif story that hi;, Carneigie: told !
for backache. itI
t. best remedy not doing
the early fisherman doesn't beat recent peace congress In New :
weak kidneys, Inflammation of the I !
his wife's mother... "Doonitothe club,"
bladder Is DeWltt',- Kidney and Bladder -i Constipation. .
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Pilla Their action prompt foor?
{ For constipation there Is nothing One of the "Just !
and sure. A week's tratment for ,days we,remember with to contradeect a wee.
'<- 'quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stomach pleasure as well as with Detroit News. i
Z5e Sold by Lire Oak Drug Store.dw. tour
1 *{ and Liver Tablets. They always health la the one on which w oe J

|produce a pleasant movement of theI became acquainted with Dr. la"ng'1Kew Qukk relief for Asthma
Life Pills, the painless oley's 1 1I
puriflen Honey and
Reasonable Supposition. bowels without any disagreeable ef- Tar affo '
I that cure headache? and biliousness, mediate relief to asthma e
.'11 is easy to see from the way he t feet Price. 2 Se. Samples free.* and keep the bowels right. 25C al the worst stages and If taken I

keeps at the piano that: he. Is passionately Barclay& Groover and all druggistswky Barclay & Groover's Drug Store..: wU-effect a cure. .City I
fond of music** t d-w

!*I thought from his style of play .

that he did it for exercise."- Some nice girls wouldn't be half as Loan sharks are anxious to meet
post I nice If they were sensible. people who want to borrow trouble., speaking,
Houston there's
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:: Set three premier made. '. .. ; Power and G : I IS ALWAYS ABSoLu rELY PiJRg
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rVord 4.representation 9.t?! Electric. Look for the erowu-- '
Lights'in Coe.CoIa aDd Label and
situation caused by Ws any-part-, citjr'furnished fore Suaraateed the best drink oe are
of the of Coea..CoJa ob+ ahle The "
..-: a delegation to th ; Residence! 'or'Business'Houses proportioDate iDgredienta'are always --_: m.:., >0
s seIIg at a reasonable s$: : ""' ''
.r-, at'The'Hag e: 'He very rate sw ring JOII' a good, 1UI form drinE aB the tme; DO over ,-.
icaieience : Electric under carboaatiDg or poor mitdlg to evnteDd '"
', dnte&Pct. the.necessity fos power. Day. and night, curre t- or, manufac'turingpurposes. 1rith.sefigerahr ean-tor the battled hand :sad k goy t 0
T stocked,
;: abdication In favor of guaraatee 7s s

: .sad of his proeeedT ; ; :. Jacksonville_ 'Coca-Cok
prinee' Wholesale and retail Bottling Co.
. Ice-out of
ToMOd.apologizing, to thee City orders have special JACKSONyiLLil FLA
rr yq- of Japes. Korean em- attention, and all orders aromptly fiilled. .
'marls rib'e1nlte reply palace:: ,,thetmmed1ateI1ca1ed We will give you good prices on lOw: grade ceiling and

I ..,reUrinI"trom.the floong. :.Come and .
gif Dbm
another our prices* > 7" Live Oak lefiliiig Works utora. Jt '

; which lasted .until -- .. -. Ta 1or and LaF.Jette, eoun es.;.
ii mee tJDg ;" -.'

k Blaed-this naratefe definitely to The decide cabinet on Excursion >to Savannah fia tllllll" il'ljl' i III "

's attitude today or by the time

,j '88.:srriTal for&a,of minister Viscount. 'It Hayashl is ;be-; Round= ; "trip; $3. .bo""to. :Charleston" S., c. round SEABOARD
that the ministers will insist trip $5.00. Special train leave Jacksonville 9:00"

abdication of the emperor A. M. July 16th
tile on via the ATLANTIC Airline -
De U CnUg Hoi Progresive Asa Returning on any train up to

which Is supporting theeaWMt. July 31. For further
apply to Savannah
Columbia Camden
'has officially appliedIto -- ; Pines,
to help save Korea 'C. BOYLSTON.US West District Bay St Passenger kbun"-n.-Agent. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,'' ." -

consequences of the Philadelphia and New York,
tH graTe

.__'_s teeioa! against Japan I:' '

,'I 4O that.000 the yen emperor deposited hat in with-the Pitts&McEwen CLINTONS I HfflB TWO 1 ELEOflNT\ TRfllNS .DfHLY '

ohanghai, .r T4,
?- .
_, .net-t sidet" 'Iike. rthat the 'T ; ; Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
'will the demand for General Agents.
r ....
i dieaUonr.tthout-' a struggle t f Wholesale and Retail -

MI .ihaperinrbli g.\ nd For the General Accident I ,Modern :. Pullman ;.Equipment. .. :- .
tabinet.j.alaoe .
enl oYitaVcourt and .. .
"" Dealers iftFlori- -
generallY is calm. Even Assurance Corporation of ,

'*ati-J W. < e'assoclatlon has Is- PHILADELPHIA da and WesternMEATS The Jamestown Exposition Line -<

|J>*atr Cbto urging the necessityKaceful. : \ \

prudent attitude at thisstage -
,of the situation. The

In' the opinion of close ob- Accident and Health, Insuranceon : Excursion Tickets on S*,le Daily :

fcas.alienated popular. affee-
> popular Monthly Premium : a
t Phone 24. For full information and Sleeper reservations call, OB any agent ',
plan. of Seaboard or write,

:A efeaaafaz;" clean, cooling, sooth- / ; S. a BOYLSTOK JR.. Asst. Gent. PaBLAtent. Jacksonville Fla ;
.-1 ag'_ household remedy is Prompt ,deliveries '
Ilt'- Carbolixed Witch Hazel .M M M U 11111111 > I U I lit M 11111111111 i 11 IIIIIII...
*t '*3W by Live Oak Drug Store. All policies issued and claims

d-w* anywhere: hi the . . . . . . . . . I . . ..
1Id paid from this office. i .

7 a t Candidate: City. t

'(PeM cola News.) .

.. uri oaDemoerat, in a rem is not restricted in the scope-of its patronage. It is i !

\ '.....,-fear tie following to say Agents Wanted Use Kennedy's. Laxative Cough broad enough to accommodate all and I.

ea.ra.I1; senator & R. Mallory: syrup. Contains no opiates. It HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: "

'IL.idsi; of candidates for United drives the cold out of the system by ,'
LThe young folks with their small savings. .
irs ii..rt.r to tuceed Senator Xlall OfflCC: POST OffrCC: BuJWins.Uve gently moving the bowels. Contains '
2.The: b/ead9linner, striving to accumulate a fund
and Tar and ,
Honey tastes near-
\\l t JTt Lu that gentleman -
:. to procure a home, or a competency for .old age..
..... Us upo.e not to offer ly as good as maple syrup. '
3. The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and
Oak - Florida. like'ItSold by Live Oak Drugstore I ,. ,
|tr*s place afiaf And if he has 'd-W. the income provided.
ifvfcr. to his name never mention- .
Tare 4.-Those,with idle funds awaiting other investment
*it..rlOa.nectfODt Under such: es'.It Is usual that theM Revenge. : THE FIRST NATIONAL.I BANK Live Oak, Florida J

Snoggs :My daughter is going to
-- :
"dy in is the most forml-
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Wi I811peUtor ,in the race.. 'We marry young Scroggs.Boggs .- ,
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--Why I thought you hated
H that Senator' Mallory was *

W>ri4 to have]said ail one time him.
.Snoggs-I do. This Is a scheme.of
wsttaaa, ; year ago that'he might
mine to have my wife, become his
to a candidate, The Pensacola
mother-ln-law.Cleveland LeaderThe ,,
*tt should Inform us definitely on -

te *lect Thus ear the claims of Woman
&sater UTe been ignored in dlstt e
is not necessarily one of perfect form
.f and features. a plain woman
.1 *.the Oak paper has forgotten Many caused by Indigestion. U you eat a
who could never serve as an artist's little too much.or if you are subject to sass ens
! the statement which appear- attacks of Indigestion, you have no doubt
%tts'leesbnrg Commercial and model, possesses those rare qualities had shortness of breath,rapid heart beat.

that all the world admires: neatness heartburn or palpitation of the heart
.reproduced in
all Livers
nearly Indication causes the stomach to For SicK
9tow_a of the State, announcing clear eyes 'cle n' smooth skin and expand-swell and puff up apina'the
** heart This crowds the heart and interferes
.* the candidacy of Senator the sprightliness of step and action with its action and in the count of

--Sw ireelection.This BtateM :haf accompany good health. A physically time the heart becomes diseased. A PURELY VEGETABLE

: awed a few weeks'later '
weak woman Is never attractive COMPOUND
h erriew Congressman
-Ia not even to herself. Electric KodolFor I
Tallahassee Sun in
Bitters restore weak women, give CURES sIA1A.MALARIA.CHfI.LS aa4
t.J t.atlemar}ftited positfive. strong nerves bright eyes smooth Dyspepsia ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

b would not be a candidater"fW velvety skin, beautiful complexion. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by
a takes the strain off TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One par-
what eat
8Utesi Senator because he Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover dfetsts you
sit '; of the heart,and contributes nourishment k chased today may save you a sick spell tomorrow.
a ** Senator cents
Druggists. strength and health to every organ of tM
t body. For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour AND FEVER AnD
eke Stomach Inflammation of the mucous
tin Oak Democrat, or any The Cause. membranes lining the Stomach and Diges- ,ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEfl

Is s entertains a doubt Kind Lady-You say you are In re- in Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh Mrs.W.'A. Whitewea. Emory.'Tez:.

'"Cola Senator being in duced circumstances? >f the Stomach. .write: 'Mr child had chills Ud fever

Be-Bsening Former Oil Magnate-Yes, ma'am. m j Iced wuld dlitmt ne tr wittTb few Iou years. We tried an kiada of of
acquba* "
can as- irtwSi t.u* I would bconM vary w.ak. mediciiiea aad baD T**
that Stephen R. Kind Lady What reduced you? f'inanJ I lac s boUle of Keidel aDd it raft e.imrarslid. miae recofjuneoded HerbiA We BM& .
Former Oil Magnate-Shrinking Sate: .AAu usbIr: a t.w bottM I am AnCLKRS. three bottle, and the child fa now camppitety
a'me will be found on the .WRIKO WCHOtS Penn Yin K.T.I cared.:: You have my persuasion
bit U a candidate for Unl- from publlcltyCleve1aDd Leader. had stom.ah trouble aDd was ID a bd state u IW testimonial u 1 cheetfali7recomineiid -
t heart eubis...A IL I took Jodo1 Dysp ps all mothers
taator- In the primaries IDOIItU aDd it can4m.. "
Cure lor about lour having children afflicted mine. ,
K:** least that I .the in- Kodol will nourish and strengthenyour II. DUELl. Jln 0. Utfit BOTTLE. 510 eu THE GUVIII -

e Senator now and he digestive organs and furnish Digests What You Eat SNOW UMIMEXT ClST. .
that the natural digestive Juices for your
could alter his LOUIS U., S. A-
!,matter at the present stomach.. It will'make you well. 1 L I
Kodol digests what, yon eat. Sold by, t ;:

!4 health Live Oak Drug Store. d-w-I SOLD AND RECOMMENCED BY'
Is,better than The Live Oak DrugCompany.

Tears and he expects Suwannee Drug Company.
'aenve campaign. FoJn3lioY TAR e '
stows the aouah sad heals lsaa4.
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I t Now FOR, THff,TBIAt.-: II III III II,1.1" I] .III 'J i I fi 1 i'-f '! ,1:1.: ; : ,....;.

UVEOAOAILYIEKKRAT t il. ,, ,. ..L-" '
The ""great coupirac7" has given J 10, I..' ,'';,' ,., ,. "-':,- ; '''" -'- ''''>., --- ,--
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:", Published. every Afternoon. its mid-summer sensation and _, .. < :;

It". ,Except' Sunday.: furnished much food'for,talk burnt I C ; =
'' until 'the criminal,libel'cash against t I fc ..; : : g

CHASWr.mVIN, .. -' ,' .Editor. .and K"ir. Editor 1/Engie Is brought trf-trial and '
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and con Is mats ,, ; (' ; : ''
all the evidence,pro ,
intered at, the Postoffice. Lire Oak ',,:''; : '.J 'JL. SCHEDULE
f,-' Florida., aa Second Class KaU'Kat. public.. will' a' much unsettled:!:public R'EO

:. ter.,NoTerab r 7. 1905.IflfiUIEOIIPOBLISHIIG. opinion be able to crystaltee1"and <.. .
reach a common eonclusionu The I

case can ,never be tried In newspaper -

: COXPAIT.. columns, and the Florida press has already :" BEGINXNG JUt ITtluLeave _

discussed it sufficiently cio > ,
DAILY DEMOCRAT :will be ,,
show that in the,present,. of the '
M. Live Oak
'f mailed to any part of the United Suwannee Springs 6:30 A. 7:4

% -." States pastage preparf; for 15.00 evidence, ...widely divergent. opinions
will continue to' remain divergent, 44 Oak U:30.6" Springs 12 "
per Tear; $Z.SO for six months; Live : 4
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents and further talk will result in mere "
.. 1:00 P. M. Live Oak
five In advance. Delivered ;Springs )
-lor weeks. acrimonious controversy, breed a P.I.:
to any part of .the_dty;: by "
quite'needless mid-summer madness s
,4* 6:00" Springs :
f', carrier for 10 cents per week**- Live Oak :31 .
and harden each partisanin the con-
viction he had already reached. In-
tire Oak has purchased the waterworks Each
this case DemocratJs atiICUT.SramMissouri sore Way n.-;
jom'i bowling: and node the : : Phone 109 FAQ
and must be shown ,and it
price, ir.H7. ''Why flur water-
will take the trial in court to show 5 -
'works'charge almost that much for
us. For that reason we are glad to

watering the atreetatca1& Banner. know there is no doubt that the legal tN' : .

.:. -.1- .. : Issue will be promptly and squarely T. AL 'C t'A T Driver

i It is alt up with the ancient dynasty joined[ and the full light of a thorough: _

In Korea. The Iron hand of the Jap "
Judicial investigation thrown upon .
Is backnumber He ,-;- ,. ,, : -
on that country. the
alleged conspiracy. In the issue ,

??needs, Jt. In.hla, business sad he is of the Tampa Tribune of yesterday .!: : :::. < ': < A" : r .: f__' '

determined to hare absolute controlof we find the following under the cap \ .*
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its government. The emperor of tion to To the Public -
from Mr. i i i 111 in 111111 MI 11111 n i n 11 M *.
Korea has abdicated under Japanese Stovall. the editor of the Tribune:

pressure and will hereafter do nothing "As has been previously announced
The Everglades! have been Indus1 h' Preaching' tomorrow at 11 a. nt:,1
on a pension. He was a poor in the Tribune criminal prosecutions : 1j

stick at best af Imperial chump and will be instituted against Claude triously exploited as the star sugar and:, 8 p. m. ''0 j THEYSATHTil

'Korea will doubtless do better undera L'Engle, editor of the Tallahassee farm of theworld. after drainage:and Sabbath-school at 4__o'clock.\

the other preliminary steps have
new government Sun. and against J. H, Reese whose Prayer meeting Wednesday night,
been taken but Editor Harris of the
name appears as the author:,of the at 8 o'clock. -
Ocala Banner pierces the future with
At last the sawmill people In this article in the last issue of the Sun cordial
prophetic eye and sees A ,noble city Come and be with uso 'A
section hare: seen the light and they alleging. conspiracy on the part of
rising from thatmysterious 'swamp i welcome awaits every one.
bare taken the Initial steps to atop Judge Stewart of Manatee county. .
which before he is called hence. will -' -
the needless waste of our pine forests Cot Peter O. Knight, and myself t-> I
be larger: than either Jacksonville or
and renew the growth of the cut-over have I/Engle removed from Tallahassee Second Advent Christian Church: :-
Tampa. There's an optimist for yon! > i
lands, At the recent meeting of .the during the recent session of the J. T. Butler Pastor.
Or would you call that, a Venetianpipe' "
eoFl rlcia'Saw-mill Association legislature in pursuance of this Regular services tomorrow as follows -
dream with gondola trimmings
a resolution was passed instructingthe intention Mr. Knight and myself yes -
We hope,that Editor Harris may UTe : ___ _. __ .
terday secured the services of M .
secretary to secure all the literature ;
:1revei. and 'we suspect;that he will Preaching at 11 a. m.. and 8 p. m..
possible from the government I.John P.. Wall and,Mr. C. C.Whltaker.of "Star Brand Shoes An Beet
have to pretty nearly do so-. in:orderto '
; by the pastor t? ,
I this city to. assist in the
bearing on the great subject of for. prosecution '.

'estry.. This isn't"much of a tart.11 of these 'persons for criminal see his vision realized.: vAs The morning theme.,ir will>.i be: May be you have beet ph

Abut It beats nothing and at least indicates 11 libel, and affidavits were duly made "Words. Their Advantages and Dis great-deal of expo tad s>
a r
that the sawmill people have 11 before County Solicitor: Raney upon advantages." '" *- venience by buyi&f ..
the recent meeting of the GeorgiaFlorida
at ,last been partially aroused to the which to. .base Informations for this Sawmill Association twenty- The night subject'will be: "Things did not fit did sot 'l "

peril of" entirely cutting the founda- offense: ether attorneys 'tn Tampa seven saw mills belonging to the tj Come shape did not war wd

'tlona: "from under their own business ''I and other cities of the state hate also members of'the Association will shut Sunday-school at 10 a, m.. likely the soles on sot. t el

and leaving them no raw material to ::offered their services to us in this Prayer meeting Tuesday night at shoes ripped tnd
down on August 1st, and seven in eWe
work on a few years hence natter. ; 8 o'clock.

"The case will not be made the subject September. 'The'suspension' will be At night we use electric fans. have a line that wS!fit 6
for thirty days. The mill men say
frA of further newspaper controversy Come, can keep you cool. Everybody the start -no bmkiIr If i
VOICE FROM PKXSAOOI they are not getting'-cost for their
::1 on the >;rt'of the Tribune, but will welcome. essary. They will b& I
product and the trees are worth more
Some Very fine leader writing Is
be attended to in the proper manner .x-i. shape for they art boat

being done on the Pensacola Journal by'the criminal court of record of this standing than they are Sawn into Methodist Church-H. Dutill. Pastor. by expert shoe maba is?*
lumber. They ought to know and
these days and we were especially impressed county. W.. F. STOVALL.HE 9:45 a. m., Sunday-school. J. E. factories.
yet there Is much complaint of the ty
with the philosophical breadth
Wood, superintendent. The Stars for
and acumen of the Journal's editorial WOULD START OVER AOAIX. scarcity of lumber and the almost attendance 'for' the first 'half of the Bound to wear wefl fct th.

defence of the unwritten law as a If we could wipe out all the laws prohibitory prices. year will be given out at this ses .leather and material is .-

primal right above and beyond all ab initlo in all the states and tbe fed- sion. .

written statutes. It was very able eral union and start out all over i :THE CHURCHESWhere 11:00 a. m., preaching. An offer-i;every pair.

and Ingenious and had the delightful again it would be the greatest blessIng I" 'I' Ing will be taken for the American { No chance for the ....

stamp ,of pure passionless scholarly that could befall the country. Bible Society. off for they are pet 4

thinking upon it, not often encountered Ocala Banner. T.. Worship Sunday. 3:00 p. m..Junior League. clinch fastening.

in the strenuous* grind of modern But not unless we could start'oat .....-. . . . 4:00 p. m.. Senior League. This is a shoe to *****

dally newspaper work.. But It wouldbe again with the knowledge of all the This paper- contains the announcements 8:00 p. m., the pastor will give tho tel

fatal to a government of law and mistakes we had made to warn us of the services to be held in second of the series of sermons on the service and dress wtat

to the safety of society relying upon against their recurrence. It is betteras our churches, tomorrow. These an- Ten Commandments the subject will They are made cf few"the

law for protection, to admit the it is. Nations, like Individuals nouncements deserve more than a be "The First Commandment; or a I leather that poises *

validity of the argument It is the have the Journey to make groping passing notice by our readers. The Mixed Worship Prohibited." and wears so lonf.

boast of the law and has been for from darkness to twilight and from plans and The board of wed"
purposes represented therein stewards will meet on You had Just as '
centuries that for every wrong it twilight to what will be .
we hope too to be Monday "
are great night the
lightly estimated 22nd. The Third Family" shoes, r* ,
provides remedy and while we frequently high noon some day. To begin again in poipt of their value to the In- Quarterly Conference will be held by and pleasure from e' ,V ? ,

Ignore these remedies and would be but to resume a burden we dividual and the public good. the Rev. J. A. Hendry P. E., on the thai
Redress, our own grievances without had 'in I and pay no more
slipped ,
part go over once
not of
an individual In our this month. Let us have all
appeal to the law. not the less should more the weary miles we had passed ordinary kind.Ien' .
midst who has not in
some sense been reports up to date for that occasion
the press stand for the splendid legal stumble and blunder and mistake the taken ) .. -
Int? account by our pastors in
ideal admit even one instance road In the helplessness of the same their At the BoysWomen's.. .. .. $lj&
preparations for these services, Baptist Church-C. A. RJdfey.
la which>the law failed"of Its remedy eld ignorance and thus defer by that and the highest interests and welfareof Pastor. ?

would be to destroy that ideal and much the comlnij of the full light the Misses .
community as a whole have The Sunday-school meets at $:30 a. a
Impeach the value of the' 'whole when we shall longer ILJN*
no see througha
also Children's.
I been kept in, view in their study m., and Is In session for one hour.
system. Genuine civilization cannot -' i ,glass darkly. True wisdom "
: sa
and and We walk oa
thoughts ,will.find expression. ; not neglect this teaching serviceof
admit murder to gratify a private, not by good luck nor original thinking "
in their
deliverances. You.
the fhnrch. Dr. West and Col. So can
vengeanceas.: a' part *:its flan even nor: brilliant discovery, but Is aprecious These In
men their ministerial of Carter have a class for ladles
In extreme eases.- But assuming thatthere essence drawn from the accumulated flces' stand first young ; DOWLING LUMI '
us forHheir pastor has a class for men, la
may' be sneh'eases and that pre- experience of life-of all
very work's sake as we ourselves which strangers are made feel at
BentM legal remedies are inadequate lives--and. tx start out again ab
ledge their work, and are therefore home; then there are other classes of liOWUXti rlltl.l4L
as suggested by some mbaern instances inltio would be to wipe out that experience 10 entitled:" "
our presence and hearing.Let all grades Come to the -
then)et. us haTe further law : destroy our'capital. and put every who Sunday- -- -
one can attend school. .. .
on the subject .to;provide. for; :such us back In the puling puking infancy 'church, tomorrow. LftJT 9* "'",.. .
cases even. the "outlaw" remedy suggestefhr from which we had happily pastor preaches both morning year-.M ."sm asses ...."

the Journal To*Insist on escaped. Let ':us be thankful that we Episcopal Church :Curtis Grubb and Faith."night on "Justification by MAr Use Qk 1l/ ---::
the validity of unwritten law in this have progressed as far as we have Rector. ordinance of baptism leCompaaf..14..g..... 1...''g
will be
age of' tie, world! In ,any instance is and look backward with no vain re- Services at the Episcopal church The administered at night. .
ushers -
a concession to primal savagery grets over its Irrevocable follies and .tomorrow. pastor and people -

which n-jiy be compared in danger to mistakes but rather' to gather wis- Celebati of Holy Communion at make strangers.a specialty of entertaining Cottages, tR.-r.{: '

the whole system of written law and dom from them and learn the plain .'l:.?0 a..m.Service. Come raoa for teat al lies'

ihA social state it is designed to protect lesson they teach. We may not be ex- and and worship with us. and we Cottage EsrsliIed ... ..
.sermon a., m.. will do you good. ..
!',to' a, minute _leak In a, mighty actly all right at the present time and '8 p: m.' hitches sad psi .... ... .

permitted to remain'unrepaired. either as. a nation or.: as individual, *
dam, which, < the fissure but doubtless Just right as All spectacles pro ..
steadily opens we are : as ale cordially Invited '
attend. bably ...
in Live Oak Bank week or |M 9"
untuihewhqlej. :; structure, gives way we would be after doing it alb over, store, .
the or E. A. Burdlck's store or near by for bails M e* '
devastate without of .
and the released waters al I again light subsequent ,bJ'tertaa..auelaj.'F. Ford Finder a
I experience to guide us. Pastor. .I will be. rewarded. E. R.dW. L. R.... u.. Oat N
the country below c 1 ; Wise. Sprls.s.E .



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-t Z7teieCs4lei Eros.>'have'eefed, Jp--fi..BurJ1ett. iUra -- -. -
i rAND PERSONALS: terfal : of; ;" .. Ii.1" .. -
and"'Vill'Tesume 'work''on=here'yesteid4'on bcsfne.. ; ".. ;::....7..'.'{ .!,:.'i"' .r.;, ,<:s'-. i.' f il. 4--; ..,. [ .K.. -Lj'-- ....
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their new block ;Jo .
Monday .c.f / '-.
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Rev. T,M.; Webb of Lafayette 1-1"I &
.: BRISFGYi' Mrs. q"j
;. <}fill'T;! -eRR OF INTEREST Jack Leak of Lafayette was in the city yesterday.T 4!

,- : omCLED FOB DEMOCRaT here visiting several days, returned .; '
c .. f i le s.e 'f'
home ; _
BE.\DERS. Uat.etenlngA f'
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Ross -'
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Roasbur :
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today ,
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Premier Typewriter, .. .
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AND THEY 80of big bargain for Quick buyer, 15 0.00._ Hugh Wilson of Lake s
1_ Itei _Um R. C. Davis & Company Jacksonville here today on business, City was I .

Florida. .it Mosquitoe Bars and all Sum- i

jt "" I|I Mrs. M. I. Robertson of .
nd SawaoneefwaU Madison
0k *
Lire Mrs. R. H. Holmes.and.s3ns; ,.Joe .was Jiere. ,
'- Gathered fcjr the Democrat and Herschel. went to White Springs today en rout*.to.Georgia.s .. < ,c,. mer Goods

;. s:... Reporter =" HRer. ,< i'T : _
< this morning to spenaVweekT I r. T-.- A.;.Gaylard 'and wife,' r>WelI- i. 1

t """ --... '...-b-rn.were In the-cltytoday trading. .ii : 691N6 AT GOST. I j
t J<' W. I* Everett went to Long :;
see J. C. Lyle.
'* c lans. '
; .for rfctr Branch to assist VT. .
Rev A. Then
."" > In Miss Eula Wilson
of I
i(I Lake City. s
.. the'city; a revival meeting for about ten days who has been the Prices are, very ,interesting --
r w. M- Lset MayoJsin charming,guest of ..:
: :. : ,Mi.. AnnieI.',setn nedhomeyesterday. : '-:_ Come f let us show you ':"A
-.a R. O. Meeks who has been *
visiting .
a r ':, .- V... ..._ t \'
: of Alton, wasjbere here, returned to Lake City yesterr ___l, 2 : \ v,r V '
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day. 0..,.. ', : !' F. R. Stroud and wife who have .
; .; '. 'I f J. B. :
t f been to Ellaville on a visit to his BARTON &. CO. -
i m cL here Mrs. M. J. Dickert eras;here:from .' ,
John of Wellborn. was parents, returned to,Ihelr.. home
P.. at
Pcrter"s yesterday on a visit to relatives. L i, : H. L. CAMPBELL MANAGER -. !
y. ; I Dowling. Par this.morning.. v ,_ ,:,: ,: !

; j ;ntte Barrts came up from i the f,', Goad one horse ;dray. outfit with. r'-
I '!; No. 6 Fay-Sholes Typewriter, used reliable. white driver "

?t*today. : only sixty days big bargain; price*employment on salary..! want Apply, steady: at; t.. . . . . . . . . . . "- ,

furnished upon application:; R.* C. .. .
< .'Nat 4 Fay-Sholes Typewriter. ass 'Democrat office. :: .: ;
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.? at $ $.00. R C. Davis & ComJacksonville. Davis & CompanyJacksonville.:r-|' : ;','!'. :. FLORIDA BOOK & NEWS
I Florida. It Ida. It Mrs. 3. A. Attawa,.. of Alton,.was fOR SAL CO

<..i. f here today, on her ""a,.'home' > from +. '
wife returnedjrwttrday. A. Wilson and Miss Emma Wilson,!Wellborn where
Klnkald she has been visit-
;4)ay r Dealers
of Macedonia were In.the shopping In
).. city I 1&. : ,' J. Ji *-. ..
today. I --- City and Suburban BOOKS BIBLES BLANK BOOKS
the city Miss Edna Johnson of ,-
:-fe BJackburn was In Fort Myers STATIONERY: '
today. Mrs. Cot HarreU went to Fort ;a nurse was here today on her way
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White today on a visit to her hus:;home'fromVonveyingli=paUenTuTEhe1' Properties
ft. :
*i.g5fii nn Is transacting business band's parents. -----1 asyium.- --- "* <". "_"..."'''a?' "_ : Musical

.br.+iborn today ; -.
J" Mrs. J. H. Braswell went to Whit Mrs.--Tli'M: -returnedfrom* Instruments

%$. T. Davis of Madison, was at Springs today to see her husband who Madison yesterday, where she has ; ."
Fire Life Accident '
gMNMl today. is sick there. been on a visit to relatives and > and And all Attachments ,.
friends -
ttk j.. Coffin. of Ferry la here,to- No. 2 Remington Typewriter, fair < Old Reliable Companies .Picture Frames made-to

>-es lartaess.l4uklaa condition Z5.00.MNuf See!." R.. C. Mrs. S. L. Bailey went to Madison 1 -

Davis & Company Jacksonville Florida today on a visit to friends and relatives. order. :.

,.... of Wellborn. Is here It and will also visit Valdoata during ,

..., ea 'IU MIL her absence.
Prompt attention given tALL ,
h Representative Geiger of Mayo. Florida Book & News Ce.

1...J Fay-8&ols Typewriter good waS- here yesterday ,.on his way to E. (X Home, who has. been looking BUSIIr'ESSEDWARD8REALTY ;
_.t at 1=5x00. R. C. Davis & Columbia S. C. after his business interests at

'. F1lIII ag. Jacksonville. Florida. .It .' ,- ... ,- -t.. ,< Peacock was here ,yesterday on. his K n[ R r r rnnir Manage
i .Mrs..Lazarus, LJ'J,'who ,hasbeen"H ..-very ft." r etarnbome. to Jasper. Vi. acid Ownaof-
W: F. &.aUnt. of Dowling Park. :low with: fever Is much better today _

MSM tot eveateg: --- we!-are-glad. to'. note.----::-=- :-:-- .." Coadoctor-McKinapa left yesterday Lewin Buildin1r.-Room..3... -

to .visit Jamestown, ; exposition.
JMk Taf tor went'to'WflnUrth'on i Best; (Jarbon JPaperrall; size and. During?hfsabsenee 3 Mr. Long 'Wld# Phone No. 144.V _..
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..... tats: morning.JL colors only $1.65 per box. R. C. take shis'rnq. ; J t : ;' -

Davis & Company, Jacksonville Flor .. .i:,E.'*found 'and- Ins, sweetlittle

W. ...... of O'Brien. Is in theirty fda: ; It 'Sheriit F. .&Tlpp i'as., ,of Fait daughter 'Mary' 'Hampton -came *np ;..

r Mf. *. business.fa .. r Mycrm_, was here today, en route home frm'Penny* today? Editor, pound <

Silk Typewriter Ribbons, for all from Chattahoochee.. where he. conveyed makes'his visits too short when h"

*. W. Uvtafrtoa. of Xewberry.killU ., machines. R. C. Davis & Co., Jacksonville an'Insane woman. comes to Live Oak.

MM today. Florida. It '. J1;
I Mrs.. E. J. flume ,and little Irene, Quincy McCoy a nepnew-of Mrand

c.1. Ik.. returned from the Mrs. P. S. Michael today went to Tampa and other points in Mrs. W. :W. Giles, arched here ::p RU l'\E

....... tars sera1Ac. en route to her home at Suwannee South Florida on a:visit, to, relatives this, morning'y from' ::Madison. accompanied 'WAr'Ctl'B :CYERS

from a visit to Lake City, al friends. tills morning. by his'wife andre guest '
**. W. M. Ices of Lake Qty '\t.: \'..'.. of Mr."Giles' family. ,* ,-*-*: If you wbh foe jfxtkakn fegacin swatch

.*. d ... eky today.tailagt9 J. M.. S. J.. E. R.. and H. B. L. L. Bailey, of'the Pine Grove settlement with abcolntir accuracy of now>

Brown of the, Rocky Sink section, was here -today._.Madison The ordinance of baptism will 00 went,your idea of_perfection* will meet

.. Typewriter only were trading in the city today. Bailey ,of the.same;section was also administered' :.t sill..iBaptist.chu Ck a.rerelabun. ., jai '.n' *,

I1b ..... *. C. Baris A Compaay. t here. ,-,....F tomorrow night at the',close-of, the 11TD'D.t'

****..., Florid 1 t Mrs. S. S. Stapleton of Snwannee J> ", service. Brother' ;Ridley "'limits :his :
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Staticn. was here shopping this morn- No4. Remington Typewriterused night service to one,hour. : HOWARD "
.s F. C Wlad eo.. is located ia Ing. onJ/ three months"'big- bargain' at

art lie t. Lewis 1taU41a&- Miss Hazel H of the 'WATCH[
-- $7500. R. C. Davis & Company *'ugh. one |
J. A. Deberry. of route No. 3. was Jacksonville. Florida. It bright stars of DeLand's ;younger

,,'- R .....,. of Plnentouat wassels.iselr a visitor in tbe city this morning and soc.aT set.h.o.has been the charming Let us "show" you wJjv

... ? ea .uta.... called at tbe Democrat office. S. Wheeler.Columbia, was here guest,of,Miss Loyselle Brown,,returned i

last night returning; home ,,*'rom home, this morning."Justification : ,\JI Standard flakes for Sale b|
-I.\. Lee or Lake City was Mrs. Lena Pert of Dowling Park. the guest of Charley -' ;
QuIncy and was
41v ,I.-- ..., .. mete to kayo.ttket returned from Madison.this morning, Walker while. In the dtrMrs. ': by:Faith",will be the: RADFORDThe

where she bas been: visiting a week.O. subject of Rev. tx :A- Ridley at the

ago wife. of Lur.U1e. Baptist church tomorrow,both mornIng -
.. .Lee Byrd and little daughter Jeweler /
"s"""" of EverybodY' cord:
y Ropplnc. H. Thompson and family, and night. Is. ,
went toMonteagle Tennessee :yesterday
Mayo are here on ,a visit to R. G. ially invited and will be made feel LIVE OAKS,.fL/C
to be"bMnt a month and
tilt Ufa, .. T. WlUla, of San Thompson's family. ,.- at home.. ,. -,- -- .
-H IU BtUl today. attend_the: Monteagle-,- assembly." -- -...... J.Uu..Jr1&m1a.Sterk1e..aa..aUracU7e

Karl Bardin and Charley Blackburn '' Miss Nannie May Creech of Quit- y nng lady of Dade City is one of then

., I .17'Shdes Typewriter rode over to the Springs_ last S. 'T, Prescott: father of Mrs., Dr, man Is a guest of Miss Lucy Hop, on. @w students at the Southern Business -

....d .. ey respat good as night Caswell. is reported to be lying at thep Miss Creech has visited here before, College. Miss Sterkie chose the

.. R. int of death at his home in Ala- friends in oat of several different business -
...... a DaTis ft Com- and has hosts of admiring Southern,
bed- '
-..u.. Florida. ItI. Fred Hugger and Pete Bardin spenta chug Mrs. Caswell is at his Live Oak_ who are glad to greet her colleges within reach. She will

pleasant evening at Suwannee side. again. take the. complete stenography

Lee of Lake City, is Springs yesterday. coarse.

#e*t of the Ethel. The Telephone. Company,i. engaged Mrs M,.JL. Hurst is reported very

W. B. Williams, of Madison is In t.putting their wires in cables in. lo'lir.. with only,slight chances of re Ckj Currie.. Miss Carmlta Grubb

Llvlagston, of here on a visit to Henry Platfi the business portion of the city which covery. Her ,husband Is also III. and and Miss Mary Grubb. Billie Mor>-

bsr1 mslaes* today. Is a marked improvement over the old the family is reported to be in strait Und, Mrs. Sye!. Conner Jr.. and Miss

E .. family.. -, .- --. system. .. I ened circumstances. Here is a chancefor Annie Grubb. Joe Hlnely and Miss .

+.M"Bbwliag Park 're- Mrs, O. B. Harrell ,Lake ,I our people to show their charitableness Sallle Taylor went to the Springs
!1R'tkls who has ,last night. They had delicious re-
Y norntfig.Wtfttr. City Jut 'evening on a TlsttTto-Jwr: Miss Kathleen Thomas
",' freshments at the pool and had a delightful -
,, parents. -* -:. been the guest of Miss Eva Dowling

of AUehua and also of Miss Rosalie Lewin. returned R. H. Haddock and wife. Misses time

It I day.coaveylngleft Mrs. J. 'I.. Gray, of Jacksonville to her home in Madison today Annie and Fannie 'Savage, Vivian
Verdie S. J. Giles, postmaster at Car-
Miss Lewin. Evans Vernle Bryan and Haddock Mr.
here, returned accompanied by
who has been, visiting
I, extremely went to Suwannee Springs to- rabelle and his brother Mr. W. W.
home yesterday. ,' : .. Miss Thomas whois an
In Giles, were among the visitors by
has made In to spend the day
tads mOralq fascinating young lady,, day a wagon
That they had a delightful automobile to Suwannee Springs "fttmQ' -
o* a visit to her W. IX Whatley. of Rocky. Sink,, was. many admiring friends In Live Oak. picnic fashion.
here today trad1ni.-' < who regret her departure. i time goes without saying.:

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A ; his It stands .for the growth development -:,.; .: tI. : -
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Time Table No. 20 ,

Taking Effect,SUNDAY; JUNE 30, at 12*1 A. 1L, 1907. a

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as.u 00- < ,cLNTiAI 'I'DIL saaN.

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K1X.dFzt 164' .V '! if '''i'Except 14m 1

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t 00 a'm f..L. Liv. Oak-..... __Am q
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universal testimony Red.'Rock yjOa. IZs 4sr

i 'I to. e 168 p m L.t. iII a 1 Y"v

Truit: 'unch has been awarded &e a ba 108 p.L. 7'L T. b s s i i N j jIt
Titbe\palmt>f unqualified superiority. It assures .distinctiveness and m Sli..b; a.j1f1i

*-LI ? ecess"to'alI social functions, and should be prepared in accordance. i
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I with to following: .
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FORMULAt. 105 a m .. --LunYIUe.-- $aTs
'.' no./ W t f'_ (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) a .1Ar_.__._ W'UmaRJa.U ..._
8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE 1000.. m 5mp1L" W t6!

4 QUARTS RED'ROCK GINGER ALE 1085 a s I Up.ILy....-. ..,,_. .S+i. os _..._. .__ fi a 4IiNts
1314. ass s.44!
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granges and lemons,. chop pineapple fine, cOver with sugar, loss -S, 10 p m,Ar. .r...._.,..._. AMa o.... -4k$' !
.,z ; alloW to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the W 4o : 1L.--- ....._MU. a' .

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving addthe"four'quarts 'O IfI a m .u ---AJw.- =i. I
., U \-0 a m Lv.w.r,. "lWa... -
of Red Rock. .
il 10 : m r..,,......; -v-ro.u.- L..
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GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. west half of southwest one-fourth try's regiment of Missouri volunteers' '
and southeast one-fourth, section 36. 1200. i. i.y ....t -L.. I.,1
whomsoever it be of In A thorough investigation made by ,
To all
mar Z.5. p
5 south 13 east.
township range
1210.Sl'I..L1r CLarlooa... ....Lw .M12EOam 'M"
terest, Greeting: Purpose of sale being to remove said the adjutant general has been unable .r.--. .
After four' weeks' publication of estate to State of Georgia. to locate another surviving veteran ot| iZTpm r n....__ -Ltp. l9Nu

tbla notice..once each week.. I will Guardian., of SOLOMON above named SEARS minors that war. March is a Missourian by is a s tS p.L=---_-.FeoL5.swq___-"?:"---.L.. t o

on.tie 19th day ot July. A, D. 1907. by authority of Court of Ordinary birth, and went from Boone county u b0 a sa.mLLp-.-.-. Z.I __...:..._ .. ...11.t'

at the Court House of Suwannee Coffee County. State of Georgia. with Capt. Grant's company which IGO m llO..b -pV17 a... _...__.Le t 3i,a' *fce
County. Florida apply by petition *
was organized In October 1837. His .. *
to ,the Hon.. 4, N, Conner, County ; ,
said Last Soldier of SemInole War son. W. T. March, lives in Ceresco, (cI) Z iS
order .1:
Judge of County, for an .eltilepDoo:Station (O Flan Sstos. (d S.zisLea W *
authorizing and empowering me 'to (Kansas City JournaL) Neb. a* cs Ststio T. P. AUTOII. *
W. S HAUM r-.e-....
kale of one-thirteenth undivided g
make a ol Jacob C. March. of Ceresco .Neb. ---
interest, of Mollie Harrell. of A Wonderful Happening *?
the only known surviving veteran *
James Harrell. Randall Harrell An Port Byron. N. Y.. has witnessed
nle,,HarrelL Winnie Harrell. Alvin the Seminole war of 1837. has been one of'the most remarkable cases of = TICKETS! %
Missouri certificate of military
:Harrell and Jlenry,Man ham. minors, issued a healing ever recorded. Amos F ViPAETY
J. Hafr service' by':James. A. Pe; Armond. King of that
orphans of Mary l\ ands Hat- ; place says: "Backlen'i
residing in Coffee adjutant, general Missouri.. March Arnica Salve K
tie Mangham now cured a sore 'on,
my .
Live Oak
4 t to Dowries Park 8ft sak daily A
County. State of Georgia in the.following although 90i years old. is rugged and leg with which had suffered over
'described: land. situated in. l.eatiy. trip unaccompanied a' at..rate" of SO cents round trio wits
made ,
County: Florida:to-wit* and, recently % 80 years. .I am now eighty-five."
South ha\f, of northeast one-fourth. trQDj1.h1s: home to;. Port Guaranteed to dare,all;sore. by.Bart .tllll.,}e.iI4... Mmimufn' of ten. fares. Call. on .

and southeast one-fourth ;.of north. land. Ore. He served in' Capt.' Thomas elay .&' Groover.: Drii stat, *,5c* b.1 1 I 1 1 tAct Agent ffcene-152 for

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. ir" E. BROOME, A foSultsupP1Y. of Gasoline and, tr ,

.'iTJ.. '. Y :Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines 1

roB.\EY&CoUNSELOR AT LAw.un : 1so' sell the well known Columbia l>ati .
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:OAX.-r FLORIDA. / The greatest carei is used .in they Lery. Switches. Spark Coils and Plugs '": a
of the State. sye :
manufacture J1
=. all tM.-rt8.. c.Y IAMRi.w/ ; Y of_ the likept V fe
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.4.....b .u boo. p ptb a\WDcl- .:.. agent forSaviir 1
......*.J"-. roaZcD SW AT LAM : Hucklebe1TY : 'Vulcanizing Works,Jacksonville.

JTO WEST Cigar-. r>,. ?__Sample qf this work can be seen here
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Physician and Surgeon- Each one fs ''perfectly made and \ r FOR LIVERY .
contains ,->'- .- >
Ohio Avenae.Residency B : :
Bailding ,
.* e roD! the best t.... .c- .t
at Ethel HoteLCfiM.10 only tobaccos, skillfully ... ;,t-- .1 :; .. > 4SJ }J

'( Ul-nded. <, a. cigar, that pleases. 4, :The Favorite Reo Touring Carused-in: '. ;:

Krrj.a".a.Noa.23crlfflL.Dn I i
,Store(Baretarf GIOOTBT) Yf'. '' ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN -> I i.Livery 7(Beating capacity for four. A .

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: ,& THOMASON, =, ,,._I Lee (Roy_ Myers Company, ., 7 --: --.-; AL :etlASTAIN. : ',;

: _. ;, Makers 4. > ',' ; > : :1 '. ; ,

-..('PHYSICIANS-& SURGEONS, .I. ,, .. ...l r Gas 4'... i. ,.Engineer. .,Proprietors- tir.! ;

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: need.of nice,wall pa- NOTICE '"J
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.CHAS. E. TAYLOR will furnish .you your Lime, Cement, 'Bfcilding-sand F

; Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. : 7

i: 'VETERINARY. .' OUR SPECIALY White Sand Lime :
') f stets-Jour patronage-Office : Brick Ask,for prices. ATLANTIC COAST -RAILWA?

jw ence-Phone! (3 rungs) 143 : .

,.... ,. ...-..- | The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. From LIVE OAK, Florida-' .' ZM

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T. J. LYLE : $32.75- Season tickets. On, sale daily with stop
} Practical overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. 3%?

HWKER AND JEWELER -: W eeIIMerchants'= Only ;' 1 $27.30 Sixty day, ticket. On sale daily with stop
35 year's experience r"'s 5U

;*4 itack 6f Watches always on hand. .-. .over. : Within.limit,, pi ticket. Good Jn,sleeper.? ;:.yf

-:-- -'- -. ,Carry :Stock of > $22.55 fifteen: .day ticket. On. sale. daily,.with stopover

Gnat Headache Cure.tromoPepsin : v ,: "' within limit of ticket.Good .
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L Comet and .Qfcelisk Flour .Meal Grits Corn
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Oats, Hay, :Lard ,D. S. Meat Canned Goods .of all only,good in coaches. ,No stop over.privfliges.Two -

)-... Note the Word Pepsin." kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee :Sugar,' Rice, daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night

-.lot. a he UrilgesUoa.' Candy; 'Crackers;' Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, train fare from Jackson llErto-Norfolk $5.00.Consult, PURPLE

:I.II'' U1REt.Be ItI Nenolls ness I Lavadiira, Exracts, 'W rittirtg) Tablets, 'Lead Pen FOLDER,, For furtherjmfonr.ation.and Pullman write to or call

,... on Frank.C. .Boylton. District. Passenger Agent, Atlantic 'CoastLine
- 'On 'the Spot. cils, Box Paper PipesPaper Bags Roll Paper.. Jacksonville Fla. i

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.ata",.--- JPor City UVBO! >K.Pharmacy*FLA By. ;- -' Qg fs Anita. Bogador Fenandey, Uncle, Big Bill'Smokers, r'E. Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R: R. Co-:

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';Visiting Merchants are Cordially inv :tsar aov1m our..uar.nla -;-

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'Kaaw of party erderin Big Picnic. ;: :. Proverbs for the FooL"I.lost ,15Ij t 611" t 1 ---Yue Jnnctio a a osi .anT =- f.
t.Ntltt S 4.nd as pwbiiab r.witkdw. There wll'l 'be a picnic ttt Antioch heavily on the races yester t to'.: I 00 %91_ aooL., : '::
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+bt ss' and church on Saturday before the' 4th .ro I't ia ''' 11
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Uck[a maxhnom of 60 Sunday. in July which will be thenth. t IS ; A'1 11
-fc dm0s and ," the sardonic person
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f. ts.w any kin4 of a be 'spared to 'make the day of "A fool for
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tor r T.-'t pRo stationery Orders, 1Mrr pleasure. RCT. ,C. A. n.dle'wUl Star. -f: : "'.';MAYO. / I':.> 'M1)! :-iLi I''i r )XI, i :.i.;'.' .II.-q. c.; ::1
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preach the dedication sermon .
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JtIIIIm. Jc ,..Local N.w.paper win deliver'addresses. Charlie' "Bon- kind phone 129. W.. 'N. Boat- --- r1. t Trt Pa-e. ?la... j,
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Nw'I.Daily Na! i Bails- Dam ..des 9asiqe
drinks and other refreshments.. '. s Iailt Owh" %+ ; .z3ss Owe Ooh
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.eoeipL.r The obJect of the to _- w. lL R aL 1L r. a[.
does ouja faroVIf d fL A:3L P. at. t Arrive Arrive Aret.. Arrive
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raise uada'to clean off and i zj 7.rss Lea. La. Lees 1.
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lrna cut tie cemetery the testing ', I".1 > ; ..... ._.__ s s s :2 ,
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I place of so many of our departed moaotenoea..l1 -, ac. ti''' : '::::::::.-...........- ::__. t 0@L.: 2 1 L s s W +
loved ones. .ETerybodjr come. .. would .a1Jf1lH7 Ar0a. Ar S : "
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X91 often Indicates ltegnlar stop. with other
ignoance information as to oonaections
A. K.. EVANS Com. Live Oak an3 Perry: For further
Live Oak with all
makes connection at (
I krpb.bStaeos.Nw.pap..,Are l:. :::: :." .:. << wisdom. lines Seaboard eallwn and se.tieket Atlantic Coast a.Xeat.lane trains.

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lUre, eafe-:1>ili3. ;i5oW', hj 'Wte..Oak Ol.i fn S.T.'KEIMSHAW.E :
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Every precaution and pr paratina..haa been The Entire $25,000 Stock of F. E;ubeiislein to out A SALE few.ugsestlona:' for eboppes st a
I [mad to serve each customer promptly bat you every line eanf1aDr.theaets ese....
win*..Om If you make eat a.LIST of.Goods 17 ss rrpreeeet.d. MaR. eft seer urr
distributed bees IT with J'OQ.' x. matte: ... ....e"
[wanted. Many, good will be. cpeaaUy reduced be in the Hands of the people crowd,with cock a mwnadam *. eM love nr.
are not advertised ber* Bring your friends ;rv-promptly and wit e8a does
[ : .'PAnTIES...of tv..a" wbs causal .....
I I-t THE' GIGANTIC SAt:L Don'tTfergetthfe] Deit e : .ale to pesoR follow the seat ao
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Invites Public Patronage. We'are doing as we-have always done; i THE WONDER' OF THE HOUR Here will be the inert
4.1 our business' founded honesty. We are making a greater effort I avalanche of,Majestic bargains ever brought together to be'laW. '
to'please our'customers than any other store in*the town. We are so short a time by any firm in Florida.
exclusive specialists in the proper fitting of Men, Boys and Children Great Closing ,
in everything they wear. Success has come to us not by chance, but Remember this well known firm has been in business for a...
as a just reward. The sale of any article is never complete until ber of years and is one ct the most trustworthy and honorable. tag.
; the customer is perfectly satisfied 3.Dd.Ve regard the. confidence of iness:firms' in this section and could have disposed of their fteci fe
O the people as one of.our most valuable-assets. We.gained this con Out -Sale of I a good advantage, but preferred placing their entire stock Ihomes &
Science by giving values, service and satisfaction and we are keeping. '
of the people who helped make the,career of this well bm -
the confidence of the people by continuing use the above methods. I firm.
In..order'_ to sell,our entire stock we have pounded the prices down I \
fto Ihe:lowest. possible point. The best qualities Clothing, Dry clalid
Rabenstein. OUR GUARANTEE: We assure every
Goods; Shoes, Hats-the very goods you need right now,;are yoursin I F. custcoer -
this s3.leat lower prices than you ever dreamed of. We will conj lute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment, every price tal

vince you by 'force-of.our,'value,giving'will give us a chance.; .1 .< J 1J : every statement made here, and:we wiH exchange any purchase tfc& .
,i to show you our goods. is unsatisfactory for any reason'Wha ver.

Guarantee \Store LI| | GEEATEST..sALE-EV KNOWN.U'| | _- ._ ,6iarantee: Stew, .

A Mighty ;: Mon y ; Say ingL fl' Event.

THURSDAY AUGUST '1st, our mammoth stock will be ready'.for the Closing Out Sale, a stock persona 11r

C Selected and comprising' everything merchandise for personal :wear'' acid for';.the1 hpme. Not a lot' of odds' and' 'en& : i

;! picked up at random, but :stocks ,chosen, with care and discretion! with Judgment: and thorough knowledge of quality. :

Every important factory in: the different lines, every reno\ ned distributing? point,'every market has been visited and revisited

and the best that they had were bought at figures',almost' unbelievably low. While the: prices are the lowest

.1' ever:known, the highest plane of'quality and high grade.styles are offered .at ,this great sale;' It is this that links togdh-

er, extraordinary savings. with absolute action. A strictly cash. sale '

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!, We have always made: sales and always made a success of them,

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Sa'ts worth $%.51) to go at*................SI.19 Taa Wansachusette" shirt 1.00': IIe.:... ;88e- White Mercerized Mohair regular h.7 Sc...... ** t
Suits worti .4.00 to go at....*....* ....*...$.25 TLe -\VausachuEette" shirt $1.:0 value.. ,,'i..S Brllllantlne 52 In wide worth $1.25 ...
Suits worth $6.00 to go at.-.........$4.50 .1- White Persian lawn regular 35c . ... ** adI.
,l B's line of $2.00 suits worth $3.00 and $4.OO Elg line of:5Cc.and 75c shirts. g.iag. at.,, ., 200 yards French Madras regular 12% .... f
iI to go at..l. O : Don't miss this Bargain.:'* < Brown:tr1ah.'llne*' regular- 20c.. J*
| Silk Mull. all colors regular 35c... ... ... **
'1 ...'..8..te...................,. Our line of clothing b complete.: It is the very.' White 3iercerizei Marseille: for shirt waist;:, 4t4
best quality carefully selected in the Northern mar suits regular 35c..v:,. .1'Q..*.*:;... **
)IE.S SUITS. kets. These are bargains that you cannot "JklerterlredJfarsellles.. regular 20c..v >*
Suits that hare sold; for $13.50 for..5 8.25Suits ., again White Mercert >16e,i 4. iii
duplicate. s '
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11 that have sold for $15.00 for.$10.75Suits ; : DRESS GOODS ASTLLAP1ESJ8K1BT8. i
that here sold for $16.50 for.....$11.50 8 ....e..a.e.4..f.t..t..e89... .t.e8.. German oil,black, regular 2 5c ...... .... J* ;
Suits that hare sold for $12.50 for........9 7.75 ff \ .....: J: ,_ Pure Silk Mohair regular $1.251.4.,..*.... Qc
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: t .SHOE8, > : I ,: Panama cloth,regular 75c........... j
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Suits that have sold for $10.00 for. ToGO ; lAce .. **
Ir"f" Suits that hare sold for $8.00 for..5 5.00W Urfit=$4.00 nIue'at;.'..*.;:.*.:.' '.:..:.t3JSO \Vhlte' linen regulaVsSc.jafd 25c..,..,..,.*..-r-...T..'-1"... ** j

Suits that have sold foor $6.50 .$ 4.00 Urfit-5.00' value at.........00 White Persian lawn regular 20c,._...>..#.- IS |
; Snow Brand $3:5(Tvalue' :'.::::-."';-:.:. ;ss.OO- 40 In' ..... JS* t tI' .. .. ...t.. ....... Snow Brand $4.00'Talne .. WhIt6"TawffTegular 25c.......
at :.' ..t3.2.'S 40-ln White Lawn regular 30c........... see
Q) DUTCHESS PANTS. Optlmus-$5.00 valno at..i..........00 Japanese Silk all colors regular 75c.. .... <* $1
Optimus, -$3.50 ralno at.... 2000 yards all colors. Lawn from 12%e to
SIP, During During this this sale sale $5.00$4.00 pants pants for.$4.00 for......;......$&25 fs.oo 25 cents................ ._... '.': **
., (; ,........... 2.75 "I"U't...... Yd-wlde guaranteed black Taffeta regular
: During this sale $3.50 pants for $
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.t I During this sale $3.00 pants for............$1.90 HATS. White$1.00 Linen Tablecloth. ",.regular..e'--..75e...,.. .. *f! 7

All/ COLORS-DIG LINE-AUL SIZES. ... Crash Towels per yard regular .
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........8,'....-..':1'... ..........,......... Pointer-$3.00 rlue at.- ._. ..$Z regular 2 5e..6.-. I
O tXDERWE.Ut--THE BEST QUALITY. Pointer-$2.50 value at.:...l!..$1.75Eutaw 1.It...t...iI..4 t 8.t" ....r.

$1.25 Suits to sell 08 cents DerbY-$3.00 value at.,....$ than LADIES SKIRTS to Mil out at 20 per _JdI
$1.00 Snits to sell for......... 88 cents S. teon-$5.00 value at..3.73 LADIES't.'AIt. WE CORSETS MEAN IT.CLOSING THEM._,- I
r 15 cents Suits to sell .... 60 cents Sunset terbY-.50 value at.-$1.73! 50c and 75c kind at. ., .........:. ..... _..
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