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 22, 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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c Idaho, July !.-Arguments > fl' I J 1
Vie, I I Starke, Fla.. July 21,-J. p. Bennett t
of William D. Haywood r I I
I sheriff of Bradford county, Florida
this morning, and for the
I shot and killed himself at
I. or perhaps three, days E. '.
dean and Clarence Darrow early hour this morning. The auI- 0"

-I for the life of their client, dde was premeditated, as the follow-_? ,

hfr.y assert is innocent of any notes found ,on his body show. ;

t vita the murder of Frank "My wife's name Is Evelyn Bennett,. -,j

and falsely accused by at Starke. Fla. '
Let her ,know and :
conspiracy tot ,
of Idaho of
she will send, my body home."
former governor.. The Den-
"You have been a good wife to me'
a, who, with Clarence Dar-
Collect wbat Is due, and pay N. T
I Chicago,,has taken a leading *

l tie defense expects to speak Bitch what I am due .:

f'ten" hours. It is possible, "I will wait until I get home before

r- that Mr. Darrow will not It. Good-by."

: Us closing: argument be- Bennett was at Pensacola when he 4'doing

:- morning. The last wrote these three notes. No other'

t !Q come from, Senator B>- light has yet been thrown on his rash
wffl speak probably on Fri- act. r

; cp the state's side of the

Mf Wood will charge the N.rthw..t.rn Farm.riQo ,It old Taurus. You .
can't pitch it too high to suIt me.- ROANOKE RIOTERS '

-, Frfoay afternoon, or more I -- : ,, -Morris in Spokesman, *R.viw. -
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oa Saturday morning; and a '- Get Jail Sentences and Heavy Fines. '

(k expected by Saturdaynlgh*,,_. THE GREAT SAWMILL PLANT
trial which cla = T'EGRO. I IS SURE. July 20.- J. P. Lester -
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r-' and Robert Ben, indicted on mis-
t; fee state did not succeedI Which C. H. Brown and, Thomas Imitating the Whites They Take Law Test Tote In Georgia House Shows demeanor charges by a special grand p

that any.of the..accused 3d Dowling, of Live Oak, Are In Their. Own Hands. I I I that Liquor Traffic Is Doomed' Jury in connection with the riots ollast
the 'actual murder. ItUMflbd >w tLarge Owners. ]I
:' Oliver Branch.,Miss.,, July 20.-Andrew -I j Atlanta July 20.-The success of Saturday night when a mob '
that Campasdano and :i (Tampa Times.) smashed all the Greek .
t restaurants
Trice a .negro accused of the the state prohibition bill cannot be

lidded 'throwing'the kidnappers party fr 1 As noted in this paper .there were murder 'of his mistress with an axe, doubted after the Tote In the House and shoeblacking places In town, ,;
even were today tried In Police
resent In this city yesterday two of was lynched here early tettay by thir Court. :
sederation ot ty members of his own race. Friday which followed a day of filibustering Lester was fined $SO and gives"sfz***-
.MtUntlng the showing by Live Oak's most prominent businessmen The when by 114 to 30 the months in jail '
r negroes took Trice from officers
i of a counter conspiracy Charles H. Brown, president of
rules Bell was fined $25 and i
who had arrested him and then suspended and the meas- sentenced ito
Y limited the argu- the Live Oak bank and Thomas Dow- thirty days in Jail.
killed his man and threw his body into ure read a second time, in spite of
l ts* defense to the evidence ling until :recently president of the I Seventeen of the twenty men Indicted "
the river. every effort made to ,
I : prevent It.
I 1y tae state corroborative Dowling Lumber company of Live, are charged with misdemeanors _

1 I tad the Impeachment of Oak where they have one mill which Mr. Cleveland a Sick Man. I.I It is only a question now of getting and will be tried in Police Court. i

lkrta "defense. alone has a capacity of 160,000 'feet the bill to vote and that it will be The other ,three are indicted for

; win take the posltkfe of lumber per day.' Mr. Dowling recently Princeton N. J., July 20.-It la'- done in the regular order next Wed- felony and will be tried In the higher

eMent,-Haywood, had not sold his Interest in the com- stated here that ex-President Cleve- nesday there does not appear to be court. -i

I with any of the crimes pany for' a large sum. land who had an attack'of acute IndIgestion _- -

I Oeehsrd'has confessed and Mee srs. Brown and Dowling had a few weeks ago has not re- any those question though similar tacticsto THE "SEW MONEY CROP.
pursued Friday
may stave it
from It I
, ed: conspirator has not come here from Odessa where they covered as quickly as expected. off for one day. '
have It is hoped now that he will be Leon County In Midst of Her BIgTobatto
1 as required by theaeyThis large lumber interests. Mr. The
vote 114 to 30
comes pretty
I able to to his summer 'home In
go Harvest
will Involve Dowling Is president and Mr. Brown being test
near a vote the
on measure }
New Hampshire by the first of Aug.
sE a>i the evidence,from the secretary and treasurer of the Qulf ; that. just about'how It'will go Tallahassee Fla-, July 20.-Leon, <

11e,1e ,_,the Coeur d'- Pine company which recently purchased when the final aye and nay roll Is county Is in the midst of a tobacco rl

. p-sist of Idaho In 1899 down the big lumber plant of Muel- the southwest and everywhere I wentI I called. True there was one or two{harvest, which promises to be both

1 of Stennenberg by Or- ler & Lntz.near Odessa. C. H. Ted- heard of Tampa. I always called I I members like Joe Hall of Bibb who:bountiful and well paid for. The demand -

ti I* He"will present the der of this city Is vice-president of for Tampa cigars, and could find I voted to suspend the rules and let the I I for tobacco was never so good

s sf tte position of the the three gentlemen I due to the shortage of the filler
def company them everywhere. I believe that I bill be read,. as they did not want to crop
*** point and dls-associate constituting the firm. 'pursue useless obstruction tactics. in Cuba and In some measure to the
Tampa is now the largest city In the
l sad the Western federation In conversation with a Times man, i But these were few. The great bulk strike of the Havana cigar makers.

-f; of par tlclpatlon In Mr. Brown said the company was state and the one that has the great- of the vote from was those who are The acreage in this county has been

ifc vUch Orchard earned making big Improvements on its est future." actually and squarely for prohibition. doubled during the year and the prospect

t*<- "Bess Killer." equipment and was entirely rebuild- He spoke enthusiastically of the fu- and they voted then as they are goingto is that it will be more than doubled

ing the large planing mill. When ture of Tampa as a deep water port. continue to vote--like the folks at during the next year. Leon

|his fa Lack Again. the present arrangements planned "With the wharf facilities here you. home want them to. county now has about 200 acres UDder -

have been completed the mill will The opponents of prohibition have shade, which will produce from
%,JKr, July 20. A should and would handle the bulk of
special 600 to 900 pounds to the acre. The
"** hue'a capacity of 80,000 feet of had their hearing In the committee
Ky, says that the export lumber business of the price according to grade ranges be-
lumber per day. The mill just noW'Is rooms, and that is just about the ex-
a7 instructed the not turning out much more than state" he said, "and there is much tent of the fight which they will have tween CO cents and 85 cents, come of ;

i of James Hargis. onT one-third .this amount, for several other trade that will find its way ,the opportunity to make outside of bringing as much as ft a pound. The 1'

,. In tie assassina- reasons, one of them being that the through this port when you have deepwater the brief filibustering In which cer- crops In Gadsden. Jackson and Madison E
E' Cox to;'acquit counties Is also and the *
e present condition of the lumber trade tain anti-prohibition members of the .

is not very encouraging."Our Mr. Brown has been a recent In- House may indulge in. For the rest!, prosperity which promises to come
case against Har- vestor In improved property in this to the tobacco farmers has created a ."
company is capitalized at it will have to be taken out in passing

rtapUdty' in the $750,000." said Mr. Brown "and we city .and he Is highly pleased with all resolutions to which the House will I great demand for tobacco lands, oi

sc rtaes. and Hargis have 51,000 acres of round timber to of his Investments. He also owns listen patiently and then pass the bill. which can now be bought In some sections

.: # %e ourt room a free cut. We have tram roads leading 8,000 acres of virgin land near Tho- For all the effect these resolutionshave i for as low a figure as f 25 an

414C Instructions fol- into this timber and we are extending notosassa, in this county. they might as well not be passed., acre ranging upward to $100. .
_*val of Attorneys Speaking of his home town he I I The probability is that the farmers I
them all the time. It Is conservatively Members Top.
Prohibition on
far tie Live Oak will pay all the initial cost with the
prosecution estimated that our pine timber will lad the last census gave
e kwyera: and that it has The prohibition members realize first year's crop. The most of the
stating of 7,200
044: cut 200,000,000 feet of lumber and population
aaable to since that time.fThe that they have the advantage and Florida tobacco Is sold In York and
produce had a steady growth
we have sufficient black cypress to cut 1
determined to make the Lancaster counties of PenDQITanfa.thegreatclprmuuhdurlnc ,
its water they are
former cashier of the defunct AM town recently purchased
... most of It. In fact they consider that center
today d! private concern. paying .
can bank at Manila, was plant from a '
being they are making a great concessionIn The Sumatra leaf Is grown here a1J-.;-
who last week sad tenced to Imprisonment for el $32,000 for It, payment
the effect of the bill most exclusively. It Is used In the .
Isse their bak sot years and ten months, on convict made In city bonds at par, the bond postponing
until January 1. 1908 Instead of manufacture of cigars that retail for
The w&er
meats wi F. of having falsified notes _purportto paying five per cent interest. -
Bakery to f amis Ien's be part of the assets of the baA ; rates there which were $10 for making it Immediately effective upon 5 cents-
** opening and about twenty-fire passage. The threat has been made!
my ne unless filibustering tactics The Ladles' Missionary Society of
service be- over cleansing clean cooling soc jer ,cent additional ,for each, extra openly '
Church win meet tomorrow -
be the Baptist
tie aad ing. healing housetold remed jpenlng.. will now; be reduced. The cease. an, amendment will ,
onto the'bill making It effective afternoon at the church. Subject .
will b'e Baraiementa DeWitt's Carbollzed Witch H kid concern also allowed any numj tacked
Salve. Sold by Live Oak D j of opening at a flat rate of $25 as soon. as It receives the Gover- fqr the meeting: "State ,Mis
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nor's signature.
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'' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .D.' No. 4, ten shares.J. I Ohio Avenue eastward 1,032 feet tal W. C WHITE Executor.
If. t 4 LETTERS ,PATENT. M. Hingson. Lire Oak. Fla. R. White Street In White's Addition to I Live Oak. Fla. July 5. 1907 d-9 4 irantee Storevent ,
F. D. No. 2. fire shares.J. th eCity of Live Oak Florida thence .
; ,; Notice Is hereby siren that the T. Ward. Lire Oak. Fla., R. ?. south along the western boundaryline
of said White Street ,COPY OF ORDER FOR PUBLICA
J : undersigned, on the 20th day of D. No. 4. ten shares.E. fifty (50)
lY feet thence west parallel with the TION.
>i[." Aug.,..&. D. 1907 apply to Hon. N R. WISE.W. first line 1,032 feet t -
boundary above
, ,la The Third Judicial Circuit Court
". B. Broward. Governor of the State of C. BEVAN. to Ohio Avenue, thence north along
l'Florida._ ., for Letters Patent, Incort .(Seal R. J. ALLEN the eastern boundary line of Ohio III in and For- Sawannee County..Flor-t,'.- .- SS.__.
porating The Union Milling and Supply Avenue fifty (50)' feet to point of Ida.State. 1\\11'
Company under the following of Florida )
beginning; excepting therefrom three
,' articles of incorporation: J. M. HINGSON. (3) feet deep across the northern I uwannee County.) To Whom It May COSMO
; E. R. WISE. JT. T. WARD. part of the Parshley family burial' D. H. Wilson. ) Notice is hereby tire
W. C BEVAN.R. State ot Florida. ground as now enclosed within the 1 i Plaintiff ) Board of County CwasfcteSawannee
ti'\c' J. ALLEN Suwannee County. iron fence enclosing the same and I TS. Civil Action by At-
't.c.: T. A. MIKELL Before me. ;J. B. Johnson a notary which is included within the above:;, J. W. Hosford. ) tachmenLDefendant County Florida.<
: J. M. HINGSON.J. public for the State of Florida at description.And ," ) the 23d day of July, A. tt S
T. WARD. large personally came E. R. Wise. you will then and there show I Whereas D H. Wilson as plaintiffin -o'clO a. DL, meet _
4- Articles of Incorporation. W. C. Beran. R, J. Allen T. A. why the same should not be taken said cause has obtained an attachment Tin I
.. ARTICLE 1. Mikell. .. M. Hlngsan and J. T. Ward for the uses and purposes get forth In I out of the above named Court county Assessor of
tw ". The name or this corporation shall who each beics duly swcrn says that i the petition or else you will be I I issued on, to-wit: 31st day of May County at the elertt ok*
be The Union Milling and Supply barred. 1907. against the estate of the said Cak. Florida, for tt* *3
Company." and its principal place of they have u and read the foregoing Witness the Hon. Bascom H. I defendant, J. W. Hosford. which at- eqnalUJif!
business shall be in Suwannee County articles of incorporation, and that era Judge of the Circuit Palm-I I tachment has been levied upon the reviewing and
State of Florida. they each signed same for the purposes wannee County. Florida, as also J. i following described property of the sessment rolls of s14 Ca
'f'-_' ARTICLE II. therein mentioned and set' W. Bryson its clerk.and the seal of efendant, to-wit:One-eighth undivided for the purpose ot.le1lf1&
That the general nature of the forth said court at the courthouse in Live' interest in and to that land lying and receiving testimony a s a
,. business of said corporation shall be Oak Suwannee County Florida this. and being in the County of Snwannee.
tl" Saw Milling Cotton Ginning Grist Sworn to and subscribed before me 10th day of June. A. D. 1907. and State of Florida and more parti- value of any prop rty,ttf
: Mill and dealing in General Merchandise this 15th day of June. A. D. 1907.J. (Seal) J. W. BRYSON. cularly described as follows to-wit: al as fixed by the Cow6
g! and Farmers Supplies and B. JOHNSON.. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County South half.of the northwest quarter 0: Taxes for the purpose*
,L the Manufacture of Cotton Seed Pro- Florida. 49 and the northeast quarter of the
'S: ducts. Notarr Public State cf Florida. I CARTER & McCOLLUM. outhwest quarter of section four (4).. for the present year
\- ARTICLE III. Attorneys ,for Petitioner. 'township five (5), south of range W .&. TEGS!

The amount of capital stock of this I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice. fifteen (15), east; said property held Chairman Board CwtttjO*
corporation shall be Fire Thousand l :in common with A.T.Hosford of said
Notice to creditors legatees dieI All creditors legatees distributers ers.Attest
Dollars,- divided,into fire hundred !
k ., shares of the par value of Ten Dollars -I(tributees and all persons having and all persons having claims or demands county; for the sum of one hundred :
,s each. The said capital stock against the estate of Horace I and twenty-four (1124.00) dollars J. W. BRYSOS. ad. '
shall be in lawful of the claims or demands against the estateof founded
: paid money i F. Dexter late of Snwannee on a promissory note. Whereas
United State ;J. R. Newlan. late of Suwannee county reedpleasure
t it appearing from affidavit that One of ins days we
,'". ARTICLE IV. County Florida, to present said deceased are hereby called, upon to the said defendant is absconding concealing as well U yUk
That the term for which this corporation present the same to the underslgnd .
himself *
'' claims or: demands me at Dowllng and that he resides health. Is the CM
;" shall exist shall ba ninety- Park. Florida within one year from within t.o years from date as r*. ,out of the limits of the State of Flor our wW >* -
nine years ida, it is therefore ordered that the became acquainted
r ARTICLE V. the first publication of this notice ,wired by ttw.LIZZIE I said defendant. J. W. Hosford and New Life Pills the P815

The business of said corporation or this notice will be plead'in bar of I DEXTER, I other persons who are interested are that cure headache M* .
shall be conducted by a President allowance out of said estate. : RUBY DEXTER. hereby required to appear to the ac- bowels rim
Vice President. SecretaryTreasurerand W. A. NEWLAN l ExecutrixesMay I tion. on the fifth day of August. 1907.,. and keep the **
a, board, of six Directors. That 24 i907. the same being the Rule Day of the Barclay & Groover's Dnt
the board of directors shall be elect-I Administrator of estate of J. R.I m24-St 1 said Court, at the office of the Clerkof I
:_ ed annually by the stockholders. and: 6-28-91 l the said Court at the Court -House
y : the officers of said corporation shall I t Newlan. deceased. .. 110TICE. .I of the said County atU.Te Oak,
.V'. be elected at the annual meeting of --- ---"- Notice is hereby given that the Florida. Unless you sa appear
F'' the board cf directors to be held on I I IVS NOTICE.To I i Judgment will be rendered against
; the first Saturday in August of each ,i Emma L. Parshley. as executrixof undersigned as administrator of the you and your property sold for debt. : CRXN s S
k': year. The first election shall be held< and for the estate of Nancy M. Estate of J. A. Adams deceased, will I It is further ordered that this order
"s In August. 1907. That until the first Para le1'. deceased. H. F. Airth and on Monday the 13th day of ;January:I I be published once a week for two
election under this charter the busi-: I month.immediately preceding said e
the Suwannee Hotel Co., a corporation 1908 present his vouchers receiptsand
.ness of said corporation shall be con day. in the Suwannee Democrat, a
'< ducted by R. J. Allen. President;. W.| and to all persons interested in report of and for the Estate of weekly newspaper published in said Laxative Fruil
_ :. C. Bevan. Vice President; T. A. or:having liens upon the property in J. A. Adams deceased and there- I County and State.

i"... Mikell. Secretary-Treasurer; and the I this notice described-Greeting: upon apply for his final discharge as Witness my hand and seal of said
i Board of Directors shall be: E. I Court'thIs 31st day of May 1907. to oM
I You and each of you are hereby required administrator of the Pleasant
said estate.J. .
Wise. W. C, Bevan. R. J. Allen. R.t (Seal) J. W. BRYSON
A. Ulkell. J. M. Hingson and J. | the to Court appear house in our in Circuit Live Courtat Oak H. WETHERLINGTON. t Clerk of the Circuit Court The new 1xUtiVe-

f; Ward i 5th of 7-5-Sm Suwannee County. Florida.
the day
.. S Florida on August.
ARTICLE VI. W. H. nausefCures
t; | 1907. in that certain cause whereinthe not gripe or i
: amount of indebtedness -
VS That the highest AdmlnIstrator'j Attorney for Plaintiff.
V' Florida, is 6-7-2mo
Live Oak.
of I
or liability to which this! City EXECUTOR'S i ='cl1.t
petitioner and you are respondents SLOG
be subjected
at time -
can any
is twenty-five hundred dollars. and wherein It is sought to condemnand Notice Is hereby given that sixty chstipatioa ***;.
..Z- ARTICLE VII. appropriate for public use as a days after the first publication of this troubles and -
street the following described piece
-V That the names and residences of and being notice. I. as executor of and for the by rt
..,V subscribers to the capital stock and parcel of land lying ES'Troprietor
of the this corporation and the amount situate in Suwannee County Florida, estate of Jno. F. White deceased actor v.'<.v
subscribed by each are as follows: to-wit: will make my annual report an< natural
Fla.. R. FD Beginlng fct a point on the eastern file 11..>jct .
V Lire Oak.
R. Wise. vouchers of said estate azt
a E. boundary line of Ohio Avenue In the to the ach liver
No* 4'Bevan.ten shares.Lire Oak. Fla.. R. F, City of Lire Oak. Florida directly opposite Honorable; N. Conner Count) etiubstn''
W. C. the northern boundary line Judge at his office in Retuae
the .
city ot Liv
, ten shares.
b. ro.J.z.Allen. UTe Oak. Fla. R. F,of Wilbur Street as it now stands on Oak :Florida and ask that the "h"f
.R. and
the western side of Ohio Avenue .
I No-4. five shares I with be approved. FLORIDA. pi'
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from thence at right
)11kel1. Live Oak Fla.. R. F. run I.
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die *our.Italians Lights
at capital punishmentthe of ALWAYS
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of New Orleans who Electric Lights Look for'the Coca-CoI G owaeand '
Btsna any part of the city furnished Label sad are
tip strangled about for guaranteed the best drink -Coca-Cols -
...'wed and Residence or Business Houses at. : Dgredienta are always exsntiv ....- iaProplrtlcnate -.
a very reasonable ana*you a good, uniform
..-a sdn rate. drink aH the time- over
v ,..prMct. which was after returned the Electric pow ..rDay'and night current-for: man actur- wit hfor the earboaa.tiDg bottled PI'Oduc or tadoonead
tonight :
dark refrigerator J
bed and guaranteed by the
: Si been out forty-five minutes ing purposes. .
:"2 O.*ptidano. Mrs. CamplsdanoJJJ1 Wholesale ond.retail Ice-outof City orders have Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
(pest sad Frank Gendnsa guilty attention, and all orders aromptly fulled. JAcKSoNvILLE FLA.
e8b'set. Talk of LynchingIte ; We win give you_ good prices on low grade ceiling and

sleiee.greeted the fore-: flooring Come and get our prices. live Oak Bottling Works Distribators. Suwannee, 'H n.
Tallor and LaFayette eouatie&..
ELrtamiow1- hour after

S? OJoamed it was reported that "HHH
1t-t Excursion IIIIIIIIMiniMI *
to Savannah
dons for a 17nchinS'tonight' Ga.
seder _*7. A Physician offence =

gave out a state-1 Round trip $3.00; to Charleston, S. C. round SEABOARDAirline I It
-aeekrtng that the good people
Antics repudiated the ftrdct"l: trip $5.00. Special train leaves Jacksonville 9:00 t

L ant It a "prostitution A. M. on July 16th via the ATLANTIC :
Railway. :1
tTbe lynching report spread asa il COAST LINE. ReturningVon train : :
any to
Kew Orleans and the local of- up .

were apprehensive that a party July '3 I. For further information apply to Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, };j

t be made up in that city to aid I RANK c. BOYLSTON. District Passenger Agent. Raleigh, Richmon. Washington, Baltimore

i iota aa attempt. 138 West Bay'St., JacisonvBe. fIa.I Philadelphia and New York. -'
: were returned to the I
its prisoners ,

> (bade.standing parish In jail.the an isolated fields a I Pitts&McEwen L1NTON&MEEKS TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS\ DOILY\ .

'of.a. mile away from any

_the.MU prisoners It was deemed back to unwise New Or-to Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail : ; :

General Agents.
I train tonight. The sheriff.
? I Wholesale and Retail
kat til* prisoners in charge has .

lualy,declared that he can pre- For the General Accident I& Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .,

-IjtcUsc of these.Italians in.his Assurance Corporation of Dealers in Flori-
Jt sad b* is looked upon as cap-

_.dOng them in almost anyFfvMv PHILADELPHIAAccident da and WesternMEATS : The Jamestown Exposition Line ?

,Xat the Actaal Murderers.' ,

J|ft*IMf isys trial which closed and Health Insuranceon ; : Excursion\ Tickets on Sole Daily

; tie state did not succeed In

;that anyof the'\accused combo popular Monthly Premium Phone 24. For full information .and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
of Seaboard, or write,
actual mur er. It was plan. .

1 taat his ; ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville Fla.. |
tWeWe4 the kippers from Prompt deliveries .-

-, *ism'Uuo1l'1De'parf.7 of

i *C ft* trail when they were All policies issued and claims I anywhere .ih the .

j e Mi a sicrtdstance of the boy' r
paid from this office.
...I pis**about an hour before his City. F OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT

Twttfjtac la his own de- .

4 itocaf Ctaptseiaao did not deny is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is w

M ttateed that he had been Agents Wanted Use Kennedy's' Laxative Cough t broad enough to accommodate all. and .

i} I tr tfcrcaui of death to act as syrup Contains no opiates. It i HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: ; #
i ... Gendusa the
Osilagtro was drives the cold of the
out i
system by
! i fer... ransom money. gently moving the bowels. Con f L- The young folks with their small savings.

: ....4teg to witnesses. OFriCC POST OFFICE Building."tains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly + 2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fund i
# to procure a home or a competency for old age.
MlMl kidnapper who stole as good as maple syrup. Children
d' 3.The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and
they s4 save him to the kidnap- Live Oak - Florida.'< like it. Sold by Live Oak Drug I the income provided, I
As1a I d-w
dealed this while testiMs Store.
>E it- own defense today. .. 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other. investment. .i

tensed today that the Alabama Cotton Crop. t THE FIRST. NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida ,
imiiiiiu were Angelo Incara- -
ff Lacaeal. These four Montgomery Ala..July 20.-In reports +. . -. . . . I I . . . . . . . ...f

*be.*captured.i made to President Seymour of r

o i also implicated in the the Alabama section of the cotton as- fT i

bash 6*tbia and NlcoUaa, hid sociation It Is indicated that the cotton % % f

** **f whom will be tried next crop in Alabama with average D
conditions from now on will make 65

t o TO per cent of a crop. With ideal '
w s State soldiers reached
conditions 80 per cent may be made. !
i Jail late tonight, after -
tin a mob of sevral
The Charming Woman
pseIla i la Gre.tna. La., who an caused by Indigestion. If you eat s .
l hMe the la not necessarily one of perfect form little too much or if you are subject to +as sus
train :;
crew to side ;
aDd features. Many a plain woman attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt
Us aifttU special. The mob had shortness of breath rapid heart beats
*Ns to get Hahnrille who could never serve as an artist's heartburn or palpitation of the heart ;
For SicK Livers
Indigestion causes the stomach to
model possesses those rare qualitiesthat expand-swell, and puff up against the
Sb at Gretna, all the world admires: neatness. heart. This crowds the heart and inter-
feres with its action and In the coon of
sienna, July 18--A posse is clear eyes clean smooth skin and time the heart becomes diseased. A PURELY VEGETABLE

lIuEbt at Gretna across the the sprightliness of step and action COMPOUND
1** Orleans
with the ax- that accompany good health. A physically KodolFor
epee> of making an attempt CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA.
weak woman is never attractive QUICKLY CURES I .MALARIA.CHILLS and
-ate b; train and at-
Electric Dyspepsia
1 not even to
MSSbeen made to secure ai,1.5 A GUARANTEED CURE for aQ diseases produced by
Bitters restore weak women give and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur-
HahnTille is on the digests what you eat takes the strain off TORPID LIVER
strong nerves, bright eyes smooth of the heart and contributes nourishment kchaMd today may save you a sick spell tomorrow.
velvety skin beautiful complexion. strength and health to every organ of the
.e ..,. morning the posse In Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover body. For Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Sour or CHILLS AND FEVER urn ;

The prisoners will Druggists. 50 cents d-w Stomach membranes Inflammation lining the Stomach of the and mucous Diges CALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED !

t 11eebablT on Monday by jve Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh Mr. W.-WhltewelU Emory Tesv. ;
'Ca a._who meat give themwitnessed )f the Stomach, writes: "My child had chill sad lever ,
Mulford Sentenced. kinds of
We tried aU
jilC food would dlstrtM maktef for yers.:
Manila July 20.-P. O. Mulford, w 7 heart palpitate sad I would T wwk-.1.9Sna11y medicines and finally usea
I got a boUl.oI Kodol aDd it pwe nn taw_ mine recommended Heroine.
,C former cashier of the defunct American tiat.r.19.L Met bottles I&III cw iii.KRS. .
.LORING NICHOLS.Pam Yat., it.T. now-'ely
t Happening.s bank at Manila was today sentenced .
trouble aDd was in a bad slats u.1 to publish this testfanoaisl. as I :
= Y, has to imprisonment for eight bad I bad bMrt stomadl troUble wIt>a iL I took Kodol D75PaCarefclr p i. fullY recommend Herbtoe to sH mother

s ,remarkable cases of years and ten months on convictionof about loUr ma AaU H..s..Q having children affiJCted*mine." t.

%v t corded. Amos P. having falsified notes purportingto UI'iE 80TTIE. 5k GET TK OWBBilURQ II&

ic+ liee'says: "Bucklen's be part of the assets of the bank.A Digests What You Eat SlOW UI1MEMT Cl. j

:mod a sore on my ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

' I' had suffered over cleansing clean cooling soothing l,=...f pe, ..., I .c.. f ..=..4-
;.r now elghty-fiTe." healing housetold remedy Is RECOMMENDED BY
se all ores by Bar- DeWitfs Carbolized Witch Hazel The Live Oak DrugCompany. SOLD AND

2k. Salve. Said by Live Oak Drug Store. Suwannee Drug Company.

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, .. -3i t.: BBYA3PS ISSUE. IIlIli-IUflll'-lIti, -l llilll1' l l 'f@m. ,. 'J .i.J'!', .. -
\ UYEOAKBAlLVIEieCRiT- Mru Bryan lias at last found a par-

;! Published: every Afternoon amount"Issue: ,for the'Democratic- party ;

;<: Except Sunday. ta go ,before the country on. next Ii t i'i',MUlL>"

'::4 year.In an address statement issued REIf SCHEDULE

.:. GHA& W.;, m vEditor and M'G'T to the public last Saturday he .. .
> ; -
.' says that there is. no desire anywhere
,> Entered at. the Postoffice. Lire Oak;
-. tomake, government ownership
Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter. -

." November 7. 1305. of railroads 'an issue In 1908. < ; BEGINING Ly 17tlu
but that the Democratic 'party muSt ;;.,,'.

stand for their regulation by both :,
THE LITE Oil POBUSHHG COMP1ST. state and national governments. He : > Leave Suwannee" Springs 6:30 A. M. Arrive Live Ok "-4...

.. insists that the rate law passed by "
: : # 11:30 Ii. Springs
u Live Oak. Kfeirft
F. THE'TJAILY DEMOCRAT will be the last Congress Is a failure -and ..
;-'mailed: to anT part of the United : 'x" Live
saysi"It : 1:00 P. M. Oak lyi
.._ States, pastage prepaid for $5:00. Springs ".,
and '
alms to stop re-
!?_ ;:per year; $2.54 for,six months; passes 6:00 h" Springs
Live *
_ / % |1.25 for three menthe or 50 cents bates. The railroads profit pecuniarily ,

'. aY' tor fire weeks in advance. De- ,. by both the stoppage of rebates "

. '': -- ....' Uvered to any part of the city, by and- the prohibition of passes but FARE 5 0C. Each Way

,:> :''canter" for 10 cents per week. extortionate rates still -xist. State PHOIK 109 r---

,:.: :. --. -. f legislation for the reduction of rateshas
"I though your son was going in
? i
.. resulted in an agitation on the

'. a lawyer's, office to study. ?" **No; :part of the railroads- legislation HAST AlN
. ,'I IT AL
he has decided to practice the UDif" I which will deprive the state of authority .

and centralize all state legislation '
: ; : .written.Law;,it la the least expensive 1''I
In congress. 1 .
; ':" :"course.**-Baltimore American. '
! "The Democratic party ,must meet : ; Starts from City Pharmacy

r-: : the issue presented; it must resist the '

[-T::' : dispatch from Valdosta says that encroachment on the authority of the
House Caw 25 cents extra. - Baggage Tranportation per 100 fes.
the inauguration of prohibition in states. It'must insIst'upJn the exercise 'I; ;

:; that city has not unsettled values or of federal power for the reg- ,.

has any of the depressing effects sox ulation of interstate commerce and .

it must insist upon the exercise of 11111111 i 1111111111111 in 11 n
f .confidently predicted by the peopleopposed
j state authortiy for the exercise of all -
::"" to it 'during .the recent wet ,which clearly showed the position of:
:of the power vested In, the state. This
and also at Omaha- WI 1ard'Stager '
t and dry campaign there. Most of Question has grown in Importance League the passenger excursion train and t frill
had come to Ionia recently
j .the,saloon men will go into other during the past year and Its prom- from Kansas City, where his mothernow I|that the freight had .encroached on l If POt a an

t, lines of business right there and inence will be increased if any attempt lives. Edward Gallagher Is the the other train's running time. The

ismade to impair state
nearly $300,000 will be put into new au- son of an ex-mayor of I nla. Henry special train was due at Salem at
thority. The Republican party is as
r. buildings there right away. Closing Reynolds; was a Per 'Marqu tte engineer 9:15 a. m., and at Plymouth at 9:20a. THEYS."Star ;
Impotent to regulate the railroads as
Detroit on the excursion
a, the saloons in a town never yet hurt ,it ,1s to exterminate the trusts and bound for m. It passed Salem on times I
train to take out his regular
:the'trade of the town; the invariable :to reform the tariff The time card of the special was

rg effect Is to improve it. : "The Democratic party has In three train. telegraphed to the freight crew In the,
Running Down Grade.
:national campaigns demanded
i effective form of the train order and this order
railroad regulation while the The passenger train of eleven cars 1
;: It the old brindle cow should get with the signatures of the freight
Republican national platforms have carrying the Pere Marquette shop em
out many a daddy would walk the their families to train crew attached was recoveredby
been silent on the subject. The ployes of Ionia and

streets half the night looking for her presldeJ t" has partly adopted the the Michigan metropolis for their an- the officials of .the road. The 1
but let a twelve-year-old: kid fail to Democratic view, on this subject but nual excursion was running at high freight crew left the scene early but

show up and the old guy retires for so far the Republican leaders have speed, probably 50 miles an hour railroad officials said that they explained Brand Shoes An Bte

the night Vi houtlCTenan 'anxious resolutely; opposed It. The president dawn: a steep-grade. It, struck the 3
simply that they had forgotten. -
is helping to educate the people lighter locomotive of the freight train: May be you have hem pat j
We dare Otb
thought. hopefuls 1 up to the need of railroad legislation with such terrific force turn the The collision occurred at' t:IS great-deal of expense ta&\

5- over the future of the human but his party; under its present freight engine completely around. a. m.. 'and the freight train should venience by buying r&di

tong as father and mother think more leadership. Is powerless to accomplish The wrecked locomotives this after- have reacehed. Salem at 9:10 to be did notfit, did not lss3a:
of rounding up a $15 cow or a $S this or any other Important noon lay side. by side. both headed within their .orders. shape did not wear nil

'..'. shoat than they do of corralling their reform. If the Democratic party east Only a few. of the freight cars likely the soles on sea dS

r, -r will clearly and unequivocally demand were smashed-and it was only a few
sons and daughters! In many places Constipation. shoes ripped tad pulled t&
-1:, first the ascertaining of the hours work Co remove all traces of
::';I|the 7 ug'f lks have a dangerous F..constipation there Is nothing
r" .' value of all the rallrads; second the them from tie scene., But behind We have a line that w2 fit!
sway of tramping the streets or warmIng wrecked quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stomach ** k"
locomotives the nobreaki&f
preventing of over capitalization the two six cars start. :

o a bench In the park until the stars and third the reduction of rates toa of the passenger train lay piled in a and Liver Tablets. They always essary. They will WI!

i-: grow dim.-Gainesville Sun. point where they; will yield only a hopeless wreck. produce a pleasant movement of the shape for they are bone i

reasonable return on the real value Four of the passenger coaches remained bowels without any disagreeable ef- by expert shoe makers ia:

The New York World takes this of the rude, it will commend itself on. the track undamaged and fect. Price. :5c. Samples free.. ty factories.

not only to Democrats but to those were used to' convey the dead and injured 'Barclay & Groover and all .
shot at the unwritten law as illus druggists.wky Bound weB fa the!
Republicans who have been led to to Ionia; one coach, was entirely t to wear

trated, by the recent pardon of a white I IJ study the railroad question. The undamaged"with only its forward leather and material it ..

murderess in Mississippi by the governor railroad situation presents a vital issue trucks off the rails. These were the i

of that State; and the issue should be so stat- rear five cars. The two coaches next "Local Overflow"Rev. every pair.No i.
chance for the sole
"Gov. Vardaman of Mississipppl ed that every one can understand the ahead of those were telescoped. I ..
off for they are pat Ga
I party's position. ,
the Birdsong case decides that a woman Coach Stands on End. .
Bean who was In charge of clinch fastening.

Is justified in murdering her THIRTY ARE KILLEDIn The next car forward stood almoston the Orphanage at Arcadia was here t This is a shoe to tana

paramour if he gets drunk and reveals end after the wreck. Its forwardend Saturday. He reports the Institution service and dress wear to*

their relations. Why not re- Train Collision Because Conductor resting on the roadbed and the flourishing and there are about sixty They are made of fes .

Forgot His Orders. rear end high In the air upon the two children now being provided for. I
peal the written law and depend en- the leather that poles

tirely on the unwritten law? Then Salem. Mich.. July; 20.-Thirty persons telescoped coaches that had been fol- and wears so long.Youhadjustasweate.
lowing it. The two coaches were DeWltt's Little Early Risers. Small
are dead and more than 70 Injured ,
the country could dispense with the thrown crosswise of the track and lay sure, safe pills. Sold by Live Oak .
many of them seriously, as the
President and Congress with Governors suspended from bank of the cut. five Drug Store. d-w. Family" shoes, get iatiand
result of a head-end collision today j
legislatures. Judges courts between this village and Plymouth or six feet above the rails. Of the pleasure from tTtJ'

sheriffs and police while each per- when a Pere Marquette excursion baggage car not enough remained to R. Bowling, wife and daughters and pay no more tbaa it"

son enacted his own law and enforced train bound from Ionia to Detroit show where it had been tossed. Por- and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Williams. left ordinary kind.

it with a shotgun. Why waste all crashed into a westbound freight ina tions of the baggage car and of the yesterday for a trip to New York and Men's-__...___..-_...._..$ tI.

this thing cut located at a sharp curve abouta locomotive tenders and freight cars other paints on pleasure bent and Boys .______......_.......- tt.l3ta J I
on a
money superfluous were piled in an indescribable will be ,
mass absent two weeks
mile or
east of Salem. more. Women's -'----
like government of debris. -----------------5-
Following is the list of dead all of Misses -------------------------s':
The twenty-eight bodies first When ---
which, with a single exception, lived taken you want draping of any Children's..... ....$1.10>>
from the wreck were shipped to Ionia kind, phone 129. W. N_ Boat-
Prof. Tom F. McBeath.. the well- in Ionia; Homer Smith a boy; Al- Stan
and the Injured were placed two ;lht. "We walk on
known Gainesville educator,, who is bert Trautwine. John Tofel. Charles on U "
trains one of which headed for De- So can You
also editor of the Florida School Ex- Hess Herman Hess Daniel Hess ,'
troit and the other forlonia. There Sheriff Rickerson went to Dunnel- DOWLING LUA\SfR"
William Cornell. Don Rogers Lowell
ponent, makes an appeal to the teachers -, were about thirty-five Injured peopleon lon yesterday to take Carrolin Jamescol
Mich.; Dick Jones Mrs. Abraham
and school officers of this Stateto Eddy, Edward Gallagher. Frank each train. ( ) to the gang for sixty days. She DOWLLNG PAUL J1J.

Later in the the was convicted of ... """"'"
come to his assistance and help Douse L. K. Merrell. Henry Reynolds body of Ed. petit larceny in III '
Corwan the head brakeman Madison county.E. Little Miss Eunice PI'ter
of the
him give to the public such a school ; a Pere Marquette engineer; ..
passenger train was taken out of the of Mr. and Mrs. J. It .
journal as it deserves. There shouldbe Charles McCauley. Sr.. Alf. F. Herbert ."
wreck. P. Groover from '
went to Saturday
Luraville a party;
Edward Darling Charles Broad .
a prompt response to this appeal and Mayo this morning and the occasion being her 1 *7: ;
aged 18. James Vizard, Wilktrd on Relief Train. expects ::
from \he four thousand men and that today and to-morrow game
Stager; William Gott, Mrs. will com- They played f I
August Fireman Knowles died on'the relief *....
In Florida directly engagedin plete the repair work cake wee *
women on the long distance ice cream and f
Richter. Fred Fitzgerald BrakemanEd
train enroute to Detroit bringing the ** .
the cause of teaching. The school telephone.The a general good time RU :
Corwan Fireman Knowles. William list of dead to. thirty, with a possibility Saner sand I

Exponent is a periodical: of such Evans Frank Latham,* Benjamin that more bodies might be guest brought Miss
contract was let Saturday for the occasion win 1 oil" _
marked ability that it is quoted In Durling. Charles Fenton. fireman found In the wreckage and that several the building of ,- fI1
stores those p'
freight engine Harry Williams -of the on Ohio bered. Among ..
injured .
all parts of the country and Its contents may die.. Responsibility avenue on the Emma Parshley lot. Lollie CtJIIIiI
E J. Pixley conductor
passenger is placed
are of a character to be helpful squarely upon the to be cut up in 21 rooms in the see- Edith Barton. LHH 1
train, crew of the freight train.
teacher who ,takes a pride I on ,story it will be built of sand- Rachal Bardin. HesrW**
,to the Charles, Herman and Paul Hess Officials who arrived at 'the If
'Is ambitious to increase scene lime and red brick and W. H. Good- Helen Wolf. Wanaa PV'f] ,
In the work and were brothers. James Vizard was a 6 the wreck soon after the accident pc
bread has the
his or her efficiency In the I well known minor league ball player secured from the freight the;;; orders 000 worth of contract. With 35. I ren Mary Lancaster, sa gasl3i i
work. Jails
great-cause.; .** t who had played In the Central under which It war running and is Mr.Good.brea.d Bessie Ingersoll.
feeling up in the world: I t Jewel PeaTeT.J .


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is again with the 1....L. Ramsey of was"here' Willard '
Young C. 1
B. W. Altoni Sunday H.
Busby, of Alton was in the E. G. Godbold of Mayo wu here 1 i
Co. (''yesterday. . '
Oak Drag his _
1 1r I I family here. -> city'yesterday yesterday
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t c. (Case and wife of Alton, were' A. Masters went to South Florida iis. Nelms returned to Lire Oak I Hunt Blanchard and wile of the C. Munr.e of Dowling Park was In -:

{- visitors to Live Oak. yesterday on a visit to his wife. Saturday Park, are visiting In Jasper.Col. the city yesterday. :
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c,,@anter,'Of, Perry SundayedOak. G. N. Trawick of' Mayo, was here S. G. Davenport ,same up from F. Y. Smith of Alachua was Rufus Griffin of O'Brien la here today

f&. talt.I. today on business. Mayo today on business.Dr. here today en route to Tallahassee. i ii it i on business. ,',

; fflrard the jeweler, visited Marvin Butler Is reported sick In L. :M. Anderson was over fromLake t Win. Barker of Jasper was here Mrs. Tent and son went to Mad-

i yule yesterday bed today. ? City yesterday. yesterday: visiting Bevel Davis. 1s n yesterday on a visit to friends.

to4M. .
.ML Della Williams returned to ; Miss Booker_ of Jasper. was here Lon Mobley of port'er Station'.spent Mrs.; J. J. Kinsman went to JacK- Mrs. J. M. Shaw, of Perry'.was

* -festerday. yesterday. Sunday in Live Oak. sonvllle yesterday. here yesterday en route to McAlpin.G. .

A. JIlL C. B. Hewett of Jackson- W. H. Northrop. Jr., of Burlington J. J. Peterson and Wife, of Bryce- Miss Delia Kennedy spent Sunday .,H. Dampier and wife of Branford -

.... ...,**..l*-".!este d.a-!. .- ;ij was in the city yesterday f i, ville. Fla.. were here' yesterday.. *' In Houston. were here yesterday?
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I. c! &m spent Sunday, with ,I Profs Miller: A Marshall= ,.left here ,. Mrs.! Lawler ,and Miss Lizzie and T. E., Nelson came up from Perry Miss Clara Anderson went to Mc

.. .IBM Mks here, and left this morn- yesterday fcr Olustee to spend two or little Miss Elise Haile., 'went ,to the yesterday and said "Booze" would Alpin. this m ruing to spend aday or

' "IIr 1kA1J>1n.' three.::day.s.O. ,. Springs' "":. yesterday.' ', :soon be sold in that town. two with friends.

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i"L M. Bheppard and wife, 'ofH0M M.: Cross and family, of Porter t I Mrs. C. M. Rogers of Jasper,, who I Miss Fannie Gibbs of near New Mrs.. W. K. Collins and children

,were at the Ethel this morn- I Station visited friends here yester-1 I has been visiting here returned yes r Hope went to Lakeland yesterday went to Madison this morning. accompanied -
by Miss Mary Collins.
day. terday. on a visit.

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'. .. Goodbread went to Suwan- T. M. Cox. wife and son of Jack- Mrs. Stearnsy returned d Saturday C. O. Rivers of Lake City was here Fred Hugger went to Mou'tgomerr ,

Ftiap. )yesterday and rented a sonville were registered at the Ethel night from New York and the Jamestown -i I today on business and favored this Saturday evening and will return JWedne
i to Ms family yesterday. I Exposition. office with a call. 4ay.
t l
Miss Maggie Holmes spent Sunday
. ten .n SarasU'went' to Hamptonleiterday Mr. Williams of Mayo was here G. Gaylard wife and daughter of R. L. Thompson associate editor
II I with her mother and brother In White
vttcr I i on a visit to his Saturday visiting his daughter Mrs. McAlpin were in the xity trading tot of the Mayo Free Press, is in the city

Thomason. !I day. : I i today. Springs. .

I I Ii I
; t Ii Mollle Rnbenstein went to
j *m ladle and Laura Williams, Wilbur Gornto and family who i S. P. Hollenrake Agent Fla. Rail 'i Rev. H. F. Haefllnger, of Jacksonville -
X( ( Adel yesterday on a visit to'her sister
fall jlialiis county, who have been have been visiting friends at Porter way at Perry was ,here today on who has been at Mayo was '

df time on a visit to their Station returned home yesterday. business.Mr. '. I: here today en route to Monticello. Mrs. Lazarus.
i I
> >Htarned home yesterday. I
Mrs.J. G. Lawson of Manatee who: Small of the Suwannee Drug !i J. B. Barton and family went to Misses Lola Clemmons and Lola

. l&Ml Mrt. E. D. Gardner who has been here on a visit to her son, Co., went to Pablo Beach to bathein !'Jacksonville this morning and *111 McCnlloughs were the guests of Mrs. 1

.11&ai *,,1'Ttettlng her mother, Mrs. M. M. Lawson returned home today. ,the surf Sunday. j,returned tonight.R. W. F. Tnmmons at her country home

rIP ,,returned to Fenholloway Saturday.Syd .
who has been
tori t Mrs. R. E. Wadsworth and son ,i W. J. Harris came up Saturday : L. Creekmore
Cleo. came up from Mayo today en from Branford and spent Sunday with visiting here returned to his home in Conner. Jr., came down from

'ute to Madison. i is family here. I Wellborn yesterday.Miss and his wife who
to"to. >_**,Gaskln, Sr.. and Mrs. r Quitman yesterday
I has been visiting her parents here, returned -
, ? i Jr., of Tampa, arrived O. P. Hewitt who has bee
Miss Rye Porter is again at home E. S. Tullock and family left Saturday with him last evening.
-Ii I on a visit to W. G. visiting Mrs. McNeil\ and Mrs Roof,
it the delight of her many admiring for Chattanooga Knoxville

$1 friends here. I Greenville and other points and will returned to Jasper yesterday.Miss Mrs. Carraway of Madison ,who..

I toltoil be absent a couple of weeks or more. Mr. Gaylard's famIly -
I i iI has been visiting
-B Conway the trained nurse
$ rU of
Ocala Is hereto
, John Brooker of McAlpin was In the -- at McAlpin returned home today.
I, her parents, Mr. and Is thriv- I i returned last evenIng came up from Fenholloway_ Saturday
city today. and says his town R. P. Hopkins Miss Belle Gaylard accompaniedher. I
''ER C ;-Carter and other rela- ing. Mrs. Brooker accompanied him I from, Atlantic Beach where he where she. was nursing Win. Gates'daughter. t

r and Miss Minnie Lou Foss returned I attended the South' Eastern Freight

f1.1. with them today to spend a week. ,I!;Agents convention. I! A. C. Sumner is in charge of E. S.Tullock's ,
I Miss Rosalie Lewin returned from .
.ey.asvv. .. pKsterday, but a rain" W. T. Harris' family and Miss An- Mrs. Eliza Taylor and daughter Madison yesterday, her friend. Miss sence. Sumner during is the a good fetter's salesman ab-- |:

& 8 which compelled the L. O. P., & G.. who has been off I Miss Janie Taylor of Jasper who Thomas whom she went there to thoroughly competent in this ::
1tread have been visiting relatives in this visit having been stricken with typhoid -
and weeks re- J-
seek shelter on a vacation for two line and will hold down the position
Jiblft!t r could find section returned home today. fever. sails"s'*
sumes his duties tomorrow.S. with credit to himself and the
1-1 I i ---
I i faction of his employer. :f
two children
the Mrs. S. Powell and
o came up E. McCutcheon went to Jacksonville i I J. M. Strickland time
been spending
will who
pad.a&Pt house and
,,yesterday with a ne- yesterday on a pleasure triP. :I C. A. Groover store at Zolfo and Winter Haven have re- Cottages with kitchens and dining ',:
I few days. Mr.
.r .: ttgton wanted In meeting, several Georgia friends,there move In the same In a turned home and Mr. Powell is himself room for rent at Suwannee Springs. .; ,
; o > he jumped I I will occupy the. storehouse '
Groover -
a |500 time. .
I and having a good again.S. Cottages furnished except linen;
..antJs J on the opposite side of the street.
Ea0'! i I I kitchen and dining room furnished J 1

Arnold P. Mlckler now paying I I I I J. Giles and wife who have been with tables chairs ax.d stove. $7 per 1
Harris who some time ago was
try Karl
; and Miss An- National Bank of j I month. No charge *
telerl of Atlantic It visiting W.. W. Giles family went to week or $20 per r
Ttlsa4le Il ._.r Waycrosa, sisriamed He t taken to Suwannee Springs on a Apply= to F.
. cottagers. ,
Jacksonville was here yesterday. Arran this morning to spend a for baths to |

. K from Sn- rill be< the 'cashier of the,new Cltltens' -I returned. home ,this morning able improved to- week, and from there will go to their L. Rees Live Oak. or Suwanna
Task where they Bank of Live Oak. and will as- I walk and otherwise Carrabelle. Springs. "1
home In
_one time. I mme the duties some time In. August. In health.


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his hearty support. It stands always for the growth, ,development .' _

tl.4 and general good of the city. -

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Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. JL, lt


DOWN. cssraa 'I11ILNo.
rl .. xa1. gat;
"ly.jF KaiJt
Fr 2iTAnON .
IF fardar. DaiI7. 1

:.' 700 a m c ao pm .......--- -:-Li..Oak.._._. .. ..- "'.. .a

r By universal testimony Red Rock 1 ZO a III C.4 p.. Ly Perter i _'_...__.. .a;

140. m U.tmLY ,. ____._. .a-\"
Fruit Punch has been awardedthe ,2.Cr '...
7 50 a m 508 p m ""' :'""------ ,

. palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and Z' a m S 11" p m WiLS tb..-__. ----s.-1U.; .l'i .

success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance .-AJ 1-1-f
< ZMl a m ''Ly WilmartJa-.. _....
with the following:
860& .. no t..n _..._ I .
FORMULA I 05 a 1 L. .-Lurayw.-._- I OI ,

(Quantity Sufficient Twenty-Five Guests) r a m ,Ar. _.._Wdmarth.4.5r .... ... I .
: 8 ORANGES Q LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE 10-011 a -sv p m,Lv W .-..MII.. sus

4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE 10 6s a 181'U pm L ...--..._ ._.---J uwaans.RV _......' --1'-.ase{I at t_
1014 a 5 3Q Nonrooc- -------.w..j 0 g.A .,
Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cove? with sugar, is a 181 54OPID'& Je .....-- "'...A: __
'= allow to stand for 3 hours, press out,the juice and add to this juice the UJ Mt a ,L... ..__..... ......--I&aJ'-_'_.: -

tt pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add &rI a m tLY: _.......
.Alwn --h
''u 00 a m _- ...
-i.; the four quarts of Red RoCk.
s tilt. Ar..?......_ L.
gr u 5 a mj I t ". v.. Lv ... -Ka70-- .,a,

: 1128 a IU..LY- !._pedra....._______. & ...,1t
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one-fourth UI5. .. 551 "_._.__... --t... -- ..g. ,
GUARDIAN'S southwest with
tf XOTICE. I west half of I the curious. The parties were tI
and southeast one-fourth section 36,. 12 00 L._... -A.tola ---.J.i l -
arrested for a m 110 D. ------ -
To all whomsoever It of In- improper conduct, and ._1
!. f township 5 south, range 13 east. ZJ
C' terest. Greeting: Purpose of sale being to remove said I spent Tuesday night in Jail it is said. 1210. m 61TpmLv.U .
it After four weeks' publication of estate to State of Georgia. They were released upon their own 12mam In DID L.. 4L.__ I."

.< this notice once each week I will Guardian of SOLOMON above named SEARS.minorsby rec gnlzance Wednesday morning, UM. m "__.-- __ I"4p1
f on the 19th day of July. A. D. 1907. authority of Court of Ordinary, the hearing in the case being postponed -I 1250. m IOpaL.,._.. _....., I"
f" at the Court House of Sawannee .... Ma
Coffee County State of Georgia. .
I until Thursday. When .... I.
i' County Florida apply by petitionto I the de- 100 III 6 10 D --Pwr7__ r. .
to the Hon. J. N. Conner. County I I fendants appeared before the Judge
of said County for an order Starry or Go to the Pen. I te gave them the option of prosecu-
t- Judge I ( ) TeIcocn oe T.StaUoa.. (O Flag Sutioo. (rl fiegi.t*
i'" authorizing and empowering me to (GainesvilleSun..) I tion or marriage with consent of g ner Station t. P. Asa" 14
.. make sale of a one-thirteenth undivided somewhat I U Sir respective parents. The "pen" W. S HAUIS General Paasensar'AgaL
There transpired, of a
f'" interest of Mollle Rarrell, I as pictured to them was not at all a
sensational marriage in Judge Ma
*.t James Harrell Randall Harrell Annie pleasant view, hence they decided to
-. Harrell Winnie Harrell. Alvin son's office Thursday morning the I "tie up" and settle the matter.K' PARTY TICKETS!
two well-
Harrell and Henry Mahgham, minors. contracting parties being
':__ orphans of Mary :J. HarreU: and Hattie known and well-to-do colored peopleof I .
t. 1tangbam. now residing in Coffee Gainesville. The groom Is only i dol: will nourish and strengthenyour
County, Stave of Georgia in the following -I 2lgbteen. while the chccolate-color-I digestive organs and, furnish d. Live Oak to DowCng Pad on sale dh

-t'"._ Suwannee described situated to-wit: in *4 bride has the burden of only sixteen the natural digestive juices for your at rate of 50 cents round trip with *'"

South laU of northeast onefourthand summers on her shoulders. The stomach. It will make you welL .4+tl-4.-4 Minimum of ten fares. Call ..Aa
southeast one-fourth of north- ceremony attracted a great deal of Kodol digests what you sat. Sold by tl" '. .'l'lVjt Ottt Agent Phone 152 for

- west 5Outh1r8t one-fourth-one-fourth and and east fractional half of attention the room being crowded .Ive Oak Drug Store. d-w tt""11". ,'I 111". I t\ further infonnatioa.TJrrrr S

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j WE_OAE DAILY t.. ---*........... 9ig. >It.-.._
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OUSSIOXAL.CAKDS. ------ ---- -- I -
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n :UCKLtDERRY: .!Live:: Oak Garage )

'The .
You .
Cigar Are After"Many : u '-

: Coo wx: AND : BIUDGKI l' _-:-.":",
wow Sf ECULTPSS. Equipped for ."
, ,- repairing and storing
:;; :
E .BROOME, men are switching from one brand Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

,1: .[_< of cigars to another. Not so with the Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. s-

&CoUNSELORATLAW. Also sell the well s
gy known Columbia bat-
...f J.IVE OAL FLORIDA.I Huckleberry smoker; he is a repeater. tery. Switches
Spark Coils and
I ... .coerte.1 tho Stat& Speoo
t. to c-'. CoI1ectioII
p kept stock.
at&ead- Exclusive
boriseeS promptly agent for
: gts. All
i( .' .. Lee
:_ -_ )tGrAaf tm.IC sATS AT L.ucLDB. Roy Myers Co. < Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville.

J. W. WEST MAKERS Sample of this work can be seen here.

;7 physician and Surgeon.
: Iea* Carroll Baflding. Ohio Avenue. Ask Your .
Residency at Ethel HoteL :
;_-'4 N..1" I The.Favorite Reo Touring Car used in-_ e
,' ...d....NOL II or If&I Cigar .
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PAPER III 1111 111111111 J II ... .
wwwwwwy.Iffben j
= in need of nice wall 1'1ir \- NOTICEr

I!!0. cell on ". ". PETTY, at ; : Contractors and Prospective Builders: Round Trip Rates To j


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f' --- will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION: '

DR. O1AS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; Plaster, Laths and all kinds'of Brick. VIA
yETERINARY. OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices, "


r":' .:de year ice it Phone jaatronage_ tttii(3 rings-.Office),'148 I.1. ; I The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I! ;

Mlllii From LIVE OAK Florila
11111 111 1.i

I If I-!: T.. J. LYLE We Sell Merchants Only j i $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop. _

; f 0 Practical : overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper I

year's KER experience AND JEWELER Carry Stock of $27,30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop

L':of Watches always on hand. III IP IS I . . .i. . . . . over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal ,Go-its, Com, I $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop

::1 He Great Headache Cure Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar Rice !
$14.05 Ten ticket sale and
on Tuesday Friday
jlromoPepsin Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder j

Lavadura, Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead Pen-!: only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.

-Note the Word Pepsin cils Box Paper Pipes Paper Bags Roll '
Two daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night

Headtcfre. ladlgestloflKerfOBsaess. Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and. I'train' fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE

.... lURE; c) 00n111.! Wrigleys Chewing Gums FOLDER. For further imfoimation and Pullman write to or call
J on Frank C. Boyl ton. District Passenger Agent, Atlantic CoastLine
;,I On the Spot. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, Jacksonville, Fla.

r ,;.... Ifcetotelj Harmless El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. .
: W te.Ml.t., 10r,I5I. sa4 1Ot 1
For.Sal* By Visiting Merchants are Cordially in-

":'t:p. Ihe_ City Pharmacy v-ted to make our office their. headquar-1 Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

1a'a LIVE OIK. FLA. ters while in the city. ,

., OLD A. C. L FREIGHT DEPOT .* Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907.,

IBBTi NEW live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. -1sT.Ci.A98 WE8TBOCWD- cLASSI I l6r.SAn CLA.SII setae }CKDCtAMJFrt.- --

ORIGINAL Matt Vasa.A Pasaen-jFrt.gee Pea.. 4'Mad Pa s.A Paws cer see -. Paso. andA.JT
No.1. N&S.Sa Na a. No.2. Na.. N.U j Nq Co
inday Daily ex. Duly Sunday Snaday,Daily -
i:;,4turePostcardsy Daily Only Suoday .a,Sue only i only i SoadAl.
.JI A.IlL P. IlL P. P. M.Amv. It ; A. M.Leave .
View, nywhereWe' Georgia School 800 Leave 200 IILw{..........._..._-Live Oal._..__..._ 4 v&* s 40 Arrtvvloooi to as
-to 8 18 2 IS 300.__._._..___Srarr. ..-.....-.-...... 1474S C44C S 44J W 10
a Order for _......_.......... > 40 40J 1004tlTJ
!oJ J S 822 222 S 07i. .Mercer.-._......_...-._-_._ !
825834j 225 sis< ...._.......--Platt.. S 40' 1002S
Milt. A p 2 U S31|-..................... Lancaster--..-.--. S Ii! ..b zsh i s-y< tto
Cent Each Ar 8 4frAr t 40 Ar S Ni, ............_Dowlma Park.. ...., 20! .
-- ILy
of Technology LT 8 4 ,LY 4 4S'L. 4 H i.:.._.._ Dowha P rkChmncey ...:..........:.... Lv 3t5Ar Ly'1 Ly t
rvhotoermoli or prmt forwarded S4344 4 Ool: ................ .. .... 319 ,Ars14Ar 914s
311 101 08: .1.
rd r. Nun* of party ordering 8 571 4671 410 I-; ..-._-.-_i yo Junction.: ....._..___ 309 oa j 9 03j 4.
5 aa.ack eyed as pnUianei with I .10. 500J 4% !......_ .._........._...Dar: ._.._..._....- 3 6 e SOOLv! W :W
1t S tiik Kprodnod and delivered 01':1 ..__u.u__..sao._.._..'__'__... .. 300 4u'wbe 8 8 8 S3 40
j em rseeiyt of order copy andS i. 433-= ... ... 2 66 4 m 14* 8 13
**which a maximum of SO S 1. 4 4 001-0' ---.Townsend SmiJi.FenhoUoway_...-...-._ _--.. 2 40 839 1 U
.. 9 -__ __- _. 224 41* 8 7 (t
RMtaaauk .........__ Oj
I S and Photatrp 9 9 is 5&I 38 So'! /.5 5*U>.'._.__.___..__Perry_...-_ ....m......-... I 4.5o 8 W! T 40
mailed without bIO Are 20 Ar .5 ...._........-BamDtunSDria L-_.._ L. I Ly. WLvIS 'Lv 7 IS
,t t f lad address of party ... p. K.. I P. K.4aj. : p M. I A. IlL'. A.M
Writen oa ..
any kind of a .
r- t
T 1't
'fwwbawness .
stationery 160gnT -
amt. & Tat Order. V MA\O AM ALTON nHA- CH.
t *- 18TCABD3 tirade M ark LOCAL J' ', '
One Exeloarr '" "'-? ---
1 and ltaanfietnrers'Agent w-r IaOUND. EAST BOUND
Jabber.Local Newapaper I. .... .
%s r IWANrgi Parsee Paren dt 't Paase.Paaa
in every eity. GEORGIA SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY is better .FrL.. i Past Y .,
L 'aRALEZCLUSIVECON- Paaa. irei' gee I I iNa .
.1 TEE and in aH its departments I F"ij"'t ....
.i "*"'"" TEN Handsome ArkPhototype organized 7. Na 9. I Na.IL Na 13..: !. No.S. Ne.
"* Picture Post. Gun ever before. Advanced courses In Mechanical Daily Daily Soaa,soeday 1Iaib".,j .a4t
\ \ 0:1l7 .LS- 0Dl0Dl7__
y *Ure tEn eysan ex.SUD. Oats !
oa receipt of ,Electrical Textile, Wring end Civil Engineering .
I A. K. I P. K. A. l1jLeaye P. IlL
!aeerin Chemistry, and Chemistry. Ext ns1ve A. K. P. IlL A.tK._ F.: K. .Azn.;/Arrive Arrive Arrive
,'pe Company lAa.Lea, Lean:!_.... .. .j3ayoJunetIoa__ 'I 581 I I Z3;
etc. 5 o J
,Mill, Laboratories
:::: Sec and new equipment of Shop 9 06 340 40j -- C .ck .:_:=:: 1191 z: a I 2Z
Aai Purpose by Any Demandfor .4 9 59::::::::::::::::::.PrtenoD-...._......._. 1 212
New and new Chemical Laboratory. 23j :/
... library 9 32 5 06 101,1# ,..................... ..... .... ..-s ; 1rs IiI 2t 200
Cliicajo. Phone School's graduates much: greater than the supply. Aria 9 O6IM/ j. 5:3..Arlt s 25, s 6 I.-... ..................Altola.........--.....-.....ILv 'I ooILY Z!oiLy. 1.3 LY 260
Next session begins Sept.25.
4491i and lnfcrmatiaa addressK.G.MATHESON.A.BL.LLD Regular stop Connection mde at Dowling' Park for all .trains'thto and
, For Dlustrated catalogue: : information to otherlines
further as
-- Oak and Perry. For
,CdorpBotoStereoff. from: Live makes connection at.Live IOak with aU
Zar Newspaper Art .,msiden. Seaboard! call on and an Atlantic ticket Coast a>:eat.Line Trains trains.

MwFramin'l-irt,Io, erts for Edi- .ATLANTA.CA. J. LEE ENSIGN. esideDt. B. P. HOPKINS.Tram 3danger
.fa S. T. UKIMsHAW.DENTIST. QptnDteudeDt.
any quantity
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i AYE OAK DAILY BIif OCRST. '4O11ii &Y. jC T9fcVifeGKJLXD ., :' .,

OLD SCOTT SHIP., ton is monument with the sword of .

F.. 'I a cadet upon it. This stone Inspired -

Ex-V._H.Lodes* AH Over the South Mrs. Margaret J. Preston to'writa:the i : : -.; '-: .. : 'to'Br'teirarfni m ;.un-sawi H -lifE C- -

Know Him WelL bea1Wif'and popular p em': Some- : : .O : _

la writing' about Notable Americana body's' Darling.. On May: 15. 1904 A. ntf&nsumBy I' .; =_
Frederic J.Haskta, the syndicate more:thaniseventy the cadets who : '.
.. tiE : .
writer, pays the ,following tribute to participated In the battle were. in .. : : .'

General Scott Shlpp which will be Lexington the inveiling of the atteidiag the "P&fdar Swwec' Seta -

read with pleasure; hundreds of ex- monument to their boyhood'ae lool- J

the Military Insti- mates who fell at Newmarket. "Old >. -
cadets of Virginia ; ... ., ._ :: :
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tute in every Southern Stat Including Billy" Shipp was the, hero that day. .'lJ'.' I.. ...... .- ,.\ :, < t\ .1"z"
:, : < : '
: a large- number In Florida: When he announced his retirementa : _

After nearly; half a century; of er- few weeks ago he was the recipient -;< _:-=::

of many gifts from men all over the -:;, ; -':
superintendent _
; country who have been at V. M\ I. in _- ;;'

statute retlre(,from his position at the last forty-five years. Straight and { m

the close of the school ;year last tall, with gray hair mustache and
month. "Old Billy" Shlpp. as the goatee he is a typical Virginia of-

cadets affectionately; called him ficer. His voice Is deep and round

fat the last thirty; ;years, became com- and while every V. M. I. boy has J

mandant of cadets at the time Stone- loved him as a father none has dar-

wall Jaekson left the Institute for the ed to disobey this stern stickler for ,

Confederate army.; He held that position discipline and hope for immunity.

Y until 1890 when upon the retire- Former Senator C.., J. Faulkner of .

ment of General Francis H,'Smith, he West Virginia, former CongressmanJohn .. .
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was made superintendent. "Old S. Wise of Virginia and New in North Florida and is
#- Is the Standard Commercial College ccndse%]
Bniy" was commondant of the corps York and many other men who have ,
school in this section.
<' of cadets on.J.Iat 15. 186. when the come:: into prominence, were In that the best summer .

boys were taken from a school of war cadet corps which marched out to bat- Scholarships: $40.00, $50.00. $75-00, and $90.00. .,

i Into real battle and saved the day tle at Newmarket under "Old Billy's" '

for the Confederate forces under General orders. Proud they are. and proud : Write for Catalogue and special summer announcement.

John C. Breckinridge at the battle they may be, of that page of their .
.of Newmarket. boyhood history but prouder no man SOUTHERN

The federal army under General can be than is Scott Shipp of his forty

Sage started up the valley from Mar- odd classes of Virginia Military; Institute '
Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
tinsbnrg, Va. At Newmarket they cadets every one of which he Cor. .

met Brecklnridge's command of believes would repeat the gloriouseTent LIVE OAK/ FLORIDA

'. 5,000 men. The Confederate chieftain of Newmarket If the occasion L. M. HATTON, G.' S. STEPHEN ,

had called on the Virginia Military demanded.. President and Proprietor ? Princi

institute for: aid. About 250

boys, many of them bit fourteen The Golden Age and Its Editor.

years old and none over twenty, responded The Atlanta Georgian pays quite

to the call. As they marched a compliment to Mr. Will D. Upshaw time in the most intense agony. It VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT

\L' out
;:'t- .Virginia campaigns called to them, !editorial: had left it alone In the house while DOW LING PAR

1, Don't you want a sugar-rag!" "Why I The Georgian takes this occasion they attended to some duty a distance .

;, don't you go home to mammy?" Un- without apology to commend the high away.-They had been away quite a

der this sarcasm the boys were mute, tone and the more than ordinary while when they were attracted b) -WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEC ."0- "
'. abut their determination was as firm ability which Is Illustrated In the tie screams of the child. Hastily re-

; ,as their lips were silent. conduct of The Golden Age of this turning they were horrified to find Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cf tbHOT'AND ;

: Von Kleiser's battery of the fed- city.The his clothes burnt off him and he, in

Golden Age Is the productionof tbe greatest agony from burns ex- '
eral forces went tfie
into position on COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED oooo TABLE. cooo ItO&
crest of a hill, from which the ground William D. Upshaw and his associate tending from the knees to the chin. WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARDTASLES. TEUECJUPH4 4IIiI

<. sloped gently for several hundred A. E.. Ramsaur, and others. From indications apparent then It PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADYPAVn.UOKS.RMSr
Is of the seemed the child had been playing l7 MILE| FROM LIVE OAK.ONUVK
yards to a ravine. This slope was as It a weekly paper hlghes RATES REASONABLE GULF, COHNECnOMATUVEUIKn*

green and smooth as a well kept lawn moral tone, the noblest purposes and with a box of matches which became

and offered no protection whatever of very; fine literary flavor and ability ignited and set his clothing on fire. A ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWLIKG PflRK. FLORIDA I Irfsrc; \

for ;n attacking party. The federal The paper has been from the first day' physician was summoned, but despitehis

stalwart elo-' efforts the child lived until Wed- .
soldiers saw the .cadets forming at of its existence a :

the foot of the hilt n* the ravine. laeat champion of every cause, which nesday morning when death relieved

"What are they! Regulars!" was makes for righteousness, temperanceand its sufferings. We tender our con- AOEN'WANTED

the question, so natty and smart was peace in Georgia. dolence to the parents who are well

the appearance of the beardless Its gifted and consecrated young: nigh heart broken In their sore be. _

youths. edit,r Is doing as much to inspire reavement.
Tip-Top ContractsMBN for Li\ ,
the student life of the South to higher -
Soon the federals saw the line ad-
living and nobler purposes as any RIGHT UP TO FLORIDA LIQUOR
vance. It came on steadily in the face -
fi man not a teacher in the ranks of DEALERS.The .
the fire from Von Kleiser's six

guns. Here and there one fell out our citizenship. Wherever Mr. Up- RENEWAL COMMISSIONS: PAID)
shaw goes he speaks to school children -: Lesson They Should Learn From
.. of line but tie boys measured the distance ,
and college students creating the ,the situations In Georgia. Address-CECIL WILLCOX Manager
: and closed up the gaps as IIthey : .
most wholesome enthusiasm by the (Tampa: Times.)
were on parade. Common time, The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New U]
magnetism, of his personality and the The
double time; then the charge probable enactment and enforcement .
noble and lofty trend of his moral Jacksonville, .
on they came. ,Finally their bayoneU of prohibition in Georgia
appeals. His eloquence Is all the a
were,at the breasts of Von Kleiser'smen contains a lesson to the liquor element
more captivating because the speaker -! -
and they had 'captured the batter
compelled to sit the greater part: everywhere that might be studied I people outside the counties to do Big Pkafc.
; More than that, they had held
the of his time in his chair owing to a! to profit. The fact Is that ninety what Is forbidden to people Inside There will be a plate +tJ
center they frustrated the
'pUns cf the federal commanders and feeble body rises upon his crutches, per cent of the area of Georgia was l to sell, liquor to the people of the church on Saturday Wort *''

as an Inspiring illustration of the i .county. In order to protect their own :
"dry. But the dill27th.
had actually won the day for the : was that men Sunday In July which
power with which the mind triumphs people from the use of liquor they
southern army. in "wet" counties sold and shipped .
s- s -,ver the body and makes it more useful -i [must extend_ the tone of prohibition.If Invited 5o0i
Scott Shipp commanded them, but whiskey to "dry" counties. The Evereybody.
and great. I Georgia enacts state prohibition *
ha: fell severelywounded be spared to make the &f j
In those
What we desire to say is that Mr. counties could not be Hoke Smith will sign the bill and he. pleasure. Rev. C. A. JtktIS
el arge was well started. Instructors
Upshaw's paper is yet an experiment practically "dry," though nominally will see that the law is,enforced. If I preach the dedlcatioa tern*
the., *; commanded at j I -a coble xperlment. in tbe very so. There was almost or quite as tbe question becomes an Issue In Carter and B. F. Umsttal.*_. 't
o gteniig but when
; they had
fall :boYs crisis of its fortunes. The moral'forces much consumption of liquor and consequent ," but the facilities for the sale I will deliver addressee ('.1I.
took command and car-]I
it the state and the of liquor Into them dlspew 4I
tied : republic drunkenness In the are only reduced nell, the expert
the cadets "dry"
to ;
on victory.. Captain
j(i have been all too laggard In support- by so much as the distance to the things has been secured a scold
Franklin E. Town an officer in the! counties as before. To remedy that
ling those brave and unselfish champ- nearest liquor dealer. If there were I drinks and other sew 4
federal army who was in the fight.] sort of thing the temperance
I ions that stand for the higher thingsI people an enforced law forbidding. the sale The object of the otcsa
said of the charge: "I do not believe I I I of life and living and because we realIze of the state-a majority or five to I I and transportation of liquor Into"dry" raise funds to clean off&J4'
that the history; of war contains a I one-resolved to make the whole I cemetery tt*]dit
this fact The Georgian does not I: counties the question of state ernament the
record of deed more! chivalrous, more state dry BO as. to further hinder the I: cf so many of.*' -
hesitate here to suggest that the men wide prohibition would disapear fora ing place
heroic more daring or 'm:"re honor- sale and drinking of liquor. I loved Everyb' dj eo
of money or the men of character* long Ume. The people of the ones.
able than' the charge of those boys to This feature of the case might be counties C. H. BSLl' -&
who have anything to give to really that are now "dry" do
a victory which would taken not essentially A.\'S. c-
have into consideration by the A. K. EV
; liquor
great causes can dO nothing better care to inflict the same law
honor to "
seasoned veterans. element and the liberal
than to give their moral and substantial citizens of on Hillsborongh or Duval --
or oth-
The grizzled veterans In gray who Florida. A majority of the any Mrs. John Miller u4
support to a paper that stands as counties er counties than their own. But ....., -
had that morning derided them as Florida In the next two they Jacksonville who uTe
years there
brilliantly, as bravely and as effectively do want their own '
babies cheered them with the wildestof will be so many prohibitionists elect- to be week on a visit to her $"JFi
for every; human reform as doesThe really and actually and
rebel yells fro mthe moment they ed to the legislature as to duplicatethe actually; Bozeman and wife ftt
Golden Age and Upshaw and "dry. This cannot be the
went under the Are of the federal Georgia situation in this state. If case so this morning.
Ramsaur In conducting it. long as liquor can be and
batteries and they their the liquor element Is shipped --
; won spursof Is wise it will take Into
them at will. *
knighthood then and there. Gen A Child's Awful Death. heed and cease to Insist on selling Into LOST OR STRATH*

eral Shields of the federal army declared "dry" counties .and will let those year-old cream mar ft
(Perry Herald.) Mrs. Judge "
that such a school for soldiers counties which wish to be "dry"; be White, Misses Annie near Live Oak, Finder

<# was the school for him and. like Tuesday a distressing accident oc really s0.Right i and Midget White Miss Lizzie to undersigned. HI*

Captain Towns, afterward sent his curred at the home cf Mr. Clint McGuire here Is the Justification of Lake City. Miss Hattie Clark'j Company.
I of
II --
son there to be educated. I I about three miles from town the temperance people of Georgia and Jacksonville Mrs. Charlton Black-I _- -

More than fifty of the brave lad I i tby which his four-year-old. boy was any other state. I welL Mrs Blackwell. of Jasper Mrs. i LOST-Pair gold $P
They find .
fell en the field' and eight of them ::'korrlbly burned Tuesday' evening measures for the protection their i C* Humphreys and Mrs. R.. L. bably in Live Oak Bad.If :,r

were killed.- At the grave of one of causing his death early Wednes day homes rendered of'no of their I White spent yesterday delightfully at! or E. A. Burdick'* ttorfo"JJ6'
avail by I .
them in the churchyard at Lexing morning after passing the Intervening fidency in the law which permits'v4e- r the ner.Park., enjoying a, fine, picnic. din: Finder: will be nsst

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