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 23, 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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N. C. July 23.-The II
clause of the new state rail- r II I I Francisco July 22.-la
ll t I the wont marine disaster in the history -
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MH was declared
rate .
I I of the California coast between
and Told by United States
7fl 100 and 150 lives were lost as far as
prftchard has been learned by a midnight collision
H. Wood district passenger L
XBtt c between the steamer Colombia,
and C. Wilson v
nl the Southern,
-L and the steam lumber schooner SaIL
ilctet, agent 7 ''r Pedro, in Shelter Core twelve mile
sentenced to thirty days _
r------ south of the Mendoclno-Humboldt
rh 'T6apS for violation of the i 0 : dc.
fte county line between 12 and 1 o'clCck

aw, were discharged on habeas L _
: yesterday morning.

proceedings. 1 Only meager details of the tragedy
Judge Pritchard had signed .- v H1LI
Alter" hare been received though every efr

rent Judge J.H. Merriman, : fort has been made to get the facts.
for the state gave -
S S Scores of telegrams to Eureka the
waved ...,
and bonds. .
of appeal nearest
--. point of importance remain
cider the law the court fixed a
unanswered. The few details known

.f |W each for Wood and,Wil- .g4- '-'r'', J ',.; I I herd were brought by the steamer

E Both sides co-operated to make z -'''--:' \.. : Roanoke and the' steam schooner

'.ipe&I as'simple 85 possible Into 4- f-' a.r .-. +J ,Daisy Mitchell which arrived in San

present the point at issue to :Francisco this forenoon.

a* fetresie Court., The Columbia, a 300-foot Teasel of ;

. 'Jbtbsary of Roosevelt. 8. the San Francisco and.Portland Steamship z

Btwi T. Sanford. assistant at- Company, while bound from San !

.' sneral of the Department of PHYSICIAN ASs..i rLTED. MOURNING ITS' DEAD. YAQUI INDIAN RAID :Francisco to Portland Ore..with 189 ;

mired here' yesterday ,and, i passengers and a crew of sixty, collided !

is...tentoad,That lie comes as an Beaten By Thugs and Died From Injuries Ionia'Plunged in Sorrow Over the Mountain Troops Are Scouring the : with and was rammed by the i

eLM eC President Roosevelt ,topeace S Received. I t ;Terrible Railroad Accident. Country After Them. San Pedro, a 170-foot wooden steamer :

:- between federal and New.York July 21.-Dr. James i I Detroit. Mlclu. July 21.-The San Antonio, Texas. July 21.-A so-thbound.tor this city. The i

AtL writ, and to arrange that 'death list result sea was smooth but the weather was :s sLeggy.
Edwin Russell, of No.. IOU Bedford as a pf yesterday's'collision special from Hermosl, Mexico, says:
+c tkB be aa appeal from both ,
L near Salem between an excursion Yaqui Indians raided the camp of
MM. 'tad United States courts. avenue Brooklyn died at the Har-
train and a 'freight train the Richfield Copper Mining Company i
411Yi Sanford; declined toHMkatlon lem hospital tonight m the effects Resolutions.It '. t
stands tonight at thirty-one, but,I just north of Quirobabi. Thurs
t 'he did not deny believed is with a sad and heavy heart !
of an assault, to have been among the 100 injured In this city day last and stripped it, clean of
i mission we drop a tear to the of our
eaae on of memory
made uJOn.him. by thugs Friday and Ionia, eight are reported to be everything valuable but the Indians
.ie>tii tie assurance that If theM much belayed brother. L, K. Kern- r
night. in a serious condition and not out refrained from murder.A .
merlin who on the night of the 21th !
j ,a&ewed to proceed In aawt
of danger. There sixty-one injured
are body of 200 mountain troops
Dr. Russell, who was 49 years old of March 130?. after a long illness i
to the,Supreme Curt
people at their homes in Ionia have been sent from here to scour the
.AiBrited: States, the Depart: and enjoyed a lucrative practice, was in the presence of a few sorrowing I
and forty-two were brought to the country but little success is expected
.(jMtic win request that found dying In a doorway in Harlem friends breathed his last
hospitals in _this city for treatment.Of from the expedition.. The Indians s

/ \! tt te>aace the cases to an early early today. There was an ugly the long list of suffering persons made their attack at the noon hour, In the winter he became Identified
with the Farmers' Union a: Rixford t
[7; wound on the back 'of his head. He at Ionia, but one Mrs. M. Durling. while the Americans and John Glea-
ter and was a strong advocate of the
3 the state have given whose husband and son were killed. son. the manager were at dinner
d sppeai. had been robbed of his money, watch principles of the organization, and remained 1
but they are ex- Is reported tonight to be in a dan- The Yaquls rushed upon the miners
tli ate and other pieces of Jewelry and ofhis firm to the order till the timeof
some move very gerous condition Seven of the injured through doors and windows, taking
4 8e*. case of surgical Instruments.In his death. He believed In carrying .IC !
telegraphed hospitals not A,
in the local are them completely by surprise.
out the principles of the order -1 f
%7 **K, that Judge Pritchard an antemortem statement the yet out of danger. young con of Mr. Gleason escaped
0t I. the people would be benefltted morally ; :
ja until E. J..Justice, physician told a strange,story of haTIng This has been a day of grief and and went to the house of the miners I '
socially and financially. I
:1pr l tae state and Speaker ofsold wandered In a dazed state for mourning In the little city of Ionia 130 but they had been quietly rounded -
We ,feel to the death of Brother
arrive, but all arNf hours after regaining consciousnessfrom miles west of Detroit. Mayor JohnF. I up. disarmed and the Americans and]I I
Rixford local has ,
Kemmerlin, that
been concluded Satur- the attack.Dr. Bible estimates that one in every most of the native men and women: '
lost a friend and a brother and the
Wteiard} Insisted ..uponfc Russell said that while on his fifty of the city's Inhabitants was were stripped to supply the shortage 'I
I loss we deeply deplore and while we
at Alil decision at once. way to'make a call In Harlem Friday either killed, or injured In )"ester- of clothing among the Indians.
feel sad over the loss of our brother I
night he was seized with a faintnessdue day's wreck. i The Indians then Informed
we wish to extend our deepest heart- f
tll be 0 L1RBSTohiag probably to dropsy, of which he All of the city's normal activities son that If he would agree not Glea-I felt sympathies to the sorrowing I

was a sufferer and seated himself on have practically been suspended and to follow or fight no one
I brothers and ,sisters and may the
ifto* Island Talk ot'AnierTyranny. a doorstep In East One Hundred andTwentyfifth every one is ,devoting attention to killed. He agreed to this and the God of glory comfort them la their I

31.1 M IFaa street. When a partyof the wreck victims. One of the most raiding party rode away. t
great sorrowing.: I
idleI .X, YH July 21,--The Phllpf six men appeared he asked them pathetic cases of sufferers is the Hass Resolved. That we place a page of

'moLF tt for which brought him. its father and two HIS NECK BROKEN.
the Cornell summer water. they family which lost cur Minute Book to his memory, -- I!

E tai I 4ideribiy agitated over The water he believed was drugged sons. Not until today was the Identity :Mdtor Car Plunged Over an Embank- Reseolved Second. that we send !

tulle of *fibers of the colony de- for a moment later the roughs set upon of all the dead positively established -[ meat With Party. a copy to the Suwannee Democrat : ;

r **-wrest among the peo- him beating him into Insensibility. and sn accurate list made ap. Plttsburg. Pa. July 21.-John J. and one to the Jasper News and ask i

-.nee-.not""" unlike He remembered nothing more .. All but five of the victims whose Wallace, a well known business man the same to be ,published. ,

ol M, a that: preceded theft until restored to consciousness after names are among the death roll lived of this city is dead with a broken R. J. ALLEN.

ad. hostilities against being found In East One Hundredand In Ionia. S neck his wife is dying at her home G. W SHIVER, /1- .

b.1'4 !'to these natives Twenty-fifth street today. The Twenty-four of the dead. whose with internal injuries and J. S. Hen-I J. M. WILLIAMS.. ;

S Would, welcome a police have, no clue. ,i homes were In Ionia will be buried : ner and wife, friends of the Wallaces,I committee' '

tplflL that aUght free in that city and eighteen of the funerals -, are in a serious condition as a resultof !I July 18. 1907. 5 5- -

3O l. i tyranay. Pedro Rev. C. A. Ridley, pastor of the S will take place tomorrow. The an accident to their motor car I 5 5

S, C _. L$* d at, addressing a Baptist Church announced Sunday ,relief committee has asked that all which plunged over a 150-foot embankment Marcus Hunt and wife and two,

be suspended In the city' tonightAbout five miles children who live In the city have ,3
aalverslty i business .
people that he had finally perfected an accurate :-
i tb1ldre4's characterizedthe list of members of his church. front 9 o'clock until 4 In the afternoon -, out from this city the chauffeur stopped been reported in these columns as ia =

> both Monday and Tuesday, and the car to Inquire as to the direction poor circumstances. Mrs. Hurst be-
bey to,the Filipinos as Said that he found dozens of names .
are1'a a United Ionia will truly be a city of mourn, to Butler. The car started ing very sick as also Mr. Hurst, with _
States has on the old lists and the old roll book .
tamed both days. ', without apparent cause and the no one to care for them but the chil
d's ing during I
markets withed that nobody la town could tell any S '
chauffeur Jumped upon the side of dren. This morning the Ladies' Committee
a a tariff that thing about and that he marked these Train"Derailed..
I U.-The I the machine but before he could get was appealed to by the ministers -
dton of other off the list He further stated that, Chattanooga Tenn., July
control the machine with the entire and arrangements made to
= 1 Jacksonville express i
:"economic tyran- he did not leave ten names on the Cincinnati and !
and In the
embankment them at once
leaped over the provide
tiea which left party
btefnt to the PU. roll about which he couldn't give I on the Southern railway
pIe$ "**" i derailed at Rome,, and landed ia a big tree. Wallacewas future with necessary means. Besides .
l ad eccles- working Information With all this i here tonight was _
.ely dead when picked up. The the action of the committee a
: SpMn. the Phllip- pruning of the old list the new roll Ga.. the engine mail car combination unconscious. i purse was also gotten up and -presented -.
others were
sith Impover- contains the names of 316 members, baggage and express car an di l,I E to them which will enable

. a net gain of 243 since the beginning second class coach turning completely 1 -
r Mr. Cralghlll. of Gainesville, them to keep the wolf from the door, _
and fireman escaped ; Rev
t of }.Ir: Ridley's pastorate. Durin over. The engineer
at These
and is the guest for the present least people -
here today
t. % and B. this time 376 have been received Into injuries by jumping S Grubb. He is here lathe are reported wholly worthy and .
had of Rev.
ar' wiaraed from 'the church but of course a ,good In the baggage car and coach a I interest of the Men's Missionary we are glad to note that they will, be
I aerioulInjuJ'1'
death or
wed: f1ght.There many have also-been dismissed, some I narrow escape from liberally helped.LIVE .

want; excluded and one has died. Thank offering..

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f.:' :* A Futile Plea. In Bunch. I The Wise Child. He Knows Now. The Mala Fiat :

f- Timid_ Old Gentleman-Oh! sir, "Mama can I go to bed an hour "Grandmother does:yet specs magnify "One half the world doesnt City: Cousin (erulftb"tand ]

i--:' please let me go. Think of :your earlier than usual tonight : ?" know how the other half lives." I. Cousin Joshua tart-aSJ itl.t

t':s_ poor old mother.. "An,hour earlier? What for?" "I used to think that too, beforeI spent a very p1euaat.i ..s
."A little my; child. she answered."A .
\' The Highwayman; -Nothln* doln. "I want to say my: prayers for had a wife to keep, me posted.Houston ."- beautiful place. We feet ftf ;;1F&f
won't. three weeks ahead."-Bystander.G. well then." said the boy: "I
old boy it go. I was brought Post: you a great deal

up la an incubator.Harper's Weekly.: wad joist like it If ye wad tak them Country; Cossa-So jrw 1.. 11
t -. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center. When there is the Indi-
aff when ye're packin my: loonch. slightest when air ;you a-sola tG sew:

'-_ One of the days we remember with N. T, writes: "About four years The Reader. cation of indigestion heart burn Baltimore America

,pleasure as well as with profit to ago I wrote :you stating that I had flatulence or any form of stomach
trouble take a little Kodol occasionally -
i- our health.. is, the one on which wet been entirely cured of a severe kidney Your Liver Long the De
: and :you will get prompt relief. ..
became acquainted with Dr. King'sNew trouble by taking less than two
: is out of order. You go to bed in a Sold by Live Oak Drug Store. d-w* is the popular cry ttnsgta* fd

Life Pills the painless purifiers bottles of Foley'a: Kidney Cure. It j I bad humor and get up with a bad, pean countries; wkn fit Jbe er

-''that cure headache and biliousness entirely: stopped the brick dust sediment !r taste in your: mouth. You want When you are making the excuseit the cry; of the preset fcfk* ili

and keep.the bowels right. 25c at and pain and symptoms of.i something to stimulate Your liver. sounds a lot more satisfactory; than live Dr. King's New DLaai IS.: .

i Barclay &,Groover's Drag: Store. kidney disease disappeared. I am when some making It to ;yon. I
y I Just try: Herblne. the ::Ter regulator. of Throat end Lug
.. d-w ,glad to say that I have never had a Xrff
A positive cure for ConaUpaUon.DTspepala' The Smile of which Mrs. Julia eel
return of any of those symptoms; dur-
"B a-
and all liver Truro. Mass. say:
complaints. that won't come off, appears on ba :.
A Brainy Man. ing the four years that hare elapsedand reSrf IIIquickly.
Mrs. FFt.. Worth Texas, writes"Have by's face after one bottle of White's to give Immediate Iod
;Is :Jones a man of more than av- I am evidently; cured to stay cetA or e&t*
-- -. used Herbine In my: family I Cream Vermifuge the great worm cure a

"e'...,intelligence' ?" cured and heartily recommend Foley's for years. Words can't express whatI :medicine., Why: not keep that smile Paine's opinion is shared If s*
Cure suffering
Kidney one -
'".Ye His wife died ten years ago, any: think about It I Ity of the inhabitaau of tifr** ...
Everybody In
sa from kidney or bladder trouble. on baby's: face. If you \eep this
i',he/s still a widower."-Judge. City Pharmacy.. d-w my: household are happy and well I medicine on hand :you will never see New Discovery; cures w.*.**
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we it after
owe to Herblne. Suwan sore throats
any; thing else but smiles his face.
_', summer on
ring the kidney: irregn- .
Love-is a continuous succession of nee Drug Co. Mrs. S failed and foreosi tlll.It's
''e'are often caused by excessive I Blackwell. Ok1&. writes; ; ..
.' fond farewells and joyous greetings "My: baby: was peevish and fretfuL ew*. S
:. making or ,being overheated. At- d-W.I the only: urt lilt
"- isd:to the kidneys at once by using that follow. I Great,Plan. Would not eat and ,I feared he would by Barclay A Grooftr &

': : :'Fttiey'a: 'Kidney Cure. City Phar- :- I Knlcker-What Is :your ideal of a dieI used ,a bottle of White's 50c and $1.00. Trl&1..tII
All The World
'. *| aey. d-w, *. i model bank? Cream Vermifuge and he has not
', ... \0.1- I knows that Ballard's Snow Linimenthas I I had a-sick day: since. Suwannee ..

::'_ ';;;Happiness Is sweetest If its light ni superior for Rheumatism 1 BCkerne: In which the depositor Drug Co. dw 1

",' 'ffelnes.through mist of tears of sori -. Stiff Joints. Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago gets a chance to embezzle.: New Dirrctio Deter s**

-, :$w.. '.... i it York Sun. It must make a monkey: mighty "How ; miles rill p2'i
and all pains._, Buy: try; It and :you many
." nappy: to hear certain l 1l
.;1': {,will always use it. Any: body who people denying; gasoline carry as .atJ ,
:. :. .War AgainstConsumptior. Quick relief for Asthma SufferersFoIey's the Darwinian theory; of eTOluUoN st !*':l..
has used Ballard's Snow Liniment is "Straight ahead or .
*" ( Honey and Tar
-Atf: nations are endeavoring to affords Immediate
; a living proof of what it does. All 1
to asthma sufferers in man ever got tar'If he kept
,, sktbe"ravages of consumption.
we ask of :yon is to get a trial bottle. the worst stages and If taken In time'thinking of the Journey; rather than

''''t the, 'white plague" that claims so Price 25c, 50e and $1.00. Snwan will ..effect' cure. City Pharmacy.dw :::the goal at the end thereof.

!.ftny.."t. victims each year.- Foley's nee Drug Co. d-w DRIN ,

\1 oaey: and-Tar cures coughs.and Kodol will nourish and strengthen "1
A mistake Is something that Is The Other Xam I
and are in no
5-f OJAQ perfectly you your digestive organs and '
'_ ,*' Eer of consumption. Do not'risk t t recognized last of all by the fellow "We hare no toadyism In America. the I f
:health by taking some unknown(who made 1CStimulation' ." natural digestive Juices for :your Laxative FSploasant

," ',ration when Foley's Honey and "Nor"V stomach. It will make :you well "
.- ,Is safe and certain in .results,I Without Irritation. "No; we call It respect for the Kodol Live Oak digests what StCrt you. Jat. Sold by: is c U -

-.j.genuine Is In a :yellow package. :That Is the watchword. That Is office.Louisville Courier-JournaL Drug d-w "-

,.. d-w what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup; The new laxative. fa
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I proof of the existence of ,
does. Cleanse and stimulates the Abraham Lincoln naveCures
I The value,anything_ you are buy- was a man who, against an a strong imagination. In women. is not gripe or
bowels without irritation In any form odds thai i
ls determined by how badly you I attained the highest honor a man they fall, In love with men., stontch ** t

:HLy .Clty'Pharmanc1. d-w could get In the United States. Ballard' cbt't:" t:
.'= .. .. Horehound A cleansing clean cooling, sooth- troubles and
j Syrup; has
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On The Desk.First lag healing "
for backache, housetold remedy "is i* :
remedy never by
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_. Fly (boastfully)-I've past any; DeWitt's Carboliied _
>:;4 of the other like witch Hazel '
kidneys; Inflammation remedy. It Is a sure cure ::
the hatching age the creeping age for Salve. Sold by: Live Oak natural attic:-
Coughs. :
erls >eWlt Kidney'and BladThelr Colds. Bronchitis Influenza Drug Store: ,. .
action is prompt and the flying age. and an Pulmonary 4-"* ach liver and '
I1s. ; diseases. ,
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Second FI-If ;yon don't look out
week's tratment fold r Every: mother shoul3
re. A ,keep supphed .ubattp
:; by Live Oak Drug Store, ;you'll land In the mucilage.-York: with this wonderful cough., medidie It Is mighty: mean to send a penniless Retu.e r

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Shelter Raney,baa re- attention; and;aH orders aromptly ftilied.

ails kiaet the tadfefcneats bas Informed We wm give:,you good Vices._ on ,low .grade: tag .aid '

*kt sad Stovall that site flooring. ,Come and get'our,prices., Oak Mtling Works! Ta itdLaF t i

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Bag,ad witaotet Beeee the efcargtag prosecuting them Round trip $3.00;' to Charleston,; S. c roundtrip ;

sg:the=usual course :$5.QO.. 'Special train leaves Jacksonville .9:00: SEABOARDt

arewesttea tae eo rt,"of L the e.. cone fiHngto A. ,M. an, July 16th: via the ATLANTIC i .

or otter ewmalttlng magic- COAST LINE. Returning on any train up to -,'

the Motae of warrant; forth July '3K For further information apply'fo Savammfi : j:
and the holding ; ; Columbia .CRaleigh Southern Fkwg, "
of tM parties fiwwec: BOYLSTON'District i i, ,ia.i T '
emaml nation by the Passenger Agent. RKhrcoaa+ ,. W :;

-,pefflriBair isnlBg the warranL.oedsraSeikttor. ; I ,--, .. 138 West Bay St. JaduonvWe,,Ra.Pitts&McBwen 'I Philad eIpfti&i aad.New York. ._ :

: Bane; I -' '

fs tan sal eooree Proud ( TWO 'ELEGflHT ,
bv for:tae fsatttation ot cram.rrvtos. -- .
When an affidavit .-
sty party with the viola 1 1I I Seaboard ,Express :Seaboard Mail

_ic Bade and filed.with :
tew General
et t .., .. Agents..
Justice of the -- Wholesale nd
rusty mile or any 1 Re '

ikif tai W of said officer for the Viwe'awarrant For, ,the General ,Accident I I Modern : Pullman : Epp neiit. t ':

__ i 11fuilDealersinFl .' '
= l s with the crime, &pre j -Assurance Corporation: of ri- -'" .
'kssrlnc 1;'held before such '
act if:the evidence at ,PHILADELPHIA da and Western The Jamestown Exposition:Line

hearingwarrants NORFOLK. 'V A. '
fe committed to jail -

y F l M4 to await trial in the MEATSPhone Excursion Tickets omSle Deil7'
Accident and Health InsurancefBt&tCmS
_ rlRttrwbile.-oa; the,ether -
1 r .
>lies flTes the solleKor powtefensatten on popafcr Monthly Premi' 24.Prompt For full information' and Sleeper reservation call on acy amt

dtit tit :itoect i, yet of Seaboard or,write,,
um plan.
a pal isle, he contends the % S. C. IOYLSTON.JR. Asst. GenL Pass.Accent,Jacksonville. PU. .

i of Jattice: is better deliveriesanywhere s .. .. ,

t hf MMrtteg to the prelim .. "- ,

b. before a committing ..
All issued and
policies :. ih .the
,aad.steeebe, has been '. 1 '.' ',' '.' 1 !.' :
fit'I coaaty-he has gener 'paid:from,this'office. I I OURSAVINGSDAPARTMENT "
: ate policy. In this ,:. ," City. .

F SM he Bees no"reason fortees c is not restricted in the scope of its 'patronage.. It is i
the geeerai ruler InTiidai broad enough to accommodate all and. -. ..
Agents Wanted ,Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough '" .- ..
it partiealarly appro- r 1.L .
_ his i ease a preliminary syrup. Contains no opiates. It !

Ifel hsM before an indictment l drives the cold out of the system by; -The young folks with their small savings. -

orriCE POST' OffICe: 8i ing. t gently moving the bowels. Contains 2.-The breadwinner, striving:to accumulate a fund I ;
.j Honey.and Tar and tastes near
iSiMT gtres aB&arance,bow. i to procure a home, or a competency for old age.
:: ly: as good as maple syrup. Children
I a.ptelfw1ary_ezaminaeridenee : I 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and
Live Oak -. '-, Florida.) like It. Sold bLive Oak DrugStore f
the income provided.
sN tie is sat ;
4.. ;Uw saea against whom ; J drw t v. 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. ;! _

i an Msght+ that he 'will ,Respect for office often' falls off t THE FIRST NATIONAL: SANK, Im_ fek,:! J! '

x .- s1 Ike Times, Jndge when there Is no' way for'the'office to . .

the proper coarse, effect you. "

ter;his pEi3Uen.ire
.',". e The Charming Woman WEAK

,,0 ',- ...... Knight -andsBggestion Is"not\necessarily'one of perfect forma

,,' .aispt'w.' to d' features. Many a plain woman HIARt 5

"iIII'Q I(before _a>fcom- ,who could never serve, as an artist's FrVH
"' tIe,-PI des. is:not model possesses those rare qualities ::1E & ft I INI

TAR that all the world admires: neatness *
--W r' A flw | llBl
clear eyes' clean smooth skin and
tiop pablic *n rest the sprightlIness of step and action, art caused by Indwes&a. If you sat a -
little too much,, or if you are subject to vsras tatsaat
_,iMtsUIL Knight and that accompany good health.' A pbyjslcally '1 attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt
pub-the, for weak woman Is never attractive bad shortness of breath rapid heart beats
Oe,_aeeoant of Dir not even ,to herself. Electric;I'heartburn Indigestion or palpitation causes the cf the stomach heart to For SicK Livers

P __ HMnmmated arrange- Bitters,restore weak women., give expand-sweH and puff up against the
strong nerves bright eyes, smooth., heart. This crowds the heart and interferes
*fc state this morn- with its action and in the course d .
fisc,tfcree weeks, the velvety; skin ,beautiful complexion.Guaranteed ton the hurt becomes diseased A PURELY VEGETABLE
at Barclay & Groov.erI
-M.IB abeyance until I -= COMPOUND:
Druggists 60, cents d-w"j
arraaU will be KodolFor

Ute leeMT jadge toy 'i CURES ATTOfe/ .Oi Dta&XP# trod* .
The.value of a fact depend'-largely -! QmCKLY r> f
L. ieReeae'fes_ : COMPLJUNT
upon what It Is you happen to be Dyspepsia A GUARANTEED CUt for an dise&Ms pro c.d bJ
after which !!
trying to prove. off TORPID LIVER and IMPUftC .OOD. One boUl. yonchased
takes the strain
cfffwU? what yore eat.
t properly beet save you s sick spell tomorrow.
J I of the heart and contributes nourishment today may
record;The One essential of success in this 'strength and health to every organ of ti
is Bete* Raney body? For Indigestion. Dvtpfpsia. Soar OF CHILLS AS* FEVZS AFTEB ,
world Is the ability to your Stomach Inflammation of the njacownembranes BALL r Ails!)
I tits Batter,,acting boss 1 ling the StoDaeb i an work
'thi, ealet< possibly : your I aye TkacL Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrtf Mn.w.A.Whlte R$. Emory>Tea. ,
sad fever
Iud chills
the Stomach.ft writes; 'My child
My, 1Uim conwitnessed- -It'Is as hard for the average man I I >?rm drc for four year*. We tried aD kinds of .

! WtM, eoart,. toattend 'to his own business as to _''s heart pahate tintrreseeodworlddfatr'uttea sad I would become ftr7.1r.I lDedidau.&lid haJlY"w -
bottle et[add aDd it p"sae mine
let another man's alone. tae 4nafy i cat_a lJ1< ......
I I r.5f.s.1.ORNG I CHOJ.S. coal: Tee have 1D1' pe-llllhJi-. .
I cheerfully .
for'Di W iroaNe aM was In a bad slats u I to pob&h this testlssotial._u
L1, The hardest thing to learn W 3wt stomach trouble with It. I took Jtlldol Drspsysia recomma4 Babble to an mothers"
1 st inert: Is that they are not absolutely oars ear ascot roar' mnauu i Aaa1 0. basing;children aSkte4 ti.1IIiAe.UI"t .
fable > t .
i,eases.ofAmos Sic bit? TKWLURI ...
essential to this world. j 50TTIZ
? "Backlen'i P. Digests What You Eat SMW IWMKXT N.

i Your wife Is a'person who knows ST. LOUB. ,,. S. A.
a ,sore :
I >hii suffered on the difference between your character ::;:= I 1 _

." .and your reputation. ,'ta i SOLD AND lIE D BY
$M soresbjitBar. The Live.Oak Drag
36c.. lOLEYSfGh'EY; Suwannee Drug : '.
j'I Company
d-w ..4&1.Ub u.-4"ass.r

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."-- -j -- *-&- -s=- j,r;;: ':fii ; if FnuA
: .i' was
order to soaerlyt
: BACK TO THE OLD WATSh -I send his family north in : ,get b.
B DAILf DEIOCR.4T I 0t ]sit\be tire =
-> ,. .. better climatic conditions, fad tfcej i ? : __ fraternity,
,-.1. '" -'" Caleaga has many problems growing ratt lea'!..-.:. Oe3srssdo. but taysuccessor es =
.PW....... every Afternoon child, saysthe DeH o ; '" -
r--.. ,. '.#:;:.... ,r-ftwept, Sunday; -*" -_- .. out of her huge mixed population bdio': ?follow, .asthfcrprelenee with Johi-sborrood'bai_)aie; ...s tit ,
gathered 'from af ends of tee earthy] tbet family was necessary'and now fled with. tH ******&*=fttrity'of that te may tt* 1

\CHASW. IRVIN. ,Editor-and Mer.Batered but.she is Just now'awakening'to the ;finds' that the child will 'have to betaken '. Florida, audit is sisWeiy aope4'UtK State as did r

I New Mexico. his retirement will be oI temporary.. Pierce Haws,
Colorado or
E fact that-one of the largest d.dlmcult .most
: 'at' the ,Poatofflce. Lire Oak t- Mr. Irvin took charge as president: The State.prese;OSA ilia; lied sic permanent

"may; ,Florida.. November as Second,T. 1905.Class Mall Matter of, them is' the Chicago' boy, I and editor with the Issue of Monday.He : retirement, for besides being I J. F..;
turned out In.Job lots from_her. common best newspaper he itor -
says in his salutatory that though, one, fll the men and -

.schools, a very tough kid, with he is a stranger 'to the state, he has is a high toned Christian gentlemanwho Dagy Demoeret
', THE_ _LIVE 011 PUBLISHHG COMP1HY. neither the fear of God nor man in his lived all his,life in the south, and reflects honor upon any business seeded by Chi%

h z. .' heart.and very,little promise, of'good. that he has spent, much of his life,in in which he engages. Though a paper faaa of! **$
: THE' DAILY DEMOCRAT will ,be 'work. stranger In the State Mr. Irvin is:'an The little ton ,-- -
citizenship in his future. .Mayor. newspaper
Z. -:.mailed to 'any part:of the United The fact that Mr. Sherwood has experienced newspaper publisher, and ill, whichirftttg
t' __. States, pastage prepaid for $5.00 Bnsse has been looking into'th1a problem ( u-*
: 'J' been obliged to send in his resignation his greeting td the patrons of The going,West with tfc,
i ;:per. year; $2.50 for six months; at, the instance of a delegationwho
f ,: $1.25 for three months, or 50 cents waited on him and he has founda even if it prove to be only temporarily Democrat Indicates that he will keep Ibefore long to ie! fc

i if-"'- for five weeks in advance. Delivered remedy'so'simple that its very simplicity and the sad circumstanceswhich the paper up to the high standardof ness again.--Bartcvs 1
' J- to ,any part of the city, by made such action seem necessary excellence lor which it has been
I : carrier,.for 10 cents ,week. will Induce many people to
:"" .per to him will be learned with re- noted since its first issue.-Gainesville Once in a whle
reject It. with scorn. He merely
I -.,/, harks back to his own boyhood and gret by"all the press'of Florida. The Sum profession.mously someos..iZh'
Where la the man who said that he
t the .bed-slat with which his paternalancestor Times-Union hopes to hear soon that
i L had inside knowledge on. the subject subdued his vigorous the 'child's health is improving and Mr. J. Sherwood; formerly edi- those of his fratente,

and thatrthera was to be no..sununerf' that the father is again back in theharness. torand proprietor the Chronicleand from active work at -
,L : young animal nature when it rose in.
word of greet; lately president of the,Live Oak brethren united ems -
this year? Let the mendacious caitiff rebellion against the just authorityof Mr.,Irvin's ; ,

'present himself at these headquarters the parent. And Mayor Busse is ing.tD, the readers t>f ,theVDemocrat Publishing Company has, resignedthe ing prevails In tie ae*

read like the work,of a polished writer -. presidency of that company on nity of Florida irk tips,
the of the
and catch the sulphurous breath ofI rightWe sing glories
t' : account of the illness of his son of J. F. Sherwood
and experienced newspaper ,
simple life and we would gladly get I ,
a few' steaming remarks we would Times-Union. Frank whom he will take to Coloradoor Oak Democrat,vba
back to it as we groan and sweat aw
; be glad to hiss into his ears. New Mexico for a change in cli gone West Sherwood
under the burden of complex modern ,fc
I I Mr. Charles W. Irvin has been mate. We" sincerely trust this change a successful nrwiptfd
k : conditions; and one of the best features j( ;
Today Santa Rosa county votes on of that life which we need most:, elected president of the Live Oak j will produce the best'results without was a man la every

= Publishing Company to succeed ,Mr.i delay and that Mr. Sherwood and word, who Is liked :
the paramount issue of "wet" and"dry" to recover now, was, the relation of
I Ij.I F. Sherwood who Is in Colorado, family will return to Florida real paper man and printer is
J and the prohibitionists seem parent and child .In which love was
a I i'caring for a sick chtfd. Mr. Irvin is soon. Mr. Charles W. Irvin one His, withdrawal tras .
regulated by common sense and the ?
confident of success. If they win it I
.; also the of of the widest experienced, newspapermen nallsm is not
strap or the hickory or the bedslat now ltot..and manager I only a Ipa,!
: will be thereafter a long dry ride was the scepter of authority whichno the Live Oak, Democrat He; la,*1 r In the state.. is now president of dens every one of his trtain

t.x4 from Pensacola Jacksonville with youngster dared defy. The an- graceful and forceful' writer ,and no the company; and he will doubtless,do that good, old,every-dij rno

c:'1. nary a,booze Joint,on the route. Andyet imal still predominates in human na- event of moment escapes' ;his vigilant his part+to hold this .printery: pIta to longer with the the ,_

eye. The Democrat is one or our high point of excellence.-Citrus crat He is succeeded j
some people say that civilization ture and it must be ruled by force. Vj fe
is losing Its resisting power and iscollapsing The genesis of the mob spirit which most valued exchanges.-Ocala Ban- County Chronicle. Irvin, to whom we exteUis

t:...= under the pressure of cumulative curses the land today will be found ner. --r--; '. welcome --Ft, treys Bra
"Announcement is made in the Live
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modern evU. in the home where the father baa -
abdicated his authority shirked his A surprise ,has come to Florida Oak Democrat that Mr. J. F. Sherwood Editor J. F $hertroc&tk

If Governor Broward agrees with solemn responsibility both to society newspaper men in the resignation of has severed his connection with made the Live Oak .DUIaa 1

t _Editor I/Engle that Judge Stewartwas and his own child and permitted the J. F Sherwood as editor and manager that paper en account of the Illnessof of the ablest dailies is.

a,party to the "great conspiracy"why child to grow up untaught in self- Qf the Live Oak Democrat and as I his little ,son and has gone with has resigned his podtla I

'is that functionary permitted to restraint determined to have his own president of the. Live Oak: Publishing' his family to Missouri. Florida has count of the fusses of th,

,5 remain on the bench when the Governor way in all things reckless of the Company: 111 health in Mr. Sher-I' never contained a better citizen thanJ. son whose health

has the power to remove him? rights of'others, and, when manhood wood's:family, has compelled him to F. Sherwood and the state press change ot elimata Tit

If the ,I/Engle charges are true. arrives. is ready to despise and defy sever the pleasant relations with this loses one of its foremost members. have gone to Kansas dr.k

'- .. Judge Stewart is certainly not a the law of the land as he was In State's pencil pushers. He is now in May health be restored to his family go farther west Wt ytA

proper person to hold a Judgeship in youth to laugh at the "old man" who Kansas City Mo., and from there will and prosperity' attend him,.:wherever- itor Sherwood with regret tii

Florida. go to Colorado or New Mexico hop- he may locate. Mr. cba's Irvin is
never had. the nerve or the sense to the mission that tabs tin ws j

I- enforce his .own authority with a ing that his son Frank will benefit the new editor ,and manager of the prove a success Chas

Jacksonville has become alarmed good stout hickory. Modern ingenuity by,the change. < Live Oak:owes muchto Democrat and we extend to him our: the new editor of the Deaaet

at the threatened Invasion of that has evolved a prodigious mass Mr. Sherwood's splendid,work in very best wishes.-White Springs: Judging from his creetlar b

.city by the Georgia; saloon men who of diversified and iridescent rot to the newspaper- field and the Demo-j Herald. writer capable and tubas fc<

will have to go' out of business on supersede the simple rules and maxims crat has long been recognized ....:..- i iI the Democrat ep to Its Wiles

the 31st of December. 1907 and an of our fathers, founded In sterling of the best dally papers in Florida.I I J. F. Sherwood has resigned the I standard.-Arcadia Oam-.

ordinance is now under consideration common sense, but nothing quite so It Is to be hoped that circumstanceswill editorial management of the Live Oak

by the city council requiring nine rotten as that the great roaring bel- soon be such that Mr. Sherwoodwill Democrat and the presidency of the Editor J. F. Shmro.Ira:

months bona fide residence in order lowing, kicking herd of young hu- be enabled to return to Florida publishing company being compelled time president and peers BS

to secure license to fell liquors. It man animals who now possess the where a cordial welcome will always to go west;with his family on accountof 1 of the Live Oak PsbUAhf&

'is claimed that Jacksonville alreadyhas : earth in rapidly increasing numbers await him. His successor is CharlesW. the illness of one of his sons. :Mr. I,sent in his resin utsoa to Ot

one saloon to every 56 white pop- can be brought up on the sugar teat Irvin to whom Is extended the Sherwood Is a very able man. and his I pany. Charles W. Irvin bf

ulation over 21 years ,of age. The of "moral suasion and made good hand of fellowship by the members oC retirement from editorial work. in elected as his neetswt. It

saloon men admit that there is already and useful citizens without the sharp the State press...:.--St. Augustine Rec- Florida will be generally and sincerely sorry to loose Bra S&emei

a strong sentiment In Jacksonville correctives which leave them no alternative ord. regretted. He Is succeeded by our ranks and extend to *t

in favor of prohibition and they but to obey. Not until hu- Chas. W. Irvin an"experienced newspaper the hand of fellowship.Mr. .-Jig*

fear that any material: increase in man nature becomes all divine can I The Live Oak Democrat makes the man and a graceful writer.-

the number of saloons would Important announcement that Mr. J. Tampa Times.
we safely dispense with the old meth Chas. W. Irvto f* 1
increase such public sentiment against ods. F. Sherwood president of the company The good will of the people of Flor- and manager ot the Lbt 0 13

them.-Gainesville Sun. owning that paper has resigned. ida will follow Mr. Sherwood where- ocrat Now that Mr. brit
The loss to the Democrat and to the ever he J
The final speech-making Is now in goes.-.Qeala Star.J. his bow we think that ft 1sa

Recently the Times-Union print- full blast In the famous Haywood newspaper fraternity accentuatedby reading after him for some t5a

ed a news story telling of the won- murder trial in Idaho'and we may the fact that the hand.of disease F. Sherwood has resigned as :: Democrat is a daily sitar .

derful :water: power at Suwannee look for a hung jury about the latter has been heavily laid upon the family president of the Live Oak Publishing
heart-Quincy 11meL'I
shoals awaiting only the lasso of capital of the retiring president his Company of Live I
part of the week. When a group of son. Oak. and has been r

s to harness it and put It to work brilliant and learned advocates who Frank being in such a condition as to succeeded in that position by C. W. II I The resignation of l. t-*.-]

for the) people of Fl:rida. It was have profoundly studied the case Insist -i}i make residence In Colorado or New Irvin who purchased Mr. Sherwood's from editorial work oa*tt!

shown that sufficient power daily with all the arts of consummate Mexico necessary. For: this reason holdings In the company. Mr Sher-:' departure
Democrat and his
churns Itself into useless chattering eloquence that Harry Orchard has Mr. Sherwood feels called upon to .wo d was one of the moat popular tI I**
state Is distinct
there lo fun the electric light plantsOf told the truth the whole truth and I i sever his Florida connections. That newspaper men in the state and we a headed **
Jnornalism. Clear
;Lake City Live Oak Jacksonville: nothing but the truth and another I the sought-for healing may be foundin regret that he has severed his con- adTOest*It-' '
writer and fearless
and several other towns. For ages group of equally brilliant and learn-I I the atmosphere of the new home, nection with Florida journalism. He a Xl.If''
he believed to
these _falls have been singing; their ed advocates who have also profoundly I and that the lad may be fully restored -will probably associate himself with *fI1IiS''
added to these a genial
song calling capital to came and cap- studied the case insist with the : will be the fervent wish of every journalism in the west. The best He.will K t&.!:
ture them: and yet they sing unrestrained ; Floridlan Succeeding Mr. wishes the temperament
same brand of eloquence that Harryis I Sherwood, of Florida press go with is estszthat **l*
: But there;; is one who has the: biggest liar unhung and has Mr. Chas. W. Irvin- has bought his interests him.-Clay County Times. to his successor to k* *

heard the voice and heeded It. ,A carefully refrained from telling the In the Democrat: and his he will prove UB a*

Floridian who has lived for years truth on every material point what'sa name appears as editor and manager. The Courier-Informant. In equally as good.-Tamps |
common _
within sound ,of ,the falling waters poor jury to do but throw up itsbands Mr. Irvin is.'"a. stranger in Florida with the entire press of the State I bI 1.7
interpreted<< the song and is now and declare Itself hung hard but he is a native-born southerner feels deep regret that Editor F.I' Mr. J. F. **
J. Lht <
ready. .;.. to.:-convey the message to the and fast We,are a great people in and his Introductory, article' 'la the Sherwood has severed his connection the presidency of the fwt

industrial world. He has,bought all this country for majority rule; why Democrat rings with the proper spir with the Live Oak Daily fishing Co.. and Wit>tdrsn J* 9

the lands on both sides of the Suwan- don't we extend It to Jury verdicts? it. It Is to be hoped'that the owners Which he has done Democrat. editorial control of tlt tJLemocra.
so much in f1aS'son.
river the entire and readers of the ._ The serio
nee length of the rap Democrat will experience lishing and
placing in the
front rank his reus
ids and. is ready :for capital to assist TRIBUTES TO MR. SHERWOOD, no loss or Inconvenience by of Florida Journalism. necessitating

'him in using one.ot the 'most valua- the change. The Democrat is .regarded succeeds Mr. Sherwood C. W. Irvin orado or New Mexico sal< f

t $le properties in. the entire state. Who Has Resigned as Editor of the as one of the strongest papersof the Live Oak as presidentof him to take this ste* A .
wa er-Piwer is the most inexpensive Democrat. And to Air. Irvin. His the state a credit to the people and as editor of the Company Irvin takes his place. wig

obtainable, and when"Utll ed to gen- Successor.. who make it, and it Is destined to and Secretary R. Democrat. He ly welcome to the editorfal,:._'tC

,crate electricity the power can be J. F. Sherwood president of the still further credit and honor, if It hands at the business A. Gray are old Brooksville Argus. .,.

conveyed,by wire for many miles. Live Oak Publishing Company and pursues its established course.. doubt and will no -i-'j
4 The .11m a-Unlon hopes to" see the editor of the Democrat has resigned Tampa Tribune.J up to the paper high and the business Mr. J. F Sherwood 1 JJ Jf
;. guwannee shoals, water-power .harnessed'at at least temporarily. He has sold a -- have always maintained. they as president of the Uff i'i
'early' date. When this considerable portion of his interest < F. Sherwood has -Bartow nceee4f4
an. : resigned: as Courier-Informant. lishlng Co., and is i
., done'factories ot various.kinds'willeffing .to Charles" W. Irvin who was elected president of'the LiT Oak Publishing Chas. W. Irvin )fr. If'ta !JJ

np" along the river and in :the president at a meeting of the board of Company and managing editor of '

'neighboring towns and the..vealtli pf directors. Mr. Sherwood was led to TheLiveOak.JaIly Democrat> & tained Monday's Live Oak Democrat' ;Con- comer to the State a

the state will" be multiplied*many. take this step through the illness of succeeded by Charles W., Irvin. Mr Ignition an announcement of the res ability and will be i ,
of J. p.
fold. Times-Union. < his little son Frank. He had to Sherwood's resignation 'was caused and Sherwood as editor by the people_Taylor
of the company. This aid.
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U[ JL Seal of Perrr b here to-day.l l Alt Blackman Is now working for Curtis Grubb Jr., went to Jasperon E. W. McMullen, of Sutherland, Eld. Wiggins went to Peacock to

the L. Q. P.. &; G. on the yard'englnB. : business yesterday. was In the city last evening. day..

F:!I* BonnaU. of Rocky Cut. was; I I !I,I -
J. Adams, of Perry was hereon G. H, Dorman. of 'Houston, was A. G. Hampton of Hampton Bloxham Gardner came In off of
i sib today on
, business yesterday. here yesterday on his way to Perry Springs was In the city last evening. the road this morning

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... Wtoe. of Rixf ord. is In the Mrs. Roy Helton of Porter Stationwas Mrs. Blanchard and Miss Bland Rev. A. Bond of Lanier, was here J. B. Barton and family returned
41. here shopping yesterday. ard. of Jasper were here today. !! yesterday on business. from Jacksonville this morning

iMr 6e#*a.of O'Brien.was here Constable Morgan of Wellborn W. L. Sullivan of Porter Station: ,I Col. S. S. Sanford of Perry, was Mrs.: D. E. Horne and children re-

:was here yesterday was here yesterday. here today and went to Lake City. turned from Branford last evening

''t k 6.Owen of Lur avtlle.Ia In the Mrs. M. E. Lee, of Lake City who Cot Ira Carter's two sons are quite W. and Julian Suraski are re C. E. Halle, Jr., came In from Su-

4'.',. 1 bas r been visiting at Mayo was here s'ck with fever. 'H ported quite ilL wannee Springs. this morning.The ... fi

yesterday on her return home.Capt. -

'....?trk Trammell, of Lakeland., Miss Julia Gornto,* :pretty 'Miss Mrs. Stone and Mrs. W. C. White Junior League are having a f

[[ tan yesterday en route to Talla-' W. J.. Hillman. was,register ,from Willlston. arrived here. last returned from'the Springs. this morn-, picnic this afternoon at the Gipsy '

ed 'at the Aragon in Jacksnvllle evening on a visit to relatives. f Ing.. camp.

yesterday. .- :
Commission board near'L; ,C. C. Griffin of the Western Union
tor, G. N. Trawlck and wife, of The Board of County Al\"TEp-PrlY&te.

were here yesterday onI. ers and School Board are In session. 0_ P... &. ,G.. shops or MethodISt office here exchanged 100 messages
/nest Mrs. H. J. Morris and song who, today. church. Apply to S. at Democrat. with Jacksonville yesterday.
hare been Tlsttlng'In Georgia returned .J

.. home today. When you want Braying of any DeWitt's Little Early Risen, Small
i.Dracia, of Jacksonville was Miss Jeffle Harris la now assisting '
kind phone 129. W. N. Boat- sure cafe pills. Sold by Live Oak
.e, city yesterday, en route to Mrs. Lawler In the latter's millinery
'w. L. Taylor went to Quincy this store. f right, tf Drug Store. d.w*

morning to look after his tobacco
Mrs. Henry,Taylor and baby went Mrs, J. L. Parker of, Dunnellon
H Ckyton and wife, of PeacocILe farm there. Hardy Bryan went to Jasper yes
J to Luraville, this morning ona visit was here today en route to Day sta-
*<* yesterday en route to Por- I terday. Mr. Bryan has been quite
to her parents. tion.
sties,. P. C. Fletcher Mayo's popular sick ftr some time and confined this -

druggist was here yesterday en home. l and the crowd from Live Oak visited -
I Ground has been broken A large
lit.Lee. of Mayo, was here yea route to Jacksonville. I. Sunday In
trees are being removed, for the erection Suwannee Springs
Mr.Lee Is assistant cashierOfeeas < Cot J. B! Johnston,..editor t>f the of the largest block on Ohio automobiles and carriages.-

Bank of that place. Wm. Walker who lives six miles Pasco county Democrat passed Parshler..
avenue for Miss Emma
from the city is the father of a fine through: here this morning' ,en route Hamp Gatlin ,and Miss Leila

...WLa- Tedder, of Fenhol- boy born Sunday. home from Georgia. 1 i J. D. Poole, of Rixford. was here: James, were married at Alton 'Sanday. -

.m ta the city yesterday. I \ today. He said they were holding a Eld W. A. )rdan officiating.
Genial Jeff Davis, of the White Miss Hattie Skipper, who has been. and Democrat extends congratulation.The .
) fine meeting at New Hope great The ;
,Jr.sad Mrs.J. H. Braswell re- Springs Herald and B. F. Umstead here on a visit to her brother.. Alex Interest is being manifested.

** ,White Springs today. were In the city Monday, arising returned to her home in Jasper yerday. Suwannee Hardware Co.. will

Ms. Bnnrell has been .quite over In a buggy. : } Yesterday morning J. H. Rogers extend their store 56 feet back two

"fete***. !I' of Jacksonville of the Macedonia neighborhood approached tries with electric elevator In
MIls Hattie Dickey
--- LOST OR STRAYED seven- the reporter and sta'e that same. H. J. Morris has the contract -
nd Miss Lizzie Clark of Lake City
Twker has returned 1 7ear-**ld cream mare from pasture time he was in danger of ,being lynched for: the building of same and

f ted will now make Liveneat I I near I.!ve Ock. Finder: please retu-n who have been here for some We advised him to go to the County will begin within twenty days.
Annie White returned
the guests of
home. This will to undersigned Hinely Stephens this Judge and sheriff and seek protection

m to all,as Mrs. Tucker IsKNiar j I Company ** to their respective homes here which he did. It seems that sometime Misses Hattie Lou and Whitley 1
In our city I morning. During their ago one of his young daughters Dickinson of Madison who have
recipients 01 ..
j Frank C. Boyleston .Distinct Pas trey have justly been the married a stranger and Mr. Rogers been visiting White Springs for sometime -' ,

b4 '. &ntler and baby left I senger Agent A'iantl: Coast Line 'many honors. and they this expressed morning refused them admission to his house are guests of"the family of -

*r Santa Fe on a visit was in the city Satirday 11 1* themselves to the reporter when they returned for, the parental their uncle H. A. Blackburn for a .. -

L* I acknowledged, the ,inadequacy : 'as having been ro"aIlT'eptertain- the brothersof
McGregor. Master said that he blessing. As a result few days.
ed while,here.: They have made many
went along to visit of our dept facilities, and the girl are said to have arrayed
and It is to ba ,
i J that something ought to > done +ramediately. :lasting friends here their themselves against the father, and

'! hoped they will eon repeat neighbors have taken sides In the Cottages with kitchens and dining .J

sI = U now clerking Tlslt. matter Mr. Rogers told us that yesterday rx>m for rent at Suwannee Springs. ]
Meek Miss Kate McCoy, who has been of his friends came to him
s and News Co. morning broughtthe two furnished except Unen; .4
this Cottages
tt> the good," no mat- living with her sister. Mrs. W. W. The that the town of Lee. 8 and'told him that they bad been requested kitchen and dining room furnished .'

G in this city for the past two news to join a body of men to
was in ashen and stove $7 per
of Madison chairs
miles east with tables
years, left for her former home in lynch him but this we hope. Is a
eetacles, pro- Wilmington; N.C.., Saturday. She Another report was that burned.four The mistake. The people <<)'1t there are week or $20 per month. No charge

: her nephew, and the ginnery had would not r-anrt touch for baths to cottagers. Apply to FRees
***_. Book store was }accompanied by, this morn'ng. and law-abiding and
of _th-e. Seaboard wires were all down for so trivial acause. Live Oak. or 8nwanneSprings.
or near br Quincy .McCoy agent could violent means L.
** his wife. the exact extent of is strictly a famIly tf -
*rded. E. R.dw. at Madison and directory The trouble
j nt be ascertained. Polk's affair and should be kept that i
It The;: contract for' building, the ,gives the following business way. Mr. Rogers Is very nervous Sunday at 'p. m.,. an electric ->.,

as entire Pleasant: Hill': school house was the town: store C. .M. but says he Is going to defend himself visited this city, accompanied -4
; storm
$ -fib f J. EJ J. A. Adams. general at the cost of his
for the Superintendent his home :
girded by C. W.Johnson, and considerable wind and a downpour / ...
Asa. J tot M: Tlmmennon.. his bid Frier general The sheriff bout by
Mr. Wood, Co.; Mrs., life if necessary. Some damage was don '
Lee Ginnery of rain.
Y far"a week[betes tie lowest bid made con hler. druggist; West. Sullivan of the city but we are confident perfect telephone and
Annie..Neely, Milliner; accorded to the electric light.
e fa> Hy fttfcm '....&0. Work :will begin onte W. D. Williams protection will be
general store; telegraph wires. -
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or ris Jwwwe as soon as the material cans wherever it is ,found necessary.
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Fruit Punch has been awarded. seam.. 108 p lit...... ., ., _gjJ I.L2am = b;It" .'"

the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and" a12pmat w U -- r L:

success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance r-
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FORMULA 8&0. m 11.*.,..___._... _' .. .-_...- t"r
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8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE I 10 0o a m' a so p m Le arth.._.._ .wW

4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE I t0 Ea a I I U p m "___ _........_.-..Sawaane.- Rj.er_.......---' I s i s ,

Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, J 1'14!! -t m. a I a0 to p mILe-Aato Nood-.., _. --..-.. ...s 5,,
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} allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the I tit ma +1." ......_..-.Jla : '

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add I a 1ft a m, Ar ..Altom t.J..
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w'_,. has already been dealt with in Christ 11 i a m I r p.u Ly_ ......_...SaJt 1.1 Ro.d."i,h h1'
_. ::' At The Baptist Church. I I I %. Justification cannot be pur- and that if 1 will accept His finished U o..11..1.,,_..... ...jokL--- I.. ,

t{:;t.: There were splendid services at the I chased by works no matter how good work I may stand complete and per 12 1.... .. lips. 1." a.rt':....._.___ ---- I.\, i
: Baptist church both morning and nor how many. Scripture text, Ram. UIO. .1i..L" ,, .
:,.:, !righteousness i a.. .. .... _
Ii: night- Sunday. The subject for the I 3124-28 and Acts 13:38-39. uae. a7 .15..LY---.F ___ <
11 o'clock sermon was "JustificationBy I I 3. Justification rests absolutelyand is perfect .and I am In lUm.i UIO. .. 5L.1.1 .r

Faith." The pastor spoke S5 alone upon faith In the finished i, The Lord's Supper was administered l 00 S lit t 600 --Pvr7 u __, __ __l i t sf1 i/ 19
minutes on what he called "the edge i wore of Christ. Scripture text Jno. at the close of the sermon a1Ar _!

of the subject" promising to continuethe 1 5:24 and Acts 13:39. and Rom. 3:30; Bra. Eean. who was once pastor of 1-gj
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discussion at another time. Many I memorial **acy SutwnW 1, r. Ati+a
present expressed themselves as being -i 4. Justification which was oris- service.T 8 HAM* Gtn.raJpM.ciwA*,,,t.PARTY' '

:- greatly helped by the sermon,! nated and Revealed by God Himself e congregation at night was not
< and which cannot be purchased by so large usual. The
and of having a keener appreciation i as pastor spoke
ef the subject of Justification. The good works, but rests upon faith in for th'rty minutes on the same subject TlCKBfiV
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-< four Introductory thoughts of themorning Christ iU ultimatum the Ul as in'the m'rnlng. The ordi -

sermon with proof texts glorification of the believer. Scripture ,- nance of baptism was administered.

and discussed were as follows: text. Rom. 8:30. following the sermon.
given Incidentally t + Live Oak to Dow{ng Part on safe <***rat
last thought
i=== -j. justification as a Doctrine Uf 5. The .
: i God and for man and man has no i discussed was how God could be just t I. T. U Balsden and wife. Mrs A rate of 50 cents round trip wttMmaama
be the justifier Dexter and little Miss t I I .f ten ( Cal am
the matter at all since he and at the same time Chlotlle Baden !*- t 1+ sits.
say: so In
consulted In the beginning.|I. f him who Is not just. The answer went to Jennings today in an "IIII.IIIIIIII.I Uket Agent Phone 152 f.*

was Scr'ptnre pot text Rom 83339. a was found In the fact that sin automobile. tt't\ \" \, further information.y .


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**. : SPECIALTIES.Kb Equipped for repairing and --
.Many-men are storing
switching from
EBROOME, one brandof Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

cigars to. another. Not so with the Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines. _.

>vrfoaK T&COUNSELOR AT LAW Also sell the well '-
knoWn Columbia bat-
un:OAK'. t FLORIDA.- Huckleberry smoker; he is _
"aBtM-olu..Stat&. Spe repeater. tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs
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1= yo.iasa p ompt& auead kept in stock. Exclusive agent for .
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POTUC STATE AT LAJIcL Roy Myers Co. : Savill
J ?dY I .,o--. Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville. ,

ilL J. W. WEST MAKERS #+ ; .;"*Sample of this work can be seen,,here. '
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Ohio Avenue. ; .- FOR LIVERY ,. -"
Carroll Building. Ask Your J
M. Beeaency at Ethel Hotel titThe: '.,

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will furnish you your Lime, Cern nt, Buiiding-sand JAMESTOWN
i ML CHAS.< E. TAYLOR, ; ; Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick
VETERINARY. ; j jfalnU OUR SPECIALY: White Sand. Lime Brick. Ask for prices.

your patronage--Office i ', ATLANTIC COAST LINE -RAILWAY ':

awriieoce-Phone niiiiiimnt (3 rings) 148 ; | The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. f .

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T. .J. LYLE We Sell Merchants Only t r $32.75 Season ticket On sale daily with. stop. ,.i ir

Practical r overswithin, limit of ticket Good in sleeper. .

MMKEK X year's experience AND JEWELER Carry Stock of t t 27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily. with stop, -

M****Watches always on hand. I .-.-*e.-.. J I . . > . '. . -. .- y .j f : over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. <

r- Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn, : $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stopover J

'Dttoai Headacfie Cure.IBJPepsin. Oats, Hay' Lard, D. S. Meat Canned Goods of all within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

kinds.. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice,
$14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday
Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, : fi

Lavadura, Ex*racts, Writing Tablets, Lead Pencils only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.t '

: Nete j&e Word Pepsin M Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. t -;
daily trains standard Pullman sleeper morning and night

u. lID c HeeAe, Il4lgestla., Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tblu and train, fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE ..
E lid Keme51851 Wrigleys Chewing Gums FOLDER.. For further imfonration and Pullman write to or call <

i 0. the on Frank C. Boyl-ton, District Passenger Agent Atlantic Cost
Spot. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, Line Jacksonville, Fla. '

"---. ,,fttetfttfy.-..... ....._,. ._._.0.. -Harmless._ I El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. ; -

IPt for a.lo By Visiting Merchants are Cordially in- 4

[ty V ted to make our office their headquarters i

-lit is 4M* ouc.Pharmacy FLA, while in the city. Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

J& OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT; DEPOT'" I I Schedule Effective, May 19. 1807.S '
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live l Oak & Commission Co.'S wear sorrttu ASTBOtTJH >'
F, If t ORIGINAL Brokerage : l8T CULjg [20.CIA3 | 1ST.a.AM {2iwctws.
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. : Duly ex. Duly: SundaysOnly .
tteily.: SuOnly Sanday. x.Son onlyuadaylOaiij'Sunday.10SS

J: fer few, Anywhere A. 1L P. M. P. U. P. 1i. P. U. A. 11.1 A. 1[.
LMVC Leas Lea.. ArrPe AnWe Arrhra Arris
Georgia School 2 M .U..Oak.--- 4661 i Mj. 1 00 I{
I II i bs e' Order for 8 81ft 00{ Z 18 =-== Starr.. =:::::::::::::::: a 471 S 44, ;44| 101*
829 222 SOWn[__.__If reer_..._-.. ..........m. S43| C4 0 1404
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I *t A Cent Each I Ii 8 Ml 2 Z*tol 4! .331 11 __._._' '_. Laacaater SSIteS25 .28 45
Ar 8 45 Ar 2 40;:ArL 840| ,_Dowhnff Park--...--.- '-'' '
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**a* KiiMof party orderuw I 4 8 S7l 4 67JtO 41Vtoo ;" __..._May JonctwaDay ..............m".... 809 S 13 soil 071 f f oa 08)) *!iii 10 ",
:: : i.PtoIseed card as publisher,with I s I! i 00ft 4 zoI_ ...___-- -........................ SOAiSOO S oo.Lv .ool t .oo Y
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TIN Handsome Ark. T. -equipped tad organized In aQ its departments i Li ,Na u.1 llit'Na-:. Nw U. No..1" j. j
lvp.L0re. Poet than ever before. Advanced: courses in Mechanical : ly !\\SNo. Sunda7: .w, : "' DaiJT. 0D.I7 0II.1r IUIdq: -a i!
suet. m teoeipt of ,Electrical Textile, Mining and Civil Engineering i I nn. ] oats: 1_ 1 --5. j jA.
Znjineerin Chemistry, end Cbemistrj. Extensive M A. Y P.L I A. .I PA.. Y. Am-P. 1l. '1
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1900-01-Vaudeville Is 'the Standard Commercial College in NorthlFlorida and is CC

Season 1902-feature of Empire Stock Company ,the best summer' school in this section. "?

.. Season 1903 feature of Barnum & Bailey Scholarships' $40.OO, $5O.QO $7 5OO, and SstO... :

Seasons 04-05-Vaudeville '.. summer announcement.r --
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Thursday,friday and Saturday Nights, July 25-26 and 27th. Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.

Admission 35-50c. Children 25c. M. HATTON hIVE, OAK '- FLORIDAL. G. S, STEPHENS ,.

President and Proprietor :

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The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New\ Y York. ... .

Leave Suwannee Springs. 6:3,0 A. M. Arrive Live Oak 7GO 1
Jacksonville, .' ,. Florida.VISIT { '
U Live Oak 11:30' "Springs 1230 '

THE POPUL R'HEALTH ANt PLEASURE, RESORT ,. Springs' 1:00 P. M., U Live Oak 1:30 PJ

Live Oak 6:00 u It ." 6OO *
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ADDRESS PftRK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDfl LIVECJKSunday II; ; House Call's, 25 cents extra. - Baggage Tranportation per 100 fcvIIIIIUmilllllllilUM4IMMIIMM'HII 5fI '!e

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at The Methodist Church.Tte learning of the M. :E. Church, South. 84

'Sunday school attendance Is The history of the institution has I itr
been little short of marvelous. Its ,
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remarkable for the "goad old summer -
success has surprised even its mist !
time," running considerably over I have an extra: good program for this The American Manufacturing Corn. low prices soo4 JIIi
friends. 1
optimistic Though established #
hundred. Sunday. only five years ago the attend-: service. Special selections have been pany. Inc., of Atlanta. Ga. who ha, tendon and good tt

The morning congregation was delightfully ance at the college has rivalled that! made and you will greatly enjoy the an advertisement: In this paper is dOing who deal wits tfea. ---

surprised by the appear of any Institution of higher. learningin 1 privilege of song. In the second a rushing business and their Notice to******

ance In the pulpit of the Rev. I. C. the State.' ; place, all those who have united with sales have doubled during the past, i i AU members tlutW**
Rev. J. P. Hllburn, recently '
a res-
Jenkins, vice-president of Southern the church during or since the two months. They manufacture I :the Untoa Mill a4 ..*
ident pf Live Oak. has been elected t
who them a more than (Broughton meeting or at any woodworking machinery machine I :It
College gave Rizfori
president ,and It is safe to predict meet at .
fine discourse from Bph.v. time and who hare not been the
vrdinarily I given specialties, reliable old American 1M'.
that his cool head and sound judgment o'clock sharp cmla
11, his subject being. "Faith Knowledge will be c nducive to its future I I the right hand of church fellowship, "Permanlte" Roofing which is a high, August to eJect sht IJ1tII1
Wisdom.**, The contrast drawn are requested to be present and "
Sutherland Is located about .
success. grade composition.roofing, and .w*
... one to attend to otUt
will help
lalth and :
between shake hands with the
west of
: twenty miles Tampa and that any one can lay. Its a No-Tar -Ik
many a one to hold fast the faith of about the same distance north of St. This is only a form or custom but Flint Coated Roofing and is com before as.
I war-
- the gospeL -But faith the base Petersburg and is one of the most some like it and all might enjoy it. ranted in every way. This well This July U.U.t ji E
must have a base," said the speaker. healthy as well as most beautiful Bear the announcement. mind and known also has *i
company a large stockof
4 "How pitiful to se one building hopes places in the state. come. There will be no preaching.The all kinds of woodworking machin J'J'f\
upon, a: baseless faith." Here are At Sight. pastor ,will read a ten minutes' ----
cry engines and boilers Oas and
some of the foundation remarks he Bro. Dutlll began his series of ser paper on "Music." Gasoline Engines Wood splitting and Ts Ash 1'
God. His
gave his congregation for all our mons on the Ten Commandments and -and wood yard machinery*, belting hangers Your Capital C
truth the sure foundation C. L. Bn&sey have
his text the first commandment. He returned
of shafting., pulleys and all kinds I J. B. wrote:
building. Faith in God's use delivered a very able sermon to an from their visit to the Jamestown of mill and machine supplies. II TallahaMM. Jsl71"There *:-

things of our lives and all that we attentive audience. Much fine reasoning exposition. and report havinga interested in sw ..-
to machinery of any kindit aiat
have. Faith in humanity allied and logic marked the sermonas splendid time. They also visited
would be,to of write.There .
any our readers interest -
God. In the GOOD in man. FaithIn of his best. South Florida. tip- .ifs
to write alD'ao
YOURSELF'in the hands of God these people for prices
*!:-*- and catalogue. They also sell the, to m*
for HU use. Another contrast given Special at Baptist Church. Paul, Burnett's family .haTe re- ..11111 tI"
Chicago Concrete tltisY
and Mixing Machinery In vain 1
was that between knowledge Next Sunday night at the Baptist tured from the Springs. The baby Brick and Concrete Machinery. Road What I bad .-11.-
The knowledge to strive
.wisdom. has improved nderfuBi.Colored
Church will be Mr. Ridley's last ser alter Is a knowledge of Christ as JWRa"
given vice before leaving for Atlanta, Machinery Hoist Engines and they ni rd
friend, as teacher whose life Is Preaching.I .....
have also a large "And be Ds cSea4 ...J
to supply for Dr. supplyof all kin
' and for us. :where goes : --
to us< will preach at, the No. 2 HalTin of machine knives, and of the dst And Is I kit>ss"Oh
of the sermon an features
Ai:the close opportunity Broughton. Two special aret .-
Live Oak, Sunday. ',July 28th if make, tat t
at and
was given the people to contribute this service. In the first l represent the Lore joy cruel .,."
Southern College an.d. an i mark o'clock a. m. Sunday school' at 10 people and also all sixes of the Southern To take a. h.sbbd.
'to Mrs. Eflrd who has charge of .clock'a., m. All true L I ?
place Saws .
$576.80 was made. seekers.Jn- and saw tools. The American ...f
off&ag of and who has been providing Tit&C.. R MASSBY .,
-- 'Cojleg8 located at Suth- the organ -Manufacturing Company is coming :
is the Institution of such excellent music of late, will Ordained Preacher:' to the front t; 'and they do it by Dowl1A Park.
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