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 24, 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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Jaly 24v-VThe cabinet's 'I' Ufl '1rw "

to Marquis Ito of the former In '-_ aR a-; : r Boise. Idaho. July 24.-For iDC
$ new pledge of a TR the cry"of vengeance
/ as Orchard's_
positive and nna1' wa PabUsn" motive for the murder of t-
former Gov, .
and reversed the wide- .
Steunenburg Mr
j..rday 1ytdr'r Richardson argued
the first In- 1 GR
,, a tepression that ,_ ofQ that Orchard was In the employ of i
abdication bat [ "
.A was not one ot the Pinkerton detective agency when. ; ::

i contortion. Ito's cubnut he ..
perial r
-j .t Steunenbnrg and that the .:.
cabinet in an all-night en- 1 murder was a part of a conspiracy to, '"

t- with the former emp rur hang Haywcod. This sudden

ii g fr m him the verbal admission r'\ ture was followed by S. tremendous de'j. :,i'-

I 1.ftlMity of his casual abdication denunciation of Capt,, James- 3c-, ;"f"-i
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[tae red his signature to a class- T Partland and the Pinkerton and paslonate. k-

[ proclaiming, also an acknowl- S Vtuperatlou of Orchard .Oo$1

i< pf the mikado's congrat- Gooding, of Idaho. .Senator Borah.

to him as emperor de facto, former Gov.. Peabody. of Colorado

A*work of the cabinet will not be and tn fact all who have acted on then. '

tattt the exmperor Is exillrm side of the prosecution of Haywo

SeouL This, the next step, The Duke of Columbia Y came In for a share of the avalanJZ

wed without the poisoning "On of these mon is ?.mu .to two other( of Richardson's. peroration., /i

(fte reposed ruler or the eonsumi And so* of'thoco, which* tho natural man. Richardson denounced and CJ Ted

i some similar tragedy, will And which ho spirit yYha deciphers thomf ", a the Pinkerton detective I
fM latteark la Korean history1, Dromio o Lincoln: "I. sir am Drorruot comma .d him awayl with a systematic pI .
Dromio of Oyster &. ".. sir, Oromtot lot "
yt *m Pray. mo ataylI '
jh*_ tHHorship proclaimed over '.' conviction of HarW Od., Mp-t
-Barclay w> Baltimore Now.
i areas correspondence Is dea Pettibone as a meansextermlnation'of to-tJiet _

.z > precautionary on account SETTLE 3IAY GET IT. I JACKSONVILLE'S PROBLEM -The Religion of Great American : the W "' }a::

fie' Mtttraess displayed towards s tion of Miners. -j-i., -. ',
r Judge. ;j' '
itssMrtttlve course In reshaping Report From Washington That ;North To Keep the Liquor Dealers.Run Oat, Judge David J. Brewer of the Darrow Will s : f' -.

itistisiMOf Korea. Carolina Man May Succeed of Georgia From Locating Clarence _.c_,
Darrow will co
Supreme Court of the United States,
Russian Views, k* Swajme In the CityTimesUnion argument In Haywood's :behalH { Y
is one of the world's greatest Jurists
(Pensacola Journal. 23rd. ( 22nd) court t ; :.
meets this morning. : .
ft.Fitentarg.July 2 J.-The Ruskrai and one of the country's noblest cit Ittf :
' comments the According'to a special from Wash Messrs. Abe Abraham;tf the Acme pe ted,that he,will require twC* "
1 tceay on re izens. The 'religious convictions *' g
to the New Brewing Company of llacon,'Ga., and to close for the defense. -
ington Orleans
Korea The Picayune
a 1.ppaaiagw. such'a man: will be of Interest to all, -

pfetfe alb the alleged Japanese the department of Justice is consider Ike Flatna a well known wholesale and In recent authentic newspaper Declaring Harry Oreharil-i. -
man possessed with lurft for
rt Korean independence the ing the name of ex-Congressman I liquor dealer, of .Macon are :In the Interview he gives them as follows: n1-+
-a desire to glut a disordered|
-ssrtila.4sg t lajttstice of oar'times." city and there is considerable talk relative "I don't, care anything about t
Thomas Settle of Reidsville N. C..
; with blood of his fellowman_Ik"ney
.. ,11.lfass Yreaya sarcastically con.tsAl to the prohibition movement In : creeds. I haven't time to quibble .
aa the 'successor to the late ChaleaSwa71le Richardson, continuing his:
tiff Wty principles enunciated Georgia being the cause of their visit. over theological questions. If I had "
for the Ule'of William D, Hay4:
!Jsfaaeie delegates to the as, Judge of the United States For some time it has been rumored the leisure I fancy I should find the- del ".
told the Jury today that the
I.11rs i ass creeee at the Hague with court for the Northern district of that the Acme Brewing Company was ology to be good intellectual exec
was ready and willing to admit|
watsa disregard of Korean Florida. The statement Is made In contemplating locating Its breweryIn cise. I could be comfortable. In a
Orchard accomplished the tall
aa4 wscepUWlltles by the the Picayune that the department has Jacksonville when the prohibitionlaw Baptist Presbyterian, Methodist or
of former GOT. Steunenburg in|
ISN fOfernment The foreign been unable to find among {he Republican goes into effect in Georgia The Catholic Church and even a Jewish manner described by him on the

s s a-strictly.neutral at- applicants from Florida one visit of Mr. Abraham has caused the synagogue. I was reared a Congregationalist -
.ness stand.
- I sss\based oa the assumption that who possesses the necessary, qualifi rumor to take a new lease of life.. but If my father bad been
Orchard was painted as man who
*h. |*BtiiiiUuu of the emperor was not cation. The special Is as folows: Mr. Abraham Is saying nothing and an Episcopalian I suppose I should fancied there was glory In spectacular .

Iig d by any violation of them "The Department of Justice has un- it is not believed that the brewery I I have been one. I believe in the creedof I crime. Day after day opportunitywas

peace treaty which It is der consideration the name of Thomas people are going to show their hand Jesus Christ the parable of the{I presented to him to_kill Steunea- :..

tat the foreign office Russia Settle of Reidsville. N. C., for appointment I this early In the game. Good Samaritan and the Golden:berg In comparative safety to him

observing. I The movement to keep the liquor Rule. No more is necessary on this
as District Judge to suc- self but rather than: shoot a man -t

ceed the late Charles Swayne in the i dealers of Georgia from locating in :earth. I fully accept the teachings of I I whose giant stature the attorney -

KAT35OM.Aa4 Florida district. It Is said that the Jacksonville when that state goes dry Christ's life, although I am.afraid said offered a target as "big as the

It h ? department looked over the list of applicants II is still being agitated, and a meeting 1 don't I' always live up to them. But side of a barn door."Orchard planted

1s What He Does. of the, special committee of the city .life Is the most important human I i
from Florida but found no : I II a bomb and planned the deed WoO that

,,fM,handcuff king, la in Republicans with the necessary I council to investigate the matter is question-to be kindly and helpful. it might attract the greatest amount ., ....2 1

a's F I* a Iftree night entertain- qualUl ationa. The appointment must i expected to be held in a few days, I II I!There la no theology in binding up of attention. !(

,dsai has a man's wounds, giving him wine and .
press notices I The prospects are that the fight i
be made soon as there Is much ac- ; j Orchard's Motive. -'"
4 a isle largest I dealers oil leading him to an inn and saying -
_ newspapers cumulated business to dispose of. against the Georgia liquor -.
- #testifying to'the'wonIsvUiiruui 'Mr. Settle Is a prominent lawyer :will be a bitter one and that the i to the landlord, "Take care of him; Richardson asserted that Orchard ". '

'tricks he :and whatever thou spendest more had a motive against Steunenberg for
performs and politician of North Carolina, who i Georgians through representatives ..
MfM I again I will repay thee/ fancied loss of his Interest
jacket trick, performed was elected to congress In 1892 and ,will be in at the finish. .when come the real or '

Stag where he was re-elected In 1894. He was born in I The prohibition bill now pendingin That is not theology; It is only religion in the Hercules mine through being

I fle warden driven out of the Cour D'Alenes..
a friend of Rockingham county In 1865. was the Georgia legislature provides

a I Ma that he could not educated in the public .schools of that after January 1. 1908 no spar,| "Mr. Gladstone said that he had Investigated -
k tte Bible as a lawyer SAXTA ROSA WET.
**Wight' should shall ; ,
Jacket North Carolina and Florida and later ituous, vinous or malt liquors
ls. The of Geor- would search.for the truth In any .
? wager was at Georgetown College, this city and be made cr sold In the state
fefa* tied In mass of testimony and was fully convinced Temperance Movement Failed In sElection
and In a few after admitted to the bar served gia. This will give the Georgia liq- ,
wWi being make their that It Is the Word of God. There-.Yesterday.Pensacola7uly .. 5
. not assistance five months to
Judicial Dis- uor men
as Solicitor of the Ninth .
kem the Jacket He plans for engaging in business out- What do you think about 23.-According to '::

2* fr **t vKa him trict. "I believe that a great majority of received here from Milton < 4.
and willt state.It special ;
1de' Local republicans do not take the side 'of the a ..
t! far his audience in the was pointed out at the council the lawyers who have investigated the temperance movement in Santa .
view of the situation expressed
., sad many other won- state that Mr. meeting last Tuesday night by Coun- the matter agree with Gladstone. Rosa county failed there today In the_ .,
above special. They
the Bible Is God's message !
to none on, the candidate clman Holt, that the liquor men will am sure special wet or dry election. While all .
Is the logical
Sheppard with
!- today are given in that he will be be barred from establishing businessin to mankind. It was not written I precincts have not been heard from .
and no doubt of his
tbst i be will offer. express South Carolina and Alabama and his hand but it contains all those thus far reported give the wets, ,11.
Mr. Sheppard
named to fill the-vacanc7. miraculously
M.-the Auditorium that Jacksonville Is the point they truth. Nor has it been a majority of about twenty votes. TheF
Is now In Washington having against error. The three old .
pv shy and Saturdaf1m13 will seek for locating their establish guarded ladles were very prominent workers
time since and Advices received Testament
some the New
gone manuscripts of Milton
Councilman Holt's remedy Is In many precincts and
here to the effect that his ments. .
are :
license. Councilman Dudley Introduced Bi-le were out in full force serving refresh.. ,
Is being high
the appointment
application ordinance requiring meats to those who favored the temperance _.
I. ? losioro. to the a bill for an
received favorably owing anything copied accurately now.
month's bona fide residence movement.
'+Tbcre was a fatal strong endorsement of both republicans a nine can Errors>, have crept into the Scriptures

y In apdsetr and democrats. It Is said that In the city before anyone There bave been Interpolations, interineations -

is highIn secure; a license to carry on a liquor omissions.The fee as th, creation of the world la :
0 in a colliery he present district attorney and perhaps, .
i business in this city. for Instance:! I don't accept ;;
six days
province: It is favor with the attorney'ge.neral. > higher criticism and the higher, '
; investigate
.v > aU, of the 470 and It Is expected that he will, assist The coqndl committee Is to meet- critics do not worry me In the least.. that story as being the recordof : ]
. next
at the f'r
and report literal
# the in stor- a
Y-time were Shep-ard. Ing. Some things in the Bible are r

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ried in Florida, and none too &mall for .

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to handle and
;Y ..h9 Plant new type ,and

j:_ V s/ c printer we can ar-I' everything in

a .you with Stationery as Ih.eJ1rnlng -

:- End prompt as any establish.ment i i C

: Cine easily
in the South. ;( trial \ comes
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.. f 'wilt convince within our limit.Wo I

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.. ,Knew Her Husband. Genius writes books that are classics I Merit is a quality that occasionally Nothing New. About Kfctffl
,:Knox-I believe Knleker's wife ; talent writes books that will sell. I does:: a man as much good as a press Motorist say I'm awfully sorry! "I wonder when "tH rtif 1'-"

--m-ore:: of her dog than she does 'agent could. You must let me settle for this, as it come connected with figIItj.'

.- G. B. BUr ans. of Carlisle Center. was really my fault. What shall X the follower of pagiham,

:11 aox:"" I suppose the dog N, Y.. writes; "About four years Your liver pay ,.out "Ohreplied Heaped,It

.L-- St..!Joseph(::1I.) Newsdays ago I wrote you stating that I had is out of order. You go to bed in u Irate Farmer-What d'ye usually it dates back to the bqlsslsg

5ni.s- been entirely cured of a severe kid- bad humor and get up with a bad pay?-Punch- Christian rtUgioaNWhat"s --
I that What ba
ney trouble by taking less than two taste In.our mouth.. You want
we remember with When there is the slightest Indication to do with religion
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It something to stimulate liver.
"'jT"well .as with profit to -your of Indigestion heart born j "Oh! I thought yea TO l
""> entirely stopped the brick dust sediment Just
try Herblne the -ver regulator.A flatulence form of stomach i
: or of the riag.
._: la the one on .which we any wedding
r "" and pain and symptoms of positive cure for Constipation. trouble take a little Kodol occasion Press.
: acquainted. with Dr. King'sPius
kidney disease disappeared. I am Dyspepsia and all liver complaints ally and you will get prompt refit
the painless purifiers .1
--. headache. and biliousness, glad to say that I have never had areturn airs FFt.. Worth Texas writes: Sold by Live Oak Drug Store d-w if i Long Ltv Tte IJItc1

of any of those symptoms during tiave used Herbiue iu f la the popular cry tir fMl
the bowels right. 25c at After you have listened to a wo-,
A the four yeai that Lave elapsed for )ears. Words can't express what countries while 1*.
_Groover's,, Drug Store I: man.awhile it is hard to see what her pean
and I am evidently cured t> stay 1 think about it. Everybody in I the of the present laI k"
; d-w husband would have amounted to j cry
cured and heartily recommend Foley's I my household are happy and well, without her. t I live Dr. King's New Etas *

N' Kidney Cure to any one suffer and we owe it to Herblne. Snwan- of Throat and Lug '" B
Sure Core.'Jones .
ing from kidney or bladder trouble. '
-What would yon give City Pharmacy. d-w nee Drug Co. d-w The Smile of which Mrs. Jails 11M

i prevent Its barking at night? that "won't come off. appears on ba: Truro Ma**. say: "It seeot

4th--Give'It away.-Brook- There is a lot.. less beauty in a Candle Benefits. by's face after one bottle of White's.' to give Immediate relief **t

moon-lit night after the engagementis I I "So the Eskimos don't.. take kindlyt Cream Vermifuge the great worm I quickly a cough fit .*>'t.Paine's
modern "
> inventions? interrogatedthe I i
ended. medicine. Why not keep that smile: is slated".*
magazine interviewer. opinion I
the.summer kidney irregu- I I Ion baby's face If
keep this -
you ol
"No. replied the ity of the inhabitants>>
care. often caused by excessive All The World returned explorer .
I I medicine on hand you will never see k*.
or being; overheated At. knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment. "they still want such old stand New Discovery cures w *
bys as candles." any thing else but smiles on his face. site
_, the kidneys at once by. using I sore throats after an
has no superior Rheumatism. .
Kidney .'Cure. City Phar- "And wh.t. Mrs. S-. BlackwelL. Okla. writes; have failed; anIt' for sets-
Stiff Joints. Cuts Sprains. Lumbago
d-w I "Well. I suppose candles are easier l I "My baby was peevish and fretful. eare. &&
and all pains. Buy it, try it and you I digested than electric Ughts.Chleago I I the only sure '
-: Would not eat and I feared he would; Groover ft*
",I'h.IsVouJd Werk. will always use it. Any body who, News. by Barclay
,. die. l used a bottle of White's j Trial Ootue ta
IV. Snooper- -How will we get the has used Ballard's Snow Liniment Is 50c and $1.00.
Cream Vermifuge and he baa not p
..:,to attend church regularly I a living proof of what it does. All Quick relief for Asthma SufferersFoley's I
f T3>eacn Hardhead-Pass a law pro- had a sick day since. Suwannee :it
I we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. Honey and Tar affords Im- .." .
V ig It.--Boston: Record. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Suwaa- Drug Co. d-w It is mighty hard to cQ .
mediate relief to asthma II
: sufferers In 5
I nee Drug Co. d-w I men that piety Is sona
the worst stages and if taken in time J'OII'- ,
_ 'War Against" ,Consumption I Sometimes it isn't necessary to ask than a way of wearing --

'' _:7", nations; are endeavoring to: A cynic Is a man with nerve enoughto will effect a.cure. City Pharmacy.dw. ,your neighbor why he doesn't go to -

: the ravages of consumption I tell the truth about any old thingat church
after you have been there bnPs
'. "?*whlte .plague that claims so all. '
His yourself. -
Shortcomings ,
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-.t. : victims each Foley's I I
- ,, B.f year. I Stimulation Without Irritation. He-I tell you I'm always willing

y'and Tar cures coughs and That is the watchword. That is to acknowledge my faults when I see: K;:dol will nourish and strengthen''

-4tds perfectly and you are In noger what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup them. your ,digestive organs and furnishtie Frei1 1

< of,consumption." Do not'risk She-Yes. but the trouble is you natural
does. Cleanse and stimulates the digestive Juices for your
:,.i:health by taking some unknown never acknowledge them when otherpeople stomach. Pleasant to K 1I
Irritation in form it will make you welL
bowels any them.
"ration when Foley's Honey and see --Judge.Abraham .
Kodol tId
.f,.., La safe. and certain In results.I City Pharmancy. d-w" Live Oak digests what you eat Sold by The new laxaave.
} Drug Store. .
dew.No $
genuine is in a yellow package Lincoln
: tint.. not gripe or '
d-w The honey-moon never ends until %
harmac1' was a man who against all odds '
; that the other Is really Horses cures stomttroubles h.J:
z-;;(' I each realizes attained the highest honor a man i "Is -
-'""..',+-'--;-"'t'J ,Good Asa Pass, I a., mortaL could get in the United States. Bal i "You yottItown bet It is. ,The up to date!" .1 andstipation C1I.'O ct

"1<'m so.xaad. at these new rates," lard's Horehound Syrup has attained blacksmith ..dtI r"

'. '=the commuter "that I am :ready The best remedy for backache, a place, never equaled by any veterinary" both starved to death last by res*' .WIII .
year "
steps' Inflammation of the other like remedy. It'is Brooklyn Life.A pit';
t fake desperate weak kidneys. a" ure Cure natural act.on tea
"If you take enough of them" saidwife bladder Is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder. for Coughs Colds Bronchitis. Influenza v ,*; ...

-- __ ,' gently "you can make thefafooU" Pills. Their action Is prompt and al| Pulm'marr diseases. cleansing clean cooling soothIng ach liver wan >,|>

-i-, and sure. A week's tratment for Every mother should keep snpphed DeWitt's healing household remedy Refuse ufr'trn_ .

glared.-Philadelphla 25c. Sold by Live Oak Drug Store. with this wonderful :cough medicine, Carbolized Witch Hazel 1
._ the,,only d-w I Suwannee Drug Cow a-*'. Salve. S)ldiy Live Oak Drug Store.)t! lOlErlIomr'-' .

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tf: !: ManHfactsrers of --
5 : City aid SNbnrbamProperbes .
. ,'i- -II(. = tber
Shingles Ice
': r. Electric Lights
ifi. : '. IS ALWAYs. -
; Power and Turrpentine. ABsOLUTELY PURE _
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ric Lights in any part of the Loot for the Coea-CoIa crown' Li '
r city furnished for guaranteed the best drink of Coca-CoJa ob 08 Tho are
: ce or Business Houses at proportionate ingredients are always exactly
correct iDe
a very
k .reasonable rate. oaring yon a good, uniform drink an the time
: life and Accident-. : i c- uDder carbonating or poor mixing to contend DO over
._ INSURANCE in power-Day and night current-for manufactur1n'Poses. 1rith.refrigerator Call for the bottled always aDd t your

$ : Refiabfeft Companies ; aDd guaranteed by the

,! I iolesale ond retail Ice-out Jacksonville Bottling Co.
tb1g-.. : of City orders have
eeaeted ,by the 'j egta.-a.. .ciar atildn, ancI.: all orders FLA
[i,.. I It aromptly fiilled.

l t A....gate. 1.of.,That Florida the:officers of the I j j I We will give you good, prices on low grade ceffing and

'..... State,Reform, Ma-, -,,flooring. Come and get our prices. Live Oak Botiliag Works ton.
E( fcaH consist of a superin- --,..--, -- :J.iy =

...,.u,and .such other officers. in- -

.... i physician, for the treat- Excursion to Savannah Ga. iiniiiniiiiiiiiiiI -
r... c Inmates of the

;,.. tie ,commissioners and.elect.; The thereof said comemen shallEste ,i Round trip $3.00; to Charleston' S. C. round I SEABOARD

shall select as superln- trip, $5.00. Special train leaves Jacksonville 9:00

U ,f of said institution some per- A. M. on July J6th
acknowledged ability and who via the ATLANTIC Airline
-- If : Railway. 5 4
T, sad framing .and, experelnce in COAST LINE. Returning on any train up to .!

::. ewe, control management. In- July-\. For further information
apply to Savannah
a and.reformation of Juvenile ; Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines
?. The salaries of,all officers I FRANK C BOYLSTON. District Passenger Agent. ; Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, 'Baltimore,

!! _....,r-,1AT@II.- of.- said Institution, and f 138 West Bay St. Jacksonvfte ffa. ; Philadelphia. and. New York.

'irfft;!lesg,of shall their be terms fixed of office by andmeat the :Pitts McEwen!': (CLINTON '& MnKS TWO ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS\ DRILY\

iMtian 2. That the sum of $10-

g|per,annum, or so much thereof ... Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

,.h secessary, Is hereby appropriat- General Agents.

.}IK.the.purpose: of defraying the Wholesale and RetailDealersinFlori-

messes 41.commissioners that may be 2 in incurred the conduct by the,|For the General ,Accident I :Modem : Pullman : Equipment. .

.|'Btiatenssce of said institution.j Assurance Corporation of .
'amOunt be payable In
ft iprttwrterly* Installments upon the PHILADELPHIAAccident da, and WesternMEATS. The Jamestown Exposition Line

rftten of the president and see-' ,

gBf of the said,commissioners up-. NORFOLK, V/\..

the comptroller,, who shall issue
s' and Health Insuranceon Excursion Tickets on Snle DailyFor
. bh warrant therefor.

tetfea S.The sum of 15.000, or popula Monthly Premium
sick thereof as Is necessary Is Phone 24. full information and Sleeper reservation call on any agentof
C y plan. Seaboard,or write, .
fatty appropriated ,for. the purposed
It ; S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville Fla.
lsrsibing'repairing. and erecting Prompt deliveriesanywhere

.. Utfegs, for the purchase of metal I

. NIt rrerks and metal tower and All policies issued and claims .
osii ta roremtnts as are' necessary hi the t I I I I I I I I .'. I I I I . I I-I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I.

,. ;ftrtte figment of said Institution. paid from this office.Agents .
Serifea i. That the sum of $3.000 City. i bl
4_' appropriated and made
. not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It
oil fltkfe to pay the deficiency under I .T
Wanted broad enough,to accommodate all and .
n of the legislature for Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough '

tojwn, of HO* and 1906, the same syrup. Contains no opiates. It i HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: ,,..;. i }
tile the present Indebtedness of ,. drives the cold out of the system by
I L- The young folks with their small sav np.
It.tOJk: gently moving the. bowels. Contains
p OFFICE POST OffiCE Building.I + 2.-The bread*inner, striving to accumulate a fundto
Honey and Tar and tastes nearly -
1s; sullen S. Said. amounts provided procure a home or a competency for old age. f ,
rbtecttaui' ,3 and 4 shall be pay- J as good as maple syrup. Children 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and I \.
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'sR Live Oak - Florida. like it. Sold by Live Oak DrugStore. '
, i requisition of the president d-w the income provided. t. l-

IfMKtsry' of said commissioners ; 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. ; l
.ems it the comptroller who shall 1stbitmnt \

sIK therefor. Family Fend Fatalities. t i THE FIRST NATIONAL: BANK live Oak, Florida! I ;

fair lsdie'i.That all appropriations Columbus Ga., July 22.-Bad feeling :. ;
jf i If tHs act are. payable fromLI between the families culminated ,11

hal.ed from the hire of states today in the death of Will Chapman, 1I 11

I aged 22 years while ,Henry Martin.

lliYos t That section 4171. of the 46 years old is seriously woundedand
slat ter of the state of Flor- v r' \1
Arthur :Martin, son of Henry t
r h sH tri:same is hereby repeal- Martin a boy of 18, is in jail charged
with the death of Chapman. The
ee* met !.That all laws and parts tragedy occurred here early today

fe cefiftJet herewith be andI55555 when Arthur Martin began throwing 4
kereby repealed. art caused by Indi estloa If you eat a
stones at Henry Martin
"s4 little too much or.)if JOG are subject to
. M&y 27. 1907. fired: several shots without effect at attacks of Indi have no doubt
4 -- of breath, heart beats,
had shortness rapid
Chapman who returned the fire i
I heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
wounding the elder Martin. Mrs. Indigestion causes the stomach! to For SicK Livers .
. our beloved sister Chapman declared that she saw young expand-swell, and puff up against the
-who heart. This crowds the heart and inter-
departed this life Martin pick up his father's Win- feres with its action,and In the course of
chester: and fire the shot that killed time the heart becomes diseased. A PURELY VEGI"I'ABLECOMPOUND .
Inscrutible proyli ; -
_ Chapman instantly.The .
bat taken our be-
1 away KodolFor ___ ____ __ ____ ..w.aeer.eaw.Aaa rwaDRD_
Silas, Charming WomanIs .CUKtS A LER : H:L ;;.4
not necessarily one of perfect form Dyspepsia
w5 bow fa humble subMfe A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by _
and features. Many a plain woman IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle popchd -
"M1 of God digests what you eat.takes the strain off TORPID LIVER and
,r whftj who could. never serve as an artist's of the heart.and contributes nourishment today mar *Te you a sick spell tomorrow. ,
we .
mourn '
our strength and health to every organ of the '
His her'eternal gain, model possesses those rare qualitiesthat body. For Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Soar i CUBED or AND rEVEl AFTEI
1 the iIIn.
of mucousnembranes
we offer our deep all the world admires: neatness -Stomach, Inflammation lining the Stomach and Diges- ALL OTHERCHILLS MEDIClKES FAILED

4-.j.husband and rela- clear eyes cyan smooth skin and jive Tract,Nervous DTpepsiaandCaUrrti .W.A. Whitewen. Emory. ***..
bereaved rf the Stomach. write.: lOlly child U4 chills sad fever a
and action
comIte. the sprightliness of step and toe tons We tried all kind of
is the loving kindness After.a tin t rfood wouM distress me by makft+ga years. of
that accompany good health. A phy- , yayRat.sad 1 would bacon.VSY wMr.nau11 medicines and finmUT ea cqnainUnce ..
.! f ba's' es of our gracious rot a thole of Itedol and It tae.sea Inns' mine recommended HerWne. We t&Je4'
= a sically weak woman is never attractive fate roust AltM asIrI6 a few bottles 1can4.. three bottle, and the child i*now con*
KRS.LORING IilG iOIS.Pawn Yes.K.T. here permijwioa
cured You my
Electric pletely
cc not even to herself.
*** resolutions be i had stomach trouble and wu In a bad seats at Ik4 to pubh Ji this tertimonM e I cheeffnuV .
tl &ereh Bitters restore weak women give liMIt trollble with It. I took Kodol Dyspepsia. recommend amiDe to all mothers
book and a Cure tor a out foUr IDQIIUd and it aared me.I basing children afflicted.mine."
, -_ >Witness and Demit strong nerves, bright eyes smooth ).JW1Sl.B, Hnada.Q LUliE BOTTLE. SIc GET TB GElIUZ

velvety skin, beautiful complexion. You Eat
What CO.
HL Pleas- Guaranteed at Barclay & Groover. SLOW U. S. A.
l M ta.r.- ST.
. rr+s e+
1IOT. Druggists.. 60 cents d-w awn.s.ass
e. .r

'p.- ETON, ,It Is funny how much easier it is The Live Oak DrugCompany. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

for, men to get along as neighbors Suwannee Drug COmpany.!
nvdit. than*:for woEten lo do it. .

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ToAIDAILY.B: OC T ITS REDUCED .IMPORTANCE. I I hers of the council. While the campaign -' IJ i"i

The Tampa !I TJ s. <.UiJ .
-: Times beat us to H was waged on, the, dispensary -
;, Pabtis&ed every Afternoon o' after alb We had : .feature Best**. :Q-.- t .
i* .Except, Sunday."WI It"alrthought out question. wedo not.kttelievethat; \
and blocked'out and pencil readysharpened of be question 1 at all probable of Mr R. A- .. ,-?. _--

1RVIN. Bditor and M'gr. to communicate our great*) now as the license system_is s> much Irs P ,13,,E. .." *
discovery to the public, but the Times easier of aEccyii llsbmentt,_, The license and babyjWfcel, |

,Ator d at 'the Postomce. live Oak ;was too ,swift ,for us and got,there on the'business here'has always: days at tee_biome ; '*K

........, as Second Class Mall Mat- first. Read the following from that been U.O ..which we do not believe Misses.Jesa 'and Lotee;

tor., ,November- _3. 1105. paper of Monday, and see if it isn't the new; council will materially Macon, Ga. are visiting Mr' > ** -.
the true and rational view to take of lesson.* W. M. George. "

TIE Lire Oil PUBLISHING COMP1HY. the so-called "conspiracy" the part I It seems to be the general understanding E. J, Ivey of Tampa is !jTYl .merc l

.. of Messrs. Knight and Stovall to bvel that If;Georgia goes dry; to home falks this week.

: THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be Editor L'Engle arrested and taken to 1 as appears now inevitable some of an old Branford boy but fork ..
sailed to any part of the United Manatee county to answer: an indictment the run-out liquor men in that State four years has been .

; _States, pastage prepaid,for 5.00, found against him there for 1 with plent7' of money to meet any Armour & Co.. conu'L.

: = Per rear; 12.50 for six months; criminal libeL What answer can high license demanded will promptly at Tampa. _

w '$l.:5tor three months or 60 cents there be to the argument of the occupy the Perry field and make that A delightful hay ride was \ 11
,fier fire weeks In ad De- 1:...GeorgeI I!
'' ranee. Times that if they had succeeded in town booze 'headquarters for a vast roned by Mrs. W. -V *
Hvered to any-part of the city by the partywere fw the
the arrest of territory in both Thursday night. Those in burp of at*
L'Engle he would have area of "dry"
,_ carrier
,,lor 4.0; cents, per week of the
suffered no abuse or Injury contraryto States. Doubtless the prospects are : Misses Lottie and JimmIe college Propert

law? The due and regular process so alluring that the 15,000 license Green, ,Estelle Kemp Jessie and the Baptists of the

II : Give us a rest on the "Great Consfkraey. of law was invoked against him. will be paid even before the,evacuation Louise Ran Messrs, E. J. Ivey Eu- City. A board of trnss

;, ",. .," ,us_resume- the nomination :nothing more." That was certainly of Georgia by the liquor peopleand gene Greene Grover Puterbaugh and elected and every p

..A',',_. candidates for Governor, In :not a criminal act. and this being we may look for the open saloon Dr. ParnelL frth to have the

I '. 'which-, there. Is perhaps less excitement ,true how can L'Engle be guilty of and the wholesale liquor dealer in :Mrs. F. H. George entertained the business by' October I*.

but also less asperI T.- i criminal libel in charging them:WIth Perry in a very few' weeks. This young folks at her home Saturday Mr. aA.fcldfcy.jnt
t : face, a D.
conspiring to do something that was condition will last until repeating evening. Frlnk.Mri.a fc J
I i : the evils A. Ivey and family Ttr. 1>>. Jr., and others are
not contrary to law? This view of the history of other towns Mr. R.
The pleasant news comes from I the case lets out all parties to the of the traffic will become intolerable A. McIntosh Mrs. T S.-Leak, 'and attendance:.

Jamestown that the attendance at the I transaction restores them to good and then' pie whole business will Mrs. F. H. George are making preparation : -

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r.,.'.<'.'' .". improvement"" the- officials say !of the "great conspiracy": a magnificent unable to bear it longer. Mean- Keys.and enjoy the gulf breezes.liAMANA .' During, the thunder stars

-'t. : t&aL there is i mid-summer free ad for while we are finable to congratulate eveningJulT 21st
: .. every prospect for ,the the large barns
I .. L'Engle and his Sun during the dull Perry on her prospects in the' near MURDER CASE. of-(1 .
,:;i financial success of Virginia's great who lives two mCes c'
season, and some incidental advant- future.
; '.,'; fair. :I ages of the same'character for Editor Italians Sent to the Penitentiary For Oak. and tore the sogt ..x

Jt ; .. I,StovalTs great newspaper the Tampa The Alabama legislature, now .In Safekeeping. barn into splinters. nt,

y.;. The last Florida School Exponenthad Tribune. The Times' article to whichwe session says to the saloon keepers Hahnvllle, La., July 23.--Guarded even run down a post Of I
I In that state: "Be good and close up where a mule was shat
have referred is as follows: 11:
paragraph congratulating
; Lake by 250 soldiers the four Italians convicted -
- at 9 o'clock night and well not the horses was slightly sfcag
: I "A brief and dispassionate review every (
: City upon,securing the services of J.
: of Walter Lamana's murder to be
) of the Knlght-Stovall-L'Engle disturbance abolish your traffic this time as they seems gettlsg all rim

?: ,- H. Folks as principal of the public greatly reduces its import- are doing over in Georgia." And the and the two'Gebblas who are yet to two little boys were at t

y- 'school. and the Ocala Banner in ance. L'Engle made certain charges broken-hearted saloon keepers have be tried for it, were placed on a the time but laekU1 es

"it.reproducing*. the paragraph, made the against the other two. The law of accordingly promised to be good. But special train bound for the state penitentiary The forage In the spper cej.

.mistake of substituting "Live Oak" criminal libel can only be Invoked what about "the next time?" Aye barn was on are Ut Vr..
at Baton Rouge last night.
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;; : there the rujb.: The prospects are sisfance, the fire wsi stop4
,. ;rfor n-ake City" when the act alleged constitutes a
No. thank
_,; are you; we crime. The first and most important bright for the renaissance of persimmon Extreme precautions were taken by any damage.. doe.

entirely too well satisfied with query is whether the act or acts beer in this country if the conquering the'military, owing to reports that a "One Who Wu hwsMeAlpiaSew

p i_Professor_ Edwards to give him up for. charged against Knight and Stovall march of prohibition keepson. wholesale lynching might be attempted

::; Mr.. Fnlks or anybody else. would be criminal their nature bad. during the trip. Only police officers *
;' The young folks of ear IRa
been done. It
: they really aeema- soldiers and the train crew
When Editor Holly recently- tootcharge taking L'Engle's charges at their There Is falk to the effect that were allowed aboard 'With the prlBOners. spent a most deHjhtfal CE(

of Orlando's daily Star-Re- Broadest and deepest-that'the worst Judge Thomas Settle a North Carolina 'The GebbIas; brother and residence of Mr. Brock, tt i

-. porter he was an unknown quantity aspect of the case Is that these other republican will be appointed to sister were taken to the penitentiary raising party la hoeor of It'

and had:his spars yet to win in Florida men merely undertook to have the the vacant Federal judgeship in Flor-. for safekeeping after the court had Fletcher the urbane bqcib

c journalism. But that young man process of law enforced at a time ida. We w'iif"not 'believe.this until decided to &1"that public sentimentat the firm of Maagun t Ga41it

has_ come. right to ,the front.and is convenient for their purposes. Ha"dthey the appointment is made. would Clara Anderson cf Un Oil
present makes a fair trial impos
:t :showing himself in every issue of his succeeded, i/Engle would have be little Iess than insulting to. the: sible. Taking of testimony preparatory hostess. The rooms were taAi

paper to be one of the best para- suffered no abuse or' injury contrary: people of Florida. and especially to. arranged for the &!a2t. Tfcf
to charging two more Italians
graphers in the State. The Star-Re- to law. The due and regular process the legal fraternity In this State if! were Mr. HImaa Hamfl, tilt
: with complicity In the murder was
porter is fully up to the mark in all of law was invoked against him.: Mr. Roosevelt should do such a thing. agent of the Atlantic Cos*I&M
ordered by the court. These two are
_its departments. nothing more. It would seem to be Would he dare to go to Massachusetts road at this place; Kill'"
the father and the mother of the
clear that,the acts charged as having to find material for a vacant Foss of Live Oak; )fro 1'.

In other states In the Union the been attempted would not have con- Judgeship in''New York or to Indiana I Gebbla family two'of whose'chUdren of the Atlantic Coast UM;.-.J
are' trial.
already awaiting
rallfoaCS ompanles are protesting stituted a crime had they actually to find a judge for Illinois? Certainly -: by Geiger teacher of XL *!

against twos and are eager been committed. Hence it Is difficut not. And for equally good reasons] Sch ol; Mr. Curtis of Ato'*
Under date of July 23. a Lee cor-
to get Back to the three-cent basis to see how charging a person with un- he sl ould refrain from going outside Line; Miss Daochtery of *
I respondent of the Times-Union gives
but here in Florida we furnish the dertaking a non-criminal act can of Florida to fill a Florida judgeship.1 Mr. Brooker. foreman of XctaGatlln
the following accurate account of the
antique spectacle of a railroad company be a crime in Itself even if false. It That's the way the thing was done I Sawmill asdMals*
fire in that town yesterday morning:
great_ trunk line at that,'calmly is possibly quite true that L'Engle in reconstruction days when carpet-. ,The guests on entering tt*
"This town was visited fire this
by a
:' : collecting the outrageous tariff of has placed the Other gentlemen In the baggers had the call and the South I were handed a toot Kittbtetr*
morning about 8:30 o'clock and all
-, four cents a mile.and nobody doingaything case In a somewhat ridiculous attitude was treated as conquered territorywith Ing the roof from tte rem
the business houses that were occupied .
to stop the hold-up. Between but it Is more than doubtful If no rights which the party in remember that J... en t

ensacola'anli. ,River Junction the occurrences of this class come within power was bound to respect; but we except the millinery store were guests with a cross nt av,III

c- & N. sticks' it to every passenger the purview of the criminal law. The cannot believe that such an outrage burned. The following firms were other with a chisel Ate *

:- >1}r four cents a mile. The Pensacola criminal law presumes that a man would be perpetrated now when Flor- losers in the fire. Lee Mercantile Company was raised. all retire to ft**

t'? : urnal pertinently suggests In this prosecuted under It has charged an ida's rights in the Union are as com- W. J. Geer. C. M. Frier Brown where music and singing vMfc*

e'. 'ifiii:.; bnnection,that the railroad company Innocent party with the commission plete as those of New York and thero & Davis T. M. Hicks and the Lee ed by Mr. Walter Tlsoa T21

c':;', c,; .'' hould be forced either to pay taxesn I I of' a crime. When the act charged Is is abundant material here of the best Ginning Company. The losses are and Miss Clara Anierwa .11-i
= V ? the valuation which it pleads as af not a crime hard to understandhow quality from which to select the new estimated as follows: Lee Mercantile which was enjoyed Iff & "

-p,: :,.i- 'f four-cent rate basis or lower that the making of the ,charges be- Judge. Company stock about 34,000. lost all. music all formed a drcWBi
Insurance $%,000 W. J.
rate to a figure in keeping with the come crime. It may be an offenseall A Pair of Rattlers ; Geer stock ed some few minutes Isp**rafter !
Killed. a'bo1:1t $3000.;
saved .
taxes it does pay. Is there, another right but not of that grade or (Lakeland News. 3200. Insurance which all retvse4 ui '
$1.000BroWn ,
& Davis
sAteIn the Union where the four character of which the law takes Recently & large rattlesnake stock about ro-f on the house u4 t)

cent rate is prevailing now? cognizance .and the redress of whichIf killed In the office of. T. B. Hendrlx'slivery was 33,000 loss about 31,000; Insurance their homes. AU seeroli *j
$1,300 C. M.
Frier stock about t'
while be
worth to undertakenmust most deUBtWta
stables on Massachusetts $ ,OOO.loss about % spent a
Work on Mr.-Flagler'g great enterprise be pursued outside the !aw. avenue Before the snake $ 5. Insurance little city.
was killedit
the:East, Coast railroad.extension This then must be discussion controversy bit two of Mr._Hendrix's horses : 'T. M. Hicks, stock about i The warm weather sees
one $300 lost
to Key West* has been stopped presentation of both sidesto of the an'mals dying; from the effectsof the Lee nearly all, no Insurance; hurt any of the guest 11 tW'J

because the Naval authorities refused the public which Is the tribunal for the bite. The other horse was and Ginning Company building work as there was plelLtt

permission to the*railroad company, the decision of disputes of its class.It made sick but machinery valued about 4000.
very finally recovered. Their
in constructing Its terminals to re- is manifestly Improper and unfair The negro man who discovered it hada not engine and boiler Is all that is tagSo you can see that KeHJ V
a total loss
for to invoke the law for ; no Insurance. F. M.
move mud and other material m a man. marrow dead
the yet
escape snake
striking Stroud !
& b
}. the banks" near Fleming Key as the dress in a case where. It does not him. but failing to Insert Its fangs. Lee Son lost building occupiedby Mr. Mangum. of the IrS* I
it rightfully apply. It looks as thoughthe Mercantile Company total **""*
Government might need later on to Monday another snake of the same loss, no gum & Gatlin. who has ....
whole business should be settledby insurance; W. L. Horton firs
iconstn1c a torpedo station there. variety was killed at the electric Bayard. Fla.. for son

ty The company was willing to replace being allowed to die a natural light plant by Mr.. L. W. Fulghnm. A bu'ldlng,occupied by W. .. Geer insurance town today, while )(to_* Jff I

.: : the material if it should be needed, death. Criminal proceedings in this colored man who was gathering wood building $150; Horton & Sullivan, is at Bayard where t I:, I

r S 'but the Government wanted it put class of trouble have been abused picked up a log under which the total occupied by T. M. Hicks other sawmill JleAL_
., back within the bulkheads of the proposed until they have lost a measure of public snake was hiding but the reptile did Hams no insurance; M. D. Wil have completed a aka'-*

station thus entailing much extra respect." not strike. It was found to measure Davis,building occupied by Brown & nice waiting rooms for Of
insurance JJft-
i work and expense, and also insisted 5 feet 6 inches and ,had nine rattles building some $300; CX M. Frier ers. which the people of<*

V.., that, all dredging and other The. Perry Herald in answer to the and a button. As the electric light insurance. All the have much needed. ...
y'- operations in Key West harbor by the Democrat explains the dispensary plant Is In close proximity to the Hen- about six were wood, all that saved -

i company should 'oe under, the direction situation and the open saloon pros- drix stables this snake was. probablythe wind more buildings was the O. W. Adams. ofGeo. "
. changing. We *
: of the commandant of the Naval pects In that town as follows. mate of the one killed there. when the understand that Adamson of Mme is.*

': Station there. Mr. Flagler wouldn't For the benefit of our brother we Rattlesnakes, while not numerous buildings are replaced that business.
some of them
stand f,;this but It does not seem will state that our town council Is are frequently found In thewoods, as the will be built of brick rI!
;w reasonable' that .an obstacle of that composed of five members and there but their presence in town is hard to such investments.of the place warrants Commissioner W A. *** !

: petty character: should be permittedto were four vacancies to be. filled the explain. It Is thought the two killed About ten years came up today.M. ;
ago the
'1ongVbfock"sueh a vast and useful "hold-over" member being a "dry" escaped from a kind of'Florida same. lots were made vacant
by'fire. We .
enterprise "Uncle Sam will doubtlesscome man.-In; the election the "dispen- museum' -which.was located in that in expect to see everything W. Smith masiKtD
in due season. I sary advocates elected three mem vicinity. shape before many weeks Tampa ft J.ct-
to terms ,
and everything ,....-
t moving.ssbefarsr" luster, ; were here.r'

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I .:-j; : and Accident the selection of your personal effects
-"' life whether j
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I 1. INSURANCE in 'appreciate the UirtA Ezaximanst of, I

Reliable Companies, .
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4 have all the necessary materials to : Prices are very interesting.
attention WATCH ,
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.' AIL BUSINESS books, Rulers Pads, Pencils Pen' : -
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handles and everything needful toI :

Let us present for your the Inspection newest'models the student. I':!i"J. B. aAR.TON&CO

All for Sale by low -
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exceptional varied stock to choose f H. L. CAMPBELL,' .MANAGER

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]I. B. and J. S. Brown of Newton J. N. Gaylard of__Wellborn, .:was: J3,,.H. Brown, Went.down' to.Branford Sheriff.Land,,of Mayo was here CoL Sanford and wife returned to

, were here today on business. II',I here last\evening. today on business.P. yesterday.Mrs. I Perry yesterday .

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.4 K. JL Clayton of Peacock; was 'I. J. T. Long! of Houston was,a visitor S. Coggins of Madison was here Cambia of Mayo and Mrs. Mr. Wolfe the Seaboard' agent at

Me t 4&1. to Lire Oak yesterday. yesterday. Wise of Wade were here yesterday. Houston. was here this morning.

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,} ct Hint, of Rossburg"was here Miss Blanche Grubb went to Lake W. H. Taylor, and wife went to Judge Lamar G. Carter,-of Mayo, is '

ate today. Harry Taylor wife and baby re- City yesterday on a visit to friends.:I Luraville yesterday i I here .

# turned from Lurarille this morning. .'

# J.C.Maasum was here today leavIK J. G. Gray;. of Pinemoun' cam"up C. C. Smith went to Waycross last D. J. Mills of Rossburg._ Is la the 'l 3
ft* far McAlpln this morning. Little Miss Mattie Thompson'went; ,yesterday/ .. 1! '" evening. city today.
to Mayo yesterday. + .
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7e*i too. :Kirkland, of Kirkland State. :IT." B. Tomer ,pf Floral City Is in Misa,Clara Anderson: returned from LOST Watch .fob. black' ribbon.
.. ..U in the city trading today. Marvin Butler ,is reported much today.,; lWf' : McAlpln yesterday where she visited Elk ,locket. Finder please return to f;
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sr better today and we hope he will friends a couple of days. -' R. J. Taylor. 24-U J

_ .,,.'L. M.'Bkelton.of Wilmarth. is Boon be able to be up. I I Commisloners J. C/Davis: and J..H. '

... i.K today on business.T Grant were callers" at,the Democrat Fred Bremer- and his sister,-Mlss -Mrs Bynum. of Savannah, Is visiting .M

'. T. I. McIntosh. ,Lurarille and: office,this morning, / Helen, arrived here from Waycross her sister Mrs! E. R. Wise at --:'
-' L &.Boatrfjht, of, Kirkland,was his daughter..Miss,Clara, are here to this morning. Rlxford.

,a Iii IM War on his way to Lake City day. -, Mrs.. McCall returned, J 1 ..from the I left his

spa kilted the Baptist convention. Park this, morning where she spent Frank Ogden went --jSnwannee Miss Julia' morning
*i.! 1 : Miss Lee Murray. cf Ft. Myers was yesterday. ,i>ft Springs today to work for CoL Frank for North Carolina to spend the sum-. -4
HC Jin Mary Blnme returned from in the ItT today registering at the -" .. Rees. -' mer. >" -. !*.-'.I 1"

: **, where she has been Ethel. Mrs. C.W. Whitney of Tallahassee -

' *** Wends. was here this morning, en route to The,county commissioners will re- WANTED--Private board near L. "
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pat l Mr. and Mrs. C. Herbert of Lakeland -- Dowling Park. main in session several days equalis O. P. It. G.. shops or Methodist ;;

reams )ski. Little Early Risers. Small were here today guests of the ing taxes. The full board is present. church. Apply S. at Democrat.

allaa4e pffli. R. B. Bishop wife and two sisters
.. Sold by Lire Oak Ethel. I I|
.. 1i.....' d-w of Madison: were here. this morning E. R. Wise went to Lake City to E. W. Quarterman of Valdosta, )

-.1 31 Mrs. Klnchen and her daughter. I en route to Dowling Park.. attend the Baptist convention this was here today and met his brother '.
1C I W. E. Quarterman, conductor on the
Little, formerly of tb1s.-dty. morning.L. .
II Mamie of Hawklnsrille, Ga.. are 't
... .._IR ,of .Jacksonville, passed guests of Mrs. C., W. Bache. C. C. Cook left yesterday for Baltimore Florida Railway. 4':.
I *.plk here yesterday. I Philadelphia New York and Ramis and J. J. Klcklighter went t.t

1M iI Mrs. J. W. Roberts who has been i the Jamestown exposition and will be to Ocala this morning to acceptsitaa- Cottages with kitchens and.dining
. Ifc Z.BBiott from I tions. The former as woods rider room: for rent at Suwannee Springs.
.. came up Mayo here on a visit to her daughter Mrs.A. absent ten days.
hta!.. Z MitT u4 will spend a few days J. Heath returned to her home in and the latter as a railroad man. Cottages furnished 'except line ? ,

fIIfIt10 a.-- Valdosta this morning.C. Prof.O. ''H. DeLamanton, superintendent kitchen and dining rOOm furnohed

A of the Callahan Brick Co., is 'Mrs. J. L. Ballentlne of Lauraville with tables chairs and" stove, $7 per l'c

L .JIll.. ."1.1l Rite of Galnes1-1I1e. was L. Bossy again took charge of I in town on the interests of his com arrived here today on a visit to her week or |20 per month. No charge

34... ,Merdsy. en route to Houston the Seaboard Air. Line ticket' ',.office pany. parents. Dr. Barclay and wife., for baths to cottagers. Apply to F.Li +. j ,
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:Wt 4it to relaUTes.1..11I this morning after a*vacation of two I Rees, Live Oak or Suwanoea ":-

., weeks. ,.' .,. W.. J. Lee of the Park was here Miss Vivian' Peek, of Luraville,. is Springs. tf :

t. Vier and ,Miss' Maud and 'I yesterday en route to Denver CoL. here today visiting relatives and .' ,

M'a _- ,of Lanier, ,Station;went Mrs. Thos. Gaskins Sr.. and Mrs. on a visit to his brother.G. friends. Working In the Little Cottage Near
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yesterday. Thos. Gaskins. Jr., who have been The .Sea. .,
F. Haddock's family and Mrs.T. Miss Pearl Keeffe of Wellborn, was
visiting here returned to their homes baby went to the Fenholloway. near the sea.
jet N tent G. Nelms and here yesterday on her way to Florence -
draylng of any this morning the former to Arcadia weekor Air is pure the water fine; -
tbsh tea Springs this morning spend a
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tf Railway line. -
E. Perry Mills and wife, came up _
b' Misses Ethel and Georgia Cassia A. Dasher of Wellborn was
ilatdlerd here and kind.
lpis : and her sister Miss from Lakeland-yesterday to remain a People are good ;
of Atlanta and Miss Mary Bunker here yesterday. He reports the lands
.,<:Madison. You can take a good rest;
.. arrived here short time and are being greeted by
last a visit to the former'sea who have been the guests of Mrs. C. flooded in No.6, water standing in And hunting and fishing is very fine. ,
a ]h. N. Hlldreth Jr., for some time past some places eight feet deep. their many friends here.
.CharltOn.B a kwelI., Two hoars drive takes you to the
ms, d$ -.::'- left for Wellborn yesterday on a visit.
and wife left last coast
Thos. Dowling -
T. Ti Mrs. F. W. Butler. Mrs. Rives Mrs.
. 8e mons, of Wlllai for Wilmington N. c., and Where the raging billows rolL ,
Misses Bessie and Helen Bardin
i '4o has been W. H. Goodbread Miss Mamie Good- the and the beach, :
visiting will be absent some time.J. Look upon sea on :;:1
yin MW.O.V. went l> the Springs yesterday to bread Louis Goodbread and little '
-'- Leggett re- take a strolL
dePt spend a few days with Mrs. Helven- I Misses Agnes Rives Fannie Good- J *.1"
,,"Y i5eterday. ston. W. Campbell of the Springs I Butler and Masters The milk and butter and many good ';'
b'at hands bread, Clarice '
shaking '
was over yesterday things are here
Itt11s $,rented the center .Joe and Willard Rives formed a
'CK ne" the McCullers Misses Annie and Fannie Savage with his many friends. I house party that went to Suwannee The water makes you eat and sleep.
block So have nothing to fear.I .
belles of Albany Ga., you see you
- > two springs yesterday.
: wn as soon as Judge Conner received a telegram
mer < >YI g.the Surprise who have been the guests of Miss yesterday from Miss Pearl Burke i have built the little cottage near

i -.he. recently pur.Saarter. Verdle .Haddock; for some time past stating that she arrived in Fresno XOTICE. the sea '
'. My wife' left my place on July 2, If my friends doubt the statement I
He will experienced no .
left for their home yesterday. It has Cal., all right and L-
- 4raltnre now in the been one continuous round of pleasure difficulties in making the trip. 1907 and said emphatically that she make. ,
I e north side was not coming back. I will not be Board the Fla. Railway and come and
of the for them during tbeir'staT liere. .
jjaaarters, but They are not only handsome and attractive J. W. Hull has returned from responsible for any debt or contract see.. ,,v- .'' -.;
g been for the that she makes from the date of this Hemming at Work.,
for the pur- ,- but Intelligent as' well and Tampa where, he has< "

in' Toe1 wore ,ln the made hosts of friends In Live Oak. past nine months. He will return notice. This July 22, 1907. wife and
LEVI. S. RANKIN. Harry Hair baby returned
proposes to will the 5th of next month" He has a.flne
sttrd1 Our young people hope they re- <. Kirkland Fla. from the Springs this .
> wr. store.qY turn'again, and remain longer. position with the Tampa Grocery Co.

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Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE 30,.at 1201 A. 3L. W.

BAD W..,.. .. c&Jna&L'I'DIL wits

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By universal testimony Red Rock tlOa. 4 .'p", Lt t: .4 m fs

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Fruit Punch has been awardedthe 75I a m S L".-- ....:_Kirkl-t. r 1 i

palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and .Zt..m SltPIDa-J A-< ,' wu-trtL.-_ _.. ...ill'

success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance .J
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(Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) ._ .... .1
8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE ie eo a m S Ztt .... ." WaImartL--.r. .. ... .a s.a"

4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE iG 5. m I U ,1L.-.s.rraan0ete. ai..r......----La ....._
It a S 30 .mLv: ---.- --N .ud- bt.a s q iff't

Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, 23 .. 540p t Ar __ .MQ9--a.z .... .IL. .....,I 14"' "
allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the 11& to a _1- L" _.u &.,-- .

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add 64 a a.I IAr --ALt I.'
i 111 to a m "Iwa..._ a.t It
the four quarts of Red RoCk. iL" u.
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Tragedy Near Qulmr. 'I witnesses to the tragedy rendered a The average woman loses a lot ol., l2 '8 a r 6 1' a.. C..___._--.-A-kwd. .....- __ ._ ..... ;,f..11I .

(Gadsden County Times) I verdict of Justifiable homicide. Pub- Interest la heaven when she learns 121e a .. 111" -" t ..+C Ia..._ _. .. l'11...i.4Y.
lic sentiment Smith In what
There was a'tragedy at the home of Justifies that tte angels never. wear hats. 12210. IF 1&7p.L.-_ _U ____ ....j"-.. '
he did, holding that he was only protecting I ao ...
T. R. Smith fire miles from town 1 and defending not only him- 11. a m fl5.,a y__ -_ _.__._.. ..,11I I' .i125G.

Tuesday morning, In which S. D. self but the honor of his home. A Wonderful Happening ,. t n pM L"--. _......_.2+ .1.5.rt-_ ..... s a..i zi

Allen lost his life. According to the I The, dead man's remains were Fort Byron, Jf. Y., has witnessed l 1 G a4 t ... 1....Ar'rty__ _. ..._" -tw 1If
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evidence before the coroner's Jury I shipped to Tallahassee for Interment, one of the most remarkable cases o .

circumstances of the killing are i where he has a wife and two little healing ever recorded. Amos- lo'. (dl TelecnalaT-.booaStaUaa. U) FIq Station 1,1 ....... W ='
children. King, of Hat pace Station '2' P. Ata tO, 8z
says: "Bucklen'sArnica I W. 8 B.uaa
about as follows: G.naaI Pa..rr A4 aL tkc
home of Mr. Salve cured a sore on --""
Mr. Allen was at the m 7
A Real Count. -- --
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Smith. The two men were good peg wth which I had suffered ovetj
Allen drinking and The Count-Yes I was almost p"sl-I 89. jears. I
friends. was j am now eighty-five.
during the morning made an Insult- tire te fair girl was thinking of me. Guaranteed to cure all sores by Barclay -:I Ii _

Ing remark about Mrs. Smith. Smith I The Duke-Then why didn't you & Gr over Druggists, :Sc. i
Allen drewa
resented the remark and walk up and cay Ma penny for your
knife and advanced upon Smith who I d-w 4+ Live Oak to Dowfias park o* M.'C sab' !
: thoughts ritft ac rate of SO cants reared trip with '
shot him dead. Smith came to town } .
Count Too risky monsieur More men would probably believe
surrerderd to Sheriff McCall tell-j I I' The ; .t1l1 i 4 Minimum ten fares. CaB se
ing him what he had done. The far too risky. I didn't have a penny. In heaven if It didn't necessitate belief ,4.',',1.11'11.'," UketAceat Phone 152 far

eoroner'a, : Jury after examining the![.Chicago Dally News. In the other; place; t\\}" U P t |\\.. further Information.r .

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If. ON niCKLt&tRRY Live Oaic Garage .-

, : The' ,Cigar u Are After" -

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t I storing .
1 1i Many then are switching from brand Autos. .
_T6ME; i one A foil supply of Gasoline and : -

i){. of cigars to another. Not so with the .Oils especially prepared: for Gas Engines. := "- J

4 COUNSELOR AT LAW Also sell the well known Columbia bat :
Huckleberry smoker he is -
OAL t FLOJUDA.. ;, a repeater. tery.-SWitch .
'U8 es, Spark Coils and Plugs 3
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...iii.r-all CoDeetioII attinasm" ( kept in stock. Exclusive for :,II
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rnuc STAn A7 J.dG& Vulcanizing Works,Jacksonville:. ..

Sample i of this work can be seenhere..
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ifcney at Ethel HoteL -Cigar ,;::5 favorite: ? :,Req Touring: |Car used 7.inf !

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mniiiiiiiiML I will furnish you your Lime, ,Cement, Building-sand I J JAMESTOWN. EXPOSITION
:(J1 S. E. TAYLOR.UTEBINARY., ; : Plaster; Laths and all kinds of Brick. VIA

[ ; OUR SPECIALTY'White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. i i I


.,........J.I.t..Phone patronage HIMlinn(3 rings-Offica) 148 M; : f. The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. |i|I i Prom .

LIVE OAK, Florida
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1. J., LYLE Sell Merchants Only i II $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with "stopovers .

Practical within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

*,.it' experieaeeit AND JEWELERs Garry Stock of. ,,', I $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily .with stopover

Watches always on band.6rII"K&aiJaGOO .t.-*..a> . > > . > > > . within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. _

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

Gpr Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S.,Meat, Canned Goods of allkinds. within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper., .:;

Potatoes Lemons Coffee Sugar Rice
$14.05 Ten day ticket on sale Tuesday and Friday
J -Pepsin Candy, Crackers, Potash- Soaps, Washing Powder,

Lavadura, Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead .Pencils only. good in coaches. No stop over priviliges. :,_

tto,Word'Pepsin Box-Paper, Pipes, {Paper Bags Roll Paper.
Two daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night

;P '51e. !teSgestlCfl.itiie Honesf Money Tobaco. Taffy Tofu and train, fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE :

i atreass Wrigleys Chewing Gums FOLDER. For further imfonration: and Pullman write to or call '.1
I on Frank C. Boyl-ton. District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Cost ..
Spot. Cigars Anita Fenandey, ,Big Smokers, Line, Jacksonville, Fla. .'

ttwiiMl, HirmlessUt. El. Bogador, Uncle Bill.
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$p,. e8 I* Byty Visiting Merchants are Cordially in- L

:::M: s.rsi v K"si Pharmacy!CA. y ted while to make in the our their headquarters -,Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R.'R. Co.

OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT ** Schedule FJfe.ti\"e. May 19. 1901. '

Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. -. WEST- fOIIND 1sT.tAS CLASS?PUVND1s1. 2Nnc A.r.
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Each 8 45 Ar t 40iAi_ 8g e4_____Do.-Ii.1r Park >i iS10 t
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# t er print for of Technology L" i 4a L" 4 L" 4 W'f?__ Dowhae Park- -..-_... 11. t 14-Ar lit
llama. mrded 49 4 49t 4 06__._._._Cbaoeu:-.--..._..-_ .I i3I *07| .fig. .10 ,
i 0, party cnferia 8 57: 4 57J 4 10,__ILay Jancton.-- 031' 1 08 #
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Art aDd organized ta aH its departments t T. N&! ...tL!-f N .I Na So !
than ever eon. Advanced: courses la Mechaalc D I DoW7 r.rttda7S---7, Daits .thett
l,Zlactrica,TextQe, Mining and Clrfl Iz&attitof t 1, Q"I: .D.I I Outs ,' sent J
Za(neerla t Chemistry, tad Chemistry. Intensive A. tL t A. 1L. f-.K.I 'tm4e+
tad new equipment ef Shop,BOH, Laborataries etc. LoP_,} Lee Lee.t 4IJI.! 5 30i'....__.....,..-YasoJaaetioa... tit aU ..- ,..:
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for ScaooTs graduates much greater taaa the supply. trio'etitAz{ s'fOIArU 3s 1Ial 2S a1!: 0'05.IS'_.-.--.._h_Al]l+_ve.--..---.. .reaes.recret'
Next session begins Sept Z5. -, '.
For fflustnted catalofue tad iajbraifioa addressLG.MATSESONLM.LLD.rr Regular stop. Connection made at Dow: l1orlda.
from Live Oak and Perry. For farther info lD4e .4- .
Trams mak
lines call on anticket agent.- des of bU"c
Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains."c
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Seasons 1900-*-Vaudeviiiy ',is the Standard Commercial College in North Florida and Is

Season 1902-Feature of Empire Stock Company I the best summer ,school in this section. .
& Season 1903-Feature of Barnum &..I Bailey r $75.00 and
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RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ON LIVE OAK PERRY Le vL-Sl.lwa.nnee. s 6:30 A. M. Arrive Live Oak 7,':
". Live Oak 11:30 t4 Springs f2tt}

"Springs 1:00 P. M. Live Oak 130P
)L\.y.BE EXTEIDn UTED. interests of Japan in Korea would Live ,Oak 6:00 .. "SprIngs '6Jt

Japs Have Tough Job on Hand to fall to a shadow of the present value .

Keep the Koreans Down, The one thing that Japan fears. in G- FARE :

New York July 23.-"Knowing: as, Korea is that the people will 'get together : : PHone 109- 5Qo.;: ,Eel Way.. fII

I do the Korean temperament! and .* but at the same time she is

the, policy which Japan has pursued! doing her best to force them together.

in the peninsula. I am able to pre 1! "The great national uprising which
dict that Japan will secure peace alone can save Korea will come of .

'there only-by the decimination bf the 1!itself unbidden when the time is riper. ,

people i When it comes we shall see whether I Ii

This is the opinion of Homer B.I Japan is a second Turkey in Armeniaor I Auto Starts from City Pharmacy

Hulburt, for several years intimately I whether she. will be shamed into a ,

associated with the Korean. anda semblance of genuine enlightenment

confidential advisor to the deposed t and give Korea the Justice of which I f House Call's 25 cents extra. - Baggage Tranportation per 100 k 51

emperor cf Korea Mr Hnlbert.whohas 'she has been so ruthlessly .
One of the most despolled..t I
Just come to America is thoroughly ,
familiar with the s tuatlon atSeosL Korean agents of Japanese Is the I ; ", ..
I .
i i home minister Yl Chi Yong. who told - - - -- - -
'\..It is hard to ar use the Koreansto Viscount Tanata last winter that he I -- I '
the fighting point" continued Mr. i might rob Korea of the priceless!I GAINESVILLE FIRE-BCG. cured on both buildings after a time Two Troop* Wfll.. JMIiItTIw

pagoda of Fung Duk. Another is however and the flames were under Phi"h
Hulbert; "they are almost infinitely I Set Fire to Houses in I .
pttlent. but drive them to desperation the one who before the late war .a ld' Three That control In a few moments althoughthe Chicago July It- '

and they will turn on their tormentors the forests of the Yalu to the Rus- City Monday 31orning. I contents of the places were badly the polity of&hfir
I (Gainesville Sun. 23d) damaged. remaining tFJ5I*dairy
islans. These Koreans would meet
did in 1592. and
as they There is .;
: a fire-bug existing in
DeBose Bros., who are the at Fort Sadss
extermination will instant death at the hands of the I among
then nothing but Gainesville and he got in his'work I
K rean people if they were not, most progressive of the colored merchants morrow tor 1M I'
there. But to ex-
give Japan peace at 1:30 o'clock Monday I *
13.000,000 t guarded by the Japanese' troops. i iI + morning who control a good trade more colored teots.1a
terminate people or even
when three houses were set simultaneously both white T*. I***
among and
i colored in that at the post
to beat them Into quiescence will |
two of *
I which burned
section carried eqa.4rM
be no easy task. And who could: To Avoid Coal Famine i l I almost I a stock of groceries be several "
to the
ground. as the departmeat :and meats slidSeptember '
ranging from Cavalry
to' $800 to tenth
blame the Koreans if they should Duluth Minn., July 22.-Plans
was taxed to its utmost capacity i U OOO. trooJ'Id"
and the
turn upon tfcose who are trampling I prevent a repetitl n of the disastrous j I Icoal In handling the situation. was Insured :, 11"-
for $500. The
The Koreans famines which have prevailed la i building a one-story *tiUV squadr" >
the ? I
them to ground : Tte first house I tit
apparently set.wasa *
I structure was owned by T. E. De Regiment e001
are fast approaching the turning : Minnesota and the Dakotas during i ry
house owned and sP
w111'arm them toreslatence. past winters will be discussed at the occupied by Bose. and was insured for $200. !I to Fort Sheridan fry
point and despair : ; Dr. R, B. Ayer. North Garden street.
I The
even though it be suicidal. Northwestern Retail Coal Dealers' Dr. residence owned by Rev. Dan- : neswe last
was absent but his house- **
iel **
was ss
which a one-story four-room structure their arrival x
The Korean people thoroughly arous Convention opens tomorrowfor
keeper noticed the flame when It
was marCIJII't
war a session of three days. Nearly valued at about $400. The were made t
ed. could carry on a guerrilla not much larger than a man's hat. d!' "f ,--
would bankrupt Japan in 1.000 members of the association owner and tenant are both absent l f the negras b1
fare that #
i and with presence of mind secured from t dtbeU"
The vested will be in attendance. the city and It was not ascertained laity the
three enormous
years. I a bucket of water and extinguishedit. : rslsW1
or not there was any Lake Forest
She saw the shadow of a man in I Insurance.
The building was a total of protest.Requests
the yard and fired but the shots : tf>
loss. with the exception of the foundation that
ACENTSWANTEDSmit never took effect. I removed as soot II-
At 1:30 o'clock
s morningan In speaking of the matter Monday before tit War 1 '
alarm of fire was turned in fromB '"
I morning one of the DeBose boys stated tor Shelby K. C'. 5
Contracts for Live ':x 34 and almost instantly flames **""
: that he to
Tip-Top was positive of the guilty no action wAS !
were leaping from the store of De- "'"
i sIto
men :party why set the places on !fire but was the Bro
MEN Bose Bros., colored and a house i at < f
durlnj [ present was la no position to offer Fort Sbtrltoavlnc
owned by Rev. Pearl Daniel of Tam- proof 11'-- t
ink reregent Detectives are at work on d f'resI4eD& d
RENEWAL, COMMISSIONS PAIDa pa and occupied by Cora Smith, the the case however and somethingmay might be ..ute.... t
en .North Pleasant and the
knife aAddressCECIL WILLCOX. Manager: latter North develop, within the next few tr ops to the fIII
.. on harden street,
days. D1sdI
shot him of New jThe department responded All of the ilk
and aurrel! e Iitial Life I Insurance Company promptly stationed at fort
,; for a time was unable
him w 'ftnnvI1le ,* Florida.. .wi.h the situation. Streams to-cope I The hallway of the First National two troops ware -
eoronez:'. Ju I i se Bank U being refloored. already to &UIII

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