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 25, 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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Ga. July 24. The "lie" I
j and blows were exchanged u
i At Wit on prohibition reach-

so night by adjournment '

..rrsw when the fight to !

\\it jiion Its third reading for ,

i Tffl'be resumed.
-ea, which had been eonislsce -

io'clock this morning,

drawn- out until nearly

is fclght, when disturbances
caused Speaker ="f t
gmllerfes '., |
W oraer them cleared. This '"
tud the acrimonious debate '_ j. r t
on the floor, A dispute -'

f jUpre eat tiva- Wright ol .

|$ki Representative Hal1 of Bibb : t' :

to the point where.. Mr.

tM Mr. Hall ou're a liar"

,e tee between the two ,
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-- [ blows were exchang- 4\ ,. .
quickly Intervened, ..

- Ns restored: and in a silence Portrait of moat any old-r.iiro t* .iit.riiia pies! in a rat reduction ease. .

t fstpfal RepresentaUvei,Candj '

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Are low the Hope of Run-OUt
rd Liquor Think* He Will Land the Judgeship Hoa. Chaa, H. Bliss CoUped .
.! ire seenei ofhave Men fir Georgia. a. Swayne'a Baccessor.. Heart Failure Wednesday ;

! ,(Ttmes-Union. 24th.) -
as .t l' .Pensacola Nevis, 2 3rd.) Morning..

P _it tke.ffeattojjass thf There Is now no doubt'' that, thW Uam' B. Sheppard, UnlteStates + (,Pensacola .Journal_ 24th. "I

!ni $deabt13 T>ythelower liquor dealers of Georgia will flock to., district attrneiy'
i* krftie teftelatftre today*F om Florida as soon as the prohibition law j, ness of six weeks, which
from Washington 1).-; C.,
- ; Ws'morning until a late now pending In the legislature cl 1 I critical within the. past week
t the ftfteraoon the fight has Georgia becomes effectire.JacksonTllle where.he went in theJn.terestot-Ja his home on South Florida

II} | if4, tad a filibustering inlnact. ,being the largest city; candidacy the,position lately made street at three o'clock this'

am mt his prevented.acuoa on in the state win naturally be the vacant br the death. of Hon. Chas Death was due to heart 1'Z

[k tit vafcfcvu adopted, by the place where the majority ot the Geor Swayne. and a complication of d1se

MN i a week ago. which mayor had long been a
gia liquor dealers will locate vn account Mr. he re-
vdi =Bsea, women ands of Its excellent transportatloa ceived ti much encouraJeethatment his The fatal collapse occurred this

_j the galleries of the facilities and also on account 'of. its. .: rk 4 ing shortly before 1 o'clock.
visit, and brings the Information' ?
he had
to that time
t} of the capitol all to
proximity Georgia.
that his candidacy was being
caging and waving Here.It easy and while his physicians
Advance Guard considered that I
and that he believed
of his
to the excitement, out but hope
Is known that several Georgia
-jJr 'several Atlanta !e. stood a good chance to get the ap was hoped that he would rally
liquor men have already been
if Mr1 j lunches for the pointment. In fact he believed that the night and gain strength.
and sewed them in the looking over he would"get it, despite rumors to the last attack about 1 a. m.. ; I|
MTt here. One of these liquor men the conti\r,. as contained In resterdaTI Bliss became unconscious
tonight the prohlbl114 -
has already secured an option on a,
itjt been reached. FolHffsUr telegraph dispatches. mained In this state until he I I
+ 44ee warehouse building In the western:
Mr. Sheppard believes that I
order of business was kept alive for hours by
part of the city. Others have ever Vappolntment made' for 1 :
will be.
no dermlcs to strengthen the
k witch motions to relr I I
.r iNjsj L'S' Ute order of the far as to' figure on erecting some weeks""yet.. The president Is at !the heart and by alcohol baths.

to reconsider buildings finding no vacant buildings present taking a vacation, but. as one : 1:30 o'clock when It became
the bill
l's"I here suitable for their business. gentleman expressed It, -that seclusion i lessly obvious that the mayor
r court of Hamilton,
that liquor "
Seeing the weeks.
would not last over three Intimate friends wer
ef M was; brought up. and nUcipaUng to i ng !
tv dealers are moving At the end of that time 1\si believed, i and many of them went to the
tactic .
y .known tor
this city, a movement has already and the I
Uv the vacancy will be filled, Among those were President,.
was brought into been started to keep them out. A
: receive the appointment
Pensacola man will man. of the City; Council; Chie 1
iie'er special committee of the city council I Horsier and' ; !
: [ ors, Henry .
3F rnfht, of :
Floyd has been appointed to Investigate and Issue I '
In another column of this Damon Lodge No. 13, of
ht ultt lead- I
de a floor
of this committee will hold I
report and something Is said concerning the probable deceased was a member. .- i :
Biities forces
IS Dne or more open sessions to secure appointment of Judge Settle of 1 The deceased Is surn'eA: ty_ !

ibex well in hand in expression of opinion of' the general North, Carolina. In the light of en- and eight children sit -ot, i

of Richmond public on the advisability of'P lIng couragement which Mr. Sheppard re- I In,Fensacola. The eldest/a day ;

m? minority a city law that will tend to ,keep, celyed. and the support given him reached here about three

1 Vtally confident outa! er" from locating here for the I generally for the position, it Is beT 'from her home.lit Salt Lake:.t-..

.tart et r- on the bill purpose of engaging In the liquorjustness. 'lleved that there Is nothing whateverIn I two oldest sons are In ,ghfoc
as minority
the North Carolina report. they have hen for several je
_'ready to Liquor Men Deny It: I In spite of his long absence and deceased came t') Pensacola

ISIS me The liquor men of Jacksonville busy' times at the capital. Mr. Sheppard ember, 1895'from Indiana,
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IV lad,to 1 ; of haTe been charged with starting this I was early at his office In the that time has been a ,resident

!sr tae use igltation, but this they strenuously j federal building handling a number :lty. He was In falling health

1 1t .y the eny. They claim that they have had of matters which had been refered to be came to Pensacola; but the
.sc! 1 1i i
{ nothing to do with It. 'him and which had piled up on his caused him to recover
,JOIIiJC"tl -- : 7 by sueh legis- clrulated he 'sw
A few days ago a desk during his absence. until two months ago
: In Atlanta to the effect that parently recovering his bealth

'-,- ,. lie liquor dealers of Jacksonville had Money for Lake City. I Upon becoming a resident 1 "

I.chaff' and little son iccretly subscribed to the fund of the Tallahassee July 23. The comVItroller I sacola) he !

cerIo' this morning Georgia prohibitionists, hoping to today a warrant to J'i series of magazines..ri'booka. s

[;?!ske their future profit by the passage of the prohibition Issued and A. R. WIse. I tort hthe advantages of Pen ,
,\ E. Inman mayor I: of
-sbeen employ- law of Georgia. This statement the city council and giving the history
114F > president i
ras, also emphatically denied by the acting the amount !which he always maintained
: ferentMjt $15,000 :
; Lake City
racksanvUlei liquor dealers., under the : the oldest In the. United
City i
Lake '
, rid'his family thing certain and"that to be returned to I I in this business for
There Is ode In thevent ,continued
::tert.f. hereYho, trlu I.. the ..mprettB! .qi estion 1* agitated_ 'provisions that of the the University Buckman of fOr1dras ", I: rears, which. resulted In much
there ere the more probability Lake City This for Pensacola
hot 1-xated at I
a high license being required, of last chapter In the widely,circulated and read.

_1_to Lnra- Iquor,:dealers so ,as to force the low' Is famous probably'the Lake City school affair. ,I I I In 1905. Mayor Bliss

i' lives out of business.

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A Woman:Way: Teaferness in a lore letter sounds I U11 i 11J111181B**

mi;fcty foolish when an attorney is i, IIIMi"! ,
(!iT.8" me_ your heart she softly -
readteg it in court. '"

And held oat her two white baa4sBe .- Cone
War Against mpt&oeAl
gave.tier his heart on beaded .' ,

knees. nations are en_ endeavoring. : -

And she took Jt .with wonderful :"check the "white-'the ravages plague"of that. consumption claims ,so

grace and ease. i IV E'OA': K'L I
i many victims each year. Foley's :
And_smiled in his face at' the tove- I Honey and Tat cures coughs and --

uptthere: colds 'perfectly and you are in no _
While she carelessly fingered his I danger of consumption. Do not risk -

waving hair. I ycnr health by taking some unknown .

His-heart lay bare to her carious preparation when Foley's Honey and ,
Tar la safe and certain In results.

eyes The genuine is in a ;yellow package.
And she laughed as she'sald twas a
City Pharmacy. d-w : PUBLISHINGCOMPANY
"perfect prize"; I '

Yet drew him closer and closer, the I An optimist Is a man who rejoices
while, I when some one else is happy even if ,

t : She bound his soul In, her netted i be himself isnt. L"

smile. i :.
f Your Liver
"Go out and fight for zae:- she said.
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In the way_a woman commands. is out of order. You go to bed in u

.-. And he went where the battlefieldswere I bad: humor and get UP with a bad i
red taste in your mouth. You want

-. With the mangled forms of dying and something to stimulate your liver. ,
Just try Herbine, the ::ver regulator.A .
dead! ;, .
He risked his life on ,blood-red seas positive cure for Constipation. .. .. .
Dyspepsia and all liver complaints : .
In war against her enemies. ,
airs FFt.. Worth Texas writes: i
4-. She turned to greet ?dm with care-
"Hare used Herbine hi my family
less 1
"- grace for'years. Words can't express what .
Y x .""" But a beautiful smile lit up her face. I think about It. Everybody In
::' And be felt repaid for his toll and my household are happy and well : 1 I .1

.' 'strife and we owe it to Herbine Suwannee -

ii:_ By the than smile life.that was dearer to himff" Drug Co. d-w I: Book, News and CommercialPRINTERS

f.=-:.:,- So woman woos with her careless .It..Ia_strange how much more a

'l:-> ways man can spend on,a habit than he !f

:!;.--- The strong heart of a man. can on his wife's hat. .
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:0 Light and frail as a summer flower ;
(C Her very weakness Is a power Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough

[-. That binds him to her forever the syrup. Contains no opiates. It I

; while. \ drives the cold out of the system by ,',
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&!,;d- She floods his soul with a golden gently moving the bowels. Contains .f
Honey and Tar and tastes nearly -

i1'} smile. as good as maple syrup. Children ...... .,..
like itSold b/ Live Oak Drug 7' ,.0. .
A elean.slngclean., cooling. soothing

1.}. DeWitfs, healing Carbolized household Witch remedy Hazel is Store. d-w "VTO job' is too "large and none too small for '

It is funny how mighty little workIt
Salve. Sold by Lire Oak Drug Store. '
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d-w takes to" convince a man that- he. us to handle, and everything_ in the
to. has earned a rest.
:> "' Printing Line comes easily within,oiuUimifc
When one man stamps the habits .
:='t:. of another as bad. It is a sign he himself The Smile ....
cannot afford them. that won't come off appears on ba

by's face after one bottle of White's stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers
". During the summer. kidney irregularities Cream Vermifuge. the great' worm OUR ,
fit',1 are often caused by excessive medicine. Why not keep that_ smileon
of the carried in Florida
-. drinking or being overheated. Atc baby's face. If yon keep this one largest ,
tend to the'kidney.. at once by using medicine on hand you will never see
v .Foley's Kidney Cure City Pharmacy any thing else but smiles on his face. and with a, will equipped modern Printing

d-w* Mra. -. Blackwell Okhu, writes:

f; "My baby was peevish and fretful. Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we
It is Interesting to note bow littleit Would not eat and I feared he would

r -. takes to amuse a man who boasts die. I used a bottle of White's an furnish you with Stationery as cheap as

that he has brains. Cream Vermifuge and he has not

,' ; bad a sick day since. Suwannee and prompt as any establishment in the

:: The best remedy for backache Drug Co. d-w

.weak kidneys Inflammation of the South. A trial will convince. Samples and

bladder,is,DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder The end of love's little world
'" Pills.. Their action' is prompt comes when a third person tries- to Estimates FIrnished on Application.
.:. r and sure.: A week's: tratment for find room to live therein.

25c. Sold by Live Oak Drag Store.dw
; G. B.. Burhans of Carlisle Center I .
N. Y.. writes: "About four years "
:. No man ever did anything wrong ago I wrote you stating that I had ,
:} until-he started. in thinking of something been entirely cured of a severe kId-
wrong ney trouble by taking less than, two fI iid : I .1 I :: :i: I :::i! ,

f: bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It

Kodol will nourish and strengthen meat and pain and symptoms of
)'our'digestiTe organs and furnish kidney disease disappeared. I am We Make a Specialty of Mail

the natural digestive juices for your entirely, stopped the brick, dust sedi- .
>- stomach. It. will make you welL glad, to .say that I have never had a
c: Kodol digests what you _t. Sold byE return of tny of those symptoms daring -:- Order Business -:-

Lire Oak Drug Store. d-w the four years that have elapsed '
and I am evidently cured to stay I
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No man ever ucceeded_ unless he cured, and heartily recommend Fol I jj j I 11 j

t. was. certain that some loved one ey's Kidney Cure to any one suffer- 'Ji
wanted him toP ing from kidney or bladder trouble. .. -
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Cltv Pharmacy. '
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When there is the slightest indication
;- of indigestion heart burn Marriage is the form through

t.. flatulence or any form of stomach which a man abdicates his right to 0

:; trouble take a little ,Kodol 'occasion run his.own family to his wife's re- LIVE OAKPUBLISHING

',- ally and you will get prompt relIef. lations.

;;-i, Sofd by Lire Oak Drug Store, d-w
,... .-": Long Live The King!
A politician is the man who pulls '
: f is the popular cry throughout European ; .
;.;v the wires that create what the world ;
countries whUe In America,
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",'- calls statesmen.' the cry of the present day U "Long .
: live Dr. King's New Discovery King : :
Stimulation Without Irritation. and Remedies!" _
of Throat Lung ,0 COMPANY j
-,', ,_ That fs the' watchword. That is of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine _
what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Truro Mass., says: "It never fail t.

.' does. Cleanse and stimulates the to give Immediate relief and to ". 7-"r :
T'- 'bowels without irritation in any form quickly cure a cough or cold." Mrs. -v. -'
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k{w Gtty harmancy. d-w Falne's opinion is shared by a major- '0 0' '
#': ity of the inhabitants of this country.. LIVE _:
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,,t < ,A)husband. .is. the thing that stays New Discovery cures weak lungs and : FLORIDA ,
:f t. ,'IB the store while its wife goes away sore throats after all other remedies .it

::,, : ::4g:vacation. have failed; and for coughs and colds 'S...
: It's the only sure cure. Guaranteedby ;'t
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'surest war to tonghten, a Barclay & Groover, Druggists. .

to,subject .t it to, a ..longloneliness. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. . i ,. i ,.. It ,
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f1etcher, of Mayo, was la the I i J. P. Howell Jr.. of Lancaster, II' I I I I I I I I' I.1 I _I I I . . . . . .1..11..... .
1' I i was here trading yesterday FORSAlf S. P. Mays is attending the BapJ... A.. Rosa"and wife TisfW Iirk--
.- I I I List convention at Lake City. land aad Rossburg: this week. 4**
was here Mr. Carlisle, of ,
of Perry, Sawannee. was
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g I' here 1m. M. L. Burnett
trading yesterday.w-* and childrensister
bs bless. ;> ': Loup Goodbread came in frOm'the
I Ii :: and went to
:: the'Sprtnp.todar.MItCh Springs last night to spend the d r..
In -CadSbEhaa
0. ftewart. of Jasper was I Charley BlaekburD"1--1. d't

t -JT.D.tyyeiterday. his bed with,ferer.'->- "* *,.",,," *=. ,.....,*,* Wynn' went-to the Springs Major A. B. Small of Lake City
: last night in Chastain's Reo was here yesterday..
:? U MSkelton Fargo.f. Dr. Alrth went to JacVsoarlEe on "
yesterds7.L.1. business last evening. A. Williams went to. Jacksonvilleon Porch Lanier oft Rossbnrg. was

business last evening.Geo. here today- .
L. Lee went to Lake'City Conner Ilr. on.w,;lt to Wafross12.3t ; 4 ,

si.ratng on lepl bualness. evening. Fire Life and Accident : today' Gamble of Luraville. Is here Miss Abbie RamS went to Pine-

'-', INSURANCE in trading. mount today on a visit to her brother.
:' Jilail1 and Abe Suruk went C. Blue of Wildwood 1s'L at: the Old .
let Reliable
"' :te Sprbap last JLlght. returning Ethel today -, tf" Companies Prof.Wallace.nd C.D,Frink went Mrs. Elizabeth Nunn went to Lake
to Lake
< raing. City last night to attend the City this morning, on a visit to.;her
P. C. Wind left today for Tampa. Baptist convention now In session brother !

.,J. Clements and his daughter. Miami and Key West on busIness: there :

aliT*" reported very HI with Prompt attention given to 1, Mrs. Curtis Grubb left this "morning -

[ fever. Co!. A. Lee Humphreys was transacting ALL BUSINESS Mrs. J. W. Wood, of Wa JCrOea. for Virginia. where, she, will re-

business Branford yester-I who has been here on a visit to her main three months.
'''", J. P. Abbott and family red day. i mother. Mrs. Wiggins returned to "
from Cowling Park today I Waycross yesterday. W. Bonnelt went to Miami, :.this:

i they have been for a week., Wash Fletcher one of the oldest [EDIARU8ALTY CO. I morning. where,he will take charge

and best citizens of Suwannee coun- A. B. Putnam, Mrs. J. D Wilson lof the Coca-Cola Bottling Works.

t. a Bonnell. of Rocky Cut. and ty. was up from O'Brien ..yesterdayand :, and Miss Annie Wilson went to Lake ,

L Wtely* the same place, were today, returning this noon. Lewin City today .o attend the Baptist convention M. E. Barnes ,went to Plant City .

A. Masters, bookeeper for the Hair Phone No. << the latter being quite sick. *
Qne, of Cypress Lake, was Hardware Co.. who'"ha. been'visiting F Mesdames C.v N. Hildreth Jr.. C.

i teeay shaking hands with his his wife in South Florida returned r ._ 'A. Ridley and Eflrd are in Lake City C. W. Duckworth, of Houston was

ttieada.4w home last night. I H. A. Blackburn and family who in attendance upon the Baptist convention here yesterday on his way to .\.' '1.1-..'
r I have been to Seabreeze for'the past ? bottan. Ga. YRev.

h of Norwood went to Will two weeks, returned home last .
: ,Adams, Ferguson, of near Houston is I i I night
and Fernandina last the-proudest man in Suwannee coun- :They report that for only five days of J. M. Bailey has leased the west Euana went to Lake City last

ty. His wife presented him with a t I their stay there did they get any store of the new MeCullers block Instead evening t> attend the Baptist.-con-

fine daughter Tuesday, I''breeze from the ocean, and mosquitoes of the middle store as stated vention. ,_

)se.A. J. York went to Lake City were plentiful. Mr Blackburn yesterday In; these columns._

f-g sight to attend the Baptist eonf. G H. Wynn of Jasper who is sojourning says it was'the hottest season The,straw ride which, was to take

at Suwannee Springs came he ,ever spent there. E. A.. Carver and wife and Mrs. place Friday night has been Indef-.-.
West Kent left for O'Brien today. nitely postponed.a :
over yesterday to see his brother ;
.L. Tacker, the efficient clerk'In Mitch Wynn. .. Cottages, with kitchens and dininrom Mrs: Kent has been visiting here fora '
a we }t. Mrs. Carver has been down M. Kinmer. of Madison was .
1$:J. Witt*" store who has been for rent at Suwannee Spring .,y
Cottages with the fever for twenty days and here from Madison yesterday. ,en
returned today furnished
t fsr tea days except linen; j
.T. .1,. Molntosh and daughter Miss '
'kitchen and dining -room furnished goes to O'Brien to recuperate., route to Wellborn. -
J Clara of Lur T1l1e. left this -
of MeAlpTn morning with tables.. ai.d, 7 _
run, Bemfery, Is here } cbaitj : stove $ per f-
for the. mountains of North Carolina I Mr. and Mrs.., B. Arrington. of
week or 920 per.JBolltb. No charge
i.Wt"to the family of a H. e ReT, Finly J? Patterson, pastor of
to. ,spend' a month. .for baths to cottagers. Apply-to F. Hamilton, Circuit after spending j Perry,'are registered at the Ethel to-

I(;. Rees Live '6ik.; 'or' Sawannee ? a;'day, '- __ ". 1-_' -, _
few days in the city as the guest of
Mrs. Braswell and the .Misses Springs. ,
{ Sht, Pert.r. Mrs. Scruggs and if Dr. Pasca-;returned this,afternoon,to
Berta L cr: .' Francis and Masters J. R. H. Loiter Sr., and R. H.
i lye aad Sallie Porter went to ', his home In Jasper. At the recent' "";
R. Hopson. Miss Mamie Phillips and J. M. Strickland has moved his I Loiter, Jr.. went to Lake City to-
1sss today to spend a week Epworth League conference at:Tallahassee ,.
-,,,1a4 Miss Mamie May Creech went to Su- day .
stock merchandise
and groceriesfrom Mr. Patterson w&' elected -' -- .t i
# Heteber has sold his farm wannee Splngs.Ia. morning to spend the corner of Pine and, Howard editor of the League Department ot ) r :

KTBrfc to Mr. McCall. of Jasper, the day. "to the store room vacated by C. A. the Florida Christian Advocate. .' Miss G. R Herring, of Dowling: ,

IvMBMvetoLiveOak.ft Groover. The building vacated by I Park, was here today; en route toMadison.

Graham Black who has been down Mr. Strickland will, be used for a 0
Dr. S. A,York, of this city has re-
K.BftHe.,,; lr.. and family return- with fever since May 22nd. was able Greek-American ,restaurant.The turned to Stafford Springs Miss,

lam fee Springs today by the to be up today, and will leave in a from Hot Springs Ark., to resume C. ,A. Groover has moved his stockof

-..... few days for South_ Carolina and show windows of the Ladies treatment for his, health and writes merchandise to. the building
othre points to recuperate. His brother Emporium are certainly beauties and to Mrs. York that be is steadily im originally. occupied by him,

ism 3 .eke of Peacock, and C. A. R. D. Black is now down with show the exquisite: taste of Miss proving. Ail his friends here will be {

tt the same place, were here fever. Mamie McAIpln and Mrs, Walsh. As delighted at this news. Charley Corner who has been with :

MMr. window dressers these ladies can R. L. White for some time will leave .I

Miss Abbie Goff. of Pinemount, who hardly be surpassed. Sheriff Walker of Levy county. for Savannah,, Ga, In a few days and

i&Bwfea ft Co. received an order has been visiting Miss Alice Carlton Came up from Bronson last evening from there will go to New York.

1PGW South Florida for a here, left for her home In Pinemount There was an eclipse of the moon and took back with him a negro captured

II N4 of furniture. This is today. Both are mutes; the latter ]last night but .it. was too hot and by Sheriff Rickerson and want- James Lyle' and Hamp Mays start- ,

> fcrt etfer. it is said, that has being here on a visit from her home ]mosquitoes were too thick to sit nand p ted there for Jumping a.'bond of 15001 fed i for the Springs yesterday in an

|*r tot facetted here for such a in Island Grove to her sister, Mrs j watch for an eclipse in this seof',r the alleged selling of ,liquor: in a auto. They got two miles from town

r 9t furniture A. W. Pope. 1 tion. dry cou tT. and walked home.Mosquitoe .

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Tami is7, at the home of the '. -

1's i at Suwanee Station JFYOVDrscirrmi I I I I I I I '.I r I .'I I I I I I '.' I I I I I
** 0 Klfht was united in FLA. BOOK 8 NEWS[ CO.OOL i

.IIk R. B. McCullough, ot .
0R v. J. 8, Mikell of- f, ; J ;'

'Re groom,'we understand .
tMStani l'SUP cJh ft.i CZA t t3ZC. e.i CZS, C J GC
oa the Coast Line, and ERr TIES I o
am 1 of sterling qualities -

IiIy lithe excellent prize he, -:; :'.:: ,.;"' .. ...: -

*** !''he brute is well known In 1 1/l1 I "

*> **"several
years she has ,
taf Coast Line's agent at Su- r Bars and all Sum

and a frequent visitor r ;I

3. Ak who know her love I in the selection of your personal effects, Goods
I mer
> y virtues, and char- whether apparel or jewelry you will
appreciate the ULTKA EXCUJSTOXIZS of
fly ways that : : -

*.a alwaysadmire.. The THE .. I 691N6 A GQST. I '
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move -
over here from .Ji.- ;
evening and took the BOWARDWATCH. -
ke J* ksonvllle, and will can do their bet work when they Prices are v interesting.Come .

0 have all the necessary materials to let us show you .
e osition and I
4t tamest on their wed- work with. We can furnish Blank I
books Rulers Pads, Pencils, Pea
t ey will make
e 4.jwe do not know Let us present the newest handles and everything needful to I B. BARTON & CO.

k *W be in Waycross. models for your Inspection the student. J. _

ttrta j* hearty con- AIr Standard Makes for Sale by I OUR PRICESare MANAGER
offer an H. L. CAMPBELL
vtafcw very low yet we can you .
for Mr, and
choose '
stock to
exceptional varied :
all the Joya married RADFOKDThe ,
fr-m. _'

Jeweler_ .: I IU'f *'r r COO Manager t. II I I I I I I I I I . I" I '_' I I 11.1 I. I ILIVE

oAK. FLA. .: ,.L. and Owner l

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.' ;. ; 4 : .L" :" his hearty support. It stands4aIways for the growth., d'e F'

.i" .-& "' '.,: ,veIopment and general good of the city. -f '"

Ie', ., '\ If you area business man and have not got an ad tf :' :'.'. -

; p. he for the sake of your business well : a."
as as pnde ;
_. ','. : ,:: paper' _
," .:. :" ill your city, call up the DEMOCRAT office and a represent =. -

rei ,4. : tatlve will hunt you up. It'won't take long to get together -- -< ::
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fla.dFlct. lta 1 6" .:
lilT !Daibr:1e.pC aDd .. ll-TAf1ON+. =w
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1OQ. m "t 31) p.1.Y. 'I.iye OM-- JII.-

universal Red Rock 1 zo a m 4 44 p.1.. d r.R..,.._.__...._...r..l.k L..- tf
By testimony LaHO
*&& a a 4 K p.'Le .: -t-.+ ..-._. ...,'"

Fruit Punch has been awardedthe T 50 a a 08 .. L.. _-__. .,._,; U:..- ._.. ---J.a.f;>..-1.( ...

palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and I' a IS 1. p m A'-----=-,---... iJmartJI--. _._ ------1A ill..p i S*tt

success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance r-
.10 a L" WDmartJa.-_ i
with the
4 following: 810. ... ".. : I" _U _...- ;,
FORMULA Y OS a m Ly -Lva __ 11U :

(Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) : s Ar._ W1Lu.itb.U ... __ 1.a
8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS PINEAPPLE- w 6 s+.p;.L- _Yi _-A .......-

4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE. ;Y u .. rl to !a+ ..-.. _.r.3avaasa.-a.t m-_.._.. __ 8 p a1Y
jI i b EL"d- ...q5..

Crush oranges and lemons, chop pin apple'ne, cover with sugar, ._ s m I co P-JAr. _r --.lI.Q J. a...- .... .. 1i,_ ,jUIIII
If allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the LO 'T- ; -.. T Maa+...r. &a ; ,
pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add. ..a .r' ... -AJtea.- L. ,
the u tY "-.,... .. .___.atw...._ h. !
four quarts of Red Rock.
1110. m .... ......_.M.t....
11s a, a lsu..1."__.:, __ _.4 M. .

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U 15 m 511 p m Ly__ ......_....Saisd ._ _..J.L, ..., ,
SLIM HOPES IN GEORGIA. : "an honest respectable man can keepa the House Temperance Committee.The U 00 a .. 'la p a. L.-.. ._._-..... ". ""'I'.I.&f. s. .sue

I bottle of liquor in his home or ob- prohibitionists have got the votes U 10. .. 11 p L. 0;::.... ....I.. I'"

That Whiskey People Out Defeat or I tain wine beer or other alcoholic he says, and they propose to use 12 !Yam V .a L'.w.: ..- -... .. ,.,a'f
Postpone Prohibition I them. .-..a'
fluids upon a physician's prescription. 1211. s Y 45 p.v---- __. ..'j U-
:Atlanta. July 21.-It is said that 1 i.I At the meeting of the Baptist U"
I ."* U 50.i o 14= p L..r-, tf'"-k-_...... .. a. -
ministers today the Rev, .
F. p.
McConnell -
three, or four methods will be employed ,.
lOG .. ...
The last effort it is stated will be formerly of Atlanta now of I -L-- I.
in the effort to defeat the '.r--.
made to secure the postponement of Kansas City, made a talk in which he .

Hardman state prohibition bill when the state prohibition' law until 1909. declared prohibition Is effective in k0 1.iesrasD a 1' k.Lco.StsUoa, (t) n.c sc.tioa It) ksi.ea W __.-w.. '
It cornea up in the House Wednesday. Under the House rules which differ :. Kansas and that the people would Maser w.StatiaIt s. Iluaa- --.J < '.' Z P. AWI'OIIo' ..
In the first place It Is said a substitute materially from those of the Senate not for any consideration repeal the P---- >.

will be offered tor the bill extensive: filibustering may be indulged prohibition law. He said when he ._ 1: .

:which proposes to do away with the in. and it may be possible for the last addressed his congregation and

saloon but_still to permit the sale of minority to delay the ,passage of the told them of the efforts now being
alcoholic beverages at wholesale and measure'for a week or two. Just how made for prohibition in Georgia they PARTY !

in the'original package. It U understood it will work. howeTer. remains to be burst into applause. .. : : &-;" .
,- this substitute will be offeredby seen.
relief for -
Quick Asthma Sufferers 1Dewfrts '
'" Mr, Hall ot Bibb and Mr. Slater ofBryan. Seab Wright of Floyd the prohibition I Foley Honey and Tar affords Immediate .f. the Osit to Park Oft sale 4fiiy ..
floor leader in the House declares relief to asthma ax rate of 50 cuts wtad trip with

If this substitute is defeated as itprobably that all of these efforts will the worst stages and.if taken in time .. I 1 1 I r\ Minimum .f tealforev CstiketAxeat I... +

will b!. it is then proposed, prove futile and that the prohibition j will effect a cure. City Pharmacy t t H phoae-ISZ' toe .
t\\ I I I I I I I I' ....1t .
"It is stated to so amend the bill that bill is going through as reported by 4"- 1111'11 U, furtherJ <11I.-0..

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......!....',JulY 23.rThe written Department.postal,mes- Live Oak M'f' Co.

pJadDg .
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le '
it. 4 se.packages or '. B01TLED ;

APa ;.less than Swo ,cents MaMafactarers f ,-:-
.. paid. and the'pro- . beeA admit Lumber
.".. 'ef:tie statute.pronded. Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights: &V
__... ,the,iMt seal year post Power'::aid _Turrpentine. ; ;
"" for

arm-or,'collected $59.065 Electric Lights any part'of: the city furnished, for PreYes BI, Help Fer Tired He..riv.. ,-.....

th at tD a great number of Residence or Business Houses There inbound
at a very reasonable rate. to come a time through moiher's 1
was due to ignor- endless
day when
srsfie'" law;and thatt the eollce' -Day and night current-for manufacturing to continue the heavy over-worked strain. A energies cold bottle refuse of
purpose T
tsM ae fins n8to unify works a hard- Coca-GoJa solves this important prob1en. It
.tl ,
tell poor. Postmaster Wholesale oncTretail clears the throat of flying dust invigorates and ,
the : Ice-out of
baa directed that pro- City have spe- the strei Shh Bottled CoCa-cota: is made right mixed
der, In postofflces: cial attention, and all orders aromptly fiilled. Wit the IS filled by antiseptic machines
.,.deeI'be' placed proportions are always correct._ LOok for.Crown lAbeL

the pll)11C against the prac- We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling, and .

flooring. -"Come and get our prices.. '".

live Oak Bottligg Works Distributors. Suteannee fiamton
,!Iae'.g woman Taylor and LaFayette counties .

1-warily one of perfect formMany Excursion Savannah Ga. ,
a Plain woman "

e1.M never those sets rare as an qualities artist's Round trip $3.00; to Charleston, S.. C. round J OUR.SAVINGS: DAPARTMENT I IIS :
trip $5.00. Special train leaves
admires: 9:00
tit world not restricted in the of its I
scope patronage. is
( dean smooth akin and A. M, on; July 6th via the ATLANTIC broad enough to accommodate all and *

mess of step and action COAST :LINE. Returning : HERE ARE ITS .
health. A ph7- on any train up to PATRONS: .

-k woman y good Is neTer attraet- July 3 I. For further information apply to t L- The young folks with their small savings. *

to herself. Electric fRANK BOYISTON" District Passenger Agent. + 2.-The breadwinner, striving to accumulate a fund <
pat seen give 138 West Pay St. Jacksonville, Ffa. to procure a home, or a competency for old.age. *
tom.weak women. I 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and :
bright ey.e&.Xooth. the income .
urTC4. provided.

',&li. beautiful complexion. I Pitts McEweu (UNIONS WEEKS i 4.-Those with idle'funds awaiting other investment .::
Scents, at .dew. ... ;.| THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK; Live Oak, Hwifc i _

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jjjboid at Taskegee. General Agents. Wholesale and Re- ... -- 11111111 II It' 1IIIIIIIIIIIt,

Iasi, Ala.. July 22A
Tutkegee Alabama, says For the General Accident

FMMU i trem fever epidemic Is prevailing I Assurance Corporation of tailDealers inFlorida 1 SEABOARDAirline

?uIsN normal Institute and that

___i and twenty-seven cases PHILADELPHIAAccident and WesternMEATS '
r? reported from the school.pmaced Railway.
g -that while the eplM -

| _feeea checked. Its source Is
Considerable sickness pre- and Health Insuranceon Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

tl tie town. popufa Monthly'Pr mi- Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Phone 24. Philadelphia and New York.

i Vmdcrfol_Happening., um plan.
J N.'Y., has If.'witnessed .. Prompt. deliveries. TWO ELEGflNT: TRfllNS DRILY .

...most remarkable cases,of I j

ever recorded. Amos P.if I All policies issued and claims anywhere in the
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
tttt place says: "Sudden's '
paid from this office. t
WM'eure4 a sore on mym
City. I
"Uh I had suffered oTerIlIA
Modern : Pullman ; Equipment. .
1 1IMl, now eighty-five.
1I Wanted
I MMMd to care all sores by Bar- Agents

,IIIHer... Druggists 25e*d-w ORZNOLaxative The Jamestown Exposition Line ,

OfflCE, POST OFFICE Building.. V NORFOLK. v/\.
W Cbuspion Cyclist,
- : Fruit Syrup Excursion Tickets on Sale DailyFor
ftt* i 2S---Hugh Live Oak - Florida.

LMiSt _klr wing tonight the thirty .
I Pleasant to take full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
.,eM ,MM last in a series of mid of Seaboard or write, ,

- paced bicycle races Will Appeal The Case. The new laxative. Does S. C. EOYLSTON. Jiu. Asst. Gent Pass.Agent,Jacksonville Fla. ,.

irsae eels track became the Raleigh N. C.. July 22-GOT Glenn not gripe or nauseate. iiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiFor ,

!*,. [atteriea with a score of tonight announced that he had wired Cures stomach and liver ,
the state's attorney to appeal to the
lipsIai ptUM In his favor James
United States supreme court from the troubles and chronic con- .
l r%riiea, la second with
decision,of Judge Pritchard.He the
ISM stipation by restoring
It end '
Bobby ,
-- stated that even if section 4,
is., who was last year's the criminal penalty section, is stricken natural action'of the stom-

iW with nine points. out, the law is not affected and ach, liver imd bowels. s

f the Southern railway can be Indicted .
: am Lincoln Befu.eubethutp BOO.
a under the common law, that he does
s 0i3! *. against an odds,
llgbest honor not for .a__moment believe that Judge Officer Was Justified.
a manse
y- Prltchard's decision that section 4 is vans >i.a
I i0NIt EaRed States. Bal- I. T. Walker .who ..
1Nsd' unconstitutional, will be sustained by Deputy
si5 Syrup has attain-
-'_ the United States supreme court. shot and killed Will. Gordon a negro, LiversA
equaled by any SicK
.- ...,r.. It is"a lure cure .G Y. Glenn and the counsel of at Newberry while the latter was resisting

I -4M" i BroneJ 1t1s. InfluttarBarr state today took notice of the state- arrest for running a "blind

..., 1 ,. diseases. ment. issued by President Flnley ofthe tiger" In that place a few days ago PURELY VEGETABLE : -

,. siyeaid keep supplied Southern railway in Asherille was given a hearing before Judge COMPOUND '

.1 eonth; medicite. Saturday night; and after a consultation :Mason Monday, and was exonerated
.1'', ; : dew ,the governor gave out an, Interview the court deciding that the officer was CONSTIFATIOM, DYRPKF. x
..,. in which he contrasted the Justified under the conditions In QmCKLY CURES SIA MALARIA.CIifLL8 and J ", .
ialt ter.. course pursued by the state with that shooting the man.-GalnesTllle Sun. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by>>
ill! 9 erk-tax collector ot taken:by the Southern railway in gong 'I TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD.' One b Ul. pur-

36s.-, *M rested 4 few days into.the. federal courts to set asidean AQ The World S cfaa .d today may save you a sick spell tomorrow.' ..

.- *\st eaabeaung funds act 'of the legislature instead of knows that Ballard's Snow Linimenthas >

,ar ": tth cashing false carrying upon an appeal from the no superior for Rheumatism. CURED ALL j

Lion today t>eH state courts as it might do. In conclusion Stiff Joints, Cuts Sprains, Lumbagoand Mrs.W.A.WhitewelU Emory Tes.. ,-.
... r and was held ,the governor said, he would all pains. Buy IV.try It and you writes: "MychDdhadchillaawireTC* g,
of :
to will always use 1C Any body who to fowr yeass. We tried all
trIJIItI. of $250 for his afford every means in his power medicines and fiaallTaa ae j afaUae of -.
in the criminal give effect to the Judgments of the, has used Ballard's Snow Liniment is mine recommended H ebI.. W wed ".
state:courts In matters arising under a living proof of what It does. All three bottle, and the.child is BOW combletehrcurwi. 'I
II. we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. Yea haft mypennMdM ..
lhne the rte.ct.. I cheer- '
has been bush thin testimonial. a.
frond. I Prig:, 25c, 50c and $1.00. Suwaa- fnlJV recommend Sabina to all mothers t
The prof dw ..mbae-" I
Co. dUde4 '
nee Drug h. children .
One of the days we remember with nl j
the town BBAIURD &
of GET TK 6i
Sic _
WilE ;;
with profit to
leisure, as well as
by '
Attorney is the naturalization Gl.
d our health. Is. the one on which we SRSW :
that in the ,
when resume citizenshipIn .
charged you S A.tfHM
l became acquainted with Dr. King'sNew ST. LOUB V.

here that Life Pills the painless purifiers bachelor-land. W A ,-'
sp ii. warrant
iatcnre_ headache and biliousness. BY
hln :withmss.Miami is the kind that SOLD AND,RECOMMCNDED
The best religion
and keep the bowels ii.gh4 25e. at
1\ helps the most people over the most Drug Company.
Barclay, :& Groover's Drug Store. Suwannee
.dwc rough places in life.

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Nasaae WuJ .4"'I! -
THE REAL OBlECr S. : A deputy sheriff
r- UVEOAOilLVMKOCiUT : : for tIme IB ,' .
criticism of county who was "out a ,. t
There has been much Iitssi.e:
P i :
the carried _
: Jacksonville other night: r -One of
: .*, = Published every Afternoon a rather scornful.toldJ'OQtO" Ws4Wr. Fawns'A....Vt
, : : r-" Except Sunday. *. hta tgun" with:hit %and In tie courseo IlsUon1 wIn

I II _. :.. ---::S character because Uw*. 'editors summoned -! \ tire IneVilableVow' that followed -Louisville, Ky-.Jaly JI.-CoL.Will theesakMhet

.:. .GHAS..... W- IRVTN. Editor and'Wg. 'r.. as witnesses before the committee he.discharged ,the.:weapon: fortunata- S. Hayes the reteraa river' editor of 'wow' _

j- at Tallahassee investigating I ljr hItting no one, Oa tie trial his the CJ: Caurier-Joara, ssg-writer. sad tars. Why sash

': Botered .at; the Postoffice. Live Oak the records cf the Board of Internal attorney Insisted that as a State official poet died here today of vertigo, on
: *'Florlc'u Second Class Mail Matte I theyet
.*** didnt know anything he had a ,right to carry a caused by a.stroke,of paralysis, suffered nala tesi =
,. November T. 1$05.LIYBOU Improvement I >
r- after they sot there. They didnt !pistol, but Judge Wright promptly la the Iroquois theater: In read, these 'j,
in I turned down. that defence and fined Chicago December SO, 1603. He was them by mating
seem to be able to make good I i fe t
; Tie PDBLISHIIG COXPUT. revealing the details of all the alleged I the deputy 1100. Our officers electedto 70 years old. Col. Hayes always ptrUce 5

s graft and corruption of which preserve the peace and set the claimed the authorship of the original and manag, "

j. 4 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be much In example of obedience to law, would words of "Diz1e"and that he was n,
we hare heard si a vague sss
.(.' .states mailed:pastage to any part prepaid of the for United$5.00 indefinite kind of way in the public .be veritable terrors to law-abiding responsible for the \arrangement to distort, ia gyij

-. i and the champions of the people if they could pull their guns the music. CoL Hayes most famous if U did cot-a*.
per year; 12.50 for six months; prints '
i ? 11.25 for three months,or 50 cents board are scornfully hilarious in con- when and where the7'pleased., shootat song was ''Molly Darling the sates in mosey is w olirt

: tor five weeks in advance. Delivered eqaene For our part we chargedno pleasure In settling: their little personal of which: reached 2,000,000 copies In pay. Oa toe s.

',. to any part of the city by graft nor corruption and had no and unofficial difficulties and Europe and America. Is m terrible loss-.4

r' ',.: carrier, .for ,10 cents per week.- j knowledge of anything of that kind then go free of all punishment as a science, of iaaabcs,

but we were very much opposed t9> the privileged class because forsooth Prominent Alabama Town Goes Dry. truth and ho&ocrNo. -

t r- -., The late Mayor Bliss, of Pensacola.: extraordinary powers claimed by this they were officers and had a right to Troy. Ala. July 23.-By an overwhelming it wo l4 sot

. c was a man of much energy aad force board, and which made it In effect a carry arms The very men of all ma rlty."Troy went on the degraded, sores seaid

T of .character and. strong c avicUons.x distinct department of the government others to be most careful_ In the use water wagon voting to close the dispensary in dollars and cstS j

x Such.a man always makes enemies responsible only to itself for its of deadly weapons should be these and prohibit the sale. ,of the readers of sash

. and Mr.. Bliss -had plenty of them. conduct. The Tampa Tribune doubtless same officers and the public safety liquor In the corporate limits of thePike magaxIaeC the ,

other in requires that they should be held to county capital. than the tempts 8
But he had a way of "doing things"and speaks for many papers g
k. 'of not permitting himself to bediverted Florida as well as itself in printingits the strictest accountability in such The pr-position, to Increase the profitable to do*wrIs

r from his by hostile view of the case as follows: matters, and made to clearly under- taxes of Ue to..n.1n order to replenish than he who does h
-It must be borne in mind that the stand that they can no more violate the exchequer for the amount offered, they tit ** ,
i a criticisms and abuse that made himvery '
Tribune's stand has not. been that the law with impunity than other men formerly taken in by the dispensarywas to swell the isle fed s
useful to his city in an executive
can. An officer of the law unnecessarily defeated and Troy's citizens are or morally
capacity* Pensatola has sustained a there was any graft or stealing goingon C9av2st4by sl
lathe operating of the board but flourishing a pistol Is a most at a loss to know where the money lies stirring 19 e*j
serious loss In the death of her mayor
Its adverse criticism has been basedon nnheroic spectacle. will be secured on which to operatethe people or doing a Tho
. and It will not be easy to find a saccessor
the fact that no state should tol- city-government. or section wroag ]
who will to him in
- measure up
that he will
! all erate the existence'of any board possessing General says W. B. Folmar the prohibition can patrons are worn tine
absolutely autocratic power make the first speech In his campaignfor didate for mayor Wan !elected Over tat who gets 19 lack gs

.. Joe'B&Uer. of Texas. once "the not responsible to anyone but to It- governor, at, Oeala on September his opponent. H. N. White, by a ma- making clean deed
". 1%. He is rosy, smiling and confident
rose and expectancy 'of the South as self. We were especially' concerned jority of 146 votes.Dohlman such as Is fret tram
that Hudson Burr Is the only
says difficult. And
a brilliant presidential possibility, has over the unparalleled effort made by candidate too it
dropped from towering prominence Governor Broward last year to fur- certainly announced; Acquitted. thus foster lb. ps4s f
f against him thus tar but-he expects
il.i to such obscurity since he got tangled ther extend the power of this board Orlando. July 23. The trial of sale calumny art atmfejj
lot more and will welcome them
t up with the Standard Oil crowd, that and to fasten it. Indenflitely "as a Charles Dohlman for murder took es and la good staaSst,

his came Is never seen now in the burthen upon the people of the state all to the ,grand tourney. General place ,here today. Judge Stewart ofDeLane The man who lass &]
Gilchrist wants that plum at Tallahassee -
papers. However we did. notice a by giving it a constitutional existence !. was upon the bench for the of consc'enct kit ta k&1 s0

fugitive paragraph the other day In i -embodying it as one of the provisions and! he "wants It bad and reas-n that Judge Beggs hadbeen In- to the receipts of t&*
wants everybody to know that he
some paper that he was booked for: of the basic laws of the state of terested In the case. The Jury was He will eschew any se,
wants it bad. That kind of maD.backed' ,
a speech, at a county Confederate Florida. This we most certainly did out only forty-five minutes, had re- due which prints sit
\ brains anda *
gathering somewhere in Texu.BalI87'a condemn in most unmeasured terms. turned a verdict of ""not'&uniY.- pages of peonage !! long purse for campaign expenses lies scandals and tkf
There was no excuse for It; there was ,
melancholy fate should be awarDIng state was represented by Solicitor T.
ts a foeman to be4 dreaded ind"Bro.Burr .
tended f Jr eoadtet
ta all rising young statesmen no precedent for it. It was the open- P. Warlow, and the defense by W. < a
will have to after him with
to avoid the ,plutocratic "posh" Ing of an opportunity .for. the mart than go L. Palmer of this city and CoL Bob the passions of asa* Slit

and carefully refrain from getting stupendous graft should its affairs something better ..pot metal be- Davis of Tampa. does so, he Is a> new a*

rich too'eddeu17'on a congressional ever fall under the control of corruptmen fore he heads_him off. Charles Dohlman was charged with -ciety as any rags, It

himself consdeaetfcM
salary. .- killing his step-father!' Mr. Whoelkle

TELEGRAPH NEWS NOTES.Long ab nt a :year ago. Whoelkle was an The Live Oak Dwawii!

I Georgia has a session of her legislature The doctrine of States Rights was Automobile Ride.. habitual drunkard and on returning meats on one ot&* fctaU

,:' every year. Florida every two In very bad repute throughout the From Tampa: to Duluth Minn., by to his home a few miles out of Orlando these snaitlTit of Oa i

> years, and Alabama every four years Northern states Just after Appomatoxand automobile!\n one day less than one last fall he attacked his wife whole people:

., and even at that the latter state pro- for long years following and month is the remarkable recordmade and would probably have killed her. "Some days aa tesasM

bably has twice as many laws as she many good souls who had been stuff by Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bachman Bad not her""son, Dohlman taken her were sent cut aa: ever

t' has any real necessity for. A long in- ed.with education on one side of the of Bradentown who this morning: part. were sent out sB s? tin?

s.. terval between sessions good policy subject only and didn't really suspect wired W. E. H1X n. the"automobile Before the fight was over Whoelkle from Atlanta to tit tSdtf

because of the opportunity It gives to that there was another side man of this city that they had Jus received his death blow, but Insteadof pie of Georgia were wrf\

; '> thoroughly "try out"a tow'and det.1 .,.- held the very phrase itself to be arrived at that point after a very at once reporting the affair to the cause a party of errs 1 *!

mine its worth or worthlessness. synonymous with treason and rebel- going over tat reate dId i
pleasant journey. authorities the son and mother pre-
lion. But the discredited doc march to stud!It U Mi
remark Is not original and Is In fact long
Tl e telegram states that two punctured tended the old man had died a na-
: a whiskered chestnut, but what this trine Is beginning to look up and to t'resconstituted the only uu tural death and but for the suspicionof son in the art of .rte !t n

:.t country really needs Is the enforcement be quoted with approval in strange a stupid and sHy fctefeae*
t ward Incident of the long trip and the neighbors. It would have gone
of the laws It quarters. A Republican candidatefor officers say ttat the t
now ham. that Uerewas no engine trouble that way But the neighbors notifiedthe
President of the United States tttm*&*sa3E]
not the making of new one, whatever ,Considering that all sortsof sheriff and coroner and the young route treated
fl" unless some miraculous genius could Mr. Knox. of Pennsylvania, talks pltality and assets ft1
roads and all sorts of weather had man was arrested and bound over
to relief and show how about the reserved rights of the to Identify the pods <
come our us to be encountered the freedom from to await a term of court. The pleaof
to make, law that states and the "grant of power" to the old battltfltlds. l
a new -just one-- accidents on this trip is even more re- self-defense was easily proven and

;; would enable us to enforce the old the General Government by the constitution markable than the time made. the Jury returned a verdict accordingly. be some legal way is tetd s
a. almost he hall 5! sad
on.. as though less degenerates
Mr. and Mrs. Bachman left Tampa .
been reading the speeches of John (:. slanderous 1'es r+
June 20 in a Franklin "D" touringcar. --
= While Governor Broward Is absent. ,Calhoun as his disciple; and all over whole people inertly wa-*
From the
of Flor-
orange groves Mysterious Disappearance. .*
North selecting furniture for the the North from Republican and -stria tIt. |
up press ida to the shores of Lake Superior In make a good
new executive mansion at Tallahassee politicians alike not committed to less than a, month Is autoing extraordinary (Brooksville Argus.) by the paper prtatlsjelals. "*

he should take a run up to the Roosevelt-Root theory of govern Some excitement was created In .' "
; and it is doubtful if a better .1Ji'
Albany New York and appeal to meat comes notes of warning and recordedIn town last Sunday afternoon by a me- The Democrat seems
or quicker trip was ever
f. Governor Hughes' as a brother governor voices of,protest against the tendencyof this country.-Tampa Tribune. sage'from Mrs. Wilson living north- righteous anger la Of *

;r. with no prejudices in the ease. the President to break down the east of town that her husband had graph at these: who *" 1ft*l

-to give him some deep disinterested lines defining the rights of the state SANTA ROSA NOT WET. disappeared causing her great dis- Ingness to sen their '"W'"

advice. We refer to the case of one 'The logic of events is suggesting to tress of mind with the fear that some money It should loOt

: Mr. Cooper down in Arcadia JaiL a good many people up in that partof First Returns Misleading-Probably disaster had befallen him. He had the managers sad dill e j

: who is having the time of his life the country that perhaps the MiltonDry by Good Majority. gone in the morning to his field to those sheets and atQ't

boarding at public expense and nothing South didn't go to war. after all. Fla.. July 23.-(11:30 ... repair the fence where cattle had make slander p&1-U1

: to do. although under conviction merely "to keep the niggers in slavery m.)The latest available figures been getting In, Intending to return such newspapers aH 5 iTallab *

r' of murder and sentence of death fort and that ,there was a very partly official and. it is believed, authentic in a few minutes. -*
He failed to return -
" "years past and with no appeal pending valuable principle hidden somewherein In all details show for 8 polls and Mrs. Wilson late In the ,.. y

;: ;.nor even an application for par the contention we fought for. a lead of 39 for prohibition in this afternoon sent word as above. Tallahassee. Jal1 :

don.' No advice in Florida offered to county with two so-called "wet"* pollsto A number of that President Roost***
1 gentlemen went out 4
.> the Governor can resolve his doubts The Memphis C&mmercial Appeal be heard from and with 11 more to his place and searched the fields Ing the appc1Atmni .feral

f; or move him to action and because complains that the word "Southland"is I practically certain "dry" polls to probably and woods all about his home. They Settle of AsbeTWa % C !
It is and it I swell the present lead into what **
we would like to see the criminal being overworked. continued the Jndgetolp. Z5
: search Into the night "
law of our state rescued from the ought; to be put on the retired list Is believed will be a majority of about and next morning but death of Jndfe S.-
<' could find no
ridiculous plight of pitiful impotence without delay. The plain sensible, 150 for the whole county in favor of trace of him or clue by which they following protest fad Of

I: In which,the Cooper case has placedIt and fully suggestive word "South" prohibition In Santa Rosa. could locate or find out what had become office: sr.
the much better. The hot fight here resulted in f1.. :
'we suggest that Governor Broward serves purpose very a l of him. He has not been found "Tallahassee '
t>' take advice from the level "Southland" is effeminate and gush- majority of 5 for the wets and Mulat Hon. Theodore EO"

.:. headed legal-minded }lr. Hughes who Ing, made to be lisped In the soft did the same. Bagdad offset these yet.This mysterious disappearance has Oyster Bay Ke* Tort

; has large common sense decision of accents of the "sweet girl graduate" ten ,votes and Milligan ,gave enough caused much comment. Some "In the absence cf ""

: character and an Intense purpose to 'and to the literature of that charm and 14 to spare against Pea Ridge's the opInlDn that he has abandonedhis express and In behalf of the s e

Io=' enforce the. law and bring criminals tag creature. from whence it sprang 9 and Wallace's 2 In favor of liquor. family; others have entertainedmore of Florida, I lmPlt

f a to"justice. Lay the ease fully before it should be promptly returned and Spring Hill also gave 2 majority for charitable views the hnmillatloa w)fck' '"

f.:: .' him. Governor, and his fresh, .unwearied there rigidly confined. A virile people liquor but Corn Hill according to Mrs. Wilson has, .three children If the vacant jud h
' "' virile words In 'des- supposedly authentic though unofficial sboa14)t'-.r
.: thought brought to Its solution should use boys by her first husband. ern district

may prove an X-ray to reveal cribing a virile subject Leave"Southland" advices returned 28 majority : pointment of stns

i" to the provincial poeti for prohibition thus making five wet .
Innocence of the
the'hidden guilt or DeWltt's Little Earlr Risers, Small borders. .
t man and enable you with good grace and the youthful essayists struggling and three dry polls.glve a lead of 39 sure. safe pills. Sold'.b7 UTe Oak "D3.'h'IZIa

:: throes of early composition. for a dry *o .nty. '
him turn him loose. in the Drug Store.' :
f<:"'. r'. to either hang .._ : \ t : d.w. ,,1
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..-....... :c.aoWN; :,'AND :. BJUOO& designed for critical snokers.
wsncw.TIES. Those who Equipped for repairing and
appreciate a wen storing ;

Ii BROOKE, macle ,cont ining the best 'Autos. A ,full .supply of Gasoline and -

t tobaccos, skillfully blended,find [ .Oils especially
the Huckleberry. .worth while for Gas Engines.
& sell the well known
.. Columbia bat-

r s ea... .e tb.sta. sp.. ii 1 (? LEE ROY MYERS CO.MAKERs tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs

Iv 'kept in stock. Exclusive agent for
.'i'' .ai roue Laos Savill
); ;- Vulcanizing Works,Jacksonville. -

WEST, Sample, of this work. can berseen here.
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,: sAsk your Cigar -rS \ "
-, Physician and Surgeon. ; _, io -x
Arenue. t u: JFOR LIVERY- V
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.- Proprietor
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Jf. in need of nice wall pa-.1 NOTICE

.fcHdt. H, PETTY, at 1-; ; f o Contractors and Prospective Builders: .. Round Trip Rates To .


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; ;. will furnish you your Lime, Cement ixeos
CHAS..,: f. TAYLOR, ; ; Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. JAMESTOWNVIA i. NJ -

| $ i ,OUR,SPECIALY: White Sand Lime J
rimtiNABY./, ; > .* Brick. Ask for prices. : _

..Jim .patronage-Office .' ', -> ATLANTIC COAST LANE RAILwAY

MBrfiWr Phone.(rings) 148 ; I: The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. ;f

< .. .. r. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. _. .. From LIVE OAK Florida
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'T:J.Practical LYLE We_ Sell Merchants Only $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stopovers

t within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. .'

'AND JEWELER ''Stock of $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale -'
X year**. experience. I Carry =J I I daily with, stopover

ioMQtf....Wftte&es&IWaysttsp. hand..:I d' t within limit of ticket. Good sleeper, .
Comet Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn, I $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop

: Headacfie Cure Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all j! over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper. I

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

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

lhle tit Word Pepsin" cils, Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper.
Two daily trains standard Pullman sleeper on morning and night
Bo&ele. bdigesilM, Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tofu and train, fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00. Consult PURPLE

ISth Matt, Berroaaess Wrigleys Chewing Gums |+I FOLDER. For further information and Pullman write to or call

Spot. |r on Frank C. ,Boyl-ton District Passenger Agent Atlantic Cost
; Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, I Line Jacksonville FJa.I _
ttwtetftlj Harmless
ati cMtTxa El. Bogador, Uncle Bill., f,
tx;>u to* ===!
Visiting Merchants I ,
r8 l* By Cordially invited -

a Qty Pharmacy to make our office their 'headquarters -
* > Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.
while in
*fl UYE OAK,FLA.e the city. t'.JIa ; ,

* OLD A. C. L.
I Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907.
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Live Oak Commission 1 wre r nor1ID z.".' "D
If 1 OitlGINAL Brokerage & Co. i....
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ea. rer. Pan. i'a.a. s.r a r Par

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Drib D.ib jSo.da1 Saadaf baits .;.
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GMe! Order For

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orwarded as49 1- 1!0 L. f!S
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Nos.. of party ordeei,i 4 s ] Mawr 11.
$ 4 410_ ,_ r ]
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and.addre. rf party Ar10 06 Apr tArP $Li ._..__,..Iiamptoa Spiaa...._ L. i L. a b; 4[o L. t la
w.N.e. **y Had *fOrd a : A.ri
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a+ rs ab. HI-'GIOK6IA- SCHOOL or TECHNOLOGY Is tetter I I'I F1R a: a Pasea Flt E l1t. Para rasst
coN'i T i .;t Par- Pass r r: ae= Ps.a Par. s r s r
I$aedasm.Ast. equipped sad organized la aO its departments
si tr..? a, Pietur. Po.t= thin ever before. Advanced: courses: in MecbaalOl Na i Ka!, Na 11. Nc.11. N.R Nu Dash lA Na ]t ae.Sns .
baits n 3andas
Mina as
MOHpt Of ,Qectrical Tixtlle, ttaia&u4 Civil ZDg't0Hr1D t. Sus On1s Outs Dabs

Company Ea laMiia Chemistry: 'tad ;Chemistry., Ixtauir A. K r. b]. A.M. P. M. A. M. P.K.. a.Y.. r. itL..w ,.
3 Ar' Arri. Aen' Aryl
tad new equipmeat of Shop,Mm, Uhoratorles etc. Lea. Lea' .
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Hew Library ad new Chemical LaJxmtay. Demand C!32 a 4 e6 10!03' 5 53....... .._...Fr.ri-------I{. T? =3 22
for SchooPs graduates much greater than the supply. a sc,. 3+. 10 15' C00.----_....... 7 li : 204 s a
.Ply pent:,salsa te&za Sept.ZS. Ar10 061Ar t 4aAID, 25 $ 15 .. ...._ r.Altoa L. ?0e L. lei L. la.i ie

for fflastraUd cafdotat.a4 infcnnaflon ddress f fIt Regular atop Connection made at Dovling Park for aU .train to and
s St r.o.. from Live Oak and Perry. For further information connections with other
.G.MATBESON makes connection atJLire tOak with alJ
Art ,A..LLD..PnsJ4. lines call on and ticket azent.\ Trains
Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.
vlw. JITLANTA.CA. J. LEE KXSIGX. President. R. HOPKINS Traffli laDaEeF
S.T. GKIMSHAW.-S1IPf'riRtHldeaLyr.

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Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Ni hts,1 2

LIVE OAK : : .., i .,- -' FLORIDA ..
L. M. HATTON, 4 G. S. STEPHENS, : 35-50c. Children &

President and, Proprietor PrincipalA I
snow BEGINS AT 8t5 Sf1W

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A sew A. 'EE RIVER SOLDIER. cess of every individual. the general in command of the army VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE KmtDOWLINQ

Lesson of the Soldier. rode up. He hack been a witness to

His Heroic Death in Battle Told by Further along in his address Mr. the scene and the,valor of the country -

Colorado- Banker, Brother of Hemming pointed out that the lesson boy. He dismounted, lifted his PA1W

Our Live Oak A. D. Hem of the soldier's heroism and fidelity hat and shook, $e boy's hand; 1

ming.TimesUnion.. applies to all. Along this Hoe he could,not hear, :but I saw. Soon the
( .) said: fiery blast of the battle broke uponus

Many Jacksonville pe.pie. are acquainted : "A "brave and true soldier consecrates again. We fought at the angle

,with Mr. Charles; C. Hemming his life to the cause he espouses where I was until none but three Mineral :Springs. Hotel and C

I formerly of this city 1ih: -I snow I and dies before he will betray were left, and in our:dash to escape .
a citizen of Colorado and !s I or desert it,, leaving behind a monument one was shot down and two were piia i HOT AND CCHD BATHS UNSURPASSED. -WOO TABLE. 6980 MS&
president of the Colorado Bankers'Auoc to truth and Hdelityimperlehabie oners. It was dark as we came back
Uon. and will be InterestedIn l Just so with every man, along the line where our, regimenthad -
an address recently delivered by i who properly appreciates the weightof been engaged; It. was bent 'back Lcuos

him at the annual meeting of the as- great responsibilities. He stands with the dead men'like a full strung
s elation at Fort Collins Col, like a sentinel over the trust placed bow; at the center' and' well to the ADDRESS PORK ftOIEU DOWLING PflRK. FLORID '

:Mr Hemming is the donor of the I in his keeping and will be faithful front the young hero lay. '

tandsome monument that ornaments I and vigilant to the end. firm against "The red blood flowing from his.manly hear from yon with subscriptionsrand sold. and weiMfetoop J

Hemming park in this city. The I all temptation and against any allurement breast words of encouragement. peel Santa Eos*eoaif to 9%

monument ig a memorial the Soldiers which may lead him away And the smile i/on his sweet young Sincerely yours, week.

of the Confederacy was presented from the path of duty. He is the face. TOM P'. McBEATH: Editor. It may be hari on Mfcis

to the city % Jacksonville by grandest type of the true and noble Which the last sunbeam caressed an unnecessary step.HP*

'i Mr. Hemming who served throughout when he can place the high conception Answered the ,rest. Passing of the Bar Room. in whom temperuwBi salJa

Ito war between the states in the and lofty demand upon the re- "These unite happily ca Of Cd!
come now (Pensacola JournaL)
Confederate quirements expected of him. "..
army of "the one too Baar
And linger with .me till yet,
The rapidity of evolution of pub-
"I always such to
compare a man
A Banker's rsefuluess.In -
I Enshrined of the prohibit sand
his address at the meeting of the brave and fearless soldier. I my !heart indelibly set. t lic sentiment U curious to watch. passive es3I lId*
| That face and that smile '
had comrade who dIed the Hardly any one now recalls the late
the Colorado Bankers Association a once on Is lB8>
I can never forget. the barroom sway f
Mr. Hemming paid the follow'ng tribute field of battle a young country boy, "Such I Jerry Simpson aa radical and ex- fag, and that dsspR *.
to &e .usefulness of a banker it whose tome was near by the Suwannee valor such courage and Senator Feffer'ls quoted as declaring provoked by Carrto UIIa"

a community river an humble home festooned such fidelity! Comrades, shall. we I that Roosevelt is a populist after his wild extremists th ).**
not, also 'be as true to the
"A banter If he la the ,right man with grey mosses which hung from trust own .heart are growing. more **i _Ion
to Inspire your confidence* is greatly the low hanging branches.of the oak placed in us? eu.lted.J It is only a few rears ago that to the retaq li
more'useful to your community: than and the magnolia a place where talk of prohibition was to arouse ditpI5M***
be easily
To the Teachers can
you at a glance would give him credit angels rested' the abode of a Spar- and School Officer Southern ire, over "gross interference prcfeftB* e *
Of Florida. er prohibition
for. By the acceptance of deposits, tan mother. Te battle was on-ten. I with private rights." The cocktail lessens the uteat at *sr

he brings out the idle funds in your yes, fifteen to one Just at the spot For fourteen years I baTe given and mint julep and that queenof puts it into a PUt 1WfP' b

city and districts put the same In where we met the charge. The brave freely of my time and labor In effortto subtle beguilement the Virginia public sight, and lessees"*

circulation through loans and ac- men who bore the old flag, the dear maintain a creditable school journal 1 toddy, not to mention the more re- !mot tit
unities for y\}aa<
ccmm datioos to ttose who need help old fag we love.BO much, came sweep- fir the teachers of Florida. This cent "Mamie Taylor." and the sooth- w11d.sin -
dieted to a ears
. for tte: purpose of establishing some Ing up the slopes upon us. We baa been with me entirely a labor of I Ing, "Sea-gull," protested in their its incepfo 10 I"***.

. enterprise of otherwise: and in add- fought until the .earth sh:'ok. we, love and hope; for while the Exponent I poesy against the overthrow of the develops aE
ant in its
tloa to this be not only furnishes fought until the very mountains nearby -i has always paid the actual expense traditions cf the olden days of ro when became arm h ti 1

you a safe place to keep your funds." trembled. The sky bung with the of publication, the time and mance. rAnd tH .*...'

if he Is a conservative banker, but clouds, that came from cannon and labor put upon it have been my contribution yet today, we find the prohftbltlon men have either Ht ***..
to .
he does your bookkeep'ng as well: shell and musket and the shouts of to the cause of education sentiment ong, widespread will power of IM-*
tfI- the clasp
'-1 and when he returns :your checks men engaged, rose high above the cheerfully given It is true but none I|strengthening and growing wider and ,when
canceled at the end of jbe month he terrific tumult of the awful battle. the less a considerable burden for all I wider. r.i1.s practically certainof on their souls.

gives to yon receipt for every debt All at once a puff of wind drove o2 that. prohibition. Alabama, by its proposed V

you have paid by means of your 'ao the mantle of smoke, which made it Among the four thousand teachers! non-shipment law which baa trusted S ice a

e-nut with him. Not only is he responsible Impossible to see but a few feet away.. and school officers of Florida, it passed b"h lous's, and its early closing --1 sadectt5M! l dBInks

as I said for your cash I looked and saw our thin lines wavering seems to me there ought to be found in "wet" t-was is all but on a frfM01

tut every time you make a deposit heard the cry. "Men. for God's enough educational interest and prohibition basis. Louisiana is dot- kicked on ***
fin. your bank you indirectly and materially sake, don't give up the field!" That State pride to support liberally a ted from end to end with five mile Djak -T s. be

help everybody in the com country boy. my comrade was the creditable educational Journal. While I circles with school houses as the wiches f r Ianch e'wfweek.PhilS4ShI0s L

munity of which you are a part and color-bearer. For a second only I the Exponent Is accorded by the educational 1 centers in which liquor can not be TpACEWtSWANTED
member. bad t'me to look-the colors wentto press of America a place

. The banker in his turn acquaints the front, I beard the cheer the i among the leading educational Journals ;

1\. h'mself with your personal as well as yell. which we answered back from .: of tbe country, and is today the :?
financial standing. He knows for the right as we drove them down the most widely quoted educational

what you borrow money and bow you hill. Our line was unbroken but periodical published It is by no

will use it, and he with proper discretion nly for a moment-'twas bracingitself : means what I think it ought to be, _

decides the amount to be to meet the fury of the storm. and what I could make it with .amore Tip-Top Contracts forL

loaned. He makes a careful recordof "Men faced men of the same metal I liberal support. I am willing

your assets, and not only this, but Steel met steel unbent to put into its maintainance and Im- MENRENEWAL

" acquaints himself with your dally Breast to breast brother to brother provement every dollar It brings In

S habits and your relations as well to Fathered by the same father; but I can not promise to do more. #
your family. A man wh"se relations I i Mothered by the same mother; Will you not, teachers and school officers -
Is My God! of Florida, jaotne to Maaac'R
are not of the proper character my assistance i. P. Address-CECH. W1LLCOX,
carefuL financier "It was only a lull in the cyclone and h lp'me8to give to our ?
discountenanced by a
for the wife and the children only a gathering of the strength cf State'and its teachers ,such a school The Mutual Life hswaiceJacksonville. of Nef

. are important factors In the life suc the 'avalanche; but In that moment journals as they. deserve?. Let me .. .


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