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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33273861
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pier, of Taylor, and Mr, .. Frank Albright Came Home Drunk* '

of Orange, Went to Ran .Family Away Except Mother; '

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hiay 14A. "nambeImarked IS. Anger-
Huntsville Ala. May
the first day ol;
ed because her son-in-law. Frank Al- -

?. reek's session of the ( bright, had come home drunk and

several passing the house family from home by
the away
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run
and the senate In the I. i. his violent actions Mrs. Mattie Con-

|"eder walTer of roles, the him =
: ,;, nally killed the man by shooting
local nature
bills of a drunken -
s IB with a shotgun as he lay in a

fry the senator or repre- I :;' stupor on his bed.
county or city afiooagst j
tram the The ,tragedy occurred in Marysvllle
others were amend securedby a
Saturday and on the evidence

|tie charter of Jacksonville the coroner's Jury. Mrs. Connally

10 the board of bond trustees has been lodged in jail and Charlie

7 of Jacksonville, which Chadrlck a 16-year-old boy has

'by Mr. Farris and been put in jail as an accessory.

i houses. Senator Buck- Albright was a merchant, about 30
the muniftt .. ( )
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incorporating rears old. He was drunk In Hunts-

South Jacksonville passed rule and when he went home he was -

Sir. Lasslter's bill incor- .
\ riolent.
the town of Vernon in 4. / His wife and children fled but'the

county passed both mother-in-law remained and sent

suspension and Mr. home 'for
Chadrlck to a neighbor's

7fcrase bill validating a bond ammunition with which she killed

torn of Tarpon Springs '
I tie the drunken man. -

i senate. Mrs. Connaly is 45 years of age. is -

r Crane introduced abill iivorced from her husband and is ,

f'the municipality of Fort $ the mother of eleven children.

fch passed the senate un- a Pd 1D a FORe DOtt
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TU has already been in tAC1cENS. NEW YORK EXCHANGE CASE.

gushed by the passage of i

both"houses Saturday Arguments Heard In Suit Brought by

the greater portion of this From Puck. Copyrighted, 1907. By p.rml *ion. Theodore: Price.
to the city of Tampa,
New York May .Argumentsn
in rain for years
( strlyed .
_
NewYork
against the
tlra troublesome neighbor, the suit brought

i fee ,,met with opposition Carter: of Alachua. will present in its SUWANNEE HIGH t.SCHOOL.nteetafrthegengtcn Circuit Court Proceedings. Price exchange with afew by to Theodore correcting alleged H.-

mailer municipality which place a number of amendments to Circuit court grinds ahead will administration
abuses Inthe
,
the measures proposed. This the present, ,primary law, which will and Hill but little break-the monotony.The and rulings ot the' exchange .were
ofot '
.uc4mre4,Jerritory incorporate the featufes of -the "Watson man Medals' -BeHeldutt: the '., docket is small 'and 'the eases of but made today before: Charles Eel Hush-

the debt already in- bill upon which" there was not Auditorium Friday Night little Importance thus 'far disposed' sitting referee Henry W. 9

the city of Tampa, it,is not much disagreement and omitting the of. more at.a
behalf of the ex-
of Suwannee Taft appeared on
exercises
mere that the opposition will Closing
most objectionable all its features Yesterday afternoon the session -
School will begin with a con change while the plaintiff was represented ,
the
part of the Fort High
109 the one permitting inspectors to prepare was taken up with the civil case in William M. Ivlns. Mr.
and Hillman by
there Capt. John T. Les- ballots for those unable to read test for the Helvenston which Porter Malard Company were declared that
medals Friday night. May 17. The Taft in his argument
as mayor for nearly sufficiently well to perform that service plaintiffs vs. J. E. Davis and E. C. actionIn
for
an
Helvenston medal will be awarded Mr. Price had no ground
rt.i themselves. Home as defendants assumpsit. The
for
that the exchange -
in for the best recitation by any girt equity. He asserted
debate was precipitated in the verdict was for the defendant as referred -
After a long discussion The Hillman medal is awarded to the has no actual duty as regards
) jstrday morning bj the and for the
C. Home
to E.
and '
in the morning of the exchange -
house beginning boys for the best declamation. The Mr. Price is not a member
of a resolution by Mr. to J. E. Davis. The verdict
well in the afternoon plaintiff as, Into con-
lasting until to all the school and had entered a
contest was open
cambia,, providing that find in
the
read: "We jury
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the Reese bill providing for regulat- and all who wished Centered in the tract with ,it, the exact provisions of
i chairmen shall not permit J
favor of the plaintiff as against
the sale of goods in bulk by re- known and acquainted inby
ing contests held In the separate which are
ff o oat of their possession preliminary E. Davis and assess damages at
tailers without notice being given night every the plaintiff. For the plantlff Mr.
Friday
t back to the house, and the I rooms. $333.20 and Interest at legal rate
their creditors was passed on to i in school will be represented.The Ivins argued that in view of the con-
the not room
bill clerk shall from the commencement of this suit.Thls'mornlng's .
from engrossing committee by a vote of 42 music for the occasion will be tract he holds with the exchange, Mr.
jtbem to bs removed the !I .
[ has been
Carter of Alachua leading session right to fair and
to 14. Mr. furnished by the Fifth City Brass Price has a Igeal
nt a vote of the house. Mr.
the the fight against the bill seconded I Quartette. All who are Interestedare taken up entirely by the case of M. upright treatment even though the J

i strongly opposed by Mr. Faulkner of Taylor. Mr.I IRee invited to come. The Auditoriumwill I. Swailes, against the Atlantic Coast privilege of actual membership is not 1
the '
that it
contending was
."Mr. Farris and Mr. Abernethy I thousand. Line Railway suit for damages. The extended to him. He declared that .t
seat one
I t he people of Florida to get '
defended it and after numerous Sunday. May 19. the school reli- plaintiff is represented by Roberson he cotton exchange Is undertaking a I
Information desired
they amendments were offered with vary gious services will be held in the and Small and the defendant com- pUblic duty and that its responsibility .'-
before and
es the house, ing degrees of success the bill was Auditorium. These services are In- pany by its attorneys. The contests should be commensurate with its

\J that his the action resolution in was in- ordered engrossed.The t' tended to be union services all the I betwen the attorneys over various transactions. Some of its practices I t
allowing abe raised have been very interesting -
points unlawful and corrupt
made house adjourned with Mr. pettigrew's children and all the people attend-- however are 1
Mr. Reese's antl-
of the ground being hard foughtand conclusion of i
the
for'the votersof will be preached he asserted. At
bill providing The sermon
' WTnkh. ing.
; the author had r*. the case is drawing out in to an that both f
a Itoio municipalities to amend their the Rev. E. W. Way of Fernan- arguments it was agreed
,, Mr. Reese by
in
replythate and probably longer.Nearly I
all day session should sub
of 25 splendid ser- sides to the controversy
local charters upon petition dina. We anticipate a
resolution was not i
majority of the for this service will all civil cases on the docket mit briefs on Thursday next The
music
The
to: prevent one froma per cent ratified by a i vice. J
any before this term of court are dismiss the complaint un-
Efird. to
or of Mrs. now motion
special direction
f o,y of a bill, as it proOat voters in the ,following be under the I' .4
I any member could with- general election after an amendmenthad The grading exercises on Monday of minor importance and the majority i der advisement. The referee's decision -

of school to be cases against some will be announced at another 11
and adopted 20 will close the appear
Me temporarily from the files been submitted night May .
at- one of the railway companies enter- set for Monday. :
requiring two- should certainly hearing
Rowe of Madison Ever one
meat of, the house and Mr. year.

that bills had been i thirds vote to ratify the amendments.Mr. tend these exercises. The businessmen Ing here.A 1t
of out special venire has been sum- PRESIDENTS TRIP SOUTH.Will .
Matthews should come
Mr the town
ty either MacWllllams } of :
; part of the state
Mr. Parkinson Mr. Petti- and show their interest in those who moned for the McCall case tomor-
iThlle before Marion
the
house Mr. The row and when this comes on to be Be,Impossible to Accept New
Citrus and school to graduation.
of
Mr. Knight stay in
eon.s1dered grew.
a very Impro- the bill, evening is Hon. S. M. heard more Interest will probably betaken I. Orleans Invitation. J
"w dMng giaesa.. The re- Farris spoke in favor of speaker for the t
:
Mr. Malone of Those who know Con- in the proceedings 13.-President
I May
}e explained, was for the which was opposed by Sparkman. likely Washington
will
The Jury very
grand
will .
modified say that he find it convenient -
-s& Monroe .and supported in a gressman Sparkman Roosevelt will not
Protecting the bills as and
tomorrow
its labors by fa and Mr. Knightof full of common sense complete New Orleans next October
speech to
Rowe
are by Mr. :give us a to go
-.......... Protected In the offices, manner medals will the term of court will be one of the
house The attends a deep a
eleIk ja the Columbia. It was before the and rich in thought. In the event that he
state. The t time .
held here for some
I L. E. Robinson shortest at
taken. Messrs. convention in Memphis ,
wu Ion, 22 to 25. when adjournment was be awarded by aterways t
the J. Carter and F. W. Butler.All that time. Word to this effect has .;J
oezUtntfonal passed I.
amendment:! The house this morning Tom Townsend returned to Law-
talks
eFedci feats in the house f 01 bill by Mr. Knight of Columbia by,a will be delighted with the this morning. been sent to President Albert Cod- !

both on the subject oi. vote of 42 to 14. amending the char- made by these gentlemen. tey chaux of the New Orleans Progressive ;

'The One introduced bj ter of the'Stetson University about whether It should years for the Florida state mid- win Union who Invited the president {

'fend,bf Orange, forbidding which so much has been heard re- ccmendattons as to prosecuted, though ter fair at Tampa was. upon motion to come to New Orleans with a view
should not be expressing his views on the proposed
or
or sale of liquors ii cently. The same bill by Mr. is clearly In of his colleague Mr. Decker made a to
of the report to be held there In
the tenor exposition
-fit to the engrossinE Humphries was killed in the senate the work and special order in the house for Wednesday -
continuing of the
host objection. and th Saturday and should this one become favor of to set at rest afternoon, and on motion of 1915 to celebrate the opening
sofa the report would seem i canal. Mr. Roosevelt has
on third reading. Thot a law it will not be effective mismanagement in the Mr. Richbourg. his bill making an ap Panama t
all charges of been suggested as director general of
:rsmner majority of the the West Florida fail
Taylor,, unless ratified by a by the propriation for
conduct of the operations this affair. At the White House Itwas
: t5- Prohibition, wai trustees of the institution.The Improvement at DeFuniak Springs was made a
trustees of the Internal said that it is not certain the
!e1; similar to the Joint committee appointedto :I of Pasco was special order for the same time.
McCutcheon.
Fund. Mr. resident will go to Memphis.
'daent la the house Inspect the drainage operationsin the committee and Mr. The senate passed to third reading 1 i

4 5f bad& withdrew hiWU the Everglades reported In chairman of eleventh secretary.Mr. the substitute for senate bill No. 50,. :
of the of Jacksonville was
Crane, Ned Emory
'which had been yesterday commending the manner both by Mr. Trammell, providing
an ap-
bill making
Dudley's ere-today, en route to Perry. :
'' Ltbe b0ese after be- which the work has been carried,on. propriation of $15,000 yearly,tor two: state aid for public schools.

reading, aaa Mr, and refraining from making any refs -

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I I"I've t i Victor Emmanuel's collection of 1 Florida. He is ably assisted by a contains many handsome half-tone Il the head of "F:tht Lei

His Wife. of his country amounts I, large number of department editors, lustrations. It Is a publication thatis and another to"Ch&f:1: U
the coins own special writers and correspondents. edited by the Hen. A. C. Maxwell Another is "Dee 3ofi e
Just heard of the meanestman to more than 50,000 specimens witha i The Journal makes'a specialty of its one of the best-known writers in this i Home and another"'Wiment ;

in this town" says a writer In catalogue, of nearly 35,000 slips. I I' Cotton. Manufacturing, Lumber and country. No publication In its class under the head rf'1

the Chicago T1meaRecore' I;Industrial Departments, in addition compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It I ery."also a deputaeatslf

'-What-did he do-break opensome -.- i to having foH'.and complete depart" has been published at Chicago.111.. I the Children"ai&isa&u
--- 'I ments of the Home Garden Fruit. for seven years. the head of "Horn of
Customers.
child's bank! Notice to Onr Poultry Cattle Live Stock I Really Make it of
Farm : Beat,
THE FARM MONEY MAKER
I "It was worse than that. His wife --"We are pleased to announce that !I etc. It is very readable and full of la/ handsome publication which'Is age department under the laij

had made him promise to help her Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs I bright snappy news,and contains 32 has been running a great many years Beauty Doctor. Ttef-.

pick out a new spring hat and a few colds and lung troubles is not affected l pages. la Cincinnati, O., and contains various other interesting grteieiftjhcatioa ;
AlERIC.F.AR.. of In- which spite akse.k
THE IER.
hours before the time at which he by the National Pure Food and r departments in regard to everypart" to mention, Any SBSssat
dianapolis. Ind.. has been published
of the farm and also has :
had agreed to meet her in the millinery Drug law as it contains no opiates or twenty-one years and is ably edited j writers in manywellknown of Clubb will after rein

department of one of the big other .harmful drugs and we recom- I by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue I special departments devoted charge to the: we believe renew their*

to the place, made a child- contains a full page poem from this 1 for same from year to jar
stores he.went mend it as a safe remedy for home and also matter that is interesting _
remarks to of d-w well-known writer. It is published, and of value I any solicitation upon t e
few complimentary one ren and adults. City Pharmacy. to every member one H"All
monthly and contains :24 pages. Thereis of the .
family.SOUTHERN
the young women on duty there and no better paper for tho home and i of the above fess

then told her what he had agreed to farm than this well-known publication POULTRY FANCIER. Papers contain stork* V -
CLUB OFFER.
do. i WONDERFUL mSICCESSFUL This magazine Is devoted to ,poultry j matter for every sad.3 IS

"The woman who lives next door FARMER is published and all of its departments, and is the family, fro its'esS
at Des Moines Ia.. and has been published at Atlanta Ga. Each issue to the oldest me=1Ier. If
to us.' he explained, 'has new hat What Five Dollars and Seventy-Five long established. Each issue contains contains from 40 to 50 pages, printedin i ment of the home&m fare

which cost $33. Now. my wife will from 50 to 60 pages and it is one magazine form on heavy book pa- fully covered U ii*H
Cents Will Do. (
want one which is worth at least $5or of the handsomest and most complete per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons You will see Uioosofc d}

$10 more' This paper, at quite an expense anda publications of its kind in the world. pet stock turkeys, geese ducks. I tures and niMtratteia,>
etc.. will not only save but make lications dnriaj the jwr *
he instructions great deal of work has arranged a Every department of the farm and
"Then whispered some money by having this well-known will be unable ta fisi as
Club offer of fourteen well-known heme Is fully represented in this paper -
to the bewitching saleslady and magazine before them. If This paper ***
Papers and Magazines Including the and each of these departments anyone papers. ,
departed. When he returned with LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for is in charge of an expert. It is a very takes this publication and does not be able to offer to to pat'iI

r : his wife he skillfully managed it so only $5.73. Realizing that we could handsome publication and is a monthly say that it is one of the best of its of this kind, composed**'
largely Increase our circulation we published on book paper. kind and is as handsome readableand sentatlve Papers tai*f*
that she was waited on by the young iii*
I entered into a contract to use: the valuable a poultry paper as is we can say to eac>
woman with whom he had arranged and that GREEN'S FRUIT GROWERS of published we will send same to them that our offfr '. .ortb''
Magazines
Papers compose
matters. A number of hats were this Club. The Dally Democrat does Rochester N. Y.. has been published,th.ree. months as an absolute preseiK. I the price of $&.':5. lid.'

brought out for inspection but only net make a cent out of this offer. for Col.twenty-seven years and edited! THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis make a mistake ia taBsjf!
by Chas..A. who
Green is said :
In fact we lose money but by Increasing published in Boston and matter of same.
no
one of them seemed to be satisfac to be the best-known writer of,this attea tom lj
circulation we can secure what price is paid for We call your
our a similar publication r
tory. There was a hat marked $42 kind in the world. He is ably assisted vertisement of the !1
and also bet- .
no will
more advertising get a one be able to securea
victim of the plot liked by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as- edition. lot 'I:t
which the in this
ter rate for same. No paper ever be- sistant publication at the same price which
editor. These two rClub.
well-known .
very well, but her husband threw up fore made an offer that equals ours. gentlemen also have a large number will equal this one. It.Is published In detailed information ,
his hands and declared that it was I Every paper goes to you for one full of department editors and special the interest of the women and child ,
year. All are well known and long ren and It isworth many times the
writers.
outrageous for her to expect a man i This magazine alone is
established and worth times the price that is
many asked for the entire
in his circumstances t" pay any such worth the price that we ask for the BROSHW.4
I
i I price we ask. They are from the Club.
entire
.' Club. In its class
price for a wisp of straw and feather, South, North,.East and West. Their this country compares,with no paperIn it.MODERN !t I COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published Yield to S fIIt.TreatmftC .
'But Henry, you want me to look i combined values including the Live in New York in magazine form. Readily
'Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00. STORIES, of New York I of T7
respectable don* ?' the wife and is one.-of the most readable
you I' We' are only able to make this offer is a handsome and well known publication I magazines: of its kind ever produced Bronchial troable san
pleaded. for a very short time, and it will positively which is published monthly by
any publisher. It Is full of interesting !
'That's all right. If I could af- be withdrawn soon. If you and is equal to any of the well known matter and They cannot be l pe4'
contains
articles
want the best bargain ever offered monthly magazin.es. This alone is ; are .
ford it nothing would give me gre t-I t Which are prepared by some of the dosing. They
you order the Club now. Do not worth the entire price of the Club. i !
;. er, pleasure than to buy this hat best-known writers.In the country. tion in the air P*
'.wait for you may nesitate too long.If Carefully edited and contains matters This U
you. But $42! That's more than I' you are already a subscriber to any that will interest every member o* the I t I ter how magazine critical will they please are In all no mat-to relieved and eared ;.

pay for a whole suit of clothes. No! or all of the papers in the Club, your family ''what they read. regard alone. In this lies, .J

You must take something else.' time will be extended one year from SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is pub THH PRACTICAL great success of
FARMER. This
date of order. Probably do
"Well they looked at every hat in not care your to have all of the Papers you and each lished at St. Louis Mo., on the first of well-known magazine which is published treatment of brosc.*,
month
the store, but always the lady got Magazines sent to your address. If 70 and contains from 60 to In Philadelphia.is not only one Th pages. It is one of the best-known of the
back to the one which was marked not you can split the Club and have magazines most successful of its kind, medicated air sow ;
published and is but :
in Its
without
them sent ot number of different doubt one of the most cou'-
HZ4t last Henry found that he any fifth year. It is handsomely tion stops the '
gottenup carefully
edited ,
addresses, or two or more parties can papers in the United ...
and .
would 'have'to go. He couldn't come in together and divide the Club articles full valuable interesting States. Any farmer planter or, in becomes permaAtDt ,
his business all day to help of information fact, anyone who has
neglect among themselves. On acount of the i for fruits flowers suits. .tHy
every member of the .
his wife pick out a hat, and he went limited time that we will be able to' will please:all.- family and will? bleVlTe stock and Poultry -mel has ma t -
informing her that make this wonderful offer we will be that the Practical Farmer the
desperately in
away wIn able cures
unable to furnish sample copies to BLOODED STOCK MAGAZINE is save them during: the year many ,
she might go ahead and select any- one of the times the price that chronic forms of
anyone. We take pleasure In giving handsomest&nd most read- they pay for the
tih gnshewan tya:tevCcHedorhaldw a short sketch ot each paper in the able publications of its kind publish-. entire Club. and is sold by at1

thing she, wanted. Cluo% eded in, the United States. It is THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE the same gwrai !4.
iI THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of printed on heavy book paper and COn- Is published in New York In maga- ii pun--

Memphis, Tenn..-is in its seventeenthyear. tains thirtyfoU"pag s. Is published zine form and contains from 3 a to 60 Hy-o-mei refund& ,"
It is published monthly on the on the 25th of-jach month. Each and pages each issue This well-known that Is, to ;
"Here's to your health and hot 15th of each month. Colonel Hugh every department Is In charge of an publication contains the remedy.doe! aat....

piness"-DeWltt's Little Early Risers L Bedford its editor. Is one of the expert. No one who haa.a horse cat- .stortes. and some mthe most vain Uon. The ,

famous little pills. Nasty sick Test-known agricultural writers in the tle or live stock should be without able articles which are prepared by -

headache United States., He lives'on his model this publication.: well-known writers.ment Every depart. $1.00.
or biliousness may come on
farm nearMemphis, and also has a MAXWELL'S TALISMAM Is is fully covered by experts in
any time. ; the cure is an Early Riser. large cotton plantation in Mississippiand some.. 32-page monthly publication a hand- this pubJJ.cation. One'of the most In..

Sold, City Pharmacy. d* an"orange and fruit farm in printed on heavy.,book paper and teresUng ducted bY'departments a weU-known Is writer that under con'. I I "'- -- Km





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Ya,'May 10-21, 1907 BROWN & THOMASON
t of tha above occasion, woendtrtp
rate of one fare. Get you a Rabit

-ate cents In the sale of Foot. Yes man, PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
'tichmond. Va.; tickets at ;
LIVE OAK. ; ; : FLORIDA.
on gale from May 13th4aelas1ve

vita final limit Rabit Foot Overall

1Nii. However ad fif tees by days comply-from DR. J. W. WEST

\errt&la conditions and upon Union made. Physician and Surgeon.Office .
N fee of 1 1.00, an extension
: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
to Jane 17th may be
Residency at Ethel Hotel

rd has been declared Rabit Foot Overalls are the best, PIa-office.No.168.
I'mta for delegates to Rabit Foot Overalls.stand.the test, BcDdcnec.Koa.23 or 168.
this Drag Store(Barclay Groover)No.16-
:-Tbaoe,'laving the matter Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, feel sure we can give you* the

.eft, evidently guided In Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. greatest satisfaction. There Is an
"ft 4 Jdon' to' name ourtare Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overalls,1M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss g
put our work that enhances the
of the upon
-attl active tea-
the sellers.
:oar service, noticeableEng' lucky pppearance and lengthens the life of
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. your linen. Bring your Shirts, Collars
doable
through coaches dally and $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50Per LIVE OAK. i FLORIDA. Cuffs, Handkerchiefs. White and
ffffl practice ia aU the court of the State. Spec Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our
ial attention siren to Conveyances. Collection Laundry and will have them
with an Idea of afford- pair. We are the Florida salesman. Watch for of Rent.Etc. AD business promptly>> attended -I you
t Oils to. quickly and carefuly done in a satis-
and other
la con- something next week. NOTAKT PUBLIC STAT AT Luaus factory manner at a satisfactory -
Richmond an opIJbr t priceLive.. '
visiting the Jamestown -

"-t Hereby ire perfected the return an por-ar- Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. L. M. DIXON, -

L eketreading- from Rlch- II Oat Steam Laundry,
hOnored DENTIST.
from Portsmouth i I f
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additional charge This OETODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE i j jWORK. ,
makes the Seaboard Life insurance companies in Japan : SPECIALTIES.T. .
attractive, i
-1 are paying 16 per cent dividends. In I
be i ids cerement bow oa foot one of the mthe directors got only

-flfle, muving'aptists from assemble here $3.000 fees, for their year's work. J. LYLE FOLEY'SHONEY
Practical
.bne might say la
tau MiT mike'the trip My Best !Yien WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER

35 year's experienceGood
Alexander Benton, who lives on
Idta ,stock of Watches always on hand. AND TAR {
iasaasce S Rural.Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y.,
public toal says: '1r. King's New Discovery Is

snc teas that my best earthly friend. It cured me The original
Horehound Syrup of asthma six years ago. It has also WALL PAPER
all Coughs, Influenza performed a wonderful cure of In- LAXATIVE
Ptlmonkry cough remedy.
'1I to 1k troul wife. The first bottle ended the ter- -

bublie to thinkdezfLl rible cough, and this accomplished, For cong-hs, colds, throat, and lung =.
ai[ ednt pretsarition. the other symptoms left one by one, When in need of nice wall pa- troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
lt. Join the pro41Ira FRI" D TO FRIEND Good for every body. Sold every where.
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until he was' perfectly well. Dr. per call on H. It PETTY at
with
he sickness. King's New Discovery's power Over recommendations of peo; The genuine
..A-.IM*. Sold by Thepeisonal CLINTON & MCHCS MARKO.LEnIfONEYAR FOLEV5 HONEY and TAR is hi
coughs and.colds Is simply marvelous. who hare been cured of coughs ant
pie %Yellow > -
3.*>*- d-w ." ever package.Rcfueftttbatitntea.Prepared
No other remedy has colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Barclay have done'more than all else to make ft. only by ;
Jl Fetoy A Company,Chicago.
& Groover druggists. SOo. and staple anti:le of trade and commerce ovt TAR
'"rs.' o o ites $1.00. Trial bttl free. d-w large part d the civilized world. Cares Colds Pixv oti P.seaaals City Pharmacy.




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LIVE OAK J DAILY VISIT THE POPULAR .

DEMOCRATjl ,Manifestations of wonderful progi : .
Published every I.ress and prosperity in the South are i i, -.Ji>
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Except pressing with greater and greater in-: apps-_--
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[sistence every day upon the notice of:
SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g'r.Entered .
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i men of affairs statesmen inan.clers. "-
Postofflce Live Oak UPON THE SUWAJWEE RIVER- Clothing j ,
at the manufacturers publicists and stud- "WAY OOWW :
Second Class Mall Matter -
Florida., as I I ents of economics. They reflect
November 7, 1905.TEEL1YEOAKPDBUSH1SG. : and
Hotel Cottages
deeds accomplished notable In themselves Mineral Springs

I given marked emphasis In GOOD TABLEGOOD dtD& MUNNINC reason
GOEPASL UNSURPASSED.
comparison with results from like activities HOT AND COLD BATHS BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
WATER iN EVERY ROOM- BOATS.
! in other parts will be PHONE CONNECTIONS* ON LIVE OAK PERRY _
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT ?MILES FROM LIVE OAK. -.r
mailed to any part of the United of unparelleled significance when RATES REASONABLE i GULF. CONNECTION AT UVE OAK WITH AU'TRA.. (
viewed against the appaling back-
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for $5.00
States postage prepair "
per year; $2.50 for six 'months: ground of a generation or more ago. PARK HOTEb.! DOWLING FflRK. FLORlDfl. LIVE UK

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents For that reason there is more thani ADDRESS

for five weeks. In advance. De- usual timeliness in "Facts About the

livered to any part ,of the city by South" a pamphlet of 72 pages dorsement of the proposed amend!hand the meeting this year shows con-

carrier for 10 cents per week. written by Mr. Richard H. Edmonds ment to,the constitution of Florida. siderable advance over last year. The

editor of the Manufactors Record and .* .I growth in interest and numbers is

While Americans are removing just published. In it the whole storyof The corporation and anti-corpor' noted with a great deal of satisfac-

knives and pistols from the pocketsof Southern material upbuilding the Lion faction In- Florida politics ha': tion by the church members. The

Immigrants it would be a good romance of the South's redemptionfrom about played out. we are pleased.'ta league has become an indispensableaid

Idea to weed out their own. poverty to prosperity since 1880 say and the sooner It is entirely illm- to the church work.

:and the resources of this section in mated the better it will be for the

The Florida house of representa- coal iron timber, phosphate cotton State. It never amounted to anything TRIAL OF THOS. TROY.

tires It may be noted decided not to and other wealth-producing resourcesare in* the Jlrst place except, to

run up against the United States con- more comprehensively dealt with furnish some politician a hobby 'to Brothers. Son and Friends of De-

stitution on the suffrage question.- than ever before. The prosperity oft ride Into public office. Recent votes fendant at Miami to Render

Atlanta Constitution I. the South before 1860, and the reasons ; upon questions inthe legislature are Him Assistance..

therefor, so slightly known and proof of our assertion. In speaking Miami May 13.-The preliminary

Live Oak aspires to the dignity or understood by the general public are along this line of thought the De- hearing of Thomas' W. Troy for the

a Criminal Court of Record. They,"( brought out very clearly In explanation Land Record says: "The Trammell killing of George Newcomb has been '

are splendid machines when properly of the business and industrial Franchise Tax Bill was defeated in postponed until Wednesday morning

operated to fight crime wltn.- energy of the Southern people today the Senate last week, and there seemed on account of the absence of a state

k Jacksonville Metropolis. and as convincing proof of the natural to have been no factional vote on j' witness Daniel Troy of New York; ,
I
advantages which were rapidly the measure. Senators who have been R. E. Troy,of Macon,and Thomas W. I

Iy Attorney General Ellis la quite in I making the South the richest part of accused of being on the side of corporations Troy son of the accused are here.
with the rest of the Internal the the intervened. I |
disfavor when
country war voted against the measure
Also O. C.- Gibson, M. F. Taylor and
Improvement Board because he Starting with statement of typical and Senators who have been accusedof L. H. Burghard prominent businessmen
doen't hesitate to say that the Board Southern the ;!
productiveity during of i
fighting anything in favor corporations of :Macon are here to assist in ,
be dissolved,-Lake City: Star.A 10 bales of
should
past years-103,639.000 voted for it. It was a line the trial Thomas W. Troy., the ac

; cotton. 5606441.899 bushels of corn up regardless of any factorial or I cused. Is In good spirits and Is confident -j.

bill has been Introduced In the 685,126.941 bushels of wheat; 659-f corporation or anti-corporation,senti-I of being released at the preliminary |

Legislature to amend the Constitu- 037.244 bushels of oats 120,000,000000 ment. The Tallahassee Sun can I II hearing.

tion for the removal of the State Cap- feet of lumber. 571,629.336 tons t make no political capital for the Bro- j I II

ital to Live Oak. Jacksonville Is the ( of coal 263.839,252 barrels of petroleum -I ward faction In the State over the Great Four Days Sale. WIC H A E L.8T

proper place for It.-DeLand Record j 27,342.566 tons of pig-iron and f defeat of this measure for some of FINE CLOTIMt* ]

That's real cruel of you Bro. Prevatt 15.692.158 tons of phosphate of thei i the Governor's: staunch friends wereI The great four days sale of War-

to hand us a "lemon" like that increase of investment in cotton mills against the proposition." .. 1 I wick Zephyr, or Dress Gingham

,' from $20.000,000 to 1250.000.000, of commences today at the popular store If you are..yoaeaai

American Inhabitans of the Isle ot the building of 15.902 miles of rail- I The New York Herald Is rf'sponii-I of E. J. Blume & Co. They have '

Pines have;d'ecided to respect the decision i(.road and of the movement throughits ble for this' story: "Early in the 2,158 yards of these good well worth expecting to see lag:

of the United States supreme ports of merchandise aggregatingin fall one of ,two twin brothers living 12% cents per yard that ,will go interest IOU in ouri{

court. Perhaps the Florida leglsla- value U.978.000.000--c0mparison In Madison county, Kentucky be- during this sale for 9 % ( cents per

ture will pause In its movement to Is made with the preceding decade as I came demented and was sent to the yard.: Many of the patterns are and varied stock of i -

treat the constitution of the United a basis for a broad and detailed sur- insane hospital. The other twin accompanied pretty and are worth more than the ;
t new clothing, for
States as unconstitutional. Louis vey of Southern accomplishments in him to the institution. price asked and if in the market .

r- Globe-Democrat. i the past 26 years in agriculture In I Shortly after-the twb brothers arriv- now or likely to need any of these Summer, which 1n sb\:

r t-_ manufacturing, In mining. In trans- ed the sheriff of Marion county re- goods soon yon can save maney by -.

A Philadelphia man found an old portation, in trade and .in commerce. ceived a telegram from the superintendent attending this sale. Remember the and assertmen is ea i

tin can containing $60 In gold while Special attention is given of course swing:Two men who look date Tuesday. Wednesday Thursdayand that shown ty tie]. -

cleaning up his backyard the other to cotton growing and cotton 'manufacturing Just alike ar?'from your county-one Friday..

day. That's a very nice thing to find the one a basis and the for confinement. One is talking of ing establishments l'

but there Is a far greater bonanza In :; other a means for the revival of building a railroad to the moon and Clean Up.. City. If you iarat:

store for the city that enforces a: system : Southern vigor a quarter of a centuryago the other' says the, republican partyis This Is the watchword In
many
r#;, of keeping backyards and alleys : but emphasis Is laid upon the opposed to trusts Which Is the communities at this time but is this Spring to see & .

clean and Improved with grass flow many facts of striking interest illustrating crazy man?"
especially the word to pass along the value we offer in
and trees. the strides in recent
ers : years
line In Live Oak. A little investigation
made by the South in diversification In southwest,Georgia a book agent
on the part of the health authorities -
If all the roads that are said to becoming in manufacturing In closer approachto was,"treed" for six hours by an infuriated -
,. to Dunnellon ever arrive here. : financial Independence" In exten- bulL The farmers of that I, If there be any will prove the M1CHAEFINE [
truth of this assertion. A good many
i I .
we will undoubtedly. be the railroad sion of transportation facilities in flourishing section know Just how to I II
I back alleys and filthy places need
center of the state.-Dunnellon Adv the building up of ports and In the train cattle--Atlanta Constitution. I I
I I looking after at once. If there is
ceat. Dunnellon is now one of the greater and greater utilization.of natural -
best business towns in Florida ano j:|I resources of ,the fields the forests The case of Ex-Governor Jenningsvs. 1 I any 'doubt of this ask the first man
see who is CLO
you a good observer.Ask .
,
with her enterprising and progressive the mines and the watercourses. Alfred St, Clair Abrams editor !
I'I him if there are not places deli-
citizens will become a city if all tfie I To complete the story of the South of the Travares Herald and Cartoonist -
terous to health know aboutit
? railroads now heading that way are of today considerable space is devoted Taylor for c criminal libel, was any
completed and put in operation i>. to a plain statement but one of called Monday in the criminal court but there Is no move on the partof You shouldn't du!
3 of of record for any one In authority to do it. It
deepest interest the achievements Duval county and the !
ought to be done at once. Live Oaks other day. Yea art
;! and aspirations of the leaders on defendants entered a plea of "nolocontendere"
To the officers of the law we say: !fr a beautiful city t
no one disputesthat.
many lines in the old South, demon -unwilling to contend of thus ceJ+
Enforce the law prescribing against Keep it clean equal
: and and keep it
what a fine of
x strating clearly that the Southis $250 was entered
the carrying of concealed weapons.A : I healthy.The f
in town ii
doing today is. after all merely against Abrams but the Judge was anywhere

little vigllence on your part will carrying out plans of half a century light on Taylor, letting him off: with Woman's Club will soon havea ask. U
.
do a whole lot towards breaking up $150. Both fines and costs were strong committee at work to report more than we 3

the practice that Is a danger and ago.The study of "Facts About theSouth" by Abrams. :This ended what paid unsanitary and unsightly place to high-grade de
menace to every citizen In the com- promised those whose t'o $
duty It Is enforce the
to be
is fitly closed by an estimateof a'most sensational trial.
t munity. The fellow who carries a law. faultless a cit
rials
s types of the individuals who, by Now If the pardoning board would "CITIZEN. ,
concealed weapon carries it to use
their works and their words in the remit the fine, all would be lovely. and
to and he cares not who he uses it on. CURES ALL SKIN ing up-
70s and 80s. and. indeed in earlier And why not? This was their first TROUBLES.-
The opportunity is all he waits.-
years pointed the way to a fulfill- offense and a petition containing ten Sulphur the Accepted Remedy fora vanced fashion, ya

Miami Metropolis.An ment of prophecies of. the South. and thousand names of the best citizensof Hundred Years of

I| wrought so mightily in clearing the Florida could easily be secured Sulphur Is one: of the greatest selection any
exceptionally forehanded immi-
j i I way for the attainments of the pres- praying for a remittance of the fine remedies nature ever gave to man. $25.00 with every
grant from Italy landed in New York Every physician
ent. during good behavior. knows it cures skin
3- the other day. Besides his wife and and blood troubles. HANCOCK'S permanent i

two children he_ brought over an ice- LIQUID
SULPHUR
enables to best1**
". cream churn and a push cart from 1 LICENSE OR PROHIBITION. EPWORTH LEAGUE SER 'CES... get the full benefit In most you you got the
conven-
3' which to peddle. his manufactured !|I The following from the JackSon- ient form. Don't'take sulphur at the price you P
Italian frequently i Monday Xight Service at Methodist
product. immigrants ville Times-Union looks as though "tablets" "
I Given or "wafers, or .powdered
Church
,bring over hurdy-gurdys I I I Jacksonville people themselves are In Over the EpworthLute. sulphur In molasses. HANCOCK'S I

them but this is said to be the first favor of the Humphries amendment LIQUID SULPHUR Is pleasant to Smart Spring S e$3jXIto

time one has brought a complete ice- ,.to the Constitution notwithstandingthe A fine service was had at the take and perfect In Its action. Druggists -

= cream outfit and a. working' force for ,, fact that Jacksonville is a very Methodist church Sunday night by sell It.

his factory.. Savannah Morning "wet" city. Here is what it says the Epworth Leaguers. Dr. J, M. A well known citizen of Danville .

News. "License or Prohibition? was the Price president of the League Pa., writes: "I have had an

T subject of a sermon delivered by Rev. presided,and reports were read from vated case of Eczema for aggra-
fi Hon. Frank Adams, the gentleman Edward F. Ley pastor at the St. the various departments of ty-five over twen- -!
the jears. I have used 50- Clothes
from the 'Thirteenth Is unquestionably Matthews' Methodist Episcopal League work. cent battles of the seven
LIQUID SULPHUR
one of the best parliamentarians church, South yesterday morning. Miss Vivian Evans vice presidentof OINTMENT and now I feel in handsome
as
though
I and Impromptu speakers adorning a "The resolution introduced in the the Devotional Department I had
reada a brand new pair of '
seat in the Senate of 1907. Being Florida state senate by Senator Jos- good paper on that work. The has cured me and I hands. It their shape,
am
ever ready to take an active part in! eph H" Humphries Manatee county second vice .president over cure certain it will values thatseHe
the anyone if they persist In
any and all Important measures which I providing for an amendment to Charity and Help Department was re- HANCO CK'S LIQUID SULPHUR using to $10.50, herementofattracttrt/ 1 ,

f he believes beneficial to his constituency -:' the constitution of the state prohibi- presented by an able paper from Mrs. cording to directions. ac ; '

the voice of Florida's merchant ting the manufacture and sale of Haddock the paper being
read
by "BUTLER EDG "
prince and politician is heard everyday liquors in the state of Florida was Miss Verdie Haddock. Miss Berta R. to$7.50.

-every hour the Senate is In the base for the sermon. Hopson fourth
vice president whoas A black
session. It can be truthfully asserted "At the close of the sermon the superintendence of the Missionary man was lynched In Ark-
ansas because
_ that no important bill becomes law preacher called for a rising vote of Department, gave- an Interesting he thrashed a white BUTli
man In
unless Senator Adams Is heard to de-. those in favor of the adoption of Sen- paper on that special' feature of the easier a fair flight.- It is getting

CI'71ts bad or praise its good features.' ator Humphries' resolution The re- work. every day to understand why
the
state has !
Gainesville Sun. sult was an almost unanimous en- Progress was noted on all lines come the Arkansas so few traveler chances to wel "MENS'j a

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We have them in Fancy Aprons,. -- ,

Oak and Suwannee Corset Covers. Lingerie \J _
of'. Gathered by the Demo- Waists Dresser Sets Baby WaistsVoile

.r cnt'Reporter ,Pillows, Sofa Pillows HemStitched a

Scarfs.with Richard-

son's Grand Prize Embrci- / =

,. Beene went to Wellborn dery Silk and Illustrated LesSons '

on business.S. for embroidering. Pretty
effects in Art Needlework for the SkirtsWe

Tullock went to the Park 'i home and personal adornment. Stamped on an extra quality Lawn.

r jarring on business.
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,....: dJtorinm Wednesday night. 4000 yards, all kinds, going at just one-half the regular price -

:. .. Bye of the western portion

.county, was here yesterday.

I THE: LADIES' EMPORIUM
-t forget the Tackey SkatingBand I

I Concert Wednesday night.Ippan 'PHONE 159 L. S. 'HARVARD, PROPRIETOR -

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J. M. --"'-"'0'L .
want to sell see Bailey J : r '""- - -- .! ', 1:" I I I I I . I I I I I-

l eeised auctioneer.. He sells. Lester Scarborough went to Lake Nathan Suraskl went to the Park Mrs. C. Y. Byrd will leave tomorrow The Southern Express Company'sfcity

: City on business this morning. this mornjng on business.H. for Jamestown to
attend the
-tiL Mali, the night policeman office In the ,Ethel hotel buildingIs
great Southern Baptist Convention.
bnsi- something Live Oak has to
a right
here yesterday on
f.was If you want draying done or a H. Petty and wife returned She will also visit the exposition before be proud of. AU of our public buildings
trunk carried to the depot, right from Jasper yesterday. ; returning home.R.
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except the old
". I depot used by
quick, phone 123. W. N. Boatrigbt.Dr. .
'' RJ. McCutchean. of Dade | four railroads as a pasenger station
R. L. Dowllng ''
is fine
building
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a E. Castleberry, of
Fenholloway
route to have been improved upon of late, _
,pme. up yesterday en Caswell went to Jacksonville residence at East Park.H. :. is here today. Mr. Castleberry has' and
are an honor to our city. Agent
this morning to attend the Funeral a case In court sent here from Wil-
"" I II I Lumpkin is justly proud of his
' <: J. Cannon, of the Park is in new
Directors and Embalmers' Associa marth but his friends '
J.p. McNelll of DeLand, arrived the city today mingling with his I seem, to think quarters and patrons, of the office

>-i today on a visit to his brother, tion. t, many friends, I'I jit anything.will amount to but very little if are well pleased with the service now

.XcNeilLt given. Mr. Lumpkin Is the right
Rev. Curtis Grubb and wife went
i man In the right and
place makes an
today to attend the dioceson councilof Mrs. C. F. rqqms. who has been Master Nelson
Holmes
t 0..Williams made a trip downOak i accompan- excellent express agent. -
in Georgia ,.l last
was evening
the Episcopal church in Gaines. ;ere en j lied W. O. Keene to Wellborn this
Perry and Gulf this route to Lake, Butler. .
ville. i i
: ,| morning. They are bent on a fish Wonderful Eczema ,Cure.,
1 ing exposition but If we do not see "Our little boy had eczema for five
} Miss Lawler Miss Eulah Moore Deputy Sheriff Stokeley went to any fish this evening as ,a result of years," writes N. A.
:ws Bremer, of Waycross, is Adams Henrietta
Luraville official business
and A. G. Beach visited White on yester- the
,
trip we will
publish them
iisday.on a visit to his son, Fred day. tomorrow Pa. "Two of our home doctors
Springs Sunday and had a delightfultime. .1. as "N. G."
is i seriously in.B.OHIfl. said the case was hopeless his lungs
;' being affected. We
then
A. Marable employed
and daughter, Mrs.
- ,one of Wellborn's most : Uncle Wash Fletcher of O'Brien, other doctors, but no benefit resulted.
: Dreggers, of LuraviUe, were here
- Prizes will be awarded the'girl in
was town Monday. He
met up Dy chance we read, about Electric ,
eat business men,1* in the city yesterday. 1 ,
and boy wearing the tackeyest costume i with '
Jeff. Davis who enticed him to titters; bought a bottle and soon '
r} Wednesday night at the Audi t I jgo to Perry. It was Uncle Wash's ntlced improvement. We continuedthis

I WEST Furnished and onfur- torium. SALESLADIES WANTED- Applyby first visit to Perry in thirty-five years medicine until, several. bottles
telephone tonight at 8 o'clock.
and the changes were phenominal.We .
rooms, address "R" incare were used when our boy was com,
Rev. C. A. Ridley and S. P., Mays Phone No. 4.
rat. tf are glad he got oil from home pletely cured. ,Best o>, all blood
leave for: the Jamestown Expositionin and enjoyed his trip. medicines and body building health
the morning. They will also 'attend Mrs. Rouse is up from the Park .
irtf Sheriff ,Bailey went to tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &; 'I
the great Southern Baptist Con- today, and favored'the Democrat office
1 tills morning ou official Tackey Skating and Band Concertat Groover Drug Store. boa d-w ,
with a call
vention to convene there.
the Auditorium Wednesday night. 1

I A prize will be awarded, to the boy LADIES.
PRINTER Wants position at Miss Clara McIntosh, of Luraville.is .
tE..Leslie and son. F. E. Leslie in the and girl wearing the tackeyest cos- Ladies I have just opened a dress
city today her
once. Can give best of references as visiting many '
Hosier went to,Lake City friends.E. tumes. Music will be furnished by making room in the Lewin building
write "A. L. M.
to ability. Wire or
_. rnin&ail the Fifth City Brass Band. Admission and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction
in care of Suwannee Democrat, Lire
adults 15c children
; lOc. Benefit guaranteed. Give me a trial.
Oak, Fla. Loomis and family arrived here Fifth .
City Brass Band.F.
Lazarni and wife, of Perry, MRS. KIGHT.
today. Mr. Loomis will work for
':, here visiting M. Lazarus'
this T. AL Chastein has opened a gar- Robbins & McGehee.
week. C.
Caldwell, son of J. M. Caldwell -
Howard street for automobiles
arge on of the Jasper News is in the
f-C.,Paul, of Savannah who hastiaJuag and has nine cars to start with. The Atlantic Coast Line train now city today. Mr. Caldwell was at one Florida Boo flilti N News CO. l

Dr. Caswell here, went He went to Jacksonville last night to gets here at 4:lOp. m., in going time one of the best printers in the
machines for our north Instead of 4:15 as heretofore. j
f to White purchase more
l: Springs this morning., state but lost his right arm and
people. ; since that time has been forced to I
Ftttt City Brass Band will Quite a number of prominent attorneys follow other avocations. However, -

14 first appearance Wednesday Mrs. Roy Robertson and son, for from different sections of the he Is at home In a printing office JiIT'S

.at,toe Auditorium.Petadamer. merly Miss :Mae Rich of Live Oak, I state are here attending court. i and printers delight to have him
I
is visiting Miss Blanch Wolfe. Roy I visit them. A 11 1

went to Jacksonville has obtained a lucrative position in A. D. Hemming Is in Hampton

aocniag to attend a meeting of Brooklyn New York, as chaeuffier Springs hoping to regain flesh. He We understand the grand Jury
NOVEL IDEAv4Sn
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eral Directors Association. and Mrs. Roy will join him in near needs it If he ever expects to strike has about concluded its work and

future. the mark.Wedding. t tIi
450-pound may possibly be able to make its gen-

vor eral presentment today. The est-
Sale abolishment of the criminal '
R. P. Hopkins superintendent of court of
.
the Live Oak, Perry & Gulf has the record has relieved the grand jury of Ii Iifi

audacity to register at the Ethel as i the work of investigating a number I'

a guest. We have wired Mrs. of cases and this has attributed to a fi
AND considerable extent the short time required '
UNIMPROVED Hopkins in South Carolina to look
E. after him. He knoweth not what be for the grand Jury to completeits fIIIIIBI'

doeth in the absence of his wife and PresentsFOR work. fI

Weal state baby. / *
THE Mr. E. J. Blume lost a good horse ,

; AJ* -orIno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best yesterday. It was loose on the
"' for women and children. Its mild JUNE BRIDES streets with another horse and in j J

farms action and pleasant taste makes It I their racing ran against a tree in I '

Be preferable to violent purgatives suchas i some unaccountable way and either 1

pills tablets etc. Get the bookletand Or those..who choose broke or so badly sprained its back
a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy the month of May. Just i as to be unable to get up at all.I But a joking friend of ours says that -icauthors I
-- r \. d-w I look in at our exquisite i After determining that there was no must be greater animal be >
Broochesand
Diamond Pins
Rings. Watches i way of helping it to its feet again, ause "their tales come out of their

}cuR I On account of a typographical Bracelets Etc. Everything I Mr. Blume kindly put an end to its heads." I hunted, but then we have

: error the Suwannee county tax sale in Jewelry. Our suffering by shooting It. many tales they send into other people's

.. :,:PROPERTY, for unpaid taxes cannot be made, the customers. are always heads and what a vast amount of
- WITH first Monday in June as heretofore I pleased.RADFQRD Why can't Live Oak have a grand amusement and instruction books afford

advertised and the date of the sale i Fourth of July celebration? There As disseminators of the world's '

E us. has therefore been changed to first, are a number of orators of state wide best and greatest literature we solicit {

Monday in July. The error was madeIn reputation who would be pleased to your trade.

the Democrat office In the rush t' be with us on that date. and help the f

of putting the forms to with American "eagle spread her wings."
press
AITY GO.a out proof, having_ been read on,a portion : The Jeweler Reduced rates could possibly be secured flijri Q Dook ood N hews CO. I

of the sale. on the railroads for the' occasion ;
y i I S DIVE OAK FLA. and we could. all have a big time. ,

ngt Room 3. Try Daily Democrat-lOc a week. . . What say. you gentlemen? c.c.. CORK, PrOp.

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Not The Only One. FLORIDA RAID\\ .

.Moultrie.Observer; We -were! asked Go.
Live.OakM'f'g. '_ SC3 II ULJ:. -
,If ,we ever saw a bald beaded woman. 011
coNNtl !S.w :.IrK s., 11."L 8Y.ANB L :.
We answered "No," -we never -.=
csnteal,'ftQ,.
,did, nor did we ever see a woman 0\ sawn Dow1i
Manufacturers p'f .
walking around town in her shirtsleeves
No.s No L1Ih8lif'
with a cigar In her teeth and Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights ).(ail adDal STATIONS. -
7
-running into every saloon she saw.; xeept

We a fishing Psi1F.. ', 4
never saw woman go
Power and Turpentine.Electric
with a bottle In her pocket sit on the -

damp ground all day and come home 7 10. m lIB Pili Lv LL 1 O k .-._. ..
drunk that night. Nor have we ever Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residence LYl05aalUPIIILy n _
'a4.
3f0am
seen a woman hank off her coat and or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power- S

k say she could lick any man In town. day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. LoLklley

God bless her. She'a not built _that lie a.. IlIp..L. "' ..
)
way. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention 830 i m 1 08 1 lllLy.- -

The above may be true. There Is kV 19 M..._. W' srtkL. -_' "''
and all orders filled. 8 (0 a Bs p. -
promptly
; + .._
a lot of foolishness she cuts out. but -ii aa w1--7 _

on the other hand did you ever see a We will give you good prices on lo tf grade ceiling: and 'lo s m _..._ .-Lmsn7L."_'.'+...
man walking about town at night looring. Come and get our prices. I ao a m L" -Lura __+?

__ I WiImuth....
bareheaded. Did you ever see him S tit a III M.
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out on a cold day with nothing on his 10 00 a m .20p..L- Wes'-k.-i #-'

arms shoulders or throat but cheese 101. a m 4. U pili L.--- '------'---Suw.--W-_..__
September 30th. 1903. and approved (50) feet In width. U .lh
I ;
cloth. Did you eves see him go out 10'20 .. Norwood_ _
and 4 aopmLY----- -V
the a m
October 6th 1903. Be It Ordained by Mayor a.2
to a ball bare below the shouldersand Be It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak 10.. IJ" 4 4n m M...... ..lilro2.5 _-.- .. .. let
?
chest and dance with half a dozen City Council of the City of Live Oak. Florida: 10 (0 & Ly ...... 'iito
different people until exhaustedand Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street lathe .
Section la. That Section 1, Sec- City of Live Oak.. Florida, as it so a m L..A. -tJtoa.-..
perspiration forced him to -
stop tion 2 'and Section- T of OrdinanceNo. now stands be 'opened, extended and 10 66 a III ::
then go and sit In a window until 1 S of the City of Live Oak. established from the eastern side of U CJ5. m Ar.-..-.. _-..Mayo_ :::
chilled through? Did you ever see Florida. being an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue In said City fifty feet &aLy_.....

a man crowd a thirty Inch waist into "An ordinance to prohibit the run- in width at right angle with said L. ning at large on the streets of the Ohio avenue eastward to White streetin UO a m 4 Up m is fir
eighteen Inch pair of trousers? City of. Live Oak of horses, mules White's Addition to the said City U 2. e s 4 51 y m Ly_......_....saItP..t.. ......................, ,,,,Jd" tsar'
Did you ever see a man eat a quartof hogs and goats and to provide for of Live Oak the northern boundary %
green plums with just a little salt the impounding and disposing of the of which said extension shall be a 1 144 & 5105L.:

added? Did you ever .see a man pull same," approved October 6, 1903 be line drawn at,right angles with Ohio 51 a m i 11"" m L. ChariteJL.a -'LT .i
the and the same are hereby amended so avenue frem a point on the eastern 1r
hair over from the back of his y
as to read as follows: 1 side of Ohio avenues directly opposite 06 a msE4 527 pm i..
bead and nail it down between his 'Section. 1. Horses mules hogs j I I to the northern bonnadry of Wilbur U& m $3I.DlLY--F ,..,-_...

eyes or draw his pompadour back Into and goats shall not be allowed to run street, as It now stands running 1431'1....-.... .--..-...-De *ti _.:....
a wad on his neck? 'Did you ever at large upon any of the streets alleye. I rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 U aIR st
...
lanes or unenclosed property of I feet to White street in White's Addition ) a l60p_ -1'8n7/ _...
him
see crowd his $o. 5 foot Into a' eta
:
II-e City of Live Oak, and that cows in said City'of Live Oak Florida -
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Xo 2 shoe made on a' K last and shall not .allowed to run at large excepting therefrom three feet
with heels the northern side of the (d) Tde ra h or Telethon Station (L\ Flag Station (r) Begfcfer.AgeBCy w
so high that he had tp upon any of the streets lanes or across
throw his head and hat back to balance public highways of the said City or Parshley family burial grounds, Station 2 MroL friprtMUS.
other unenclosed premises within which is included in said descriptionand ..Genera er Agent.
his body? No bless his
V sorry the following boundary in said Cityof within the iron fence inclosingsaid
soul you never did. He may be as Live Oak. Florida to-wit: burial grounds.
'= mean as old scratch- and may be re- Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation
sponsible for lots of sins that fleshIs and First streets Intersects and run- proceedings shall be instituted in the Confederate Veterans Rea'VIRGINIA
heir to, but he Is not the only fool ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the City of Live Oak in ac-
roll streets intersect thense east to cordance with the provisions of the
that walks up and down this earth Elouston street, thence south along Statutes In such case made and provided ii

The Elba 'Clipper.. Holston street to John street thence for the purpose of carryingout
east on John street to Church street the provisions of Section 1 of RICHMOND, ;

i Tackey Skating and Band Concertat thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance.jv;
poration line thence east on corpora- Section ilL That this ordinance
the Auditorium Wednesday night.A tion line to White street thence shall take effect upon its passage by
prize will be awarded to the boy north on White street to Howard the Council and 'approved by the MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd,12tJ 1 ]

t_ and glrf wearing the tackeyest cos- street. thence east on Howard streetto Mayor or upon, Its becoming an
tumes. Music will be furnished by : a point opposite Georgia avenue, ordinance without. the approval of the -.501
thence north to end along Georgia Mayor. -
the Fifth City Brass Band. Admission Alderman VIA ,-i:
avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by F. Ion oii
adults 15c; children lOc. Benefit Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and passed by City
Fifth'City Brass Band. thence due north along section lineto Council in "'session assembled
a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day oLAprll.A. D. 1907.
I thence west to and along Fifth streetto CHAS. H. BROWN ATLANTIC COAST LINK
For a'
a cold or take
cough Kennedy's Atlantic Coast Line railroad, President..City Council.
Laxative Cough 'SyruP. It Is thence southwest across Atlantic Attest: ")

better than any other cough remedy Coast Line railroad to First street S. P.' MATS, Cffir: Clerk.IV .
because Its laxative principle thence west along First street to S.: P. .Mays. City Clerk of the
healthy assuresa point of beginning." City of Live Oak.-Florida, do hereby Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 30&jsij
copious action
of thebowels "Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above'-and foregoing
and at the same It heals irritation the City Marshal -or any deputy Ordinance No. 57was regularly pass-. Rates for this occasion is. /

of the bowels and 'at the Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council on the 8th day
same time it heals Irritation of the City to take possession of and placein oi: April. A. D. 1907. and the same from JacksoI1vi.JFor
throat a pound to be provided for that Is hereby certified to the. Mayor for $13.75 .
strengthens the bronchial purpose any horse, mule hog or goat his approvaL &1! :
tubes and allays Inflammation of the Found by him or them running at Witness my hand and seal of said
mucous membrane. Contains Honey large upon any of the streets alleys. City, this 8th day-of April. A. D. the Round Trip, or virtually one cent a lll4 f

and Tar pleasant to take.- Childrenlike highways or other unenclosed property 1907.Seal I distance traveled with correspondingly low rates

it. Conforms within said City and likewise ) S. P.' MAYS Extension of limit to 6th be to the National take possession of and place in said .... City Clerk. |points. July can
Pure Food, and Drug. Law. Cold by pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me depositing ticket with special agent and payer
City Pharmacy. d* running at large on any of the streets this 9th day of'Apfil.'A. D. 1907.
alleys lanes public highways or M.E. BROOME. Mayor. cents at time of deposit. i

other unenclosed property of said .L, For: full information and Pullman reservation
ORDINANCE NO SS.I City of Live Oak within the boundaries -
Passenger M
call Frank C. District
prescribed in Section I hereof." on Boylston, ,

Three An Ordinance(3) of Ordinance amending No. Section 11, be- impounding"Section VII.stock For under catching this ordinance and- A LIQUID COLD CURE Atlantic Coast Line, J Jacksonville,. Fla. _i

ing entitled "An ordinance fixing the the City Marshal shall be en- -ANOLAXATIVE -
salary to be received by the officers titled to the following fees, namely:

proved of the City October of Live'6. Oak.1903.Florida.ap-. mules For catching and cows and fifty impounding cents per horses head. COUGH SYRUPTHE Live Oak Perry & (Y|

Be It Ordered by the Mayor and goats thirty cents per head. hogs one ,
City Council of the City of Live Oak. dollar per head. For feeding and
Florida: taking care of such stock while In
Section 1. That Section Three (3) ponnd for horses mules and cows he Railroad Company. I
of Ordinance No. 11 of the City oLive f shall receive forty cents per day per TIE QfllSINILt

Oak. Florida being an ordinance head each for hogs or goats ten cents Schedule Effective, April 7, 1W7.
i entitled "An ordinance fixing per day per head each; for advertising NEW
the salary to be received by the officers and selling such animals he shall WI:5T BOUJfD JAIIf--
of the City of Live receive the of cents for IlEA
Ook. Florida sum fifty _1ST.CLASS 2D. CLASS' I 1Ir.QA.IMail ,
," approved October 6, 1903 be horses, mules or cows per head and & pU8eft-FH. and all 1s fuIII i..t.
and the same Is hereby amended so I for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- Pass.Dally.. cere Pas F-. L fNo. '
as to read follows five cents head each. The word
as : per ,kt
1. N (Section 3.) The City Marshal, "bog" under this ordinance shall be '%* K*. CUvtr BlMen am* tk. hoary.. M Su inday Dai; .. Dailt udI1ti '
shall receive a salary of sixty-five taken to include "pigs." buy BotUa."A Only rday. .

Dollars per month as City Marshaland Section Ha. That this Ordinance Cold or a Cough nearly always pr.- A. M. P. M. P. 1C P. I(. t; P. 0.,bl<
the sum t>f Ten Dollars per shall take effect immediately upon tfaea constipation-the water all to the Leave LeaT t M 5,
Anf"\
rues X-eCO'
month as Sanitary Inspector of the Its passage by the Council and ap- eye. node and throat instead of 8 00 1 36 Lire 0.1...-............. '
pAssicj out 813 141 I'.. .. ......._. 1
City of Live Oak. Florida. proval by the Mayor as to mules of the -- .Rocky Sink *! "
system through the liver and kidneys. I 8 18 1 48 soo _... . .s
.. ..._.._._Starr__.__.. If
horses
4 Section II. That this Ordinance goats and hogs but shall not For the want of moisture the bowels bacon 822 1 62 S 07J ............_...._Mercer__...__.... : ,sr. t'
to take effect immediately upon Its go Into effect as to cows until 60 days dry and hard." Nearly a3 other couCh cares l &5 15 __...__.._ ..._._._.. D5I t
passage and approval by the from its passage by the City Council. are constipating. I'l i .; a 30 .....-.- tape aster_ -' I I tAr
Mayor. eMciaJy those -
containing : WiAr 8 40 ....._.... Dowlmsr Park ._..... y I ,:
Passed by the City Council this Passed by City Council in: regular Opiates. 'Kennedy's .Laxatl-ro Honey apt 8 45'LT 4 45'LT 4 10 ... -Dewlinf Park.. .. .... iJr,
22nd day of April A. D. 1907 session this 8th day"of April: A. D. Tar moves the bowels. contains no OpUta 850, 449 4 15 -....-.........._.ChanceyMayo ....-_-.....-.---..... :; I
CHAS. H. BROWN 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN. 8 63 452 4 174IO ....-.__._ fl..___" I .-'i
President City CouncIL a n &71 | ......-....-- Jui ction_......_._. I "
Attest: Pres. City Council. KENNEDY'S S 000 Aw. 25 .... ..---D.r--._. I...
S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. Attest. : I S 00 LT 4 40 --.....-_.._.._ ,._...._.._.. s s tfll', .
S. P. MAYS. City 'Clerk. 906 (06 4 46 ._....__.. do.....,.'". I ",
I, S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the tAXA'TIVEHON 9109Z5 510 4 52 ::...._Townsead- ._: i._..._..... ..'I i << =
52* :
512tn _...... .. I j i
City of Live Oak. Florida, do here 9 421ft '-'''- Smith --" f.
City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby S3S Fenhoilowar ..... ...... I
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-
by certify that the above and foregoing certify: that the above and foregoing 10' :lAP oo ....--....._ ;
Atl IlS'Ir'6l'
Ordinance No. T8 was.regularly Ordinance No. 56 was regularly passed YDTAR A-laTlP.2S.Ar: II M. P. JL'< U ...., Pern'L,.._ r 1L I r.A ..
passed by tire City Council oa the by the City Council on the 8th day >
22nd day of April 1907 and the of April. A. D. 190. and the same .
same is hereby certified to the_ ts tetchy certified to the Mayor forMs ._ Relieves Colds, by working them Gal MAYO A. "D.LTOX nR. 'tiCJI.
Mayor for his approval. approval. of the system through a copious acHon of
Witness my hand and seal of said I Witness my hand and seal of said the bowels y4!aot>a
City this April 22. 1907. City. this 8th 'day of April, A. D. -- Relieves Coughs by, cleansing u. WESTBOUND.

(Seal) S.. P. MAYS. 1907. strengthening the mucous membrane of Fri lie Fri k P Fit s
esee PURe
City Clerk.' (Seal S. P. MAYS. the throat.cbest.lungs and bronchial tubes. Pas.. pass au EU > a

Examined and approved by me this approvedCity Clerk. Fox Croup. Waoopin Cornea,La Grip ,1Daih
23rd day of April. 1957. Examined and me Iai -. U. 3. BROOME Mayor. this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. Colds Lung and Branchial altctloas M. e2.Sa1. Sea Only y3

M. E. BROOME, Mayor. remedy U equal to Z.aa.4y', Ltxativa.
Honey tad Tar. CUUrtm lib it. Lra.e L.a. Lea Leas

ORDINANCK No. 30. Put+p In 26e.eoe and turn b.*UM at Vex Lafc. 1 10 r j W ----- 1ds7o JnnctioIIt t =7 1 i>f p

An Ordinance to amend Sections!, ORDINANCE NO. 57. oratory of t O.OeWiU A Os. Cldcas.,US.*. l 9361010'ArMAri 00$ $ b 63 ............-.Peterson......... -... 1 t
1. : and 7 of Ordinance No. 1(IS of the: An Ordinance providing for then i 1! 11 S a Twiayo.-.. ... = u ,tLs
City'of Live Oak. Florida being establishing opening and extending Sold by City PharmacymnnONEYA. t j T ti ?.*Alton -j -

Ordinance entitled "An ordinance lo of Wilbur street In the City of Live Regular stop. Connection Dowline Par **
s prohibit the running at large on the, Oak Florida from the east side of from LIyt made at
Ohio 'avenue eastward to White a' and Perry- For information as
streets of.: .tb City of Live Oak. ol I other
horses,, males, hogs and goats anl street in White's Addition to said lines, -phone or tall on General Passenger Age.t V
to provide for tbs impounding and City ten hundred and thirty-two TAR: ling Building. Ute Oak

disposingOf+.tha.. same,:1* passed (1032) feet, said street to be fifty .OPS U .. cough and b atsiusao ,.tHOS. DOtmXG esWoi.; R. P. HOPK1KS <* r.



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(\ OAK ItAILr-DEMOCRAT, TttIi &.\ ':MAY?.i4."19@?.. = f

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'
?-at India, the population . '0 ._'.' 'o'.I . I I '
i $ i Ire is four person* *fc M111II1 IIIM11111 11 11M > 11111M111U1111.1 > g l IBS
CLINTON &

d'hiile, 600d. Things! :
SEABOAID
vj_L<)ree.IL 180 writes Sullivan: "About St, } I ,

oI bought two bottles of r ,
JataeyCare. It cured me of'T.j
I- Airline
Of Kidney trouble ofys''standing. Railway. :
It certainly Wholesale and Re-

medicine, and I

read It," City Phar- Savannah Columbia* Camden, Southern Pines
4-w Raleigh. Richmond tailDealersinFlor -
Washington, Baltimore. '
Philadelphia and New York. 3
ao{ Benin wears a cap
da and
WesternMEATS
Fal heads, with tassel of
:
at one side, TWO ELEGftNT\ TRftlNS\ DOILY\

Do Yoa Love *
T \Ve have to be prepared to do _
Ile You wonder why her Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
'e'botUe of Whites Cream things well and this applies to
,
: everything fOr Ustance, Roberts <
.aa4 oe-will never cry.babies
have worms and the Johnson & Rand Shoe Co. I

don't& know rids the it. child White'sYeroifnge of&a have with a sir dally big capacity specialty of factories 40,000 Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ..I Phone 24. =

;
Inuu.aj. pairs. They employ expert
its system
out
dUD' .workmen, use the'heat material Promdt deliveries
'
mother should
"jettle of. Every this ,medicine In the in all their'shoes and the latest i The Jamestown Exposition Line I
and best
It.fear need never enter machinery is used.
With I'
in the
4. price 25C. Sold by Su- They are prepared to make good NORFOLK, VA. anywhere. .
d-w. shoes that's v'by 'STAB BRAND 1 ...!

DrBfCo. SHOES ARE; BETTER." One : Excursion Tickets ',on Sn le Daily ;. C ty. -

of their shoes, the "QUAKER,"
Angers, an engineer on
has cross- for women, at $3.00 is the best
steamers
i
-a
jiigush channel 13,000,times. shoe for the money we can find. For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent k
The Star on the heel and the 'I\ of Seaboard, or write, I

i par i000na not been proted word "QUAKER" woven with :' S. a EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Gent .Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. The Great fteadacHe Cure,
silk in the
the entire system Is facing are guaranteesthat
the "QUAKER" Is honestly II 11'1 mini mini in in niiniii 111 u i i4tn MMI
Ind the same proportion Bromo-Pepsin!
h needs help. Kodol For constructed and will satisfy. -

aad.Dypepsla' not only Come see"them and "WALKON . . . . I . . I I I I I I I I I I . . "Note the Word Pepsin :r
fiat yon eat, it tones the STARS. .
i and adds strength to the The best woman in the world I i OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis Headache. indlgrct'ca, t
CURES
bMj. Makes rich, pure blood, could not make good bread if iIhon'f! lenousDe(
the National Pure she didn't have good flour. The restricted In the its 4
bras to not scope of patronage. It is On the
L Drag Law. Sold by City best woman in the world could broad enough to accommodate all, and Spot.
d' n't make good butter if she did !Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless!
..
n't have the right kind of milk HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:
all DnfgUta, 19 u.. tai Mt
f 4sU of the Prince and Prln- to < churn. Neither could the Par Sale By
1.The young folks with their small savings. -
best in the world make <
woman
to India cost the coun-
Wales
ately $147,915 on the good cake if she used salt for 2.-The breadwinner striving to accumulate a fundto The City PharmacyLIVE 4

at, la addition to the i sugar. ... procure a home, or a competency for old age. OAK FLA. '

111 lerrlce,vote of 100000. 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and U-23-trwi-Yi.
the income provided.

i-, Stop Grumbling. 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.

':,.-Jtt_ ,suffer JJaard'from Snow Rheumatism Liniment or !' i i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live i Oak Florida! I THOMPSON & WARRENDrays s

quick relief. It Is a sure DOWLINO 'LUMBER & 'l I I I I 'I .t and 'Delivery .Wagons.:
prinJi, Rheumatism, ConIes T l
Furniture moving and Lumber ,
n and aU.J paina-and
\: '
,reach' of alL Price 25c. Hauling Specialties.
f4: a R. Smith Tenaba."I STQVEWOOD '
NAVAL l STORES[
with: have used Ballard'sseat '
I delivered
In my family for years Any length to any part

-_i band It a fine remedy for t- of city, promptlj Give us your

i ud aches I recommend It
feusines. Phone 55.
i JIt'Ul.8 chest,." Sold by Su- Mf _
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: :09. d-w 0

H. J. MORRIS.Contractor ,
& Merirtn, the oldest
J>WONG PARK FLA.
fcer, in New York city in mass asaoia and Builder

[Mrnce, ,ill retire from ac- . . . I' II I I .1. Apply for plans estimatesand
witfc this year's close of *--- A .Narow Escape. For Sick LiversA specifications.
sad Till take his first vaca-
G. W. Cloyd a merchant, of Plunk '
l teacher !a sixty-two years. jOffice on Ohio Ave., A. C. L. Crossing.
four
Mo. had
a narrow escape years .
ago when he ran a jimson bur into PURELY VEGETABLE
__:'s CalbolUed Witch Hazel his thumb. He says: "The doctor
COMPOUND HMMMM >1111 **> !' "
i lot heal
merely on the sur- wanted to amputate it but I would I '
.ipeaetrates the pores and not consent. I bought a box of Buck- a ; ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, 'i; ;
rreliefes pain, caused by len's Arnica Salve and that cured the CURES CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA
[liras, scalds, cuts and skin dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay -' QUICKLY ALL, MALARIA UVER COMPLAINTS.CHILLS and I j I VETERINARY. ; j

It'ls especially good for &,Groover, druggists. d-w A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by i
Beware of Imitations. Sold by TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- Solicits your patronage-Office
d* The gold production of Australiain I t chs.d today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 i
IIIIIIIIII&JIIIII..J' J )'III
1906 (Western Australia leading)
"rig to a critic the American was 3.431,921 fine ounces against CUBED' OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTE1 -
srs MEDICINES FAILED -
becoming more accurate 3.648,793 fine ounces in 1905. a de- ALL OTHER -
t4 writers of English, than crease of 216.872 ounces. The ag- \ ilr*. W. A. Whitewell Emory Tex. .. :
--/themselves. writes: "My child had dulls and fever Chamberlain's
At Harvard gregate value of the gold output for lot four years. We tried all kinds of If
There are twenty profes- Australia in 1906 was 82003351. medicines and finally an acquaintance of
.while at Oxford there New Zealand's 1906 production was mine recommended Herbine. W* used Colic Cholera & Dtanitta RemedyAbaott .
America three bottle, and the child is DOW com
,
Germany and fine included in
532,922 ounces (
1. pletery cored You have my penmaaioa
an.'are all outdoing value named; but not in quality.). to publish this testimonial as I cheerful every family has need
i s English scholarship. !v recommend Herbine to all mother of a reliable remedy for colic or I

"a Don't Pay Alimony.To having children afflicted as mine." diarrhea at some brae during the !
',! Tea Me GET TM GEHUDlZ
bo 't eghat be divorced from jour appendix WOE BOTTLE year.Thu

time use Herblne There will be no occasion for it if you BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. dealer! remedy who have it recommendedby sold it. for

w gat tnstaat relief. The keep your bowels regular with Dr. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. many yean and know its value.
."! rc fctor. King's New Life Pills. Their actiou
A positive It hat received thousands of _
Is so gentle that the appendix never ___ _
Dyspepsia.liver' testonomak from
grateful people.
t
a
RECOMMENDED BY
all
SOLD AND
as cornIr. has cause to make the least complaint It has been prescribed by physicians -

0-;, of Emory Texas Guaranteed by Barclay & with the most satisfactory I.
has been using Her- Groover dru'gglsts. 25 cents. Try Suwannee Drug Company. results. !

Ith II anA children for five them. d-w* f It has often saved life before f

i sure eurefor conatipas Notice to Teachers meG ne could have been sent for !

1ar1S fevgr: which is sub- Live Oak. Fla., May S. 1907. When your back afehes It Is almost, -Kidney complaint kills more people or a physioaa summoned. ,

bI ku k has done for Notice is hereby given that the Invariably an Indication! that some- than any other disease. This is due It only costs a quarter. Can -i
r sold by sawannee Drug regular Uniform Examination for thing Is wrong with your' kidneys. to the disease being so Insldjoos thatIt you afford to risk so much for 'so i

. d-w teachers will take place at the Suwan- Weak diseased kidneys frequently ge tsa good hold on the system be- EWe} BUY IT NOW t

nee High School building Tuesday cause a break down of the entire sys- fore it Is recognized. Foley's Kid-

o _4 when she dis- June 4. A, D, 1907.. All who expectto tem. DeWItt's Kidney and Bladder ; ney Cure will prevent the develop-
a ence, just as take this examination will be on Pills afford prompt relief weak kidneys -: ment of fatal disease If taken in time. KILLTcOIiGii =

554 4p wAeII he wrote hand at 8 o'clock a. m.,. with pen. backache. Inflammation of the ': City Pharmacy d-w
x Seott began paper legal cap ink and certificate bladder and all urinary troubles. AND CURE THE LUNCS 3 1

b' when he was 43; of recommendation; and the usual Sold by City Pharmacy. -' i
' 'M 2 when the hegiras examination fee of one dollar.ReapectfuUy. Tackey Skating and Band Concertat WITH Dr. King's.New .
I the Auditorium Wednesday night.A _
118of his, great ,
wash any kind of prize will be awarded to the boy I
wan b4 years olds J. E. WOOD. Snjt. IAVA9URA Moth or Lee to ,deans
Ii USE ,
! tilled h3i Illumination -I-work.painter!ur- and girl wearing the tackeyest cos Di.sc
Disturbed the Congregation. niter,etc.:to scour floor, iron poto-or cook g j jot tumes. Music will be furnished by PBICSa
&-nd
e Darwin -The person who disturbed the congregation ani. remove dandruff or*perspiration.. Ask' the Fifth City Brass Band. Admission oucHS a
s as past their for it send his name to i FOR (+ 'c $1.00.
1d-aura last''Sundays by eontlnualy your grocer or ,. adults 15c; children lOc. Benefit OLDS trial Betle Fru
P bs aeitbsl. coughing'is requested td buy"a"bottle Chemical Co. I Fifth City Brass Band. liD ALL tHROAT AND lUNG TBOUBU8.OUABAHTnSJB .
. Lavadura
"The ,
3r
origin of Foley's Honey and Tar. City Pharmacy I SATISPACTO3 '1

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OVERFLOW LOCALS. way J. H, Powell, treasurer of the -4 :*/**

Live Oak PerryGulf.. We understand
Yesterday there "was" issued a''warrant iBy'universal
that this change of officers will
In Judge.Conner's court charg1-
not affect the persoael of"the, general
Robert Key West, colored with
Ing OCR
office In our city and all clerks
exhibiting pistol'not in self defense.
and employees will retain their regular ,
the trial It developed the
During positions. Mr. Tilt might not be
Key West was manipulating a
Bob
as well known to the people generally
blind tiger, assisted by a dusky '
of Suwannee county ,as he Is
damseL Deputy Sheriff Bailey ar-
to the city editor of the Democrat.We .
rested the pair and they are now Under '
hare known him for years in
bond for their appearance before
F Georgia and a better man never ,liv-
the criminal_ court in June.:
ed. Although a man of considerable

wealth he is easily approached and
Civil Engineer Ellis who has been
has always been known to be fair
4 with the Florida Railway since the
and square with his employees. A
first rail was laid, has resigned his '
man In hist employ with a grievance Red Rock
position and will move his family to testimony
can submit It to him. and he will
Jacksonville in the next two days. We
have a full and fair hearing. R. L. Eruit Punch has been awardedthe
had considered Mr. Ellis and his ex-
Dowllng of this city, is too well ,.
cellent family permanent fixtures In unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiyeB
of
need palm .
known by our, people to commendation 'a tl i
Live Oak and were surprised yester- and should be
'from us. Heis a Suwan- success to all social functions, prepared in acci*$ ;
day evening when we heard of, their _
ne%county man, a'genUe"'nian of mor V with the following: :
contemplater removal. However, we
al wort hand courage; and no one FORMULA =
do not believe they can remainawaylong.
will deny that when he thinks he Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests r;
They have too many friends (Quantity )
is In the right he will stick to his 6 LEMONS '
here to stay away. ORANGES 1 PlNEAPPtzz
beliefs, e'en' though,the heavens fall 4 QUARTS REll ROCK GINGER ALE :

and when he la shown he has madea *
1 PINT MARASCHINO
We hear it rumored that one of 1 1 POUND SUGAR CHERRIES ,
mistake, he will "fall down" as
z Live Oak's former belles but now readily as any of us, and rectify his Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sog- u j

located at East Park is about to error J. Lee Ensgln, as presidentof allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juiceSf:f

step off the carpet, and her frequent of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before ,
the Live Oak Perry & Gulf in the pint : serving a4d
visits to Live Oak. in quest of bridal
best selection that could possibly be the four quarts of Red Rock. ,
robes etc.. lead us to believe we are
made. We have known Mr.. Ensignfor
'correctly informed. Miss L- is
several years and he Is jno
one of our sweetest girls and all
stranger to the people of Suwannee
who know her will wish her bon
and Lafayette counties. As a mana-
voyage on the matrimonial sea. 't ..,
ger of men he has an excellent reputation Teachers Summer Training Schools'to
Also, all who know her will shower
and labor, organized or unorganized be Conducted at Tallahassee and I
him who will
congregations upon NOTICE 1
f ,
respect his wishes. J. H. Will
lead her to the altar. Gainesville-These Schools .
I Powell, as treasurer of the road accepts '
.
June 17th and Continue
a position that is clerical in Its Open on I To Contractors and Prospective Builders 1B
L. A. Peacock one of Perry's Weeks.Tallahassee .
nature and' he is responsible only to for Eight

prosperous the city last young evening merchants and today.was'Mr ia, the ,officials of the company. However Fla., May 14,1901. THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SOW (a

Peacock, of course ordered the Daily we know Mr. Powell personally Hon.W. M, Holloway. state superintendent -

and know him to be a man of of, instruction announces
public
his address at Per- "'
Democrat, sent to honor and rectitude, and will add the faculties of the Teach will furnish you your Lime, Cement Bu.
He formerly lived at Pinemount,
ry.
in this county, and it will take him strength to the new company. ers' Summer Training Schools. It Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick

many a year to think that Taylor .. .-- will be observed that he has selected OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for .
Contracted for Cars. work, the j
county Interests him more than Su- to do this important

'" wannee although he may be domcil- Atlanta. Ga.. May 13. The Atlanta strongest faculties ever employed to

One can't forget do a similar .work in this state. ; Live Oak Brick &
ed in Taylor. Just Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad The Supply t

the beauties of Suwannee. Even Company is to place the contract for Faculty of_ the Teachers' Summer

Editor Pound has a longing for Live 1.730 new cars. The order will Include Training" School Located at ... ..

Oak and he had rather starve here 1,000 coal cars, 500 flat cars Gainesville

than live prosperously elsewhere. 200 box cars and 30 cabooses at a a

cost estimated from 11,500.000 to \V. F. Yocum,:dean of the Normal

'" the 1750000. Department of.the University of the
"Capt. Hawkins one of best I ..

city marshals Perry ever had is here ; State of Florida principal. Psychology '

this week as a witness in a acse before Married In Live Oak, Pedagogy II USOUTIIERNBLJSINESS Q

W. E. Knibloe principal of the _
the cricuit court. "Cap" is a chip Mr. A. S. Coffin, of this city and '

off the old black-Is not /raid of any Miss Katie Surasky were married at Duval High Sckool; Botany, Zoology.

; person who totes a gun, and will:get the residence of. the bride's parentsat'LIve'Oak. Physics.

out in the middle of the street and on 'Thursday last. Mr. Geo. M. Lynch principal of the I

shoot it out with any man who op- Jasper Normak Institute; ArithmeticI. _
Coffin and his charming bride arrived ,
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'
poses him in the discharge of his ., Algebra, Geometry Trigonometry.Tom -
here yesterday and are now occupy- : iF_
duty. On .the other hand he is not ing the cottage on Beech street be- F. McBeath, principal of the

prone to "pull" a man for a trivial tween Fifth and Sixth streets which Gainesville Graded and High School;

'the Rhetoric, English Literature, English tr
offense and such officers are best the thoughtful groom had elegantly t

Grammer L, Composition.J. .
the country affords. We have them .
furnished, and in readiness for occupancy -
right here in Live Oak, and Perry by himself and bride.Fernandina H. Workman principal of the

-: is to be congratulated upon adoptingthe News. Ocala High School; General History,

Live Oak style. Physical Geography Arithmetic II.,

Orthography.
The Ladies ot St. Luke's Church Will
W. H. Russell:, principal of the
Miss Sallie Shuler, a charming and Hold a Fair at the Skating Rink

popular young lady of Bristol Liberty May 21 to May 23. Starke High School; Latin, Physiology I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEM

Civil Government.
Fla..
county passed through Madison
The ladies of St. Luke's Church, Miss Almena Leitner. Summerlin
last Sunday en route to Lee. at which
LIve Oak, will hold a fair at the Institute
; United States
place she will have charge of the History, For _
the next three months a FOUR MONTES'will
Skating Rink beginning Tuesday,
Florida '
high school there. Miss Shul r. be- History, Political Geography be $3W*
issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT, tot only
May, 21st and continuing through to English Grammar II.
sides being a thoroughly educated i ;
Thursday the 23rd for the purposeof Mrs. Ella LaF. Hamilton prin- Special courses in all Departments have been 10 aaqi;
young lady. Is exceedingly popular, s
raising money to clear the rectory cipal of the Primary Department of student entering on this special offer: can finish within tfcit
and her friends are legion. This ,is -
,property ,of debt. Friends and the the Starke High School + scholarship.
Primary
;
her second term taught at Lee.-
; Madison New Enterprise. We are II public generally are requested to Methods, Reading. ':This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to mia

give them their patronage. The fol- u..at.
Do with
personally acquainted with Miss Faculty of the Teachers Summer you wish your salary increased? Enroll

Shuler and a better teacher or bet- booths lowing ladies will have charge of Training School Located at help you to a good paying position, or get a better one flan'**
:
ter young lady does not live in Flor.. Tallahassee
Ice cream lemonade and sherbet WRITE FOR CATALOG.SOUTHERN .
ida We are in hopes that inasmuch
Mrs. Barclay, :Miss Lucas and Miss L. W. Bucholz. dean of the Normal
as Miss Sallie is drifting this way
Grubb. Department of the Florida
from the ,Apalachicola river she will Collegefor

finally locate in Suwannee county. Cake-Miss Annie Grubb. I Women, principal; Psychology BUSINESS I C

Larkin Booth-rs. Carrell and i Pedagogy.B. .

Mrs. Wasdin. C. Bond rant, professor of An-
We do not like the idea of Live
CandY-Miss Rie Porter. cient Languages Florida College for Iii LIVE OAK FLORIDALM.HATTON
Oak capital being Invested elsewhere, ,
Home Women
Booth-Mrs. Needham and ; Latin Civil Government.

but perhaps the profits accruing Mrs. Helvenston. Jerome :McNeil, professor, of Na- Ii President G. S. surl\t.\ S
therefrom will build; up Live Oak in
I Drug Booth-Mrs. Butler and Mrs. tural Sciences, Florida College for
the future. Our monied men are j Geo. E. Carter Sr. Women
,
; Botany Zoology Physics.
nun 111 mil HIM-
Just now
investing freely and hun
; Soda Water Booth-Mrs. Robbins Arthur Williams. professor of His-1

dreds of thousands of dollars are be- : and Mrs. Goggins. tory, Florida College for Women;
ing placed In different sections of
I
General History United States and ', t
-
the state that really in our opinion

.. ought to be placed right here in Live II.Florida History Political Geography BOTTLED

Oak. There is more money in lackey SkatingAND
I.
I. Himes. principal of the Pal-
manufactories in Live Oak than thereis
atka High School, English
in all the sawmill and turpentine Literature -
Physical Geography Political E
business one can hatch up in South
Geography I., Artlhmetlc I. 1Hrin
Florida Investments here are sure
Band ConcertAT L. B. Edwards principal of
the -
to be permanent. Investments of the
Live Oak High School; City Cow
Rhetoric Joys
character mentioned in South Flor- k
THE English Grammar. !
ida are liable to be bubbles. True, Composition

some money will be made upon them, Orthography. Bottled Coca-Cola has this adv8flt
F.
A.
Hathaway '"' E
,, but-It Is safer to invest In Live Oak AUDITORIUMWednesday Orlando principal, of the drawn from a fountain-tr eve29 -
High School
improvements. Just bear this in ; Arithmetic II., absolutely right Where every
Algebra Geometry
mind gentlemen.At Miss Rowena Trigonometry. automatically measured out, theme i 9
NightA Longmire.
professorof for clerk. *
carelessness by a i>
English Normal Department Flor- freshejs and invigorates and makes possible ***S0'*
a meeting yesterday, H. H. ida College for Women strength lawy68 t
; Primary without loss are
TUt of Tifton Ga., was eelcted prize will be awarded to the boy Methods, Reading.The insist on Crown Label or md m be sure here

president of the 'Dowllng Lumber Co.:, and girl wearing the tackeyest cos- faculty of the Teachers' Sum- YOU pRUl!

R. L. Dowling, f this city rice LOOK DCrORB
tumes. Music will be furnished by mer Training School located at the 3

president; J. Lee Ensign president, Colored 'Normal School {
the Fifth City Brass Band. Admis- Tallahassee,
of the, Live Oak Perry & Gulf RaiJ- will be announced later.
sion adults 15c children
lOc. Benefit
presidents ; -
I way R. L. Dowllng vice

the, Lire Osk, Perry .#= Gulf Railr -, Fifth City Brass Band.
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