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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 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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
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r.\S&E SENATOR: VYH1TPHOUCS T I ,

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IMPROVEMENTS : THEN MARRIES


Bill taking Ap- -
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Explanation-- Witness
for aa Addition to One Day Marries Next and

Capital Is Called Contemptible =
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Mo., May 15.-Joplin, Ga-
calendar of the ses-
i yesterday turned offt Lamar and Chicago figured in

of routine business,, g7 Q. r+ the biggest court sensations of

ing'of a number of im- when A. Roy Fuller, who won

ares before them. Bey in Lamar against Budd }
the lower house will
,
a wealthy mine
operator
r sessions, in accordnace j\lTcz
and who secured dI-
ilutfon of Mr. Wilson, ottdopted : ; a
", yesterday. The ; from his wife last week, was

will be from eight to back from Chicago in order
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sad only bills on second 7- __-1 ) is marriage to Mrs. Fan- }

I be considered at night. ; 4 i I r..2i which was solemnized the
-' of bills have j
i irJe'number :
he got his decree. Judge
few days none have
last
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Gray listened to Fuller's ex-
tted to the governor for
that he had proposed to
of the absence of
,became
right after the divorce
ft Matthews on account of ill-
.
|'it is doubtful whether the i.WIllIfr? # said that he had not called
uthorize the Speaker pro 1 / -I t
i women since he and his wife
tie bills. A resolution
Ii as he did not think it pro-
was Introduced yester- .

Ir. MacWilliams:.discussion ,was but with-after ;l I I I ou"re a Liar".Says Judge., ,

-tb expected that the speak- '' E l i lI1llIII Fuller, you are a liar. You !

i,veil enough to return toHeaijbt. : 'i'i' yourself" said the

-.. .. in cutting tones. He then pull- -
of representatives yes- bundle of letters from his

defeated the constidmeat __ __ _-_ Webster, in Chicago and in a low tone of voice
of Mr. Matthews, Fuller If he knew a certain

g the office of legislature. I DIED FROM NERVOUS:SHOCK, McCALL MURDER woman in Chicago. "Only in'

by a Tote of 26 to special order I i I way" answered Full r. J ,

a majority and five morning In the Orlando Man Loses Life 'by Plank Is Being Tried in with tier, that is au.."

g hired three-fifths, Senate bill Accklently Striking His Side. day-Hard Fought Is-no man for whom I have -

i wade a most able and mell, proposing (Reporter-Star.) contempt than you," said the
-at la favor of hU up in ,the, George Stevens a well known The court this .
.the. standpoint of : member of more visitors than have front' the let -
i on second r the carpenter's union and Gray then read
kiwerameat;but while his offered 'a I foreman at the Macey wagon.""shops attendance at this term show that,Fuller had written

received with respect, tically the same superintending the work being interest being In' the girl stating his suit for di :"

did not carry with which was done by a circular saw, in the shopor case which hearing had been denied and'he could,
fiction desired. time ago and Saturday. when by some means morning. A jury was Committee."k: her until he had refiled his

by discussion in the y the end of the plank flew up and ,violently witnesses are being Chicago. ..,; ,
r morning. Mr. Mel- disposed of by struck him in the abdomen, far good progress has letter written the, next it ;

prtatlng 25,000 for ago, in that it knocking him prostrate.He it is very probable that to the girl that he bad,' ;

the governor's mansion, value of was taken'at once to the houseof be before the*jury by conference,with his wife and

additional lots sur- receipts of Mr,C. E.;Felter ,where medical aid at least, if not perhaps had agreed to forget the

.>u passed on third fead- ate voted down was givenhim and it ;was thought Hardee state attorney, would live together hence- .J I

s of IT to 12. Ur. Mac- vote of 15 to 8 there was nothing In the injury Itself ':the case and making all "I am the hapiest man In the )

lead the fight against the announced both < to prevent recovery but the sible and is representing wrote Fuller. j i

opinions of a na- made no Y nervous strain was too-Tnuch for the his usual able manner. Scott Fuller's attorney, j
Roberson and Small t
,lng but complimentary ing the man and he died Sunday morning ; are to be sworn. He said he f
eetoral features of the covered I'j It is a.particularly sad case, as heleaves. 'defense and as the of the letters and ab- .

declaring ."the state Two, a wife and several children considerable reputation himself of all responsibility. I
tare the darned old thing sidered by the who were, dependent upon him for 1 lawyers' the.fight they .

.1Ill41i over again." 'Mr. on, third I support. expected to be a hard 'PRESEXEMEXT.. .;
of ground being contested.McCall's
foremost amongst the..de- prohibiting the
tU bill, holding that tfce habitual dr SEIGLER DROPPED J)EAD.I plea is not Jury Make General Present J
t to have f charge which is murder .
enough pride inAttentive table subject to and Discharged Tuesday.
I He Was a Prominent'Merchant of degree. The '
mansion to earriJlrGperl71 Smith bill 'Hon. B. H. Palmer, judge '.
Waldo. murder is still fresh in '
Mr. MacWil- house Third' Judicial Circuit in and {
move I Waldo May 14.-W. D. Siegler a most of the citizens of
this ,
morning to Florida
move strictions the ; county, :
prominent merchant dropped deadon killing occurred last '
mion of the vote upon wet to dry i i grand jury duly chosen and 4
of the i the stret at 8:45 o'clock tonight.He J O'Brien. Ed. McCall.
with and sworn for the
hULwas passed was walking with W. A. McLennaand man was a brother to
posse wrestling gett's telegraph I term of said court, A. D. 1907.
talking when he fell unconsciousand I The jury in above
uor'i mansion bill, the third completed -our labors, beg
reading;
troubles "was dead before Dr. Boring could lows: J. W. Hobbs
.of a similar na- make this Qur general pre-
1euth1 authorizing reach him. i'JJ Green C. B. Haynes,
discussion Mr. sioners to .
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H. B. Brown., J. F.
.roytd1ug Jorr a supreme i The house r whose rounder claims" to oe a reincarnation 1 Humphreys M. L. I grateful to the Giver of all i
sindeanltely; post-I bill I t of Jesus Christ, and who the many blessings bestowed 3
}fr, Tucker, M. C. Hingson
1I114IOn'hill provld- aid to high also asserts that we all live inside of : Brown. These are people on,every hand we see 'f

al wings.to, the pre- schools, and the I'I the earth instead of outside, neitherof and the verdict whatever prosperity, ', people are J-

,1'U tilled on third read- Mr. Harvell of which views are generaly accepted will doubtless be a just and happy'! We;are to, be
ed
vote, which, doubt- appropriation f (n Lee county. Another local bill Bart, McCall; on our schools through '
; : was
session ucla all hopes training school. passed both houses abolished county, a general Interest in l!
the ; stand at two o'clock p. m.
Itatt 014 crowded condl-I An unusual I municipal organization of Fort story, which took the shows our people are inter 1
capitol, ed in the house Brook. It was Introduced in the sen-I plea of self defense and the education of the youth 1

'ihe committee appointed' to the matter of .by Mr. Crane of the eleventh f assault a higher civilization and 1 t
: Internal 'ImproTt,1I4..des1Ga.ted by Mrs Willis, | engineered through the house by of our conditions morally, "

by the to the public' Decker, of Hlllsborouglu In view f and religiously. j
It the Favors the Temperance
1'tnoletlub" ,and warmly opposed the fact that the inhabited portion roads, while not in good .

,iii 'titommittpe" on ae- ,TaJl r1./ 'The' the municipality has Just been an- I Resolution unanimously are passable,'however we
lMIUtJ;pt holding execu- I gentlemen from to the city1 of Tampa unless church full of people ,upon our county board to
,0111, Emitted I 3 diligence in' them
a report very closely on governor should veto the bill May : improving ,
the lOUa4t ot representsIrther and after several! lch is not probable, the second bill Be it resolved. That it as not to 'heap' unreasonable'

Instructions. by Mr. Taylor not affect the late municipality '.of the Baptist Ministers' i on the people.
,- -te4 th&t'the committee table -'bn'- motion very seriously. Wilfred Clarkson, sembled in Palm II the jail kept in as clean
ibe fund back to bill was passed of the Hlllsborough Demo- ':Tampa that the condition as is possible # x

'btJ..aad that the expense rules: with only county committee and a lead- of Tampa and Florida circumstances. "' -I i
"-3 hO5 h. be I by legislature Honor, Judge B. H.
: In excess Mr. Taylor and cigar manufacturer of Fort Brook sage your Palmer
eir OPlnJOn.lt would A bill by Mr. now, at the capitol watching affairs. jug bill, now pending, our thanks for his kind-
amble resolution for the prompt 'dispatch'of
to invest- ed both houses Clarkson has been accredited in the -
by bact to 1855 AS the rules j sources with a part In the an- article 19 of the I business. s

', Jo1 t resolution. of Estero which of the "Bully" to Greater:i I mitting to the vote of the wish to thank CoL C: 'A.,

.b.stn1ona, as to of beingthe i and while modestly as- ]{I for ratification or : state's attorney, for this able'
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t3teport Crane .n41 -
to Senator
...s theirthe area in the j the honor I ;
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tr close 'la 144 square ) Decker he does it with a qUI t.?:l I "f ... 'CHARLES B. OLLIFF, Foreman. .
I(..-0Ul4 be eOnt1n= by Dr. Syrus which indicates that the action ': ,'W.'D.,: TUR :& C. PINKHAM_ ,'Clerk.. "
d 1907. : :
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NEW PL.tOF THE COTTON A European idea is maps especial-I

TRADE JOURNAL. ly prepared for aeronauts giving the I .. .
position of the principal objects such ,

Combines Magazine Features"lth as the, bends of the rivers factories I

Commercial Articles.An railway Junctions, etc.. which can be -

, original idea has been used in easily distinguished from the car of .

the publication of The Cotton.Trade a balloon Similarly all the great

Journal/'by its editor Mr. Julius A. .centers,of light will be indicated on
Nelson. The idea Is'the combination the maps for use in night traveling. Everybody Ought to Drink Red RocK

of trade literary features. The
Cotton Trade sand Journal has been issued ,I qty Best Friend. : It is one of the most delightfully refreshing drinks

for the last six years as an exclusively Alexander Benton who lives on made-It is one of the very few drinks that did not

trade paper but for the May issue I Rural Route 1. Fort Edward N. Y.. have to change its formula one particle to conform to

it has put on a handsome new suit.! says; "Dr. King's New Discovery is the Pure Food
Law. It has be n-is and always will
While the trades have not been neglected -i my best earthly friend. It cured me ,
the new publication has de- of asthma six years ago. It has also ; be absolutely pureRavens .

voted the bulk of its forty pages to performed a wonderful cure of In- w ,,j THE RED ROCK CO. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
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magazine matter. wife. The first bottle ended the ter-;

The opening article is by the editor rible cough and this accomplished

on "The Planter and the Railroads,": the other symptoms left one by one, .r..r S. H

an able discussion of the relation of until she was perfectly well. Dr.

the cotton men and the transportation -: King's New Discovery's power over ,
companies. "Poultry Raising In' coughs and colds Is simply marvelous. -

the South" is discussed by Willam G.Sutllve. ." No other remedy has ever

a well-known Savannah equaled It. Fully guaranteed by Barclay -
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newspaper man who is also a pouf' & Groover druggists. 50c and are generally
regarded "
as the "cave. Demond &U of M
says he used to without the,
try fancier. A story and a discussion I $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w birds of 111 omen, but the ancient
grow mushrooms in Detroit and St. animals. Their pJoI
of the drama of the Danes
are parts considered them
a good portent Joseph, and uI
was successful In their harvestizt
magazine which is liberally embel- At a fire In a hoqje at Hescham. King Alfred believed that If I!seeding.
culture. He motor
received 90 cents a all done with
lished with illustrations and printed England the other day a man. hearing .the Danes were destined to
in superb style.In that a roast of beef was In the 'victory over him the signal gain a pound for them. His first crop if j I trip to ton 1111II.11'
would be
the "caves" prove the right place for II It is claimed tUt 89*
the market department upland kitchen oven gallantly rushed into given by the apearance of a live crow the I I fe6
the burning building and amid the mushrooms will be ready for put the prairie isle
cotton, sea island cotton rosins, tur- flying on the middle of the enemy'sunfurled
pentine and lumber are Intelligently .cheers of the crowd soon emerged flag; but that if the enemy market in about six weeks. 1.DeWitt's 1 tter. heavy maciiasjdor Titi5"*

treated from the standpoint of an ex- bearing the rescued family dinner. were doomed to suffer defeat the flag by horses >
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Carbolized Ubor
pert. The advertising columns of the would hang limp. Perhaps the Danes Witch Hazel rubber of
publication are liberally patronized -Kidney complaint kills more people selected the raven for their standardout Salve does not merely heal on the surface -' ployed.

chiefly by cotton and kindred lines. than any other disease. This is due of feelings of gratitude for be- ; it penetrates the pores and ,

Mr. Nelson, the editor and publisher to the disease being so insidious that fore the invention of the promptly relieves pain caused by BROh

was the founder of the Cotton I it ge tsa good hold on the system be- they are said to have mariner'scompass found bolls, burns, scalds, cuts and skin 'i Readily Yield to S

Trade Journal six years ago and has fore It Is recognized. Foley's Kidney him extremely useful. The diseases. It Is especially good for TreatnCTtBronchial eU
only
piles.
had extensive publishing experience. Cure will prevent the development method of determining whether land Beware of imitations. Sold by I' trool ha;

The price of the magazine is $1 a I of fatal disease if taken in time. was near was to let loose a raven.If City Pharmacy. d. They cannotdosing. be > .

year. City Pharmacy. d-w the bird saw land he sailed away A block of They $

forever; if he did not he returned to 85 tons granite weighing over don In the sir 1
The Life Insurance In the almshouse of Beaminster. the ship. and measuring 6x19 feet was relieved and eazed>a
England is recently taken from Bethel (Vt.)
muddle has started the public to a man whose hair hangs a. i alone Ia thlt

thinking.. The wonderful success that down over his shoulders. The masterof Notice to Our Customers. D.quarry C. to It be shipped to Washington great success of n*
has met Ballard'a Horehound Syrup the institution explains that he has required a specially built treatment of too** 'd
not had the man's hair -We are pleased to announce that derick and two hoisting to !
in its crusade on Coughs, Influenza. cut becauseIn Foley's engines The first **!*
summer he "travels for a hair re- Honey and Tar for coughs perform the feat. _. "
Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troub- colds 'I medicated air f00Ttlon.
storer." and lung troubles is not affected
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les-has started the public to think- stops
by the "Here's the'd
National Pure Food to your health
and and
ing of this wonderful preparation.They I hop- permat
If You becomes
Don'tsucceed Drug law as it contains Plness'-DeWltt's
no
opiates Little
or I Early Risers
all It. Join the
using
are procession
the first time other suits.
use IIerbine harmful drugs, and we recom- famous little pills. Nasty, sick
with sickness.
and down and you will get instant relief. The mend it as a safe remedy for child-!headache or biliousness HyO-mei
Price.. 25c. 50c and $100. Sold by may come on In t1'
greatest liver regulator. A positivecure ren and adults. City Pharmacy d-w any time; the cure is able cures
an Early Riser. of
d-w
Suwanee Drug Co. for forms
Constipation, Dyspepsia Sold by city chronic
Pharmacy. *
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Malaria Chills and all liver com- Atchinson I and is soldHyomel by t 1
Kan., "
will soon have
An effort is being made under dir- plaints. Mr. Cof Emory. Texas, underground mushroom an ]' the same gu
farm. Farming
ection of William Redmond to repeal writes: "My wife has been using Her- Mound.. Between Without Horses. to gip
and
Laramie. (Arlington
on the ad
the law which prohibits the growingof bine for herself and children for five west side of ;Eighth Correspondence St. Paul that is. tor
street,
tobacco in Ireland. It is held that years. It is a sure cure for constipation long damp, spooky are two Pioneer Press.) the remedy *
valuts
of
soil and climatic conditions in Ire- and malaria fever which is sub- brewery that stood over them a Sully county: claims to have the ,tion THe eoapies

land are favorable to the productionof stantiated by what it has done for J. A. Demond has leased years''ago. most perfect example extant of a 61.00.
a good quality of tobacco and that my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug 'caves.* He has been these Horseless farm. The Grosecloses'brothers '
reading
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sot part with It for lucky sellers.
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LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. ]lars, Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
$1.00 $1.25 and $1.50 Fancy Vests, Wash Ties etc.. to our
Win practice in an the courts of the State.
ial attention given to Conveyance. Co I Laundry, and you will have them :-'1
__ of Rent..Etc. All buaineea promptly
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Per We the Florida salesman. Watch for :;;
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fork Non-alcoholic. t
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t..1r1th., ,fa.Clulte- hard irritating to accomIt tsCVrs o The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I II per call on H. H. PETTY, at I I I Good forncf7bod The genuine Sold erery where.. ;

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: f LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRATPublished LIVE Oak OAK'S wants the AMBITION.Live capital remov-. I}I YISITTME: POPULAR HEALTH AND'PLEASURE RESORT i s .':t\.r YO\1 :.


4- every Afternoon. ed from Tallahassee. That is. she ?

Except Sunday. wanU-to'be herself the capital city of DOW LING ;J A.RKwaf appreciat.Clothing "

,
i Florida. Live Oak is nothing if not
Editor and )Ia'g"r.Entered .
J. F. SHERWOOD. ambitious.'She feels that she Is about

at the Postoffice, Live Oak !the proper size for the seat of the .;.; ,to-, CM. THE SUW'- *'*;EE IIYD' : /
.
Florida., as Second Class Mall Mat- i state government. Her growth in : .

Y ter. November 7. 1905. :population of nearly 334 per:: cent In Mineral Springs,. Hotel 1 and Cottages

i the five years ending in 1905 ,and reason
s -:' THE LIVE OAK PUBL1SHIEG' COHPA8Y. i her nearly central position are {wo HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED BILUAORD TABLES.TABLE. TELEGRAPH GOOD BEDS.ANT! RUNNINCi' i .j-II
'! WATER IN EVERY R)6I.
I points that are strongly urged. But PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVIUUONS. BOATS. ETC::1!
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be the Live Oak Democrat is generous. 17MILESFROMLIVEOAK.ONLIVEOAKPERR.Y ; ;
of the United I RATES REASONABLE ECT.OATUyCOA WnHAU.mm
mailed to any part &GULF. CO
% lit does not desire,an easy victory for
prepalr for $5.00
States postage its city. A victory over rivals
many
per year $2.50 for six months; PflRK HOTEL DOWbING PflRK. FLORIDfl LivE;O"KIf
w ould be glorious. Therefore It says: ADDRESS
$1.25 for three ninths or 50 centsfor
"The resolution for the amend-
fire weeks Sn advance. Delivered r
to any part of the city by ment to remove' the capital to Live i \\ ,
.
carrier for 10 cats per week. Oak bas not as yet been passed by - - -


The pungent':paragrapher and :the I the fact house we are, but perfectly notwithstanding willing that that If 's iliWiRN BUSINESS COLLEGESPECIAL ii iiI

r kingdom of heaven have not yet Jacksonville enter the race, also i

established any fraternal relations,for Ocala, Lake City, Gainesville Miami ,

the future.-Atlanta Georgian. Key West. Tampa. Orlando, I e1S&- .

cola. Tallahassee, and all and every '. .. i it "
:f.
old John L. Sulli other city in Florida.: Let the I
Notwithstanding : '.
,
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van's oft repeated statement that he scramble be interesting in the ,
will never fight again it is announcedthat extreme that the race may be fast and \ "J" :'

he isto get married soon.- furious. Live Oak would rather win I J ]

Macon News. from the whole bunch than from any 1 : < '
one of them." .' ,

Samuel L. Clemens (Mark 'Twain) Yet a doubt assails us that the en- ,
thusiasm for capital removal extends
has been offered the degree of bachelor I I.
very far beyond the Democrat office. ,
I of letters by Oxford University ,
With a voting population of 1.628 in
and willsail for England on June
1905, Live Oak cast only 139 votes at :t
8 to receive the honor.
the recent special election for state ANNOUNCEMENTFor

s 1. senator. This indicates that the people
The Democrat Is In receipt of a mJ
of Live Oak,are not taking a very ::1
of the twenty-second annual
copy
lively interest in state affairs Just
catalogue of the Stetson University. now.'timesUnion. the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' "

This great university now under the will be issued good in ANY.DEPARTMENT, for only $30.00. :! ,
The Times-Union may well dismiss
able and efficient direction of Dr. Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged that a '
the "doubt" that "assails" it, for the
,Hulley is doing a 'fine work and is student entering on this special offer can finish within the limit of< the :'
same doubt or one very much like it '
growing stronger every day. scholarship.This ::1'
has "assailed" us, and from what we t
can see it has prett ygenerally "1.15- is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. ", i

': 'The consolidated' Realty Company' sailed" the entire state press. But Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us,,and we will : j I ....r.r FSww.

of Waycross. bas: bought a ,large for the "doubt that assails":Live Oak help you to a good paying position;or get a better one than yon now have. N1CMAU.3.311MLCL02'

..", tract of land at White Springs; and might now be rejoicing over, the much .1 M.rae sls
_: WRITE. FOR CATALOG.
'r will a tonce build a more coveted prize.

cottages thereon for rent. They propose Then there is another thing that

.., spending $1,000.Improving. the bobs up unexpectedly, and keps bob- I If you are, you eati''
'- property and $3,000 for advertising bing up unexpectedly all the time- SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE **
I
It that's the "139". Oh, had it only expecting toseerssn

3 ben 140, 142. 137 how J
or even different interest you in csrtrs
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The Tampa Evening News, Ed. It might, have been, and bow .3"' JJVE OAK,. FLORIDA

Lambrifht, editor, is one of the best much more bearable. The Ocala i and varied stock of s

's and most Intelligenty edited newspapers Banner cried "139" at us the first :_L.MtflflTTONFreslfl6nl- ; G.S. STEPflG'NS,. Principal new clothing for

,, in the state, pays the Demo- thing, now the Times-Union uses the i
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,crat the' following compliment: "The "139" on us; others too numerous to I III I I I I II II III I I III I II I I I I II I I I II II I I 1I I Summer. which is stm. :

,soundness and good sense of the posi mention have handed us the "139"
tion taken,by the Live Oak Democrat until we are about willing to concede THAT'S THE MAN. FOR GOVERNOR CONFEDERATE VETERAN RE h and' assortment is at?

on every question of State moment that "139" has, for the present defeated What Florida should' have In her I UNION.Richmond 'that shnwnjby tlelsll

Is a testimonial to the ability our object. next governor Is a man of education ...' : .

and ripened judgment of those who A brighter day Is coming when sufficient to'use'the English language. V.. -ing establishmeniscfSr
*' doubts will correctly and address himself intelligently -: "
direct Its editorial policy. not assail the minds of t'
: If ia
City.
the children of men, and In that day to any and all public questions! The Seaboard Air Line Railway yen -

A brary given to a Pennsylvania when special elections are held _.In of State. A man who has been usedto I announces low excursion rates from 'this Spring to see fef,.

toWn by Andrew Carnegie, is reported Live Oak, we hope men will be placedon thought, study and action along I all Florida points, made'one cent per "
offer in
S 'ttf:have had but one patron In a year. guard to see that the election Is lines of'great public moment. :A man mile, .to' Richmond, Va., and return value we

The librarian ascribes the popular declared null and void rather than're- of mental power.; ." A man of public account of the Re-Union. Tickets on f

neglect to roller skating, cards and cord as total votes cast .'139." experience A"1 man of absolute mor- sale May 26, '27, 28, 29 and 30th. .

baseball. Another cause might be Live Oak will not at the present al character and uprightness not onlyIn The Seaboard operates double daily i MICUALESM i

discovered by inspection of the cats push her claims for the state capital. his own 'person but in his ideals.A service from Tampa Jacksonvilleand

logue. Sometimes, to use a paradoxical She cannot" well afford to do it so man who would not debase himself other Florida points. Extra I

expression a library would be bet long as the "doubt" keeps "assailing"*" nor degrade tIre high office of governor through Pullman sleepers and day

ter If It were not quite so good-that and the cry of'"139" is heard or a lowei" office of any sort by coaches have been arranged, so all
fINEClO.
Is to say. If It contained less of the throughout the length and breadth of. bribery, vote buying, whisky treatingor may be made comfortable I

strictly solid and severely classical this Fair Stat any other low down slum method: In order to -allow their patrons to

and more to tempt the average per We will see you later, about this of gaining a political victory. visit the Jamestown Exposition, the

son without highly 'cultivated-liter subject when a new number can be In fact a man who will stand the Seaboard' will honor return portionof You'shouldn't delta

ary taste to the acquirement of the recorded, .and the "enthusiasm" will peer of any governor of any'State In Richmond tickets front, tor .' Yoacsfti

library habit. tf.f I expend "far, beyond the Democrat office the Union, whom we shall not be month. The total round trip rates other day.

.- i .: '; ,',. ," even" unto the ends of the ashamed of or'make apologies for. from'some of the:important points; in !equal of this cddwrf-

W. S. Rossiter, who" has made a State. Is there any'such man around Florida, are as follows., : t
safe
here! Let him stand in Iowa
., study of publicity, says: "This industry up and show Jacksonville . ..-. .$13.75 anywhere
(printing and publishing) maybe Lawyer "Abe" Hummel will not be himself.--Orlando Reporter-Star. Lake City 13.75 more than'highgrade we I5L it

termed "the barometer of commercial a.prominent figure In the next Thaw ---9 Live Oak .1 13.75 '

prosperity.I It 'differs from trial. At the first trial the district CURES ALL?SKIN TROUBLES. Madison 14.00 depez:

all other Industries in that it deals attorney tried to use him as a material Monticello .,.:i :. ..-. 14.65 'rials !faultless 0 ding *

with every calling and is closely witness, but his testimonydidn't Sulphur the Accepted Remedy for Tallahassee ?. *';. .4 15.45 ;

Identfifed with the prosperity of each. amount to much, because hew a Hundred Years Gainesville ; ..." 15.is' andvanced np-t t hea

., A mWufacturer of" shoes' has but an sunder the ban of suspension from Sulphur Is one of the greatest Ocala ,. .:.:_-.. .-. 15.75 prJ

academic interest in the piano factory the bar and accused of crime. Now remedies nature ever gave to, man. Leesburg .'.,,. :. . 16.55 fashion

; but both the shoemaker and the he Is a convict with a year in the Every physician knows It cures 'skin Tavares ..*... ..., . . 16.70 selection wf, any .azJ-
penitentiary, ahead of him. A few I and blood
piano man interested in advertis troubles. HANCOCK'S uApopka .
".;::;?.'. 16.70 '
ing and prfntlns'.There are few call years ago Hummel was regarded as LIQUID ,SULPHUR, enables you to Orlando '...... ?.. .-..*.; .".' 16.70 $25.00 with-evert
-' Indeed one of the leading lawyers in New get the full benefit ; '
ings in' whtlche intelligentor In most convenient -' Dade City ., .7.17.05 !
the careless'sise York in, his specialty of handling form., Don't take <' permanenfSatis
of these agents sulphur Plant City-. _: f.!_ 17.55 *
does not mean the difference between theatrical and divorce cases. Fre- "tablets" 0."wafers." or powdered Tampa .- ;.. .. .'. .;...'. 17.55 you got the best flfi*
success and failure. quently suspected of crooked prac- sulphur in molasses. HANCOCK'S Manatee
.. "- tices, he was at.last "caught,with thegoods" LIQUID .- ,-. m 18.50 at the price joapHs:
: 0 SULPHUR Js pleasant to Palmetto ..? ... ... 18.50 J
and
must now wear stripes.- take and perfect In Its '
Peace has been- restored and the action. Drug- !Bradentown
Savannah . 18.50
Morning News.
.
gists sell it.
Indians in South Florida who were A well known Sarasota ?. ..... 18.70. Smart$3.001o Springy S, -
about to get on the""war path" can citizen of Danville, While these:rates
Defective Pa., writes "I are announced r .9
; have
Equipment.
had '
-
now return-to their.usual haunts in an aggravated for the' Confederate

the Everglades. The:bones, of'their San Luis Obispo, Cal., May 14.- casejof Eczema tor over'twen- open to the public.'n Veterans: they" ( t
ty-five
dead"chief,grill be.returned. The'Fort The coroner's jury after an investigation years. I have used seven 50- The Seaboard
have
cent battles Issued
of the LIQUID a very
Pierce'News says: R"The. bones o f as to the cause of the wreck of SULPHUR attractive and expensive
Chief Tom Tiger will soon be rest- the Shriners' train, found the wreck OINTMENT, and now I feel as though folder- devoted made
I had a brand entirely to this occasion. Leo pClothes
new
Ing In their'proper place in the Ever due to the defective equipment of the pair of hands. It lea of this
folder
glades. This fact was made evidentby Southern Pacific Railroad. has cured me and I am certain It will tion can be and. other Infolfla- in handsome .P
I cure anyone 'if they persist In obtained on application tailored to r
the receipt of a letter from the using to any Seaboard
man who ''took them away, saying MI Am 63. Good for 8'itt Says Man, HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR ac- agent or to their shape1

that they had been shipped, and Sheriff Gasps Dies. cording to directions. t Assistant S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., values that sell e

.. ,Carlton Is daily'expecting their ar Des Moines, la., May 15.- "I am "BUTLER EDOA L'9 Jacksonville.General Passenger Agent. to $10.50, here *|

.rival. When they arrive they will be 65 but sound as a dollar and good for Tackey Fin mentofattractirt
Immediately turned over to the Sem- at least 85." With the Skating and*Band Concert
sound of TackeY'
his
Skating
at the
notes and the matter ended so far Auditorium Wednesday night. and Band Concert to$7.50.
voice
own still at
lingering on his lips, the .
A prize Vl 11 Auditorium ..
as they are concerned, and no questions James Hadfield a pioneer ] pea e4'\to the )> vwweartag Wednesday' night.
of Polk
: be
asked. However If the apd it1 tae\.ey fee&. inK11* awarded the boy
culprit 1.
I county, testifying ,as .a. witness in a tumes. wearing: :
off :'as ( Music will be furnished the taeke1est'os-',
gets easily from the white civil i action, or Enmea.
gavea ,sudden
"
gasp the Fifth City ,Isc'will! BUTtS.i
,man's", lay, jhn may'consider himself f slipped forward! ..mi, ,the chair ,anil sion adults '15c Brass; 'children Band. Admix= the' FIrth City 3rass he"'Band.r.nlshed b
lOc Bane' Admlscuid"ren -
lucky. .
,dropped to the floor: dead. fit Fifth don. adnIts 15c -
Clty.Brass Band. ; 10c- ;
Be
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tit
"lC Fifth City'Br "
-- ass Band., ,

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1 Shadow Embroidery 5 Kimonoshirt -:


COME AND THEY GO Outfits. .:t. '



We have them in Fancy Aprons,. 4
Corset Covers. Lingerie "
Oak and Suwannee
jve
of" ": Waists, Dresser Sets. Baby 1 Waists'Voile
Cohered by the Democrat >
r.
v Pillows Sofa Pillows. Hemstitched
:t
Reporter ... ,, ,
Scarfs, with Richard- ,, :t

*-.son's Grand Prize Embroidery ; -

,Willis,of Dowllng Park,was ., Silk and Illustrated Lessons : 1

-isdaT, for embroidering. Pretty _i
"4 effects in Art Needlework for the Skirts : 1

Qnarterman, of: Dowling home and personal adornment. Stamped on an extra quality Lawn. t

Inhere today

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Tidal Lanier on,business.of Rossburg. is In the I Just bought a job lot -1 4



Gaylord, of Valdosta, was In
HL 3[

Iftay thfa morning. EMBROIDERY I.i I .


fiK; Holland* of Lancaster, is In' .


--riity today on business. i 4000 yards, all kinds, going at just one-half the regular pi ice. i

JIlt an evening's pleasure., go to

-lsigtorinm Wednesday night.

;, I THE LADIES' EMPORIU.M

ik Nobles came up from i

yesterday.( He Is a wit- i 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETORl"H"ltll"l"i"fc" i j
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,ia the McCall case. i

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pive Bryan, manager of the'BranlMercantile The Atlantic Coast Line'train now -Crino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is beat Howard :Mays took In the Park yes Deputy Sheriff Stokeley went down '
in the city 1
Co was gets here at (:10 p. m., in going for women and children. Its mild te:dap. I to Luraville yesterday and arresteda y

*t"and this morning. north Instead of 4:15 as heretofore.Mrs. action and pleasant taste makes it
negro named Wm. Nelson
I. ;J. McCall: of ;Jasper was in the I charged r

the Tackey Skating T. ;J. McEvoy went to High preferable to violent purgatives such city today on business.E 1 I with criminal assault upon a colored i
t forget as pills, tablets; etc. Get the booklet girl aged, about ten When
years.
Springs today and was accompanied "
Concert Wednesday nighttBlume and a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy S. Tullock went to Lurarille on i i i approached by
by Miss Feuqua, the latter being i business this morning. !I. Deputy Stokeley. Nelson -

of McAlpIn, was herenaraing visitor to Mrs. McClellan here. d-w unedtook to resist, but the de ..;-
Thos. puty's was flasheM In his face and
Dowling went to Tampa,og gun
and purchsaed a fine If want Graying done or a
you W. H. Sims, a former engineer on business last evening. I the cuffs put upon his wrists. The

r from Syd Conner. trunk carried to the depot, right the Coast Line, was in town yesterday negro was exceedingly Impudent and

quick?phone 129. W. N. Boatrigbt. and .today-/ eking hands with Rev. C. C. Cecil, of.Gainesville obstreperous
but he met his match
rfearlman, of Qultman, Ga., his Live\k 'friends. spent last night in the city. :
Monk Harrison, Conductor Ken- many I and was last night landed >(n the -
>today, a guest of Chas. Rub-
"' : nedy and Engineer Griswold, 'of the county jail. Why people will resist }
i and others. Mrs!Stokeley went to Lanier this '
Seaboard, are in the city today, attending -,' The, ladies of the Presbyterian n : officers In Abe discharge of their
.
morning on a viist to relatives. ..
.pher Williams returned court. church .are serving cream, cake and I I duties is more than we can comprehend -

lunches, on the,. Pa hley lot::Y. They They have the whole state
i Jasper this morning where he Miss Vergie Register left for her
Mrs, G P. White and grandson have 'delicious freshments and j I and the government at their backs,
t to take views of the school. home in ;Jasper yesterday,' after a
Raymond Kellum, of, the Park, were I '
deserve the patronage>of the people. I and the armies of both are 'IV their
.. morning ; :'e'n pleasant visit to relatives here.A. .
a here this ; route toO I
; Young man, take-; your best girl over tI command. Resistance to arrest always -
If.H. Starling, of Plnemount.i 'Brien visit relatives.. i' I
to
on a
there this evening. and treat. her to rebounds to the detriment of
today'accompanied by the D. McNeill. who has ben visiting -
a dish of cream. tre prisoner. I
ri* mother-in-law. Prizes will be awarded .to the girl 'J!" his brother here, left for North

and boy wearing the tackeyest, cos- Carolina last evening. ...!' '
Eld. D. B. Baldwin, who formerly ,:.. Wonderful Eczema Gore
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"
[*fei want to sell see J.M. Bailey tume Wednesday night at the Audi- I _
lived here, but of late has been mak- "Our little boy had eczema for five = I
ifetued. auctioneer. He sells. torium. Miss Lizzie Berry left here this I'
_I .+y. ing his home at Jacksonville has I years," writes N., A. Adam*,Henrleti -
morning for Macon, Ga., where she, '
moved back to Live Oak and has i ta, Pa. "Two of ''Our home"doctors
kOglesby, of the Park,who has Miss Jessie Harrell who has been Mill make her future home.
< charge of ;John Clinton's market. He | said the case was hopeless, ills. lungs
,i here since Saturday evening, re- time here with Mr. and
spending
a is an experienced market man who t being affected. We then employed
1 borne this morning. Mrs. ;J. A. Michell, returned to Pine- Mrs. ;Jack Norton returned from
other doctors, but no benefit resulted.
has hosts of friend? here, and will Dunnellon {
last evening and left for i
mount this morning. -
command ,trade for that ,market. By chance we read about Electric
,. D. W, Ross and her pretty the Park this morning.
Bitters; bought a bottle and soon
Miss Ella, of Rossburg, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. McCullough, of R
nticed Improvement: We continuedthis
We bad thought that about all the
shopping today. ,Hamilton who have been I Frank Leslie went to Lake City,
county I[obstructions possible had been placedby medicine until several bottles
visit to relatives, returned' accompanied by Arch Mosley this
here on a the Seaboard front of the Ethel were used, when our boy was com-
I.Platt,of East Park, '! % morning.W. .
came over home this morning. of' :
\ hotel cr03singUDOW. they'are un- pletely cured. Best all blood
1uee I the sights In the best in- I
loading the timbers to place ,scales medicines and body building health
of norida. Syd. Conner and wife went on a'!' H. Ezell of near Luravllle was Guaranteed
: there, to weigh freight cars. The tonics. at Barclay &
here yesterday, and returned home
to Peacock Lake'
fishing expedition Groover Store. 50c. d-w
Drug
time will come when, people have to
[ < Fifth_City Brass Band will yesterday. Mrs. Conner caught a this tnorning. ; .-
its walk to the depot via Houston Padlock .- -,
tat
appearance Wednesday trout, and Sid caught a
seven-pound ,
It at the Auditorium.Fank sucker weighing four ounces. i or Peacock to catch a train.. Mrs. C. N. Hlldreth, Sr.; went toAmerlcus

'.. I" I! Ga., this morning' on a'I
The basket that was to have : flmmu! Book OIIa N Ness CO.
,, i SO pil.!;;;;. arkr -;J. ;J. ;Johnson and ;J. M. Tucker, of been at the Baptist supper church at Suwan-i i j: visit to her daughter and will be; absent J
'tee
this morning en" I for several weeks. .' -
route to Rossburg. 'J.'T. Mercer, of Mercer nee Station last Saturday night, was .i' Ji
i to
we her tisterwrhoquiteIIzorat Station R. F. Hays of East Park, and not held on account of the Inclemency
James Averitt of Dunnellon, is
Alex. Hall of Pinemount, were in the of the weather. However, it will I I V
here on a visit of several days to
city today. take place Saturday night of this i
of, Boston, Ga., the family of his daughter, Mrs. C.
>tea week and a 'grand time may be expected IT'S A
been here oi, a visit to her PRINTER Wants position at Y. Byrd. -
n. E. lIor for all who attend. The good I I .
| t ;returned .
home this '
once. Can give best of references as of Suwannee Station are not-
C. people Rev. C. A. S .P. and
"' Ridley, Mays
'GJ'C(!' I to ability. Wire or write1 "A. L. Mo"In ed for their warm hospitality, and a NOVEL IDEA
< Lire Mrs. C. Y. Byrd left for ;Jamestownand
care of Suwannee Democrat be counted I I .
,--B-Barttn royal good time'may up-
tpWtJng one of the Oak, Fla. evening. nib emond, Va, this morning.

?s.In'l; the':.city,. purchased on Saturday They are delegates to the Baptist

,gid. \.iOntler yesterday. Abe Suraski, who has been in ;Jack- I I Convention at Richmond, and will

." .... sonvlllek for nearly a week, has evidently take in the exposition on. their re-
shuffle somewhere turn home. i
been lost in the

{ o'r'Salei though his brothers expect I --
[Wedding ;John A. Currie of this city representing
him home tonight.
:1
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the C. W. Bartleston Co.

'\\t brother of Mrs. of Jacksonville now making Live.
AND R. D. Burrough. a -
UNIMPROVED C. C. Cook, who has been here for PresentsFOR Oak his headquarters. Mr. Currie is :

one of the representative salesmen of
North
i several months returned to THI the Bartleson Co.. and his picture \ fi lO
Real [state Carolina last .evening. While here
y adorns the catalogue of the 1
company.
; he was clerking for the Florida Book.
I ,.-nd*News' Company. JUNE ,: BRIDESOr He Is,a hustler from away back, and

f one of the best salesmen In the south.

,,: f T He is making a specialty. of selling
Farms Etc.t Mrs ;Jif, Thompson, of Island
: Victor Hugo cigars and has built
prove, is in the pity, guest of Mr. and those 'who choose upa i
several weeks .tre month of May.: ;Jnst splendid trade for the same in this But a joking friend of ours says that
Mrs. A. W.. Pope for I'
cauthors must be animals be
look in at our exquisite section. [ greater
M'rs. Pope beingher sister. Mrs Diamond Pins, Brooches anse "their .tales come out of their

Thompson speaks highly of Live Oak and Rings. Watches, "
Dr. Pisco returned this morning. heads. I hunted, but then we have
'r R' and its beauties.J. BraceletsEtc. Every- I many tales they send into other people'sheads
thing in Jewelry. Ocr"t During his absence he attended the
"= customers are always district conference at Bartow preach-, and what a vast amount of
PROPERTY ; ; Lee Ensign, president of the .
pleased.RAD.PORJ ing there on Sunday morning. Com-! amusement and instruction books afford -
Live Oak Perry and Gulf railroad, As disseminators of the world's
ing to Jacksonville he was in attend-
WITHUS. has promulgated an order dated yes best and greatest literature we.solidt
ance on the annual meeting of the I
terday announcing that S. T. Grim- Woman's Home Mission Society in :your trade. ,
shaw has been appointed superintendent t
) session there. A very enjoyable
in charge of transportation and

sl maintenance traffic'manager., and Both.jroung%..,:Pf.. Hopkins men} 'are as .'> The' Jeweler. reception t friends was tendered last evening the delegatesand 'by the' For i Q Boo oI N eis CO.

3 societies residence
1 local mission at. the -
'for' poslticns', and
qualified the
fully
I FLA. of Mr.' B. F. Spiller. which the
UVC OAK
are to4 glad to note the appointmentS '
we only' doctor attended. c.c. COOK, Prop. :
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; WEDNESDAY MAY 1&,. VH*, ,
III' LIVE, OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. ,, ;
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Secret of ma. Oak'lag.. Live'Oak FLORIDA RAILWAY1'

r (Kansas City Journal.) M'f'g. Co. SCHEDULE. "

After four two-inch boards had CONNECTS WITH Alt TXAH. a ON S. A. I. ANB A. c.t**. ; .
__
been taken off an oak log at James DOW1f. carra.u.n.a.. .111.a&AD .. -

: Webb's sawmill in Greenfield Ind.. Manufacturers of -*
*
inch diameter, .1 No.1-
a walnut peg. an
was found where it had been driven Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights lN Mail
}t z:::... sTA.TIONS.
foot
into the log. The peg was a
Sand+ y. 1MiJ7.
long and reached to the heart of the Power and Turpentine. -

big log where. It is estimated it had .

driven seventy-five ago.. tllOa.laop- Lv Li s oat-.-
been years
Lt
Electric Lights in any part of the city luraished for Residence
' At the end of the peg was a coil of 50 a o Lv bort.r _

black hair, long and silken. Mr. or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power- 3541L 1
8. a as
j? Webb endeavored to learn the historyof day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. L. '' r s,
lIt aiM pm ;:;
the but to avaiL Old
log. no people LT.... ..... .:. JCr ""
.. -
Wholesale of orders have special attention II 4 08 .
of the neighborhood are of the and retail Ice-out City a a a.. .Lo.
.. -_.. .9toi
opinion that the coil of hair was and all orders promptly filled. 140 a.. 41tpa ----==-t.. ;.-

placed there in accordance with a low ceiling and at L. wa 4.5 '..fAr
We will give you good: prices on grade _... t.qnYiJe-_

prevalent custom of pioneer times. 3ooring. Come and get our prices. 1 119 So al m L., -.l-u:uu-_._ -== -;
This custom provided that when a
Ar. WUmaIda....
' man and wife could not get along or 1 50 a "
1000 a m 42opn
4 agree. Instead of separating as in .sawsn 0.1 .1 t
L. 1UY.U .
{ ,these days the neighbors cut a lock September 30th. 1903, and approved (53); feet In width.Be 10 19 a m 4 24 p m !Rt
.. ...__...."loocI-- 3
ti of hair from the !head of each. A hole October 6th. 1903. It Ordained by' the Mayor and 30 20 am4a0t+m ?-- s.L. !

was then bored in a thrify tree and Be It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak loco a in i opm .)(Q'O--

r City Council of the City of Live Oak. Florida: ......
the locks of hair were driven to the I I Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street In U ;

heart by a walnut pin. After this it Section la. That Section 1. Section the City of Live Oak Florida as it J.055U"10 10 ID ._ --A1toe.-.t.-...._ ,
was believed the couple could live 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance now stands be opened extended and I 1.5U -
happily. No. 16 of the City of Live Oak. established from the eastern side of 05 te Ar--........J To.- > >:?:;

Florida. being an ordinance entitled : Ohio avenue In said City fifty feet iii 9 a m cap m Ly ......Mir--- -- ;. '.
"An ordinance to prohibit the running In width at right angles with said I Ly CI_ .I.I-
at large on the streets of the I' Ohio avenue eastward to White streetin U ZO a ID 4 n P" 1.1 "'"a ..j
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD. White's Addliton to the said Cityof .... .a
City of Live Oak. of horses mules I U II ID 4 I! pm Lv5".r' -"-"J.. '
togs and goats and to provide for Live Oak. the northern boundaryof Ly_. l.I..Id .Iars
s Special Occasions-Southern Baptist the Impounding and disposing of the i which said extension 'shall be a 044 m 110 pili_ !.. -.L. '.1-11_

line drawn at right angles with Ohio L" .. .
approved October 6. 1903. be
K Convention and Auxiliary Societies same. 1 14 a III Ii 11 Pili s.e' '- 'Is
and the same are hereby amended so avenue frem a point JOB the eastern r .a
Ly
Richmond Vu, May lft-21, 10O7 ] opposite lit. 5.. pili 7r-- il-
as to read as follows;, side of Ohio avenw- directly ID I t b
Account of the above occasion w "Section 1. Horses mules. hogs to the northern bounadry of Wilbur IS. ID lalP..L"-F .a7__..
I I
announce round-trip rate of one fare.. and goats shall not be allowed to run I street as it now stands running, at L" t.... ...
rlfht to said Ohio avenue 1032 a III I 43 Pili k't.1':1U
plus twenty-five cents in the sale of at large upon any of the streets alleys angles a.2
r lanes or nnenclossV property of I feet to White street In White's Addition 11" III Ii 10 pm Ar -Pert7__ .. '
tickets to Richmond Va.; tickets at In said City of Live Oak. Flo--: il
the City of Live Oak. and that cows: .
this rate being on sale from May 13th shall not be allowed to run at large I i Ida. excepting therefrom three feet
side of the (d) Telecrac-h or Telephone Station. m Fiat Station W iteti.tsc W
until 16th. inclusive with final limit upon any of the streets lanes or across the northern : >
Parshley family burial grounds, aeacy Station T P. Aaares,8geyyaails.
to leave Richmond fifteen days from public highways of the said City or
Genera er Agent
other unenclosed premises within which is included In said descriptionand :;1

date of sale. However by comply the following boundary in said Cityof within the Iron' fence inclosingsaid -

ing with certain conditions and upon Live Oak. Florida to-wit: I burial grounds.

payment of fee,of 100. an extensionof Ceglnnlg at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation

this limit to June 17th may be and First streets Intersects and run- proceedings shall be instituted in the Confederate VeteransRICHMOND Reu
ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the City of Live'Oak, In ac-
procured.The roll streets intersect thense east to cordance with the provisions of the

Seaboard4 been declared Houston street thence south along Statutes in such case made and provided ':

the official route for delegates to this Houston street to John street thence for the purpose of carryingout ;

meeting., Those having the matter east on John street.to Church street. the provisions" 'of Section 1 of VIRGINIA ,!
>
this Ordinance.
thence south on Church street to cor-
in hand were evidently guided in poration line thence east'on corpora- Section III. That. this ordinance

reaching the decision to name our tion line to White street thence shall take effect upon Its passage b:

line by some of the attractive features north on White street to Hpward the Council and approved by the MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd 19|1=

street. thence east on Howard street Mayor, or upon its becoming an ,
of our service noticeable ordinance without the of the ".1
to_ a point opposite Georgia avenue approval ,i'
among these being our double daily thence north to and along Georgia Mayor. I

service with through coaches and avenue to the northeast corner of ?Introduced by Alderman F. Ion VIA -

sleepin gears. Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and passed by City !

thence due north along section line Council in regular session assembledon

affording to a point opposite Fifth street this 8th day of April A. D. 1907. t

thence west to and along Fifth streetto CHAS. H. BROWN ATLANTIC COAST LINE

ventions held in Richmond an opportunity Atlantic Coast Line railroad President City Council.

I for visiting the Jamestown thence southwest across Atlantic Attest: .'1
Coast Line railroad to First street S: P. MAYS City Clerk.I. '1<
Exposition have perfected an ar- S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
thence west along, First street to
rangement whereby the return portion point of beginning." City of Live Oak Florida,'do hereby Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 30thJ5e_|}

of tickets reading from Richmond Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above and foregoing
Ordinance No. 57 Rates for this occasion is :
are honored from Portsmouth the City Marshal or any deputy was regularly pass- "
1
Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council on the 8th day
Va.. without additional charge. This of April. A. D. 1907, and the
City to take possession of and placein same from Jacksonville!
alone certainly makes the Seaboard a pound to be provided for that is hereby certified to. the Mayor for $13.75

especially attractive. purpose any horse mule hog or goat his approval. ,

t There la a movement now on foot found by him or them running at Witness my hand and seal of said cent ni!
For the Round Trip or virtually one a
large upon any of the !streets alleys City this 8th day of April A. D. ,
to have the Florida
Baptists assembleIn 1907 lowiitesns'
highways or other unenclosed property distance traveled with correspondingly
Jacksonville moving from hereon (Seal) S. P. MAYS.
within said City and likewise
Extension of limit to July 6th can be ote
the same train one might say in take possession of and place In said City Clerk. points.

.a body. This too will make the trip pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me depositing ticket with special agent and payment
this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.
running at large on any of the streets
more pleasant. alleys, lanes public highways or M. E. BROME Mayor. cents at time of deposit.

other unenclosed property of said For full information and Pullman reservationscall is

ORDINANCE NO 58. City of Live Oak within the bound- -Jj
Frank C. District Passenger
on Boylston
aries prescribed In Section I hereof. ,

An Ordinance amending Section "Section VII. For catching and A LIQUID COLD CURE Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla. -4
8 Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11. be- Impounding stock under this ordinance -

n ing entitled "An ordinance fixing the the City Marshal shall be en- -ANDLAXATIVE -

; salary to be received by the officers titled to the following fees, namely:
r of the City of Live Oak Florida," ap- For catching and Impounding horses COUGH SYRUP '

{ proved October 6. 1903. mules and cows fifty cents per head. Live Oak Perry & G

t 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 THE 3
Florida: taking care of such stock while in
Section 1. That Section Three (3) pound for horses mules and cows he GRieiNAL Railroad Company. '
of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of shall receive forty cents per day per TilE

Live Oak. Florida being an ordin- head each for hogs or goats ten cents NEW Schedule Effective, April 7, 1901.
ance entitled "An ordinance fixing per day per head each; for advertis-

:; the salary to be received by the of- ing and selling such animals be shall IDEA WBST BOUND f

Florida receive the sum of fifty cents for 1ST.CLASS 2D.CLASS tar a _

: approved. !, 6. 1903. be horses mules or cows per head and Mail tit Pa sB-Frt and l4ail *Pam- R"'
ana me same is hereby amended so for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- \VI -." Pass ter. Pata. Paaa as

as to read as follows: five cents per head each. The word No.1. No.I. Non I. N L 1Sunday
(Section 3.)' The City Marshal "hog" under this ordinance. shall be t"a.c a.... B1o-on. sal the ."17"ery 'e .* ; Daily ex.Sunday.. Daily
.
shall receive a salary. of sixty-five taken to include "pigs. otU' Daily. Only .

.. Dollars per month as City_ Marshal Section fa. That this Ordinance "A Cold or a Cough nearly always produces A. If. P. U.Leave. P. ti I Y L 1''i
and the sum of Ten Dollars per shall take effect Immediately upon constipation--the water all runs to the rrhe(TsT

month as Sanitary Inspector of the its passage by the Council and ap- eyes nose and throat instead of passing out 1 80i 2 40 ...........-...__.Live Oak_..__._.....-.. :
a S 4 __...___ ...._ ..... 4! !
Roeky Sink ,
by the Mayor as to mules of the 834)P.
proval the liver
City of Live Oak. Florida. system through and kidneys. .I 1 48 300 ::: ._..._..._Starr?_.-..._?_....... .
; Section II. That this Ordinance horses goats and hogs, but shall not For the want of moisture the bowels become u2 SOTS Mercer if II !!

to take effect Immediately its go Into effect as to cows until 60 days dry and hard." Nearly all other cough curee 15 ................ Platt ..---_.._............,. .
upon ) 204 830 ...... ._..
the City Council. are constipating,especially those .1 Lancaster --
passage and approval by the Mayor. from Its passage by containing LT 8 89 Ar S 69 1i 44 ..... ."..... Park LDowlmgr /3R
t Passed by the City Council this Passed by City Council in regular Opiates. Kennedy's Laiauvo Hi jey ac4 Ar 8 45 LT 4 45,LT 4 10 .__ ... ...... DewknsPark .................. Art "
22nd' of D. session this 8th day of April. A. D. Tar moves the bowels contains no Or'&'**. 8 CO, 4 49( 4 15 ...._..... Cbaneey.............. 7 t
day April A. -
1907. 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN. 8 S3; 482 4 17 .............-.--.........Bell....._....._............. s l /f
CHAS. H. BROWN KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE 8(7 4lA 4 20 _Uayo Junction 3 U2
Attest: Pres. City Council.S. President City Council. 800 425 Day_
Attest: SOOLvOS 4 40 ............ .... _Day.Sih -.......__............. 4 /4
P. MAYS City Clerk. S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. COG b 446 _. > ......_.............. t 1 14
I 9 109Z5 510 452 ......_..::._:.....Towiwend.Smith----....... a It
I. S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the I, S. P. :Mays City Clerk of the 6 U 5 12t ......... .............- .....1FeahoUovay .._...._..- 1 if
City of Live Oak. Florida do here- i City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby OOHTAtHWO 9 42 638 27.?w-. ---- ._._..........A.s 1
by certify that the above and fore- certl that the above and foregoing 10 10 606 6001S Perry
;r -
25 Ar i to Ar __ Ll
r1M 4 .. .. .
Hampton Spring-
Ordinance No. -
going 8 I
f t
.
was regularly i Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass-I IIONEYAIIDTARRelieves .M.i P. M.
passed by the City Council on the ed by the City Council on the
22nd day of April. 1907. and the of April. A. D. 1901. and the same *
BBS? Colds MAYO, AND ALTON BRANCH.
same 13 hereby certified to the II is hereby certified to the Mayor for of the by working them eut
Mayor for his approval. his approval. the bowels.system through a copious action of

Witness my hand and seal ot said Witness my hand and seal of said WEST Ea3fi
B9 Relieves BOUNDN .
Coughs.by cleansing and .
City this April 22. 1907. CUT. this 8th day of April A. D. strengthening the mueeus membranes of

I (Seal) S. P. MAYS 1907. MATS the throat.mest.lunc.an4 broachlal tubes 'r'A iPaa.e_ Pa..en 1n L L ra'
City Clerk. (Seal) S. P. Pan. en.T. 1'aNa

Examined bud approved by me this City Clerk. For' Croup. Wkoopiag Cew-.b.La Grippe. .'. );..II. Na 13. Na 3'
23rd day of April. 1957. Examined and approved by me laflaeaca Broacbitis and all Cenxts, Da+s Daily Sand. Sand&, lamb i DV y
this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. Colds Lug and Breacalal aXectiou u e=.San.ezSaa.A. Only 0nI)0
M. tBROOME, Mayor. E. BROOME. Mayor. remedy U equal U =..... '. Laxative K. P. \L Y l,a
A. 1l. A
P. M.
Boat/ and Tar. CUlaru like It. Lave Lea" Lea".
Leave Arrrwi "

ORDINANCE No. 50. Pvt Y'1ft 21k.10e aft4I 1.o beat.s at DIe Lea.re i 1 4 a : t e : :::=::::::-MayoJaoetion.--: ::.,. t:
*ery*f a.O.DeWltt*O....OMcac.U.$.*. 43
An Ordinance to amend Sections ORDINANCE NO. 57. 1..0. s ti b3 ... .-.-- --- .....n_.._..... --- 1 5 !p pt
s.a.a to1025l03 s ob ... __ _..-.Mayw..._ ... le !!
1 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the An Ordinance providing for the Sold by City a 10 10 Az 5 6 15 ........-.............Alton ...----- -- : IL' S lo-ir
city of Live Oak. Florida being an establishing opening and extendingof Pharmacy

Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to Wilbur street In the City of Live Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par &

prohibit then running at large on the Oak. Florida from the east side of from Live Oa. and Perry. as to *jj 1'
For In formation
streets of ,the City of Live Oak. ofhorses Ohio avenue eastward to White other '
mules hogs and goats, and street In White's Addition to said ::OLEYSHONET lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent.
to provide for the Impounding and City ten hundred and thlrty.t..oton TAR ling Building Live Oak
*
! disposing of the same." passed (--)-feet- -, said- street to be fifty' i.'oP.th. tl &Ddb.a1el,. TH08. DOWUNQ. Pr-adderC R. P. HOPKINS,****


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w .: LIVE OAK IJAILY 'DEMOCRAT.. WEDNESDAY 'MAY 15. 1907. _ ,_.__ _. _" __ .__.__ ._ ___ _._ 9' t

iEGEND OP INDIANS. ._' '. .'. -i .', :. .1{ sI
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"".
.. created this
Great Spirit --
the I II
i
'
.made three men. all fair :
He I
"He led them to a lake and Railway. I,

hem jump inTne first obey- Wholesale and Re-
whither than when
"
em d*the out waters; the second I Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, J

going into the lake when Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, I tail Dealers in Flori-

1r&t 'was a trifle muddy hence ,Philadelphia and New York.
the third
copper colored;
'I.ouw to last and came out black. da and WesternMEATS ;
i
riling to the legend the Great i TWO ELEGflNT
then led them to three bundles TRfllNS DOILY
one. The blackchose
to choose
each a

to contain the heaviest spades which hoes wns and: ] [ We have to be prepared to do I Seaboard Express Seaboard : :

used in the pe'-- < "things well and this applies to
-implements of manual labor; the ', everything. For instance, Rob- Mail'I "

found In his sack a shag ; erts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co. Modern Pullman I
-a : : Equipment.
have six big specialty factories, -
t,ran and warlike weapons; the ;. Phone 24. {
- ,,m.i chose the sack which con- with a daily capacity of 40,000 I .
.
.Ink and paper and this. 1 pairs. They employ expert

t story pen.jnpertority goes laid over the other foundation races. '> workmen all their, use shoes the, and best the materialIn latest : : The Jamestown Exposition Line I: ; i Promdt deliveries 4

.y., JournaLDo '. and best machinery is used. NORFOLK
i City ; VA. I anywhere in the t
; They are prepared to make goodshoes t

You Love that's why"STAR BRAND : : Excursion Tickets on ij!\le Daily : : '
SHOES ARE BETTER." One City.The .
You wonder why he
e.babY! of their the a
; shoes "QUAKER,

d'Bay geand.he, a bottle will of Wnlte never Cream'cry. ; for women, at $3.00 is the best full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent I'I'For "I

babies have worms and the shoe for the money we can find | | of Seaboard or write, | |
i The Star on the heel and the
don't know it. White's word "QUAKER" woven with S. C. EOYLSTON JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. Great fieadacHe Gore

.- [ Vermifuge rids the child of < silk in the facing are guarantees *I M 11 i H t IUI + 1'HlilllililHt' >** II11I11111II1 *>*.. i ii.
-- In
and cleans out its system
that the "QUAKER" is honestly Bromo-Pepsin

,,a..jay. Every mother should ; constructed and will satisfy. i. . . . . . . . '." . . '."
bottle of this medicine in the : I
I Come see them and "WALK Note the 'Word Pepsin "
,:With It, fear need never enter
SAVINGS DAPARTMENT
mn. i OX STARS. OUR Jis J
_de Price %5c. Sold by Su- Headache. lndiges4en,
-
The best woman in the world
> Drag Co. d-w could not make good bread if T not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is i i G U R E S lD'oBlD1! Nerfimsa sOn >

she didn't have good flour. The broad enough to accommodate all, and .t I -
eea Alexandra, after a residence I the Spot.
[ best in the world could-
woman
In England, has visited HERE.ARE ITS PATRONS So
years : Opiates Absolutely Harmless
n't make good butter if she did 'i j
er of London. She is said to j'
ken 'much interested in what n't have the right kind of milk 1.The young folks with their small savings. .-'4 III DncguU. 10. ZSa, Mi Loa
to churn. Neither could the for Sale i
By
.*" 2.-The.breadYinner. striving to accumulate a fund \r1
best woman in the world make to procure a home or a competency for old age. The City:: PharmacyLIVE
taS.Joyce good cake if she used salt for
180 Sullivan St., 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and t OAK, FLA.
it, N. H., writes: "About sugar. the income provided. J '

lear go is bought two bottles of t 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. 41-23-trwi-vi. f .
,'i Kidney Cure. It cured me of

Mmre case of Kidney trouble of | THE FIRST .NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida !Ia Ivts.as !
|ml,years' standing. It certainly I IV I I THOMPSON & WARREN
'grasd, good medicine, and I : i . . . . . . . . . . . . _
feriir recomend itW1 ." City Phar- :1 DOWLING 'LUMBER[R & .1.1'I f Drays and Delivery Wagons.

d-w* : f Furniture moving and Lumber -

I I, Hauling Specialties.

A notorious that the female hula I I I
STOVE WOOD '
-elml tougher than the male. ':; j ;
NAVAL V l STORES[
_- 4b@way: ,worsen, dress. Itpit j j I I Any length delivered to any part
'
a man into an openwork :
of city promptly. Give us your
eo a cold day he would catch I
tad be dead in three days. If' busines. Phone 55. ,

wit a man out to a dance on a COMPANY r t

,evening with nothing on his : .
tad shoulders and no sleeves tq I I H. J. MORRIS.

he would probably die on HOWLING PARK, FLA. Contractor and Builder l
"
.,spot--of chock.-Weekly Dis- For Sick Livers
[ '.' . . . . . Apply for specifications.Office plans estimates. l land i


I,&your boa has not been pro- I Horace Hutchinson writing in
Ohio
A PURELY VEGETABLE on Ave..A. C. L. Crossing. .
f digested the entire system Isfcedltt London Country Life says: "It is my

the same proportion. [conviction that the Japanese have the "COMPOUND

stomach needs help. Kodol ForLstloa finest natural qualities In the world *..1.11111111111111111111.

and Dypepsla not only for golf, and ,when they take to thegame CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA .
CURES CHILLS and I DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR
MALARIA
QUICKLY ,
i
i That yon eat, it tones the seriously we shall sec sights ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
Mek sad adds strength to the and wonders iu the way of mashie A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by !
Mody, Makes rich, pure blood shoots holed and long drives laid TOf&PID'LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Ono.bottle purchased i I VETERINARY. I
conforms,to the National Pure -dead." > today may save you a tick spell tomorrow.

nd Drag Law. Sold by City V J t| at Solicits reSidence-Phone your patronage(3 rings-Office) 148 4J T> ...
mEy- A Xarow Escape.G. FCUBED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER
11I""III1"IIIIII MI IChamberlain's ;
W. Cloyd. merchant of Plunk ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED i a
[Note at a dinner Liszt's hostess Mo., had a narrow escape four years Mrs. W.A. Whitewell Emory Tex.,
IU 'write child bad chill aid fever
: "My
a Borrifled
voice that there bur into
ago. when he ran a jimson
for four years. We tried all kind of
tfcrteea {
at the table. "Don't let his thumb. He says "The, doctor medicines and finally an acquaintance of
you, madam," said Liszt, wanted to amputate It but I would mine recommended Eerbine. We used
',*"Curing smile, "I'll eat for not consent. I bought a box of Buck- three bottle, and the child it now comjJetely Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy:
cured. You have my p rmisjioa
# len's Arnica Salve and that cured the to publish this testimonial, as I cheerfully -
dangerous wound. 25c at Barclay recommend Herbine to all mothers Almost every furily KM needof i
Stop Grumbling. & Groover, druggists.; d-w haTing children afflicted a.mine." a reliable remedy for cobs or
.cJle\ suffer from Rheumatism or '\ LUGE BOTTLE, see GET THE CEHU1HE8ALURD diarrhea at some time during the .

br Ballard's Snow Liniment SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. year. ..
bt5g Gen. John M. Wilson formerly "
quick 11 s remedy is recommended
relltf. It to a surer chief of the engineer corps of the LOUIS. U. S. A. ;
Bernina, Rheumatism by dealers who have sold it for ;
Muscles Conan army and now president of the Washington many years and tr>w its value t-
I o the all pains-and Board of Trade has been personally _, It has received thousands of
leach _
of BY
all. Price :5c. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED
-"at. ,t C. R. Smith : acquainted with fourteen testimonial from grateful people. .:
't *: Tenaha presidents. He was born and broughtup It has been prescribed by physicians -
"I haTe
used Ballard's Suwannee Drug Company.
Liniment In in Washington and his personal with the most satisfactoryreeuts. :
t "found my family for years acquaintance with chief magistratesof 1

' -. 1U Ine remedy for the nation began with Zachary I It has ofVi saved life before 11
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< Ii the aches i..recommend it Taylor In 1849. He was a page In !. median cpuVj have been sent for .,. ,

....'. Ca chest. Sold by :;sbran the._.Senate in the days of Webster, BOTTLEDcca cr a physician summoned. f;
d-w. Clay. Calhoun and Benton. General It only coots a quarter. Can

fish Wilson is still active and thoroughlyin you ocd to risk so much for so J +
ribbon trade is said Lttle BUY IT ;
? NOW.
t9 70 old.
i i Blor love with life though years tI
1 I(ban flourlshins condi- \ I tt
been In
tt the huge many years-, For a cold or a cough, take Ken-
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demands
.mod the dress- nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is
111111111.tut KILL THE COUCH t
lt tra are making up- better than any other cough remedy Brings'City Joys to Country Homes
of the CURE THE LUNGS t
:* manntaeturers.'t because its laxative principle assuresa AND li

Pay Alitaony healthy copious action of the Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage over that r
\e Iroreed bowels and at the same it heals Irritation drawn from a fountain-the every proportion is WITH Dr. King'sNew >
.__tie 110 from your appendix. of the bowels and at the 1 absolutely right. Where every ingredient is
t botrel OCCa&1on for It If you same time it heals Irritation of the ] automatically measured out, there is no chance

,,, _-WQ Pills regular with. Dr. throat strengthens the bronchial for carelessness by a clerk. Delicious, it re- Discovery
-.u.thlt Their action tubes and allays Inflammation of the freshes and invigorates and makes possible drawing on reserved iQBI
o < the appendix never mucous membrane. Contains Honey strength without loss or injury. There are many cheap imitations. FOR COUCHS TrW Soth L
towtaa the least take. Insist on Crown Label and be sure to free
: com- and to Children
Tar. pleasant
i. ateed AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROU8LES.OUAKANTJSEDSATISFACXOSY.
:... bl Barclay like it. Conforms to the National LOOK BEFORE YOU DRINK f
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f OVERFLOW LOCALS. esting talks on the good of the order \VOXDEHFUCTXUB'OFFER. -

It Is not often you find a man that and on the necessity of organizing Live Oak Gar

fIE will acknowledge being. a liar but which was listened to with Interest by
an- honest confession good for the What Five Dollars.. and Seventy-Five
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soul. Many' years ago we were in alLWhen the speaking was over, all Centswllla Do.. I

Little uock. Ark., and met up with, .were invited to the table where the This: paper, at quite an expense anda Equipped for repairing and stores .
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I a printer there who claimed*he wss,ladies had prepared something foi great deal of work has arranged a! Autos. A full supply of Gasoline .

the original :rom Pepper whom the Inner men. Club Papers offer and of Magazines fourteen Including well-known E, '.Oilsespecially prepared: for Gas Erigmes

tradition says was kicked out of hades Sure there was enough after all lat
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for.I Also sell the well Known Columbia '
..' by his satanic majestic for lying. In >had eaten to have fed as many more only $5.75. Realizing that we could and
Switches Spark Coils Pip
conversation with him we told him All express themselves as enjoyingthe largely lucreas our circulation we ,
that a few years before we were occasion. J. W. B. watered into a contract to use the I kept in stock. Exclusive agent f<< -
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in Saline county, and I Papers and Magazines that compose Sevills Vulcanizing Works J aCksbnviIIe.1
running a paper ';I tLis Club. The wily Democrat does' ,
t' accumulated a considerable sum of' LADIES. not make a cent out of this offer.'I Sample of this work can be seen hsr i

f money. He immediately drew from I[ In tact we lose money but by In- "!.
Ladies I have Just opened a dressmaking
circulation I
our
his inside vest-pocket the credentials creas.ng we can secure TOURING CAR
room In the LewIn building, more advertising and also get a bet-
L; that he had received from the devil and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction -. ter rate for same. No paper ever be-I The Favorite Reo Touring Car used- 1% .
f' and endorsed them thus: "This is to tralj fore made an offer that equals ours.
guaranteed. Give me a for fOr
r. certify that Geo. Butler is a bigger MRS. KIGHT. Every paver goes to you for one full Livery seating capacity .:
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i liar than I am.'Ve have carried year. All are well known and long
es:ablls: ed and wort i many times the
those credentials ever since until yesterday T. AL CHASTAIN
The Ladies of St. Luke's Church Will price we ask. They are from the
I. when we. surrendered themto So-itb, North East and West. Their
Carey McDaniel. with a similar Hold a Fair at the Skating Rink combined values including theLive Gas

endorsement. Carey told us that Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00.Ve Engineer
f May 21 to May 23.
ale only able to make this offer I
}. down at his wood camp a negro woodchopper
The ladies of St. Luke's Church, for a very stort time and it will positively -!
r: laid ,his axe on a log and ba withdrawn soon. If you'I Cotton, Manufacturing Lumber and
Live Oak will hold a fair at the
proceeded to eat his diner. A snake want the best bargain ever offered' Industrial Departments In addition

came along and struck its fangs in the I Skating Rink beginning Tuesday. you, order the Club now.' Do not' to having full and complete depart- iTackey SfcASJ

handle of the axe. Soon after the May 21st, and continuing through to wait, for jou may eesitate too long.:j menu of the Home. Garden Fruit !
I I Thursday the 23rd for the purposeof tf }ou aife aiteady a subscriber to any I.I Farm. Poultry. Cattle Live Stock
handle began to swell and eventually raising to clear the rectory o- all of tbe papers in the Club your etc. It is very readable and full of
k bursted the eye out of the axe. We money time will be extended one year from'I Jbrigrt I snappy news and contains 32 I >
I property of debt. Friends and the .
told Mr. McDaniel we were somewhatof I .ate of your order. Probably you do Pages.
public generally are requested to not care to have all of tfce Papers and
a prevoracator ourself. and had a give them their patronage. The following Magazines sent to your address If o SUCCESSFUL FARMER Is published -I

widespread reputation as the same : ladies will have charge of no:, you can split the Club and have: at Des !Moines la., and has been, Band Cold
but that we would surrender our ileia sect ot anv number of different long established. Each Issue contains
credentials to him. and by the way. i booths; addresses, or two or more parties can from 50 to 60 Pages and It is one i
i Ice cream, lemonade and sherbet- conic in together and divide the Club or the handsomest and most complete
people who know Carey McDaniel : Mrs. Barclay MissLucas and Miss among themselves. On acount of the. publications of Its kind In the world. I AT IBSAUDITOR'
sy will admit that he is entitled to all Grubb. Krulfd time that "Ae will be able to Every department of the farm and I
the honors of the kind. make this wonderful offer we will be 1qrne Is fully represented In this paper s
I Cake-Miss Annie Grubb. unable to furnish sample copies to and each of these departments '
Was Larkin Booth-rs. Carrell and 4none. We take pleasure in givinga is in i ct arge of an expert. It Is a very ]
Oak Grove a
Picnic at
1 Union Mrs. Wasdin. "c}ort sketch of each paper in the handsome publication and is a month-I
: Grand Success. Club. 117. published book
on
I Candy-Miss Rie Porter. I. paper.FRUIT I

z. Editor Deomcrat-The union pic-! Home Booth-Mrs. Needhaa ando TIIK PLANTERS JOURNAL, of GRKEX'8 GROWEK, of WednesdJl.5c !
Mempl Is, Tenn.. Is in its
school house given seventeenth It"chester N. Y.. has been
nic at Oak Grove Mrs. Helvenston. jear. It is published monthly on the for published I
by the Farmers' Union on May llth.was .j' Drug Booth-Mrs. Butler and Mrs. nth of each month. Colonel Hugh by Col.twentY-seTen Chaa. A. years and is edited
Green
a success in every respect.At Geo. E. Carter, Sr. L. Bedford, its editor is ODe of the to be tt e best-known writer who Is said E
of
this
about nine o'clock a. m.. the| Soda Water Booth-Mrs. Robbins United vest-know States.agricultural He writers in the k'nd In the world. J"e Is ably assisted -! prize will ***
lives
his
to roll in. Soon the and Mrs. on model by Prof. H. E. Van Deman *
k vehicles began Goggins. farm near Memphis, and also has a sistaht editor. These as as- \ and girl weartt *
two
grounds were crowded with people of 1"I large cottoa.. lantaUon In Mississippi ell.t1'Y1et1 well-known

both sexes. About 11:30 o'clock. all and an orange and 'fruit farm In .Of d ;artQent also haTe editors a large number tumes. MUSIC
healspeaking. Florida. He is ably assisted by wrft .and' special I Fifth CSV B
Invited In the house to I a era Tbia magazine the
were large number alone Is
of '
Brothers J. S. Parker and ?OLEYSIICm-'U> '! special writers and department correspondents.editors, worththe entire Club.price that we .ask for the sion. adults !**'

.E. R'<';...\Vise"-gave.. us some very inter- 'tox->.-tb"cough sad meals Laing. The Journal makes't':"!a specialty of its 14 this country In compares its class WIth no paper It. I l I fit Fifth City Br'sa'

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