Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 17, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
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System ID: UF00075905:00079
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-'IL ;,.'o. 186 ... LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 10O7. TEN CENTS A WEEK.




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L oduced In House RequiringjeOTpapers 1 A '
to Mark Paid Matter Judge lakes Interesting Talk In

.idvertfc......," I i : Passing; Sentences-Xegro Gets

4 r.* i a Rs f r a -- G I 7 ti 91OO or 60 Days--Court Sews

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: ahassee, May 17.-The unlit : _
f. It is a matter to be regretted that
of text books met Its defeat i f !
ienate yesterday Mr. Crane of t, I : 4Q there were not more of our citizensin

- who two years ago t the court house this morning to
.,enth, i
'r .. have heard the very sensible remarksof
ded in getting a uniformity bill i S : /

led through tie upper body los- f' ,. Judge Palmer on the present
, cheapness with which human life Is
4 lard fought battle by a vote fill # ,
\ held and the appalling amount of
, 1$. It *as praowcaliy a tie .I -
.. members vot-. / murders committed throughout the
dace two of the \ '
. :' country In consequence. The Judge .
sPinS! his snbsi tate. :Messrs. kH S -

and Leggett did so out of de- : : -- (' 'i shows he appreciates circumstances

tox" to tie wishes of their consti- e e t t'4."e c r r .fi sufficiently to temper mercy with jus-
C tice In passing sentence on convicted
though personally they were
criminals. :McCall was convicted
apathy with state uniformity. jo : /--j
jf of'mnrder in the third
>p&in were
senate having refused the II' degree and could have had sentence -

imposed for a period of twenty years. t_
substitute to the Humphries'which .
Judge Palmer the
very mercifully cut
provides for county --........ _, sentence ten
to years remarking in
r,..,the latter measure is fe-
so doing that it had come to his
of and will
u certain passage .
knowledge that the average life of
ported by some members not-
8 even the most robust negro at hard
President Harris who voted fore -
labor in the Florida
penitentiary was
bilL The arguments for
McDeugall In Philadelphia North American. only fifteen years, and that a twenty
the substitute offered bye
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,or to be exact the amend- year sentence was equivalent to a life
time sentence which in
,vUch was to strike out all theiea' MAX MARRIKS GIRL OF THIR- LIVE OAK'S
the law nor the jury Intended -
bill after the enacting TEEX. I
should be imposed.In .
ud Insert an lien thereof the C. A. Ridley Tells of the Latest Investigating Committee Badly Mixed passing sentence of Jesse Bell-

the Crane's bill consumed the Starke Sensation Over New In Deal and .
Thing Dig Its I'imaters.TimesUnion. Prohibition Amendment Killed. inger who had been convicted of
part of two days covering the Matrimonial Line.A .
( .) Tallahassee. June 17.-The special carrying concealed weapons. Judge
its- which hare already been
Starke. Fla., special to the Jack- Rev. C. A. Ridley pastor of the committee appointed to report on the Palmer took, occasion to give the

at. length In the press and the sonville Metropolis says: Starke hasa First Baptist church of Live Oak. and progress and work of the Internal liquor traffic a good rap. He said

.educational- asoclatlons, genuine sensation in the nature of who Is always anxious and ready to Improvement Fund committee has much of the yfrmf Committed, especially -
Book Company being a -
the marriage. of an Infant to a man speak a good word for his city is at asked for further instructions and among the negroes, was trace-
mentioned. -Mr.
& 111 advocacy, of his sub- almost 3Q. years of. age.,, The think,-..*the Aragon hotel en route to theSoulEerDrBaplls'lCo'nvenflonr also reported that the committee approved able to liquor- "And" continued the

tag people of the town are indignant : which of the work and it was in accordance Judge "we are going to wipe it out,

measure, was supported by and it is probable that the case will meets this week In Richmond Va with the senate original in- and the day Is not far off when the
it Harris Mr. Hudson Mr
i be brought to the attention of the Mr. Ridley said he would also attend structions. This report was held up. curse will be eliminated from our
id Mr Trammell, while the
Starke authorities. i the Jamestown exposition while away for further consideration.The state.*' Good for the Judge. Bell

opposed by Messrs ,Hum- Saturday afternoon E. L. Williams' and would be gone about two weeks. appropriation bill for Univer- inger it seems was about three
Johnson Beard. West of the
and appeared at the office of County Mr. Ridley was one of the originalfive sity and State colleges was made drinks ahead when he began to_
others. The
ti principal Judge Thomas J. Dekle with Dellna commissioners appointed by Gov- special order for next Tuesday.The flourish his pistol and thereby hangshis
against state
uniformityby O'Neal 13 years of age. and at his ernor Broward to this exposition and Crawford state prohibition case. "One hundred dollars and

the gentlemen were that request was granted a license to wed has assurance from those in chargeat amendment in the house was lost thismorning cost" said the Judge "or six monthsIn

put too much power In state the girl. Judge Dekle performed the Jamestown of special attention and by a vote of 36 to 18, six the county Jail."
and would be
an Infringe- ceremony.A courtesy. That-Florida has no build- less than the required three-fifths
tpoa the rights of self-
ittides prominent local minister has ing at the great exposition is not the majority. Motion will be made tomorrow DUPOXTS CAPITAL REMOVAL

taken the matter in hand and is fault of Mr. Ridley or any other mem- to reconsider.The BILL.

being firm in their con- looking up the Florida statute bearing ber of the commission.In house killed the Willis bill

sad the the battle was fought to the on the case, with a view of speaking of Live Oak Mr. Rid- I abolishing capital punishment. People to Say If It Shall Be Locatedat

(talon vanquished went down arousing sentiment against such ac- ley said: "Guess you saw where Live j Military committee reported favorable Point East of Suwannee.Mr. .

streaming leaving the tion on the part of a public official. Oak men and money had t"ftght the I' permanent state encampmentI
clear for DuPont, of St. Johns yesterday -
Y the Hum-
When seen by the Metropolis rep- finest tract of timber land and one I I I site near Jacksonville.
bill since: the McCreary'billy Introduced a bill to submit to
< resentative Judge Dekle unreservedly of the largest mills in the state
the the people at the next general elec-
same as the defeate gave out the names of the contract- Well' it is a fact. 'the deal amounted I FIRST GEORGIA PEACHES.Are .
substitute tion a proposition to remove the
and its author I
to half a million dollars and .
ing parties and added the informationthat every .
sacrificed the 'prospects of I capital to some point east of the Su-
the bride was but 13 years of dollar of the money was Live Oak In Good Condition and Half Crop

which bears his name for the age. money. The purchase was made from I I Is Possible. wannee river.
the principles If the people vote for removal the
Involved and
I I the Muller Lumber Company, of!r Americus, Ga., May 16.-The first
supported I next legislature following is to deter-
the measure of the ly for the purpose of encouraging Tampa, the mill being located at peaches from Americus orchards this
from the eleventh. mine the site. The bill referral
The was :
only immigration through a state depart- Odessa. The purchasers were Thomas i I season and probably first in the state,
amendment to the miscellaneous legislation
to the Crane ment of Immigration. Mr. Reese was Dowling, Charles H. Brown William have been brought to market. com-
te, while it mittee. Mr. DuPont asked for a full
was before the the leader in the fight against the bill, G. Hair and Chap. H. Tedder. The They are of the Sneed variety and
was one by Mr.Jackson reading of the bill and a place for it
pro- that It practlcaly an the entire
that holding was purchase covers holdingsof good enough of the kind.
counties: In on the calendar without reference to
*|book which the free evasion of the Federal law forbidding the Muller Company south of the Americus orchardmen expect to
system la committee, but the regular procedurewas
In vogue should individuals to bring into the countrycontract Coast Line railroad, including 50- ship probably thirty cars peaches this
tied '
from the followed.As .
>The operation of the laborers, and would resultin 000 acres of timber saw mill, plan- season, principally Georgia Belles t
Humphries' the greater number of important -
by bill was en- bringing in laborers rather than ing mill, railroad, etc. Mr. Brown these escaping the April blizzard.
state cities are located east of the
convention of settlers and the reduction of the when seen yesterday after his return Orchards are in good condition and
VKliool Suwannee river this measure
UTnuhtssee superintendents which present scale of wages jn this state. from Tampa told me that the new probably a half crop seems assured. promises

last month. He concluded the chief beneficiariesof company would soon begin the ex- to precipitate the warmest con-
t1eev.UTe test on the capital-removal questionthe
session the senate con-'I the act would be the railroads and tension of the railroad from Odessato small salary. Three years ago he
state has seen.-Tallahassee
appointments by Gover- other companies with large bodies of Tampa and otherwise enlarge and went to the milling business with yet

and ard of HoD. H. ). Carter as land for sale. But the friends of the enliven the work. seemingly everything against him. He Dally Sun.

of HoD.the 0. 0. McCollum as I bill saved It from indefinite postpon- "Say what you will but it is very has won out, and today bids fair as .
!eceaUJ criminal court of re- ment by a vote of 29 to 27, and it evident that the genius of Live Oak's one of our brightest and best young

established In and for went to the engrossing committee. young business men is attracting the business men. Of course Mr. Dow-
toasty Two Thousand Delegates Are to Take
that the constitution re- Along with a bill by Mr. DuPont of attention of men from everywhere, ling is no boy in years, appearanceor
an Part In Convention.
1 1 the nominations and sus- St. Johns appropriating $2,500 a year and is entering into the shaping of experience. There is no better mill _

w governor shall be con- to be expended by the commissionerof commercial life of the entire state. If man in Florida than Thomas Dow- Richmond, Va., May 16.-Two
senate In secret ses- agriculture of the state in publishing you ask the secret of Live Oak's ling. The Gulf Lumber Companywill thousand delegates are already here 1

isiat matters concerning Florida valu- growth and prosperity I will point to b*. a success from the first day for the Southern Baptist convention f

raoistioa Proposing an able for advertising matter In secur- these men and assure you that therein of its life. No man in Suwannee which begins in the auditorium tonight ;J
letlalature the constitution allows ing Immigrants. The bills will come lies our past prosperity and future county meant more to Live Oak than when Mayor McCarthy will

tp create an adtedietsy up for final passage at the same time hope. No town in Florida can boastof has Mr. Dowling. He Is a man of make the address of welcome and Dr. -j

8a 1 drenlt, introducedsenate and it goes without saying that one so many young men none of whom large means and yet he has accumu- Dickinson of Birmingham Ala., will .

The wed the un- will be killed. I know anything of failure in a busi- lated this wealth right here at home deliver the annual address.

s bin senate also passed The bill to reapportion representation -i ness way. Look at these men whose without ever resorting to 'tricks in The conference of Sunday-school

is prohibiting the sale in the senate was recommitted names we have Just mentioned. There trade' or condecending, to anything workers was held yesterday.The j

gaaatities less than one upon motion of the chairman of the Is Brown who is yet in his young little or low. Thomas Dowling is the Baptist Young People's Union .

wag a license tax oforders Joint committee. Mr. Clark won manhood and looks like a boy. But presonification of honor and business will also hold Its convention tonight .

"! '- ... after a brief fight In the house. he don't do business like a boy. He Integrity. All Live Oak rejoices that In the First Baptist church. The main

JIOUe, Mr. Calkins of Nassau yesterday Is a genuine. Then there is Chap. Mr. Dowling Is still a citizen of this convention will be held In a new

.::: veal special Introduced a house bill requiring Tedder only a young man. but he has city and that the returns from his auditorium Just completed by the 1-

-. ...' ,n. rtnetpal argu- newspapers and other periodicals to demonstrated his ability and proved outside Investments are to revert city converting a large market house

\111 of lire Knight put the word "advertisement" over that he can win. Take Will Hair five back to Suwannee county and be Invested at Carey and Linden streets Into a !j

fang1 ,000 rear- Joint committee. I years ago Will was clerking for a for our upbuilding." large hall for public meetings. JJ


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TO MAKE A TOWN GROW. marshal. The mayor, clerk and mar-

shal holds office for one year.
Some Interesting Information That Section 1003. The aldermen shall

Should lie Carefully Head and be divided into two classes. The first .

Remembered by l'eopleno class holds office one year and, each

Wish to lluild Up Their subsequent class holds office two t.Everyhody
Section of The State. I years. .

The Real Estate Board recently i! Section 1005. The city clerk shall

adopted a resolution favoring the or- i, prepare a report of the proceedingsto Ought to Drink Red RocK
ganization of United States town-
be signed by the mayor and alder-
ships for Duval county under the plan : men and filed with the clerk of the
It is of the drinks
i ; one most delightfully refreshing
followed largely in the Western Circuit Court. This completes the or- ALe
States. This system would enable ganization. made-It is one of the very few drinks that did not G

each township to make its own local : have to change its formula one particle to conform to
Section 1007 gives authority over
improvements under direction of its the waters within the limits. i the Pure Food Law. It has been-is and always will
own officers and to levy its own assessments be
Section 1008. A president of the ; absolutely pure.
for the purpose. Many Inquiries .
have Council must be elected. The mayor THE RED ROCK CO. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. -
been made for further
has veto over ordinances.
Informaiton, and the following sum-
mary of the Florida laws on the su- Section 1011. The Town Council f

ject has been prepared may regulate city electors.. M -

Section 999 of the Florida Revised Section 1013. The Town Council -

Statutes says that it shall be lawful may pass laws for public peace and .. -

for the male inhabitants of any hamlet morals. -
village or town, not less than Section 1015. And may regulate
twenty-five, to establish for them- improve, alter and open streets, con-

selves a municipal government with struct drains and sewers. I Section 1070 The town clerk may If Taft gets ahead on the A Pittsburg burgh *'

corporate powers and privileges. Such Section 1017. And may control issue warrants.-Jacksonville Me- track, it will take a mighty slim runner [ new record by not ms&

inhabitants must possess the qualifications sidewalks, etc. i'tropolis. to shove past him."Here's ding gusets but stets i I
_ requisite to an elector at gen- Section 1023. And may lay off :I the bride.

eral State elections and shall have parks streets canals etc. I DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
1030. And may assess real to your health and hoppiness"DeWitt's .
paid his poll taxes for State electionsand Section
I Salve does not merely heal on the surface kIih.
estate one-third for improvements, Little Early Risers -Kidney complaJAt
shall have resided in the town
for six months next preceding the two-thirds to be borne by general tax. ; it penetrates the pores and -famous little pills. Nasty. sick I than any ether disci*J\
promptly relieves pain caused *
election and shall have been regis- Section 1040. And may condemn I' headache or biliousness may come on to the disease being* ;
boils, burns scalds I
cuts and skin af
tered in the municipal registration lands for improvements. any time; the cure Is an Early Riser. it ge tsa good
diseases. It is especially good for Aney $
as shall be prescribed by ordinance Section 1041. And may construct Sold by City Pharmacy d* 1 fore it Is recoga! .
i! piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by
docks, bridges, ferries, wells, Cure will prtTeat
and he shall be a qualified elector of pumps City Pharmacy. d* I dfse&5Ilflll
the municipality at such election, lighting, parks. The trouble with the progressive !ment of fatal

provided that State or county regis- Section 1052. And may tax prop- in the Douma. is that they want to'' City Pl armacy.
tration shall not be required to qual- erty and license business. ODDS AND ENDS . . . reform a world at one stroke. ---
ify an elector of a city or town.Section Section 1053. The town valuation President Castro is still reading A bill has bat11i 1sh
of shall not exceed the last his premature obituaries. prG'I I
1000 says three hundred property The Duke of Abruzzi will not find Iowa legislature *
voters constitute a city and a less State valuation. The total taxes for any North Pole in this country, but date of arrival per tte '
number is called a town. one year shall not exceed one percent May Yohe has got tired of being as a substitute stamped upon sB e '
we can show him -
Section 1001 says any communityof of State valuation, but this shall Mrs. Putnam Bradlee Strong and has Vice-President Fairbanks. the market. Wb1sdf

per ons desiring to form a munici- not prevent taxes for special purposesor taken a new husband. Putty was too rubber stamp &aU

pal corporation shall, for thirty days special assessments. soft. I let her do her ores :tP
' publish in the newspaper or by post- Section 1054. Special taxes may Notice to Our Customers. *

ing in three public places a notice be levied for water works and fire The Life Insurance --We are pleased to announce that My BeSt frill'Alexander .

requiring all registered voters residing protection on two-thirds vote of muddle has started the public to Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, BeJltoL'
In the proposed limits to Council and thirty days' notice not ex. colds
assem- thinking The wonderful success that and lung troubles Is not affected Rural Route 1, fort
ble at a certain time and place to ceeding five mills and State valuation. has met Ballard's Horehound Syrup by the National Pure Food and "Dr. Kbt-

select officers and organize a munici- Section 1060. The Town Council, in its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, Drug law as it contains. no opiates or says best: arthl1'frisL
pal government. on approval of majority of registered Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles I I otter harmful; drugs, and we recommend my slx 7 '" l
Section i002 At the time and voters, may borrow money or con- -has started the public to thinking I, it as a safe remedy for children performed awfs .-oadelfll.

place designated In the notice afore- tract loans. of this wonderful preparation. :[ and adults. City Pharmacy d-w. The first bIJUIe,
said not less than two-thirds of those Section 1061. And with twothirdsvote Tley are all using It. Join the pro cough, *.4 tIIII
whom it is proposed to incorporateand of registered voters may issue cession and down '-with sickness. rible
Governor Hughes the not less than twenty-five sbalj bonds. Price 23c SOc and $100.! Sold by have doesn't seem to
se.ect a name and seal and designateby Section 1063. Bond issues shall Suwanee Drn: Co. d-w* the support of anybody but the until she w.4King's "
people in DI8"
definite metes and bounds the ter- not exceed ten per cent of assessed I II fight against the political New '
gangs. and
ritorial limits value. Carnegie s coughs
can't induce Pittsburg students :
I other
They shall choose by majority vote Section 1068. The mayor may ap- to learn bricklaying. ous" '
They In spite of the strike It. FuM!:.
of said electors a mayor and from five point police and may try violators of want him to teach 'enr how to pile In the Ha- equaled cr
to nine aldermen, a city clerk and a brdinances. I up the "rocks." vana cigar factories, there is no dear-' clay & Groonf bttjs;
th of real Havana perfectos. $1.00. Ttia7 ., "

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    For there is none better at any price, and you, Mrs. Housewife, will appreciate the ,

    cleanliness that they will bring to your kitchen. :

    Garden Hose Nozzles Extra Lengths in Hose

    WE'VE GOT THEM t In Sets and Stock

    Jewell NOW Wetter Crockery Pieces. Tinware Ir '

    Stoves and Ranges for everybody in all sizes and prices, "PRIMBLE CUTLERY." The Cutlery of quality and Ii

    and if you don't get one it's your fault. none.. better. I

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    General Hardware, Wholesale and Retail



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    Occasion-*Southern Baptist GET LUCKY BOYSGet C.S.BROWN. F.E.THOMPSON

    - nation and Auxiliary Societies BROWN & THOMASON.

    ad,Va.,May l -21. 1907 r rI rr

    1" nut o! the above occasion, w you a Rabit PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS, \ \ f fr.

    nee round-trip rate of one fare. Foot. Yes man,
    ,,i 1 twenty-five cents in the sale of LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA.
    'to Richmond, Va.; tickets at
    (,:fate being on sale from'May 13th RaNt Foot OverallUnion DR. J. W. WEST

    Uth inclusive, with final limit Physician and Surgeon.
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    , Richmond fifteen days from
    - Of sale However, by comply- made. Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. 1
    Residency at Ethel HoteL
    g certain conditions and upon
    ;tJ'Ileut of fee of Jl.OO, rn extension Phone Office.No.168.
    Rabit Foot Overalls are the best
    * Residence NOB.23 or 168.
    ttij limit to June 17th may bt Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test Drug Store(Barclay&Groover)No-16.
    ;rocured. we feel sure we can give you the
    The Seaboard has been declared Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, greatest satisfaction. There is an
    :w official route for delegates to this Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss
    :!.eet1I1C. Those baring the matters Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overallsthe put upon our work that enhances the
    : tau4 pppearance and lengthens the life of
    wing the were evidently guided in lucky sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. your linen. Bring your Shirts, Col-
    decision to name our
    : lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and
    :ae LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will
    l some
    Ves of the atti active fea- $1.00 $1.25 and $1.50Per Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our
    of our service noticeable practice m all the court of the State. Special
    * attention given to Conveyances. Collection I Laundry and you will hare them
    S these being our double daily of Rents Eta All business promptly attended ,.
    quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory
    with through coaches and the Florida salesman. Watch for to.NOTAKT I
    pair.Ve are PUBLIC STATE AT LAXCK. manner at a satisfactory
    Our l&gears. something next week. I trice.. f.
    peopl. with an Idea of afford-' I
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    i delegateM to this and other con- M. DIXON, f

    tity tlon., bald for hate Tiiitlng In perfected Richmond the Jamestown an an op-ar-I Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. L. DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry. i:F

    'lqellleut PHON 139.
    ! or whereb,7 the return porlot ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE,
    reading< from Rich-t WORK. : SPECIALTIES.
    \014&., are,honored from Portsmouth,, r
    aim additional charge. This "" """ ,,,, 1"" "" '" "
    Ctrtaiul makes the See board T. J. LYLE I
    reiaii7 T1ere' aUneU"a movement now on foot M t", NOTICE I"I Practical ; 'SHONEY'NoTAR

    : &T the Florida) Baptists assemble WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER n
    fit tkk Jatboumt e lillle 'mOTing from here I 1 To Contractors and Prospective Builders: 35 year's experienceGood
    s\04,. trtln, one might saT In stock of Watches always hand. f ff
    nil on F
    111ft Dleuaatbistarle4 too will make the trip I THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

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    the will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand WALL PAPERWhen The original !
    -11e Dersoa Coagn-gaUon. Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
    41aturbet the eone05 LAXATIVE cough remedy. t
    Sunday bT coMinnalyk OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.
    teQaeated to bUT a"bottle For coughs, colds throat and lung J
    cleyy, 8ose7 in need of nice wall troubles. No opiates.. Non-alcoholic.
    and Tar. City Phar-I pa
    l Brick & Supply Co. Good for every body. Sold everywhere
    y d-w- The Live Oak I per call on H. H.'PETTY, at The genuine ti:

    ) 1uat4nstralian CLINTON & MEEICS MARKET.jLEYliONtTAmTA. FOLEVS HONEY and TAR U in f
    'r1U5 hS Just 'I III' "" I "I
    a Yellow
    10.J.. % package. Refuse substitute
    dat words on a postal ,
    We are Prepared only by
    1tra ready'to bet a new Foley .
    : the, Company Chicago.City
    .at are not the kind of !
    rover Cleveland uses. a Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. Cures Cotdtt F.wvez'. Pwtsmec s 1 Pharmacy.

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    i Published every Afternoon who regard every successful man as ,.",
    Except Sunday. an enemy to the best interests of the c-'
    f % appreciates.lUCHAtlMTW
    T country even though his success may .__frt,;
    t J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gr.
    have been earned after years of \aJ

    I hard honest work and the truth of -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWAWIEE lIVEr Clothing
    > Entered at the Postoffice Lire Oak the matter is that nearly every man :at

    Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter who has attained anything like success Hotel and Cottages
    ; November 7. 1905. Mineral Springs
    in a financial way has done so by reason pie
    6 hard work economy and by.the use
    IN EVERY Rootoll.
    THE. DAILY DEMOCRAT in many instances acted the 17
    mailed to any part of the United demagogue Ih parading before the RATES REASONABLEADDRESS &GULF. CONNECTIONATUEOAKWITHALLTRA.NS

    ';. States postage prepair. for $5.00 public the successful man' as a bitter : DOWLING PflRK. FLORlDft LIVE OAK
    per year; $2.50 for six months; PARK HOTEL
    enemy to the common people. But
    11.25 for three months or 50 cents
    the day when the 5- '1
    for five weeks in advance. De- people can longer -
    be led from their better H I 1 I I I I I Ml 1 Ml I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II 11 I II II MM I MM Ml
    of the city by astray . . .
    livered to .
    any part I . . . . . . I' "
    carrier for 10 cents per week.A and sober judgment, is fast passing it.

    --------- ----- away. '
    The following from the Orlando SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGESPECIAL Ii IiI
    new High School building ought Reporter-Star, credited to the Greenville -i
    1 to be the next new building to. go up
    (S. C.) Piedmont, is .true as
    in Live Oak.
    gospel; :
    :. ."Some people have gotten.so:much ..t
    The sixty-fourth annual session of !in the habit of abusing, and vilifying I 1. "

    the Episcopal Diocese of Florida is men more fortunate than themselvesthat }i. ; : i

    in session in Gainesville and a large they regard every successfulman t J'it4

    number of delegates are present from as an enemy as a tyrant, a

    various sections of the state. monopolist, a bloodsucker or any- '

    thing else that is bad and to be de- .. _.. +

    When ten years old the present spised. The time,was when the heroof
    president of the United States was the country was the successfulman. iI
    the spokesman for a party of boys Now, under the teachings of'

    who collected and gave a library of the demagogue it is quite the re- +

    forty-five books to the crew of an verse. The man who by his wisdom,

    American clipper ship. integrity, industry or otherwise, no ANNOUNCEMENTFor h

    matter how, wins in everyday affairsof Ii Iiwill

    The pogram for the Declamation life become the target for arrows

    Contest tonight at the Auditorium is and shaft pointed with venom of the next three months a FOUR MOJTTHS' SCHOLARSHIP | ;
    a good one, and it Is hoped that every the shiftless the lazy the drunkenand be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only 830.00.

    patron and as for that matter every the goodfornothing."The Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged that a 4

    citizen will attend. Encourage the demagogue is responsible for I1 student entering on this special offer can finish within the limit of the '. '' >

    students and the teachers in the work much more. Starting out with the | | scholarship.This _.i _I.-
    of the shiftless and 1'
    support good-for-
    by your presence. is an opportunity which you cannot*afford to miss.
    nothing who are always ready to FiNtCLOTMtli
    Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and we will t wawaIf I
    I follow any man who proclaims the -.... I
    Hon. J. B. Johnson, Suwannee purpose of attacking owners of prop- help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than yon now have. i -
    county's new senktor stepped to the
    the if he is shrewd .1
    erty, demagogue, WRITE FOR CATALOG.
    front the first day. Already he
    and glib-tongued, draws into his fol-
    is a power in the senate and is recognized lowing numbers of men who are in- you are, you can essj
    as one of the best debaters in .
    dustious and educated, but who have expecting to see
    that body. But he only talks whenhe SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE IrW1J
    been unable to rise beyond that stage
    Index.has something to say.-Lake City of success at which a comfortable i interest you in our tress

    living is possible. Many of these may and varied stock of
    have fought hard for greater ad- J ,
    Hon. S. M. Sparkman. of Tampa. vancement in worldly goods, but new clothing for! Sir
    L. M.HflTTON President 0. S. STEPHENS Principal 1
    who has served the people of thatdlatrct they have either lacked the acute- ,
    in Congress for a long time, ness necessary to the attainment of : 't : . + Summer, which in style,p
    ., ,11111111111111..1..1111111111.11)11.1111111111111Live *
    and who is one of Florida's leading their aim or they have been kept and assortment is onipc
    statesmen and best men has accepted down by misfortune.
    the invitation to deliver the an- "The demagogue devotes all his en- that shown by the leading

    nual address at the Suwannee High ergies to converting such persons to Oak Garage establishments of Ka1

    School commencement exercises hereon his policies. He plays upon human

    Monday night. weakness. He fans envy into flame sa City. If you haven't te

    and kindles resentment without the .
    .. for and I this Spring to see the
    The constitution of Oklahoma is victim's being conscious of the pro- repairing storing

    undergoing a very careful examina- Autos. A full supply of ,Gasoline and /value we offer in

    tion by Attorney General Bonaparte, cess.There are certain things that mustbe Oils! especially. prepared for Gas Engines. I

    which causes an exchange to remark realized and accepted with resignation Also sell the well Known Columbia bat-

    that "the example of a western law- if the country is not torn by Switches M1CUALISSFINE
    tery. Spark Coils and Plugs
    year is being followed who said in constant struggles between those that
    beginning his argument: 'If your have more and those that have less. kept in stock. Exclusive agent for

    honor please. I propose to scrutinizethis It is impossible to draw any more VulcanIzmgVorks, Jacksonville.

    case with the most unscrupu- definite line of distinction, because Sample of this work can be seen here.: !

    lous scrutiny.' the man who has a good living may CLOffi''

    be aroused to Just as great Indignation POR LIVERY i 1

    against his neighbor who has I
    THE LEGISLATURE'S WORK. The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
    more than his needs. The tools of the
    With the closing of the legislaturethe demagogue are the simple words Livery seating capacity for four. You shoi.ldn'tdelayi; :
    usual criticisms are thrown at
    that body by those who have been "more" or "less." T. other day. You cant &\
    "If the people do not discover this AL CHASTAINGas '
    disappointed in regard to the passageof celebrated<
    they will never be at peace. There equal
    certain measures in which they
    can never be perfect equality of I under]
    were particularly interested. Whileit Engineer Proprietor anywhere in town
    brain among men, and therefore
    is true the legislature has ,
    --- ----- --- Of
    I., there can never be perfect equalityof more than w'east
    sins of omission recorded against it, '
    the work accomplished so far entitles possession. Misfortune will over- WOMAN'S CLUB. The Ladies of St. Lake's Church Will high-grade cependabSe
    take unaccountably, while
    one man
    it to credit from all who are interested -!M I Important Committee Xamed by the Hold a Fair at the Skating Rink &
    fate will smile upon another with rials faultless in cut
    in legislation for the general. President.The May 21 to May 23. ,
    On the
    amazing persistence.
    good. {I I I following named ladies are ap- up-ro-the-minJ2;
    ability of the people to perceive and The ladies of St. Luke's Church, ing andvanced
    Many bills that are in the interestsof i pointed by the president of the Wo
    the whole people have been and avoid the fallacy of the demagogue man's Club as a civic committee: Live Oak, will hold a fair at the fashion, son can
    arguments depends the endurance of
    will be enacted into law at this session Mrs. C. X. Hildreth Jr., chair Skating Rink beginning Tuesday srit It
    our institutions. I selection of any
    and so far there has not beena man Mrs. O. O. Williams Mrs. J. F. May 21st and continuing through to

    vicious law made its way throughboth Sherwood, Mrs. T. S. Baisden Mrs. Thursday the 23rd for the $25.00 with everypennanentsaW
    branches of the legislature. On Wednesday morning, when W. C. White Mrs. C. A. Hardee, Mrs. purposeof Il"
    Our lawmakers have been alert the cases against Claude L'Englewere W H. Lyle, Mrs. B. W Helvenston.The raising money to clear the rectory a

    throughout the session as regards to called the defendant failed to work of this committee shall property of debt. Friends and the the best val..e
    crowding through measures of ques- appear either in person or by attor- be along the line of city: Improvement public generally are. requested to you

    tionable nature and no,suspicion rests ney although the trial was set for aiding the council and authori- give them their patronage. The fol- at the price you paid.

    upon either house of having been in- that time. Mr. L'Engle's bond was ties In any way they can. Any per- lowing ladies will have charge of .

    different when there was the least there-upon estreated, a capias issuedfor son having a grievance of this kind booths: Suits

    doubt as to the character of a proposed his arrest and Deputy Sherilf and hesitating to take it up as an Ice cream, lemonade and sherbet Smart Spring

    measure. The peo:f e have been Young sent to Tallahassee to execute individual will please report to this Mrs. Barclay, Miss Lucas and Miss
    given the benefit of the doubt in It. He returned without his prisoner, committee and the matter will then Grubb.

    every instance, and this, It is unneces- and it is charged by the prosecutionthat be taken up with the proper authorIties Cake-Miss Annie Grubb. $3.00 to

    sary to add. is as it should be. Governor Broward interferred, This committee meets the first LarkIn Booth-rs. Carrell and
    Taken as a whole the legislationof and by a telegam instructed the courtto Monday in each month at four Mrs. Wasdin. te '

    this session reflects favorably up- continue the cases, and himselfset o'clock, at the public library. Everyone CandY-Miss Rie Porter. I Clothes made of

    on the men who have secured its en- the time when L'Engle might ap- interested Jn city improvement is Home Booth-Mrs. Xeedham and in handsome

    actment. pear for trial. The right of the gov- earnestly requested to met with them.It Mrs. Helvenston. tailored to resist r l

    This county has a right to feel ernor to take such actions has caused is to be hoped that every citizenof Drug Booth-Mrs. Butler and Mrs. their shapeliness

    gratified with the showing made by excited comment, and "a hot time" Live Oak, merchants especially, Geo. E. Carter, Sr. e1 t

    our members. While deprived of a is expected. We have always under- will co-operate with this committeeIn Soda Water Booth-Mrs. Robbins values thatsto !fir
    representative in the senate, on ac- stood that the executive and Judicial helping to have a sanitary city. and Mrs. Goggins. $10.50 '
    count of the death of Senator New- branches of the government were attractive

    Ian the first of the session we are separate and distinct and we cannotsee Missionary to China.. to$t50.

    now ably represented by Hon. J. B. : how the governor any more than Mrs. S. S. Harris, for many years, The South's Lumber Cut. --

    Johnson and in the house our Inter- any other citizen. can interfere witha corresponding secretary of the FlorIda (Manufacturers Record.) !I

    ests have been closely guarded by process of the court. The Herald Missionary Society has been accepted 'I Nearly half the lumber of the country -

    Representatives Dorman and Mc- will refrain from comment until full as a candidate for Mission is now cut_ in the south, says the BUTLER

    Clellan. The work done by them particulars as to the legal groundsfor work by the \Voman's Board- at their I anufacturers'_ Record of May 9, the
    exceedingly well wIth that his action are in our possession. recent session in Richmond, Va, andi annual output of this
    compares section being
    of any other county In the State. Bradentown Herald. i i assigned as missionary; to China. I valued at about 300000000. AMENS' ouT


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    TlERSOF INTEREST BRIEFLY: of the Advanced Ideas in the Popular -i
    READERS Richardson's :

    t Shadow Embroidery ; Kimonos J

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    THEY 00 ; "
    0 COME Outfits. ? 1'

    WehavetheminFanAprons .- 41 -
    -. -;
    Oak and Suwannee'r Corset Covers, Lingerie \, I -'
    ., of Lire "N Dresser 1 WaistsVoile E
    < Gathered by the Democrat a sts. Sets Baby Shirt f
    testy Reporter Pillows. Sofa i illows. Hem- /

    stitched Scarfs. with Richard- P i I

    t sons' Grand Prize Embroidery ,. = t

    Dexter left for Atlanta yes- :' Silk and Illustrated Lessons +
    Vortli for embroidering. Pretty -
    pae : effects in Art Needlework for the

    L. Lewis, of Jasper, was here I homeandp.rsonaladornment. .Sta.m. edonanextraqualityLawn. t

    jesterday. !

    let IT.yesterday.Voodberry. of Luraville. was f Just bought a job lot of'I I

    pr.J. H. Reynolds, of O'Brien, was

    Herz yesterday. EMBROIDERY
    i i

    f.E.Castleberry returned to Lura-


    I3e Cot tU H. B. Small returned to Lake i 4000 yards, all kinds, going at just one-half the regular price. 'I "

    (jt!| ti& morning. i .

    V. D. Mercer, of Ellaville, is here jl

    II yy on business. i 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR :

    I :J:.. .- "_"--. '.'_ ".-_'' _'' ____'' -"_- ____'' _'' "- _'' _'' -".__'' L'. ., ., .. .. . . . . .. . . "- '_ _.. __.__L"_ ___"_ _"__"_ .. .. .. .. .. ".- ".- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. __.__"_ _"_ . _'_ : .
    Co H. Brown went to Lake City i J I J .L.LlL1 . '.' '.' ".:, . tNMr
    .tadness this morning.
    Mrs. Elbert Robertson, of Good- J. N. Cannon and wife, of Peacock, The delegates to the Confederate Dr. J. L. Kelley, of Gainesville,

    water Ala., who has ben visiting Rev. w e!e here today.V. Ake-Union at Richmond will leave superintendent of public instruction
    of Ella-
    Xrs. N, C. Scarborough,
    Ford's family for the past month, re- here on the 27th, instead of the 17th, of Alachua county, was a prominent
    TU here today on business.
    turned home yesterday. \ P. Allison, of Groover, was here as the type made us say yesterday. visitor In our city this morning, en
    --., today on business. route home from Tallahassee, wherehe
    If you want to sell see J. M. Bailey.
    Senator BUtch, railroad commissioner had been for several in the
    tt licensed auctioneer. He sells. If your watch Is sick, take i, to
    ,, was here this morning, en Dr. Taylor, of Crystal River, was J. D. Kadford. He has an expert interest of school measures pending

    J.C. Gogguns and S. A. Hinely route to Levy county to Investigate here this morning. watchmaker, who will put it in/good ]i before the legislature. While in the
    railroads. I order. 174 t-w2t I I city he honored the Democrat office
    O OB Peacock Lake today fishing.
    :t' I Mrs. McGuire of Rocky Sink, was with an appreciated visit.

    Erosion Small was a prominent Deputy Sheriff Stokely found two tere sLopping today. G. Potsdamer returned from Jack-

    liiitor here yesterday from Lake keys: on a ring this morning in front sonville this morning, where he has Remember the school entertainment '

    1 at, of the courthouse, which the owner Xathan Suraski went to Wellbornon ban in attendance upon the convention 'I at the Auditorium tonight. The
    can have by calling upon him. business )'esterda). I I of Funeral Directors and Em- ,:exercises will be worth hearing and

    J. H. Scales, one of Perry's prom- I -- I I, balmers. witnessing.,

    i beet young men, was in the city yes- Deputy Sheriff Stokely has arrested I! C. E. Haile Sr., returned to .

    1erda1. Walter Clemmons, a white man Gainesville this morning. Mrs. Quarterman, the charmingwife Wonderful Eczema Cure. .

    +: from Little River, charged withdrawing -,I I of Conductor Quarterman, of the "Our little boy had eczema for five

    -Ij !PI Dowling returned from Jack- a knife on Henry Blume. Clem- Presiding Elder Hendry went to Florida Railway, came up from Perry rears" writes X. A. Adams Henrietta. -

    . wvflle with a fine automobile last mons gave bond in the sum of $350to 1 I Jacksonville this morning. / this morning, and is doing some shop- Pa. "Two of our home doctors
    4 noiig. said the case was hopeless, his lungs
    appear before criminal court. .. :-: ping in Live Oak today.
    i. W. N. :McGinn and wife, of. Groover:I being affected. We then employed
    Jesse Hyt and Rev. L. M. Skelton, The little two=year-old daughterof were here today shopping. J. D. Wolfe, the Seaboard's efficient nl-er doctors, but no benefit resulted.By .
    i If TIlmarth, returned home this J! chance we read about Electric
    Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peeler, died agent at Houston, was in the y
    ! laming.Mrs. last night and the remains were takento V. H. Gwen, of Brooksville, Is a 1 city this morning. Mr. Wolfe has Bitters; bought a bottle and soon

    : Kissimmee this morning for burial. I "isitor to Live Oak today.A. fully recovered from the recent acci- nticed improvement. We continued

    Kellum and son, of the Park, The sympathies of all are with the dent he met with through a fall.J. this medicine until several bottles
    see here this morning, en route toEairbuke. bereaved parents and relatives. S. Harris, of Valdosta, was in were used, when our boy was completely -
    cured." Best of all blood
    -- tLe. city today on business. L. Barnes, a.prominent merchant -
    I r medicines and body building health .
    '; Mr. K. M. Clayton, one of Suwannee I of O'Brien, and D. Carpenter a
    i Postmaiter Adams returned from county's bright young men, has Sheriff Purvis, of Lake City, was leading farmer of that section, were +tonic Guaranteed at Barclay &
    feundins yesterday, and went to returned from Buchingham. where hi acre a s! on time this morning.J. in the city this morning, leaving for Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w

    asood this morning. has been principal of the school. Mr. their homes on the Coast Line train.
    Clayton brought with him some very W. Shelley, of White Springs, Is Next year the Suwannee High

    1j J U yon want draylng done or ajunk fine south Florida grapefruit. :here today;; a guest of the Ethel. Bishop C. B. Galloway, of Jackson, School promises to turn out six grad-
    = earned'to the depot, right uates, although there were only two
    Mississippi, will preside at the Florida -
    fdck, phone 1%'. W. N. Boatright. -Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best Harry: Taylorfi wife and son re- Annual Conference, Methodist this year.Florian .

    J for women and children. Its mild urned from Luraville this morning.N. Episcopal Church South, which
    T.S. Balsden and wife, Miss Lizzie I action and pleasant taste makes it meets with the Hyde Park Church,
    & '
    Master Sumner went to Santa Fe ; preferable to violent purgatives, such H. Thomas, one of Alton's best ,
    Tampa Fla., December 12, 1907.
    *niIg morning to visit Will McGregor's : as pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet nerchants, Is here today on business. I o B Book o llAa N News CO.

    and a sample of Orlno at City Pharmacy ---- Mrs. J. Williamson and son, i

    jiffJr Yt1.\"TED-A d-w ClPt.Vm Tedder, of Fenholloway, Joseph, arrived here from Tallahasseelast
    practical who business in Live Oak
    man s transacting .
    ferstands night, and are domiciled at A. -
    the latest and best If
    proof There will be a baptismal service today. D. Hemming's residence. Mrs. Williamson ;
    j tuning leather. Address W. .
    35 has been absent from Live ,
    *Coffins next Sunday night at the Second Ad- I
    ,Life Oak, Fla. R. Elliott went to Milton, Fla., this I
    i vent Christian church, at the conclu- I Oak for several weeks, and has been IT'S A
    ? and will remain I
    -jorning probably ;
    Express: Agent Lumpkins sion of the night service. Services time. '. missed by her many friends here all I r
    J /moved into the residence yester-vacat- begin at 7:45 o'clock. You are In- some of whom are glad to greet her again. :
    by vited to attend this service. Preacn-
    31 ElUs- Mr. Lumpkin ert- Miss Ruth McLeran, one of \y ellorn's NOVEL IDEA
    intends Ing by the pastor. Leslie Burris, of Dowling Park, is
    to make Live Oak hi. charming young ladies, is a 1
    .%i ent borne.j tie: proud father of a fine daughter
    test of Miss Susie Hemming.
    The members of the Methodist born last rriday. Mother and child

    Sunday school are requested to meet are doing nicely, but you can't get
    at 9:30 next Sunday morning in within speaking distance of Leslie. /Zc ;-k
    Par 6. . .
    Sale order that all may get to the auditor- He just won't talk to anybody but I

    ium in time for the union service. Ms wife and baby, and most of bis

    I The Children's Day exercises are I WeddingPresents I conversation is held with the baby.

    postponed until the following Sunday. % .

    ' no AND UNIMPROYfD I Mrs. J. A. McLeod and her pretty

    Miss Leonie Padgett, one of the baby, Tbelma, were guests of Mrs. "
    ; ity Real handsomest young' ladies South Car- I Dr. Payne last night, and left this'
    Estate olina lays claim to, arrived here this THE I I morning for Pinemount to visit the

    morning on a visit to her cousIn Miss JUNiOR BRIDES | former's mother. Mrs. McLeod has '
    Natalie Black. Miss Padgett will re- many admiring friends in Live Oak.

    farms[ [Etc main here some time, and will 1 and those who met her during her o- .

    s welcomed to the social circles of bP.I I short stay were indeed glad to greet

    :: Oak. Or those who choose I her.

    Y I I the month of May. Just I(I But a joking friend of ours says that
    r EMBROIDERY LESSON'S. Embroidery look in at our exquisite t O. O. Williams sold his JU'"nA on authors must be greater animals b
    : t Diamond Pins, Brooches .
    Y eyelet work, buttonholes : &"\d Rin s. Watches, Duval street to Geo. E. Porte'. Tr., j, cause "their tales come out of their
    YOUR and drawn work, and hemstitching i Bracelets, Etc. Everything and purchased from Cant HMl-n-'n ,, heads." I hunted, but then we have
    ;1 PROpEgTydWITH on sewing machine. Full Instruc- in Jewelry. Our I tJtA handsome concrete residence 'n | many tales they send into other people's
    tions beginning on the 20th and to' cus.cmprs. are always Ohio avenue occupied by Col. C \. heads, and what a vast amount of
    25th, for 5.00, payable in advance.Mrs. Hardee: Col. Hardee has nurcla"od amusement and instruction books af-
    V. E. Wickham, at Mrs. Alice F. Ton Robertson's rE'sld""N! ororty ford! As disseminators of the world's

    us. Armstrong, on Ohio avenue, or Singer n., o!" '* avenue, and TIM -'>ve into best and greatest literature we solicit
    Sewing Machine office. 16-3t tve ramp at once. Mr. WilHam! cer- your trade.

    *.p'nlvas one of the prettiest resi-

    Ladles I have Just opened a dressmaking dences In Live Oak.
    RU3REALTY GOe6ipld1IL. room in the Lewin buildin;, I The Jeweler foil o BOOK aid r tra Y Co. u

    And will be glad to serve you. Satis- You can get anything repaired that

    faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. i Live OAK, i fLA. was ever made to keep time at J. P
    Room 3. MRS. KIGHT. t f uu. Radford. 17d2t-w"5 i C. C. COOK, 1rop.LIVE ; .


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    Live Oak M'f'g. Co. *", scil Dl71s.

    Richmond Vs. CONNECTS WITH ALL_ TRAINS. ON S. .. ..'aT. AHa A.G L'1L'**;..pUAD


    The Seaboard Air Line Railway Manufacturers of
    .. NaL -
    announces low excursion rates from 4 Kai1 .... .' 11:
    'all Florida points made one cent per Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, Wit.ai1y aDd S'1'AT20N3

    mile, to Richmond Va., and return Daily. '
    the Re-Union. Tickets on : -' ;::
    account of Power and Turpentine.

    sale May 26, 27, 28. 29 and 30th. 7 :: ;10: L.'I Oak-__ -
    The Seaboard double daily
    service from Tampa. Jacksonvilleand Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residenceor t 50 aID' 34 p m L. ; IOwa :- ;,

    other Florida points. Extra Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power- OG a.. S" plD L. _.....Stokky L. ......,,. a as -

    through Pullman sleepers and day day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. a Ie aIDS 66 pm -- r.. Ij

    coaches have been arranged so all Jo aID. 08.m L.......r.-...._... ... "'-' Lrs kl..d ---l;.."=" I
    may be made comfortable. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special atten-- Az Wi1martla.-3.6 .__ J
    to a m 4 19 p m --=--I... I
    \ In order to allow their patrons to tion. and all orders promptly filled. .50 a ; L.. W v _... '...:-r.!;

    visit the Jamestown Exposition the We will low ceiling and Ar._.... _- .......Laravills,_,_.._
    Seaboard will honor return portionof give you good pricCS'on grade 'lOa-.10 a m m L. _LeZilie_._..___

    Richmond tickets from Ports- flooring. Come and get our prices. .60 a fa Ar.- wam. b..... ...... f

    mouth. The total round trip rates I ----- -- 10 00 a m flOp ID L. Wibna-'h-0.6 ..

    from some Of the important points in September 30th. 1903. and approved (50) feet in width.. 1018 a.. 34 p.. L.-- ----- --SuwUDMRiY---.I". Igaa_ .
    Florida are as follows. October 6th. 1903Be Be It Ordained by the Mayor and L. Norwood- -III.- $jfl.u ,
    ------ -
    aID. 10 m
    it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak 10 20 p S.t :
    Jacksonville . . . i. a t
    113.75 Florida nl4 1 = ..KQo.-. ..... ;,
    City Council of the City of Live Oak. : 10 I' !! f to p ---- .
    Lake City. . . . 13.75 Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street In ...... '.!.I"t

    Live Oak . . . . 13.75 Section la. That Section 1. Section the City of Live Oak Florida as it Az -Atm10
    Madison . . .. .. .. .. .. 14.00 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance now stands, be opened extended and ;0 ii 10 a a m III L.............. ........,.,_... ::::=='=, =:::.Lt j
    No. 1 8 of the City of Live Oak. established from the eastern side of
    Monticello . . . . 14.65 Ohio said fifty feet II Ob Ar.._..... ...Mayo_. _.. 1
    Florida. being an ordinance entitled avenue in City ml_ .
    Tallahassee . . .. .. IS.45 "An n-4lr.anee to prohibit the run in width, at right angles with said un..42p.L._..... .H 1.5_ .l

    Gainesville . . .. . 15.15 ning sr Isrce PT the streets of the Ohio avenue eastward to White streetin -"F.w-... .....-. 11l'9t11120aDl #

    Ocala . .. .. .. .. 15.75 City of Live Oak. of horses mules White's Addition to the boundaryof said City L._ ......_.... 1.Ro.d.-' ..,.-_ -
    logs and poatf and to provide for of Live Oat the northern 11 II a m 4 IS P" .tf ji.
    . . . aIl
    Leesburg 16.55 the impounding and disposing of the which said extension shall be alice L.---.A.kAld.-.._.- --.Lt
    Tavares . ... . .. 16.70 came," approved October 6, 1903 be drawn at right angles with Ohio to 1& IB 110 D m L5 ... .
    Apopka . . ... .. .. . 16.70 and the same are hereby amended so : avenue frem a point on the eastern a m 517 pm L. '.9 .. '..ax.It 1'

    'Orlando . . . ... 16.70 as to read as follows: j[side of Ohio avenue directly opposite os. ID 5 Z7 pm Ly e- h hi
    "Section 1. Horses, mules. j to the northern bounadry of Wilbur 3.0
    Dade City. . . . 17.05 and goats stall not be allowed to hogs run j I street as it now stands, running at i. 16 am i35p..L.-F way-_.... t.

    Plant City . . . . 17.55 at large upon any of the streets. al- rifbt angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 Ly -Dn1D1a1'k.3 -_..." .ibj
    Tampa . . . . 17.55 evs, lanes or unenclosed property of feet to White street in White's Addi- za a m 'C3 pm .. __ 111
    -PerT7 _...
    Manatee . . . '., . 18.50 tt e City of Live Oak. and that cows tion In said City of Live Oak Flo-- If U ID i 60 P ID I.
    : shall not be allowed to at ida. excepting therefrom three feet
    Palmetto . . . . 18.50 run large the northern side of the
    Bradentown . . . 18.50 public upon any highways of the of streets the said lanes City or or across Parsbley family burial grounds, ( ) Telerah or Telephone Static. tt Flag Station t(r)f.Regis4seacs W..r. .
    Sarasota . . . . 18.70 other unenclosed premises within which is included in said descriptionand I Mua. Genera er Agent imi. _
    the following boundary in said Cityof within the iron fence inclosingsaid
    While these rates are announcedfor Live Oak. Florida, to-wit: burial grounds. I
    the Confederate Veterans they Beeinnip at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation I
    open to the public. and First streets Intersects, and run proceedings shall be instituted in the
    The Seaboard have issued very ning south to where Irvin and Carroll I name of the. City of Live Oak in accordance -Confederate Veterans RenID -
    streets intersect thense east to I I with the provisions of the
    attractive and expensive folder devoted Statutes in such casemade and
    Houston street, thence south along i provided
    entirely to this occasion. Cop- Houston street to John street, thence I for the purpose of carrying
    ies of this folder and other Informa- east on John street to Church street, :out the provisions of Section 1 of
    tion can be obtained on applicationto thence south on Church street to corporation I this Ordinance. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
    line thence east on corporation Section III. That this ordinance
    any Seaboard agent or to line to White street thence !shall take effect upon its passage b.*

    S. C. BOYLSTOX, Jr., north on White street to Howard II the Council and approved by the MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd 190?
    Assistant General Passenger Agent. street. thence east on Howard streetto I Ma>or. or upon its becoming an ,
    i ordinance without the of the
    Jacksonville, Fla. a point opposite Georgia avenue approval
    hence north to and along Georgia I Mayor
    avenue to the northeast corner of'' Introduced by Alderman F. Ion VIAATLANTIC
    If Mexico gets into a fuss with the Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and passed by City
    Central American Republics let us tl ence due north along section line Council in regular session assembled
    to a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day of April. A. D. 1901.I .
    hope that co other outside power will I
    thence west to and along Fifth street CHAS. H. BROWN
    butt in while she is teaching those to Atlantic Coast Line railroad I President City Council. I COAST LINE I

    quarrelsome people a much-needed. hence southwest across Atlantic I AttestS :
    lesson. Coast Line railroad to First P. MAYS. City Clerk.I .
    thence west along First I S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the
    of street'l City of Live Oak. Florida; do hereby
    point beginning
    r When your tooa nas not been properly "Section II It shall be ,I certify that the above and foregoing Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 30th n&rlates

    digested the entire system is of the City Marshal or any deputy I Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass- for this occasion is
    Marshal or policeman of the said ]: ed by the City Council on the 8th day
    Impaired in the same proportion.Your City to take possession of and place I of April, A. D. 1907. and the same

    stomach needs help. Kodol For In a pound to be provided for that I lis hereby certified to the Mayor for $13.75 from JacksonvilleFor

    Indigestion and Dypepsia not only purpose any horse, mule hog or goat I his approval.
    digests what you eat, it tones the found by him or them running at Witness my hand and seal of said
    of the streets, City this 8th day of April A. D. cent E'f
    stomach and adds strength to the large upon any alleys. 1907 the Round Trip, or virtually one a > ,

    whole body. Makes rich, pure blood. highways within or said other City unenclosed and likewise property (Seal) S. P. MAYS distance traveled with correspondingly low rates mi

    Kodol conforms to the National Pure take possession of and place in said City Clerk points. Extension of limit to July 6th can be otej;
    Food and pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me
    Drug Law. Sold by City of
    I Pharmacy. running at large on any of the streets this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. depositing ticket with special agent and payment r
    _. ___ n, h _'. ._. _. alleys lanes. public highways or I M. E. BROGUE. Mayor. cents at time of deposit. 1
    other unenclosed property of said For full information and Pullman reservations isj
    City of Live Oak within the bound-
    aries prescribed in Section I hereof." call on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Ag
    An Ordinance amending Section "Section VII For catching and
    Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11. being impounding stock under this ordinance A LIQUIDC0LDCURE Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla.

    entitled "An ordinance fixing the the City Marshal shall be en-
    salary to. be received by: the officers titled to the following fees namely:
    of the CUT.of Live Oak. Florida." ap- For catching and impounding horses, LAXATIVE
    proved October 6. 1903. mules and cows fifty cents per head COUGH SYRUPTHE Gr
    Be It Ordered by the Mayor and goats thirty cents per head hogs one Live Oak Perry &
    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) nound for horses, mules and cows he
    of Ordinance No 11 of the City of shall receive forty cents per day per THE ORIGINAL Railroad Company.Schedule .
    Live Oak, Florida being an ordin- head each, for hogs or goats ten cents
    ance entitled "An ordinance fixing per day per head each; for advertis- Effective, April 7, 1807.
    ing and selling such animals he shall ,
    the salary to be received by the of-
    ficers of the City of Live Ook Florida receive the sum of fifty cents for IIIEA > ; WEST BOUND
    ," approved October 6, 1503 be horses, mules or cows per head, and 1ST CLASS 2lX CLASS' ILT CiJs
    and the same is hereby amended so for bogs or goats the sum of twenty- Mail & p_. Frt. and Dail 44 PactsPaas
    five cents per head each. The word c Pass Pa a
    as to read as follows:
    (Section 3.) The City Marshal "hog" under this ordinance" shall be Tto lad clover BloMoa ana Ski lllosey B* *ai No.1. Sundry No.ex. DaubgS shall receive a salary of sixty-five taken to include "pigs. i XTIIT soiree Daily O.b
    Daily Only S
    Sunday. el
    Section Ifa That this Ordinance'i I
    Dollars per month as City Marshal ,' "A Cold or a Cough nearly always r.IL'l I
    i shall take effect immediately produces IL'
    and the sum'of Ten Dollars upon A. K. P. K. P. K. P.
    'its passage by the Council and approval constipation--the water all runs to the Leave Leave Leave Arrives Am"
    month as Sanitary Inspector of the by the Mayor as to mules, I j eyes. nose and throat Instead of passing out 1 10 Z 40 .-........_-.Uve Oak_._.___......... flOI 1 tr
    City of Live Oak. Florida. of the system through the,liver and kidneys. 8 13 1 4s 254 ......._..._._Rocky Sink.... ...._... ..... I 4 I" ,,
    Section II. That this Ordinanceto horses goats and hogs but shall not ipo For the want of moisture the bowels bec.ms a S I 148 s 00 ..............-...-.-Stan : fa 4 s= f-

    take effect Immediately upon its from into its effect passage as to by cows the until City Council.60 days j I' dry and hard." Nearly all.other cough cures : 2-22 i 1 i.:I :s fs so ::::::::::::-::-::::-:= )(Place---.1. ::::_.._.... :::::::i 4::! :Itf e 11L. tf
    passage and approval by the Mayor Passed Council In are constipating,especially those containing 39'Ar' :::.....-.- ....... La __ter......-...... iii :
    by City regular
    Passed by the City Council- this session this 8th day of April 4.. D. I Opiates. Kennedy Laxative Ho.iey and Ar i tt: ; M 45' : : :::::::: .... LY 14I'Lf f ityti II
    22nd day of April A. D. ,1907. 1907 CHAS. H. BROWN Tar moves the bowels contains no OpiaU 49'It =:.... :::_D.wbng-Chancey Park..._:::=:=....: f .
    CHAS.. H. BROWN. j Sell......... ..... "ii H
    : :
    Attest Pres.: City Council.S. AttestS : President City Council j i KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE a : :::::::::.::::::::.Mayo. Janetiai::::::::::::::::: : "ylI!

    P. KA YS, City Clerk. P. M.\YS. City Clerk. ;a 'OOLy f flIL.... .........._.......D..Y_...................... : a' :>I
    I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the l0 .:.:.-.. ......'_Town etd.------.............. I .4" "
    City of Live Oak Florida do here- Cit of T ive Oak, Florida do hereby : .i i l i = 15 }
    by certify that the above and fore- <-e"-t.Y that the above and foregoing I OOVtAIKlSOY .....[.i._Fenholloway----............... j i f .
    05 .. .. W14A
    going Ordinance No. f 8 was ) Ordinance No *>6 was regularly pass-i HON A 1M.ZSt"j jAp. : .............Hampton Perry-Sprints.-.............. L.1L I 11.I It 1 i
    'egular-I ;
    ly passed by the City Council ed by the City Council on the 8th day TAR 1[ .
    22nd day of April 1907. tbel of April. A. D. 1901. and the same _
    same Is hereby certified to the Is hereby certified to the Mayor forMs 'eG- Relieves Colds by working them eat MAYO DLTOX DRA CH. en
    Mayor for his approvaL approval. ;It w of the system through a copious acnen of
    Witness my hand and seal of said Witness my band and seal of said i the bowe's.. .
    City this April 22. 1907. CUT this 8th day of April A. EQRelines Coughs by cleansing and WEST BOUND.
    (Seal) S. P. MAYS 1907. D'I strengthening the mucus membrane of
    City Clerk. (Seal). 8. P. MATS I the throat.ahut.hlllCI an4 bronchial tubes. t 6 .6 Passe 'P..D Frc!P> / r
    City Clerk. Paa. .Prrt..... eft' en Pw''
    Examined and approved by me this I For C
    o.P. Whooping Cough La Grippe I M.f
    Examined and approved by No.
    of April 19t7.M. me laflnemia T. N.I. IQR 11. )lo.l3. ]ra L i
    23rd day Broackitia and .
    all i
    Coa ). Duly
    this 9th day of April A. D. 1907. 7 Sunday IiaOr
    I. BROGUE Mayor. II. E. BROOME. Mayor. I Colds, LuC a>& BrtacUal ateetUas a. X.SUB.X.SOB. Only Sammy __ u my i t
    i remedy is equal to Keaaedr'a LuatlTt E 1
    . EoaejaadTar. CkHre. like It. A.x-K.. P.Leave 1C. A.Leave 1C. P.M.Leave 'r Arn'ait, f t

    ORDINAXCI5 Xo. 3O. Put v In 85*.B0.and" .eo 1MtU.at the...*, 91092S 4 40 9 4. 6306tt -_.._......Mayo Junction..... .. t a! if
    amend Sections ORDINANCE XO. 57. .rmtery*f:K.O.DeWltt A oe..Ohica=0."-$.A. 936 I 4 6 M1 63 .....................Clark........ 7 a t f
    An Ordinance to 1903 5 _
    J. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the An Ordinance providing for the rlO 1090.10'Ar : a 10 16 OAS :------- ------- PYae era.t.. : os S
    6 40;Aril L.
    City of Live Oak. Florida being an establishing, opening and extendingof Sold by City Pharmacy Z5s 6 16 Alton
    Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to Wilbur street in the City of Live Regular es d
    atop. Par=
    prohibit the running at large on the Oak, Florida from the east side of from Live Connection made at Dowllnt
    streets of tee City of Live Oak. of Ohio avenue eastward to White Oa. and Perry, For Information Mother
    horses mules, liens and goats and street In White's Addition to. said line, 'phone or call on General Passenger Uent'ling
    to provide for the Impoundiag and City ten hundred and thirty-two FOLmIlONEYAm: T R Building Lire Oak,

    disposing of the same." passed (1032) feet said street to be fifty stoDstbw_CO sand b.81...!=.., ""JOS. DOWW G. Pretddert. K. F. HOPJO-V*C*

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    ,:;- d1aance to 'hay bonding TOted
    :.B8for waterworks and _stFeetddeWJk fSEAaoARDt .. y' .

    J -A-Xwww Improvements.A Escape. Good Things! > ,t [ .-: '"

    a merchant of Plunk. ',',
    C4 IT Lloyd t Airline Railway.
    * hid narrow escape four yearsJ .
    1 when he ran a Jimson bur Intothamb. Wholesale and Re- \

    j 1 i He says It: but"The I doctor wouldcopeut. I Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

    r1ted to .amputate I bought a box of Buck- Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, tail Dealers in Florida -

    i _. Arnica Salve and that cured theserous Philadelphia and New York.
    *s wound." 25c at Barclay

    I .druggists. d-W and WesternMEATS

    -ft'-16roover TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY\

    :.-4-tire building permits were
    Jacksonville during the

    lied Booth i of ApriL 6.837 new buildings We have to be prepared to do Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

    bate been erected In that city since I' things well and this applies to

    te 11Ire. ; | everything. For instance, Roberts i
    < > Johnson &; Rand Shoe Co. '
    -to Modern : Pullman .
    : Equipment. ,
    :- Stop Grumbling. have six big specialty factories I Phone 24.

    f 10a lufer from Rheumatism or ; | with a daily capacity of 40,000 '.

    'u. for Ballard's Snow LinimentSiring | pairs. They employ expert ;

    Quick relief It is a sure workmen use the best material : The Jamestown Exposition Line ; Promdt deliveries

    lit for Sprains, Rheumatism. Con- ; in all their shoes and the latest i il .

    aacte4 Muscles and all pains-and ; | and best machinery is used. ] : NORFOLK, VA. anywhere in the
    tlbis the reach of all. Price 25c.t They are prepared to make good ;

    $LOtf, C. R. Smith. Ten aha.tes. i ; shoes that's why"STAR BRAND : Excursion Tickets on is-le Daily :
    ?writesI bave used Ballard'stev ; ; SHOES ARE BETTER." One ; City.

    dment In my family for years of their shoes, the "QUAKER," ;

    ad have found it a fine remedy for ,' for women, at $3.00 is the best
    full information and
    For Sleeper reservations call on any agent
    & $ and aches. I recommend It ; | shoe for the money we can find. '. | of Seaboard, or write, I
    pjjM In the chest." Sold by Su- The Star on the heel, and the
    nun Drug eo. d-w ,word "QUAKER" woven with I S. C. EOYLSTON JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. The Great headache Cure.Bromo.Pepsin.. .

    [ \ silk hi the facing are guaranteesthat II 1111111111111111111111 *Hi >*****l+*** I-***! t.* !

    iNeir York murder trial came to the "QUAKER" is honestly .

    Otasunt halt upon revelation of i. constructed and will satisfy. . . . . . . . . . . . ..:
    ft!bet that one of the Jurors knewgaethlag Come see them and "WALK : "Note the Vord Pepsin"U
    about the case. If a Juror t OX STARS." OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT t
    he should not ne- The best Head'che.- tiOD,
    bon anything woman in the world G R ES ervuu
    ged the duty of forgetting it. i' could not make good bread if is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is I In'om'a.! l Bess

    [ | she didn't have good flour. The broad enough to accommodate all, and : On the
    l1en10ur back aches it is almost 1' best woman in the world could- t
    nriiblT an Indication that some- ', ,' n't make good butter If she did- HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: :,1o OpiattAbsolutely Harmless

    tfm> is wrong with your kidneys. ] ] n't have the right kind of milk 1.The young folks with their small savings. I 4 .All Drll,ai.ts 10. E5., m* ben

    fed,diseased kidneys frequently 1 to churn. Neither could the 2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fundto + for Sale By
    woe a break down of the entire sys- best woman In the world make
    DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder I I ; procure a horn, or a competency for old age. The City Pharmacy
    CB. ] good cake if she used salt for
    : 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and J
    fa!! afford prompt relief weak kid- ; ; sugar. LIVE OAK, FLA.
    I '
    inflammation of theBidder the income provided.
    IQI ;
    and all urinary troubles. I I i i 4.;Those< with idle funds awaiting other investment. :

    Sold by City Pharmacy. d*
    I t THE FIRST NATIONAL! BANK Live i Oak, FloridaLivers
    ilLERS '. .. . . I I : . WARREN
    Betmasy maintains agricultural exIs II LUMBER & Drays and Delivery Wagons.
    the cities of
    lefe leading Europe
    I --------- Furniture moving and Lumber
    America. This is one of the rea-
    ui vky so many things are "made I I Hauling Specialties.

    i Germany" and. find a market I I I I II r I STOVE WOOD

    eked NVA1 l STORES[ I
    Any length delivered to any part
    hr a cold or a cough, take Ken- i II U of city, promptly. Give us your

    kft Laxative Cough ::!yrup. It is i F FDOWLNG busmes. Phone 55.

    aster than any other cough remedy COMPANY r I It I
    cue its laxative principle assures

    healthy, copious action of the
    H. J. MORRIS
    Sat!! and at the same it heals ir- I vsraa s.. s
    1Itioa! of the bowels and at the t P\RK, FL\ Contractor and Builder

    ue time it heals Irritation i
    of the t. . . . . . Apply for plans estimatesand
    pwt, strengthens the bronchial For Sick
    ----- -
    hi ud allays inflammation of the specifications.Office .
    ueou membrane. Contains Honey on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing.

    [JlTar. pleasant to take. Children A PURELY VEGETABLE
    Sulphur the Accepted Remedy for
    to the National .
    a Hundred Years.. _-- COMPOUND -
    i Food and Drug Law. Cold by
    : Sulphur is one of the greatest .*lillHMIII Ml MM Mill *
    pi Pkarmacy. d.
    remedies nature ever gave to man. CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA .| DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, Ji
    . *sew Every physician knows it cures skin QUICKLY CURES MALARIA. CHILLS and
    cigar has been named after ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.A .
    F Taft but if he values his and blood troubles. HANCOCK'SLIQUID GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by i | VETERINARY.Solicits .
    t1 he will never permit his SULPHUR enables you to. TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottla pur- I
    to te attached get the full benefit in most convenient -.' i chased today may sari you a sick spall tomorrow. your patronage-Office >
    to a mollycoddle form. Don't take sulphur at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148Chamberlain's

    "tablets" or "wafers," or powdered CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER II II 111111111111111 If 1111 t

    Do You Love sulphur in molasses. HANCOCK'S ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

    -by! You wonder LIQUID SULPHUR is pleasant to I Mrs. W. A. Whitewell Emory, Tex.,
    *. why he take and perfect in its action. Drug- writes: "My child had chills Lad fever
    J a bottle of White's kimds of
    Cream gists sell It. for four years. We tried all
    age hd he will never medicines,and finally acquaintance of
    babies cry. A well known citizen of Danville, We used
    km worms, and the mine recommended Herbine. CeTjc: Cholera & Diarrhea Rwrvedv
    era don't know Pa., writes: "I have bad an aggra- three bottles, and the child is sow comptetery ,
    V It. Wblte'sennIfuce vated case of Eczema for over twen- cured. You hue my pemussioa
    rids the child of this testimonial, as I cheerfully )
    E sad ty-five years. I have used seven 50- to publish : Almost every family has need
    tleans out Its recommend Herbine to all mother
    system In SULPHUR of a reliable remedy for colic or
    psi wa cent battles of the LIQUID having children afflicted aa mine. I
    ' "'' 7* Every mother should OINTMENT and I feel though GEt diarrhea at some time during the
    a now as CENU1HEB31URD
    bottle of this medicine In the .' LUGE anTL!. SOc TilE I 1
    With I bad a brand new pair of bands. It
    It, fear need never enter SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. I year.This remedy is recommcTKrd
    has It will
    tis4. cured me and 1 am certain i
    PrIce %Se. Sold by 8,- LOUIS U. S. A. I by dealersho" have solo! i: (. .
    usN Drag cure anyone if they persist in usingHANWCK'S
    I Co. d-w. many year aid know its valiu !
    LIQUID SULPHUR according ..... !
    s < It has received Irotcend: : .I :
    to directions. SOLD: AND RECOMMENDED BY : tet&aanials from teful pop4c
    if-T..1011" Pal Alimony.n "BUTLER EDGAR."
    Suwannee Drug COnlp'any.Rely I It has been prescribed by: i hvsiaans -
    JJl011 from
    1 Jour appendix i with tine mot ta.i.a.wcy
    ellsar!II0OcCa8IOn for It If you In Des :Moines, Iowa, a law suit resuiu.

    e kew bowels regular with Dr. has been started over a goat that got I J It has often saved life befrremedjcnc
    .. Life PUla. Their action upon a roof and ate some pf the ; tould' have been bent fut

    / rise Otis, that the appendix never shingles, and then craned its neck or a physician suromcaed.L .
    c.to make the least COM- into a window and feasted on some e : only costs a quarter. Can i

    :& teed by Barclay & clothing in reach. Presumably the you afford to rA so much

    , 1L -'Plta.. 25 cents. Try charge is that the goat was living too h tie? BUY IT NOW .J

    d-w high. ..

    ,4 tkwtrAdt of South 0
    CarolinaCarolina If You Don't *
    k eraor of North MAKES A MIX KILL THE COUCH
    succeed the first time use Herbine
    tbelr no public and you will get instant relief. The
    ' meetings nowadays greatest liver regulator. A positivecure

    z Janes for Constipation, Dyspepsllt. f Brain Workers and Champion Athletes WITH Dr. King's
    1 f 0
    Sullivan St.. Malaria, Chills and all liver com-
    : H-. writes: 'Abort upon Coca-Cola..They know the genuine,
    a=0 I plaints. Mr. Cof Emory, Texas
    bought two when bottled, serves as a tonic without undue New J
    ' s. 7 Cn 11 bottles of writes "My wife has been using Her- stimulation, and delightfully relieves that physically Discovery
    ease of cured me of bine for herself and children for five tired feeling and cobwebby mental state so PRICE
    8idaey trouble oft years. It is a sure cure for constipa- common in summer time. See that your dealer FOR COUCHS ":
    ; adai. it in refrigerator. Al- trial BoUie free
    It supplies you or keep your
    certainly tion and malaria fever, which is sub-
    tOpA ways remember that the bottled beersge wben : antler AND ALL THROAT AN DtUNQ TROUBLES.QUAKAKTEILD ,
    medicine, and I stantiated by what it has done for aahorits of th.L.ca-C.la I.ttiial C..Is Abe.lWly tars s
    lead it." cit7 Phatr my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug Jacksonville Coca-Cola BotUiaj CU jactsM>ute.Fia OS 2COOTET BEJVNDED.SATISFAOTO&T

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    SP.ectal .Sale Court WeekAll ,

    I of our Big Stock of. Merchandise consisting our entire, stock of Clothing! '4

    Dry Goods, Laces, Embroideries. Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, Ladles Hat' ;-

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    AcHitiorvil Local Miss Ida Platt one of tLe talented ambitions and they will do more for two courses. All present unite in REGISTERED AS 1 W

    pupils of the Southern Business College Live Oak than Live Qak will ever do saying that this was indeed a grand

    has secured a lucrative positionas for them. In the skating contest. Miss social affair. In the prizes awarded But Woman In B pita! r.
    Conductor James Kennedy of the
    stenographer for a business firja Haffie Barton won the girl's prize Col. Leslie won the first and Miss $3,000,900.

    Seaboard was here on court matters In Tampa, and leaves this evening to and Chas E. Groover Jr., the boy'sprise. Cora Speering the consolation. It-B*
    St. Louis May
    yesterday and in his spare moments assume the duties. Miss Platt has We learn the band contem- h*
    who ti !lei [
    ; the woman
    was been playing marbles with kids not as yet finished her course in the plates giving a special musical enter-
    News from Beachville.j a $
    Hospital registered u l j
    on the strets. The latter ruled him college, but is so far advanced that tainment in the near future and it I its
    As I have II
    j seen nothing from Beach- been established. She
    out of the game however fordrlbblng" tha excellent position awaits her and will be liberally patronized. Let I
    vine lately I will send few MortwlHH
    you a Sheridan, of
    and Mr. Kennedy felt very President Hatton and Principal every person be ready at all times to I I .tll
    | lines. fa i
    in the bank. She
    sore about the matter until Monk Stephens have given ter a hearty en- speak a good word for the band. :
    The farmers in this section of the said to be worth $tHU
    Harrison informed him that a man
    dorsement. We are only too glad to
    had to act on the square in Live Oak note the success of students of this county are very busy trying to keep land.
    See my line of flat silverware. It down "general green." Crops are -.
    even in playing marbles with boys. college in securing situations. It is
    I will improve the looks of your table.I looking well, considering the late In wearing tU Wr
    a noticeable fact tlat not one of the
    carry only the best grade. J. D. Senator Lafollette&etalk.
    Mr. and Mrs. Hutto of Jackson- graduates fail to secure honorable cold.Miss *
    Radford. en
    17d2t-w3t Susie Timmerman who has enemies because tiff |
    ville came to Live Oak yesterday in and lucrative positions and not one .
    been some hay.Im **
    spending time with her
    when they
    an automobile. Mrs. Hutto who was of them has thus far failed to fill a
    The graduating class of the High grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A.J.Agee.
    with honor and credit. MissPlatt
    formerly Miss Minshaw and well position
    School which consists of Miss returned to her home at Houston last The question "W h
    will be missed from this section
    known to our people informed the re- I
    Blanche Wolfe and Sunday. re-opened.
    Sealey has been
    porter that the trip here was a most but all will rejoice to know that her
    enjoyable one. They were accom- fondest ambitions have been realized. were entertained last evening by Miss Wonder what young man Is look- eral bottles hats bees
    Sue Hemming and Miss Vivian Evansat Ing so sad since she went away? the incident was e
    panied by Miss Lolia Nolan of that
    the home of the former. The oc- Mr. J. R. Beach and family of
    city and the three returned this
    The Pharmacy has recently
    casion was a grand one* and will be Tyler Fla., spent last Sunday night Scientists who are ,
    morning.Mrs. hands and Drs. Brown and *"
    changed long remembered by all present. We with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. discover the color<** ]

    Mills the efficient pharmacist re- opine that joys mixed with sorrow I Beach of Beachville. to think that the odd t

    Geo. E. Porter Sr., is expectedto Thomason are now sole owners. Mr. prevail upon such occasions as this Mr. J. J. Pinkham, one of the old- Isn't as greenFRIEND as he hw
    return from Levon tonight. The mains with the firm and V. Granberg with the
    young people. Joys be- est citizens of this county, has beenIn
    colonel seemed to be in bad humor dispenses sodawater to thirsty cus-
    cause their schoolmates have reached very feeble health for some time,
    this morning bad took to task the tomers. The retention of these two the zenith In school life and sor- but we trust that he will soon be ableto 4

    reporter for some of his appaent latter named employees, is a pleasureto rowbecause they have to part withthem. be around again.

    delinquencies in not reporting certain the public. They are faithful and Yet, the celebrating of the We had a nice rain which was
    S etc., in different partsof competent and enjoy the confidence
    improvements event Is always on the joyous side. gladly welcomed by the farmers.
    the city. However we opine that of the entire community.When '
    nd the
    best of cheer prevails. Last The Beachville school closed outlast
    the return of Mrs. Porter will put the you need Diamonds, 'venins Misses Wo'fe Haddock SterngBlume Friday
    May 10th. It was one of
    colonel in good humor again and Watches and Jewelry don't fail to -* .
    and Adams, and Messrs. te few which made the eighty
    perhaps he will take us out in his see my line. It wilf lease you. J. D.
    Surreney. Drew
    Hopson. Tucker ent
    r and average and got six months of
    automobile and show us Just how Radford. 17d2t-w2t "e
    Live Oak is growing on the out- *t the palatial borne of A. D. Hem- ce who tried to do his duty. Mr.

    ; skirts. The band concert and skating con-lll-Ipg to do honors to the graduating "lifford F. Hall, of O'Brien. He gave _

    test at the Auditorium last night was clasi. A new feature Introduced wall KJrfect satisfaction throughout the s.

    The McCullers brothers have pur- largely attended, and tte affair wasa t' e writing of the biographies of tve entire six months The people wanted t

    chased from Dr. White a lot on Howard delightful one. The band boys ac- clan by the guests the gentlemen some way to show their gratitude 1<

    street near Conner and will at quitted themselves admirably, repeat- writing the'r opinions of the lady. T.d carried dinner to the school

    once proceed to erect thereon a two- ing the pieces played and many were rnd vice versa. It was a unique 1 flare on the last day.

    .story brick business block. 40x90 feet. the compliments showered uon Inrovatlon thoroughly enjoyed. Miss Wonder what young lady is grlevfng TO -

    Howard street seems to be on the them. The Fifth City Band will bone I Adams saleslady at the Wortb- so because the school is out? .

    boom of late and Ohio avenue will of the leading musical organizations |Sevens Company's store recitedI I will ring off and come again next The petsa
    in the state in a short time. Come selections that
    lave to watch her laurels. But It were superb. time. X. Y. 2No pie who hate bed y
    makes no difference in what part of Tie members are young men who i sve fa a gifted elocutionist and colds by Cham

    the city Improvements are made. Live hold high social positions in the community elceited the plaudits of alL Games matter how old they grow these have done 51 tl eg j
    C most of them have money to were Indulged In, music of3arYepwt. s
    Oak will continue to grow and there rendered actresses never get over the marry- staple arti k .
    Is no abatement to progt4s expend in advancing their musical and dainty refreshments served, In ing habit. .. tM


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