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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 18, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Every ng.PerSOn in North Florida -
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and gone. and
come
has 4.yiSTs.v and South Georgia will be inter-
"dars'of both senate .and m o a ested Fin 'the t announcement of the -

fie partially relieved of. a, SummerSchool',to be conducted In

.,'ase of legislature, indigestion, the popular 'Southern Business' Col-
tangible results yesterday lege made In this:issue of the Demo- -

-i'a negative rather than a crat. A special feature of this term

nature-In short the day was will be the abridged courses of study :" '

more by what was Incident in all the departments of the col

r what was accomplished. lege. President Hatton and his '.

j is near to the pocket book faculty have thoroughly revised tha

..Y to the heart :however and different courses and have made it .

_j at large will be interested possible for bright 'students to cone

,i that the house of representa- plete any coure,in from twelve to six- _

eader waiver of rules, yester- teen weeks at a mere nominal costA

_._ oon passed the bill sub- number of young men and young' "

j by the Joint,committee, which Q women from various parts of the

jjjrfjfe ,State institutions of South have already enrolled for a

'1ein ng. Mr.,Willis, of Levy. The P.identlNo matter who drive, so long aa you keep him on this road. summer course and are progressing t

appropriating the sum of -:J_.>ii.twn in Pittsburg Dispatch. rapidly. The prospects for one of
ttL4J. which includes an un- the large attendance in the history of

---------- the college is
balance'now on hand of very bright. Proofes- fr

,j 111,000 for the benefit of the terms state's attorney for the fifth !STORMY TIME IN LEGISLATURE. sore Hatton and Stephens and the

Itutions provided for under Florida circuit supported the bill DKlAMATIIOfKlfNTESTli i popular shorthand and typewriter instructor

i law a measure estImat- declaring a quarter of a century's experience | air MacWilliams ,Charges Certain Miss Evelyn Blake are kept .-_,_ ;

-i Ittle less than sacred by the : in the courts had convincedhim J i Members With Combining Against busy answering inquiries from prospective #

I house at any rate. As pre- that capital punishment was a ; Him.:: students.
I the bill provided that the apt fashion. The measure 'was'oPposp.d SUWAJfyEE' .,HIGH SCHOOL STU- Tallahassee,, May ,1$.-A stormsession : The graduates of this college have

should be expended at the : by Mr. MacWilliams who held that .,D.EXTS CONTEST Fdjt MEDALS. 1 of the house this morning has no trouble in securing profitable employment -,

i of the state board of con- the passage would increase the "nn- ;T41T NIGHT awaken that,body. Mr. MacWilliams During the past few days

t as amendment was adopted I eventlonable crime and lynching." J,charged. th.a.the had been reliably informed a number of them have gone from

and who laid J, a majority of the house mem; the college into good positions with
by Mr. Rowe of Madison i b11r geesa, stress upgtlte "'
that $150,000 for the state : presen :law which leaves the URGE AUD1ME\ ( PRESENT bers had been caucusing for the purpose regret very much to see them leave
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T. $150.000 for the Florida i Jury, free to recommend to mercy of defeating measures favored leading business and professional =
by himself. Watson, "Wartman, firms, as bookkepers, assistant book-
when
there
t College, ;, $80.000 for the are exterminating circumstances -.
r Blind Deaf and Dumb, and i in capital 'eases., The Griggs, ,Clark of Jefferson and Senators kepers and stenographers which

I for tie Colored Normal, : rule was about two to one against The Auditorium Wasj Crowded".With .Harris aad Buckman demanded speaks volumns for the class of instruction i

I be expended in buildings and the proposition. an Audience Who Were Delighted source of information and denounced received' at the bands of a ..,...;j l

del at the discretion of the 'Mr. Crawford's amendment for With the Evening' Programs the report as malicious and an un- refined and 'experienced faculty of "jri

state received 36 qualified lie. Members of caucus ad- specialists. :- }4
I tor. the maintenance of the prohibition votes to,
mitted holding'meetings, but declare The Democrat has watched with
atlons. The appropriations 18. and lacked six of having the con> R '
Bags follow the idea of the I stitutlonal threefifths.A.motion tq, :audience, *of some four or: fives pleasures aid'not Individuals :were'discussed. keen interest the rapid -advancementof "

.'.stated in their report to the 'reconsider will be made this :morn- hundred.u. '.J : greeted the contestants io t' ;kit*. MaeWilliams said,,hewasQgiad't'o this business. college, and it has no -:
!n find'the.r moc..to be un? hesitancy in saying that the management -
bar,the, majority of the mem- Ing. <" *JjJ tilt ; the Helrenston and Hillman medals
i-toUng best that was'discovered in cOrTect1ng'thejournal tn epas he had the highest regardfor the class work and the general ,,
a large anwtuhalf
a million dollars yesterday that an error had last night at the1-Auditorium. These every member'of! the- house.,MJ, equipment of the various departmentswill "' :1
meadls are offered 'by Prof. B. W. MacWilliams, in his speech called .
*lot be left,,. entirely to the dis- been made in the roll call on .the favorably compare with the best'
Helvenston and Capt. W. J. Hillman; the caucus "the Before Day Club." commercial schools the South.
In The
fet of the board, however much Knight immigration bill and that it 1
.ne for 'the girls and ooe for the" The speaker found trouble in main-
fact thii legislature might have had been Indefinitely postponed. A instructors are careful to see" thateach '
boys, and are awarded to the one '
taining order.
kt gentlemen of the board 'peraimendjoent motion to reconsider will be made to- ., student advances as rapidly as '"
day. having the beet declamation judged The vote on the Knight Immigration is consistent with thoroughness and

by Mr. Kirkland.. of m& '., In the Senate. from all points. :I bill was reconsidered this morn- at every !step his-work is checked to fl
Each of those taking part last ing and advanced to third reading. avoid making which is so comH 0's -
*u kid on the table on mo- Yesterday decidedly a day of error ,
was
*KrJlatthewa. night have been practicing for some I The senate by unanimous vote In- mop among a majority of the busies ,'I 1
of Marion re- orating in the senate which passedthe ,
time with great determination to be structed the Internal Improvement ness schools in the country. The :
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appropriation for thewtty Kilgore bills placing the phy- ;
the winner. The recitations and declamations -
Fund committee to continue the Investigation Southern Business College deserves
buildings to,100000. and sical property of railroads under the
were all very good. Some until further notice. Bill
* l< a were ruled out on aor supervision of the railroad commissioners were fortunate in choosing their giving railroad commission $2.500 best families In this section of Flori .
order. i
Mr. Kirkland said he with amendments, and also
*.of the speches having taken pieces which for expenses. Including attorney's ida, and we expect to se its attend'j
first supporters of the Mr. Baggett's telegraph bills. But they act well as evidence their .
as fees
passed.
w law ance equal to the largest in the land. :
_ and he did not think the senate killed !
by a vote of 25 to -. knowledge of oratory. On account illness of Senator Excellent boarding arrangementshave

*,)that"$ ago when the bill the Reese bill requiring stret rail- The length of the program will not Trammell. the state life insurance been made for all out of town J
more than half a million way companies to equip their cars admit of individual mention of each bill
'ro ld be was postponed until Thursday.Mr. students at very low rates by the
asked now. Mr. with cushions and fenders its sup- number, but some were so very goodas Dudley of Hillsboro is still month.
of
*, h t 1>Taylor, who was in the porter Senator Beard alone voting for to come in for special mention. sick and probably will be unabe to attend Among the students of the Southern -
OS.
said the bill would it. President Harris }Ir. Trammellin "Kentucky Philosophy" was "elu-I remainder of this session.
?1&,* Passed Business. College who have re- ;1
that
*!go bad It body sucli Mtwo the chair took the floor againstthe cidated" by Haffye Stripling In a tell Both houses have adjourned until cently secured positions we note the
been :
thought an bills Mr. Beard quoted from a :t
""* ""- ing way. Sara Surasky had a very Monday. following: Hiss Cora Sperring. :
,would be asked, now. letter from Col. Peter O. Knight of good piece which came in for favorite I stenographer ,!' Jt
e for Cols. Hardee & But-
lniW col. ;
ed Ella Moore ( ) was arrested y
la remarks to "not enrwrnpHoenUry Tampa, on the'subject, and Mr. comment as did also Blanche last night by sheriff Rickerson for I I ler; Miss Leila; rStfand stenographerfor it
higher edu- Harris rose to a question of personal Horne. Little J. B. Evans came in '
or the resent day. He I selling liquor in Cypress City and is J. B.Barton & Co.; J. T. Crawley, )F Fstenographer"
thought privilege saying Mr. Knight was for a round of applause and Drew I '
for Cot Home, of i
J t and urgent in jail. Ella it Is claimed had bowl-
to,approprlJJMM an honorable gentleman he was 1 Groover's "A Lullaby" came very ;i Jasper; A. A. KIght stenographerfor 'f
ot the ed up the negroes of that suburb
'" .. money of. the-peo- proud to call his friend and that he i near being one of the best on the pro- E. R. Beckwith & Co., Tampa;
benefit of with "Maryland Rye" or some other
I IcUenta'
morefthan had a.,perfect right to represent his As the judges do not render ,
Per peat, Dt. students gram. vile substitute and "hell broke loosein C. C. Johnson Ocala Furniture Co.; :
who go before the legislature. Mr. their decision until Monday night it
t .Ugh OOIMr.'IDrk Cypress," until the sheriff put in Miss Ida, Platt, stenographer for W.
,_ :- Beard explained that he meant no would hardly be wise to attempttopick an appearance and quelled the racket. Roberts & Son, Tampa ; Perry B.
,..etI'lOtl: hay'" opinion that reflections upon Mr.. Knight or any out the winner but from the Mosley Seaboard Air' Line freight

'a Q. aieCt.. i. Qn4@tihes'went member of the senate. Mr. Crane 1 stand-point of a declamation. "The whole was Live Oak's Brass Quartet ,department Tampa; Jho. Westmore-!

order In ii -abject Is said in Tampa the street cars havea I Death of Benedict Arnold." by Clyde composed of Messrs. Ed. Porter G. land bookkeper Tay,1tW :brug Co, -

the senate next fender: In use; which has proved Caswell. was easily the best delivered S. Stephens C. H. Blackburn and Tampa; Tandell Brown, bookkeeper. ;
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et a1 satisfactory, but one fatality occur- piece which the boys have to their Geo. Porter. Jr.. four of Live Oak's City Pharmacy. '}" 'i fr
the 'iJ
] morning sea- ring since' this line began operation credit. As to the girls -.well they most popular young men. who are all
-Ouse
t Pf Mr.wan the"indefinite fifteen years ago. and he was sur- were all just lovely and it is hard to I accomplished musicians. Their music Commencement at Southern College ;.
Wills' (of Levy) prised at Mr. Beard advocating state best I for the occasion -
say which of theirs were on ac- so kindly proffered Tonight these exercises begin at =f
Capital
psaiahment. the uniformity of street car cushion Just count of so many good ones. Lucy last night was thoroughly enjoyedand Sutherland with' an elocution' and

15.1 *ring'whatit t, Wmi sought to after opposing. state uniformity of Hopson's "A Missionary's Visit" cer- was a delightful surprise because' ,musical recital followed by an art q,

bed a i1aaftanee; made a goodstandpoint. text boots! tainly cannot fall short of a prise for few of the audience knew that Live ro.exhibition and reception: .. f

tie 81Criptnral it was a "prize winner" "When Oak was so fortunate to possess thls'l Dr. W. K. Plnar. of Tampa, will ;;

a kill." injunction, The pupils, assisted by Mrs. Sam, Jack Comes Late." by Miss Maggie able home talent. preach the commencement sermon to a

bading which he den Humphreys of Mrs. Morgan's class Holmes received very favorable com- Professor Edwards,and the faculty morrow.Dr. .

aaL aad ea the state as on :will give a piano recital 'at the resi- ment also Loiselle Brown's nieely of the High bchools deserve much Pasco left this morning. to attend -

the lnsumcieney dence of Dr. and Mrs C. S. Brown on spoken piece. TJie Relenting )Mob. credit for tneir tireless energy in the exercises. 4

er iaMt y a Preventive. next Tuesday evening. 'A splendid Every fond parent there was Justly -. arranging this program and,the able 31

*Pti ie }ertensivelyfrosi a program has beerr'*arranged' by* Mrs. proud of. their respective child's way: it has hiee I\..managed.,... J,. See my line of flarsirveTware. 'It -
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they: snbjecj b" 'Morganiii'1:':It will b'e et&piwttibi part and the entire audience app., A-jfu4h. >rj9gmm. eof the Sundayservtcs'appears will Jmprove'the, looks of-your"'tabled'

< ClndnnatitpOt interesting evenrngV entertaltH i Hated: the pograin in ftrifc but the ejsewhere' in today's l I..carry' only.. the best grade. J. D. ..fdio
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School Closing at Beachville. Recitation by Ruthle Sweat. I
"Taking the Census" by Mrs. C. ;
Last Friday. May 10, closed tho P. Odom Sealy Sweat, George Tim-:
school at Beachville. On the last merman. Clyde Odom and Sammie {
day of the regular term the patrons Cothron. I' A POPULAR SUMMER- SCHOOL l lo

came out and after checking up the Declamation by Tommie Sweat.
register we found that we had made "Is the Editor In?" by James j '
the eighty per cent, average which Beach Tommie and Sealy Sweat Mr.
In Business Practice
Bookkeeping, Stenography, Typewriting,Tel F
entitled us to two months extra. The and Mrs. C. P. Odom. .
and English Training conducted at the
patrons decided that on the last day "How Can I Leave Thee?" by Dea 'will 0'
of the extra time we would have a Barnett and Gifford Hall.

picnic in the day and commencement Declamation by Tommie Sweat. Io ,
exercise at night. As the school was "A Kiss In the Dark" by Effle and
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composed mostly of .small pupils Herman Barnette Alice Arthur and
some of the young folks nearby Carrie Holmes. ,-
gallantly offered their assistance in "Too Much of a Good Thing" by :.
the commencement. Rufus and Daisy Lacauey Minnie

At last the long-looked for day ar- Boyd, Irvie Sweat. Dea Barnette Mrs.J. F
rived. The first on the gorund were A. Cason Arra Crawford. Tommie
Messrs. Robinson and N'ewsom. with Sweat and Gifford Hall.

all manner of cold drinks. So every- Closing Address by Ruthle'Sweat. '..
body who came was met with a Those present every day of the
"cool reception.By whole term (six months) were
ten o'clock there were pro- Florence Crawford and Clyde Odom.
bably two:>> hundred people on the Now, after thanking the patrons of
ground. At about twelve o'clock Beachville for their kindness to me
the ladies completely hid the table I remain yours truly. t:
For Short Pratical and of study for
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with anything to eat that a hungry GIFFORD HALL. intensely "interesting courses : I
soul could wish. When all had eaten O'Brien. Fla.. May 16. 1907. mer work, we have the best. Special class in ,

"to their hearts content." there was Scholarships: $40-00, $5O.OO, $75.00 and I r
enough taken from the table to have ciftE
fed the same people, three times The Life Insurance '
SOUTHERN BUSINESS
more. muddle has started the public to f
Dinner those
being over taking thinking. The wonderful success that
part In the commencement exercise has met Ballard'a Horehound Syrupin 0t
to the home of Mr. and Cor. Ohio
went over its crusade on Coughs Influenza, Ave. andJConner St.
J. Cason for last rehearsal.The .
Mrs. A. a c
Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles -
of the told LIVE OAK FLORIDA U
slanting rays sun us -has started the public to think- .

to go back to the school-house and ing of this wonderful preparation. L. M. HATTON, G. S. STEPHEN 4
for the exercise. As the
get ready Ttey are all using it. Join the procession Pri'fI 7E
; President and
day had been so the night came on, and down with sickness. 0 jl Proprietor 7be

without a single cloud. Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold by j I
Beginning at 7:30 o'clock the fol- ) bee
Suwanee Dru:; Co. dw'The
lowing program began to be rendered. .
About 350 people present. f;
Prayer by Rev. T. E. Horne. people of Pennsylvania are M tzt
Address of "Welcome by Homer calling upon former Governor Penny- 0,
Lambert. packer to explain his statement that ,r. ,
Recitations by Ruby Beach. James there was no graft In the furnishingof
Cason. Blanche Odom. Robert Collins the state capitol. But he is still r
Pearl Beach. Willie Hatcher. wearing his muzzle.
Clyde Odom, Carrie Collins Alice BHBBBBB BHBmB HHH 11 ato

Cothron V eta Hatcher, Roye Cason
Lawtie Stalls.Declamations. -Kidney complaint kills more people Everybody Ought to DrinK Red Rack _
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than any other disease. This Is due
by Tommie Hatcher to the disease being so insidious thatit : It is one -of the most delightfully refreshing drink

and Sealy bweat. ge tsa good hold on tfce system. be- made-It did flat
is of
"Grand Pa's Dinner" by Bessie. one the very few drinks that Itt
fore it is recognized. Foley's Kid have to
and Sallie Collins. change its formula 0 one particle to conform.
Cure will the development :
"Little Red Riding Hood," by ney of fatal disease prevent if taken i n tim -. .. the Pure Food Law- It has been-is and always wiH
and V eta Hatcher Jay be
pearlie City Pl armacy. d-w f \ absolutely pure. t
Swails, Roye Cason and Homer Lam w
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Recitations, by Pearlie Hatcher, For years the marriage,of American k
and Irvie Sweat. girls to foreign fOrt, ne-huntera
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has been deplored but the European f
"In Want of a Servant, by Marion l
Pearl Cothron. Emma Swails,, girls are not doing any beUer. Their
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Made Public. '__ ,
t they consider the best plan \ \
imposed for the control of the a Rabit PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
*crop of the South by the proof Foot. Yes man,
's the LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA.
staple and one which
fcwre the grower the price fixed sv

4,pace!* Southern the cost Cotton storing Association and pro- Rabit Foot Overall DR. J. W. WEST

_I tie crop*was decided upon at I Physician and Surgeon.Office .
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hi Birmingham Wednes-
.If the state presidents of the as- Union.made. I : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
Residency at Ethel HoteL
* plan 5 calls Phore- No.
Office. 168.
for the organization
Rabit Foot Overalls the best
wtowe-and are Residence.Noa.23 or 168.
holding companies I
lIrlou Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test Drug Store(Barclay&Groover No.16. i!
counties, with capitaliza- we feel sure we can CITe you the t
L 01 the basis of (5 per bale of Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, greatest satisfaction. There is an t
*ctioa- All members of the I Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. ME. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss .',
*eTL Cotton Association will put upon our work that enhances the ,1
Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overalls
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pppearance
benefits and {
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*< the lucky,sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR LAW. !
companies. The stock of AT your linen. Bring your Shirts Collars 11
*apMJea is not limited to any I LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. I Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and I
*or Profession. A farmer $1.00 $1.25 and $i.5.0Per Will practice in an the courts of MM State. Special -I Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc.. to our .!.
slake: stock or not, as he pleases. attention given to Conveymneea Collection I foundry, and you will hare them i
of Etc.: All business
Rents promptly attended -
V'I Planned for these to. quickly and carefuly done In a satisfactory I
..,. III all cotton in the companies various pair. We are the Florida salesman. Watch for NOTABT PUBLIC STATE AT LARCB.L. 11 manner at a saUafactoQ'1"
belonging to persons not something next week., I price- :
of the I
association and this E
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1 Wet}.Cotton decided stored Association.upon and then by sold the In Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. DENTIST. I I Live Oak Steam Laundry.

mthls without an Immense I. PHONE 139.FOLEY'S.
*Proposed to'buy this cot'H ORTOPONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE I s
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la. the company's ware- '-. --- -- .-- ---.--- -
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1 r h, 'lth only $10 capital 1 I !JIIIII II I tlll'l!! I I III: II III I III I i i
:'Ia this manner lc.000 T. J. LYLE

il@A.be@@@.ntroliedwlthacap-. I NOTICE Practical I
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"Alaas and I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
farehonses lpeclfteaUons for i To Contractors and Prospective Builders: 35 year's experienceGood i
will be farnlsh-
tie te Presidents to the coun-1;, ii stock of Watches always on band. HONEY AND T AR
.)1au non The meeting at: THE: LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

by 11.w..Wood H.TU Seymore.. adopted chairman was ati; i'! will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand || WALL PAPERWhen The original

President secretary and re-j Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
Walter Clark,of LAXATIVE cough remedy.
': Paj lL Potts. Lo lst.'lohuo -' OUR. SPECIALY: .White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.
Georgia; C. C1pia5 For coughs, colds throat and lone
1Iortt in need of nice wall troubles. No opiate No
: -Alcoholic.
.Qr.:ra1Bng: anet the E. D. The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I per call on H. H. PETTY, at pa- Good for n cry The body genuine. Sold ererjwhere.

bs lea nD at once by COun-the I I Jill !1"1!!! "!8Htg '''! :f'!'' I I JIJIIIIJJ: I QINTON & MEE1CS MARKf.iiEYfioErrAP. I FOLEVS HONEY and TAR biD
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'ts,. Yellowpackage.Refuse substitute
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expected
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ken a fall opera- Foley sV Company Chlcag*.
w.- year's crop is Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. Cures CO'6S f'\&r.PweYrsee-. l City Pharmacy.


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THE COUNTRY IS ;ALt,"RIGHT. ininiti W" 111)1 HI Mill lilt III H 'Ar
UVE OAK'DAILY DEMOCRAT : ,**
A The near approach of a presidential -
Published every Afternoon t
Sunday.' campaign does not have the effect C1Gs
Except SOUTHERN ii[
uPon business now that It did a few appreciates-_

J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gT. years ago. From present indications P'
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there will be no stagnation or hault
Entered at the Postoffice. Lire Oak in prosperity on account of the election Clothing
Second Class Mall Matter !
Florida., as next year. This country has
November 7. 1905.THELIYEOAKPUBLISHISG.
grown so tremendously the popula-

: COMPA8I. tion has increased so vastly and the : reason prieJ;

production of wealth has gone aheadso

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be enormously over what it was a few :
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mailed to any part of the United years ago that we cannot believe
; States postage-prepair. for |5.00 there will be any serious' interference

per year; $.50 for six months; with the tide of prosperity: : the whole
11.25 for three months or 50 cents
nation has experienced for a numberof
for fire weeks in advance. De-
years past.
livered to any part of the city by
The earth is yielding wealth as
: carrier for 10 cents per week.
:. .". never before. Not only have vast
(, -- quantities of gold and other metals SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

The employers'" liability bill has been, taken from the ground in re- 2 I I
been indefinitely postponed in the
cent years phosphate copper iron
senate. and coal, but diversification of agri- For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLARSHIP

,. cultural products have had an important will be issued.good in ANY. DEPARTMENT for only 830.00. .

We are proud of the Suwannee part in bringing a new and more Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged that a I

county High School pupils and we permanent prosperity to the people. student entering on this special offer can finish within the limit of the

have a right to be. Everybody is living on a seale different +. Scholarship. .

from that of a few years ago. This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss.
The first traln''Qver- Tampa As a rule everybody has more money with and will .
Northern is scheduled to arrive in Do you wish your sa1ary'increased? Enroll us, we .
Brooks lle next Mo day. than he had in former years and we help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than yon now have. II,
all :
require more comforts conven- I r
iences and luxuries. We live in WRITE FOR CATALOG. .

Invest your money in Suwannee better homes than our parents did;
county property if you want good returns -
we wear better clothes than did the

on an absolute safe investment. generation before us; our children go SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE I F

to better schools; we have things to
Live Oak has court of
a criminal
eat everyday that we had only at certain -
record. That place has every sym-
seasons a few years ago; we LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I
ptoms of being a city.-Tampa Trivbune. -
have more money in our pockets, and

..-' ,-, 'credit ,Is cheaper than it was a generation L M.ttflTTON, President 1 G. S. STEPHENS, Principal I I:
past. .I : : :
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Live Oak is fifth city In population;
This all means that a greater production II MilimililMITEX III I II t4ei.sy
the largest inland city in the state ..s...
is required. That people
and the end is not yet for she is grow
have more to do, and it takes more l'E.Ut8'SOl."THER.- ACCOM . . . . . . .
ing faster today than ever before, and
people to accomplish what must be
prospects for the future as bright PLISHMENTS.Facts .
: done. Suwannee county Live Oak If
you are
as the noon-day sun and the whole country have had a about the South of today are you can &
Good
Things' '
taste of the blessings of prosperity among the most interesting facts' of expecting to see nag
The Smithsonian Institution has
and in some way the people are goingto human history.. They record accomplished interest in
tackled the Florida alligatorthathas you ot+rand tre
eliminate the factors that would
,done so much to settle the race notable in_ themselves. given varied stock of
prevent continued prosperity. The spk-e
problem by the simple, process of country is all right. marked emphasis when comparedwith .
swallowing live little niggers.-Atlanta - the results in activities in other new clothing for

Constitution ."'The Florida'School Exponent-of parts of the.Country ,and of unparalleled I Summer, which in &

lnesTille.'' the' best educational j significance ,when viewed

The Key West Citizen says Hon. journal published 'in the \south1., has against the appalling background of and assortment oaijr;

f Jefferson B. Browne of that city. q,generation ago. There facts; cap- iw -
this to say of our 'efficient county that shown by tie teiec
> become candidate for be of .,
may a gover- school superintendent: "Superinten not,,escape. attention men affairs

nor. Mr. Browne is quite popular dent Wood of Suwannee it is an of-statesmen, financiers manufacturers ing establishments of fe
and should he enter the race he will publicists and students of
open secret has bad his eyes set
make it interesting for Gilchrist longingly up Tallahassee-way for economic whey: will stand forth City. If, you Latentthis

Jennings and all any other candi- whether they bear upon the presentor
quite a while and has for some time ', Spring to-see &,
dates in the gubernatorial race. been quietly but industriously con- the immediate east, and they must

{ necting up his wires with certain be known,if one would gain the right Vie have to be prepared to do value we offer inMICHALE&S11

Brother Russell of the Brooks- centres of political influence. Suwannee perspective from which to study the things well and this applies to ',

vile Southern Argus pays Senator is a strong. Live Oak is a hust- potentialities., ri! J of 9':the:Jt' future., everything. For instance. Bob- j
Frank Adams. of Jasper this very ling town the Live Oak Democrat is The ,material, progress J .o the erts Johnson lit Rand Shoe Co. <

handsome compliment: "Senator an acknowledged leader among the South during the past ten years is have _six big' specialty factories, ',

Adams has been suggested as a probable inland dailies, and. Superintendent 8 strikingly illustrated, by its prod with,a :daily capacity of 40,000 ; ,

candidate for United States Wood"is,'by,no, means in the kinder- tion during )that period of- pains,h,',.:They emPloy:. expert < f fI
senator to fill the place of Hon. S. R. garden class,:a? regards' politics; in 103.639000 bales"of cotton workmen, 'use ,the best,material !

Mallory. There are few. if any view of these facts, and of the fur- 5,6(06,441,899( bushels of corn In all'their shoes and the latest ; 1 i

brainier men in Florida than Senator ther fact that he may be set downas 685,126,941 bushels of wheat and best machinery is used. mm

Adams." ,one of three who will certainly be 659.057,244 bushels of oats. They are, prepared to make good

1. in the race he is a factor to be reck- 120.000.000.000 feet of lumber. .fchoes, that's why"STAR BRAND
There is a resolution pending to oned with by all who are reachingout 571.629.336 short tons of coal. SHOES ARE BETTER Oae i i

c amend the state constitution by removing after the State Superintendenceprize. 263.S39.252 barrels of petroleum of their shoes the "Qu KER," You shouldn't deli<

C: the state capital to Live Oak. 27,342.566 long tons, pig-iron for women at fJ:4>o is the, best

,There is unquestionably a.sentiment 15.692.158 long tons,phosphate.In shoe for the money we can find. other day. You sat

'! in favor of removing the capital.from All Florida bows its head in griefat that period the South increased The Star on the heel and the qualofthiscddrif.anywhere *

Its present location but the trouble the death of Edmund Gibson Ross. the capital In Invested in its cotton mills word "QUAKER" woven with

with those who desire this they cannot one senator from Kansas, who sat in from 192.000,000 to S250.000.000, silk in the facing are guaranteesthat in town fad

unite on a location.-Madison the senate which tried Andrew John- and nearly trebled the number of its the, 'QUAKER' Is honestly ask. O<
ilecorder. spindles, having increased the 3693. more than we
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son under impeachment. He died constructed and. wUl satisfy.
poor and almost unknown in New 900 which it had; in 1897 to 9.760.000 Come see them and "WALK I high-grade depe

"Uneasy lies the head that wears Mexico. Ross was one of the truest in 1906. During the same period the ON STARS."

a crown." This is not only true of patriots of the reconstruction period.He South built 15.901 miles of railroad, The best woman in the world rials "faultless in cat*j

kings but is true of office holde.s sacrificed a poliltcal career be- bringing its total mileage; to 64,035.It could not make good bread if ing and np-Wk** I

generally. It is publicly announced cause he would rather be right than expored to foreign lands throughits she didn't hare good flour. The

that Ir.-Jr Walter Kehoe is trying to popular. He was the one Republican ports merchandise Aggregating in best woman in the world could- vanced fashion, 7081
get Mr. Lamar's place in senator wbo voted against the con- value U,978.000UOO.-From.Manu-
congress n't make taU
,good butter if she dId- of &ny
and that Mr' Frank Adams wants :Mr. viction of Andrew Johnson and his facturers' Record. May 9.) n't have the right kind ,of milkto selection ,

'. Mallory's senatorial toga. It is also one vote prevented convicti n.-Tain- churn. Neither could the :$25.00 withpermanent t r1

intimated that :Mr. Trammell will enter pa Tribune. KILLING AT SI K.MAN S, FLA. best woman In the ,world make ,!.t.! I. sat
.. the congressional race against
good cake if she used salt for
Congressman Spark man.--Ocala.Ban- One time there was a fire in this the best &
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Joe Milner Killed Tal Simians There sugar. you got ,
ner. town. It was being discussed in the

,- hearing of several of our citizens. Monday Afternoon. at the..price fOIl 14
Now that Hon. J. Walter Kehoe. One man said he believed it was In- Meagre details of a tragedy that

one of West Florida's brightest and cendiary. Another replied: "Incen- occurred at Sirmans. Fla., late Monday -

bralnest men. has entered the race diary, hell! It was set on fire!"- in which Tal Sirmans was shotto I
for congress, there will be ''some- Washington ,Iowa) Democrat. death by Joe Milner was received ma.rt f' "

thing doing:iover 'In Congressman here last night.As DOWLING MBER &

Lamar's district Kehoe is one of A Stepney teacher took for the to the trouble that lead up to $.

y, the best campaigners; in the state a Bible lesson the story of Samson. At the killing we. were unable to learn. $3.00I :
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pleasant, caffab gentleman, and the end,of the lesson test questionswere The only information that we could

makes friends wherever he.woes. put to the scholars. "With what get was tbat the two were In the storeof
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weapon did Samson slay a thousand J. B. Sirmans when Milner shot Tal Q
The capital removal question in Philistines" was the question. Fora Sirmans three times each shot tak-!t Clothesin made

Florida has been a live wire for a space there was silence. Then .1 ing effect in back of the head com- i handsome P
number of years and seems likely to little girl said. "With the ax of the ing out through his face. rem
to
tailored
continue- to 'electrify the situation for apostles."-London Chronicle. Sirmans. the slain man, was a na-! COMPAiYji e
shape
some time to come. Should the tive of Echols ,county this state and their ,

Dupont bill to remove the capital to i FILLERS . . . . was clerking fpr his uncle, J. B. Sir- values that sale ito
some point east of the Suwannee Miss Helen Gould is credited witha mans at Si-mans. Fla.. Milner was i BOWLING PARK. FLA. $10.50, her

river be adopted, a lively fight wouldbe caustic wit. This is a fair sampleof in tie naval stores business near that mentof attract

immediately precipitated. There it: One day she was showing place and a member of the firm of t. . . Ie. . . . to$7.50.BUTUifJ.
would be half a dozen candidates J.n ,some, Children visitors the art treas- Jordan Milner & Co.

the field before the Governor's signa- ures of her home. "Here, ," she said, The remains of Sirmans were I

ture on the act was dry. and the probabilities ,."is a statute of Minerva." "Was site broht/up- on the SouthGeorgiaUhls I j Disturbed. the Congregation. *
are' bt: the railroads would iia J ried'! ",asked A little irl. "Oh, morning and were carried to' Mill- : -TrEbfioersoji.T ,n..1 ,f '

r j lei>draWn into the contest JThe ,remoVal no. my child," $a142 $. ?uk:\.9C she town for!1f terment. .. whfr-dteturlwd the conliBtegaUoniasti -\

,; of the capital woufd"be.. .,fo was the goddess otf, ,wisdom! }Milner HU arresVed1and: placed. in} .coughing u- Sunday by continualy
:. : Madison requested tQ bay a bat! the fine old town of .. .
severe blow to r' (;' -cpuntjtJaiL;-O.ultman Ad ot Foley's
-Savannah News. Try YDeasocTIt--10c,& vertiser. IJe: _ey and Tan. City Pharmacy -
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a'rrTERS.1 oriXTEREST BRIEFLY of the Advance Ideas in the Popular t j ji

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HEY COME AND THEY GO : OUtfIts. I

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We have them in Fancy Aprons,. 4)) -2" :

1 1 of Ltre Oak and Snwannee Corset Covers. Lingerie: v ; ;

*,County Gathered by the Democrat Waists Dresser Sets. Baby Shirt Waists ; _:
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Reporter Pillow Sofa Pillows Hem-" i ::..
stitched Scarfs with Richard- i i

r sons* Grand Prize Embroi- ,-. i- % = j

1J| MiaT-A. tasters I t s Is reported very Y i inf dery Silk and Illustrated Lessons 0,

J( al IJ.irbome. :?, "*? % .: for embroidering. Pretty Voile. Skirts f -
i- ,-,-..: : K 1 effects in Art Needlework for the + ,-l i!

,t Cheshire, of P I.Grove.ll.ln' home and personal adornment. '
j, ,.1L&. Stamped on an extra quality Lawn. 'J r
jI dQ:todaY,'t. ::.f,; '" : :t
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t B,'Mills of Plnemount, was here .
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i tod 3 Just bought a job lot ofEMBROIDERY i 1

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C. &.rL Fevre. of .Luraville, was

J tee yesterday. .': : f. j
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:1f Ioe want to aelt see J. M. Bailey
:it-licensed auctioneer. He sells:

;s. pjcalam. ,Gardner-r"---returned from + 4000 yards, all kinds, going at just one-half the regular price., ; II

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today.
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; j.)McClenny._ of Clearwater. l THE LADIES EN ORIU7V1 :

(us here today. PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD PROPRIETORr.

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}Irs. :W. 'H. Brooks left for her I t t I HIM iltl_I MM I I III H I Ml I H M IMMH Ml tt I till' III r I III t t t t II 1I111III I IIII I I I '." I ,+++++-. ,
,' fewe la'Terrell this morning. -"ii.>
Hon D< G. Geiger ol Lafayette L.. T. Morgan went to Branford this: Rev. T. J. Holmes of Tennille.. Ga., Our friend J. M. Caldwell of the 1

jack Adams, of Mayo was here county was here this morning on a morning.Col. was here this morning from Hampton Jasper News has switched off to the"spook" f

jeteday and left for home this morn- home,visit to his wife from Talla- Springs en route to the coast., business and writes the following :.,..

hasse. A. Lee Humphries went to I regarding dead languages, t:<->i t

.aD. Branford this morning on.business. Mrs.Joanna McCulIers who has: professors of Greek and Latin cemeteries t
t McLeod and family of San An? If your watch Is sick take itf to been visiting her sons here returned 1 and' 'stiffs": "An inquirer ,H

rOo are visitors to Live Oak today. J. Dj.. Radford. He has' -an', expert Thos. Dowling returned from South to Madison this morning.Mr. wants to know why a professor of i
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watchmaker, who will put it in good Florida this morning.. ,_ I Latin and Greek should not become 'rI
f
s .Wibser Ross went to Gainesville order. 17d .wt and Mrs. Connell went to I a capable superintendent of a municipal (

rant other: points in South Florida Brantley Padgett went to O'Brien Sparks Ga., this morning, on a visit I cemetery. We see no good reason ;!

u yesterday L. T. Waters and wife of Jacksonville today. to their parents. why te shouldn't except that his

arrived here this morning, en l' I familiarity with the dead language 1

tIf. you want Braying done or.'a route_ to lfe wig Par..fe, "where_ ,Mr. -', C. C. Smith and wife and his moth ; .SIm.Slocum...wbo thasbeen attend- i would be apt to put him on such -1 i

.:.tnuk. carried to the depot right Waters has.tTpoflfion. ",,er" went to Jasper''today. ,ing.jthe Higl.School here: returned to chatty terms with his tenants that be -:.

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f' :- F. C. r osf, +_Jacksonviljji! whoIs Mi'ss''Yettles Taylor county* M l juai'ii" '. I. .J
;:Courj adjourned yesterday until selling automobiles for Mr. Huttd j 2eie today; on-tet "way te Atochua.,. -Hitt j R. A. Hunt of Lafayette who has i
.., Wonderful Eczema Cure.
Ifonday, and Judge Palmer left for and who has been here for, the past "" 'T -to> ', been residing in Jackson county was f. j
"Our little boy tad eczema for five t
Luke City.Lynn week returned ,to Jacksonville this Mrs. C.' F. Tascai,' of Jacksonville, here this morning en route to Bran- j
years writes N. ,A. Adams Henrietta
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o morning.. .' was a visitor to Live Oak today. ford. I i
t Pa. "Two of oar tome doctors
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'fclackwell took a pleasure:; :.- t '.
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) said the case was hopeless, his lungs :
Wp to Lire Oak and Suwannee last W. ;R. Driver of Rixford J. M. Sheriff RlcKerson -'went to Branford S. B. Freeman of Peacock, accom-
: being affected. We then employed '11
Sttarday and Sunday.-Jasper News.. Hingson.'of New Hope, J. M. Brown today on official: business. I.I .anted by his family was here this
; : other
doctors but no benefit resulted. a
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and son of Rocky Sink were among I morning, en route to Jasper on a
Yrs W. R. Dorman came in from the country: visitors to Live_ Oak to : Ionia were here." .this'amor ing,' enroute visit to relatives. Bitters By chance we read about Electric v I
r 101 ; bought a bottle and soon
UUiassee| this morning to spend day. ,, .' ,.-l.iI I t -& u'j honie'from j Funlak' tI 108 ::1)I I !nticed improvement. We continued .:
h day and will return to-nIght. : -' 'MissRuth' McLeran one of the ._
John and'daughter,-Veda 01
JIll. C, B. McLeod and daughter o f Plane gbapritaa: *; : :here tics morningleavin'g today. on 'a'visit relatives; !,. f .II|:I Cay the guestof l\IFS:''BIanehe Wolfe pletely were used cured.when" Best our of boy all was blood com- ,

..KittSe, left for Cltra.thls morning'to j for Dowling'lPark'! to spend I '.t 1 and Miss Sue Hemming. I medicines and body building health '
**.t the former's husband.WANTED the day.'.and will leave for Atlanta Dr. Thomason went to Pinemount ;
i tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & ,
: this morning on professional bust-;: the
tonight. President of Council, C. H. Groover Drug Store. 60c. dwJ. .
=-A practical than who ness. Prown. held Mayor's court this morn'
-udersUnda the latest and best proof Ladies, I have just opened a dressmaking J i -0.- ing in the absence of Mayor Johnson.Mr. i
ten Uning leather. Address W. room In the Lewin building I S. S. Keene, of :take City is here Brown presided with dignity and i I L. McArtbur. who has been located '

' ,1 CoDlns. Live Oak Fla. and'%ill be glad to serve'you. Satisfaction : today en route to the Park.D. disposed of tbe business before 'the i I at Perry for some time past has

qi } ;1. i J guaranteed. Give me a trial. ;i McLeod and 'wife of San An- court with dispatch. I accepted a position with the J. B.

.1 lira RW18' 0? Watertown. visit- :jf\T.: "" MRS. KIGHT. .j jl i Barton Furniture Co.. as collector

l .'Rirhrdyesterday, returning I. P. T. Tomlinson and wife of nearT Bob White is suffering severely I had will move his family here the ",

t\1 t3 n J:1t.: 0 morning. 'to<< make arrangements to Jennings. tleman of acknowledged business
same is assuming alarming
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io the the1 "' Frank Kunert Sr., went to Pine- responsible position with the 'United -
, Laughinghouse res- hbuse to be vacated. by will not result in the losing! of his
nee tid'tae West End. R. G. McNeill. ount this morning to do some re- eyesight for such a calamity is Hardware Co., of Perry and only
-j pair work on a mill there. j ill health: in his family causes his
threatened.The
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:. To.can get anything repaired (hat J. M. Knight who has been here rcaovsi from there. Mr. and Mrs. ::

;'*ner made to keep time at i n.1a4tQrd. .- lor a long time concluded yesterdaythat Mrs. Judge Conner went to Crystal a Authur will be welcomed to Live '

,- 1Td2t 2tttrtisaltub he would leave Live Oak forever diver today on a visit to her sister. Seaboard's colored coach was Oak. : ..... i
: : crowded to the utmost this morning 4
and went to Jacksonville. Dollars Mrs. Barker.
. with negro men, women and children -
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n: \ and wife have to doughnuts be will be back
en route to their former homes
'te lfTo within two weeks. Master Joe Kickerson went to
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Ue.iF pr tl1fY. in West Florida to celebrate Emancipation GET OURCATALOG
;:l1dedhe! docesan Pranford on a visit to relatives to-
-j convention of. Day next Monday. Live Oak "
idaeopal church. iUBOT'1S1 There will be a. baptismal service I day. sold at least 100 tickets. '

;:",: ,;. i... next Sunday night at the Second Advent .
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I Christian church at the conclu- .. . . ': Fred Hugger who has the contractfor I
fFkr SaJ: sion of the night service. Services E f' re-modeling the new bank building '

I begin at 7: 45 o'clock. You are Invited Ito Wedding is getting the material on the
attend this service. PreachIng -'
ground, and when. be begins workit

I *. OT\"AND UNIMPROVID by: ,the, pastor. will be completed in short order. .;.

PresentsFOR Fred is one of tbe most hustling con-
EI L O. 'T. iattox. editor of the tractors,that ever struck this man's We have just issueda

1 .lty Present Troth Messenger of Live Oak THK town. complete 16 page
Mate
will preach at the Second Advent .
.. Catalog of our largestock
church nextr Sunday morning and JUNE BRIDES EMBROIDERY LESSON'S. Embroidery of Books 1
evening. Everybody invited to attend ,
"
[ these services.-Jasper News. eyelet work buttonholesand Bibles Musical Instruments -
:
: farmsjc.[ drawn work and hemstitchingon Stationery
sewing machine. Full .instructions :
Or those who choose .
', .1 -orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is beat the month of May. Just beginning on the 20th and to and Novelties
"'-- for women and children. .Its mild ,J look in at our exquisite 25tl, for $5.00 payable la advance. 5
ijs-r, .
action and pleasant taste makes it Diamond Pins. Brooches Mrs. V. E. WIckham aV Mrs. Alice
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preferable to violent purgatives.;such and Rings. Watches Ohio r Sent Free on Application
YOUR" Bracelets. Etc. Every- Armstrong on avenve" or.Singer I
; ". as pills tablets etc. Get the booklet thing in Jewelry. Our Sewing Machine office. 'l&-3t !

'PROPERTYI and a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy customers are always Everythiiig in our Line
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d-w pleased.RADFORD-
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan of Alton arrived !
WITH
here last night from Alton en I

US. H. W. Odom of Lakeland is moving I I jI j route to Tberessa. In response to a

i .his family to ,Live Oak. Mr. : I i telegram announcing the serious and

Odom: is a painter, carpenter and. rail!I': probably fa'al 'Illness of. Mr.:. Sull1v -r
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TT-iALTy1oJ road man; Owing to tf"strttf3 down j ,I n's mother. TIe Florida Railwayvefr's .

; ) there',he {nlp-hls'job.inffwiallocatefeere. j ; Tft Jeweler I+I nerdusiy7'tendered ''?1r. 'Sulli FLORIDA, BOOK
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He1 Is'a''gOOd'mechanic and 'a :I van an engine. No.'S.; to make the
'lu W !rlever gentleman?*nd he:'ands his J 1IVC OAK. FLA. trip here so as-to" catch the morning I'
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LIVE OAK'D.uLY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY., MAT .18, 18O7.: '

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CONFEDERATE UNION.Richmond VETERAN. RE- j 'FLORIDA RAILWAYSCHEDULE.

Live Oak M'f'g.'Co. .
C"ONNF.CIS WITH ALL TRAINS OW S.. A.U BT.AN& A. a t.
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The Seaboard Air Line Railway Manufacturers of '!I-

announces low excursion rates from dli dFgt Mail 1Fa-

all Florida points made one cent per Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights: t areitoxs.Sattday "-:::

mile to Richmond. Va.. and return Dai.Iw.

account of the Re-Union Tickets on Power and Turpentine.Electric .

sale May 26. 27. 28. 29 and 30th. _
L. U.e n..1. .
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10 a aa 110 p aa -
The Seaboard operates double daily .
service from Tampa. JacksonTille Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residence f 50 a at pm Lv p Dater --.u.r-- ..

Business Houses at reasonable rate. Electrit Power- L. ..., .Stoke._. __
and other Florida points. Extra or a very S 05 a 3 54 p m -

through Pullman sleepers and day day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. 1118 a m I H p- Ly r';L;r >I'f

coaches tare been arranged so all Ly_ _Xirkla..d ,
4 18
4 10 a m p m
may be made comfortable. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special atter r.Wil U 1. .
I 40 a 111 4 19 pm --
In order to allow their patrons to I tion and all orders promptly filled. 1150. m L. W.i.4.s.L _=... _a..

Tislt the Jamestown Exposition the We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and .10 a.to Ar_... --=--.Laraifl _...._
Seaboard will honor return portion :tta.. Ly _.Lnrs.ii.__.._ __
I flooring. Come and prices.
of Richmond tickets from Ports-, get our ,'M a m Ar. .- WiIma1'tb.... _
mouth. The total round trip rates x.., WiImanh-
--- I' 00 tit I! .aa Ar.-
6 I..
from some of the Important points In September 30th. 1903. and approved (Su) feet In width. 10 Ie a 'U II" Ly. .- .-.---Saw--Ri.--.w ..

Florida are as follows. October Cth. 1103.e Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Ly Norw.ed.U ..., III'
): It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak. 1010 a m 410.. m t.
I.i
Jacksonville ... .. . . $13.75 .
City Council of the City of Live Oak. Florida: 1. It a 1ft 1 6t p. Ar. .MaYG.- ......
Lake City .. .. .. . 13.75 Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street IB l'-se a _- ...... l..

Live Oak . .. .. . . 13.75 Section la. That Section 1. Section the City of Live Oak Florida as It .

Madison .. .. . ., 14.00 2 and Section 7 of Ordlnaace now stands be opened extended and :0 It Ii a a a m Ly.u ------- AiLa Alton---"..--...' lorto
:No. 16 of the City of Live Oak established from the eastern side of : -.AL
Uonticello .. .. .:. . 14.65 Florida being an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue In said City fifty feet 1105 a ._.... ___... -__. ..---.

Tallahassee .. . .,. 15.45 "An ordinance prohibit the running in width at right angles with said a .. .. Lv_.... ...--.Y:r---

Gainesville ... . . ". 15.15 at !r rF? 01 tbe streets of the Ohio avenue eastward to White street L. !il_ -
City of lIT* ')ak. of bOM-s. mules In White's Addiiton to the said City 11 7. a m 1 U pLL .. f.r
Ocala . . . . 15.75
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Live Oa'4. the northern boundaryof m Lv._.. -.Ss.}9r.--,-.Lw
Leesburg .. .. .. . 18.55 hogs and gnat and to provide for e It a is p m
the impounding and disposing; of tbe which said extension shall be alice _
Tavares. .. ... .. .. .. 16.70 same" approved October 6. 1903. be I drawn at right angles with Ohio tt 14 a m i It p m Ly ----Aaf-S-- ----,; ._L, ..Kas-

Apopka . . .... ... . 16.70 and the same are hereby amended so I avenue from a point on the eastern u s m i 11 pm Lv Chuair.... ,... ist)0

Orlando ..' . ... 16.70 as to read as follows: I side of Ohio avenv- directly oppositei S 27 L .III e.-----
"Section 1. to the northern bounadry of Wilbur a. .m 8; f K a
Horses mules. t
Dade City . . . . 17.05 hogs It stands running at a.L ___Fenno; wq......,. .... .
and goats el-all not be allowed to run I street as now a m i U.P .g i sal
Plant City ..... . . 17.55 }
at large upon any of the streets al- right angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 Lv Dena1ark---.....
Tampa . .. ... ,., 17.55t'CT. laces or unenclosed property of feet to White street in White's Addi- Z. a III i 4.3 p D1 as i l{4

Manatee . _. .. . 1S.50 tte City of Live Oak. and that cows tion in said City of Live Oak, Flo- 4234 ID 560p.\% Perry

Palmetto . .. ... . 18.50 shall not ba allowed to run at large ida. excepting therefrom three feet .
upon any of tbe streets lanes or I across the northern side of the
Bradentown ... .. . .. J8.50 public highways of tbe said City, or Parshley family burial grounds, (d) TefearacB or Telephone Statio_*. (O PUaSUUoo.. (r) Rfgtttet. w.... ;

Sarasota .. ,. . .. ... 18.70 other unenclosed premises within II which is included In said descriptionand I 4eacy Station IP. A1AnMr. .- .'
Genera Agent '
BKI8.
While these rates are announcedfor the following boundary in said City within the iron fence Inclosing ......
of Live Oak Florida, to-wit: said burial grounds. I '
the Confederate Veterans they Becinnig at a point where Irvin i I Section II. That condemnation I -
open to the public. and First streets Intersects and run- proceedings shall be Instituted in the I
The Seaboard have Issued a very ning south to where Irvin and Carroll name of the City of Live Oak, in accordance Confederate Veterans RentRICHMOND il
attractive and expensive folder de- streets intersect thenee east to with the provisions of the l ml l
Houston street thence south along Statutes in such case made and provided
voted entirely to this occasion. Copies Houston street to John street thence '' for the purpose of carryingout
of this folder and other Informa- east on John street to Church street, the provisions of Section 1 of
tion can be obtained on application tl'ence south on Church street to cor-I''I' this Ordinance. VIRGINIA

to any Seaboard agent or to poration line, thence east on corpora- Section III. That this ordinance
tion line to White street thence shall take effect upon its passage b_.
S. C. BOYLSTOX, Jr., I I the Council and approved by the '
north
on White street to Howard 190i
Assistant General Passenger Agent, street, thence east on Howard street ]j: Mayor or upon its becoming anI MAY Oft to JUNE 3rd, l:
Jacksonville FUu to a point opposite Georgia avenue, I I crd:imnce without the approval of the
tl enc north to and along Georgia., Mayor.
avenue to tte northeast corner of I| Introduced by Alderman F.. Ion VIA
"Many a man, said Brother Williams Bryson street and Georgia avenue ,'I Robertson, and passed by City
"growls 'kaze he ain't got nut- tvence due north along !ection line Council in regular session assembled
tin ter growl 'bout. I once knoweda to a point opposite Fifth l street! on this 8th day of April, A. D. 1907.
man what 'kaze de thence west to and along Fifth street CHAS. H. BROWN
growled I
spots ATLANTIC COAST LINETickets J JL
to Atlantic Coast Line railroad, President City Council. IIi IIiJ
on; de sun wuzn't big enough ter bea thence southwest across Atlantic ; Attest: .

shady umbreller ,fer him while h. Coast Line railroad to First street, I S. P. HAYS City Clerk.I. .
wuz plowln' in July." thence west along First street to S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
point of beginning." City of Live Oak, Florida do hereby
"Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above and foregoing on sale daily from May 26th to 30th i ndi

When your tooa aas not been properly the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 'was regularly passed Rates for this occasion is
by the City Council the 8th
digested the entire system is Marshal or policeman of the said on day
City to take possession of and placein of April. A. D. 1907. and the same
Impaired in the same proportion. a pound to be provided for that Is hereby certified to the Mayor for $13-75 from Jacksonville
Your stomach needs help. Kodol For purpose any horse mule hog or goat his approval.
Indigestion and Dypepsia not only found by him or them running at Witness my hand and seal of said

digests what you eat. It tone the large upon any of tbe streets, alleys. City.1907. this 8th day of April. A. D. For the Round Trip, or virtually one cent a min
highways other unenclosed
stomach and adds strength to the within or said City and likewise property (Seal) 8. P. MATS distance traveled with correspondingly low ratesms

whole body. Makes rich pure blood. take possession of and place in said City Clerk. points. Extension of limit to July 6th can be obtaas
Kodol conforms to the National Pure pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me of
Food and Drug Law. Sold by City running at large on any of the streets I this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. depositing ticket with special agent and payment. -
alleys lanes, public highways or M. E. BROOME. Mayor.
of
Pharmacy. d* I cents at time deposit.
,
other unenclosed property of said :I wa
City of Live Oak within the boundaries -: For full information and Pullman reservations

ORDINANCE NO' 58. prescribed in Section I hereof." call on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger, 4 -

An Ordinance amending Section Impounding"Section VII.stock For under catching this ordinance and- A LIQUID COLT CURE Atlantic Coast Line; Jacksonville, Fla.

Three, (3) of Ordinance No. 11. being the City Marshal shall be entitled AND
entitled "An ordinance fixing the to the following fees, namely: .
salary to be received by the officers For catching and impounding horses,
LAXATIVE COUGH
of the City of Live Oak. Florida" approved mules and cows fifty cents per head SYRUP G
October 6. 1903. goats thirty cents per, bead hogs one Live Oak Perry &
Be It Ordered by the Mayor and dollar per bead For feeding and ,
City Council of the. City of Live Oak. taking care of such stock while In THE
Florida: pound for horses, mules and cows he
Section 1. That Section Three (3) shall receive fort,-,cents per day per THE 'cCRIIINIL Railroad Company. I
of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of lead each for bogs or goats ten cents

Live Oak. Florida, being an ordinance per day per head each; for advertis- Schedule Effective, April 7. 1907. .J
entitled "An ordinance fixing ing and selling such animals he shall
the salary to be received by the officers receive the sum of fifty cents for WUT SOUND SAI1' .
of the City of Live Qok Florida horses mules or cows per head, and I 1ST CLASS l fo. CLASS let.a..tI
." approved October 6, 1903 be for bogs or goats the sum of twenty- Mail & p-.J.-rt. ands !6ai1 r.+a
and the same Is hereby amended' so five cents per head each. The word Pas&._ BW. Pau.No.1. I Pass ss

as. to read as follows: "bog" under this ordinance" shall betaken Tha Bed Ctercr B1.M6B &a& tkSTtry ....y a.. No.!. N.a. N&L ha dbar:l y
(Section 3.) The City Marshal to include "pigs. .BotU. Daily S Oaly nrtay; Duly ez D fib : ry
si-all receive a salary of sixty-five Section IIa. That this Ordinance Sn.day.
Dollars per month as City Marshal shall take effect immediately upon "A Cold or a Couch Dearly always ,raduoos A. 1C. P. l[. P. 1[. P.M.Le.v. Po" 1 b Je
constlpatlon-&he water all
runs U the
and the of Ten Dollars its passage by the Council and ap- I X-e Laws .Arrift Arne "
month sum per proval by the Mayor as to mules, eyes. nose and throat Instead of passing out 800 lee 3 40 ..........._......."LiT. Oac.Rocky ___....__.... : :; .:
as Sanitary Inspector of the of the system through the liver and kianeys. 8 ISI 1 M 2 4 .. Sink.
City of Live Oak, Florida. horses goats and bogs, but shall not For the want cf moisture tSeboweUb 8 18, 1 48 300S07 :::::::::::::::::: Starr =::::::::::::::. :i G ii1 :j3
Section II. That this Ordinanceto go into effect as to cows until 60 days dry and hard." Nearly all ether cough cure m 8 2282S 1 1 S H. 5 15 :::....................Mercer................_.._.."I Ulj .IS ':
take effect Immediately upon its from its passage by the City Council. 1 are constipating, especially those containing S 34' 204 330 ---::::::::::::::::::-Lane.ater.---:-Platt- ::::::::::::::::::::: :u i :y
passage and approval by the Mayor.' Passed by City Council in regular Opiate Kennedy's Laxative Honey and L. 8 si,Ar 2 h Ar 840 ..................Dow hue Park.............-.. LY Lw IltjtJ.,
Passed by the City Council this session this 8th day of April A. D. Tax moves the bowels contains Ar 8 45 LT8COi 4 45LT' 4 101... ........... Dwbnc Park _.......-.... M I 11Ii'
1907. CHAS. H. BROWN no Opiate 149' 4 15 .........._Chancey............._..,.. I .
22nd day of April. A. D. 1907. 8138S7 4 i2 4 17 1..h..h..... ...?....B n_ _.............._.... I '1
CHAS. H. BROWN. President City Council. KENNE3Y'SLAXATIVE 1 i7 4 20 ::Mayo Junction .. i .
Attest Pres. City Council. Attest: S 9 0 t; 4 25 ::::::::: :::::::: Day- :::..::=:::: I i:
: I S. P. MAYS City Clerk. 906 i 00 4 40 ..................Day_...................-... a
S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. I i 061 446 IF
I, S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the Cite 1, of S. Live P Mays Oak, Florida City Clerk, do herebycertKv of the 9 925 10 b b u 4 B ti2 12Sti ::::::::::::::::::::..TownMnd.Smith- .::::::::::::==: i i. if

City of Live Oak. Florida, do here- .1 tbe above and foregoing rSTAIXINO 42W 688 -..-........_FeahvUoway ..........-...-..
that JO I sob' 6 00 .............- ... PerryHamptoa : .....-................... t lilt T
by certify that the above and fore- Ordinance No 56 was regularly pass- HOYANoTARw" ArltZaArM.lp., 620 1 Ar 6 15 .............._-- Sprint- ..........-... L1L Y,1Li!
going Ordinance No. f 8 was regularly ed by the City Council on the 8th day .. K.. P. K.. t P.
passed by tte City Council on the lof .April A. D. 190.. and tbe same
22nd day of April. 1907. and the i,,1s hereby certified to the Mayor for Relieves Colds by working them oat MAYO AXD ALTOS BRANCH.
same is hereby certified to the i his approval of the system through a copious a tt.Q of
leaver for his approval. Witness my hand and seal of said the bowels. ,
Witness my hand and seal of said City. this 8th day of April. A. D. es- Relieves Coughs by cleansing and WEST BOUND. )U.iT

City, this April 22. 1907. 1907. strengthening the mucous membranes of
S. P. u.YS. the throat chest,lungs and bronchial tubes. Fri* rrt A &'
S. P. Seal)
(Seal) MAYS (
Pass Past t ,..
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City Clerk. City Clerk. For Crcmp. Whooping Cev k-t I.a Grippe : 1 ,..;
Examined and approved by me Na T. N- s. _j N.L
Examined &nd approved by me this. Influenza, Broncsatis, sal all Coat)', Daily Duly= I pt
this 9th day of April.. D. 1907.M. gai1r -....
:3rd day of April 197.M. Colds Lug ajt4 BmcUal al ctl n* ao aL aIL aLSaL .ztSsa- 4l
3. BROOME, Mayor. E. BROOME. Mayor. remedy U e ui to Kaaaa4ya LsjuUv ,P.IL,41
< Honey aa4 Tar. CsJUrem lire: it. A. K.. P. K.. A. x.' P. K. I It..11. ..
Lea
e X-"e Lass L.. iArrt'l jI
Put m SSe.SOe and t I.SO"tMM at Uw L.M. 10 4 40 i SO e ...Mayo Junction.... ... .. .. t i t If t
: No. 38. ratonr.f K.C.OeWltt a Oo..ohl.at.,U$.*. f s 26 36 4 M 44W C4156S --_-. .::..........Clark...............:-. 'I,I r:! 1. rf
.. ORDINANCi ORDINANCE NO.' 57. 10 i M 1903 .._.:::::......._P.teraoa-........ .., f las J.lI.
An. Ordinance to'amend Sections I .10 N a_ 'S''a 18 li 606 .-.. .......-Mayo..... .,. ......... t.;;.ul....,. .
1 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the : An Ordinance providing for the Sold by City PharmacyLYIiolEYJmTArc 10'--- i 401Arl. 21 1 I ........"..-.........Alton ......... ':.. .__...aL" '

city of Live Oak. Florida, being an : establishing, opening and extendingof Regular rot aIp1a !
of Live atop. Connection Dowling Par
entitled -An ordinance to Wilbur street In the City made at
Ordinance prohibit the running at large on the Oak Florida, from the east side of k from Live Oa and Perry. For formation as w ..-f-
of Live Oak of Ohio avenue eastward to White other lines ho.e Aieah ,
streets of tie City to said or call on Gen-r.. Passenger
and goats, and street In White's Addition ling
togs Building.
horses, mules Live Oak
hundred and thirty-two 116
ten
and City
disposing to provide cf for tks the impounding same" passed (1032) fact said street to be fifty 'sops tha.cough and is..al.lyasXs. T !OS. DOLING Preai ,.t. R. r. HOPKLVS.i &


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OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY ; ,MAT_18. ice':. Iaisville

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'-% man Is to build an World Demands for Southern Cotton.]

.,, hog pea. The pigs will be Before the south has so developed Won( & PlOO"1"

ered twice a day. and decorated its ,mill Industry as to consume at ;

_pink ribbon bows. Poor pigs home 10000.000 c-r'U, OOOOO; baled I SEABOARD I I t .

the average crop of the last five or -
. A A'arow Escape. six years and this would mean the -

0.W. CITd' a rchant' of Plunk quadrupling of mill capital from I ,I

'Ie,;ba4 a narrow escape four years $250,000,000 of today to over, Airline Railway.

io. wben be. ran a jimson bur Into $$1,000,000,000, says The Manufac- Wholesale and -I
' tumb. He says: "The doctor turers' Record of May 9. the world Re2

bated i to amputate It but I would will. require of this section annual I Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines
bought a box of Buck- crops of 25.000,000 or more. Raleigh Richmond '
onsent I Washington Baltimore
I tail Dealers in Florida 1
fJel" Arnica Salve and that cured the Philadelphia and New York.

gerous wound." 25c at Barclay DeWitt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel I I .....
/ druggists. d-W Salve does not merely heal on the sur- =
11 Groover and Western )
face; it penetrates the pores and

ItUe Grenoble district in France lallnted promptly relieves pain caused by f TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY '. -

in the export trade of that bolls, burns scalds cuts and skin

rSiBtry-walnuts for two and very kid different gloves. prod- piles.diseases.Beware It Is of especially imitations.good Sold for by Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail : : MEATSPhone ;

City Pharmacy. d*

KStop Grumbling. ..
.
Ejf you suffer from Rheumatism orfeus "Here's to your health and hop- Modern ': Pullman : Equipment. .
; for Ballard's Snow LinimentHfflbriu plness"-DeWitt's Little Early Risers 24. :
quick relief. It is a sure -famous little pills. Nasty sick

tart for Sprains. Rheumatism. Contacted headache or biliousness may come on '
Muscles and all pains-andfirSta any time; the cure is an Early Riser. \ The Jamestown Exposition Line \I INORFOLK. Promdt deliveries .
the reach of all. Price 25c.k Sold by City Pharmacy. d* "

=i.eu. C. n. Smith Tenaha, VA. *
i anywhere .in the 4\
I|:i fa.. ..ri'"I have used Ballard's A washwoman applied for help to .
Liniment In my family for years ; ; Excursion Tickets on S le Daily :+
SlOW' a gentleman who gave her a note to "
found it a fine remedy for City.'Y' '3
rjjj haft + .
the manager of a certain club. It
all pains and w168I recommend it read as follows:

'jar pains In the chest- Sold by Su- "Dear Mr. X.-This woman wants For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent I '"
,tsae Drug Co. d'w washing." < > of Seaboard, or write, 1

Very shortly the answer came ; ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. !
tgeattor The
Lincoln of South Dakota. back: Great Headache Cure
asked by a woman Interested in 11 II 11111111111111111111. .. '
flea "Dear Sir.-I dare say she does,
suffrage bill, "Do
&t 1'Utlrs.woman Lincoln to vote?" replied you but I don't fancy the jOb-London . . . . . . . ',' . . . . BromoPepsin
Tit-Bits. : .'
"Cood Lord no! She's a Democrat!" "Note the Von '.
i Pepsin
I OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT t tf.

; Waea your back aches It is almost My Best Friend. Head ch8. Indigestion.HeaousBes; jlaofnsrtt
G U R E S
Rural Route 1, Fort Edward. N. Y.,
U wrong with your kidneys. to accommodate all and : .
diseased kidneys frequently says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is On the Spot. :

'pose Vak.break down of the entire sys"ia. my best earthly friend. It cured me HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: : i Ho Opiate Absolutely Harmless .

DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder of asthma six years ago. It has also 1.The young folks with their small savings. t All Druggists 10. 15.. ui M,
relief weak kid- performed a wonderful cure of In- ,_
Mi afford prompt % 2.-The breadv inner 4 for Sal_ By
striving to accumulate a fundto
ill backache Inflammation of thebladder wife. The first bottle ended the ter-
sad all urinary troubles. rible cough and this accomplished, procure a horn, or a competency for old age. i The City Pharmacy :
3.-The well-to-do for the convenience
Said by City Pharmacy. d* the other symptoms left one by one afforded and LIVE 04K. FLA. -
until she was perfectly well. Dr. the income provided. i

f I" Oily one out of every twenty-five I King's New Discovery's power over i 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. ; 11-23-trwi-vi. .

'JEBitrants New York coughs and colds is simply marvelous. -
who land at
." THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak :
uses to the Southern States. Won- No other remedy has ever Florida

ier abets all the 'others go to run equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar' . .. . . . . . . . . . . ... THOMPSOiN & WARRENDrays 1
clay & Groover, 50c and
mtasrasI1 or peanut stands druggista. and Delivery Wagons.
$1.00. Trice bttle free. d-w
Furniture and Lumber
moving
For a cold or a cough take Ken-
ttift Laxative Cough Syrup. It is The cable announces that the Hauling Specialties.

tetter than any other cough remedy Pince of Asturia has a fair complexion STOVE WOOD 1

leasae its laxative principle assures I blue eyes and a strong voice.
-,healthy copious action of the I Why not bring him to America and Any length delivered to any part

levels and at the same it heals ir- make him a baseball rooter? of city promptly. Give us your
tfUtttoa of the bowels and at the
MM Urn it heals irritation of the If You IXm't business Phone 55.

ftraat, strengthens the bronchial succeed the first time use Herbine

feta sad allays animation of the and you will get instant relief. The
MOBS membrane. Contains Honey greatest liver regulator. A positive vra. res :H. J. MORRIS.

ad Tar, pleasant to take. Children cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia Contractor and Builder
ate it. Conforms to the National Malaria Chills and all liver com-

hri food aad Drug Law Cold by plaints. Mr.
Gt7 Pharmacy, dbilker"To writes: "My wife has been using Her- specifications.Office .
bine for herself and children for five
\ on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing.
don't seem to be years. It is a sure cure for constipa- PURELY VEGETABLE

= any about you failure In tion and malaria fever, which is substantiated
Pyker "Oh. no; that's by what it has done for ---COMPOUND-
.*.*C Un things I have turned over my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug I .-.-. J Ittbttt44tttm, +.e

te d,creditors." Co. a-w UUIL&LI CURES 81A.CONSTIPATION MALARIA.CHILLS DY.ftE a4*. .i DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR,

ALL UVER COMPLAINTS.
Do You Love An Irishman was suddenly struck A GUARANTEED CURE for all &SMSM produced by I, VETERINARY.
'1** baby? Ton wonder why he by a golf ball. "Are you hurt?" TORPID LiVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle purchased i
didn't t today. may Ian you a a>ck spell tomorrow.CU1ED Solicits
:: Bty a bottle of White's Cream asked the player. "Why yon your patronageOffice
*U a and he will never cry. get out of the way?" "An', why at residence Phone (3 rings) 148
I. OP CHILLS AND rEVEl APTEB 111111111 II 11111111111 MfrChamberlain's
babies have worms, and the should I get out of the way? asked
**k..i doat know it. White's Pat. "I didn't know there were and ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

thua Termlfiue rids the child of assassins around 'here." "But I call- 8rs. W. A. VTaitewell E-ory, Tex..
tee writes: "My child had dulls sad fever
M4 the "and
cleans ed 'fore. said player
out its In
system
for four years. We tried all.kinds of :
emu..". Every mother should when I say 'tore: that is a sign foi medicines aad finally.acqaaataace of .'
JM Vottle of this medicine in the you to get out of the way." "Oh ii mine recommended Her1 ia.. W* sued ,,
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With It, fear need never enter Is, is it?" said Pat "Well, thin three bottles, and the child is aow coift Ctfc, Cis era &; Dunta Remedy
1'I pl teiy curM. Yea hue pcrauauoa
Price Uc whin I say 'foive.' it is a sign that you my
: Sold by 8u. to publish this testimonial a* I cheerfully Altaoet
has needof
*>n* Co. d-w. are going to get hit on the nose recommend Herbine t. all mother every fata3y
; Foive." having children afflicted as mime." a reliable remedy for eerie or
f use U16S BOTTLE. Sfta lET TU tEIOnxlDAIURD cLzrbea at some ho.* dig the
eyes are
generally the
'mom..... CURES ALL SKIN TROUBLES. year.
.r.1. and SNOW LINIMENT CD.
..,. next to those are This i remedy k recommendedby
j ST. LOUIS. U. S. A deler who have sold it for '
for
Sulphur the Accepted Remedy
1'- many yean and know its value.
.
a Handred Years ..
< ***'t fag Alimony -t' It ha> received thcuincU ofteataonials
'!to Te.. Sulphur is one of the greatest SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY from
41 weed grateful people.It .
5.yin d, .. from your -PPead remedies nature ever gave to man. Suwannee Drug Company. has been prescribed by physicians -
occasion for
It If skin
r> bowels yc.u Every physician knows it cures with the most satisfactoryresults.
( : regular with nr ,,and blood troubles. HANCOCK'S -
s Xe. Life
.. atlt Pilla. Their actlo LIQUID SULPHUR enables you to It has often saved life before
'pies to that the appendix never get t1.efull- benefit in most convenient BOTTLED... :. :._ .: ; medicine could have been sent for .

daatee IRate the least cornDarclay form. Don't take sulphur *" or a physician summoned.

b, A "tablets" or "wafers," or powdered It only cotta a quarter. Can.
Cl1t&,
4 ZS cent. Try sulphur in molasses. HANCOCK'S 5 you afford to nail so much for so
dw4oU LIQUID SULPHUR is pleasant to I rude> BUY IT NOW
take and perfect in Its action. Druggists V .
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a. Iittie busy the.eacb sell It.

.. IlLhlll1C hour A well known citizen of Danville
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IS ALWAYS
a ABSOLUTELY PURE
4a4 bump apoa himself Pa., writes: "I have had an aggra KILL THE COUCH

mks e11 blooming flower. vated case of Eczema for over twen- AND"'CURE THE LUNGS
Look for the Coca-Cola Crowneand Label
ty-five rears. I have used seven 50..1cent ) and you are z
'" guaranteed the best drink of Coca-Cola oatainable. Ihs
I. Joyce, lit SulUvan battles of the LIQUID SULPHUR proportionate ingredients are always exactly correct, insuring WITH Dr.
St.
"- H.. writes OINTMENT, and now I feel aa thoughI you a good uniform drink all the time; no over King'sNew
L :1t0
l : "About had a brand new pair of hands It sweetening under carbonating or poor mixing to contend
s>LIIMY CI.I'4t two bottles of has cured me and I am certain it will with. Call for the bottled product always, and keep your
It refrigerator stocked. Bottled and Discovery
Ica- cured me of guaranteed by the
t* cure anyone if they persist in using

1 ..,.- :.4hac.kldnel certainly troubl of HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR according Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling C_ o. FOR COUCHS flee Ruaa

gad to directions. Trig. Bottle free
reeoe' medicine" and I "BUTLER EDGAR." JACKSONVILLE FLA AND ALL THROAT LUNGTROUBLES.
11It..
City Phar GUARANTEED 8ATIS7ACXOAT

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8 LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATvaBAY.Df3Y.3 ,. .

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Ad11tion.l l' Local BaptistTYoeDg Peopled Union. I ,'''_U.'. "...' tI"t t" "J.."", ,'_'u".n" I_ j! J:

r"y.. ,1,1; c Leader- .sal Addle'May Rook. I

Mrs. R.. F, Rogers.. of Wellborn. Is 'I' Subject ?YSihle ,Storftt. MeetingEpfieslans. -i SlE aGB

visitingfriends here today.aq bI. '' J. J"e, I M;' :
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: 'l\'tb-i.'j\: lp-Suaoiity : w 39&s. t ..... ? r!'; -V ..
t, Epi1esians I l>
2. t Scripture ,.reading > jii!;
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ii Y'I'igti School Commence 2:1-10.3-. Prayer.f ". ,., .. -. j Bookkeeping, Actual Business Pry ;r
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Ext'l'dseoe-l Ser- 4. Song. Banking-
:? Stenography.TypWrit
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r vices Sunday, May 10, 19O7 5. Reading on the lesson by leader .<

in the Auditorium; (see Quarterly. ,v .; ing, Telegraphy Penmanship -
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E 'rpeessoaal-"O. Be Joyful In the 6. Paper, The Temple of.Diana-* and'Common Eng.

7. Solo-Miss Edna Blume.
-Choir. lish Branches at the -:
---Rev. J. F, Ford. 8. Questions on the lesson. '
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9. Song. :., : Well Known
; -"Coronation" Congrega- 1
.. 10. -Koll calL ... a. .

Lesson-Rev. H. Dutill. 11. Offering., ? ,_. _

t 'The Lord is my Llght.- '12. Song.-. ; ,: 7_;v SOUTHERN USINESSCOLI.EIiE. t YEtd; Y
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Rie Porter and Ada Mae Rob- Benediction.. "\ Z --.. 5_. >
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'* ANNOUNCEMENT
I -ReT. E. W. Way. Death at Wellborn. The object of this leaflet Is to: announcer tb: '4. L
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-"Ye That Stand In the o'clock of special courses for summer work, that are shout
Wellborn. May 18.-At 5 ,
: of the Lord"--Choir. this morning. Mrs: B. M. Silas the and interesting and to call attention 7OuaCj.
-Rev. J. T. Butler. who are about completing'th. -
) esteemed wife of Dr.-M. Silas, of this women ta4Jea ia: .,QQ
-Congregation. town passed'way after an Illness of schools and also those who have not had the':adnjttas tl

f -Rev. Curtis Grubb. several weeks from a complication of common English training to the advantages of -oar Ca&2
In preparing for.tuseful and profitable employment .
troubles. She was a faithful wife 11
L BUILDING AND '
Methodist Church. and mother and a noble Christian EQUIPMENT

*{ lady being a consistent member of The College building Is conveniently located ia ai.
\ preaching at the: morning hour the Baptist church. of the thriving city of Live 'Oakcorners Ohio'AtthU;
ft account of the services at the Conner Street. The halls are well :
'k i She leaves a devoted husband and lightest cool aa41
Tie Sunday-school will equipped for the class of work done Irijthe
: two small children to mourn her loss. best.lasiaq u
at 9:30 instead of 9:45 as us- Commercial colleges In the United
; ; Besides a mother sister and brother. States. '" -i

Mrs. Lee. J, E. J. Lee and Miss TIME REQUIRED 'i
League at 2:30. p. m.
League at 3:30 p. m. Minnie Lee who,were all present and I The time required to graduate varies ,according i
: at her bedside when death came. The and one's '
application aptness general capabilities bit jl
service and sermon at 7:36 m
: ( Everybody welcome. body will be Interred tomorrow morn- average the Business and, Banking course may be tom

:. ing at 10:30 at Wellborn cemetery. under our methods in from 12 to 20 weeks white for Steq

1 Epworth League. raphy and Typewriting. Telegraphy and Railroad

{ Mrs R. H. Haddock. Leader. Notice to Our Customers.We and Special English Training the time Is some less. .

that SCHOOL SESSIONS. -
are pleased-to announce
"Stewards of Grace.
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs We have sessions both day and evenings dariaj thte
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Song-League,
t colds and lung troubles is not affected summer. The day session Is from 8:00 a. nv, tilt t:.. :
Psalms for responsive reading,
by the National Pure Food and and the evening sessiog .from.. 7:30 to 9:30 Oa <--
xlvil and xlviii.
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Prayer Drug law as It contains no opiates or Wednesday and Friday e''JJlflptudenta may enter' .

t- other harmful drugs and we recom- session any time during ,thes.w* or month and find nfid
Roll call each member answer
mend, it as a sar remedy for children classes. 1
to his name with
appropriate pas-
i, : and adults. City Pharmacy d-w. MANAGEMENT.The .
from the Bible. :
t Song-League: .k management of the Southern Business CoUq i

Bible references. Orange. Prospects.. Improving.A vested In the President assisted by a competent Prtadp .
other instructors. Our discipline Is Inclined to be m24, -
.
t Leader's talk. few weeks ago it was freely pre-
f Short talks hr others. dicted that thiSj season's.orange crop positive and we have often interested "unruly" boll sadi !

.*l Prayer.:> ,,k.l".- and have secured the very best of results. We expect
in this section 'mould be .jpractlcallj,
t ." Song.*I" Vu ,<*}'< nil, as it was thought> (feat, snoujd. student tin fc&xeutlemanly; and ladylike; and treat then

League' ben dfcdon.) m the raja now .come it wouldbe .t
cordial invitation is extended: to later J91' the treeji_f.o bloomy t ;is ,'ea-, t,i.-. f BACKWARD STUDENTS. ]

!. to be present at our devotional 1 son. -. nj cc..C. i If yon are not up In the common English bructa, e

F Since the ,local showers; began a and join us. We have a special course for you that eorenfian

few weeks ago.,however,,public,opinion ground thoroughly. Our teachers being specialists we vsfsA j

'. Presbyterian Church.. on this subject has undergone a plish a great deal more in a given time than la other Ktaaj
f decided Is Besides such a courSe Is the best to for kSgkf
account of the commencement change, and It now prac- prepare you l

.t at the Auditorium tomorrow, tically certain,th>itwe, will have some work In the College. :*

will be oranges and should favorable seasons 'FACL'"LTY. 4
r'r no preaching In the
",. At night the Rev. E. W. come, fronxpow.: }pn. we will have Our faculty Is composed of experienced men sad wsatj

of Fernandina. will preach at a fairly good crop. who have been trained in the best colleges u: Otis eoKSQ

; '&, jocv .. .W never a good rain.thaaatyen! for their line of work. They are TEACHERS In every teasel

& school at :30p. m, the orange trees_are.now white wijh the word patient. painstaking and helpful, no student WJ l

l- meeting Wednesday night. bloom and the lair is scented with too backward to receive that Individual attention which astudy

*_ 'one Is cordially invited.St. heir perfume giving promise of,an pleasure. and not a task.
abundant harvest:'of golden apples, i POSITIONS.

r Luke's Church. unless the drought continues and Wel1lTariably secure positions as bookkeepers tnte*;j

causes the trees to shed the fruit.- bookkeepers bank clerks stenography and telegraph penas

/. of the Holy Commun Kissimmee Valley. Gazette. with the leading firms or corporations for our gn&tabts.
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t- at St. Luke's church tomorrow at students
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a. m. Two second hand buggies for Through our Employment Bureau located la: LIft Oak IJIl

as we go to press we learn sale cheap. Come early If you want Tampa. Florida we have many more calls than w. cu-

will be no services. at the the pick. J. B. Barton & Co.. H. L. cessfully fill Every graduate,,has 'been through oar bJBSV
church tomorrow, on ac' Campbell manager. successfully placed into profitable employment Ti. *s*

of Rev. Grubb being called to Is Increasing at a rapid rate and prospective ifcjdeatiMr*

to conduct funeral services of sure of finding suitable places after completing eonrst kst
Downer. BURTONS TO LIVE OAK.
"- BUSINESS COURSE. j
F This c q;se:Comprises Bookkeeping Actual Bashes'* ]
w Advent Christian Charch. Left Thursday to Make the West tlce and Banking Commercial Arithmetic. Spelling and t.

; at 10 a. m. Florida City Their Future Home. Penmanship. Practical Grammar Letter Writing ui I8
account of the commencement
Elegant diplomas conferred together with a rem
t at the Auditorium at 11 a. After a residence of many years in tion to some responsible firm upon successfully eons3*

there fill be no morning service. this city during which time they the course.

f pastor will preach at 7:45 p. have endeared themselves to many STENOGRAPHY.This .
His subject will be. "The Thief
friends J. J. Burton and family left course has for its object a training for the dated
the Cross.
Thursday for Live Oak which city stenographer. The branches include Shorthand
will be a baptism at the
r service. they will make their future home. (use of machine free) Penmanship. Spelling Capes
and Punctuation English Grammar Filing and O> r :
cordial Invitation to all to wor Mr. Burton intended originally; togo *
Students of this department often go-out to take a l"
with to Waycoss. which he
us Sunday night. declared to before n' *"**.
; graduating. In which however
be one of the best cities in South case
diploma afterwards.
At Baptist Church. west Georgia but later decided not
: TELEGRAPHY.. '
, to leave Florida and selected Live
account of Mr. Ridley's absence Oak. Good operators are in constant demand It **Wit

. the city, tbere will be no preach purpose of training successful :Dora 1/1
: Friends of this estimable young men as rf
family
services at the Baptist church to this department bra
and equipped.
was organized
regret very much to se them leave
but* the Sunday. school will but wish them much success and study is more Interesting than telegraphY.
at 9:45 as usual. '
Spelling 'with'thi&
good health in their new home.- Penmanship etc.. are taken along
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; Sunbeams ,
at 3 p. m.
Gainesville Sun. ENGLISH TlUn.XG. 0;
f B. Y. P. U.. at 6:45 p. m. To those whose early education has Dees .-

are invited to attend. who want to weourse.
get a fair English education.
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Ira J, Carter will have charge i6nnIDDNEYam:; All the branches are taught In the most E '

,. i Mr. Ridley's Sunday-school class. 101I.01. s'Ni.."'i a..... tlliOdiP Riga manner and often young people have acquire a f tzP1I.:t

. I in a.few months. Reading. Spelling AritfiB*"* J
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ship etc., are taught In this course.
VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
r. TUITION. .
1 We issue Scholarships which cover any COOT*

tbe College as follows
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f PARK Single Five Months Scholarship . ... . ..... It'

Single Life Scholarship ..._ . . .... . ....... 0I
-W T DOWN UN THE SUWAMEE R'VER" Double Six Months Scholarship. . eo .... ..... 0

.:, Springs Hotel and Cottages Double Life Scholarship.PROPOSITION.. . . . .... .. ....It, -


AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. COCO BED*. RUNNING; For $88 we will furnished board and ttt
WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES TELEGRAPH AND department four months. bif
CONNECTIONS.. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS. For u .
100.00 and
ETC
: r 17..ILESFROMLlVEOAK.ONLIVEOAKPERR'f we will furnish board :...

: TES, REASONABLE: ., J' IOULF.; CO i tP11A LJyEgggw1TMAlLTUN' VTJfsPftf-mfat; five, %jrthsr Or fern $)0.WIboacdian4ftbit .t
j .' QQ. in two 4*
stay departments
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