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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 20, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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From the
news : Great Sermon and Contained Food
TimesginGer
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of Sessionj C .
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May %O.-The
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icnsation of this legislatures The baccalaureate sermon preach-
? Ant } TAKES
jot-connected directly or in- .c va e 1T! ea.by: Rev. E.W.Way of Fernandina,

-',.with the investigation of the at the Auditorium yesterday wu one

_d Improvement Board was the of.thel best heard here In years e -'

-.. the floor of the house yes-

'already deferred io in these did ..not".rake. the skies in search

f,; when Mr... MacWilliams of for thought but buckled down to old !

a, charged the majority cau- time theology applicable to this day

discriminating against meas- and age, and captivated his congre-
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ored by himself and certain e s yoiMV.'YES' gation. Rev. Dntill Introduced the

a tfc and senators. distinguished divine, and opened the

r.representatives of' the caucus which Mr. rt,1A \ services. Mr. Way took for his text

i aLLc jd4 the eighth verse of the third chap-
i said fit to designate as +
term firsttea ter of St. John, which reads: "BeholdI
i ore,Day: Club, a
have set before thee
door
an open ,
4 number of negro organwiiich
throughout and no man can shut it" He por-
flourished
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tayed in glowing terms the prospectsand
belt of one or two South-
advantages of the graduatingclass
_i several years ago, having '
p-.nm: for their primary object STILL HUNT OF THE ANANIAS CLUB. rFru.h and illustrated the fallacy pf

and = in St.Louis chasing rainbows for advancement
dlwa current for some time Post-DispatclL

R,-es;.the.inside knew. under_____ the, I .I L profit or preferment.
School life does not end studies he
confidence two weeks ago
GRADUATING EXERCISES L'EXGLB IN TROUBLE. Circuit Court Procedings. said. The term "commencement" r
tto majority wing' of the house I I ...
was truly appropriate. The grad-
waded themselves together to Circuit court convened this morn-
Governor Requests that Court Con uates from that minute' commence
the Auditorium Pro
At
Tonight-
tU passage of certain legisla- ing, after a week-end recess from
tinue Cases Against Him. life without further tuition,.and they
i favored. The '
eh they pre-
gram. Tallahassee, May 20. Sheriff Friday morning. Taking up the docket perfect their own distines, in a busi-
meeting was attended by '
InvocationRevHoward DutilL Wyatt, of Manatee county, Is in the as scheduled, the,first case ,was ness way socially and otherwise.
more than a dozen mem-
tween twelve and eighteen Chorus--"The Maypole" Warner. city to arrest" and carry Claude that of the State. vs. W, R. Jenkins, When one finishes school, he or she

Essay "Woman's Influence"-Miss L'Engletolradentown; ,to stand trial commences life,,and only the tuition
;S grand jury, and arranger I charged...with the murder of W- H.i iI
-' :Blanche Wolfe. for criminal libel.Governor" IIi school and at home inspires them _
made for the first meet-
Starling who was killed recently
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r Broward, for some, reason with right doing. Diplomas are
tW "permanent organization; Essay-"Jefferson Davis the Hero '
> ... is taking an active part In this at McAlpin. simply a stepping stone to something ;

._'t pardamentary' term, which :;of.the Confederac-Mr. Romero matter and has wiredhe Judge requesting I A special_ venire had ben previously higher and better.- They show to the
aded by some thirty mem-
Seeley. a continuance of the cases world that the holders thereof have j1
sammoned for this case. and the
leis result'of this was the in- '
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i Chorus-"Who Knows What the against the defendant. I submitted to discipline which is the
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t of the Farris resolution regular second week venire was exhausted ,
Bells Say"-Parker. Claude L'Engle was:under bond to groundwork of our' Republic and
the house members of the
+ ns and of the
a goodly portion
appear at the presen term of court"In i have accomplished In learning all -
enittee investigating the In- 'Annuai'AddreSs Hon. S. M. I
Manatee county but failed to put in special before a jury was empaneled.Up that was required of them. As a
Improvement Fund to hold
Sparkman. an appearance and his bond was to the time of going to press this matter of fact a diploma of this i
ions. it has been at
so said
4 '{ From that day to the present Quartette "Loves Old Sweet estreated. The sheriff.: is. now here afternoon, no progress had been made character is like apples of gold in

Song." atteIt.L'Engle. '.: pictures of silver. It certifies to -
'1 Ith of the caucus has been on'het'case any further than em-
Presentation of the Hillman Medal This, cas4'Is being watched with honor integrity, fidelity and virtue-
and it now represents with paneling the'jury. The firm of Carter -
considerable
interest on account of all the characteristicea God
or man
t titular attendants at the -Mr.. L. E. Roberson. .
: con- .
and McCollom are representingthe
the action of the governor alter ask- expect.
and those on the outside Presentation of the Helvenston i
ing In his message for a strict libellaw. defendant and Col. L. E. Roberson Dr. Way very vividly Illustrated
tsully vote with the majority Medal-Mr. I. J. Carter. '
his personal exoerience in the climbing
tat will assist the state In the pro- a
are not allied definitely
Presentation of the Cook Prize- secution.A of the Statute of Liberty onBedloe's
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Before Day Club in the
hood 'of two-thirds of the Mr. F. W. Butler. SPECIAL; )IESSAG great deal of interest has been Island in'New York harbor,

I .f representatives. Chorus--"Bright Ire Each Face"Donizetti. : manifested in this case and the and compared the same to the 'advancement -

charged the Governor Broward Sends Special Message court room has been nearly filled durIng of those attending school.
on floor of the
Saturday and Presentation of Diplomas-The to Senate. the day, The case will hardly go At the first attempt he hurledly
practically admlt-
while the "Before Day Club" Principal.. Tallahassee. May 20.-Governor the jury before tomorrow sometime climbed the stairs and was In -l

holding forth in the city hall Benediction-Rev. J. F. Ford. Broward has sent a special messageto at least not before a late hour to- ecstacies of delight. However be-
fore he had reached 200 feet of the '
'S night.
the senate urging some changesin
:.' p BL,,D adjournment.
Jeluro--Dame. the assessment law. This action 400.he had to climb, he looked back- '
caecus has, been held in the
+ *_ Tell ,,:which some of the Miss Rita DeMuro and Dr. Geo. A. i was made necessary by the late de- New England Changing.This ward, and wondered how he had progressed

Dame two popular people of cision of Judge the so rapidly, but he was tired
ea participate who were said young i Swayne declaring year for the first time sincein '
Inverness married Tuesday at law yet determined to reach the uppermost -'
been the special objects of were present unconstitutionaL The 1S20 Maine became a member of

.of the majority caucus. The the home of the bride's parents. Mr. | message was referred to the committee the family of states, her governor will step. He did so, and as he .

___, and_ gazed upon New Yprk harbor he felt
tliit appears tQ be that and Mrs. Geo. W. DeMuro. J u nn_ finance tazation_ not issue a fast day proclamation, a
that his efforts had
ben
are nor elements In'the"house The bride Is the accomplished, By a very close vote the public formal notification that a day had crowned

of popular county judge J printing bill, which caused much with success and that he had been
S lt together on the outside for daughter our so been set apart for "public humiliation '
)ene!!: and Mrs. Geo. W. DeMuro and her!I excitement In the house Saturday fasting and prayer" and Invit- amply repaid for the tiresome ascent.

*tgorowlr discussed by'mem- many friends in this county wish her'a was advanced this morning to third I'' ing the people to assemble on that He very appropriately applied this occurrence
to the
St the."Before Day:Club"' .that long and happy marled life. reading by a close vote. day in their houses of worship to in- pupil seeking an ed-
ucation and it
was one of the best
1e Itn.' "for'any Individual The groom is a prominent young .I voke the divine blessing on the lab- illustrations
other or Inverness and enjoys THE ALCOHOL REVOLUTION.A we ever heard. When
physician ,
'tactlon.. They declare 1: ors of the husbandmen and give them the is
ascent made the pupil enters
the esteem and confidence of all who
merely a conference Sort of Second Emancipation Act I in the fall, an abundant harvest says into practical life; and is himself 6V
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w OpeDll-and..above board know him. j for the Country. The Washlngthon Post. That Pilgrim herself, a being who Is expected to
msw of The happy couple left on the noon
good t custom for
legislation was many a
and. train for Homerville, Ga., where they Now that denatured alcohol has I year know' right from wrong, and becomea
C or personal nature is observed in all the New England
been relieved of the enormous tax of I shining example In the community.
will visit the doctor's parents. They
Accepting states but the fervor of its observ-
as true the internal revenue it Is to be of Rev. Way dilated'upon the text
will their
their make
: !Dt comic? as it does from on return, ance long ago began to abate. Some
that "Christ
infinite value to the farmer if we Is the Door to Knowledge -
.of ?5oogaized home at Inve-rness.--Crystal River years ago Massachusetts abolished .
integrity' are to believe Day Allen Wiley's arti- and In..an. earnest effort in this
News.
!*sot the monstrosity that ; fast day and set up patriots' day
direction undoubtedly Impressed :
cle In Appleton's The author says:
&fIIeu Mrs. Dame Miss Rita DeMuro, .
at:flrrt glance to the nee T April 19. or Lexington and Concord '
many youthful minds. He did
"Curiously enough It was partly to not
was the guest of Mrs. J. F. Sherwood
1 day. In Maine, for at least 70
defray the expenses of the Civil War I years direct his sermon to older people, for
&by-mQ in this city a few months ago and .
a that,with a leg- that there has been much more of playing that would have been .
abolishing slavery alcohol was unapproprlate.
5lp made friends here who join in
0k4 many ball than of "public-humiliation "
,tolely '
of d mo- and unnecessary for
How this but few
4th literally placed In bondage. were
, the wishing this popular and happy
exception or fasting and prayer" on fast day. The
: Mr. Pet- step has crippled the progress of the there. He:,Illustrated the power of
ailzi couple a pleasant journey throughlife.
who-is a legislature of 1907 abolished the
' membt'ln God and infinite
faith
in
United States may be understood prayer by
t *ft1si of,. tie "Before ancient custom and followed Massachusetts -
tlbat Day when It Is known that In 1861, priorto noting an Instance of one of the best
a
sad caucus i, entirely out: widely in their views upon public the enforcement of the revenue tax in making April 19 a holiday scientists of this country who when
I .that. ail There Is little left of the Pilgrim '
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\ doh legislating. questions as widely as if they be- we were using over 30,000,000 gal- questioned as to his success In life,

'jai Oh 4b.. floor with longed to different parties on manyof lons, although our population at that institutions except the best of said: "I do nothing, or attempt any-
'
etbee aU. sio e the the, issues, and that it is necessary time was but 32000000. Had the them all, the town-meeting, which' thing without first asking God to
1 1at1lre originated in the cabin of'the May- "
a : with the for the supporters of certain farmer and the manufacturer been direct me. There Is a big sermon

1 >>trtr. .aze aU of the same measures to settle minor differences permitted the free use of the liquid flower. In those thirteen words, but 'we are
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S IC af' also thatagainst amongst themselves and go upon the except as a beverage today our consumption not In a position to preach on the
ene:factIOn The Florida legislature will ad- ..
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:: question Mr.
.fder floor organized as a unit In favor of would doubtless have been Way contended that
. tla journ Friday, May 31st.
sad'n.ague well for the the more Important principles involved more than ten times this quantity, graduates of a High School, by dip '

-oi. iTP4tnlty pf the -especially in the present for Germany alone makes over 100.- law. There ia good reason for calling lomas,. possessed' the best of credin- 1

_'a f \ bard. it may be case. since only.two weeks of then''000,000 gallons year largely for the law" which at last gives ,us free tials,- and were entitled to all honors -i

.. ttJ, a lec1s1= regular session remain'with:scores.Off['JadUstrial purposes, also tenfold more alcviorfor our',industries,.the secondact that could'be- bestowed upon' them. '

S.1" theIDembers ounsively of. important bills on the'calenders,.audit thanrwe have manufactured annually of emancipation,'for it Is in truth Truel. ": some.. "may. 'fair'. from. ,. grace, but :;.

differ is feared that many will dl& there.. under the oppression of the revenue a*release from bondage." "'I. (Continued on page eight) ,


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CROf EXTRAVAGANCE sion was shaved down to $17,000. to the command. Florida!' Live Oak Gary

The committee appointed to visit has only two regiments," he explain ,

I and inspect the drainage work at ed. "The adjutants general of Maine r

Lauderdale made a very favorable re- and of Mississippi never attend the !
THE STATE SENATE REALIZES
THAT ECONOMY MUST PREVAIL port on the work already accomplished. meetings of the National Guard, and : Equipped for repairing t ?,,

.-v at these meeting I rank everything"he I Autos. A full supply of Gasoline oat

The house continues to have fun continued, ,"and it is frequently a : Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines

at the expense of the Internal Improvement source of great embarrassment i! Also sell the well known Columbia \ A
when I rank
especially officers of the

WANT GOPHERS PROJECTED i mittee. The Fund whole investigating thing is assum-com- regular army. Several years ago I I tery. Switches, Spark Coils atdkept' }

ing the proportions of a collossal accompanied the governor to Cuba. in stock. Exclusive agentIii

General Wood, general of Cuba, is Savill
joke; a committee having been ap- Vulcanizing WorksJackso

Prominent Politicians and Prospec-I pointed to investigate the investigating only a brigadier general-and I act- Sample of this work can be seen,
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ually ranked him. The matter could
tive Candidates Gather committee, and it is proposed to
only be adjusted by a constitutional
State CapitalBy appoint a commitee to investigate the
committee appointed to investigatethe amendment and as it would carry no j FOR LIVERYThe Ii

investigating committee and so appropriation. General Foster is' :

ad finitum. hopeful of Its adoption. Favorite Reo Touring Car used-
( Miss Jefferson Bell.) They are-all here this week. Senator -'= for
The measure proposed for the protection Livery seating capacity fi|,
Tallahassee. May 16.-The cry of I Mallory Congressman Lamar, :
of gophers has occupied the
extravagance and the bug-a-boo of no Con'gressman parkman former
minds of the Escambia delegationand T. AL CHASTAIN
available money and possibly the feel i Senator Pasco former Congressman
judging from reports of Pensa-
ing that the capital removal question| Robert W Davis and Charles Dough -
cola is held by the people of that end
should first be settled, if such a thingis erty Frank Hough and Gad Bryan. Gas Engineer FZO
of Florida to be the paramount Issue.
possible before more money is put All are men who have played a con _
Gopher soup gopher gumbo and
into state buildings here have puta spicuous part in Florida affairs.
gopher stew are favorite dishes with i
quietus on the question of additions | Of these several, like Caesar are
the epicures of that exclusive place j I
or an annex to the statehouse. The ambitious men. Senator Mallory
and gophers are frequently quoted at i
senate suddenly waked up Tuesday to ;I wishes to continue in office Congressman -
ten dollars per dozen in the markets
the realization of the fact that unless Sparkman has been accused of
with a demand far in excess of the I
is exercised there would be a
care aspiring to succeed Mallory Lamar
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supply. Even Senator Xeel chairman i
deficit instead of the surplus carriedby I'!of course intends to hold on to what
of the senate committee on state affairs -
Treasurer Knott. Senator Adams he has; Davis has not entirely freed
got gay in making a report on
said on the floor of the senate a few himself from the desire to be
gover-
Senator Beard's gopher bill said
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days ago "With the, bills already "After due consideration we find I nor of Florida and Pasco In his old
passed and pending we are far in age is nursing a like ambition.
that the gopher is not only the
among
excess of the income of the state. The I learn that Dennette
oldest inhabitants of the state but Mays of
constitution prohibits the issuing of :Monticello will 0
probably be a candi-
also one of the oldest In the world; IV
bonds or the borrowing of money by date for governor again. If
sacred history informing us that at first
the state; therefore the only thing you don't succeed is favorite
a
Noah's ark was built of gopher say
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that can be done if the legislature wood." ing of Mr :Mays and he certainly is

passes all the pending appropriation I persistent Mr. Lamar retains his
bills will be to put the state on a "When our state was first settled citizenship in Jefferson
county and
scrip basis and assess higher taxes in hundreds of years ago gophers were with Pasco and Mays both aspirantsfor
not only considered as one of the
order to meet the deficit. The Com
tile'governor's
chair from
that
! ptroller's report shows that the state's finest dishes of food, but they were
county, and Ed Bailey yet to hear Your Physician
.l income from all sources is $1,678- also used as a medium ol change in ,
from
t- 434.63. The fixed expenses that the ,i Pensacola and St. Augustine. We that deyghtful we may expect old Sleepy lively times Hollow In, Will Prescribe Red RocK

state is obliged to meet amount toG furthermore find although consider- known Monticello.. 1
1248698.63 leaving only $429.- ing his great age and usefulness this 1 if he does as many others do who know merzta
, 698,63 available. The various bills is the first movement that has ever It has been endorsed by hundreds of samtpw *

t passed or pending ask for appropriations been made looking to his protection Wonderful Eczema Cure. thousands of physicians and myriads of of**
throughout the the Greatest
of $1,106,700 or $677,700 more and we unanimously recommend that "Our little boy had eczema for five Temperance Beverages.country as It relieves indite0

n than the state has or can get without this bill do pass." years," writes N. A. Adams, Henrietta and dyspepsia and never causes co'

increased levy of taxes. In. the Although his shoulders are excep- Pa. "Two of our home doctors Say RED ROCK! Say it PLAIN1

light of these facts there was much tionally broad Adjutant General Fos- said the case was hopeless, his lungs | Sold everywhere In larpand amaH bottle*erfc s fl*
point in the provisions in the third ter raises his voice In protest againstthe being affected We then employed from original bottle

? house bills making appropriationsfrom burdensome rank he carried as other doctors, but no benefit resulted. The Red Rock_ Co., Jacksonville,Fit .
"any money in the treasury, one of the hereditaments of his office By chance we read about Electric

not yet spoken for." The constitution confers upon Bitters; bought a bottle and soon

The senate remains fixed in its the adjutant general of Florida the nticed improvement. We continuedthis

; determination to pass no franchisetax rank of major general. Two other medicine until several bottles

bill, no uniform text book bill. In states Maine and Mississippi give the were used, when our boy was completely -
the house the county treasurers escaped same rank to this official. The us- cured." Best of all blood '

Mr. Matthews' tomahawk while ual ran of an adjutant general is medicines and body building health

Mr. Melton's bill making an additional brigadier general. General Foster tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &' DEM..o.
appropriation of $25,000 to com asks that his rank be lowered to this Groover Drug Store. SOc. d-w. ADVERTISE IN THEr r







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Drug Store(Barclay A.: Groover)No 16. feel sure we can give you the
.i Cfealr Factory recently estab- Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test, satisfaction. There Is an
i a&acksonville,Is turning out'Ut Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, BROOME greatest added stiffness and a glorious gloss
to 300 chairs every day. Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. M.E. ,put upon our work that enhances*e
l Is shipping to points In Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overalls I pppearance and lengthens the life of
:Georgia'and Alabama and sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. :your linen. Bring your Shirts Col-
-the lucky
16 Cuba and the Bahama Islands II lars, Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
-tothe LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.
New England States. Fancy Vests Wash Ties etc., to our
$1.00: $1.25 and $1.50Per Will practice attention in given aH the to court Conveyances of the State.Collection Special I I I I Laundry, and you will have them
The Life Insurance of Renta.to. Etc. All business promptly attended 1 1I quickly and carefuly done In a satis-
141*has'started the i. public to pair. We are the Florida salesman. Watch for KOTABT PUBUC STATB:AT LAKG I I factory manner at a satisfactory
The wonderful success that I price..
.1'met Ballard'i Horehound Syrup something next week. I -
'. crusade on Coughs Influenza I M. DIXON,
ltig and all Pulmonary troub- L. II Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE .

"'%t:of iu this started wonderful the-public preparation.to thlnk- Live Oak Brokerage & Commission DENTIST. 139.

__ are MI uSing It. Join the pro- ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE
o and down with sickness. WORK. : SPECIALTIES.T. .
e4c! lie SQe and $100. Sold by
.YUee Dna: Co d.w. ,
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-h'dge Jones of the United States NOTICETo Practical I
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Montgomery has granted
'. aary Injunctions In favor of:1laba1na WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, CUREWILL
: railroad restraining the Contractors and Prospective Builders: 35 year's experienceGood
itom enforcing the freight and stock of Watches always oft hand.

";fr'.. ger lature.rates establish.The fight d Is on.by the I THE LIVE: OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. CURE YOU
I of any case of Kidney or
!'hta Tour Loon nw not been pro- will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand WALL PAPERWhen Bladder disease that is not

' .1 ti de4 the entire system is Plaster, Laths'and all kinds of Brick. beyond the reach of medi-
the .
tatI TOUr needs same help. proportion.'ooh Kodol For I OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. cine. Take it at once. Do

tstios and DYPepsia>> not only in need of nice wall pa- not risk having Bright's Dis-

:! ic1=what bd Ion ids eat strength. It tony to the the I The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I III per call on H. H. PETTY, at ease or Diabetes There is

..491lodl. Na_kei iich pure'blood.t. I I CLINTON& MEHCS tdARKfT.VoLmIfONEYA.'mTAR. I nothing gained by delay.
onna_to the National Pure'La1r. I I II yr L
-d, : Sold by City I! 50c., and $1.00 Bottles.
&.>Y d* | REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
Daily Democrat I[ City Pharmacy.
for the .
Oa'it--loc a week., Subscribe axes CcM ; Pr I+h PIJiPG a

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- LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT
In Oak, Fla.. May 7, 1907.
When an error appears a newspaper -
.Published every Afternoon Notice Is here T given that wtZi
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< Except Sunday. tgoreiorf less'ado ski de".ab_ ut. pOyeandcitizens
"tax
0d111g1
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- :.;p {; .. ; the rfnderslgned
It,. according to:Its magnitude. If it of the territory ttf be:Known .llO apPTedat;

- J. F. SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'gr. is of small Importance the perpetrator as the Rixford Special Tax School
district will present to the Board of
is ridiculed. Sometimes it is, of In .
Entered at the Postomce Live Oak, Public Instruction first Tuesday ;
a more serious nature and may cause requestion that a Clothing
k Florida., as Second Class Mall Mat- June petition
ter. November 7, 1905. some trouble. It is seldom discovered special election be called for the pur-
Tax
before it Is too late to correct it, pose, of establishing a Special x
THE LIYE OAK PUBLISHING COMPABY. 'Is vexed School -districtlas set up in the following reason .pii
aad,nobody so by Its appear- 'petition desiring to become a (

ance as he who is responsible for it. Special Tax Schoor district for the

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be The editor Is under a constant purpose of levying and collecting a
mailed to any part of the United district school tax for the exclusiveuse
strain to keep the compositors sup- ,',
States, postage prepair, for $5.00 of the public free-schools with- -
plied with copy. The latter have to
per year; $.50 for six months; in the district and of which said dis-
do their level best to fill the columns set
- boundaries are herein
$1.5 for three months, or 50 cents trict the
for five weeks In .advance. De- with type. So many different subjects out towit: Commencing at the

livered to any part of the city, by must be treated, so many names mentioned southwest corner of Section 11, Town-
of Range 13 east run-
2 south
ship ,
carrier, for: 10 cents pet week so many corrections of copy ning from thence north one-half mile

from outside: persons and the work thence west dne mileto -do
to section line We have to be prepared to
done Jn such a hurry that errors de- section line; thence north onehalfmile
continue
Home raised vegetables things well and this applies to
spite ail vigilance, must creep in oc- to section line; thence west one
plentiful bn the Live Oak market. corner of Section everything. For instance, Roberts
mile to southwest
Yet under the circumstances
casionally. -
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4; thence north three miles to north- Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.
'Y A. population of 10,000 for Live it is a wonder that these.are west corner 'of Section 28, Township have six big specialty factories

Oak.. capital or no capital, is what we not more' frequent and It must be 1. south of Range 13 east; thence capacity of 40,000
with a daily
are pulling for now. admitted that printers have keen eyes east one mile to section line; thence
Y north along section line to Suwan- pairs. They employ expert
and clear heads.Don't .
Prospects were never better,in Su- nee river; thence eastward along the workmen, use the best material
wannee. county for a bountiful har- be hard on the newspaperman Suwannee river to section line be- in all their shoes, and the latest
when you find an error. You tween Sections 21 and 22. Township
t' vest. Corn and cotton are lookingfine. and best machinery is used.
'. may be sure that it was not allowedto 1, south of Range 14 east; thence
knowingly. You will south to township line: thence weston They are prepared to make good
appear
say township line one-half mile; shoes, that's why"STAR: BRAND,
A Denver man threw dynamite in that books and magizlnes are free thence south one mile to section line; SHOES ARE BETTER." One
from such defects; and why shouldnot thence west one-half mile to section "
the fire to see what would happen.He of 'their .shoes, the "QUAKER,
newspapers be? But with the line; thence south .one mile; thence.
learned but is not yet in a con- former publications more time can west one-half mile; thence south one- I for women, at $3.00 is the best

dition to tell. half mile; thence west one mile and shoe for the money we can
be taken to and discover
prevent errors -
one-half to 'range line between The Star on the heel, and ftnd.1
whereas the force in a newspaper Ranges 13 and 14; thence north
The heading in Kansas woven
a paper "QUAKER"
word
_ office is always racing against along range line one-half mile;
i reads: "The Women Are Up In time. If it were not for this hurry thence west two miles to south- silk In the facing are guaranteesthat I

Arms." But, why make it so prom- west corner. of Section 11, Town- I the "QUAKER" is honestly
your paper would be more costly nor
inent, if they are satisfied? ship two south of Range 13 east to : constructed and win satisfy.
would it
appear with regularity.
point of beginning:
them and "WALKON
I Think of that when you find a mistake E. R. Wise J. W. Mikell J. S. Come see
At *last accounts although peace in a newspaper.-Exchange.. Mikell T. A. Mikell, A. W. Win- STARS."
reigns Nicaragua and Honduras were I burn F. C. Murphy J. M. Williams. The best woman in the world

both red in the face and exchanging I P. H. Lewis. P. S. Mikell A. M. could not make good bread if

epithets not found in Sunday-school I RISE IN SOUTHERN FARM VAL Lewis J. F. Howell. C. A. Johnson she didn't have good flour. The
I UES. C. H. Brinson, J. L. Haddock. J. T. !
literature. I I Mikles J. O. Oliver O. C. Allison. best woman In the world could- If you are, YO as
(From Manufacturers' Record May 9 R. J. Allen,,,. H. Burnett J. T. n't make good better if she did-

; A New Englander has been ad- The rise in value of all farmlands : Ward, W.,R,Driver, G. W. Allison n't hare the right kind of milkto expecting to see Bslfl,
will continue as long there exists I R. W. Allison J. M. HInglan. J. P.
judged insane for riding on top of a as churn. Neither could the cartel:
Doliymple, J. C. Skeen. interest you in ,,
the
telling in
argument such a fact
railroad coach. Perhaps he prefer- I best woman in the world make j&fji

= red to roll off rather than to be mash- that with a net value of farm prod- Notice Of Special Tax School Election good cake if she used salt for and varied stock of SPK-&,

ed to death when the crash came. ucts upon the capital invested of 25 Branford District No. 4.

They sometime, have wrecks up in per cent, in tbe South and. 16.2 percent ,In accordance with Chapter 4678 sugar. new clothing for

New England.At in the whole country, it is seen and the school laws of Florida') an Summer which in st1rtJ
that for every dollar 'received the election will be held in Branford .

Hazlehurst, Ga., a county Immigration farmers of the whole country'on the \1 SpecialSchool uzlvotingplacggn.. District,.9r,' ,.' at the and assortment Is OB is

1' society has been organized. capital invested Southern 'farmers; Tuesday;Jane, llth. A.'D. U 07''. that shown by tie l
Officers have been elected and they received one dollar and a half. But
this is not the to elect trustees to serve for i DOWLING mM [R.&
are in shape to do good work. Such only strong point in the succeeding two years, and to 'determine ingestablishments of i'

'- : an organization could do, a great the case. The Intensely cold wintersof the 1maxlmum number of haven\

work for Suwannee county.In the North make out-of-door work mills of district school tax to be levied City. If you

impossible for several months of the for'each of said years this
Spring to
the last issue of his School Exponent >ear. They add largely to the cost W. Vernon, E. D. Blanchardand see '
NAVAL l STORES 1 R[
R. A. 1
Tom McBeath. probably the of keeping live-stock and to family and N.Ivey H. are Green appointed clerk. Inspectors value we offer in .

learding educator of the state, says: expenses for fuel and heavy clothing.The Done by orfer'of Board of Public :;

"The schools are responsible for mild weather of the South ena- Instruction of Sawanaee County Fla.J. .

more physical wrecks and more bles the farmer to work 12 months In E. WOOD. E. R.'WISE ,a.
Sec'y and Supt.., Chairman.
drawfed manhood and womanhoodthan live-stock raising to a minimum, as 'COMPANY r MIC"AIfS.j

are; the factories." This is a !! cattle can find good grazing for a Notice Of Special Tax School Election

most unusual and certainly a most large part of the year; it makes the Intraville District No.' 10. z j

radical satement. but we are not so fuel bill for farmers an inconsiderable In accordance' with Chapter 4678 BOWLING PARK, FLA.

sure that it is not a truthful one. item and it obviates the necessity and the school laws of Florida an

When you consider the "cramming of heavy clothing and many oth- Special election Tax will be School held District in Luraville, at the . . . . . . fiNE cLoi'i$

process" which now holds sway in er expenses absolutely necessary in usual voting place on

nearly all the schools and the all cold countries. Thus the South- Tuesday June-llth. A. D. 1907. Notice Of Special Tax School Election ;;.,]i!

crowded poorly lighted and poorly ern farmers' capital in 1900 not only to elect three trustees to serve for Midway District No. t I. _{Jlillj

ventilated condition of many of them yielded to them a dollar and a half the succeeding'two years, and to de- In accordance with Chapter 4678 shouldn'UdayJs
termine the maximum number of and the school laws of Florida, an You
it is quite likely that Prof. McBeathis for every dollar returned to the farm-
mills of district school tax to be levied election will be held in Midway Spec-
is not far wrong in his conclusion. ers of the whole country by their capital for each of said years.T. ial Tax School District at the usual other day., Yoscatj!

but. added to this, there I. G. F. Gamble '
Pensacola Journal. was a McIntosh andC. voting place on -ctleanywhere
difference in the cost of living, whichis S. LeFever. are appointed inspec- equal of the ,_
tors and L. M. BallenUne clerk. Tuesday June llth A. D. 1907.
There must be something stimulat- so great that it must command in tam +&.iti'j
Done by order of Board of Public to elect three trustees to serve for
ing to the energies In the atmospheerof wide attention as It becomes more Instruction of Suwannee County. Fla.J. the succeeding two years, and to de- ask.-11
than
we
Live Oak, or the stimulous may fully understood. E. WOOD. E. R. ,WISE. termine the maximum number of more

be the same itself for business men Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. mills of district school tax to be levied high-grade, dejpeing'anluptothe

in that hustling city seem to be trulylive" Live Oak claims a population of for each of said years.G. .
Notice Of Special Tax School Election H. Dorman, J. A. DeBerry andJ. rials:faultlessia cut
men.' The Democrat says of 7.000 or thereabouts. An important O'Brien District No. 3. V. Brown are appointed inspectorsand .

'a "recent venture: "Live Oak capitalIs election was recently held for state' In accordance with Chapter 4678 W. K. Horn, clerk. -

to operate the large saw and plan- senator and there were polled in Live and the school laws of Florida, an Done by order of Board of Public

leg mill at Odessa and will build andeperate Oak for this office 139 votes. Either election will be held at O'Brien Special Instruction of Suwannee County Fla.J vanc 1 fashion 7< ||s'
Tax E. WOOD. E. R. WISE ,
School District at the usual
a line of railroad from their Live Oak has a less population than
place onTuesday Sec'y and Supt. Chairman selection of pl1, .
mill to Tampa. This road will pass she claims or manifests very little' J
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June 11th, A. D. 1907.
through 'a fine section of country interest in the selection of a good ma- to elect three trustees to serve for NOTICE. $25.00 with eve17' ..4PennanenUAti3f

and will control a good :passenger terial for an important public office. the succeeding two years and to de- Notice Is hereby given that the

and freight traffic. The men who -OCala Banner. Whether Live Oak' termine the maximum number of undersigned -administrator of the -

bought this has the population she claims mills of district school tax to be levied Estate of J. A. Adams will
property and interestedin or not, for each of said years.J. deceased, you goth::1)est) ....
it are all Live Oak men,' and there is no questioning her prosperity'. W. Barnes; J. H. Flemming and on Monday the first day of July j ;

among the most successful businessmen since the green-e>ed moster was vot-, T. Williams, are appointed inspectors 1907 present his vouchers receiptsand at the price you- paid.

and financiers in this state.* ed out of Suwannee county.-Yolusia i and Rufus Griffin, clerk. report of and for the Estate of '

Odessa Is on the Atlantic Coast Line County Record. Live Oak has more' Done by order of Board of Public J. A. Adams, deceased, and thereupon ...1

In Pasco county and some twenty than 7.000 population but Frank' Instruction.: E. WOOD.of Suwannee E. County R. WISE Fla.J. apply for his final discharge aa' Smart :Spring ts$3iOO :

miles north of Tampa. Times-Union. Harris will never believe it until 'ie Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. administrator of the said estate.

has counted the last one of them. J. H. WETHERINGTON
Notice Of Special Tax School Election
President: Lincoln,# in a re- Hou-ton District No. 8. 2-1-6m Administrator. !
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cent address to Florida public school Senator Foraker of Ohio sometimes In accordance with Chapter 467S t tO

teachers' In discussing 'the value of known as "Fire-alarm Joe," and the school laws of Florida an GUARDIAN. NOTICE. ,
election will be held in Houston Notice.. is hereby
Spec- given that
truth
teachers uttered this : "Whatare lived up to his reputation when he
ial Tax School District at the usual sixty days after the first publication
your worth to the school? That is chucked a life-sized bomshell into voting place on of this notice I, "as guardian of. and

a fair question. Your value can the Ohio political camp, blowing all Tuesday Jane 11th, A. I). 1907. for the estate of Haffie Louise Strip- Clothes made

not be measured by ,what you know. the feathers off the dove of peace to elect three trustees to serve for ling, a minor, will make my annual in handsome g J tt

Lots of bad people can pass exam- and scattering harmony to the four the succeeding two years and to determine report and vouchers of said Guard- tailored to S1S

inations and they are not worth a sections of the State. Senator For- the maximum number of ianship to the Honorable J. N. Con-
mills of district school tax to be levied nor, County Judge, at his office In the their shapeb
,copper. On the contrary many a aker repudiated emphatically that he i city of Live Oak else
fir each of said )'ears.J. Florida, and will at that sell!
noble soul who would make good as was party to any compromise in theSenatorialPresidentialPrimary H. Long. 8, W. Kennedy and J. I said time ask for a final discharge values

teacher, and be a positive blessingto fight M Knight are anointed: Inspectorsand i from said guardianship. to $10.50, herein

the children can not pass the ex- now raging out there between him- Epstein OHff clerk. Guardian J. N. STRIPLING ment of attractive
Done by order of Board of Public i for Haffie Louise Stripling
amination. Character will give you self and Secretary Taft. Mr. For-
Instruction of Suwannee County Fla to$7.50.
value. No other authority in the aker wants it known that he is for J. E. WOOD, E. R WISE. Rumor bas It that

world like the authority of character. -I war first last, and all the time. In Sec'y and Supt. Chairman; Frank Adams
I ,13,thinking of entering jBUTLER
weak..words this crusade on the Administration Disturbed the the, race for : -
., ,Eat that..tack of Congregation i J J Ve Th4\ed Stales '

} *'End the- senior Senator from Ohio seem last Sunday continuitycoughing Beard
'with Ability by
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that preparation will: be .In the contest also. it'
good health and your have the, combination ingly wants it understood that he! is requested to buy a bottle three are 'fn 'the race Jhese
there
that ,works miracles."-Miami neither expects quarter no*'will give of Foley's Honey and Tar City Phar- quite will be
I any. macy."A" 'At: 4 ** an. Interesting 'time next cam- i
Metropolis. d.w. .= iENS' 4U
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, of live Oak and Suwannee : We all know that :Merchandise in every line is steadily advancing and REAL. Bargains. are.- ."'

tr. scarce.
j'" the Democrat
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( Reporter : We are c :constantly the look out for specials, (where'the quality is first-class) and always give V

ICouDt1 :'l.\j, .,}, "'*" our customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while theylast.: ( .
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, .yesterday:* ,1T. ininiiiiiiii
'tn reHere r* i v : HANDKERCHIEFS. Shirt Waists at less than cost of ma- Skirts .,,-. r. .... ...6Oc, to $goo r

1Ii'aDtto'sell see), M. Bailey : 25 doz. Embroidered. 50c to 75c teral. See the values at. 98c :
Corset Covers
you .. .23c to '...;;0
!Bceased auctioneer He sells.'thtng'trpm : values at three for . .$1.OO Latest Winsor Ties Brown Plaids, '
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Chemise eo. ... ... .98c to $:...SO:
: 2d z. Embroidered, 35c to 50c each . . eo eo. . 25c ,
:t-- to Drawers .. . .
a lawn mover a 35c to 92.OO
fair. values, each at. . . 25c Fans each . .3c, lOc and 25c -
bowl at St. Luke :
: -_ : 25 doz. Embroidered and Lace lOc White Wash Skirts, eachO.c to $2J>O 10 per cent discount this week only. J
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St.'take! Fair opens at 4 p. m., : values, each at. . . 5c .-- -
I Long Silk Gloves and ::
Mitts
everybody come.y' per
; $' a1: Please ,. Muslin Underwear made of best ;
'+ __ i Sample Hand Bags at wholesale quality Cambric and Nainsook, cat' .palr.---.. .. .5Oc to $1.75 i

KL Dr..' Ruter left today 'for : prices . . 5Oc to $1.75 extra full. a 500 doz. Pear, Buttons 2 dozen 1
to visit relatives and :
,pl ': White Wash Belts, each. . lOc Gowns . . . ,6Oc to '''.00 for . .. .. eo. eo. 3c
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9,nrsday. : THE LADIES' EMPORIUM 1

I''. llfth City_Band will'play at the +: 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR i

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t Fred Hanford. of the Park was In the exercises at the Auditorium Treasurer Lord went to Tallahassee. Miss Sallie Taylor went to Monti-
M. Webb, of Lafayette was
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this morning en route home here ,yesterday..A. I I yesterday special mention is due to today. cello this morning to be maid of
here .
, the bluett sung by Misses Rye Porter honor at the marriage of
from Lee Station. A. Davis, of Lakeland was here ,
and Ada :Mae: Roberson.
< These distinguished Judge Willis returned to Williston Miss Lintoa:: to :Mr.: Brickett. She will

Come prepared to treat your girl yesterday j jI I young ladies posses I today.Dr.. 1 be absent'a month or more.
I nificent voices a11d'acquitted mag-I
. T1Iesda1. Wednesday and Thursday Mrs. Katy Buss of Brooksville. I
selves admirably on, this A little Kodol
tawes
Bryan of Dowling Park was occasionaly
*-at the Auditorium. was here today. I
I, surmissed that we detected some of]I[ here today. especially after eating will relieve

line home-made candies Hylers' Chap. Tedder of Tampa; was hereon the musical training of Mrs. Dan I sour stomach belching and heart-

'i fcaey ca.d1es at Auditorium during business yesterday. :f. I Henry, formerly, of this city who has I I Frank, Nobles' returned Jto Brooks burn. J.,B. Jones of Newport Teno.,

l' the Luke Fair.All ,' the, ,sweetest voice' ,'ever heard. In ville today..... < says three bottles of Kodol cured him
\St. Miss Munroe Ferrell. -of Gainesville Uv,;Oak. .... 1J8 .' : I of dyspepsia. It Is sold here by City

, you want draying done .or a was here today. : : I"- } ) i' ."": I :\J.:,CYMangum':: spent Sunday with Pharmacy. .

frank carried to the depot. rightLtitek. I "Uncle" Wash Fletcher/one'bf Su- lip,family here.

phone 129. W.' N. Boatright. A. B. Goolsby went to O'Brien on 'Wanne 's proeperous farmers and sub- Messrs. Leslie and Harris seem to
r Ii a short visit yesterday. stantial citizens was in Perry last I Will Kennedy spent yesterday with be struck on Branford and left for

i"skating Tuesday night Instead of Monday morning &short while. It home folks' in Houston. that pace today. Both are good
"f WeclAead&T'at the. Auditorium. Ice Mrs. Wadsworth. of Mayo, was was his first visit to the place in I mechanics, and leaders In labor "

!Cream.. Sherbet and 'Cake served'on here.yesterday, en route to Lee. thirty yeara, and w&l et'he: ,has been : Miss Erne,Purvis, of Pinemount, is organizations, and perlap lacy are V ,
,ieipoLPeffumery.', hearing of the' growth -the place has reported seriously ill. branching out to spread their beliefs i

Mrs. Dr. Payne went to Pinemount made in the' ecentj past he was dIs-I and theories in that community. j

.. : Face Powders Cold yesterday on a visit to friends. posed to doubt somewhat until he I :Mrs. W. M. Drnggers of Alton. was 1

[Cream. Salve. Fancy Soaps etc.. at .came and saw for himself.-Perry I here today. For a cold or a cough take Ken- 1

.',Luke fair, 'Tt esday. Wednesday W. C. Starr of' Porter Station;:."HeraldProfoHatton/ ..." ,.' ned's Laxative Cough Syrup. It j
1 S r daT spent yesterday in4LIve Oak. 1 ,,'Mrs. CM. Williams of Alton was contains no opiates and gently moves

1-; .. ctd I president. of.'the i; in the city shopping today. tile bowels', thereby driving the cold
Gen W. Fletcher and little Ruby. Judge* Willis, of "TDowling Park Southern Business College, and also I entirely from the system. Conforms

i Of O'Brienfl'"who have been visitingselaureiazd returned from Valdosta yesterday. of the Tampa Business College re. I :Miss Effie Purvis of Pinemount is to the National Pure Food and Drug ,

f :friends here,.returned turned to Tampa Saturday after an I, reported seriously ill. I Law. Sold by City Pharmacy. a

I,"' ) terday: C. O. Saunders and little daughter. inspection of the college here. We | I
Thelma went to the Park yesterday. are Inclined to the opinion that Prof. I II Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly of Dow- 31y Best Fri id. ;

f A.mD-A" practical man who Hatton had ratherreslde in Live Oak i ling Park were here this morning. f Alexander Benton. who lives on

WdersUnds. the latest and best pro- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McGehee and I than Tampa, and that is where hUI I 'Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y..

.,MM. ( Unlng ieather. Address W. Mrs. Porter went to Levon this I superior ideas prevail. Live Oak is'' See tte new turn-over belts white says: "Dr. King's New' Discovery is

ttOtoog. Live Oak. Fla. morning. far ahead of Tampa as a residence and tan, at the Lad.es Emporium. :t my best earthly friend. It cured me
t.,: / of asthma six It has also
1 .. } .l [ portion of the state and Prof. Hat- years ago.
'o .E. Thompson of Lake City. DeWItt's Little Early Risers fam- ton ought to move his family here, See the new butler color'net., for performed a wonderful cure of inwife. -

-in tee of recognized ability ous little pills. Sold by City Phar and make Tampa a branch.At waists at the Ladies' Emp, rium. 29-3 The first bottle ended the ter-

J} 1js: terdav, f 1 ,route home macy. -I, McIntosh rible cough, and this accomplished
jom Perry and will TLotaas and Claude :: of the other symptoms left one by one.
return
probably I a meeting recently held H. H. '
went to Luraville here to attend com- until she was perfectly welL Dr.King's .
'tkt wife are
near future, and make Live J. D. Clinton and Taft, of Tifton Ga., was elected presi-
[Oik lit headquarters for a time. Branford yesterday to visit B. EMartin's dent of the Dowling Dumber Co.; J. mencement exercises. New Discovery's power over
family. co'tgbs and colds is simply marvelous 3
'" Lee Ensign was elected president oft
ev''J :Mr and Mrs H. W. Odom moved ." No other remedy has ever
preache fJl j and sung a e Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
.. at the Presbyterian church last Jack Taylor and Marvin Butler and R. L. Dowling vice-president of here from Branford today and will equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar
fiia preaching 'weft' went over to White Springs yester- make Live Oak thtir future hcme. clay & Groover druggists. 50c and
was reii both companies, and Mr. J. H Powell,
J$ ,' Margaret Stanley, charged with
45Ray 11.1 made many lasting Julf These gentlemen will continuethe
dt'.htJtl.e x 'will F. C. Caldwell who has been here selling liquor was held to criminal
Oak. and he almed .- policy that has been successful in
r.; ...De eIeq ,her*. .' several days on business, returned to building these properties and we may court in the sum of $300 today. GET OURCATALOG

Jasper yesterday. expect a continuance of their pros-
LOST-Watch fob heart charm
perIty.-Perry HeraldWedding. i
""'. G: H." Finder re-
initials
returned from with ,
Mrs. is!. J. Dickert
or Sal and wentto .. turn to W. G.. Hair and receive reward -
White Springs yesterday . .
Porter Station her home. It


Rev. A. Bond Sll his regular I: Prof. Dan Register principal of

YfD Belle church the High School of Perry spent last
AND UNIMPRDY DReal appointment at Mary
; next Satuday and Sunday. PresentsFOR night in the city a guest of R. E.

McNeill's family. We have just issueda

Mrs. S. R. Cohoom of Jacksonville complete 16
Ity state route to Por- THE Pain caused by boils, burns scalds page
was here yesterday en Catalog of our
and skin diseases Is promptly relievedby large
Mrs. H. M.
her sister
ter to visit BRIDES
F JUNE DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel stock of Books ,
Dickert.
Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City Bibles, Musical In-

t farms ftc.E Et DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills I Pharmacy. struments, Stationery ,

afford prompt relief for weak kid- O' those who choose and Novelties
... headache and urinary troublesSold tre; month of May. Just :Mr Ogden. who was for a time a
- ,.''t.' ........ J look in at our exquisite 'employed by the Suwannee Drug Co.,
iUsr by City Pharmacy. Diamond Rings.Pins Watches Broochesand : is now assisting: Granberg in dispensing Sent Free on Application

I cold drinks at the City Pharmacy -
t The choir at the Auditorium yesterday Bracelets, Etc. Everything I
YOUR
Jewelry. Our I
in
.. heardin
_r : was one of the best ever customers are .always Everything in our Line
PROPERTY Their voices were perfect -
our city. I
pleased.RADFORTh :Mrs D. O. Wilson who has been ,
and in harmony. The singers '
friends and relatives in
WITHUS. were D. E. Horn, A. E. Leslie, D. W visiting 'I
Gainesville was in the city today oa
Mclvane. W. R. \ ttleford '
Fred Butler \
\
1! home Lee
to
fcer.way
Mrs, D. G. B rdin. Mrs, .Sian-, / I
bey. Edna Blu.me. MissAllleBynuni I. "
>Miss ,
l[ In the case of the S'ate vs Robert
Miss Rye Porter Miss Ada KEy West charged with unlawfully! FLORIDA BOOK
Mae Roberson and Miss Sue Hemming The Jeweler l
( t [exhibiting a, pistol the defendantwas
with Mrs Efird presiding at
I
:.ClVE OAK. i i.A. ( acquitted in Judge Conner'sccurt
the organ. The'music Rendered could -. I this morning. lAND NEWS CO.r .
in- Room 3. not possibly be surpassed. .. .
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PRINTERS ERRORS.,
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRATPublished 4.
T. 1907
Fla.. May
When an error appears In a news- Live Oak.

Except every Suudar.J Afternoon. pi m n\orejorless'ado'Ts.. ode*-abonft ; she Notice Jjndersigned Is berebT;.tax given De-know the sated .fiO ft.ifiingst appreciates

according to its magnitude. It it citizens of the territory to
J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gr. Rlxford Special Tax School
Ii" of small importance the perpetrator as the Board of
to the
will present
is ridiculed. Sometimes it is of district In
Entered at the Postoffice Lire Oak. Public Instruction first Tuesday Clothing
Florida., as Second Class Mail Mat- a more serious nature and may cause June petition requestion that a at

ter. November T. 1905. some trouble. It is seldom discovered special election be called for the Tax

before it is too late to correct it. pose of establishing a Special
fol

THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING} CO PAJY. aujd,nobody. is so vexed by its appearance -, School'district petition-,.as desiring set up to in become the a p e

i as he who is responsible for It. Special Tax School district for the
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be 7Qfl
The editor is under a constant purpose of levying and collecting a
mailed to part of the United exclusiveuse
any strain to keep the compositors supplied district school tax: for the
States, postage prepalr, for $5.00 of the public free schools with
with The latter have to
per year; $2.50 for six months; copy. in the district and of which said district -
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents do their level best to fill the columns the boundaries are herein setout

for five weeks in .advance. De- with type. So many different subjects towit: Commencing at the

livered to any part 9f the city, by must be treated so many names mentioned southwest corner of Section 11. Town-

carrier for 10 cents per week so many corrections of copy ship 2, south of Range one-half 13 east. mileto run-
ning from thence north
from outside; persons and the work section liner thence west one mileto We have to be prepared to do ;

Home raised vegetables continue done-in such a hurry that errors de- section line; thence north one-half things well and this applies to
spite all vigilance must creep in oc mile to section line; thence west one '
plentiful on the Lire Oak market.A of Section everything. For instance, Rob- ,
mile to southwest corner
casionally. Yet. under the circumstances -
Rand Shoe a;.
three miles to north- Johnson &
4 thence north erts
population of 10,000 for Lire it is a wonder that these,are ; Township
28. factories
Section
,
west corner of have six big specialty
Oak. capital or no capital is what we not more frequent and it must be 1. south of Range 13 east; thence, of 4O.OOO
daily capacity
I with a
are pulling for now. admitted that printers have keen eyes east one mile to section line; thence I
and clear heads.Don't north along section line to Suwan- pairs. They employ expert
Prospects were never betterin Su- nee river; thence eastward along the workmen use the best material I

wannee county for a bountiful ,bar- be hard on the newspaperman Suwannee river to section line be- in all their shoes, and the latest

vest. Corn and cotton are lookingfine. when you find an error. You tween Sections 21 and 22. Township and best machinery is used. ;
may be sure that it was not allowedto 1. south of Range 14 east; thence
appear knowingly. You will say south to township line; thence west They are prepared to make good

on township line one-half mile; shoes, that's why"STAR: BRAND,
that books
apd magizines free
A Denver man threw dynamite in are thence south one mile to section line; SHOES ARE BETTER." One !
from such defects and why should ;
the fire to see what would happen.He thence west one-half mile to section of their shoes, the "QUAKER" ;
not newspapers be? But with the line; thence south one mile; tHence ; ;
learned but is not yet in con- the best
a is
former publications more time can west one-half mile; thence south one- < for women, at $3.00

dition to tell. be taken to prevent and discover er- half_mile_ ; -thence west..one mile. -and--- 1 t shoe for the money we can find. ;
one-ban to 'range ime DetWeen ; The Star on the heel and the T
rors, whereas the force in a newspaper Ranges 13 and 14; thence north If
The heading in a Kansas paper "QUAKER" woven with
office is always racing against along range line one-half mile; word .
reads: "The Women Are in
Up time. If it were not for this hurry thence west two miles to south- silk in the facing are guarantees I

Arms. But why make it so prominent your paper would be more costly west corner: of Section 11, Town that the "QUAKER" Is honestly
nor
if they are satisfied? would it with ship two south of Range 13 east to I constructed and win satisfy.
appear regularity.
point of beginning:
sAt .last, Think of that when you find a mis- E. R. Wise J. W. Mikell. J. S. Come see them and "WALK
accounts although
peace take in a newspaper.Exchange.RISE Mike!!. T. A. Mikell. A. W. Win- OX STARS." sdsiis so r i
reigns. Nicaragua and Honduras were burn, F. C. Murphy J. M. Williams The best woman in the world

both red in the face and exchanging IX SOL'"TUERSIDI P. H. Lewis. P. S. Mikell. A. M. could not make good bread If'
epithets not found in Sunday-school VALUES. Lewis. J. F. .Howell. C. A. Johnson. w 36
literature. i C. H. Brinson J. L. Haddock. J. T.Mikles. she didn't have good,flour. The

(From Manufacturers' Record J. O. Oliver. O. C. Allison best woman in the world could- : If you are, you can ease
May 9 R. J. Allen,,T. H. Burnett J. T. n't make good butter U she dId-
A New Englander haa. been ad- The rise In value of all farm lands :
Ward. W. R, Driver. G. W. Allison n't have the right kind of milk J expecting to see r&Bftjf;
judged insane for riding on top of a will continue as long as there exists I j JR.I W. Allison, J. M. HInglan. J. P. .;"-"ii$

railroad coach. Perhaps he prefer- the telling argument In such a fact I Doliymple. J. C. Skeen. to churn. Neither could the : interest you in oar tress
best woman in the world make
red to roll off rather than to be mash- that with a net value of farm prod-
!Notice Of Special Tax School Election good cake if she used salt for I:. and varied stock of spic-ojj
ed to death when the crash came. ucts upon the capital invested of 25 Branford District No, 4.

They sometime have wrecks up in per cent in the South and 16.2 percent .In accordance with Chapter 4678 sugar. : new clothing for Sjjris

New England.At in the whole country it is seen and the -school laws of ,Florida, an
that for every dollar received, by the election will be held In'JBranford Summer which in styles

Hazlehurst Ga.. a county Im- farmers of the whole i Special Tax School District at thei9ualuvoting.plac3 -::
country on the \I. .onor and assortment Is oa a pinthat
migration society has been organized. capital invested. Southern \f farmers ,

Officers have been elected and they received one dollar and a half. But Tuesday,June, llth, A.'D. 19O7. shown by the lead

are in shape to do good work. Such this is not the only strong point in to elect three' trustees to serve for I I DOWLING mM m. .&
establishments
an organization could do a great the case. The Intensely cold wintersof the succeeding the maximum two years, and number to determine of- of Net]

work for Suwannee county.In the North make out-of-door, work mills of district'school tax to be lev- City. If yon havea'tfcs

Impossible for several months of the ied for-eack' f said years

the last issue of his School Ex- jear. They add largely to the cost W. G., yeraon; E. D. Blanchard this Spring to see the,
of keeping live-stock and R. A. Ivey are appointed Inspectors .NAVAL l STORES[ .
ponent. Tom McBeath. probably the and to family and N. H. Green clerk. value we offer in 1.
learding educator of the expenses for fuel and -
state says: heavy clothing. Done by order of Board of Public :,

"The schools are responsible for The mild weather of the South enables Instruction? of St wanBee TAnntn Via. ..
__,_,_, __I__'. ____,__ _. the farmer J. E. WOOD. R..;- -:.;,
UlU VUJ'IUICa. WC II.S anu more to work 12 months in E. WISE,

drawfed manhood and womanhoodthan live-stock raising to a minimum, as Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. COMPANY r MICUAUS-S

are the factories." This is a cattle can find good grazing for a Notice Of Special Tax School Election I

most unusual and certainly a most large part of the year; It makes the LMraville District Xo.' 10. :

radical satement. but we are not so fuel bill for farmers an inconsiderable In accordance< with Chapter 4678 DOWL1NG PARK, FLA.

sure that it is not a truthful one. item, and it obviates the necessity and the school laws of Florida an

When you consider the "cramming of heavy clothing and many oth-' election Special Tax will be School held District in Luraville at the I. . I I I I II. . . . I

process" which now holds sway in er expenses absolutely necessary in! usual voting place on FINE CLOTIi

: nearly all the schools, and the all cold countries. Thus the South Tuesday June llth. A. D. 19O7. Notice Of Special Tax School Election

crowded poorly lighted and poorly ern farmers' capital in 1900 not only to elect three trustees to serve for Midway District No. 9. "C:

ventilated condition of many of them yielded to them a dollar and a half the succeeding'two years, and to de- 'In accordance with Chapter 467S

it is quite likely that Prof. McBeathis for every dollar returned to the farm- termine the maximum number of and the school laws of Florida., an You shouldn't deal| jgi|
mills of
ers of the district school tax to be levied election will be held in
not far wrong in his conclusion. whole country by their Midway Spec
capital for each of said &
cea'tequal
years.T. ial Tax School other day. You
Pensacola Journal. but. added to this there was a I. McI tosh. G. F. Gamble and voting place on District at the usual a

difference in the cost of living, whichis C. S. LeFever, are appointed inspec- of this celebrate
There must be something stimulat- so great that it must command tors and L. M. Ballentlne clerk. Tuesday June llth. A. D. 1907.
wide Done by order of Board of Public to elect three anywhere in town Bndff ij
ing to the energies in the atmospheerof attention as it becomes more Instruction of Suwannee trustees to serve for
County Fla. the
Live Oak. or the stlmulous may fully understood. J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. succeeding the maximum two years and to determine more than we ask. Of #

be the same Itself for business men Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. mills of district school number of
tax to be levIed -
in that'bustling city seem to be truly Live Oak claims a population of for each of said years. high-grade, deDendahle ,_

3 '"live" men. The Democrat says of 7,000, or thereabouts. An important Notice Of Special" Tax School Election G. H. Dorman. J. A. DeBerry and rials/faultlessin' "
O'Brien District Xo. J. V.
a recent venture: "Live Oak capitalis election was recently held for state 3. Brown are appointed Inspectors "
In accordance with Chapter 467S and 'V. 11. Horn clerk.

is operate the large saw and plan- senator and there were polled in Live- and the.- o-.-*K/vrtl---- _1ow_n_. nl-. .L'i.ii-._....... __ dune Hw- AW-.-VA-*. .-.....*. .u D.a>VACU. U__ *..-.".. ing anivanced up-tio- 1
Ing mill at Odessa and will build and Oak for this office 139 votes. Either election will be held at O'Brien Specj j Instruction of Suwannee County.a rUDUC Fla.

operate a line of railroad from their Live Oak has a less population than ial Tax School. District at the usual J. E. WOOD E. R. WISE. fashiotf yon .

mill to Tampa. This road will pass she claims or manifests very little place onTuesday Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. selection of any

through 'a fine section of country interest in the selection of a good ma- June 11th. A. D. 1907.

and will control a good assenger terial for an important public office. to the elect succeeding three trustees,two to serve for Notice Is NOTICE. $25.00 with "every 'sss
years and to de- hereby given
that
and freight traffic. The men who -Ocala Banner. Whether Live Oak termine the maximum number of undersigned the satisfactions

bought this property and interestedin has the population she claims or not mills of district school tax to be lev- Estate of J. A.administrator of the permanent ayot -

it are all Live Oak men., andamoIl'g there is no questioning her prosperity ied for each of said years. on Adams deceased will 'got"the best val>3e
J.V.. Barnes J. H. Monday the first
the most since the ; Flemming and day of July
successful business
green-eyed
moster
was vot- T. C. 1907
men and financiers in this state' ed out of Suwannee county.-Volusia spectors,Williams and Rufus are Griffin appointed clerk. in- and report present of his vouchers receipts at the price you paid.
and
Odessa is on the Atlantic Coast Line County Record. Live Oak has more Done by order of Board of Public J. A. for the Estate of \

in Pasco county and some twenty than 7,000 population, but Instruction of Suwannee County Fla. Adams deceased and there- ,
miles Frank J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE upon apply for his final discharge : f h< north of Tampa.-Times-Union. has Harris will never believe it until he Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. administrator of the said estate. as Smart Spring foils
counted the
last one of them.
Notice Of Snecial J. H. .a
Tax WETHERINGTON.
School
President Lincoln Election
,Hully in a re-
cent address to Florida public schoolteachers I Senator Foraker of Ohio, some- In accordance Houston District with No. 8. 2-l-6m Administrator.
Chapter
467S to' $
U in discussing the, value of times known as "Fire-alarm Joe," and the school laws of Florida. an v GUARDIAN :NOTICE. $3,00

teachers uttered this truth; "What lived up to his reputation when he election will be held In Houston Spec- Notice is hereby given

are your worth to the school? That is chucked a life-sized bomshell into ial voting Tax School District at the usual sixty days after the first publication that
place
on of this
a fair question. Your value the Ohio political notice I, 'as guardian
can camp, blowing all for of, and
Tu-w.y"ulle 11th, A. D. the estate of tested
10O7.to Haffle
not be measured by what you know. the feathers off the dove of peace elect three ling Louise Strip Clothes made"of

Lots of bad people can pass examinations anij scattering harmony to the four the succeeding two trustees years to and serve to determine for report a and minor vouchers will make of my annual in handsome patterns,
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and they are not worth a sections of the State. Senator For- the maximum number of to the Honorable said. N.Guardianship tailored to resist west:

,copper. On the contrary many a aker repudiated emphatically that ne mills of district 'school tax to be levIed County Judge at his office Connor .perm3D .
in
foeach of said city of Live the their shapeliness *
noble soul who would make good as was party to any compromise in the years Oak. Florida and will
J. H. said time at el3ewhez'est
teacher and be a positive blessingto Senatorial-Presidential-Primary fight M. ; tne'are S'appointed"Kennedy inspector and J. from said ask for a final discharge values that sell
guardianship. great
the children can not pass the ex- now raging out there between himself -i and Epstein Oliff, clerk. J. N. to $10.50, here in a

amination. Character will give you and Secretary Taft. Mr. For Done by order of Board of Public Guardian for Haffle Louise STRIPLING ment of attrac vemode1sst
Instruction of Stripling.
value. No other authority in the aker wants it known that he is for J. E. Suwanaee County Fla.
WOOD. E. R. to$7.50.
world like the authority of character. war first last, and all the time. I 1i I Sec'y and Supt. Chairman.WISE Rumor bas it that Frank Adams I

.. Put that, hack of weak*,words this crusade on the Administration .1! Disturbed the Congregation 'is,thinking j I race tot
"and they become strong. "Uniie and its stalking-horse Secretary Taf\:V The person who: disturbed theU.-. ;;e fatted States senate against
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thatwith ability preparation] and thesenior. Senator from Ohio seem gregation last Sunday by .lory. U is l.leved'that John MaJ-

good health and you' have the com ingiy wants it understood that heij q i I coughing is requested to bay coatinnlly a bottle. will be in the contest also. if Beard'.theSe BUTLERjjENSOUj B R

bination that works miracles."-Miami neither expects quarter nor will give of Foley's Honey and Tar ,three pare fu the race there ,
'I City Ph&rimacy. will be
I I /4. ', quite
Metropolis. any. I >. dw, an. Interesting 'time next -
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THEY COME AND THEY I GOjL AThe Ladies Emporium, _

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Oak and Suwannee : We all know that Merchandise in every line is steadily advancing and REAL Bargains are '
iJve
,.. of -
County Gathered by the Democrat scarce.We

Reporter are constantly the look out for specials, (where the quality is first-class) and always. give

,- t.tJrCOUr customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while they'last,: .


E.t: Palmer and.wife yjt of Madison. ,.

''l..er; here yesterday;. -,. ILV\UXERCHIEFS.S3 Shirt Waists, at less than cost of material Skirts ., ..! ,. OJ' .....6Oc. to $8.00

low Want to sell see J. M. Bailey' doz. EmbroIdered 50c to 75c See the values at. 98c Corset Covers ._ . 23c to $1.50

-'..'')t_Aaased auctioneer.' He sells. values, at three for . .$1.00 Latest Winsor Ties Brown Plaids, Chemise' ... .. .. .. ..uSe to $21O

25 doz. Embroidered 35c each . . . . 23c '
S l.u from a lawn mover to a to 50c Drawers . . .33c to $..00
nl fair. values each at. . . -5c Fans, each . 5c, IOc and 23c -
est-gib bowl at St. Luke 10 per cent discount this week only.
25 doz. Embroidered and Lace lOc White Wash Skirts each9Sc to $r >O

Fair opens at 4 p. 'm.. values, each 2.t. . . 5c
f gt Lake Long Silk Gloves and Mitts per
t Please everybody come.-* i Muslin Underwear, made of beat .
Pair . _... . .5OC to $1.73
Sample Hand Bags at wholesale quality Cambric and Nainsook, cute
.
:, IIn. Dr. Ruter left today for prices . . . 5Oc to $1.73 extra full. 500 doz. Pear Buttons. 2 dozen .
to visit relatives and
boa .' White Wash Belts, each. . lOc Gowns . . . .6Oe to $-1.00 for . . . . . 3c
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.. flat felt matresses for sale at

'JWI4al Atfiiorinm, Tuesday Wednesday and T"HE LADIES EMPORIUM

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fifth City Band will' play at the 'PHONE 159 L, S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR i

t.Pttr.1Iet4a1.) Wednesday and Thurs.I ... II IliliMIIII III Ml II I millMlii IIMi It mi 1 inilllMIIII 1 I MlllllllillllllM minimum..

J ter.licit '!!!

If Web. Fred Hanford of the Park, was In the exercises at the Auditorium Treasurer Lord went to Tallahassee Miss: Sallie Taylor went to Monti-
..v. J 1L of Lafayette, was icre..yesterday. I yesterday special mention Is due to today. .. cello this morning to be maid ofLonor

Tae til morning en route home to the Bluett sung by Misses Rye Porter at the marriage of

I' from Le* Station. 4. A. Davis, of Lakeland, was here and Ada Mae Roberson. These distinguished I Judge Willis returned to Williston Miss LInton to Mr. Bnckett. She will

-"""* yesterday, I young ladies losses today. : be absent a month or more.
I Com prepared to treat your girl I nificent voices and' l.cqultted mag-j I _
Wednesday and Thursday Mrs.. Katy Buss, of Brooksville, I I I
l tHI4U. selves admirably on?this Dr. Bryan, of Dowling Park was A little Kodol tawes occasionalr.I .
VU Asditorlum.IUe was here today I surmissed that we detected some of here today. especially after eating will relieve

the musical training of Mrs. Dan I I II I sour stomach, belching and heartburn -
candles Hylera Chap. Tedder of Tampa, was hereon I
koine-made Henry this who .. J. B, Jones of Newport Teno..
has
Jilt r' formerly of city, Frank, Nobles returned Brooks- .
during business yesterday. I I I
caadtes at Auditorium II the V in says three bottles of Kodol cured him
I ,sweetest; Ice. ever heard, yule today .". I
..St Lake Fair. Miss Munroe Ferrell, of Gainesville Uve.Oik.; \ .... .' .,': I of dyspepsia. It is sold here by City
Sunday
\ JCMangum Pharmacy.
i with I I
was here today. ;; } : _
done or a 1 : (
want draylng ,
If yes "Uncle" Wash Fletcher.'one of Suwannee's -,, ijs,family here.
trim carried to the depot right Messrs. Leslie and Harris seem to
A. B. Goolsby went to O'Brien on prosperous farmers and substantial "
:likt I ,bon. 1!!. W. N. BoatrighUftatlac a short visit yesterday. citizens, was in Perry last Will Kennedy spent yesterday with be struck on Branford and left for

instead Monday morning &.short while. ItI I borne folks in Houston. that place: today. Both are good ....
Tuesday night oft mechanics and leaders '
labor
Mrs. Wadsworth, of btayro, was was his first visit tp the, place in ,. in
jMaesday at the Auditorium. Ice here yesterday, en route to Lee. thirty years and V\ilfo\ ::'he has been I 'Miss Effie.Purvis, of Pinemount, is organization, and perLap they are
Crna, Sherbet and Cake served onFcrtamery hearing of the growth the place has reported seriously ill. branching out to spread their beliefs
.. pot. and theories in that
: community.
.- .,_.___ Mrs. Dr. Payne went 10 Pinemount made in the srecen past, he was disposed -I
until he Mrs.Y.. M. Druggers, of Alton, was
)yesterday( on a visit to friends. to doubt somewhat .
Face Powders, Cold For cold take Ken-
tere today. a or a cough
came and for hlmself.-Perry
saw
.
tatas Sat,., Fancy Soaps, etc.. at Station: I nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It
of Porter :Herald:
W. C. Starr
I | Oak. 1
"
.. S1 rWar. spent yesterday InLive: 1 in the city shopping today. the bowels, thereby driving the cold
Prof-oHatton.; president o*>'the
entirely from the system. Conformsto
I .
etthet Judge Wlrtis, of Bowling Park, Business College and also
Southern
I CM W. little Ruby, Miss Effie Purvis of Pinemount, Is the National Pure Food and Drug
returned from Valdosta yesterday.C. of the Business College returned I
if VBrteafl 'wbo have been visiting, l Tampa reported seriously ill. Law. Sold by City Pharmacy. 3
I to Tampa Saturday, after an,
a4 here.returned
.r"Nlatlro friends! and little daughter, college here. We
/ O. Saunders inspection of the Best Friend.
I My
i Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly, of Dow-
Thelma, went to the Park yesterday. are inclined to the opinion that Prof. Alexander Benton, who lives on
here this morning.
ling Park, were
WAXTED-A practical man who Hatton had Father-reside in Live Oak I Rural Route 1, Fort Edward. N. Y..
Mrs. C. J. McGehee and and that is where hU
Mr. and than Tampa
:
U4muad the latest and best proC I I See the new turn-over belts, white says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is
'C a4:D f Uainc leather Address W. Mrs. Porter went to Levon this superior ideas prevail. Live Oak is'an and tan, at the Ladles' Emporium. Ot ray: best earthly friend. It cured me I
'fctrtnkt. Live Oak. Fla. morning. ahead of Tampa as a residence ./ I of asthma six years ago. It has also C
I of the state, and Prof. Hat- '
\1 ) \. portion See the new butler color net, foraalsts performed a wonderful eure of in-
;;.., ,__ E. Thompson of Lake City DeWitt's Little Early Risers, famous ton: ought ,to move his family here, at the Ladies' Emorlum.3 wife The first bottle ended the terrible -
stnWef of recognized ability little pills. Sold. by City Phar' I and make Tampa a branch i cough, and this accomplished,

u,Zits' yesterday, en route home macy. Thomas and Claude McIntosh, of : the other symptoms left one by one
-..* Perth. and will probably return 1 I At a meeting recently held H. H. Luraville, are here to attend com- I until sbe was perfectly welL Dr.
-l,"H sear future, and make Live J. D. Clinton and wife went to TIft, of Tifton. Ga.. was elected president mencement exercises. King's New Discovery's power over
IN Us headquarter for a time. Branford yesterday to visit B. E. of the Dowling umber Co.; J. co'igbs and colds is simply marvelous ;

Martin's family. I Lee Ensign was elected president of Mr and Mrs H. W. Odom moved ." No other remedy has ever

-. rat,. 'rfc'.r."preach aian'd sung ai tba Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad, here from Branford today, and will equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Barclay -

...i at the Presbyterian church. lashit Jack Taylor and Marvin Butler and R L. Dowling vice-president of make Live Oak their future hcme.Marearet & Groover, druggists. 50c and
ra. preaching] was weh' re- went over to White Springs yesterday both companies, and Mr J. H. Powell. $1.00. Tries bttle free. ci..w.

I,o Upwl i 1iQ his .singing waa,.superb to spend the Sabbath. treasurer of the Live Oak. Perry & C> Stanley' charged with I

;, t>'W.1 hM made many lasting ';ulf. These gentlemen will continue I selling liquor: was held to criminal
F. C. Caldwell, who has been here the policy that has been successful in of $300 today.
{; thdttBLlve Oak and he will alelcomed .- court in the sum GET OURCATALOG
business, returned to properties and we may
\f .here, several days on building these
.
t Jasper :jesterday. expect a continuance of their pros LOST-Watch fob, heart chare

perity.-Perry Herald. with initials, "W. G: H" Finder re-
:= .. ..r T motor..... returned. from .
--- receive reward -
Mrs. j>i J. u. cit 0- ... turn to ". G. Hair and
For"SEilel White Springs yesterday, and went, . u
" I, ,
her home. ;
to Porter Station
5 l WeddingPresents I Prof. Dan Register, principal of

Rev. A. Bond will fill his regular the High School of Perry, spent last

IIPftOYfD -UNIMPROVED appointment at Mary Belle church night in the city, a guest of R. E.

\ next Satuday and Sunday. McNeill's family. We have just issueda

k Mrs. S. R. Cohoom, of Jacksonville FOR THE Pain caused by boils, burns, scalds complete of 16 page

ply Real Estate( was here yesterday, en route to Porter and skin diseases is promptly relievedby Catalog our large

: to visit her sister Mrs. H. M JUNE BRIDES Dettitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel stock of Books ,

Dickert. Salve Good for piles. Sold by City Bibles, Musical In-

Pharmacy. struments, Stationery j
Kidney and Bladder Pills and Novelties '
farms DeWitt's
L Etc who choose
relief for weak kid O" those Mr Ogden who was for a timeemployed
Just
afford prompt tre month of May. ,
troubles.Sold Co.,
Drug
urinary Suwannee
headache and I look in at our exquisite by the
,. by City Pharmacy. Diamond Pins Brooches is now assisting Mr. Granberg in dispensing Sent Free on Application
1tST and Rings. Watches, cold drinks at the City Phar-
Bracelets, Etc. Everything I
choir at the Auditorium yesterday Our macI ). I
The Jewelry. in Line
"': YOUR was one of the best ever beard I customers in are always! Everything our J.l .

I f r PROPERTY in our city. Their voices were per- pleasedRADFORD. I Mrs D. O Wilson, who has been
The singers visiting friends and relatives In i
in harmony I
fect, and
WITH4u. were D. E. Horn A. E. Leslie. D. WMclvane : Gainesville was in. the city today 01I' l !i

US. ,. Fred Butler W. R. V,ille- : t bgr way home to Lee.
I B rdin, Mrs "
G.
D.
ford Mrs, idle
a Mlw. ] In the case of the Sate vs Robert
Edna Blume I FLORIDA BOOK
bey, Miss with unlawfullY! ;
Porter. Miss Ada i Key West charged
Bynum: Miss Rye and Miss Sue Hem The Jeweler 'exhibiting a pistol the defendant
Roberson i
Mae at 1 in Judge Conner's
ming, with Mrs., Efir presiding .LINE OAK fLA. was acquitted AND: NEWS CO.
the organ. The music rendered could 4I court this morning. .

.ding, Room 3. not possibly be surpassed. I


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Q LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. )IO "D.\.Y. )I.\.yo. 19O7- _


FLORIDA RAILWAY
CONFEDERATE VETERAN RE-


V'NION.Richmond Live Oak M'f'g. Co. CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON/SCHXBCLK.S. A, L.KT ANB A. t L. XT. .


Va. caxTiaL Isles.
asav nowx.


Tte Seaboard Air Line Railway Manufacturers of No.S No.L lea L_ _

announces low excursion rates from Dailygt amend
: STATIONS --
sal'Za.
Lights '
,. all Florida points made one cent per Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric I Dai17.

mile to Richmond. Va.. and return I

account of the Re-Union. Tickets on Power and Turpentine.
-
<>a&-._..
sale Mar 26. 27. 28. 29 and 30th. 1 ao m I ao pm L. UYi "-.Aw. SI'

The Seaboard operates double daily for Residenceor lso. m s4pmL. Port<< ..LY. .. '"IJ\'
Electric Lights in of the city furnished S
any part .. ,at
.
service from Tampa.. Jacksonville _St8kq
.,. L. -----L..
Electric Power- "" S ... P.. !
I" a. Lt I.
and other Florida points. Extra Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. r......... I
Lv -L
-----
Y.
and current-for manufacturing 8 10 a m S 56 p m z.4 a, -
through Pullman sleepers and day day night purposes. IIso
L...._._.......... Yirk1..ti "'x....
coaches hare been'arranged., so all s m 4 18 .m ..6 1"Az ('Jt

be made comfortable. ......'."... ..-.WDmarth.-----=---L..U. -'
411p-
may 140. "
attention LY wilco.-t6. ... -&. i'It
In order to allow their patrons to swam 4.5 :

visit the Jamestown Exposition.the We will give you "good prices on low grade ceiling and ', 10.ao. m m L._.:.."".LnraviU.Lura.ill..,....__..._".__ "

honor return
Seaboard will portionof flooring. Come and get our prices. Ar. _, WibDuth..................._?r.,,,,, :..:.
Richmond tickets from Ports- b1 s Ly WilmarUa--- _____h .-"
mouth. The total round trip rates ii 00 s m 420P' 0.6 'i'la
_0_W__.b..:."...-...... -Ilk
t from some of the Important points in September 30th. 1903. and approved (50) feet in width.Be 10 1. m C Ie p.. Lv.-- ------ u I Sia

.t Florida are as follows. October 6th. 1903. It Ordained by the :Mayor and 430..L..___. --.... ......-Norw.OL.._.- .r= 'UI"
1020. m tal
Y Be It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak, .... ...... 'Ir
Jacksonville . . . .$13.75 of Live Oak Florida: ices C"paAr. .Ka7o.- ------.I... ..I t
City Council of the City alp a
..
.... .h
f Lake City. . .. . .. 13.75 Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street In 1040 a Ly z.bIl Az._ _-.

Life Oak . . . . 13.75 Section la. That Section 1. See- the City of Live Oak Florida as it .0 5CI a .1- M --AJt.oL-.. ,Y. ,.-
tioa 2 and Section, 7 of Ordinance now stands be opened extended and Ly --Al A.z t -;:
Madison . . .. .. . 1400 side of O 5i
No. 16 of the CUr of Live Oak. established from the eastern _.... .. .Maya_. ._ [ 18caL'
L.
: Montlcello .. . . .. . 14.65 entitled Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet 05 a a Az. .---- -- --
ordinance
Florida.
being an ... I
Tallahassee . .. . 16.45 'An ordinance to prohibit the run- in width at right angles with said ii-7; a b --x. tlr.lU ,Il

i Gainesville . . . . 15.15 ning at large on the streets of the, Ohio avenue eastward to White streetin a) m 44fpm1'v !C:_rr --Af. t8tt

i Ocala . .. . . . 15.75 City of I.ive Oak. of horses mules. White's Addition to the boundaryof said Cityo L.. ......-.....<..._.'.yE e.d... .......-......"i..""h
Togs and goats, and to provide for Live Oar, the northern Z6 a 111 4 is p. fjUC6. !
Leesburg .. .. .. . ... 16.55 he impounding and disposing of the which said extension shall be a _.-........_.Askold. ... --
flan i
; Ta Tares . ... . . 16.70 same" approved October 6. 1903. be line drawn at right angles with Ohio a m'' t 10 p m vv 2: ... ....Lv ,l -.t

Apopka . . ... .. . 16.70 and the same are hereby amended soIlS avenue frem a point on the eastern 54 a b17pml 3yCb.rir. lOla tIIHe6

Orlando . ;. . .. 16.70 to read as follows: side of Ohio avenue directly of oppositeto Wilbur a m S27pmI'v gge_ '-Y. /I"a titj,
the northern bounadry
"Section 1. Horses mules hogs
Dade City .a. . . 17.05 and goats stall not be allowed to run street as it now stands running at 16. m iSiP..LY-F ; ay-----.L H 4t a il;.

f. Plant City . . ... 17.55 at large upon any of the streets alleys rlfht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 24 a m t, 43 .m Lv.---- _De 71rk-_......_.-L- s_.a I', ,

Tampa . . . . 17.55 lanes or unenclosed property of feet to White street in White's Addi- _-Perr7-- .. ... t
be City of Live Oak. and that cows tion in said City of Live Oak. Flo'-- uK as 560pmM -,, -- s of s IYA
h Manatee . . . .. 18.50 feet I
shall not be allowed'to at large ida. excepting therefrom three ,
t Palmetto . . . . 18.50 run the northern side of the
across :
upon any of the streets lanes or (d) Telecragh or Telephone Station.ea (D Flag Station (r) Register W BetaS ",
f Bradentown . ... . 18.50 public highways of the said City or Parshley family burial grounds, \ Station T. P. Atsros 3.p i F I
y .
r Sarasota .. . .. .. 18.70 other unenclosed premises within which is Included in said descriptionand WU8. Genera er Agent f
within the Iron fence inclosing,
the following boundary in said Cityof i
While these rates are announced
Live Oak. Florida, to-wit: said buriaL grounds.
; for the Confederate Veterans they Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation

open to the public. and First streets intersects and run-: proceedings shall be instituted in the OII!

The Seaboard have issued a very ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the City of Live Oak, in accordance Confederate Veterans Reullio
roll streets intersect thense east to with the provisions of the
t attractive and expensive folder de- 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

.L of this folder and other Informa- east on John street to Church street the provisions of Section 1 of
RICHMOND VIRGINIA
;- tion can be obtained on application thence south on Church street to corporation this Ordinance. j
: line, thence east on corporation Section III. That this ordinance.:
L to any Seaboard agent or to line to White street thence shall take effect upon Its passage b.*

; S. C. DOYLSTOX. Jr., north on White street to Howard the Council and approved by the to JUNE 3rd 190?-
-
Assistant General Passenger Agent, street. thence east on Howard streetto Major or upon its becoming an MAY 30th,1 ,
ordnance without the of th3 ,
: Jacksonville Fla. a point opposite Georgia avenue approval
t hence north to and along Georgia 'ola'or. -

t' avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Alderman F. Ion VIA
Bridges Brothers have 175 acres Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and passed by City

in watermelons and will commence thence due north along section line Council in regular session assembled

i. shipping about May 2th, from Cole I fo a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day of April A. D. 1907

man. Cukes are moving from that hence Atlantic west to Coast and along Line Fifth railroad streetto President CHAS. H.City BROWN.Council ATLANTIC COAST LINE I RI!

r place at the rate of two or more cars thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:

a day. The rtuckers there have doa Coast Line railroad to First street S. P. !MAYS City Clerk.I .

i t- day. The truckers there have de- thence west along First street to S. P. Mays City Clerk of theCity *
; point of beginning." of Live Oak, Florida do hereby
thing. "Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above and foregoing Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 30th ivdm

J the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed Rates for this occasion is ..
John A. Traweeks a flagman ont Marshal or policeman of the said by the City Council on the 8th day :

the Atlantic Coast Line having lost City to take possession of and placeIn of April. A. D. 1907 and the sameIs

a pound to be provided for that hereby certified to the Mayor for from
r:: considerable sleep sat down on the purpose any horse mule hog or goat his approvaLWitness tl $13-75 Jacksonville

track to await the coming of the past found by him or them running at my hand and seal of said

t' senger train and fell asleep and was large upon any of the streets alleys City this 8th day of April. A. D. For the Round Trip, or virtually one cent a mite ij

killed last Wednesday night at Millard highways or other unenclosed property 1907.Seal
twenty miles north of Lakeland. within said City and likewise ) S. P. MAYS distance traveled with correspondingly low rat from

i,I Poor fellow. take: possession of and place in said Examined and City by Clerk. points. Extension of limit to July 6th can be obtained;
pound any cow found by him or them approved: me
running at large on any-of the streets, this yin aay or April, A. D. 1907. depositing ticket with special agent and payment oft "

Mayo has let the contract for a new alleys lanes public highways or M. E. BROOME. Mayor. cents at tune of deposit.

school house to cost 8900. other unenclosed property of said
City of Live Oak within the boundaries For full information and Pullman reservations v&]

prescribed in Section I hereof" call '"
on Frank C. Boylston District Passenger l1
ORDINANCE NO 58. "Section VII. For catching and ;

i An Ordinance amending Section impounding stock under this ordinance A LIQUID COLD CURE Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla.

the City Marshal shall be en-
Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11, be- -ANDLAXATIVE -
titled to the following fees, namely:
entitled "An ordinance fixing thesalary
ing
For catching and impounding horses
to be received the officers COUGH
by SYRUPTHE
mules and cows fifty cents per head
of the City of Live Oak. Florida" G
approved
.. Live
October 6, 1903. goats dollar thirty per head.cents per For head feeding hogs and one Oak, Perry &

Be It Ordered by the Mayor and
taking care of such stock while in
City Council of the City of Live Oak.
pound for horses mules and cows he

Florida: shall receive forty cents per day per THE ORIGINAL Railroad Company.Schedule
.
Section 1. That ) :
cof theCity head each for hogs or goats ten cents
of Ordinance No. 11 of
-
day head each for advertising HEW
per per ; .
{ Live Oak Florida being an ordinance : and selling such animals he shall P. Effective April 7, 190:. -

entitled "In ordinance fixing receive the sum of fifty cents for IDEA It. WBSTBOCND u.sr

< the salary to be received by the of- horses mules or cows per head and 1ST CLASS 1sT.a.ASI' t

ficers of the City of Live Ook Flor- for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- : Mail a PUSCB_ Y+ ,
Fr-hail I
i o ida." approved October 6. 1903 be five cents per head each. The word Pass. r.... "IPuI I ccr s
and the same is hereby amended so "hog" under this ordinance shall be <
as to read as follows: taken to Include "pigs." Tte K.4 CtoTtc Blossom and Ski Bossy BM aa No.1. Na 5. N..$. Na t. N.L Mali
KTuy BottH. Sunday Daily 2 1 IIiII"'
ex.SuBdajr. Daily
(Section 3.) The City Marshal Section Ila That this Ordinanceshall Daily. Only I'ej, S" Osi1 "", .
stall receive a salary of sixty-five "A Cold or a Cough nearly always
take effect immediately upon produces < i
Dollars per month as City Marshal its passage by the Council and ap- constipation-ths water all runs to the A.M.LaTe P.Leave JoL --E-: P. Y. P. Jt :L>

and the sum of Ten Dollars per proval by the Mayor as to mules of eyes the nose system and through throat Instead of passing out 800 lg LaTe 246 ...._..._........ Un O.k....._.. ........ Arrift 4 Amftj:=i 5.a 5 ,
the .uo.
month as Sanitary Inspector of the horses goats and hogs but shall not liver and WdneT*. 8 IS 2 ir4 .-._ Rocky Sink.............. .
City of Live Oak. Florida. into effect as to cows until 60 days For the *'it.f moisture the bowels become 14s 300 .....::.. _Starr...:._............ .s =
Section II. That this Ordinance go dry and Nearly all other cough cures JA! 15t 807. [ Mercer..................+.I is til
from its passage by the City CounciL are constipating,especially those 165 3 153SO _.:_ -- -Platt. ... .
to take effect Immediately upon its Passed by City Council in regular Opiates. containing I' 204 .- L.ncaater--- .. .
passage and approval by the Mayor. session this 8th day of April. A. D. Kennedy's laxative Hojey and Ar 2 05Ar' 340 .....i.: ..........DoW DC Park..............._..I L. LT 6 lTts
Passed by the City Council this 1907. CHAS H. BROWN. Tar moves the bowels contains no Delates. 8 860 45 Lv 4 4 Lv 4 410.15.... ........... Dvwlinz Park. .............--. Az i 6 BIN I.1 a

22nd day of April A. D. 1907. President City Council KENNEDY'S 863 857 4 :\1 4 17 ::::::::::::::::::::-Chancey Bell. ;:::::::::::::.:.:::: i .II itS
CHAS. H. BROWN. AttestS 4 420 ......... .Mayo
: 90090S Ar 425 .....: ....... ......... Junction.--------------------
:. Attest: Pres. City Council.S. P. MATS. City Clerk. S 6 00,L 4 40 .......'.........:..........Day .........:.....: '
P. MAYS, City Clerk. I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the LAXATIVE 910 S06S10 4 46 .... .'....... .. .. .Silo......_.......... if1t
.
I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby 925 S25 452 512 ..Townacnd.Smith .................... i i

City of Live Oak. Florida do here- certl.r: that the above and foregoing 10 942 538 627 ._...............-FenhoJlowayPerry.- _...............
by certify that the above and fore- Ordinance No 56 was regularly passed YftKDTAR Art 25Ar 10; 605 600 .---....- ......................... c' "
going Ordinance No. f 8 was regular by the City Council on the 8th day HON i P.620 Ii. Ar P. Ii.6 15 ::....:::::.-Hamptoo SpnnaaMAYO ..._.......,... Lv J)[11. I x.,.J 1L.1 111

ly passed by the City Council on the of April. A. D. 190., and the sameis -
12nd day of April 1907. and the hereby certified to the Mayor for Relieves Colds by working them out
of the XCH.
his approval. system through a AXD ALTON BR.i
came is hereby certified to the copious action 01
the
Witness my hand and seal of said bowels.
Mayor for his approval.
City. this 8th day of April A. D. asRolinea Coughs by
Witness my hand and seal of said cJeana1nC aDd WEST BOUND. tzsst
strengthening the
City this April 22. 1907. 1907.Seal) S. P. MAYS. the throat.abut.lunca mucous aDd kOnch1al membranes tubess o' Frt A ais
FrtAPaiae"a. ,
S. P. MAYS. Passes Frt
Seal
( City Clerk. .
Clerk. For Croep, Wheol / ?ass. | KrNo. ter Tssa
City Cougk 1&
Examined and approved by me
and approved by me this Influenza. Bronchitis. &Di aU Cougps' .7. N.. N
Examined this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. Co14&, Lung ad BrsacMal Daily Daily Ne 13.
23rd day of April. 19n. M. E. BROOME. Mayor. remedy L egzal b geaaady'a dectlcm a. etSun.A.M. IX.SUKP.M. Iwday Oaly Sunday Only ;.z.Baita' + .

).I. i!:. BROOME. Mayor. Honey and
..

oratory vim,sae t.O.doe awl$i t.oe twttl.a at.s&..I 910 Leave 94. L..ve 630 .... .._._ ... 7
>o. 5 t. Dewitt o..CIIic&p. I 926 4ao tay inetioDMayo. ... .. sfs
ORDINANCE ORDINANCE XO. 57. k.... 986 963 643 ......._....._-....Clark.......... .. 7 I B
An Ordinance to amend Sections ION, : 1909 663 .. s1'1i
1.2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the An Ordinance providing for the Sold by City Pharmacy '10 lOlAr f so's4WAr1' 605 616 -.- iii fs
- establishing opening and extendingof 4. Alton
Live Oak. Florida, being an
of
City
street in the City of Live
Wilbur
to
Ordinance entitled "An ordinance the Oak. Florida from the east side of Regular stop. Connection made at Dowlinc Par for
at large on from
prohibit the running eastward to White Live Oa, and Perry. to
Live Oak. of Ohio avenue For in formation as
. street of the City of White's Addition to said other lines
la 'pho1e ,
street
and or call Agent
on General
and goats, Passenger
mules lots
1 nei. . .Ii tT ten. hundred. and. thirty-two_ ffiSSsiM, Ti0S.Lag BolJdlng. Live Oak

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<_ South' Liquid FueL The first' car of pineapples '
was 11 M 11

;fatil recently the bringing lighttint shipped from Miami last Friday. The I j. k' LINT T KI'-----: .

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other subterranean fuel, peileeum pines were grown at Planter on Key l
Largo.DeWitt's. t {
confined In the south -
was 1:
SRABOARDJ
.eipa1J to: the lower :Appalachian I I '; ';i
West Virginia' ',alone yielded Carbolized Witch Hazel : ,
,
tekL of thetbtal 42,726,625.rrels.of Salve does not merely heal on the surface : ..- -,- ,- -
..UOSH
.. oil produced In the south ; It penetrates the pores and Railway. j I ,

1887 and 1896. In that promptly relieves pain caused by
k weep the Kentucky-Tennessee field bolls, burns scalds, cuts and kin 4 Wholesale and ReI

period 44.467 barrels, and Tex- diseases. It is especially good for Savannah Columbia
but Camden Southern Pines
fielded piles. Beware of imitations I -

a : where the,before presence 1861 of, had oil yieldeaoal1l,811 had- City Pharmacy. Sold d.by Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, : I tail Dealers in Flori-
. known
been Philadelphia and New York.
barrels. In 1901 how- j

folowing the spectacular "gush- Washington county farmers fol- H I =
.fer,
da and Western1tTS
taf of Beaumount, the annual protection lowing the example of Gadsden farm-

of Texas rose from 336,039 ers next are year.thinking of planting tobacco TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DulLY i

morels to 4,393,658 barrels and .

, Wbed in 1905 28.136.189 barrels. .
"Here's to your health and hop-
this there was a decline in Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
_ :
. from piness"-DeWitfs Little Early,Risers
to 12.666.526 barrels. Mean-
1JOJ -famous little pill., Nasty sick '" .
Stifle the search for; oil., thus spurred, -
headache or biliousness may *
,come on
in Arkansas. Louisiana .
)expanded any time; the cure_is Riser. :Modern Pullman
an Early : : Equipment. -. ;
and Indian Territory, :result-: -.
'Alabama
*
Sold by City Pharmacy; jdSamuek ,Phone 24.
' IsC to very large oil developments In I ILoulaJana
I
and Indian Territory. The

total production of the south in the I Gompers. the great Presi- I.The Jamestown I Promdt deliveries
10 years has been 263.829,252 dent of the American Federation of i I Exposition Line

put Labor, will speak in Jacksonville
barreis. or more than six times the on
NORFOLK
production of the preceding decade* the 22nd of May. V/\ anywhere in the
+

Stop Grumbling.If : : Excursion Tickets on S-.le Daily : -
A Xarow Escape. City.
t j : -
you suffer from Rheumatism or
10.W. Cloyd. a merchant, of Plunk,
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment 1
)10.. had a narrow escape four years will bring quick relief. It is a sure For full infbrmation, and Sleeper reservations call on any agent : I

ago. when he ran a jimson bur into cure for Sprains, Rheumatism Con- | of Seaboard or write, .

his thumb. He says: "The doctor tracted Muscles and all pains-and I I S. C. EOYLSTON JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, JacksonVille Fla.M'M THe Great Headache Cure.Bromo.Pepsin
it but I would i i .
to amputate
[ranted, within the reach. of all. Price 25c, .<.* >**>**- I*4* 11 I I H'l M t* H'l I > H 1 H I >..| I
I bought a box of Buck-
Dot consent.
50c $1.00. C. R. Smith Tenaha
| Salve and that cured the '
Arnica
tea' Tex., writes: "I have used Ballard's t. . . . . . . . . p. . . . .
wound. 25c at Barclay
[dangerous Snow Liniment in my family for years

[A.GrooTer. druggists. d-w and have found it a fine remedy for t OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTt j Note the Word Pepsin"eadacbe

all pains and aches. I recommend it indigestion,
... child," said the canning CURESOn
.1\0., my be for pains in the chest." Sold by Su- t is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is 1n\osls'g. Kemosaess
lady, "I want you to on your
wannee Drug Co. d-w *. broad enough to accommodate all, and
[food behavior and not make a little the Spot. '

[pig of yourself today." W. B. Coates was badly burned and HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: : No Opiates. Absolutely Harmless
;_"Why,ma?"asked the little savage |
may lose an eye in Miami last week.
."Because we're going to have that 1.The young folks with their small savings. 1 111 Dna.r.u. 10. IS*. sail SO*
The flue to his stove did not draw
minister for dinner.-The I t 2.-The breadvi inner, striving to accumulate a fund : for Sulu 13 y
pew well and he put a small quality oft .
.
'
fpbfladefphia Press. t powder in it and set the same off t iu procure; a. 1-iJ-hi-vl uuuitf:, ur a n competency' lur** o ld age.ft The Uty i Pharmacy

I with a match. Beware of gun powder 3.-The well-t When your back aches it is almost i + the income provided. J

ianriably an Indication that something : 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. 41-23-trwi-vi.

is wrong with your kidneys. 3 If You Don't *

',Weak, diseased kidneys frequently < succeed the first time use Herbine i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida j
,
I break down of the entire THOMPSOiN & WARREN
j ciuw a sys- relief. The I i.
tea.: DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder|.and you will get instant . . . . . *. . . . . > . .
greatest liver regulator. A positive Drays and Delivery Wagons. '
Pills afford prompt relief weak kid- .
cure for Constipation Dyspepsia -
backache, inflammation of the Furniture moving and Lumber :
;aeyi I Malaria Chills and all liver com- -

bladder and all urinary troubles. I plaints. Mr. Cof Emory Texas, Hauling Specialties. j

:-Sold by City Pharmacy. d* writes: "My wife has been using Her- w. tiU STOVE WOODAny .1

bine for herself and children for five '
Every street in Starke is, accord-! years. It Is a sure cure for constlpa- length delivered to any part

,Jag to a recent ordinance' to have ; tioa and.malaria.fever., which, is sub- tI)1IzIi of city, promptly. Give us your

toncfete, sidewalk's.For -I stantiated by what it has done for
busines. Phone 55.
,
my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug ; :
a cold or a cough, take Ken Co. d-w*

l nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is .
H.: J. MORRIS.
'
better than any other cough remedy The fine residence in the famous

because! its laxative principle assures "Fair Oaks plantation and the pack- Contractor and Builder y

,healthy, copious action of the were destroyed by fire last
fenrels and at the same it heals ir- ing house Manatee, loss about $10- Apply for plans, estimatesand
week near F Sick Livers
r' riUtioa of the bowels and at the 000. or specifications.Office .

| same time it heals irritation of the
on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing
t>iroat, strengthens the bronchial
.
-Kidney complaint kills more people! A PURELY VEGETABLE
tubes and allays inflammation of the than any other disease.. This is due I
mucous membrane. Contains Honey COMPOUND -
the disease being so insidious thatit
sad,Tar, pleasant to take. Children to ge tsa good hold on the system be- I' +++91 H I't t I It K.It fr t M Ut t ;

.fflw it Conforms to the National fore it is recognized. Foley's Kid CURES CONSTIPATION DYSPEP. DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, I;
Y
.1816 Food and Drug Law. Cold bycity QUICl'1. SIA, COMPLAINT
ney Cure will prevent the develoP- ALL LIVER [.
Pharmacy d* ment of fatal disease if taken in tim*. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by jj VETERINARY. jj
1 d-w. lit TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased +
i
Pharmacy.
r Both houses of the legislature City '. today may save you a tick spell tomorrow. + Solicits your patronage: -Offi C8t: i
+ at residence-Phone (3 ) 148
rings
km passed the bill for the Greater Valley-Gazette calls I :} +
The Kissimmee 4 AFTER >>>; I MIHH II Mil rill' >!
1tT pa. This takes in Fort Brooke. the authorities or the citizens to I CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER .
upon 1
cause certain undesirable dwellers: I I ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

Do You Love out the corporate limits Mrs. W. Whitewell, Emory Tex..
jour baby? You wonder why he just within or writes "My child had dulls amd fever Chsnikriain's]
tries. to move on.Mayor for four years. We tried all kinds of
: Buy a bottle of White's Cream medicines,and finally acquaintance of I

Vermifuge and he will never cry. ICorthrup, of St. Peters- dine recommended Herbin W* used Colic, Chflsri & Pl.rl1 .1 RmK {
lost babies have three bottles, and the child is now completely -
the
and
worms, for throwing a II
fined a negro I
burg
totters cured.: Yon have my permission 1
don't know It. White'sam gopher at another negro and hitting to publish this testimonial as I cheerful I Almost every lanHy hat teed

Vermifuge rids the child oft him The defendant claimed the ,j )* recommend Herbin to all Mother" i of a reliable remedy for cewc or f
worms, and cleans having children afflicted as mine. I
out its in
system "deadly
gopher was alive and no L diarrhea at soars time during the J
Pleasant way. Every mother should I USGE BOTTLE.( SIc lET THY iENUTHEBfiLURD |

.keep a bot of this medicine In the weapon. a SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. I J year.This remedy is recrcre7Jer Jd' \
'IKOUBLES.Sulphur :
.Jo Se. With It, fear need never enter CU11BS ALL SKIN I LOUIS. u. S. A. by dialers who have oM .' !<.r 2

.ler iaind- Prices 25 ,. Sold by Su- for many year and I know' i s ram: j

"iuuee Drug co. dwMessrs. the Accepted Remedy x ... t It has revived tSciiui.ds! cf

11 a Hundred Years. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY testimonial (rain grateful people.It .
Sulphur is one of the greatest has been prescribed by i.hy-

}! .Injured Coatson and' Walden were remedies nature ever gave to man. Suwannee Drug Company. scbns: with the moat sa:ifaUJryreis. : Ji'l
at the old Palmetto
PhGiphate Every physician knows it cures skin .. I .
mine In Polk .
county re- I
\t-eeatiy. and blood troubles. HANCOCK'S It has often saved life bckreI

I LIQUID SULPHUR enables you to BOTTLED... : : I, medJane: could have been sect lot
get the full benefit In most conven- I e or a physician sunmcaed. }

i Don't PT Alimony. ient form. Don't take sulphur : f It only cots a quarter. Can

;Hrobe divorced from your appendix "tablets" or "wafers," or powdered I i 5 you afford to risk so much for so i

? TIers*H! be no occasion for it if you sulphur in molasses. HANCOCK'S I i I bale? BUY IT NOW

I = keep rear bowels Is pleasant to J
SULPHUR
regular with Dr LIQUID IMH m r>\>*v i -sKILL
i 1110 New Life Pills- Their action take and perfect in its action. Druggists i
'
10 gentle that the appendix never sell it.
;
e 1&s cause Danville, ABSOLUTELY PURE THE COUCH
.- to- make the least com A well known citizen of IS ALWAYS
plaint Guaranty by Barclay i Pa., writes: "I have had an aggravated AND CURE THE LUNGS

'over. druggists. 25 cents. Try case of Eczema for over twen- i, Look for the Coca-Cola Crown and Label and you are
gym' d-w I I have used seven 50- I, guaranteed the best drink of Coca-Cola obtainable. The
ty-flve years.: WITH Dr.
LIQUID SULPHUR proportionate ingredients are always exactly correct insurrnir King'sNeer
the
of
cent battles all the time
a good, uniform drink ; no over
-Lrs. i you
t- s. Joyce 180 Sullivan St.H. OINTMENT, and now 1 feel as though i iI sweetening, under carbonating or poor mixing to contend

ouni, N. .. writes: "About had a brand new pair of hands It, with. Call for the bottledproduct always, and keep your Discovery
t teat will i stocked. Bottled and guaranteed by the
certain It
'So. I bought two bottles of has cured me and I am : | refrigerator
l'i Kidney Cure. If they persist in using I jHANCOCK'S FOR IOc COQ.
{. .Tye It cured me of cure anyone SULPHUR ac- Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co. COUCHS Trial Bottle Free
taae LIQUID
of
) Kidney trouble of
', JACKSONVILLE, FLA AND ALL THROAT AND LONG TROUBLES.
Teaf standing. It certainly cording to directions.
t traad EDGAR." GUARANTEED SATISFACXOSXOS : :
a... good medicine and I "BUTLER M02TBY SZPT7NDED.

J'eeomend. It:' City Phar-: -- ----------- -
!IItf\. Democrat.
d-w ,Subscribe for the DaUy

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The attorneys Ad-litiorvjl for Baft Local McCall'haee J|.discourse meat!exercises music at tbe.Aaditprium thecommence'4oj -- R i

filed a 'writ of error, .which takxs the j night. This is aa;attraction-tfc in I I{ bPOPUIIAR1UMMtI) 'S119LJ
A
case to the supreme court and the | itself should insure a large ratendr- ; ;,
execration of the sentence: cannot take : ance. >' <

place until the writ of error is de- <
cided. In the meantime. McCall will W.5 L. Rogers of Wellborn was 'InBookkeeping, Business Practice, Stenography, Typewriting, Tel

probably remain in jail. here today and favored our office witha and English Training will be conducted at the :'; .. .

call. He came to purchase a cow,
but after seeing the manipulations of '" :< '
and :
Rodol for indigestion dyspepsia :; .
concluded that he could <-: .
our linotype .
'
not only digests what yon eat, it .. < ; ;
';>( [i( : .
tones the stomach and adds strengthto Invent-some kind of a machine that ;
Makes would give milk not of a bovine
the whole body. rich pureblood
Kodol made in conformity character. t" ."

the National Pare Food and Drug jib. ,
Law Sold by City Pharmacy ,- W. E. Grins editor of the Tropical : l ;

Breze at Fort Myers was in the -,

Mr. H. Dove Allison, now vegetable city? this morning, en route to Talla

broker,and very successful business hassee. Mr. Griffis is one of the rising ,

man ;of'Miami, spent: several young editors of the state and i'

days at the Capital this week and publishes an, excellent paper that is
..
made this office friendly visits.. .Mr. quoted from by the leading papers of ,
,
; Allison still 'Insists that he*:was ter the state. We do not exactly know f" ( ,
'I :
rlbly treated at the asylum and is :Mr. Griffis mission to Tallahassee

seeking an investigation into asylum but we are certain he goes there in .

matters generally and fully.-Tallahassee the interests of Lee count I"- For Short, Practical and intensely' interesting Pew off study to ;.

True Democrat. the lal class in mostly;(
have jt
mer works we $90.00.
Congressman Sparkman. of Tampa Scholarships: $40.00. S50JOO, S- 5.00 and: : "
FOR .sALE-One Bay mare six ,.is in te city today and will deli- -;
t years old. Fancy saddler and drives ver an address in the Auditorium, tonight

well in harness. Apply"to R.. J. I at the commencement exer- SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE- 1

Taylor. Live Oak.. Fla. / 18-3t: cises. This distinguished gentleman

is one of Florida's ablest statesman,

.T. B. and C. G, Carimchael. of recognized as such in the national Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St. ':Ii!;.J"

Lancaster were pleasant callers at capital and his presence here should

our office this morning. They were inspire all with a desire to hear him LIVE OAK FLORIDA

i visitors at Live Oak,_ and consequently .s!>E'ak. He is a gifted orator and ,.
ly the Democrat a call. We are carries great weight in his arguments. L. M. HATTON: G. S. STEPHEN :-

always glad to show our country Every man. woman and child in Live 1! < President and Proprietor Principal
,
friends through our office and they Oak should, be at the Auditorium tonight ;

will always find it interesting.Miss .

,..,,:
Annie Hemming who has The Seaboard train west this morning -

been teaching' in :Madison has returned carried four crowded coaches of I BAICLAURBATE SERMON VISIT: THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
home. Miss Annie is one of
negroes most of them en route to I
3 the best young ladies Live Oak lays,
Tallahassee to celebrate emancipation (Continued from.page one.)
claim to. She is : I
in the
accomplished day which is the 20th day of I DOWLING
highest sense of the term ladylike in i May. 1 There were evidences of major not such an instan.ce has been known |: PARK

the extreme and makes a friend and brigadier generals 'captains in Suwannee cotinty., I

when she meets a person. She i and else He very bight complimented the
sergeants everything pertaining -WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE UVEJT
ought to remain in Suwannee coun- to rank in military and civic faculty of the High School and they
ty. i deserved word he said of .
good
I organizations arrayed in the crowd; every

t I even the women .wore badges and a ; them. They 'are among the best Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cottage

Two second hand bggles'for l r"horn tooter", assembled the crowd I educators in the land have a deep I -

sale cheap. Come early/if you wan: r on the departure of the train. W .I II i:heartfelt interest "In the success, of HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. COOO TABLE. GOOD dE.o3 ....
I the pick. J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. I noticed Capt.. Lyle on the platt osu : tte school, and(no men'' or' women: WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH !
F Campbell malWiger./ i and he semingly envied the shoulder bate forked harder than'they. ,to I PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILUQNS, IQK1E,
i 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ON UVtGtfSBf.
f I straps brass buttons etc.. worn by keep up td'ai"''high
the crowd and we suspect that he school.in Florida:
"pluaH .I The music rendered by the choiron PARK HOTEL DOWSING PflRK. FLORlDft.\
[1aa, -ure3? adeosa SIB 1Ua..Id and Kinkaid will petition the next ADDRESS LMCAJ I
\\\HL Ten aouBHia-iana Japan jndjljJi iKIr council to provide them with more this occasioa'-was simply superb. IJ

dq eaageq durea dq oj peu.znaa gorgeous uniforms and add batons I I' The exercises were closed with an
44's brass buttons and other fixtures appropriate -prayer by Eld. J. T. But. -
SBJI .I
1(10 guyr allnq, jo aaj&oqsPITUB 8
fnq upj3B jjo Surna3 ujons papai'a that will put them in blazing glory ler. ; John B. Stetson Universiy

: uAOp rajq aupjooa PUB .s SJ.1&
W. H. High-Priced Legislator. .
Wilson colored
wail -
arrested
uo dJ3J&
sill
upiq SB no aq; 11IMpaun2 :
by City Marshal Lyle f sjq punBssB mat jo auo UBCuaq b
01 paJ.1..1"8a aj3A Jags sypa liquors without a license was arraigned tive salary $3,000 per term' of two DELAND FLORIDA
by Acting Mayor Brown years, and one regular session,-it will ;
-Jn1dva mail jo OAJ PUB sjjiJdqsn
Saturday ,and fined $30 and costs. create an upward movement in the I I'I
-dap jo eased B Xq oSB sLup MOJ B $BQ Affiliated with the University of Chtagol
Wilson had Col. Harrell employed as legislative rate that cannot fail to "
,
luau
: 9.\rI papunoxins anew 339 fe sal
counsel and but for the plea of his have its influence In other States. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.--The standards are those of tlet#
.1aqs'8(1 9 SdqSnjf 'I
mojj pad vasa oq& I verslty of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees frcaSf
attorney he would undoubtedly have Three thousand dollars a member Is
t f3Luoa aajqi aqi jsqj u.lval 9.\\ Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalog
been given a term in the gang. an extravagant price to pay for some I, COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are admitted t ?
Ladies I have Just opened a dressmaking Marshal Lyle is on the trail of blind of tbe legislatures' they have had at lice law In Florida without examination.

room in the Lewin building, tiger operations in Live Oak and he Harrisburg. It is not too much to COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC il
J- and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction and Policeman Kinkaid will run the pay for a legislature whose ability Mechanical, Civil. Electrical Engineering and Maaual! TrataJaj &

,, guaranteed. Give me a trial.I last one in unless the traffic is stop and Integrity match its responsibilitiy leading COLLEGE to degrees. Fine new, building' costly equipment f Ii
OF BUSINESS- Banking in all its branches. Bwifc+
IIRS. KIGHT. ped. One thing that reflects upon and opportunity The people will not by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective eoana ega
the negroes of this city is their tendency begrudge the increased pay if it improves other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.

We did not know that we were a to violate the liquor laws In correspondingly the average PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to eawBirs
greater discoverer than Ponce de operating blind tigers. There are character and capacity of the legs Yale, Princeton Cornell Michigan, Chicago and all flrst-clist
NORMAL AND MODEL, SCHOOLS.-1. Kindergarten to Ii
Leon until we read the following in some of them knows but the evi!I lature.-Philadelphia Press. building. 2. Primary and Grammar School in separate buttJfefc<
the Taylor County Herald of last dence Is not in view. The last moth- Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.

week. If Brother Pound will guar er's son of them ought to be in the The First Baptist Church in MUSIC SCHOO .-A 510.000.00 pipe organ a dozen plato

antee us that we can locate the sam"spring" e chain gang. To sell liquor in a dry I I Gainesville has voted their pastor. building large faculty thorough courses of study.

every time we 'go to Perry county is as much an offense and I Dr. S. B. Rogers a ,leave of absence I ART Stetson SCHOOL.-New has Studio. Costly casts models, etc.'ner t
a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. :
we will go down there every Sun violation of law as to commit murder for six months on full pay. He has green from the University of Chicago Harvard, Yale. '
day unless the Florida Railway or although the punishment Is not been sick for several months. .1. umbia Toronto. Wake Forest. Louisville. Bowdoln. Utreckt:
the Live Oak Perry & Gulf annul our so severe. There are several "things" YnnenAnyn of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. Than! "

annual. "And so the :Major found in Live Oak that ought to be suppressed A strong petition has been sent to i edowment. 1m buildings and equipment; nearly. a quarter zsfIlt

that for which Ponce de Leon searched and they will be, for our city Governor Broward asking hat he : with ; an endowed library of over 13.000 volumes; a Dean T on .
o8nftynfnUrIshlng3' including s> oad, glass windows.
this country over and failed right and county officials are determined call a special term of court at Fer- a 110, organ; a Qymnaaium; with complete app st

here in Perry and no the bank of to suppress crime here. Since the I I nandina to try the negro in jail there ji closed Athletic Field rnnningtrac, t1nnL51 courts.\base>w 1 -J

spring creek. We've had an idea for inauguration of the criminal court for the murder of Mr. and Mrs..John-1 I gridiron besides Dimming, golf rl4wing.and other sports, self
some time that the fountain was located our officers are more determinedthan I I son at Italia on.April 31. Ings Bacteriology for men ? women; ten large laboratories for CMnW:; WJ

t somewhere near here and in ever before, and the petty i I electric lights MIneralogy electric bells and. steam Biology heat several cement large mtISeram. .

t view of the discovery we accept the cases that have heretofore not been The Ladies of St. Luke's Church Will ;: avenues spacious campus. shrubbery and trees social llitrul,

i apology with the proviso that the Ma noticed. will hereafter receive their Hold a Fair at the Skating Rink j i F i: and L8MUdentl.clals; star lecture courses; Christian u4'i

t jor,promises not to try and absorbr recognition and offenders of the law May 21 to May 23. I#i I are tartan low. pinS. The location is beautiful and healthful,an30Ao the entire creek on future visits. may look for vigorous prosecution. The ladies of St. Luke's Church I catalogs views and Information address tieUXCOLX rri"I
r-: Live Oak will hold a fair at the I I I HULLEY "

.
,}": -Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is best Origin of Kissing the Book. Skating Rink beginning Tuesday '
{ for women and children. Its mild May 21st and continuing through to
action and pleasant taste makes it The exact origin of kissing the Thursday the 23rd, for the purposeof I AOTICE-FREE DEALER.To '. On .acfeonnt of a

preferable to violent purgatives, such book in English courts though mo raising money. to clear the rectory' whom It may concern error, "the "Suwanaee Lam
as pills tablets etc. Get the booklet dern. Is obsecnre. It is not I should property of debi. Friends and the Take : for unpaid taxes canny)
say a matter of legal notice that I. L. U. Jue ,
obligation but Davis II
public a
_ and a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy generally are requested to first Monday In .
seems to be merely a custom dating give them married woman the wife cWt 4
dw.ReV' their patronage. The following I of J. E. advertised and the
from the middle or end of the Davis k
I ladles will have charge of a resident of Live Oak Suwan- has therefore bees
eighteenth century. If a witness nee Th4erlcrfll
booths: County.
R. L. | Florida will on Tues- Monday in July. .
Rogers former
inspector claims to follow the Of
law day the II
according to Ice
17th
cream, lemonade day of ofilc*.
and sherbet_ June. A. D. In the Democrat
of convicts of this 1907
state and one Coke
and to take his "corporal oath" Mrs. make pr9t
i Barclay. Miss application to forms **
Lucas and the Hon. of putting the .
of the best known men in the commonwealth by touching the book who shall Miss B. H. .
refuse Grubb. Palmer. Judge ***
of the bed
- Third out having
is here today on a visit him his tight? Circuit Judicial proof
Cake-Miss Annie Grubb. I I of the State of Uon the sale.Wildcats .
of
to relatives. Florida at _
Mr. Rogers has been The "kissing" act seems akin indeed Larkin Booth-ra. i Lake City. I J 01r
, one of the best politicians Floridaever to what the "fancy" call somewhat Mrs. Wasdin. Carrell and manage, take Florida for a license to along Bl**
knew but has retired from the I charge of and control goattaJl
e nndeasantly a saliva custom Candy-Miss Rle my property and r number of bogs kI
Porter. : to
political arena and is now engaged which in modern Western life exists Home dealer In become a free I Bradford county, ova ,

t in peaceful 'avocations In South in very few forms though many Mrs.: Helvenston Booth-Mrs..Needham and, REES & VfOOD every respect. L. M. DAVIS. animals.
? Florida that da not stir strife and of the lower classes _J.
up still "spit" on a &* .
', Drug Booth-Mrs. idtors '
l
turmoil. Mr. Rogers has relatives I coin for luck.-*-Cornhlll Magazine. Geo. E. Butler and.-Mrs. t for: Applicant. : w5-1T-4trENEYthRE Eric JOhe 'PJ"Jfii
Carter. Sr.
.;. and many friends in Live, Oak who Soda Water "a j I the Jeremia ff t'1Sw"
to him. Subscribe for the Bootla-Yra. Robbins Feraandina Usda1 .._
are glad greet Daily .Democrat. and Yz J.
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>> .. ._ traCkt3 ,.
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