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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1907
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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).
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VOL. H. No- 190. LIVE OAK. FLORIDATcEs9.Y, MAY 21, 1907. TEN CENTS A WEEK. :



of COMMENCEMENTCLOSING PICTURE OF MR. BRYAN REJECTING !;THE DEMOCRAT'' "O 'I"ATION. THE MEW PENSION LAW


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;tBE CLOSING EXERCISES OFI' \ l. 1 l .
: :MRW 3ICCLEXXAX THANKS HOUSE
THE SUWANNEE HIGH :
SCHOOL -.-.: .... .. -.,: .-. OX BEHALF VETERANS OF OLD

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Sparkman,.of,Tampa, I'
( Excelent-. Iddress-Prizes 'k. Senator., Board's.,Bill to Repeal Drainage -
Delivers Act of 19O5 Defected by -
-Awarded Pupil -8OO Presents
> a Close Vote.

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exercises at the
: graduating Tallahassee May 20.-"Mr. Speaker -

l aditorium .last night capped the 'I as a Confederate veteran I desireto

' &ax for public entertainments in ts thank the house for this vote.

I' jive Oak. The stage was beauti- There are, not .many of us left but
itlll decorated with Florida plants the ties that bind us together are

Jid presented a magnificent appear- strong and In behalf of the veterans

iee.} The Fifth City Band played of the lost cause and their widows

two Selections, which were heartily I thank you all from the bottom of

IPDlauded by the vast audience. my heart.

'lilly 8O being present. In these few words simple and so

f Then the pupils composing the fervently uttered that they touchedthe

chorus marched in with military heart of every man in the houseof

precision and after the invocation representatives Judge McClel-

fRey Dntill rendered a beautiful Ian of Suw&nnee county yesterday

toIII entitled "The: Maypole" Mrs. afternoon acknowledged the un-

. lord at the organ. The Silver animous action of the body In passing '

Quartet gave one number before the Broome pension bill the most

"exercises proper and here we wish liberal Confederate pension measure

la ay this musical organization Is'' perhaps which ever passed a south-

"i tiling for Live Oak to be proud of. ern legislature. The words of thanksof

fie essay by Miss Blanche Wolfe the Suwannee veteran spoken toward

one of the graduates entitled "Wo the close of a day of extraordinary -

man's Influence." was sublime. The I activity and some personal

'"nbjeet matter showed much thought _' bitterness brought forth a hearty
*u4 careful preparation and 'the burst of applause. "**.-

s Jtfjte of delivery was perfect Not Q, .\\ The Broome bill carries with it a
r.word was spoken by her that could tax levy of four mills one mill more

,lot be heard in the farthest nook than the present rate and Is ex-
et the Auditorium. Her appearance Mr. Bryan said he had very serious doubts about becoming a pr..id.nti l candidate.-Nespap r Interview tremely liberal in its provisions. It

vai that of a queen and she held ....:'VVebster in wru&igo Inter OO8an. was introduced in the senate by Mr.

tiler| hearers spellbound. There was Broome and after a number of

to embarrassment upon her part.MWoman's over again with them and Southern mingle with the teachers pupils and r 1 T..UUI".UR APPROPRIATION.Hot amendments had been adopted over
the bill as prepared by the joint com-
Influence" was plainly de- rights were fully impressed upon the citizens of Suwannee county and! .
mittee on pensions was passed by a
j jjlcted ia.herself, yet she referred tot rising generation.. As .a statesman the audience plainly showed_ they Fight Being lade Against the
t the soted women of the world, rulers Davis was a giant in the senate and were only too glad to" have him with Measure. heavy vote. Amongst other provisions -
the' bill provides that pensioners -
;Tot nations and showed that
women recognized as such by his associates them. Mr. Sparkman is a gifted
Tallahassee May 21.-The bill over sixty years of age shall not
''w thrones were capable dwelling He had for a companion one of the orator a scholarly gentleman, knd
making appropriation for the State be required to prove disability. The
;5 particularly upon the reign of Queen noblest women of the South who in debate is one, of the. noblest Romans
Fair at Tampa was under discussion scale is from $100 a year up. A
"Philosophers
iTktorla. and poets was always with him in war and of them all In legislative halls.
when house adjourned at noon today few years' residence in Florida is required
cannot estimate the influence of women peace and was with him at the time He confessed however that he was at
chances seem favorable for its pas- and the home guards are en-
for good and no words can ex- of his capture. At their beautiful a loss to know how to address boys
sage, although a hard fight is being titled to the benefits of the act
pry It. She may have the feeble Mr. nevertheless, proved
home at Beauvior Miss., where and girls, but
made against it by Reese of Es- which is also more liberal to widows
body of woman but she has the be much at home in
Davis wrote his book entitled, "Rise himself to as
: 1' cambia, and Matthews of Marlon. than former acts. Several amendments
taut of man, and the courage of her Oak's Auditorium be is in
and Fall of the Confederacy. Mrs. Live as
Those championing the measure are were prepared one by Mr.
:convictions woman's influence in the accompanied the halls of He avoided
Davis nearly always congress.
Decker, McWilliams and Abarnathy. Griggs striking out the sixty-year
destines of childrenfl and upon this him to what was known as the left ; the use of language that might not This goes over until tomorrow.The I' clause, for the purpose of admitting

_nMance depends the bulwark of pavlllion-his studio. Nothing but i;' be understood by youthful minds and bill establishing Atlantic all veterans but all were voted down
:.the nation. Man does not train his entered that home until f| his address was a masterly effort In '
cheer ever county was, by vote of 45 to 15, Indefinitely on account of the fact that the session !
chfldren, but the mother does. Here of the word. He said
the death of their beloved daughter [ every sense postponed.The is drawing to a close. The vote
jh I I home of refuge and love and woman Varina "The Daughter of the Confederacy r that success is not the accumulation
report of the house committeewas was: yeas. 65; nays, none; the
makes it. In speaking of the ." The humblest person ol of wealth. Some of our wealthiestmen i
far
adopted and Knight of Col- heaviest given any measure so
atonement of women the essayist the land could enter the spacious bave sacrificed honor, and '
umbia, was appointed as additional this session.In .
loved that all were proving them- yard and ascend the steps of the I wrecked thousands of homes in their member of joint committee investigating the senate the most important t
selves superior in many respects in hear- to get money. Such men i
mansion and would be greeted eagerness the Internal ImprovementFund event was the indefinite postponmentof
the different avocations of life, and tily by both Mr. and Mrs. Davis. He never gain success. They reap as as recommended.The .Beard's bill to repeal the drain-
*.e J were filling them. In the dark hand of "they sow and their lives are lives of I
loved to shake the a Confederate I house has adopted the report age act of 1905, almost identical
Ifei they were held in subjection. seemed misery. One should strive for higher
soldier and always recommending appropriating $5,000 with the drainage amendment, lost
vtat: BOW are in the front ranks of. willing to sacrifice life to perpet- attainment, and there Is no young i I for continuing the investigation of at the last general election. Senate -

jrefessloM and vocations and the uate the principles for which we man or woman who cannot reach it. the Internal Improvement Fund back r Beard argued his bill from a
: fought. never gave way except I to 1885 after the adjournment of the constitutional standpoint contendingthat
the cradle rules the world," is good. when all means were exhausted. He has the energy and determinationto legislature.The the drainage ate deprived of

Wolfe's essay was a most excel.I i never would acknowledge that Southwas do so. No person Is In too humble .1 Reese bulk bill and appropriations property without due process of law.

)jest oae and she has won laurels that: conquered, and ever maintainedthat circumstances to attain honor, I:I for state colleges passed the Senator Humphries contended that

tee" diadems-on her brow forever. It: she was simply overpowered. socials, politicaly or otherwise. As : senate with only one vote against the drainage had been disapproved by

needlss {O sal that her efforts I The captors of Mr. Davis at Irwin-I illustrations he showed that Napoleon I I I bill that being Cone of Columbia the people of the state and if the

,oen tt6t wlth hearty applause, and yille carried him to Augusta and Fort Bonaparte, Stonewall Jackson county. Everglades were drained, it would

wdsome boqueta'were sent to the ress Monroe. He was held in prisonfor and others rose to prominence, yet !i Senator Crane's Tampa State Fair reduce the value of lands already re-

**** for her. Miss Blanche 'is one 2 years on a charge of high treason in youth, they were apparently dull I bill has been made special order for claimed. Senator Crane moved the '

1If lire Oak's brightest girls loved but never convicted of such a boys. He said that Washington was :I I Friday. This bill is the same as indefinite postponement of the bill
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1J aH who know her. and as she now crime because he could not rightfully not an extraordinary man, and although Dudley's house bill. defending the drainage scheme as a

eaters the active ue woman, her be. He was no traitor, but a known as "First In war first :i member of the legislative committee

,) lataenee rJll always be for good. patriot. The worst enemy the South In peace, and first in the hearts of was awarded to Rachael Bardin and which inspected the operations Sen-

t the Sa7 by. Romero Seeley. en- ever had, Horace Greeley, went on his countrymen." In war he lost more I I presented by Col. L. E. Roberson in ator Buckman moved to make the

"Jefferson Davis, the Hero of his bond and he was released from battles than he ever won. There is a splendid speech. bill a special order for Thursday

tht Confederacy;; was a masterly eftott custody. lie Is not dead but will nothing beyond the power of man Special mention was given Sarah along with Mr. Crane's bill amend-

Ui showed that he was thor- live forever In the hearts of the who Is determined to accomplish an Suraskl, Loyselle Brown Drew ing the drainage act so as to bringit

"1\1 conversant with the subjects.. Southern people. Mr. Seeley at the object it only requires two per cent Groover and Lucy Hopson.A within reach of Judge Locke's decision -

!!:** historical facts that many aid close of his essay was greeted with of Inspiration and ninety-eight per special award of a beautiful lot but the effort failed. The mo-

tot heretofore know. He gave on hearty applause and boquets an cent of perspiration. With the motto, in Live Oak, given by Capt. Hlllman tion to indefinitely postpone was car-

lsat of the early struggles of salvers were sent to him on the stage. "I can and I will" faithfully lived up was delivered by Prof. Edwards in a ried, 16 to II, five absent or not
"* succeed. Mr. Sparkman splendid speech to Romero Seeley.
all will voting.
which
destinedto to
proved him to be He is an able young man, j jI I
e crudest best addresses ever The prsentation of diplomas by aside from the
the
of Entirely Investigation -
a old man 'o; the age. As make his mark In this world, and made one
Il.Ultary of those heard in Live Oak and gained hosts Prof. Edwards and the benedictionby of the administration of the, Internal -
commander he was In we opine he will become one I
trout Rev. J. F. Ford, concluded one of
i here. Improvement Fund which has
friends
rank of
As a statesman who frame the destlnees of our coun- j
stone never i "Love's Old Sweet Song" was the best commencements ever knownin not yet been completed the drain-
surpassed him. and I
*e 0athland had In him a defender try.Next came the chorus, "Who sung by four boys and four girls. Live Oak. age scheme nas won distinct victories -
iten rendered. The graduates go forth to battle the session-the
Ihe sweetly during
well and was reportof
could be Proud of. what the Bells Say. by pu-
Knows
Te .
---1 and prizes then with life and they have the best
: 4 the old soldiers present of the school who showed musical Giving the medals the legislative committee whichcan
the pils
&etont. or the humiliation to abilltly and masterly training. took place. The Cook Price, $10 wishes of all. May success crown reasonably be construed only as
he awarded to Romero their eyery effort. favorable the withdrawal of the
resolution -
was In gold, was
iSri placed after 'his cap- Then Hon. S. M. Sparkman, con-
"' and presented In a handsome Introduced by Mr. Dorman
district was Seeley,
Ga. first
and his in- from the
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Il alle gressman delivered the annual speech by Col. Fred W. Butler. "Papa, what is a dividend? the first day of tbesesslon appeal-
F,9rtress Monroe Introduced and In "It Is what is left over, son,
a my
like Col. Ira. J. Carter presented ing to the trustees to cease work
a greeted'with
common criminal, address. He was Helvenston after the president, the board of directors
bJeeted to showing splendid speech. the the overwnelmlng: vote Iff the house
applause
Indignities of
that were repeated rounds Clyde Caswell for the best j they legal representatives and
to
wrong .roused the fever of he Is with his coun- medal "
how popular
The medal given to' politicians have gotten throughi -
!nt declamation.
that too I
said he was only
Prevailed in the He
The trymen. to the girl who had the beat recitation i Puck. (Continued oa page eight)
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ORPHANAGE : John Ruskin in counting up the The 119th general assembly of the ,

i blessings of nis childhood, reckoned Presbyterian church In the United ; Live Oak Garag
Adopted bjr the Orlando District Con- these three for first good: Peace. He States of America met In Columbus. '

I e t fereoce. !' had been taught the meaning of Ohio Thursday May 16. In this as- I'
Whereas our annual Conference at peace in thought act and word; had sembly commissioners from the for-

its last session at Palatka authorized never heard father's or mother's voice mer Cumberland church which severed -J Equipped for repairing and storing

and created an Orphanage Boarda raised in any dispute nor seen an an- its relations with the general Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and -;
part of whose duties should be the gry glance in the eyes of either, nor assembly about one hundred years
Oils especially.prepared for Gas Engines. !
looking for a suitable location of an had ever seen a moment's trouble or ago and now reunited with the general -
Orphan Home for the Methodist disorder in any household matter. assembly will be present to the Also sell the well Known Columbia bat- -

Episcopal Church South and for receiving Next to this he estimated Obedience; number of three hundred thus In- tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Flogs

offers from the several towns he obeyed a word or lifted finger of creasing the number of commissioners kept in stock. Exclusive agent for

and cities of our Conference for that : father or mother as a ship her helm, to 1,000. The reunion brings the Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville.
and, i without idea of resistance. And
purpose an number of communicants up to 1-
Sample of this work be here.
Whereas the City of Bartow in accordance lastly. Faith: nothing was ever prom- 304.073; Sunlay-schoel membershipto can seen

with that generosity which ised him that was not given; nothingever 1.204.907. and number of ministers
has always characterized her. has of' threatened him that was not inflicted to 9,362. FOR LIVERY

fered to donate in fee simple the and nothing ever told him that t

property known as the South Florida was not t rue.-Florida Christian The Favorite Reo Car used-in
Notice to Our Customers. Touring
Military Institute comprising a main Advocate. I I I -We are pleased to announce that Livery seating capacity for four.
building with about 35 bed-rooms ,
I Foley's Honey and Tar for
besides class rooms and halls a mess : -Kidney complaint kills more people coughs
hall, kitchen and laboratory equipped -: than any other disease. This Is due colds and lung troubles Is not affected T. AL CHASTAIN
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by the National Pure Food
with heating apparatus and lights; .: to the disease being so insidious that and
Drug law it contains
also the Presidents home and a gymnasium it ge tsa good hold on the system before as no opiates or Gas Engineer PropritJlYour
otter harmful drugs and
and eight acres of land, and I it is recognized. Foley's Kidney we recom-
mend It as safe for
an abundance of land adjoining this Cure will prevent the development a remedy child-
I ren and adults. City d-w
can be secured at very low figures, <. of fatal disease if taken in time. Pharmacy
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and City Ptarmacy. d-w
Whereas there is no town of City 1 i I I A conspiracy directed against the
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in the State of Florida with a better A unique scene was witnessed re- life of Emperor Nicholas of Russia : t

health record than Bartow, and : cently in the streets of Litchfield I II has been unearthed by the arrest ofa 5

Whereas, no town or city in the| Illinois. Six hundred dollars worthof soldier of the guard regiment who iil
State of Florida is more noted for its liquors were poured Into a sewer has confessed to the acceptance of a

liberality and generosity. by a converted saloon keeper. At large money bribe to assist in the"

Therefore, Be It Resolved, that we, I some revival meetings his 12 year murder of his majesty.
as a District Conference extend our I old daughter was converted and

most hearty thanks and appreciationto j united with the church along with CURES ALL SKIM TROUBLES7-
the citizens of the City of Bartowfor I her mother. She plead with her I MMt

their generous offer, and do re- father to go to the church to see her
spectfully recommend to the Annual baptized. He went and was so deeply Sulphur the Accepted Remedy fora

Conference at its nest session, that impressed by the sermon which Hundred Years.

they accept the offer made by the city he heard that he decided to take a Sulphur Is one of the greatest

of Bartow, and take immediate steps stand for Christ and quit the saloon remedies nature ever gave to man.

for the completion, equipment and es- business. Later he invited several of Every physician knows it cures skin
tablishment of an Orphanage in this the ministers of the place to a bot- and blood troubles. HANCOCK'S

property 1!I tie smashing and thousands rejoicedas LIQUID SULPHUR enables you to

Be It Further Resolved, that a copy I the liquor flowed down the sewers get the full benefit In most conven- Physician
of these resolutions be sent to the instead of in its usual channel down' ient form. Don't take sulphur"tablets" Will
Prescribe Red Rock
Florida Christian Advocate, and a ;the throats of men.-Florida Chris- or "wafers. or powdered
copy sent to the Secretary of the An-I tian Advocate. sulphur in molasses. if he '
HANCOCK'SLIQUID does
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as many others do who know its merits.
nual Conference. SULPHUR is pleasant to It has been endorsed by hundreds of sanitariums
Respectfully submitted Wonderful Kczvnia Cure. I II I take and thousands of
perfect in its action. Drug- physicians and myriads of homes
J. B. MITCHELL I IJOHX I "Our little Dos had eczema for five gists sell it. throughout the country as the Greatest of All

-BEERS. -"V I'1 years" writes X. A. Adams, Henriet- ] A well known citizen of Danville. and?dyspepsiaerance.Beverages.and never It relieves constipation.indigestion

Committee: ta. Pa. "Two of our home doctors I!I Pa., writes: "I have had an aggravated Say RED ROCK! causes Say it PLAIN
I I I Ia 'said the case was hopeless his lungs case of Eczema for Sold
over
twen-
everywhere in
large and MB.H bottle or 5e a glut
1 being atfE'Cted.'e then employed ty-five years. I have used seven 50- from original bottle _
When your back aches it is almost :other doctors, but no benefit resulted.By cent battles of the LIQUID SULPHUR The Red
Rock Co. Fta.i .
invariably an indication that some- chance we read about Electric OINTMENT, and now I feel as though Jacksonville,

thing is wrong. with your kidneys. Bitters; bought a bottle and soon I had a brand new pair of hands. It

Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause nticed improvement We continuedthis has cured me and I am certain It will n

a break down of the entire sys- medicine until several bottles cure anyone if they persist in using

tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder were used, when our boy was completely HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR according -
Pills afford prompt relief weak k d- cured." Best of all blood to directions.

neys, backache*Inflammation of the medicines and body building health "BUTLER EDG R."
bladder and all urinary troubles. tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &

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Laundry
The other day we noticed him as he
GET LUCKY BOYSGet .S.BKOWM. T.E.THOMASOW
came across the bridge, with his wagon -
foil of cotton, chickens, and eggs. BROWN & THOMASON,
He found ready market for his produce
and we thought how happy his
little ones would be when he returned you a Rabit PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
tome in the evening with toys and Foot. Yes man,
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',wile me.in. the We doorway thought to we give could him see a cor41a1 his-I RaNt Foot Overall DR. J. W. WEST I

greeting on his return, so desir-1 Physician and Surgeon. 1
;w were we that he should make {
tone,ones happy and contented. We Union made. Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
woM almost see his cheerful face as Residency at Ethel Hotel It
**o Returned to his family' after a Phone:-Office.No.168.
.,',absence. So we thought, and Rabit Foot Overalls are the best, Residence.NOB.23 or'168.
> Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test Drug Store(Barclay&;Groorer)No-16. I
"WBe4,to our work. feel sure we can give you the
*tat eventide came, and he passed Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, ,greatest satisfaction. There Is an
t window again. He had noth- I Rabit Foot Overalls always fit.. M.E.. BROOME, j!added stiffness and a glorious gloss
..* -work that enhances the
thought*e would have. The Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overalls I put upon our
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the wagon was bare. No little pppearance and lengthens the life of
*i e.'nor toYS,nor'dresses, nor food I-the lucky sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. !'your linen. Bring your Shirts, Collars -
..;the'morrow, nor money in his LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. I Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and
..e:We dare and I Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our
say. The $1.00 $1.25 $1.50Per '
man was Will practice in all the courts of the State. Spec
ik.. He had changed, and this I ial attention given to Conveyances. Collection i ivi. (Laundry, and you will have them
Renta.Etc. All business promptly attendIL. -; "
quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory -
alged .d
our to.
thoughts of his home. |
*t Could see the children shrinking pair. We are the Florida salesman. Watch for NOTAKT PUBLIC STATK AT"= manner at a satisfactory
*.a nla approach, and the wife, so something next week. i rlce..
sworn and sorrowful. She could i
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JJ leg himHe!meet;which him she was with had breaking a intended pleasant her greet-heart smile live[ Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE .

Preparing to make paupers of his I 139.
ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE
;7HreaAlabama Baptist. WORK. : SPECIALTIES. :
i i
t'o The Life Insurance *
*fiddle.has started the public toT I'IP II Ifddllill IIi II III I I I I WI I J II I I II IIId T. J. LYLE FOLEY'SKIDNEY
atiat. The wonderful success that Practical
NOTICETo
h met Ballard's I
Horehound Syrup
erasade on Coughs, Influenza, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER CUREWILL
!4-.hat t and all Pulmonary troub- Contractors and Prospective Builders: ? 35 year's experienceGood
'. started Ute public to thlnk' stock of Watches always on hand.
yf.thia are all wonderful preparation. THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. CURE YOU
using It. Join the
-...and pro- of any case of Kidney or
e,ZSe.- 50c down and with$100. sickness.Sold by will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand WALL PAPERWhen Bladder disease that is not

tee Dug Co. d.w Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. beyond the reach of medi-

Tts- OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. cine. Take it at once. Do

.Ahern 55 ,,,, General Assembly of the in need of nice wall pa- not risk having Bright's Dis-

5 t.hfI fa Birmingham Presbyterian, Alan Church :con-May 1 The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I: per call on H. H. PETTY, at ease or Diabetes. There is

ls .being Allen the 47th annual se&Dr. : If :I HUIIIII II ; P CUNTON & MEEK'S MARKET. I IV nothing gained by delay.
G. Hall I Ii
of Nashville I If 1
hIli I .1 I i
'mat ret1rtng Moderator conducted the 50c. and $1.00 Bottles.
txerdsea. Dr. John R. How- OLfiONETDTM I; REFUSE SUBSTITUTE
f
Montreat. N. C., was then Democrat. City Pharmacy.v .
Daily
Moderator. Subscribe for the Cures Cold** Wsv aCs Pneamoa e

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4 a LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESDAY MAX 22YlO'l.. :

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT board and County SuperintendentWood Live Oak. Fla., May 7, 19 07. -#

Published every Afternoon... who is recognized' 'as one of Notice is hereby given that we.

Except S1tnc r. I the best school officers In the state the undersigned tax payer' and Q9od appreciate
territory to be known
and citizens of the [ 1fJiJnsiJ
and whose good
:
: tirejessjjnergy Tax School
J. F.SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'gT.Entered moth as the Rixford Special
f ndgme9t has done so for.the district will present to the Board of

at the- PostoOc. Live Oak.t'schools of Suwannee'county.t Public Instruction. first Tuesday In Clothing atl
that a
t Professor Edwards June petition requestlon
Florida. as Second Class Mill Mat But to A
I be called for the pur-
November T 1995. times and under special election
ter. gentleman at all Tax :
of establishing a Special
t I all circumstances, student and scholar pose School district as set up In the following : reason price

THE UTE Oil PUBLISHING COIPUT. with the co-operation of Ms able petition desiring to become a ,

i and admirable teachers who have assisted Special Tax School .district for the
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be)i of levying and collecting a :
him. have met all the responsibilities purpose
mailed to any put of the United district school tax for the exclusive II I

States postage prepair. for $5.00 and requirements unreservedly use of the public free schools withIn ;(

per year; $2.50 torah- months; I and conscientiously. They have the district and of which said district -. .

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents been devoted to their labors, true to the boundaries are herein set : Hs H-

for five weeks, in advance. Delivered i their trust and the Suwannee High out towlt: Commencing at the ,

to of the city by southwest corner of Section 11,Town-t' I
any part I School is stronger today than ever 13 [
ship 2. south of Range
carrier ,for 10 cents per week. before because of the efficiency ning from thence north one-half mile

s I and the perfect and thorough to section line; thence west one mile We have to be prepared to do

{ Now for the High School building. : organization maintained to section line;'thence north one-hair things well and this applies to '.

throughout the entire term. The mile to section line; thence west one ; everything. For Instance Roberts -
mile to southwest corner of Section
Business conditions were never I good work of Professor Edwards and 4; thence) north three miles to northwest -i, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co. '

better in Lire Oak. his assistants wiU live for years in corner of Section 28. Township have six big specialty factories ,

I the hearts and minds of the pupils 1. south of Range 13 east; thence with a daily capacity of 40,000 ;

There is talk again of the "Before and parents of this school and all east one mile to section line; thence pairs. They employ expert

Day Club" at Tallahassee. '' can truly say. 'TIs work well done.** nee north river along; thence section eastward line to along Suwan-the j workmen use the best materialIn

The Democrat wishes teachers Suwannee river to section line be-' all their shoes and the latest ;

Lincoln. Nebraska Bryan's home i I and pupils a pleasant and profitable tween Sections 21 and 22. Township I and best machinery is used. ,.

city has adopted the initiative and i holiday and that the graduates 1. south of Range 14 east; thence f They are prepared to make good

referendum. whose days in the Suwannee High south to township line; thence west i! shoes, that's why"STAR BRAND |
mile i
1 line one-half ;
:: on township
I I School have ended may find all along thence south one mile to section line; i : SHOES ARE BETTER." One

1 We are glad to see the legislature through life that their training had thence west one-half mile to section of their shoes the QUAKER,"

i getting "hot under the collar." Good better fitted them for a happy useful :line,: ; thence south one mile; thence+f for women, at 3.00 Is the best ',
I 1
j hard work may be expected from this life, and armed them for the prob- half west mile one-half; thence mile;west thence one south mile one-and .. ,' shoe for the money we can find. .

to the end of the session. lems of this busy hustling world. ;
on '. one-half to range line between The Star on the heel, and the t> '

I|Ranges 13 and 14; thence northi t word "QUAKER woven with .
STATE RIGHTS. J I
The Knight immigration bill is a I along range line one-half mile; .
j the guaranteesthat
silk in facing are ; ;
good measure, and should be enact- I The St. Louis Republic is pointing ]1,thence west two, miles to southwest -t Is
{ out a mighty safe road for the Democratic corner of Section 11, Town- i the 'QUAKER honestly I Icoustl"Udf'd f

ed into law. Florida needs immigrants party to travel next year I II |ship two south of Range 13 east to' and will satisfy. I I s:
and the only way to get themis 1
when it advises campaign against :point of beginning: Come see them ,and "WALK i I
by work along the line made I a I E. R. Wise, J. W. :MlkeU, J. S. I
the encroachment of the Federal OX STARS. r Mikell. T. A. Mlkell. A. W. Win-,
law.possible by Mr. Knight's proposed : government upon the rights of the I I i burn. F. C. :Murphy J. :M. Williams': The best woman in the world !It

states. The Republic says: I P. H. Lewis. P. S. MlkeU. A. M. could not make good bread if
i 'Lewis J. F. Howell. C. A. Johnson. I.
"The tendency of the Republican I she didn't have good flour. The j t
An exchange says: "What Is, the t. C. H. Brinson J. L. Haddock. J. T.I
world coming to? A Tennessee post- party at the present time is in the I' :Mikles J. O. Oliver. O. C. Allison best woman in the world could i If yea are, you canespeetitg Ct

:direction of denying to the states the R. J. Allen. J. H. Burnett. J. n't make good butter If she did- I ..;
master is said to have shaken his
right to govef themselves in their Ward W. R. Driver. G. W. n't have the right kind of milk to see !r.U1a
fist at the president and still lives. R. W. Allison J. M. J. T"j' i
Hinglan. to churn. Neither could the I
own way. if that way happens not to interest try
I I in
But. perhaps he. like the schoolboywho Doliyraple. J. C. Skeen. you our
suit the views or the convenience of best woman In the world make
shook his fist at the teacher
shook It in his pocket!'* the dominant party in Washington.In J Notice Of Special Tax School Election ; good cake if she used salt for t I and varied stock of spk-ja

Branford District No. 4. !
nearly every utterance President sugar. r

L The Jamestown Com- Roosevelt indicates a desire to med- In accordance with Chapter 4673 i new Clothingfor Spra
Exposition !
dle In all state affairs that are not and the schooj laws of Florida an Summer which in Style
pany has undertaken a task the ac- election will be held In Branford
eomplyishment of which will be one conducted as he thinks they ought Special Tax School District at the and *s
assortment is
of the most distinct services to the to be. Federal political machines.assume usual voting place on ['\ on all

South that it could render. That is. to dictate and control, the -ac. .1 Tuesday June llth. A.,D. 19O7. 4 that shown by the leaded}-

the collection at the Exposition, of tion of state political n.ention87 I I to elect three, trustees to, serve, for DOWLING LUMBER &
all books written as contributions of Step by step Republican aggressions the succeeding "tWoears., and to determine ing establishments of Ne|

upon the rights and powers of the the maximum number of '
the South to literature that can be City. If you haven't ta
states are growing into precedentsto mills of district-school tax to be lev-
secured. It
is an- entirely unique
feature in exposition history. Nothing Justify still further usurpations.The ied W.for G.each Vernon,of said.E..years.D. Blanchard this Spring to see theca
.
Democratic party has. throughout NAVAL l STORES[
of the kind has ever been undertaken and R. A. Ivey are appointed inspectors value we offer in '
its history been the defender of
before. The plan is to ask and N. H. Green, clerk.
publishers and authors throughoutthe the rights of the states. It must next Done by order of Board of Public
If
year reaffirm its championship of Instruction of Suwannee County Fla..
South to send in Southern books J. E.
WOOD E. R.
WISE.
which will be placed on exhibitionand existence.them as a fundamental part of its See y and stiPeCh&.rman.. COMPANY f MICIIALESSTEE1NE !

returned after the exhibition ,
closes.A "The Democratic party ought to Notice Of Special Tax School Election .

take the strongest possible ground on Luraville District No. 1O.. .

this question. It should be strong In accordance with Chapter 4678 DOWLIXG PARK, FkL
number of bills proposing the and the school laws of Florida an --...
enough to compel the Republicans to
creation of new counties have been I met the issue squarely and without election will be'held in Luraville _1_' I I . I I I . I I .
f Special Tax School cion[
introduced intq the Florida Legisla- District at the
equivocation. There are any numberof usual voting place on
ture which fact
the
suggests query instances in which the Roosevelt Tuesday June llth A. D, 19O7. Xotice Of Special Tax School Election
will there be a new apportionmentof
administration has crossed the line to elect three trustees to serve for Midway District No. fc.
representation or an amendmentto and the succeeding two years and to determine
invaded the
rights of the states.
the constitution? The constitution the maximum number of In accordance with Chapter 4678 You shouldn't delay ecsai
provides that there shall be 100 This invasion Is really an invasion of mills of district school tax to be levied and the school laws of Florida an

members of the legislature--32 sen- the organic law of the land. It is a for each of said years. election will be held in Midway Spec other day. You cant &
violation of the constitution and a T. I. ,McIntosh G. F. Gamble and ial Tax School District, at the. usual
ators and 68 representatives. Under dangerous policy. If not checked our C. S. LeFever are appointed Inspectors voting place on equal of this celebrated.*_ j
the present apportionment and L. M.
Ballentine.
clerk.
every
county has one representative and a state courts will soon be asking Done by order of Board of Public Tuesday June 11th, A. D. 1007.to anywhere in tows 1
themselves what they are here for." Instruction elect three
of Suwannee trustees
County Fla. to for
few of them two; but no county has serve
Of *
There was never any lawful groundof J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE the succeeding two years and to de- more than we ask.
more than two representatives no President Roosevelt to undertakehis Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. termine the maximum number of

matter how largely it may prepon- mills of district school tax to be levied high-grade, cependaHe
campaign '
against the state of 4
derate in population and wealth a Notice Of Special Tax School Election for each of said years. *
constitutional amendment increasingthe California in the San Francisco O'Brien District Xo. 3. G. H. Dorman. J. A. DeBerry and vials faultless in cut asT;

legislative school matter. He has no business In accordance with Chapter J. Y.\Brown are appointed.Inspectors *$
membership, would 4678
meddling with the affairs of his business and the school laws of Florida and W. IL Horn clerk. ing and up-to-the-niisU. ,J
make it to have an
necessary a new Done
apportionment by order df
and he should be told as much election will be held at O'Brien Special of Board Public fashion loam
vanced ;
that would put the Tax School Instruction of Suwannee County. Fli. ,
by the Democratic party. The Republic District at the usual J. E.
populous counties on a footing with place onTuesday WOOD. E. R. WISE. '.
is right when It demands In so Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. selection of any sudt'
those most sparsely settled-Savannah June 11th, A. D. 19O7.
words that the
many make
Morning News.SCWANNEE .: party to elect three trustees to serve for 25.00 with every asss-i*
this one of the great issues of the the NOTICE.
succeeding two ,
years and to de- a;
next campaign. termine the maximum number of Notice Is herebyigiven f that' permanent satisfaction-3
the
HIGH SCHOOL.The mills
of district school tax to be levied undersigned
Annual Commencement of for each of said years. as administrator of the got,the best Tlle old
Why Widows Flirt."I Estate of J. A. you
J. W Adams
Barnes. J. H. Flemming and deceased will -tat
190C-07 term of the Sawanaee High saw such a pretty woman at a T. C. "Williams are appointed In- on Monday, the first day of July. the price you paid. I

School is now a thing of the past. disadvantage the other night" the spectors and Rufus Griffin clerk. 1907. present his vouchers receipts

The last of the exercises were givenat little real widow was saying. "She Instruction Done by of order Su of Board of Public and report of and for the Estate of tl J

the Auditorium last, night when was married. She was sitting at a J. E. WOOD. annee E.County R. WISE.. Fla. J. A. Adams deceased and there- f

the sweet girl graduate and the table with some other pretty women Sec'v and Snpt. Chairman. upon apply for his final discharge as Smart Spring SniisMJ.

bright manly: 'youth were given their and handsome men and her hus- Notice Of [ administrator of the said 3
Special Tax School estate.J.
diplomas, and they now go out into band. Her husband began to flirt Houston: District Xo. 8 Election. H. WETHERINGTON. : ;

life through with school days. Other outrageously with one of the women In accordance with Chapter 4678 21'6m Administrator. $3.00 toc'I

pupils after a season will again en- I wish you could have seen the look and the school laws of Florida an _

ter the school there to remain until that came over her face. Every- election Tax win be held In Houston Special GUARDIAN NOTICE.

they too. will receive diplomas for body in the room saw how distressedshe voting place School on District at the usual. Notice Is hereby given that

their finished work and pass from the was. Tuesday June of sixty this dayS after the first publication of tee :t
llth A.
D. 1 O7. notice '. as guardian Clothes made ;
school room Into the world armed "Now. what I want to know is this. to elect throe trustees to for the estate of Haffie of. and .
serve for Louise path
and equipped for the never endingstruggle Why didn't she go to work and flirt the succeeding two years and to determine hug s minor will Strip- in handsome }
make
and all the better preparedto with one of the handsome men to get the maximum number of repor. and vouchers of my annual tailored to resist wear
said Gnardiansnip
mills
'
of -
overcome the disappointments and even* Any one of them was quite i for district school tax to be levied to the Honorable J. X. Connor their shapeliness
each of said years.XT County
evils, and to gain success because of ready and willing but. no. wives J. 11. Long S. W. Kennedy and J. I city of Live Judge Oak at his office In the values that sell e1sevttJt

having passed through the Suwannee never seem to be able to do that. Knight are appointed Inspectors ,Bald time ask Florida. and wilt at in a
for a final here Jmentofattractivc
to $10.50
High school work successfully. On They Just sit ready to cry with every- and Epstein Ollff clerk. : from said guardianship.. discharge iJ
Done by I 1:1
the mind will be stamped the lessons body noticing order of Board of Public J.

taught by loving parents and devoted "That'sj the advantage we real J.Instruction E. WOOD of Suanat E.? County R. WISE.Fla Guardian for Harne Louise Stripling. to$7.50.

instructors that will stand for a life widows have over wives We don't Sec'y and Supt. Chairman.
A little
time. have to sit and watch our husbands Disturbed the Congregation Kodol tawes occasionaly --

Under the principalshlp of Prof. flirting with other women. We know The person who disturbed the congregation especially after eating Will relieve

LL JB. Edwards the wortlCAnd..efficiency where they are and we also .know last..Sunday: by continual, sour ptomact1.' belching and heart-

of our school has .1 improved that whatever they may chance 'tope coughing is requested to bay a bottleof bur.y says 8Jgal ..ol Ne spo TenD.. BUTLER

from year to rear until It, 'today'a doing they are probably not Foley's Honey an&Tal': City Phar of 1fee.OOtUes: ol--Kodol cared him

model school. In 'this work he has I I flirting."-New York Press macy. d-w- d1'f pepsj It 11 SOld here by CUT f Ir

l .1. Pharmacy.: a "MENS' OUT

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LOCALS( AND PERSONALS 1 .1 ::1S41ALVALUETfD w-I.: ( : 'CUNTO iiiiiiiiiiiimiitEEK i



- SHATTERS OF INTEREST BRIEFLY
Clmo1CLED FOR DEMOCRAT
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READERS AT II\W


The Ladies : : -

[THEY COME AND THEY 60 "" .'. Emporium[


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of Live Oak ud Suwannee We all know: that Merchandise in every line is steadily advancing and REAL, Bargains

Z ews scarce.
Gouty CU ered by the Demo %

s cent ReporterHon. We are constantly on the look out for specials, (where the quality first-class. ) and always give
.
.. our customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while they last r ... .*


W. A. Tlson. Wellborn.. his
city today. :
tie I HANDKERCHIEFS. Shirt Waists at less than cost of ma- t Skirts .,.. ... ....... .60c to $8.00

CoL IL B. Small of Lake City, is 25 doZe Embroidered 50c to 75cvalues terial. See the values at... 98c Corset Covers n.u..,23c to $1-3O:

,. It tk. city today. I at three for ... ..t.oo' Latest Winsor Ties, Brown Plaids Chemise .. ... ... .. .08c to $SO
each .., .. ... .. 25c .
Motley went to Madison on 25 doz. Embroidered 35c to 50c Drawers .. ... ... .....33c to $ .oo
P. Fans each ... ..
t" B. 5c, lOc and 25c
values each at. . . 25c
ulaeu thla morning. 10 per cent discount this week only.
) r White Wash Skirts, eachOSc to $:'=" >O
25 doz. Embroidered and Lace lOc -

; W E. Tlaon and wife of the Park. values each a.t. . ... 5c .
1 Long Silk Gloves and Mitts, per -
,
'i ytrt here this morning. ., Muslin Underwear made of best -

i I'r Sample Hand Bags, at wholesale quality. Cambric and Nainsook cut pair ..... .. .... ....5Oc to $1.73

J. C. Parnell taking in'the sights prices . . :. 5Oc to $1.75 extra fulL 500 doZe Pear Buttons. 2 dozen

>d Bowling Park today. White Wash Belts each. . lOc, Gowns . . .. .6Oc to $-1.00 for .. .... ....... ... .. 5c
r
T. B. Tarver. of Floral City was .r

t i here this morning. .i

r Bloxham Gardner n Wellborn Pr HE LADIES EVFORIUmlltl

.today. 'PHONE 159liiiinnin L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR
1 *
;'' Judge Raney of Tallahassee. Is 1 III n iMnmiMiii iMiiiiiniiiiiiiii ii iniiiniiiinitt IIMM , tltll

fc r* today. -' -

DeWitt's Little Early Risers, fam- See the new turn-over belts white See the new butler color net. for pUs. Take the children of Messrs
Lattlmer White and family are I and the Ladies' Emporium. 3t waists at the Ladles' 20-3 ,
I ous little pills. Sold by City Phar- tan at Emporium. ., Rubenstein, Suraski Fleet and
spending the day at the Park. macy, / I Lazarus, and all of them are forgingto

I There is a picnic at the Park today Pain caused by boils burns scalds the front; they make good students -

!I I Little Mattle Thompson went to 'Frank McGhan Jr., of Valdosta.Ga. and many of our people went. and skin diseases Is promptly relievedby !. and not one of them reflects

M tt 'Park this morning. ., came over yesterday to work on We regret that we are unable to DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel discredit upon the community.

I the new hotel. name them all. Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City I "Honor to whom honor is due" has
IM L B. Sutton wife and baby went '- I.LOST'Vatch Pharmacy. always been our motto.

Iii I 9 to the Park this morning. Monk Harrison and Conductor fob heart charm i

'>) Kennedy are here today on court with initials "W. G. H." Finder. return Mrs. L. T. Morgan's pupils will Dennis Turner Jr.. Willis Mitchell
... !(you want to sell see J. M. Bailey business. to W. G. Hair ,and receive re- give a private recital at the residence and another colored boy named
"
- &i licensed auctioneer. He sells. ward.; -. / ;It of Dr. and Mrs: C, S., Brown this Taylor have been placing obstructions -

... -- Fifth City Band will play at the '- evening at half past seven o'clock. on the Florida Railway of late.
\4tb Miss Z. Elliott of Mayo was registered Fair Tuesday Wednesday and T : 'The_J.: ZJ..,G. society,will meet.a Mrs Morgan will be assisted by Mrs.S. The grandfather of the boys was instructed -
at the Ethel last night. day nights. : :' )urp1 the parlor'of the Ethel! hotel .tomorrow C. Humphreys and the parents of by Sheriff Rlckerson and
"I I! :
\ I ,' and a ful\, attendance of the children1 having parts will be expected Marshal Lyle to bring the lads to

](rs. Copeland and Miss Cynthia Miss Annie Hemming returned to members Is earnestly requested. to be present. town which he did yesterday anda

.!left for the Park this morning. Madison this morning 19 resume her : "drum head courtmartlal" followed. -
Two second hand buggies for Little Miss Bessie .
school work. + Ingersoll was a The officers sentenced each one
31i 81 Luke Fair opens at 4 p. m., "__ 1( sale cheap. ,Come earl It TOU want pupil in Miss Farnsworth's room of of the 'boys to receive twenty-five

...Taeiday Please everybody come. 'Come prepared to' treat jour'girl the ,Ick. J. B. Barton' )& Co.. H. L.I tte High School. Sbe has been lashes with a buggy whip to be deli-

Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursdayat Ii Campbell, manager.S j awarded a prize in the shale>> of a vered by the grandfather, and the
Miss Barnett Tillman of Norwood the Auditorium. t I handsome book for keeping her "old man" laid them on good. Be-

retimed home this morning. A. W. McLeran anti daughter, I desk the tidiest in the room. It 13 alI : fore he got through he was tired

Strawberry. Banana. vanilla and :Miss Blanche and Miss Kate Liddon I:I honor the little. lady feels proud of, but could have applied a few more

Sam Smith of Madison is in the- Nut Ice Cream today. Florida Book camp up from Wellborn last nightto I and we,congratulate ber upon rec2v- lashes because he saw the wisdom of
dty today a guest of the Ethel. &; News Co. It attend commencement exercises. i ing the just recognition. such punishment. We will wager

.' ." I, money that those little niggers will
Anything from a lawn mover to a Fine home-made candies. Hylers' FOR SALE-One Bay mare six Miss Nelson who has taught in not go in sight of a railroad again

: nt-llUl bowl at St. Luke fair. fancy candies at Auditorium duringthe years old. Fancy saddler and drives I'': our High School for several terms for some time to come and you could
K St. Luke Fair. well In harness. Apply to R. J. I left for ner home In Lynchburg, Va. not make them a present of an ex-

i C. H. Brown went to Jacksonville Taylor Live Oak Fla., ." 18.31I I, this morning. Miss Nelson has cursion ticket.

ul Tampa this morning on business. J..G. Williams postmaster at Nor endeared herself to our people. She
There will be a basket supper at Best Friend '
wood was here yesterday on busi- is a lady of rare accomplishments, a My
XlaeI Ada Townsend and Caro ness. Rlxford school house Friday night splendid teacher and one of the I Alexander Benton who lives on

ng be Webb went to the Park this.. before the first Sunday ,in June, for noblest women the Southland knows.It I Rural Route I, Fort Edward. N. Y..

idftkg! miming. Slayter Knight, who has been attending the benefit .of Antioch church. is safe to say that she cannot remain gay: "Dr. King's New Discovery

school here returned to his Everybody invited. away from Live Oak long. my best earthly friend. It cured me c
*, ,
!lat felt matresses for sale at has also
home in Mayo yesterday.If of asthma six years ago. It
attf I irtttorium Tuesday Wednesday and Miss Erie Right the efficient agentof Congressman Sparkman. while, performed a wonderful cure of la-" .

flay.t you want dray ing done or a the Coast Line at Suwannee Station bere yesetrday and this morning, was wife. The first bottle eaded the terrible -
;trW trunk carried to the depot right is visiting friends here today. I the guest of B. W. Helvenston's cough, and this accomplished

D* ***. Chu.Westmoreland left this I quick phone 129. W. N. Boatright. Miss Erie has hosts of friends in Live family. Last evening Messes Spark- the other symptoms left one by one
1IIOrIII& for Hampton. Ga.. to be Oak. and at all times they are gladto man and Helvenston, Mrs. Helven- until she was perfectly well. Dr.

ltd I II -nt- two weeks. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills greet her. ston and :Miss Anderson made an King's New Discovery's power over

relief for weak kidneys auto trip to Suwannee Springs,' and coughs and colds Is simply marvelous. i
inl! afford
a **rfumerT. Face Powders Cold "headache, prompt and urinary troubles.Soldiby -Orlco Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best the distinguished visitor expressed ." No other remedy has ever
- I CrtaDvSahe. for women and children. Its mild himself as surprised and delighted equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar-
Fancy Soaps etc. at City Pharmacy.
It. Late I action and pleasant taste makes it with what he saw. clay & Groover, druggists. 50c and '
tale ::
Tuesday, Wednesday
:4U ltd : preferable to violent purgatives such $1.00. Trial bttle free.
Thnda1 Moss Ruth Wolfe went to Wellbornthis dw'r
7 fePor I I as pills tablets, etc. Get the booklet II i :Miss Agnes M. Fitts who has been
-anee acompanied by her
: [morning | and a sample of Orlno at City Phar- : teaching In the High School here,
;: couiax! ,' Miss iWlllIe Carver.J. I ,
,..ndtor macy. d-W returned to her home in Danville
i
iI OURCATALOG
Sale I Va.. this morning. Miss Fitts is a GET
J C. Baisden and family spent to- 1
very attractive young lady, and during -
day at the Park.: They were accompanied her stay in Live Oak, made none
by Miss Blanche Grubb. Wedding i I Ii but friends. She Is evidently one of

Ono : the F. F. V.'s. and now that she has
ANDUNIMP80 (D.ilyReal O. B. Culbreth wife and daughter, so many friends and admirers in
l I
:: of West Lake, who have been visit- i PresentsI Live Oak and is such a capable

ing here, returned home this morn- teacher, we fail to see why she

Estate[ Ing. I, THE should not return.:
We have just issueda
0.7 *'. 16
., The Epls pal Fair opened at the i JUNE BRIDES Miss :McClinton one of our best complete page
Auditorium today. This should be teachers leaves for Lake City this Catalog of our large

farms Etc liberally patronized by all of our peo I evening and from there will go to stock of Books ,

:eMy ple. I Or those who choose her home in Fort White. Misses Bibles, :Musical Instruments -
I Just Mann and Farnsworth go to Hamil-
,; at! the month of May. Stationery -
ranJnane WANTED practical, man who look in at our exquisite ton county and soon the city will be II and Novelties
understands the latest and. best pro- Diamond Pins Brooches deserted, as far as school ma'amsare
: Watches '
cess of jtaning leather. Address W. : and Bracelets Rings.Etc. Everything concerned. We hope every one
YOUR B. Collins Live Oak Fla.Miss ./ :I in Jewelry. Our II' of them will return. The faculty, Sent Free on Application
real PROPERTY I ; customers are always I II of the High School the past time has
I pleased.RADFORD. Har.
good one.
been an excedingly
1 I of Wellborn
lels Mamie TJson. in Line
mony has prevailed, the patrons are Everything our
to the
WITHUS came over today on her way
Park to visit the family of her brother pleased.

E. Tison.
W.
--4 A notable phase in school life here

is the prominence; the Jewish children -
Ladies I dust opened'*'vires*, i- stepping into. The parents, FLORIDA BOOK
are }
Blff i. W [ lW mafilijg: room In the Lewin buildin : The Jeweler generally speaking are uneducatedin '
and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction but their I'
I the English language
Give me a trial. l; UVC OAK, TLA. lAND NEWS
twin guaranteed. of
] ;RJR: Building, Room 3. MRS. KIGHT. ,. children are among the best pu- CO.'i L


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been ably asslI Tl'lti' J.\\. )t.\.Y 21. 18(1:.. "'
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board and -- -- -- ---- .

ooa Wood, who Is--! .

the best sch j FLORIDA RAILWAY :,

CONFEDERTEbL'SIOti. I SCHEDULE.
and 'wbbse I

I Ma'g'i Judgmeit hay 0 a':a. Co. CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. U R? ANB A. C. L.ItLDo .u h.: 1

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boots.f"; .
'pals: c TOIL '- :
:&& >
; Richmond. BUl-/

'. Manufacturers ()f }II.. yanLDa
*
:.- The Seaboard Air Line Railway W.-i aDd :ttATIONS..c. 1ieDeesa
: +11 .
.1 announces low excursion rates from Lumber Shingles, Ice Electric Lights, Dad7. $pe IRSamiat.

I all Florida points made one cent per ,

J mile to Richmond. Va.. and return and Turpentine. '
Power _....
, account of the RetnloDTickets on 130 a.. 130pmLy a s-

! sale May 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30th. L.. '_" "''t8
furnished tor Residence f 10 a m t 34 pm a
the city
of
! The Seaboard operates double daily Electric Lights in any part SkI ._.
reasonable rate. Electric Powerday 106 a a S 54 pmLy t service from Tampa. Jacksonville Business Houses at very t..
i or L.. .... .-- ----
t and other Florida points. Extra and night current-for manufacturing purgeWholesale 1Y .mS"pm _Sirtt..a Z4 Lv 3t a Is.a

1 through Pullman sleepers and ;day J ao s s 418 pm Ly. Kam-
.._. .
WSlmarth
.1 coaches hare been arranged so all and retail Ice-out of City orders blspecial attention S 40.M 41ip.Ar. w :- ..

may be made comfortable. promptly filled i50I'v 4.bL
and all orders rsviUa _.
_..._ _
In order to allow their patrons to We1.i11 good prices on low grade ceiling and 10 a m L _-Leravii.Lb'J J'lOa
Exposition, the give you 130 aID .
Tisit the Jamestown prices. Ar_______ Wilmuth.....-.............,.,.,._.. : 1 1ii' ;
Come and our ; "'
Seaboard will honor return portionnf flooring. get m !

II; Richmond tickets from PortS-! ---- -- ._ i"a"m .20 pm Ly 0.t '---.Ai ,R a t 1 1IO10sa j ju
-- --
--
t r' mouth. The t.; round trip rates ---30th.--1903.- and-- approved--- (5J) tt In width. 4upm Ly --511"- BiYW-L. .a'.'1 i

from some of the Important points In September October 6th. 1903. : Be It Ordained by the Mayor and torn a. 430 pm Lv -N-; ... j- ,
!
Florida are as follows. Be it ordained by the Mayor and ; City Council of the City of Live Oak Ar......_- .)(&70.-. .....--L., if
: of LIT Oak. :. Florida: 10 II 1ft_a 4e pm ......_u._ .. tlasata
of the City .. \ .
Jacksonville . .. . . $13.: City Council Section 1. That Wilbur street in 10 40 a s L. --- z... & "."

J t G Lake City .. .. .. . 13-75 Florida Section: la. That Section I, Section the City of Live Oak. Florida as It :0 IiO a m.&z' -ttoa.-: ._ :
and ----
r Lire Oak . . .. .. 13.75 : and Section 7' of Ordinance now stands be opened the eastern extended side of i0 6S a m 'ILY :: Y'I'I

Madison .. . ... ... H-O'J No. IS of the City of Live Oak. "established from fifty feet U 05 a .. Ar.-- ::
entitled Ohio avenue in said City ..... v.F__-_..
t.
II ,- Monticello u . . . H.i3 Florida being an ordinance prohibit the run- '. in width at right angles with said U 10 a s 4 G p mILT- S-'p .II! .IIU20am4Upm
ordinance to
1 Tallahassee .. ..... .. 15.45 "An ning a. large on the streets of the Ohio avenue eastward to White streetIn c..l.pf f.a,tla-

'1 ;; Gainesville .... up. 15.15 City of Live Oak. of horses. mules White's Addiiton to the said Cityo Lv.-_... ...___--.5alt w"" t", .
northern boundaryof 4 A m ..
the IS m P
Oak U a
: Ocala .. ................. 15.75 hogs and goats, and to provide for Live which said, extension shall be a _--.A+ 1cL-_ .""'I.w !'hit. .

' = Leesburg n. . un.". 16.55 the impounding and disposing of the line drawn at right angles with Ohio U.s. m 510pmLY-- Ii az4
October 6, 1903 be Lv
CblrL '
+ Tarares ... .... ....,.... 16.70 same. approved amended so avenue hem a point on the eastern a a 517 p m+ fI.j"'"
the are hereby .
and same x.-- T.
1 Apopia. u ...u u. 16.70 as to read as follows: side of Ohio aTenw" directly oppositeto 06 a m 5 ZT p m'Lv' '..&ak

; Orlando .. ... .....:-. 16.70 "Section 1. Horses, mules hogs the northern bounadry stands running of Wilbur at 135 m,Lv-..---Feolaiiowsi--... ... .K s ''b.Z4 .
It now 16. m p '
street as
I Dade City ......... .I*. 17.05 and goats stall not be allowed to run to said Ohio avenue 1032 m'Lv--', __-----Dei rk.-_""-' .
rifht angles ; a
1 .
of the streets. alleys m t 43 p ,11.
! s Plant City .,. ... .... u 17.55 at large lanes upon or unenclosed any property of feet to White street in White's Addi- a I : -_---I'err7-_ _.==1'a
,
Tampa .. ... ....... 17.55 tte City of Live Oak and that cows tion in said City therefrom of Live Oak.three FIo feet"- 134 ID i"P-tl uti1s

Manatee .. . ... .. ,.. 18.50 shall not be allowed to run at large ida. excepting the -
of ;
t across the northern side Telephone Stance (f> Flag Statwa. (r) B.ePter. fJ&(.!*,
a Palmetto . . . . 18.50 upon any of the streets lanes or Parshley family burial grounds (o) Telegraph or T. P. ezsros sap *
said or Station
of the City
Bradentown ._. .. .. .. . 18.50 public highways within which is Included In said descriptionand quq BUS. Genera er Agent
other unenclosed premises
i Sarasota ...._. .. .. . 18.70 the. following boundary in said City within. the Iron fence inclosingsaid
I burial grounds. -
I While these rates are announced of Live Oak, Florida, to-wit: IL That condemnation -

for the Confederate they Be innig at a point where Irvin Section Instituted in the
:, Veterans proceedings shall be '
and: First streets intersects and running Veterans ReuiRICHMOND
open to the public. south to where Irvin and Car- name of the with City the of provisions UTe Oak of In the ac- Confederate
cordance
( The Seaboard have Issued a Tery roll streets intersect thence east to
made and
in such case provided
: Statutes
\5 attractive and expensive folder de- Houston street thence south along of carryingout
for the purpose
I(-, TOted entirely to this occasion. Cop- Houston street to John street thence the provisions of Section 1 of
east on John street to Church street VIRGINIA
f ies of this folder and other information street to this Ordinance. ,
thence south on Church cor-
; Section IIL That this ordinance \
; can be obtained on application poration line thence east on corpora
shall take effect its passage b:
upon
L to any Seaboard agent or to tion line to White street, thence the
Howard the Council and approved by MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd 190f
north on White street to
S. C. Jr.
;:: BOYLSTOX. street. thence east on Howard streetto Mayor, or upon its becoming an ,
Assistant General Passenger Agent, ordinance without the approval of tha
,
a point opposite Georgia avenue
C Jacksonville, FU. thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.
Introduced by Alderman F. Ion VIA
; The Episcopal Diocesan Convention avenue to the northeast corner of
Robertson, and passed by City
in session at Savannah, Ga.. decidedto Bryson street and Georgia avenue, Council regular session assembledon
;ttence due north along section line
divide the Diocese of Georgia. The this 8th day of April A. D. 1907.

proper papers will be presented to to thence a 'point west to opposite and along Fifth Fifth street streetto -:President CHAS. H.City BROWN Council.; ATLANTIC COAST LINE I

the General Convention for the divi- Atlantic Coast Line railroad
S thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:
sion. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I .
.
Coast Line railroad to First street.
s. P. clays. l.'UYlerlt of the
thence west along First street to
; If You Don't of beginning." City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby

r' succeed the first time use Herbine point"Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above and foregoing
Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass- Tickets sale daily from May 1 26th to 30th rodsRates
t the City Marshal or any deputy on
L and you will get Instant relief. The ed by the City Council on the 8th day
Marshal or policeman of the said
; greatest liver regulator. A positive of and of .April A. D. 1907 and the same for this occasion is
City to take possession placein
t- cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia a pound to be provided for that is hereby certified to the Mayor for

t' Malaria Chills and all liver com- purpose any horse, mule, hog or goat his approTaL'Witness from JacksonvilleFor
$13.75
my hand and seal of said
found by Mm or them running at
plaints. Mr..Cof Emory. Texas City this 8th day of April A. D.
of the streets, alleys.
writes *My wife has been Herr large upon any
: .using
highways or other unenclosed property 1907.Seal the Round virtually one cent a ale
) S. P. MAYS, Trip or
blue for herself and children for five within said City and likewise f ,

years. It is a sure cure for constipation take possession of and place in said City Clerk. distance traveled with correspondingly low rates n :

and malaria fever which is substantiated pound any cow found by him or them this Examined 9th day of and April approved.'A. D. 1907.by me points. Extension of limit to July 6th can be obtaaj
at large on of the streets
}t- by what it has done for running alleys lanes public any highways or M. E. BROOME. Mayor. depositing ticket with special agent and paymenta

r my family/* Sold by Suwannee Drug other unenclosed property of said'
cents at tune of dejx>sit ,
rc, Co. d-w- City of Live Oak within the bound-
r aries prescribed In Section I hereof." I For full information and Pullman reservations wnI

t ORDINANCE 58. impounding"Section VII.stock For under catching this ordin-and A LIQUID COLD CURE call on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger

An Ordinance amending Section '
ance, the City Marshal shall be entitled -AND- Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville. Fla.

beInn to the following fees, namely:

For catching and impounding horses
< salary to be received by the officers LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUPTHE
mules and cows fifty cents per bead,
of the City of Lire Oak. Florida ap-
goats thirty cents per head, bogs onedollar
&
proved October S, 1903. head. For feeding and Live Oak Perry
Be It Ordered by the Mayor and per j ,
taking care of such stock while in
City Council of the City of Live Oak. _
round for horses mules and cows he

Florida: shall receive forty cents per day per THE ORIGINAL Railroad Company.
Section 1. That Section Three (3)
,
bead each, for bogs or goats ten cents
of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of
ordin- per day per head each; for advertisIng HE II Schedule Effective April 7, 190T.
Live Oak. Florida, being an
I and selling such animals he shall -

ance entitled "An ordinance fixing 1 receive the sum of fifty cents for IDEAThe waxy'BOUND '

the salary to be received by the officers horses, mules or cows per head and le t.ct.wss p.CIAS8No. 1sT our. r

of the City of Live Ook. Flor- for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- Hail A Pmueo.Frt. mod T rk,2

ida." approved October 6, 1503, be five cents per head each. The word Pas& trer. Paaa.

and the same is hereby amended so "hog" under this ordinance shall be Nn.LDsdj s *
fed Ctorw No.1. No.8. .3. NaZ
BloMom sal tM buy B .
*
M
as to read as follows:
taken to include "pigs. Ivory Bottl. SUOO&7
(Section 3.) The City Marshal Section Ha. That this Ordinance I I Only Sausds r ,

shall receive a salary of sixty-five I "A Cold or a Couch nearly always pro.duces
shall take effect immediately upon A.M.. P.M. P. )g. P. L r Y
Dollars month Marshal constipaUoa-tha water aU runs to UM
per as City Leave
its by the Council and ap- ave Lew m'
passage
and the sum of Ten Dollars per by the Mayor as to mules, eyes. nose and throat instead of passing out 800 130i 2402S4 Live Omk_. !
proval
of the system through the liver and 8 13 a .._.. 4 !
month as Sanitary Inspector of the but shall kidneys. Rocky sink + L M
horses, goats and bogs, not For the want of moisture the bowels bocoma 11 1 48 300SO Starr

City of Live Oak. Florida. go into effect as to cows until 60 days dry and hard." Nearly all other 822 1 62 ? '-- -- -- --.....Yereer........................I a @ !a
Section II. That this Ordinanceto from its passage by the City Council. cough cures 825 1 65 315 -......... --------- -.Platt........................ 4 06 !1l !lF
take effect immediately upon its are constipating especially those containing 894 204 330 Lancaster..................... $ -! t LtlilrL.
Passed by City Council in regular Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Hooey and 8 39 Ar 2 0 tAr 8 40 _......._ .. Dow hog Park............._.. L. f 4e tA t jrlltiAr
passage and approval by the Mayor. session this 8th day of April A. D. Tar moves the bowels, contains Ar IS, 4 45 LY 4 10 ... .....-..-...-.- Dowhnc Park ................ i r4
no i
Passed by the City Council this 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, Opiates sesi 4 15 i............... -Chaocey...... ... .._...... a
22nd day of April A. D. 1907. President Council. 452 4 17 .............Bell...................-. _. 3 t i 1 tS
City KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE 87 4.7 420 .. ...___.Mayo Junction.Day .............:_. 3 yis
CHAS. H. BROWN Attest: 900 I L.u -........................ n. 3 i/! llfi
Attest: Pres. City CounciLS. C>>
Clerk.
I S. P. MAYS, City .
906 SOS 4 46 : ..::::::: 2 to
P. MAYS. Clerk.I P. City Clerk of the 10 Silo 4
City I, S. Mays I j S10 4 52 ... TownMnd.South .

S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the City of Live Oak, Florida, do b rebycerUv 9.2 S2&S 612S27 _....... ....---..- ....__.....- -- ---- 2 4 Tt !t
and ; 38 .. ................ 2
that the above foregoing Fenholloway- w
4
City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby 10 1\1)j S 06 00 ::r' .Perry ....._.....:
Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- ArW 2iAr 6 20 Ar S 15Lv 1
certify that the above and fore- ".ON YDTAR ; .. .Hampton Sorinc3IAYO Lv
going Ordinance No. f 8 was regularly ed by the City Council on the 8th day c. M. r. JL I i A.H. I:

passed by the City Council on the of April. A. D. 190.. and the same _

22nd day of April. 1907. and the is hereby certified to the :Mayor for _of the Relieves Colds by working them out AND ALTOS BlUCILWEST

same is hereby certified to the his approvaL system through a copious action of F
for his Witness my hand and seal of said the bowels.
Mayor approval.
Witness my hand and seal of said City this 8th day of April, A. D. ..w Relieves Coughs by cleansing and BOUND. gIST Tim
strengthening the mucous membranes of

City this April 22, 1907. 1907.Seal) S. P. MAYS, the throat.chest.lungs and bronchia tubes .PaaaA ....... I Frt a f t
(Seal) S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. P.... Pags:
Tor Croup, Whoopi& Cough La
City Clerk. 9rfppe. r-
A
Examined and approved by me Innuessa Bronchitis. u4 aU N..T. N..
Examined and approved by me this Coa&h. 11.
Daily
this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. Colds, Lug and Broacaial atacttoas Daily .adQ S B.
23rd day of April 1917. M ez.San. away
M. E. BROOME. Mayor. remedy U eJL.SII. 0al7
M. L BROOMS Mayor.ORDINANCE Taagg to ]taue4Lu&t1n 0nI7A. i

Boat? and CUUraa lib it. K.. P. K. A. K. P. K.. Y

Le.v
t 1
IAav.
Put up 1ft aSc.BQq and tl.OO hotM..at...i-w.. L.e 1Aa_ rive
I No. 56. ORDINANCE NO. 57. .rato An Ordinance to amend Sections i 56 16 ia 5 ............_...... .Clark......:. ...:::.:: t 41 t
10 1. lIS b .................._Pet_.... _.. T is'r
1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the An Ordinance providing fpr thq : 3i. la I 43........... may.tom'
Sold by City vie ;.& i 40L&ria i : ..........- aya.... Lv 1 D
City of Live Oak. Florida being an establishing, opening and extending Pharmacy 2s Alton .
Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to Wilbur street in the City of Live s"ac

prohibit the running at large on the Oak. Florida from the east side of s Regular .top. Connection made at Dowling Par *'

streets of the City of Live Oak of Ohio avenue eastward to Whitestreet from Live Oa, and Perry, For In formation as to

horses mules togs and goats, and In White's Addition to said other lines, 'phone
Agent
to provide for the impoundingand City ten hundred and thirty-two I.EnO: 1l'T 4 r. ling or call "" General passenger

disposing. of th* same: ,.passed (1032) feet said street to to Aft toes the coth a..uI_> .&1.1QQ 3'3 Os.Building.BOWLIXG.Live Oak, Ge*"*-

PtesideC R. P. HOPJa



:MYE OAK D.uLY'rJEHOCRAT.'TLT.sDAY-\ 21I9Or7 ",.- _.. .

a
-. -
'gOMB WAR-TIME PRICES. The News announces that a Chau lil." I Ii '
tau Qua is now assured for Lakelanda CLINTON &DSolesale

Ounce andFlour capital stock company having been
doss \V- .2'00 am
organized with an-an-'authorlz capital SEABOARD
$300 a Barrel. I II
of $10,000. Brother Hethrington.. of
I- (From Spare Moments.ji .) the News is secretary and that fact i

1S65 an ounce of quinine could assures success. .

A be purchased for less than $1,700 Airline Railway.
I lie South. Provisions were simply -To be divorced from your appendix. I and Retail

.lonnoos tn price. Here are Just a There will be no occasion for It If you r
Instances. In February a ham keep your bowels regular with Dr. I Savannah Columbia
Camden Southern Pines
Jchi1l1 Ifty pounds sold for ex- King's New Life Pills. Their action, Dealers in Flori- .
Raleigh Richmond Baltimore
t11 $750 or at the rate of $5 ado is so gentle that the appendix never Washington, ,
_ Flour was at $300 a barrel. has capse to make the least com- Philadelphia and New York.

Fresh fish retailed all over at $5mod plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay & i da and Western

and ordinary meal was at Groover druggists. 25 cents. Try

39 a bushel. Those who lived In them.. d-..* I TWO ELEGflNT TRftlNS DOILY\
girding houses paid'from $200 to

100 a month. White beans retailedi "The learned district attorney has + MEATSkPhone

JIS a busheL Tea went for any- the misfortune not to know anything i Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

:.juj from $20 a pound to $60. and ofthe law."

off* la a like ratio. "The learned counsel labors under f 24.
l fie most ordinary brown sugar the handicap of being an ignoramus
r sold: for $10 a pound. Ordinary !" i Modern : Pullman : Equipment. -

.,ksuntlne candles were sold for $10 "Sir!" Promdt deliveries n EY

/'p ud. In a cafe' breakfast waspisa'ily "Sir! to you." ,
. $10. In April sugar went Then the wheels of justlc presume ::1: in the ftIjli
The Jamestown Exposition Line I anywhere
i JJ90 a barrel and articles of their grndlng.-Phlladelphla Public ;

.-riB** Pparel sold coats at $350 Ledger. : .
NORFOLK VA.
-jwnni at $100 and boots at. $250. City.

[Batter was $15 a pound. Potatoes DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel it 4i
Excursion Tickets on S le Daily i : e'
m\for |Z a quart. Tomatoes of the Salve does not merely heal on the surface -

JM of a walnut sold for $20 a dozen.Slckena ; it penetrates the pores and

varied from $35: to $50 promptly relieves pain caused by : For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
fpttr, boils, burns, scalds cuts and skin of Seaboard, or write II I THe Great Headactie Cure,

one price on the bill of fare of the diseases. It is especially good for S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.AAent, Jacksonville Fla.
gehBond restaurant in January. piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by Bromo-Pepsin r
<"H">**'i'>ti >*< in MI i tim i *H'H"M' i tt-n-M
till, were: Soup $1.50; bread and City Pharmacy d

latter 11.50; roast a plate. $3; "Note the vVord Pepsin 4:
koOe4 eggs $2; ham and eggs "His automobile had a red finish . . . . . . . . . . . "
frlSO; rock fish a plate $5; fried didn't it!" !i. GU RE S Headche. IndIgestion
"Yes it burned -Cleveland URSAVINGSDAPARTMENTis In oHlII'a. SerTonsness
1 een. a plate $5; raw oysters. $3; ; up. 1

freslmilkk a glass $2; coffee a cup, Plain Dealer. On the -
tJ;tea cup $2. not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is Spot.

k TheSe figures are taken from varl-' "Here's to your health and hop- broad enough to accommodate all, and So Opiates Absolutely Harmless

HI'purees and have the virtue of plness"-DeWitfs Little Early Risers III Dn I'IU. los ZSc, aU lOt ,1''
Meaner, if nothing else. Always famous little pills. Nasty sick HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: i for Sale By '1

ns present the fear of famine and headache or biliousness may come on 1.The young folks with their small savings. : The t i Hy Pharmacy ,u }
OM.ud time again did the soldiers any time; the cure Is an Early Riser. :
.inner
2.-The bread striving to accumulate a fund p
Sold by City Pharmacy. d* LIVE: O tK. FLA.
4tuU portion of their rations,
i a home for old
; to procure a or a competency age.
I'''t ta from their apportionment In Mr. thinks Rockefeller J i 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and i 11-23-trWi-vi.
e1i$eld,, to relieve the pressing the income provided.
Mteoities.Etfce ought to give people who have been j 1:1:
, 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment '
shrinkage of the currency squeezed by Standard Oil their H. J. MORRIS,

of course, responsible and some money back. It would Involve too f J.SicK
m THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida Contractor and Builder
.
Wet may be gathered from a story much expert I -Washington t .

Ait vest the rounds at the time. Adler Star. I I. . . . . . . . . . . . .i. Apply for plans estimates '

_ galloped along a country road and specifications.Office .
.ti I farmer leaning over a fence ad- Stop Grumbling.If *
!
on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing.
tod! the animaL He called to the you suffer from Rheumatism or
trooper. offering to buy the horse:
pains, for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill iC a
i i'Cive you $30.000 for him. John- bring quick relief. It is a sure ,
*<+++1'++++m')+++20+++++":+
4y.,..said. cure for Sprains Rheumatism Con-
-' etjisch, old. man-I just paid iracfed "Muscles and all pains-and !I'i DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ;i; 4 4I

*$,!O. to have him shod. was the i within the reach of all. Price 25c,

W. 50c $1.00. C. R. Smith Tenaha I| VETERINARY jj

Tex., writes: "I have used Ballard's t
:= Solicits patronage-Office
A Xarow Escape. Snow Liniment in my family for years your
:: : at residence-Phone (3rings) 148 fU E
f ftW. and have found it a fine remedy for .
,Qoyd. a merchant of Plunk TYaasst .
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I_*,ill a narrow escape four years all pains and aches. I recommend it
m rhea be ran a jimson bur Into for pains in the chest." Sold by Su

It tUmb. lIe says: "The doctor wannee Drug Co. d-w Livers

ai4 to amputate it but I would I Chamberlain'sColic

coueat. I bought a box of Buck- "My objection to your proposed I
'1 Artka Salve and that cured theNroas legislation is that it would be con-, A PURELY VEGETABLE Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy

wound." 25c at BarclayCnover flscatory."
druggists d-w "Conflscatory!" COMPOUND Almost every family has needof

.. ,"Precisely, sir. The cost of a law- a reliable remedy for colic or

*",XL A.Jeff coat. aged 76. some- yer who could tell the railroads how QUICKLY I CURES CONSTIPATION.SIA. MALARIA CHILLS DYSPEP.and diarrhea at some time during the
such law would come to LIVER COMPLAINTS.
to evade a ALL
it taf.
vat run over by a surrey
year.This "
wek U more than the evasion would profit A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by remedy is recommended
Leesburg. He sustained would actually be money r TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased by dealers who have sold it for
Nfcriw them. They
from which he died. Fast \\ today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. many years and know its value.It .
*K U town ought to be stopped out of pocket.Ex.Vben has received thousands of

F IDs sake of the aged and hard-of- not been properly CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER testimonials from grateful people.

digested your coon the uas entire system is 1 ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED It has been prescribed by physicians

)tn. W. A. Whitewell. Emory Tex.. with the most satisfactory
1 fir t cold or a cough take Ken-' Impaired In tne same .I writes: "My child had chill and fever results.It .
"**> tautly Cough Syrup. It is, Your stomach needs help. Kodol For for four years. We tried all kinds of ol has often saved Ere before
rDypepsla not only medicine. and finally an acquaintance
and,
Indigestion
rtkn
other have been for
may cough remedy recommended Herbine. We used medicine could sent
mine
!tt laxative principle assures digests what you eat it tones the three bottles and the child is now com- or a physician summoned.It .
fitly. copious action of the stomach and adds strength to the pletely cured. You hire my permission only costs a quarter. Can

. ails 11>4 it the same it heals ir- whole body. Makes rich pure blood. to publish this testimonial Herbine to as all I mother cheerfully you afford to risk so much for so .

ot ta, bowels and at the Kodol conforms to the National Pure having recommend children afflicted a.mine." little? BUY IT NOWRItL'rHECOUCH
be It heals Food and Drug Law. Sold by City CEJIUIKESHOW
irritation of the d* U10E BOTTLE SOc GET THE "

tfeartheas the bronchial Pharmacy. LINIMENT CO.ST. -------- -"
Isi h4 allays inflammation of the CALL ARD -- -

membrane. Contains Honey "So your son la going to apply for LOUIS U. S. A.
TI the bar! I didn't know
*. pleasant to take. Children i admission to
!It. read law." CURE THE LUNCS
Conforms that he had ever AND
to the National AND RECOMMENDED BY
rood aad "He hasn't. It is his Intention to SOLD
Drug Law. Cold by
rr *rmaey. d. practice the unwritten kind. There Suwannee Drug Company WITH Dr. King'sNew
seems to be considerable doing in

I that line lately."-Chicago Record-
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Waiter
Hofcomb. the evangel- Herald. Discovery
t li l1y V>* arms Rev. Sam P. Jones

r '_h4 Mi Julia Baxter Jones Don't Pay ..tlircony.Mrs. .y.w4 FOR BOUGHS jra*
r eat ..
Fr
daughter l OLDS Trial Beta
Mrs. Sam P. I
.Yer. married last week at S. Joyce 180 Sullivan St : (tq- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES.

i 'om.. la Cartersville. Ga.. and Claremount N. II., writes: "Abouta ll GUARANTEED SATI3PACTOSSOS
j. .
i MONEY BZPTJNDZD.S
to
KukTilto to live as heady year ago I bought two bottles of IS THE IDEAL SUMMER DRINK

Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me of .. -
a severe case of Kidney trouble of When the genuine is bottled you get an
11Q011 LuTe several years' standing. It certainlyIs \ ideal drink of Coca-Cola superior to ;:

hb1! Too wonder why he a grand, good medicine, and I that served at any fountain. Just ex- FrWORTHoRGANs.t
J 2'1 a kotUe of White's Cream heartily recomend It." City Phar- actly the proper amount of the Coca4 -

age sad'< ne will never cry. macy. d'w ); ; N., Cola syrup is used; just the proper =:.
"Wes The
the water. _
carbonate
have used to
is
worms, and the charge flavor and purity is all there,because ;=: -,'d direct from factory factory price.
Boat ,
know it. White's The water carts of Lowell are decorated :/110- sparkle the distilled water is used with the surd/orjreeCatalog. Mention this paper.
purest
'. Ytrallface rids the child of with patent medicine adver- 4fr. r"J'$; only genuine Coca-Cola in sterilized bottles. Keep WULUMS OBGAN PIANO CO.CHICAGO
ht S and drink
deans out Its system in tisements. An innocent Irishman I _/ ji it always m your refrigerator,
-"T. the.bottled article wherever you goUckooviiu BY
at one 9
a Every mother should from the rural districts looked : !
bottle of t! l- "Faith, ', EDUCATION
> medicine in the the other day and remarked. Coca-Cola Bottling Company I
Wl& .
ith it. healthy, a.n. Gew ev,
fear Deed Lowell Is ,.
never enter it's no wonder FLA. H- .
Price whin they wather the strets withsarsaparllla JACKSONVILLE I ..era...:..........-.Y.oar M ...a_soar.. .' J'-- -...,.....,L..
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Is the Ffei of \r- R. Jenkins, barged
C. J. Byars. of Louisville. Ky.. one with Murder of W. H. Star- POPULAR SUMMER SCHOOL

of the best knows hardware drummers Bag at McJUpto.In A ,;
In the South was her today. "
the circuit court today .
"fl ertag- with our dealers. Wand
quite an array f' testimony hasbeen BookkeeQing.Business Practice, Stenography, Typewriting, Tel

Albert McLaln. G o. Carver and Introduced In the trial of W. R. In Training will be conducted at theE. ."" .

ho who Is charged with the English
Millard StanteU. of Wellborn 'Jenkins .11.

fear ben visiting Herbert Wolfe, returned murder of W H. Starling at McAlpln '

to their home this morning.; :last month. The defendant admitsof

the killing and enters a plea ofself

Hits Norm Small an expert defense. The testimony adduced

stenographer from Lake City. U here :showed that there was bad feeling t
,
today to take down testimony in a between the men and threats had -0. -:
,,. .
railroad e** pending In the circuit been made. There was quite an ar- .. : ,

rowrt. ray of testimony to,, which was introduced -..

to prove that Mr. Jenkins
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Jake Moody with three of his sons. the defendant was a law-abiding and ,
Mississippi Saturday : ..' ; '_$ -
arrived here from peaceful citizen. -

They earn to visit the family The case was opened before the .' -- )<. -:

of R. W. Price. Mrs. Price being his jury this morning, about 10:30 -- '

sister. All of them went to Jasperto o'clock by CoL L.' E. Roberson who j

visit Mr. Moody daughters. Mesdames Is assisting the state In the prosecu- J

Gruff Register and Hewitt tion. CoL Roberson's address be-

fore the, jury was In his usual mas- of forlS
interesting courses study
and intensely
Kodol for Indigestion and dyspepsia terly way going into the finer pointsof for Short, Practical
what you eat. it the best. Special class in PenmanshiJ> by the tn-
not only digests the case and dealing with them in mer work we have
,
tone the stomach: and adds strengthto a convincing style. Scholarships: $40.00. $50.00. $75.00 and $90.00.. .

the whole body. Makes rich pureblood Tte defense was opened by CoLO.

Kodol Is made In conformity to O. McCollom of the firm of Car-

the National Pure Food and Drug' :' ter & McCollom, who are In chargeof I SOUTHERN BUSINESS GOLLEOI:

Law. Sold by City Pharmacy. the defense. Cot. McCollom enter-

d ed at once'ln to the facts'of the case

We learned this morning that the as brought out by the testimony.His I I Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St. .

plans for the new depot here had argument was filled with clear,

been agreed upon by the railroad cut logic. The trend of his talk i LIVE OAK FLORIDA :

- authorities and that bids for the showed he had studied well the line ,I G. S. STEPHENS : :

construction of the same would be of argument he was to present and L. : _. "i

Immediately advertised for. We have he left no opportunity at which he M.President and Proprietori

been "cussing the railroads here for had a good point to make without ,:"

years but If they will furnish us stressing with coincident testimonyand

with good depot facilities we will be reasonable conclusions. '
I
good. No one has cause for complaint Following Col McCollom. came I i I ---."-....

against our local agents. They CoL Ira. J. Carter one of Florida's I I Mr. )Williams, who VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT

gentlemen of the truest type, and ablest criminal lawyers. He dealt the ma-
are I : brought the charges against
are In harmony with our people. But purely on the testimony seeking jority caucus, the "Before Day LING
DOW
our depot facilities have long been \ rather to establish the full credenceof Club" explained yesterday that noth- PAR1WAT

an eyesore. We remember the time the defendant's testimony rather i ing offensive had been Intended by

when the Coast Line had a barn j than to create any sentiment whatever -
him. DOWN UPON THE SUWANKEE lIVEr
for a depot and the Seaboard had a 1 1I This CoL Carter worked at Amongst 'the local bills which

I platform erected upon which stood a with a force of logic and oratory that both"houses
I | passed yesterday was
: ineral 1 Springs Hotel and
shelter for Zack Hines and the I held the.'rapt attention of every one Cow
: Becker of Hillsboronghyi
i one by Mr. ;:
tickets. When Zack wanted to smoke, II I: in the court room. .' His argumentwas .
i 3'! ending the charter of Tampa la _HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. CQOOBtOt R
I he had to get out on the platform, also directed alopg; the line of [ conformity ''w th a measure agreed j> WATER IN EVERY ROOM. SILLIAROTABLES. TELEGRAPH

., because the shelter was not big anticipating the state's attorney I upon: by representatives:of the PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAYH.UCKJ. KJR
enough to hold him and his pipe at when he should sum up for the REASONABLE &GULF.scoECrio 0K.gHU.o 8W=
boar'd RAiES
of works
i; ell and public. couo.l TU Sa ass
the same time. Then came the prelent prosecution. Point after point which
: city. The bill takes In no
structure, which was a good one, might be made by the state was '
! i rltory excepting a portion of Fort PORK HOTEL. DOWNING PARK. FLORID\ t
ADDRESS
when the city had a population not taken up by CoL Carter.At .
i under the Crane act of
1 I j Brooke, but
to exceed 1.500. but now that we the completion of CoL Carter's ...,
i 1905., any city or town can hold an
have 8,000 population and roads address, the court adjourned until *
election lot annexing adjacant territory -
centering here have more patronagethan two o'clock this afternoon. The Im- I
though the courts have held John B. Stetson UniveS
In any Inland town in the state portant task of summing up for the '
It,does not apply to portions of other .'
we think we are entitled to better state was begun by CoL Hardee as -'
incorporated municipalities. A. J. :
accommodations. We have 'kicked" soon as court convened., His
argu-
Knight, S. M. Weir and Charles FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOL :1
"knocked" and did almost every ment was made in his usual force-
Wright are here on the Tampa Fair
other thing to secure Improvements, ful manner. Indeed to a mere on- DELAND, FLORIDA
proposition. while. city attorney E.
but as above stated, now that the looker it is at once apparent that the :
A..
I Myers and Councilmen C. W.
Affiliated with the of Chicago
railroads have concluded to do some- state's attorneyship is filled by a manpecullarl1' University
j Springstead and E. W. T. Lewis of
thing nice for us, we will be' good- fitted for the place. His i tioa et&'
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL.ARTS. standards are
I St. Petersburg have been up on charter -
but we want to see the work startedon strict adherence to the cause of the : versity of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees! tx
i amendments and county division,
the new depot before we get too people strenuously holding his Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs
j as are F. A. Wood W. E. Heathcate, teia t
good. ground against his opponents withan COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are
and Pn; H. A. Murphy of St. Peters- tice law in Florida
without examination!
eye_ to his_ every_ duty_ .. though__ :_ that__ << __ _'
3Mechanical
n. burg, R. L. Raymond, business man- COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL: OF Iil *,
"How long does a widow mourn duty not always being a pleasant one. : Manual TnisiBf*
ager of the St. Petersburg Times, Civil. Electrical Engineering and
the death of her husband?" As we go to press the case is being leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment
was here yesterday. Albert Jen-
"I dunno; sometimes when they given to the jury by the judge COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking In all its branches.Basfe

marry again they mourn It the balance In a charge which covers the entire ; nings, prospective candidate for gov- by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective eocia: ?
ernor, a leading Pensacolian Is here other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious boOdiBg.
of their lives. Washington evidence and
every phase of law I toeAllt
g
today. PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared
Herald. bearing on the case. A verdict will Yale Princeton Cornell. Michigan Chicago and all flrst-claaC *
I The new house rule, under which
Did you ever read of a pretty wo- probably be reached late this aftei- NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-1. Kindergarten*
man's nose that wasn't "chiseled," a noon. I the afternoon sessions will be de- building. 2. Primary and Grammar School In separate bsa -

rifle that wasn't "trusty" or a mas voted solely to bills on second readIng Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.

ter's dog.tbat wasn't "faithful?"- I taken up out of their regular MUSIC SCHOOL.-A $10,000.00 pipe organ a dozen pWA*

THE NEW PENSION LAW order by call of counties worked building. large faculty, thorough courses of study.
Mexico (110.) Intelligencer ART SCHOOL. New Studio. Costly casts. models. eta

(Continued from page one.) I splendidly yesterday, though only Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructor. n .t

v The Ladies of St. Luke's Church Will I eight counties were called, and the I grees from the University of Chicago. Harvard, Yale IArSumbla

Hold a Fair at the Skating Rink sustaining the governor's veto to a 1 rule bids fair to greatly expedite Toronto. Wake Forest, Louisville Bowdoln L'becti. .

measure which would have legislation on important measures University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities .
May 21 to May 23. hampered >
f 300000.00 In buildings and nearly a quarter :
equipment;
The ladies of St. Luke's Church, the administration of the fund which are way down on the calendar. edowment; an endowed library of over 13,000 volumes abes

Lire Oak. will hold a fair at the and the death today of the Beard bill. with costly furnishings Including stained glass windows._:'.. J

Skating Rink beginning Tuesday Present Indications point strongly to PICNIC AT BRANFORD I II a $10,000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium' with complete

May 21st, and continuing through to the passage of the Crane bill and closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts beset 4

Thursday the 23rd,'for the purposeof its companion measure in the house I Big Basket Picnic on May 29th-1{ gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other fiports,
I Ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for Cheer;.
raising money to clear the rectory by Mr. Wilson, of Hernando.A i Everybody Invited. : Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several large '

property of debt. Friends and the very unfortunate Incident of the i The citizens of Branford and : electric lights electric bells, steam heat cement walk> h

public generally are requested to session of 1907 was the bill by Mr. I vicinity will give a basket picnic on avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social *.*-

give them their patronage. The following Willis of Levy to annex certain portions -, May 29th in honor of the completionof and other students' clubs; star lecture courses; C11r'ISt1&doe#
tartan teaching. The location Is beautiful and ,
ladies will have charge of of Alachua and Marion coun- the bridge across the Suwannee are low. For address tbeR
.
catalogs views and Information, ,.,
booths: ties to his own. The bill was inde- river at that place. 1 LINCOLN HnItEY.

Ice cream lemonade and sherbet- finitely postponed in the house yes- For a long time the citizens of that i II

Mrs. Barclay Miss Lucas and Miss terday, after a bitter speech by Mr. section of the county and the

Grubb. Carter, of Alachua by a vote prac- citizens of Lafayette county have ,

Cake-Miss Annie Grubb. tically unanimous Mr. Carter flatly been working for a bridge across the i NEW WOOD YARD. \ NOT1C&1 p

Larkin Booth-rs. Carrell and I charged the member from Levy river at Branford. and now that the cOD**'

Mrs. Wasdin. I with misrepresentation In trying to bridge is to be completed within a Live Oak is to Have an Up-to-Date To whom it may >J P

Rie Porter. pass a bill through the house few notice that b
Candy-Miss to days they propose to celebrate I WoodYard.We Take J

Home Booth-Mrs. Needham and steal territory of two neighbor coun- the event In a becoming manner and understand married woman. the .:II

Mrs Helvenston. ties, to which Mr. Willis replied that to invite all the citizens of Suwannee Tucker that Brown & resident of LW
who have a contract Davis, a a
Drug Booth-Mrs. Butler and Mrs be had Informed both members from and Lafayette county to to sup- L
<
come bring Ply the Atlantic Coast nee County. flori Up.L
Line
'o&.1.
Geo. E. Carter. Sr. Alachua what he intended to do, well-filled baskets and rejoice with wood have with cay of 1
I completed day the 17th
Soda Water Booth-Mrs. Robbins that one representative from the them. Don't forget the date. and arangements to t sa
counties affected I secured a suitable site to open a make appHcaUoaPalmer. nI!!
and Mrs. Goggins. were present when Prominent and able the
men will deliver wood of
I yard In this Judge
r..' the bill was introduced and that it addresses and city where a good fl j -
everything statt
possible supply of stove wood of the ,#
Hyker-My hearing Is unusuallykeen. he was mistaken in telling the house wil be done. to entertain all who will be kept constantly Circuit ** a
Florid
may on hand. i
the bill They: gill keep Lake City. of
was a purely local measure attend. their tl
: I own teams take durt
Pyker-Is that so? it was because Mr. Carter had saidit .. I and be ready and manage d4 to
Prepared to
Hyker-Yes. For.Instance, at the was. For a cold or a cough take Kenned -Mime, promptly.:4: deliver food- ,at any my property 6I
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distance I am from you .now I can The Sams': p'uBHt printing bill, X.si Laxath* Cough i :G .::9 dealer, in every
Syrup: It They have j
WOOD. _
"""" purchased REES &
watch ticking. which brought about -the machinery to
bear your chargesand contains,no.opiates and gently moves anus and APPfi
$plit the for
Pyker-Marvelous! My watch Is counter charges_hI the,house Saturday the bowels;, thereby driving the caW,days hopee wood and In a few _Solicitors
to '
six blocks away but I have the was advanved to third reading entirely -frbm the system., .Conforms an-d. '..be able-_ to supply--, the

tickets for It In my Test pocket.- In the" "house by.,a vote of 29 to to the National Pure Food and Drug

Chicago Dally News. 27,after being amended. several Law. Sold by City Pharmacy s
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