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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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l LIVE FLORIDA \\VEDxE DAY MAY 22. 1907. TEN CENTS ATF3BKL _s '


SESSION THE PARTIES OUTSIDE "WE HADNT (iNtENDED TO CALL ANYWAY" rv
POSSlBlfj : GO TO TEXAS FOR( TNI



-R1cLyti'E REPORT OF5 THE I

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NEW LAW CAUSES DfdSKUl


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i Mi license. Bill Is, Receiving He May Remain Under Bond WhileIn
AUon of House Texas and Need Not Be a

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Jan haasee, May 22.-A report 1
'gabmitted yesterday morning by, $ Austin TeL, May 22.-It Is reported
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house committee appointed to asrtia today that H. Clay Pierce has ad '

, the progress of the work by ivsed his attorney. Judge D. D. Johnson -
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V Joint committee appointed under i of St. Louis, who Is now in

r? concurrent resolution No. 1. Austin that he will come here direct

document was interesting to say from New York and voluntarily meet -

I i M"J ast. It shows that the two In- ..TtttMpj 5 Tor & > f the charge of having made a false s
ting committees held a joint ER \ affidavit in connection with the readmission _

j gog several days ago; that three : of the Waters-Pierre Oil =
'-ls. longer and $5,000 will be rei Company to do business in Texas. ':

to complete tteir Inv stlga- His coming Is thought to be In-

-:-back to 1855; that the expertstunt Y- fluenced to some extent by a recent* *-*... >.--

who was examined by theee I + act of the legislature, now in effect.

: considers himself V acting permitting free from custody when r4

Instructions from his employ- under bond as 'well as during trial,

a New York arm Haskin & Sells: as before. As the law stood prior to

'"U Independent of the commit- the passage of this act, if Mr. Pierce f,
-' bad to Austin and his trial
the legislature, or the state of come once
Y f begun he would have been compelledto
fcrida} that his information is sent r
.." remain in jail or in the custody of
tea to Ms firm, and that he does .f>
feel at liberty to tell the legjslaMS the sheriff during the progress of
the trial.
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what is being done under the

of their resolution, which Sheriff George H. Matthews, who

ptU appear as divulging the private recently returned from St Louis

lsesa of his firm. In short, that where he 'made an attempt to take k

te firm of Haskin & Sells was con- Mr. Pierce into custody, says thereis
Pete a bulldog, U now on duty at tnt White House to re-Wore -
the investigation, and not policemen now stationed there-New* Item.' every reason to believe that the

....mlttee.'r. __ j- d Wc-stfep in Chicago Inter-Ocean. above report Is correct.

{.. justice to all concerned, the r'TII03LS Mr. Matthews said that Mr. Pierce ;
tee recomended that the In- "THE SIMPLE LIFE FOR ME," .W. TROY IS HELD UNDER -J CONTEMPT OF COURT. told him that he would come to

.tion be continuel to the end, SAYS THE DEPOSED A HEAVY OXD.I Austin voluntarily as soon as he set-
f
r the present joint committee with Dol\TJLL.\. Judge Stewart of Manatee Countyto tied come urgent business affairs in
more member from the house .. ,- I Rail for the Slayer of George XewI Uphold the Majesty of New York. Mr. Matthews formed a

ttat 5,000 be appropriated for Exiled Honduran President Declaresat I comb is Fixed a* $23,000. the Law.Jacksonville good opinion of Mr. Pierce while in z
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_ez kenses., The report was New Orleans He Will Farm I (Jacksonville Metropolis.) ( Metropols.) St. Louis and believes that he will
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and the speaker appointed New Orleans;'La., May %%."-Gen. While public. opinion: is' favorablein Manatee county* Judge:Stewart makeshift..word good., -

'Knight, of Columbia the addi- Manuel onilla. the exiled presidentof :Miami to Thomas W. Troy who has a county judge who insists on
intl member of the joint commit-; TARIFF REVISION PLEAS
killed Newcomb West
at
Honduras arrived here this morn- George proper respect being paid to his
> ". Mr Knight Is secretary of the I ing and was met at the depot by :' Palm beach on the '8th of May, court.In .

.investigating investigating Counsul General Fernandez. Gen. 'Judge Keyset at the- preliminarytrial spite of the _influence that have Aison, Foowed by Other Conservatives =

MHSittee, of such Mr. Wilson, offfUBdo Bonilla Is in bad, condition physically' last night, held ,Troy under bail held Claude-' ygle. In Tallahassee! Suggests Pant in Y

Is chairman.B and his eyes require Immediate'treat, of $25,000 ,for his apearance at the. when.be?Js;wanted:in Bradentown to Platform.

ta said on good authority that ment. He will shortly go "to. Belize October term of the circuit court. answer,'charges of crimlna; >}f libel Washington May 22.-According
t vfll be necessary for. Governor British Honduras. 1! When the matter had been settled.j' Judge Stewart according- to a dispatch to high authority In administration

and to call a special session of Gen. Bonilla Emphatically'disclaimed 1 Troy soon gave bail leading citizensof from Tallahassee has wired,.to circles, the extent to which tariff re-

legislature. to receive the investi- all the warlike intentions attri- Miami, as follows, becoming his Governor Broward that he declinesto vision is being urged upon the president -

committee's' report. As the buted to him in recent Interviews.'I !' bondsmen: Joseph A McDonald continue the cage and has declared who is asked to recommend it
or Is chairman of the board, am going to Belize to resume John Sewell Gaston Drake, S. A. L'Engle in contempt of court.M. in his message to the congress, Is sur-

(it Is aleged) is under investi- the quiet and peaceful life of a plan- Belcher and C. T. McCrimmon.Fair H. Wyatt, sheriff of Manatee prising. Letters from all 'parts of E

thia would seem logical. ter," said he. "I have not the county, reached Tallahassee yester- the country and persons visiting

Tampa fair bill, by Mr. Dud- slightest intention of ever again mix- Kills Pass House. day with a capias for L'Engle's arrest Washington from all sections are -
i
ot Hillsborough was a special Ing up, in the politics of Honduras.I I I Tallahassee May 22.-2 p. m.- I but the sheriff of Leon county urging action. They want congressor

-, In tie house yesterday morn- realize that I am unable to hold The Tampa, Madison county and De- refused to serve it because of the'next republican national plat-
}lr; Dudey being ill, his col- the forces of that country together; Funiak fair bills passed second readIng L'Engle's duties In connection with 'form to express itself. New Englandhas

Mr. Decker had charge of that there are a large number of in the house this morning. A the state printing during tie sessionof been agitating the subject for

,H3, and presented the claims of traitors and adventures who are i hard fight was made on the Tampabill. the legislature. When the legislature several years, so has Iowa and Wisconsin

bG1 In a clear logical manner. totally unreliable in the army and adjoins L'Engle will of course and other north-western

,Becker makes no claims to after my recent experience with themI House devoted considerably timeto have to go to Bradentown and face states.

'but,has a convincing manner am done." I attention of license tax bill. The the charges he has dodged, and probably Senator Allison, of Iowa who Is

IIC things, and his speech on j senate has up the salary bills for disjcussion be punished for contempt of nothing if not conservative has said .

_WU was really better delivered cern which was successfully refuted.On ;f today, court as he was very Insulting on his that tariff revision would have to be

fte' one In favor of his own most the other hand, it was shown that comments towards Judge Stewart. seriously considered in the next _

_- 'ed Mil, the one creating Pinel- the appropriation was to be used ex- I Court Proceedings.The The affair has caused no little com- special convention if not in the next

tJ. His speech carefuly r"'- pusively in paying premiums, and jury was only out for about ment all over the state and there is congress.

the work of the Florida stat the immense value of the fair as an an hour yesterday on the Jenkinscase. much Interest In the probable out- Germany adopted the tariff agreement -

lid presented a 'solid wall of educational feature and as beneficialto Their verdict was "not guilty." come. recently was pointed out.

its for his opponents to the farmers and homeseekers was The verdict was not a surprise as almost with the understanding that it was
asking In conclusion"a"spec- strongly brought out. The bill will 1! everyone who had heard the XAMD OX BILL XOT LITTLE'S to cover a temporary period and was

deration for the bUr because probably reach.a vote this morningas I testimony In the case were of the to be followed. later:' by a reciprocity
illness'of its author. a select order.In opinion he would be set free. Contest Over Arkansas Two-Cent treaty. Any one familiar with the

Matthews: of Marion moved the house in the afternoon The gentlemen who composed the Passenger Measure Promises legislative situation and tempera-

""tely ,postpone the bill, on practlcaly all the time-three hourswas jury on this case were: A. M..Mosley. Sensation. ment is aware how hopeless would bean

ad of economy, and Mr. consumed In discussing the C. G. Carmichael, G. L. Dorman W. i Little Rock, Ark., May 22.-Sensaional attempt for a reciprocity treaty

'. Escambia, spoke in favor license tax bill prepared by the P. Allison, J. T. Mercer J. B. Mich- developments are anticipatedwhen France, having), learned of the AmricanGerman -

rA motions holding that the ap- committee on finance and taxation. ael, W. D. Barnett, J. C. Harper, E. ,agreement: Is; asking
the contest growing out of the
the United States for such
n asked W W. some
for John Robertson.
was unconstltntd The house passed under suspensionof H. Clayton,
2-cent passenger rate act of the last agreement or a reciprocity treaty. At
for the benefit of a local rules a bill by Mr. Kilgore, of Harrell, C. M. Fielding. I
*0rPoratlon. 'Mr- Clarke also Sumter placing the physical property The court today has been engagedIn legislature is aired in court. It Is I a conference, held at.e. White

-. ttitlonal "doubts: and Mr. of railroads under control of the trial of the case of the Statevs. now practically settled that the railroads louse.two.__.:years ago.in February the

% who hag a simllar bill for an the commission. The bill takes the Bridges. a negro, charged with operating in Arkansas will contest president was about to make a re-
toast fair thought The jury was empaneled com en dation for tariff revision. Senator -
with Mr. place of one which was Introducedby murder. the validity of the act, and the
.' that receive theca Allison favored It at that time
Tampa had received Mr. Kilgore the first day of the last night, but did not
.'tready. this morning. Their ver- chief feature of the fight will be and so did Senator. Sponer, and it is
Mr. Abernethy :Mr. session, and after passing both e until
based Governor. Little's connectionwith said that only Speaker Cannon and
)[ I' on
r. guilty.A
'JWo. Rkhburg author of houses was lost In some .unaccountable dict was not
--1HIlat. the bill.Testimony. some of his stand-pat adherents prevented
fair bill, who patrioti- manner as was a similar bill
eclar'ed his crowd assembled at Johnson's will be brought forwardto it.
No in- good
people wanted the which pased two years ago.
that the bill in The president is said to be
1In1 last evening and enjoyeda prove was never seriously -
Passed againstthe Lake
even If their own sufflations have been made
fan. and matter fish fry. Those who at- the possession of the governor and considering the suggestionsthat
the' constltutlonaly clerks of either house In the splendid
JIr. McWIlUams Mr. and Mrs. B. P. hat the measure was never signedby have been pouring in upon him
shrouded in more tended were
who defended
..V and the affair is Coachman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roof, Governor Little. Handwriting ex- and to be weighing the advisability
wnstltutlonallty
of the bilLSent and the or less mystery. large portionof and baby Mr. and Mrs. Harvard perts will be introduced to show that of a recommendation In his messageto
The senate spent a
Sanberg, Kate Crouch the signature Is not that of the executive the next congress. '
*gsdnst the bill the afternoon discussing the house Misses Daisey
of the state. The main contention -
Annie Grubb and ,
the policy of making bill raising cabinet officers salariesto Ola Gardner. of. will .VC. M. Fielding. of
fa.b McKinnon, Howard .yievra41joad7attorji!ys near Pinemount,
BroomeV Charley
: Messrs.
appropriation Senator1 '
U7, that the: and the 13.000 a. year, postpone; be-1' Balsden.. Henry Sbepnard, J..W. Hop- be that. he.bm t was 1 .noi. signed by.the- returned Home today after spending
Tampa to indefinitely
: Fair Asa motion
wa money son, Jr. They had-i delightful time. j governor.3\' | several, days .hereattending.court.} '
-making con- Ing lost. 16 to 11. I .

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Few photographers would care to A dwarft sees farther than the A Difficulty.
take people for what they are worth. gi4ht when he has the giant's shoulders Il.tress-Why don't you boil the Live Oak Garag
to mount on.-Coleridge. eggs? Cook-Sure, I've no clock In

"Here's to your health and hop- I the kithchen to go by! Mistress-Ob, '

plness" DeWitt's Little Early Risers When your looa use not been properly yes; you have! Cook What good is
famous little pills. Nasty, sick : digested the entire system is it? It's ten minutes fast-Philadelphia Equipped for repairing and storing -

headache or biliousness may come on i impaired in the same proportion. Inquirer. Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

any time; the cure Is an Early Riser. : Your stomach needs help. Kodol For I 1 Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.
Sold by City Pharmacy. dIf I Indigestion and Dypepsia not only Notice to Our Customers. Also sell the well known Columbia bat-
what it tone the -\\-e are pleased to announce that I
I digests you eat
Switches Coils and
a man is called upon to bury his stomach and adds strength to the Foley's Honey and Tar for ;. tery. Spark Plugs
'I colds and lung troubles is cough'l. kept in stock. Exclusive agent for ,
wife's pug dog he is apt to shed tearsof whole body. Makes rich pure blood. :
joy. Kodol conforms to the National Pure ed by the National Pure Food and: Savill VulcanizingVorks, Jacksonville. j

I Food and Drug Law. Sold by City Drug law as contains no opiates or Sample of this work can be seen here. !
-Kidney complaint kills more people Pharmacy. dAfter other:: harmful drugs, and we recom- I

than any other disease. This is due mend it as a safe remedy for child- J

to the disease being so insidious that the young man has accepted ren and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w i FOR LIVERY :..",

it ge tsa good hold on the system be-1 a situation he soon discovers that
Kid- Elise-"All right. Well play t The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
fore it Is recognized. Foley's he has to work Just as hard as the I
ney Cure will prevent the develop- one who got a job.-Chicago News. grand opera, and I'll be the boss." Livery seating capacity for four.
ment of fatal disease if taken in time.i Willie-"No, you can't It takes I )

City Pharmacy. d-w a man to be manager." T. CHASTAIN : r
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I For a cold or a cough, take Ken- Elise-"Oh, you can be the

Most women have a head for fig- nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It Is' ger, but I'll be what they mana-I I

ures when it comes to looking out better than any other cough remedy belladonna."-Philadelphia Gas Engineer Proprie&Your
because its laxative principle assuresa
for No. 1.DeWitt's.
healthy, copious action of the Don't Pay Alimony. *
bowels and at the same it heals irritation -
Witch Hazel -Irs. S. Joyce. 180 Sullivan St.
Carbolized of the bowels and at the
heal the sur Claremount, N. H., writes: "Abouta
Salve does not merely on
same time It heals Irritation of the
and year ago I bought two bottles ofFoley's
the
face it penetrates pores throat, strengthens the ,bronchial
relieves pain, caused by Kidney Cure. It cured,me of
promptly
tubes and allays inflammation of the
boils, burns scalds, cuts and skin membrane. Contains Honey a severe case of Kidney'trouble of i
diseases. It is especially good for mucous I several years' standing. It certainlyIs
1'and Tar pleasant to take. Children
Beware of imitations. Sold by a grand, good medicine and I
piles.
National
like it. Conforms to the
I heartily recomend it"
d City Phar-
City Pharmacy. i I Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by
macy. dw
I City Pharmacy. d-
Perhaps the new woman is a fail-
ure because there is no new man to 1 "These church people are so in-
Mrs. Jollyboy-"But during our p
consistent.
play second fiddle.
courtship you told me that you had "
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"Say on Macduff.
-To be divorced from your appendix never loved any girl but me." "They believe that cleanliness I i
Jollyboy I thought were too
you
There will be no occasion for it if you should be ext to godliness, yet here I '
wise to pay any attention to cam-
keep your bowels regular with Dr. they are kicking because I want to
King's New Life Pills. Their actionis paign canards.-Chlcago Daily build a soap factory next door."-

so gentle that the appendix never News. Louisville Courier-Journal. A

has cause to make the least com
plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay & The Life Insurance Do You Love *i Physician t
muddle has started the public to ,.
25 cents. Try
Groover druggists. your baby? You
wonder why he
,them. d-w thinking. The wonderful success that cries. Buy a bottle White's Cream I Will .Prescribe Red RocK
has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin I
Vermifuge and he will -
"Are you sure you love me for my- its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, Most babies have never cry if he does as many others do who know its merits.
worms,
and the
self alone?" asked the romantic Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles mothers It has been endorsed bY.hundreds of sanitonums..
don't
know it. thousands
-has started the public to think- White's of physicians and myriads of homesthroughout
young woman. Cream Vermifuge rids the child of the country as the Greatest of All
"Well," replied the practical ing of this wonderful preparation. worms and cleans out Its system In Temperance Beverages. It relieves indigestiond
I love They are all using it. Join the pro- and pepsia- and never tion.
don't
young man, "I think you a pleasant way. Every mother: causes
cession and down with sickness. should Say RED ROCK! Say it PLAN!
else.
for a1J.Yone keep a bottle of this medicine
In
Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold by the Sold
house. With It, fear need rerywher*. in Urge and amaH bottles or EC a alias
Suwanee Drus Co. d-w never enterer iron original bottle ,
When your back aches it is almost :- mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su-
invariably an indication that some- annee Drug Co. d-w. The Red Rock Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

thing is wrong with your kidneys. I Mrs. Gaddie My husband's so

Weak diseased kidneys frequentlycause I slipshod. His buttons are forever "If the bride at a wedding invariably -

a break down of the entire sys coming off. looks like a queen what
tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Mrs. Goode (severelyPerhapsthey does the groom look like?" asks the,
Pills afford prompt relief weak kidneys are not sewed on properly. Montgomery Advertiser. Careful
backache Inflammation of the *Mrs. Gaddie-That's just it. He's Inquiry falls to dispose any one who

bladder and all urinary troubles. awfully careless about his sewing. ever noticed the groom at a wed- 4
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next week.
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Salve and that cured theSerous 1
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wound." 25c at Barclay .
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&roover, druggists. dw'BayGimme Oa'- .J&,1414 huah.:; .J "

: a nickel. missus t [Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. DENTIST.- I i ii PHONE 139.FLY'S. 'i J

1iiasua-1 OKTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE
should think big
"' a WORK. : SPECIALTIES. i i 1
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man like you would be iI l
wed I
to ask for money. +++ : i U H I-M-M I 1 11 I'M '
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am missus but I ain't got
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nerve to take it without askin'. .! NOTICE: T. J. LYLE
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s,.'. My-Best Friend i i: To Contractors and Prospective B" 'drs: t ti WATCHMAKER 35 year'si experienceGood AND JEWELER DNEY! CURE$
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!under!.W"Route Benton I, Fort, who Edward.lives N. Y.on,I, THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. | I stock of Watches always on i and. WILL CURE YOU

[ fc.t-.P*' Xing's New Discovery is of any case of Kidney or
rthly I Ieat Lime. Cemsit, Building-sand |
lend. It cured me will! furnish your
I ma. *ix ; ; you WALL P_ PiE Bladder disease that is not
years ago. It has of Brick.
Laths and al kmd s |
Plaster,
ed a wonderful cure of also'I'I' ; beyond the reach of medi-
'Ill. The first bottle elided the tertOugh. OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. cine. Take it at once. Do Z
and this accomplished,\ "5* When in need of nice wall pa-
.'I1 otAer"nnptoms left one by one, Co. per call on H. H. PETTY, at not risk having Bright's Dis- j
/" phi 111* *M perfectly well. Dr.I i The Live Oak Brick & Supply j ease or Diabetes. There is i
2 .
ew risc CLINTON & MEEK'S MARKn.1)u.tlHONEYANDTt.2
Terys over
i and power I Hit I I I I I I I I J I I 1 ..1 : nothing gained by delay. :1
colds is I I I I I I I I I I I J t
$1\'" simply t I II I I I I I I I I I I I II I I
I M ed_No It.other Fully remedy guaranteed marvel'I'I I I SOc.REFUSE and $1.00 SUBSTITUTES.Bottles.

1lOt.I: Groo'Yer. druggists. SOc and for the Daily Democrat. i .
City Pharmacy.
Trfll bttle free. 'd-w.I Subscribe Cure Colds i 'r..raTamzne..a I __

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BOYS AND
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U\T OAK DAlLVBESOCtUT) Live Oak. Fla. May 7. 190,7.
rich,.m.ell..Q1 today are but the that we,
given
Published eTery Afternoon boys and manyof Notice is hereby and itfoba Things!
pbol' of yesterday; I the undersigned tax payers
appreciateClothing
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Except tie poor boys of today will In a citizens of the territory to be knownas

few be millionaires. Many of the Rixford Special Tax: School
J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gr.Entered years will present to the Board of
district.
America's greatest statesmen were first Tuesday In / _
Public Instruction at
originally poor boys. These facts are requestion that a z
at the Postoffics, Lire Oak. June, petition
pictured very truly in a recent issue special election be called for the pur-
Florida.. as Second Class Mail Matter Tax
November 7. 1905. of the St. Louis GlobeDemocrat.It pose of establishing a Special reason :
following Prices:
.. set up In..the ? t
.. a say: r ... School petition district as desiring to become a -

"Wisconsin's new seinator is Its Tax School district for the i
THE UYB OIK PUBLISH13G COMPASY. Special a
and collecting
richest man. Before an outcry is purpose of levying

raised about another addition to the district school tax for the exclusive
within -
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be "'millionaires club" In the legislative use the of district the public and free of which schools said dis-

mailed to any part of the United department of the government trict the boundaries are herein setout

States postage prepair. for $5.00 it Is well to consider the record of towit Commencing at the

per year; $!.5u for six months; the new senator throughout its southwest corner of Section 11.Township -

51.25 for three months or SO cents is 2, south of Range 13 east. run
whole Isaac Stephenson
for five. weeks la advance Delivered range. ningfrom thence north one-half mile
to any"'part of the city by one of- the innumerable instances of to section line; thence west one mile We have to be prepared to do

carrier for IB cents per week. the poor" boys who make their way to section line; thence north one-ha things well and this applies to

upward In this country. He came tothe mile to section line; thence west e everything. For Instance, Roberts -
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United States immigrant mile to southwest corner of SC Uon & Rand Shoe Co.
as an
Johnson
,
Editor Jordan of the Punta Gorda 4; thence north three miles t northwest -
from Canada at tie of 11. and a factories,
Herald can write more politics to the age corner of Section /Township have six big specialty

square inch than any other man in rear later found work on a Wisconsin 1. south of Range ISy-ast: thence with a daily capacity: of 40,000
farm. In his case there was no east one mile to secUan line; thence pairs. They employ expert
the state.-Pensacola JournaL
line to Suwannee -
chance for schooling and such book north along sectio the workmen use the best materialin
river; then eastward along
A Tampa man is suing his wife for knowledge as he gained was pickedup Suwannee riyer to section line be- all their shoes and the latest
at odd times by native witAt 22 Township Is used..
divorce and the ground for his complaint tween.Secjidns 21 and ; and best machinery
he into lake navigationand sonurof Range 14 east; thence
is that she talked to him so length went 1. thence west 1 They are prepared to make good
Invested his savings in timberlands so Vf\o township line;
BRAND
much it kept him sick. Talking is township line one-half mile: i shoes that's why"STAR

c better than pouting. Jacksonville an operation whose profits !thence south one mile to section line; i SHOES ARE BETTER" One

Metropolis.It may be Judged by the present priceof thence west one-half mile to section : of their shoes, the "QUAKER"

lumber. After becoming a capi- line; thence south one mile: ; thence for women at $3.00 is the best
west one-half mile; thence south one-
talist Mr. in
might not be amiss to bind the Stephenson engaged half mile; thence west one mile and ] shoe for the money we can: find.

"unwritten law in sheepskin and banking and he Is now a multimil- one-half to range line between The Star on the heel and the

put a copy In every lawyer's desk lionaire. He has long been knownas Ranges 13 and 14; thence north wont "QUAKER woven with

to save him trouble when he wishesto a liberal citizen with, philanthropIc along range line one-half south-mile; '. ', silk in the facing are guaranteesthat
ideas and who his thence west two rifles: to
knows
no one
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hunt for "authorities" and pre- west corner of Section 11, Town- the "QUAKER is honestly
cedents.palachicola Times. career could believe that he has employed ship two south of Range 13 east, to constructed and will satisfy.
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1 any discreditable means to point. of beginning: Come see them and "WALKOX

The lawmakers would do well to reach a senatorship..,or that he will E. R. Wise, J. W. Mikell. J. S. STARS.**
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be other than an honest conscientious Mikell, T. A. Mikell, A. W. Win-
remember that while bills for the I: member.A I burn. F. C. Murphy, J. M. Williams. The best woman In the world

protection of gophers and the like I P. H. Lewis P. S. MikeU, A. M. could not make good bread if

are up. matters effecting the prosperity large majority of American mil Lewis, J. F. Howell C. Johnson, she didn't have good flour. The i

and progress of the State are be- lionaires were originally poor boys C. H. Brinson. J. L.. Haddock J. T. best woman in the world could If
Mikles, J. O. Oliver. O. C. Allison, \ you are, you can oar;
somewhat and the only sure way to cut down
ing neglected.-Palatka if she did-
R. J. Allen J. H. Burnett J. T. n't make good butter 1
TimesHerald.The the list is to place limitations on Ward W. R. Driver G. W. Allison n't have the right kind of milkto expectirg to see E

American opportunities and enter- R. W. Allison J. M. Raglan J. P. churn. Neither could the I
interest
Key West Citizen has nominated prise. A poor boy necessarily starts Doliymple.J, C. Skeen. best woman in the world make I you in oar toes

Jefferson B. Browne for into business at the bottom and com- and varied
governor. Notice Of Special Tax School Election good cake if she used salt for stock of spk-.
Mr. Browne himself hasn't been prehends at the start the power of Branford District Xo. 4. sugar.

'heard from but the chances are that self-reliance backed by Industry and In accordance with Chapter 4678 new clothing for

he will run. He is a strong man and sound o, rvation. He learns.to ;make and the school laws of Florida an Summer which
in styfe
will probably make a very active the most of a little.,and.,bow.l.by the election will be held In Branford ,p

exercise of judgment and he Special Tax School District at the, and is *
campaign.-Pensacola Journal. energy .' assortment on* *
usual voting place on'
can take the next step forward. A .
basis is thus laid that be obtained Tuesday June 11th. A.:D. 19O7. that shown by tie feairge
I
The price of land in Suwannee can to elect -threetrustees to serve for LUMBER'

county is increasing in value everyday In no other way. Having mastered the succeeding two years and to determine DOWLING & ing establishments of Ka

and the young man or the old the art of depending on his own the maximum number of

man who fails to secure at least: work and qualities be. acquires a mills of district school tax -to be. levied City. If ycu haven't fe

enough for a home, will wake up capacity for larger combinations. W.for G.each'of'said Vernon, E.years.D. Blanchard this Spring to see the

some fine morning to find prices Leaning on nobody, and knowing the and R. A. Ivey are appointed inspectors NAVAL l STORES r rI

"sky high.** They are already get- possibilities of what he can do for and N% H.Green, clerk. I value we offer ia

ting up in that direction comparedto himself, an individuality is developed Done by order of Board of Public
Instruction of Suwannee County Fla.J. .
what they were a few years ago.Capital .. that deals with, actual facts, ,, E. WOOD. E. R- WISE.

avoids mistakes,' and commands con- Sec'y and Supt.. Chairman.

removal is again being fidence. Money begets money.. Nothing COMPANY r M1CllALESSTB

agitated in Tallahassee. We would is easier than for a multimillionaire Notice Of Special Tax School Election
LuravUle District No. 10.'
prefer to see some of the officers occupying to add to his riches. Rates of I
In accordance with Chapter 467S
: the capital removed. And Interest work unceasingly and a sil- and the school laws of Florida, an DOWLING PARK, Fk ..

f there will be a shaking up next year. ent increment is certain in a grow- election will be held in Luraville

If the state capital were ing country like this. Special Tax. School District, at the . . . . . . .1 CLOTh!
fINE
located at White Springs there would How far an intense pursuit of usual voting'place' on

be wealth Is worth while is Tuesday June llth. A. D. 1907.
r no need of the legislature demand- another Notice Of Special Tax School Election
to elect three trustees
to for
ing "distilled.* or 'carbonated water. question. It is not unknown in serve
the succeeding two years and to de- Midway District Xo. &.
We have here an abundant supply of other parts of the world by any termine the maximum number of

the purest and best that flows from means, but proceeds elsewhere un- mills of district school tax to be levied In accordance with Chapter 4678 You shouldn't delay i-

mother earth.White Springs Her- der far greater difficulties. Low for each of said years.T. and the school laws of Florida, an You cart &
aid. birth and iron fortune bar I. McIntosh, G. F. Gamble andC. election will be held In Midway Spec- other day.
are no to
S. LeFever are appointed Inspec- ial Tax School District at the usual
# advancement in the United States tors and L. M. Ballentine clerk. voting place on equal of this celebratedanywhere

The "equal pay for equal work" where many poor boys grow into the Done by order of Board of Public
Tuesday June
llth A. D. 1907. in town safa'jmore
school teachers bill has been repassed circle of great wealth and industrial Instruction of Suwannee County, Fla.
J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISESec'y to elect three trustees to serve for Of
by the New York Legislature responsibility. They have the im- the than we asL
and Supt. Chairman. succeeding two years and to de-
over the veto of Mayor McClellan of mense advantage of knowing how termine the maximum number of

New York city and is now in the the world is made for those who Notice Of Special Tax School Election mills of district school'tax to be levied high-grade cepende'rials

hands of Gov. Hughes. Whether the start at,the bottom. They are fam- O'Brien District Xo. 3. for each of said years. faultless cut 1 ting

Governor will sign it is an open illiar with the elements of poverty, In accordance with Chapter 4678 G. H. Dorman J. A. DeBerry and ,
but the that and the school laws of Florida, an J. V. Brown ors appointed inspectors I up-to-theme=
is
question. The bill provides that poverty hopeful and election will,be held at O'Brien Spec- and W. I::. Horn, clerk.. anlvanced

women school teachers shall have ambitious. Mr. Stephenson is no ial Tax School District at the usual Done by order of Board of Public I fashion son tS'

the same pay as men teachers for amateur on the subject, and a man place on instruction of Suwannee County, Fla. '

>; equal work. ;Much'opposition to the with his training should be a wise Tuesday June llth, A. D. 1907. J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. 'selection of any d

bill was manifestIiI_ ::; New York legislator at a time when businessand to elect three trustees to serve for Sc'y and Supt. Chairman.

city: on the ground.that, tne men social problems are numerous. the succeeding two years and to de- $25.00 with every
termine the -
XOTICIL
maximum
number ,
teachers: had families to support and or. In fact, at any time. Though mills of district school tax of Notice
to be levied Is hereby given that the p.irna.cut .
were therefore entitled to higher pay nearly 78. he is younger by ten for each of said years. undersigned

than, the women teachers, who are years than Alabama's two capable J. W. Barnes, J. Flemming and Estate of J. as administrator of the Sort got the best
A.
T. Adams deceased
senators, who also Williams, are appointed in- will
without fammes.-Savannah Morn- were poor boys,
and are comparatively spectors, and Rufus Griffin clerk. on Monday the first day of July. at the pc=j:1 pi:
Ing News. poor yet
Done by order of Board 1907.
of Public present his vouchers
though none the less estimable and Instruction of Suwannee receiptsand

Live Oak has a criminal court of useful. They will testify that the J. E. WOOD. E.County R. WISE Fla., J. A.report of and for the Estate of ';
f Sec'y and Adams, deceased, and thereupon 5o.ts f$3OOtQ
record. That place has all the sy interns United States senate is not a million- Supt. Chairman. Smart Song
apply for his
final discharge
of being a c1ty.--Tampa TrIb- aires' club in the offensive sense attached Notice Of Special Tax School administrator as
Election of the
une. Mayor's court.: Justice of the peace to the term. Houston District Xo. 8. J. H. WETHERINGTOX said estate. -

court county judge's court circuit In accordance with Chapter 467 2'1'6m J

court and county commissioner'scourt. Live Oak claims to be the fifth city election and the school laws of Florida, an Administrator.
will be held in Houston
Live Oak for a "dry" county, in population in Florida, and the lar- ial Tax School District: at the usual Spec- GUARiMAX XOTICE.

., seems amply provided for In the way gest inland city in the state. How Toting place on Xotice is hereby given that ,

of courts. Why so many courts about Lake City's claim of over seT Tuesday June llth. A. D. 10O7. of sixty this dayS after the first publication ;. Clothes made of tee

where wickedness does not abound? en thousand, and where do Miami and to elect three trustees to serve for for the notice, 'i as guardian of, and

-OCala Banner. Possibly the courtsare St. Petersburg stand in the list- the succeeding two years, and to determine estate of Hame Louise Stripling in handsome p '

responsible for the fact that Ocala Banner. According to the mills of district the maximum number of report, p and minor vouchers, will make my annual tailored to resist,"ear"
school tax to be of said Guardians
"wickedness does not abound,** here. State census of 1905 here is where for each of said years. levied lip, to the Honorable .10. N. Connor -- their shapeliness

Then it may be that "Live Oak fora Miami St. Petersburg and Lake City ?.J. H: Long, S. W. Kennedy and J. I city,of County UTe Judge, at his office In the values thatse'lelsewito '

dry county" is peopled by law stand in the list: Miami 4,733; St. Knight are appointed inspector .said Oak, Florida, and will at a b'
time
and Epsten: Oliff ask for hermentofattractiTe lI1
abiding citizens,. and for that reason Petersburg. 2,316; Lake City, 6,509; Don by order ,ofBoard clerk. of from said guardianship.a final discharge $10.50

'wickedness does not abound." Ocala. 4,493; Live Oak 7,200 Instruction of Suwannee Public J. N.

Lethe reason, be what it may it is Since that census was taken all J. E. WOOD' E.County R. WISE, F1 a. Guardian for Hattie Louise CLING., to$7.50.

an acknowledged fact not only by Of the'towns mentioned have made > Sec y and Supt. Chairman

Hon. Frank Harris, but by every wonderful growth,,(OcaU included). .f Disturbed the Con gregatbo. A little'KOdoJJaw.es' ,occasional. --

person who is acquainted ,with the, Live Oak now claims population -The person who disturbed e3pecialli after >eating, '

facts that "wlckednesj does Dot ab- of between 8.090 and 9,000. St. SUnday the congregatio2i'IasL ,dour stomach" belching 2 relieve.

r- bound "In Suwannee county as it Petersburg baa made .a great gainin SSISL1' t,quested to by bay coatinualy a bottle : .1. B,,Jones, of Newport Terk'heartburri -. BUTLERUYE B

other counties in this has also Lake may, three
does in some population as City s Honey and Tarim bottles of Kddol
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; of
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Views of Live Oak and Suwannee '< We all know that Merchandise in every line is steadily advancing and REAL Bargains are : :

V County Gathered by the Demo *
scarce.We

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

't.' our customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while they last: ;;

I C B. Davis of Woodstock, Is here ,
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?3- out.tonight- and have HANDKERCHIEFS. Shirt Waists at less than cost of ma- Skirts .. . .._. .6Oc to.$8.OO, "
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come
All
25 doz. Embroidered 50c to 75c terial. See the values at. .. 98c .
time. Corset Covers f .,. .sMc to $1.50 y
values at three for . .$1.00 Latest Winsor Ties Brown Plaids
Chemise . . . esc to .
E* E. P. Mlckel of Madison was here 25 doz. Embroidered 35c to 60c each .. .. ... .. . .. 25c $2O
Fans . Drawers . . . 33c to $2.00
each .
yesterday. values each at. . . 23c .5c, lOc and 23c
'25 doz. Embroidered and Lace, lOc White Wash Skirts eachOSc to $2. ,0 10 per cent discount-this week only.
J. H. Reynolds of O'Brien isis
Dr. .values, each 2.t... . . 3c
the city today. I Muslin Underwear made of best Long Silk Gloves. and Mitts, per _

r. Coif A. B. Small left for Lake City i Sample Hand Bags at wholesale quality Cambric and Nainsook cut Pair. . . .50c to $1.73 1::

this morning. prices . .. 5Oc to $t.s extra full. 500 doz. Pear Buttons. 2 dozen j

I White Wash Belts .. .
each. JOc Gowns .go to $1.00 for . . .. . Zc "
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['- Fine cream and cake at the Auditorium Perfumery Face Powders, Cold 1 The ladies of St. Luke's Guild took LOST-Watch fob, heart charm ;
I' T. A. Powell, of Cairo Ga., was
: today and tomorrow. Cream Salve Fancy Soaps etc., at I l' In quite a nice sum of money last with initials "W. G. H." Finder're-1 f' here for the past few days and it is
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St. Luke fair Tuesday Wednesdayand night which encourages them great- turn to W. G. Hair and receive reward -t rumored the object of his visit was
Lon Rogers who has been here for Thursday IT it to
capture one of our school ma'ams.
,-.seven days left for Wellborn. We like .Ir. Powell but we don't
Rev. G. S. Roberts, of Havana has Mrs. A. D. Hemming and daughter Henry Shephard Is not exactly a t like the object of his visit unless he ;

A. Livingston of Madison was been here for several days on a visit and granddaughter. Mildreth farmer but we think he has startedin concludes to locate In Live Oak.
here yesterday a guest of the Ethel. to Presiding Elder Hendry. Smithson are spending In the day at on that line as he has gone to

"Grubbing." T. S. Balsd n. wife and family returned ?
: Mrs. Carrie Boyett.. of O'Brien DeWitt's Little Early Risers fam- 'Yellborn.'J I
from Santa Fe today where .
little pills. Sold by City Phar FOR
1I"U here today shopping. ous SALE-One Bay mare six
they had been to visit ;
W.
R. McGregor's -
Lr.: West received this
t- macy. morning a: years old. Fancy saddler and drives
Mrs. Joel Hogans of near Pine- thoroughbred: Kentucky horse thatis 'well In harness. Apply to 'R. J. baby. They have seen the

r. mount, is here shopping today. Mrs. R. E. Wadsworth of;Mayo, 'one of the finest animals ever seen. Taylor: Live Oak, Fla. 18-3t rest of the family for years but the
attraction now seems to be that
i. 'was here this morning en routs home in Live,.Oak., J "I J ".L. ,-r" baby.
Mr Martin the cattle king off from Lee.J. The coffee making In the peculiarwas
Branford, is here today. Mrs. E. H. Clayton, who has been lots of fun to the crowd at the Miss Lois HIggins, of the Park,

.( B. Barton Is having a tile walk r.sitiEg her father"W. A. Cooke re- Auditorium last night. Come get a was kern today en route to Mill-

Anything from a lawn mover to a laid on the north. side.of,his residencelot turned to her- hpuge .near Falmouth fine cup of coffee tonight, 'only, five town. Ga. We had thought that
F cut-glass' bowl at St. Luke fair. on Ohio avenue. : .13 morning. .' cents. It does taste good. town was the sole property of one of
J-lve Oak's fascinating girls and we
,
M. L. Burnett leaves this evening Fifth City Band will play at the WANTED, practical, man who G. J. Strozier. assistant reading fear Miss Lois is infringing upon her

t for Jacksonville and Savannah.If Fair Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday understands_ the latest,and :bet pro- clerk of the house of representativesand territory.
nights. cess ,ot tanlng leather. Address' W ',former member of the house 'i
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you want to sell see J. M. Bailey B. Collins. Live Oak. Fla. I from. Marion' county, vas in the city Misses Natalye Black and Leona
licensed auctioneer. He sells. W. S. McCall 'and wife of Quincy.. '' today. 'I Padgett went to Gainesville this
were here this morning, en route to .,,James RichburgVlfe and baby, of morning. These lovely girls are ex- _

Mrs. Woodson. of White Springs Hampton, Springs. Cedar Key were here this morning, H. F. Ingalls, who has been to At- tremely popular In Live Oak. as was ;

; ii a guest of Mrs. Dr. C. S. Brown. en route to Luraville on a visit to lanta to have an eye operated upon : evinced by the young gallants at the

Come prepared to treat your girl Mrs. Richburg's people. is here for a few days visiting his :. depot eager to bask in the sunshineof

Il. See the new butler color net for Tuesday Wednesday and Thursdayat I parents and after his visit will return their favors.
waists at the Ladles' Emporium 20-3 the Auditorium.B. Two second hand: buggies for to his home on the East Coast. ''
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:sale cheap. Come early if you wan : Miss Sarah Gilmore left for Bax-

Photographer Williams went :o : O. 'Bowden of the Dade City the pick. J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. Professor Abel came here from ley Ga., to remain several months

V Madison on business this morning. I Star was here yesterday, en routeto Campbell, manager. Jacksonville yesterday and gave 'jesterday. Miss Gilmore is one of
Tallahassee. another lesson to the Fifth City I i Live Oak's popular milliners and has

f'Je.. the new turn-over belts white Julius Suraski Is in Jacksonville Band. He is an able band instruc : hosts of friends here. Of late she

i'and tan at the Ladies' Emporium. 3t Fine home-made candles, Hylers' today to witness the baseball game tor. has been with Mrs. Lyons.
fancy candies at Auditorium during and will continue his journey to i

I_ Mrs., W. R. Dorman was here from the St. Luke Fair.If Fernandina to visit his sister. C. O. Saunders gave us a ride in' Try Dally Democrat lOc a week. I
r.Tallahassee a short time this morn- his paste wagon today. Charley has '

kg. you wan draylng done or a Mrs. J. J. Jones went to Lake City a nice "runabout" and glides over ,
trunk carried to the depot right this morning to. attend the Advent the roads as if he was hunting for
PRETTY
| Tine felt matresses for sale at quick phone:129. W. N. Boatrigbt. conference and from there will go work. .
.
Auditorium Tuesday Wednesday and to Jacksonville to visit her daughter. COLD
f Thursday, Constanline Algerny and wife of I Pain caused by boils, burns scalds

Tallahassee. Fla.. were here today : and skin diseases Is promptly relieved
i I have Just opened a dressmaking
t Ladles INSIDE .
The Fair opens again'at 't o'clock en route to Hampton Springs.Dr. i room In the Lewin building; by DeWitt's Carbblijed Witch Hazel < -
\ this afternoon. at 3 Satis- Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City j
Skating begins and will be glad to serve you. '
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o'clock. Puterbaugh was called to I trial. Pharmacy.
>. faction guaranteed. Give me a ., -1
of
: '- Savannah yesterday on account MRS. KIGHT. r

the illness of his wife. I Miss Vigene Baisden a student of ,
Sate the Southern Business College left !

P'or Mrs. McClellan, of Woodstock, who this morning for Tallahassee to ac-'

has been visiting here leaves for her I Wedding i iPl'lesents cept a position for the remainder of I

home this evening. |i the session of the legislature as "

;IMPROVED{ AND UNIMPROVED J. E. Johnson and mother of i stenographer.Mrs. ((1

Jacksonville, are here today en M. Starling mother of W. H.

route to Hampton Springs. Starling killed at McAlpin by W. R.
$ity Real state FOR THE Jenkins, and the widow of the de- i

Home-made candies were much JUNE BRIDES ceased, who have been attending
sought after at the fair yesterday. court here, returned home this morn-
We have Huylers' and Blocks' too. ing. as you may Imagine. But the contents -
are none the less attractive as

Farms Etc. Florida ar- '. who choose the climax to a luncheon dinner or
s Mrs. Hisler of South Or those -Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best
visit to her the month of May. Just I supper. Ice Cream seems to enjoy an
a
on
rived here today for women and children. Its mild
; I: look in at our exquisite universal popularity with young and I
pI daughter, Mrs. T. J.. Skinner. 1 1I I Diamond Pins Brooches action and pleasant taste makes It old of both sexes. But to have it I
i and Rings. Watches, preferable to violent purgatives suchas
Helton was here this i, Bracelets, Etc. Every- booklet food, it must also be perfectly pure
Get the
I 1lSTYOUR Mrs. Roy II pills, tablets, etc.
Station en i thing in Jewelry. Our and wholesome. Then it is really a
morning from Porter always and a sample of Orino at City Phar
are
customers healthy and nourishing dish, and may
route to Jasper. dw I
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F pleased.RADFORD macy.
PROPERTY partaken of freely. We have ,a

z Pills goodly variety of flavors, and weguarantH'
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder I i An account of the piano recital
Ingredient in
WITHUS. kid- every every ,
weak
relief for of Mrs. C. S
afford prompt given at the residence
trouble ounce of it to be perfectly pure and I
neys, headache and urinary *- Brown last night by the pupils of cleanly made.
Citfpharm.acT. : T.': assisted toy Mrs. fFLORIDA i
gold. .by Mrs. L Morgan
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l R J I Presiding Eider Hendry and' 'family' The Jewsrlerllyf :' : Sam morrow's Humphreys'Issue. Lack win appear of time In prevents to-- BOOK I

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i moved to Jacksonville, this .Corning this LJ OAK, fiA. .I : us 'from doing the matter AND NEWS CO.
They will be sorely,missed from ,. ... Justice today E
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Richmond Ya. sass lows, CIIIIITa4L: visa x
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Manufacturers of .
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The Seaboard Air Line Railway "isedF Mail ,('T

t. announces low excursion rates from Shingles Ice Electric Lights; Oathand STATIONS.Expe I &4""
Lumber .Eaeept a sat
all Florida points made one cent per 3unda7a I s
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mile to Richmond Va., and return Power and Turpentine.Electric "

.. account of the Re-Union. Tickets on I"L' ._ --..... .. :
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sale May 26, 27. 28. 29 and 30th. :: .;

The Seaboard operates double daily Lights in any part of the city furnished for Resident t 50 a m t S4.p.. Lv orates __.Lor.L.! .

Jacksonrtlle reasonable rate. Electric Power- Lv .r..Stokle7__., a..
service from Tampa or Business Houses at a very I. a s es p.a :

and other Florida points. Extra day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. 110 a aa i56pmL. '';;r. .L..bt.' .

through Pullman sleepers and day, Ly. Kirkland t
t Sol "m
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coaches have been arranged. so all i Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention -. ss >>, i
41'pIBAr ---t..I;
140 a lID =
be made comfortable.In .
may to i and all orders promptly filled. aw m LY Witno U rts ----k! i
order to allow their patrons ,

visit the Jamestown Exposition the I We will give you good>>: prices on low grade ceiling and t 10 a at Lv__... _.r.r viU. _..__- -I

Seaboard will honor return portionof flooring. Come and get our prices.to 9 30&m Ar w-Wilmath U _... I

Richmond: tickets from Ports-I I C 50 a.i Wdmar,

month. Tie total round trip rates i 20) t., ...,
: I 1 prov-'de for tie Irapoandiag and f City ten hundred and thirty-two 19 lit a m I. 24 p .-.Su. RiY-.L. -.
ia Z.8
from some of the Important points sua5os; of tss same" passed (1032) feet said street to be fifty eod.- 'lia -
Florida, are follows. feet In width. 1 320 a ao ". L ..L. .
as i September 30th. 1903 and approved I (50) a.1 1i t
October 6th. 1903. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and 1Cu. araf 4 40pmAr., _.-_ ..Hs7o.L. .- ..... --+h.
; Jacksonville .$13.:5 I' Be It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak. 1040&-; .. ._..- -.-.-. 'lil
Lake City 13.5 City Council of the City of Lire Oak. I Florida: 23
_ Lire Oak 13.75 Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street in 0 54 a m! Lv 'w=.-...- .u f5i f-t
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{ Section la. That Section Section the City of Live Oak Florida, as it : a IR lL. 1.6 i
Madison .. ....... 14.00 1. I I ..... --MayO. yak .J
Monticello 14.65 2 and Sectioa 7 of Ordinance I now stands be opened extended and ''I 05 a m IAS. '-
Xo. 16 of the City of Live Oak. i established from the eastern side of 1 !0 amf i44"ml'L.- '7eLb s '

Tallahassee 15.45 Florida being an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet I ,L. ......-- c.- P.dU2Iam ,.___ ii
Gainesville 15.15 ;-\n ordinance to prohibit the running i in width at right angles with said 4 U Pili// 1-' 3.JI tt
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Ocala ...... ....>...... 15.75 1 at large on tte streets of the 1 Ohio avenue eastward to White street .1 23 a 45:: ,LY 2 .J
< Leesburs lt.55 City of Lire Oak. of horses. mules. in White's Addition to the said City m1 paaLY----.A.t, .... _._ -_L. ,t1
I of Live OL the northern boundary 11 46 s S 13 i.b '1c.
Logs and goats, and to provide forthe : ttLv +
Tararcs ................... lC-:O of which said shall be alice 51..l pmE _O.aritoo....__._ ;
extension
Impounding and disposing of the t 517 'oS t.-:.
Apopka. 16.:@ ." approved October: 6.1 103. beard i drawn at right angles with Ohio pmr Ly Yeene.-__' y'f I
Orfudo 1 .7 ai! ; the same'are hereby amended so avenue frem a point on the eastern (6 a m Stpm a. t Si,-It

Dia3r CEs.jr -__ _.______._ ___ 2-@a as to read as follows: i side of Ohio avenp- directly oppositeto lS. m b35pm .--:---Fenholoway 2.6 .-..Ir tAalt
1 Setioa 1. Horses, males hogs the northern bounadry of Wilbur ..
Past ciT ___.___nn__ 17-55 !i Z' a aa b 41 pm'L """- -- r-urk-- ---- ...._
I Iv aid goats shall not be allowed to run street as it now stands running at '
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.at large upon nay of the streets alleys rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 u U m 560. pmAr!{ -- '..+, -

= -----_____________ 3S5@: lases or unenclosed property of feet to White street in White's Addi-

-----____________ 1I.35LrneLn ti-s Gty of lire Oak:. and that cows I tion In said City of Live Oak Flo"- (a) Te4esrsih or Telephone Station (f' Flag Stat OlL (rl Bczaue. t.) Etta

_______________ li'S! :aril tot be allowed to run at large | ida. excepting therefrom three feet \reacyStatKMi T. P. starch S..eis
ttn3 a:p ol the streets lanes or across the northern side of the
---______________ ,poa1!ic highways of the said City or I Parsbley family burial grounds, BIUS. Genera er AcenC -

TC'hi le terse sates are ati 'G; ssecelosed premises, within I which is included in said description
the fallowing boundary la said City and within the Iron fence Inclosing
far the CnrfeogrBtg T ii y cT Lire Oak. Florida to-wit: said burial grounds.

open 'tit the pub5a. Rezinaig at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation Confederate Veterans ReuniRICHMOND

Tte Seaboard have issue a very sad First streets intersects and run- proceedings shall be Instituted in the

a.ttracttYe: and ftd3 er ts zi=g south to where Irvin and Carroll name of the City of Live Oak, in accordance -
: streets Intersect thense east to : with the provisions of the
voted entirely to: this: OCOLSIOZ. Cop: Hoostoa street thence south along i i iHosston Statutes in such case made and provided

ies of this folder Lila other irfr=*-'' street to John street thence : for the purpose of carryingout VIRGINIA

boa can be obtained on ap j> eaioa'east on John street to Church street. : the provisions of Section 1 of

to any Seaboard to ;:theme south on Church street to cor-3 this Ordinance.
zest or j
i i poratkm line thence east on corpora- Section IIL That this ordinance
& C. nOYrSTOX.Jr., \ MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd 190?
:;:taos line to White street thence j shall take effect upon its passage b.
Assistant General Passenger Agent :'!north on White street to Howard the Council and approved by the ,

Jae o+ rme. na. }i street thence east on Howard street j Mayor, or upon its becoming an
;to a point opposite Georgia avenue ordinance without the approval of th3 VIA
':thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.
Millions are poured Into oar colleges avenue to the northeast corner of !' Introduced by Alderman F. Ion

and urirersitie to educate the I'I Bryson street and Georgia aveDue.1 j Robertson and passed by City

brains of America while almost nothing -:'thence due north along j Council In regular session assembled

Is done to educate the heart.If I II II to a point opposite>> Fifth street 'on this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907. ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1
I thence west to and.along Fifth street CHAS. H. BROWN
1 to Atlantic Coast Line railroad! President City Council.
Yorf Don't ,thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:

succeed the first time use Herbine i Coast Line railroad to First street S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I. .

and you will get instant relief. The I thence west along First street to S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 30th i.
i l point of beginning." I City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby
greatest liTer regulator. A posiUTe "Section 1L It shall be the duty certify that the above and foregoing Rates for this occasion is .

cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia i i,of the City Marshal or any deputy J Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed -
Malaria. Chills and all lIver com i I Marshal or policeman of the said by the City Council on the 8th day
plaints. Mr. Cof Emory. Texas City to take possession of and place of April. A. D. 1907 and the sameis $13.75 from JacksonvilleFor
writes tin a pound to be provided for that tetchy certified to the Mayor for
wife has
: My been using Her
i. purpose any horse mule hog or goat his approval. "
bine for herself and children for fireyears. ( found by him or them running at Witness my band and seal of said the Round Trip, or virtually one cent a mfr

It Is a sure cure for constipation : large upon any of the streets alleys. City. this 8th day of April. A. D_ distance traveled with correspondingly low rates fry

and malaria fever which is substantiated i highways or other unenclosed pro- 1907.Seal
by what it has done for ':petty within said City and likewise ) S. P. MAYS, points. Extension of limit to July 6th can be obtaiBJ

i take possession of and place in said : City Clerk. ticket with and d"
s depositing special: agent payment
family. Sold Snwannee
my
by Drag
pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me
Co. d-w running at large on any of the streets tins 9th day of April. A. D. 1907 cents at time of deposit.For .

,, other alleys, lanes public highways or I\ M. E. BROOME. Mayor full information and Pullman reservations nsf
unenclosed
property of said'
ORDINANCE XO 58. : City of Live Oak within the bouDd- I' call on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger i*:

An Ordinance amending Section aries prescribed In Section I hereof." : A Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville. Fla.
"Section VII. For ; LIQUID GOLD CURE ,
Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11. being I catching and
entitled "An ordinance fixing the impounding stock under this ordin- j
salary to be received by the officers I< anc. the City Marshal shall be en- ', -ANDLAXATIVE -

of the City of Lire Oak. Florida., approved |i titled to the following fees namely: '
October 6. 1903. !For catching and impounding horses COUGH SYRUPTHE Live Oak Perry&Railroad

Be It Ordered by the Mayor and mules and cows fifty cents per head ,
City Council of the City of Live Oak. goats thirty cent per head hogs one
Florida: I' dollar per head. For feeding and Company.
Section 1. That Section Three (3) taking care of such stock while In
of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of"pound for horses mules and cows he THE X & ORIGINAL
Schedule
Live Oak. Florida being an ordin shall receive forty cents per day per Kffective. April 7, 1907.WB3TBOCKD .
head each for hogs or goats ten cents NEW
ance entitled "An ordinance fixing "
un"
per day bead each for advertising
per ; '
the salary to be received by the of 1STCLASS YD. a
In-oars
ficers of the City of and selling such animals he shall IDEA Mail A jPueen-F! t aadl
Live Ook. Florida receive the stim of fifty cents for Yass, ail t Pacts? ;
," approved October 6, 1903 be horses mules or cows per head and I ger. I Pas. I I I a.sL. pi' saIrai.IQs -

and the same Is hereby amended so for hogs or goats,the sum of twenty- S.t t I No.S. I Ida L I Dian 1'1lIndq
as to read as follows: Da17 ea. .rSa; '
five cents per head each The word r Dai17 'S.
I tr. OnIT ..
I sander.
(Section 3.) The City Marshal "hog under this ordinance shall betaken n. Ee4 Clever Blown and ne Boaay.. M Siia; o.TK.
shall receive a salary of sixty-five to include "pigs." Br ery Bottle. A. P1H P.11. j p )[. ; P. X :.L s :
Dollars per month as City Marshal Leavy Lease Leave j IJI1"
A Cold I 'Ani.AJ7'W
and i Section Ha. That this Ordinance or a Cough nearly always pro- 1 Zit'_ _._ s_ ..
the sum of Ten Dollars duces 8 .m. iive Oa.k---- ... 4
per shall take effect Immediately constipation-the water all runs to the I I Z... I JI' 's .
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upon ------J. ...----1 .
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month s II U ,
as Sanitary
Inspector of theCIty "'
I its passage by the Council and approval eyes. nose and: throat Instead of passing o y t b Z2 1t2 3 oi ---.-----_ :\t&rr..u.._.._._ a 4 t" .
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of Live Oak. Florida. the of the system through the liver and 82! 1 S a en,--------..-.- .- ... ... .._ s. IfII
Section II. That this Ordinance i by Mayor as to mules, For the want of moisture the bowels kidneys. 34Z 041 3 ----.--Pl..tL...-........ ...m..u......." I 4 151. Stl ...
to take effect immediately its horses, goats and hogs, but shall not dry and hard." all become L. 8 351Ar Z Ar I :0'-----.. -..-. Lancaster .... ............ S-- ,_II.. 1F.'
upon i! go into effect as to cows until 60 days Nearly other cough cures Ar 8 .sL.: 'L. .t !..-. .--.lJow DC Park.. ............. ,L. S Lw I "
passage and approval by the Mayor i are constipating.especially bona lo ... .... ... .... 39 .Ar'
from its passage by the City Council containing 8 4 49r .. Duwlirg Yark ........ .. I ..
Passed by the City Council this Opiates. Kennedy Laxative IS.m CLances ........ .... IAr SSj i f.
Passed by City Council in regular Honey and 88 457'1:!.__=:::::=_::-... -----f = :
22nd 4y of April. A. D. 1907. Tar moves the bowels contains 4 i. .Lell.. ..........-...--- a.
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no 81:7 : a
Opiates. i
t session this 8th day of April A. D. e Ar ,4j ':i--------lta7. 3 za1 tS
Attest CIIAS. II. BROWN' 1907. CHAS. H._BROWN. KENNEDY'S costs 5 LY 4 ---- "-""" -.....I) i: _................... s s t M t...Ar.1.i
; Pres. City Council.S. .
I i President City Council. 1 4 i ._-.Sab__..... ... : aa .
P. MATS. CUT Clerk.I. S 1
I Attest: .i b .:_.tf .. ... .-....-.-.-..--.-.
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S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the ; $. P. 11A YS. City Clerk. LAXATIVE i2 b 38 i : .S math _.. _. ._-.--.._-_ 41 ii f i
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City of Live Oak. Florida, do here! I. S. P Mays City Clerk of the --- -----
Arll ZS Ar 6 Ar 6 -v- _Perr7_-................--.. 2 Jr-
by certify that the above and foregoing -i City of Live Oak Florida do herebycerti.v CONTAFIUKtjy 1 P. II. P. 1d.13 -- pton Spina .-----"'---''' Lv1f. ,Y H pA J.
Ordinance No f S was regular I that the above and foregoing 1
ly passed by the City Council on the {I Ordinance Xo. 56 was regularly pass- HON PAID DTAR
22nd day of April. 1907. and the !i I *d by the City Council on the 8th day MAYO AND ALTON C1MNCH.s .
sane is hereby certified to the ,of April. A D. 1901. and the same Relieves Colds by working them out

Mayor for his approval. |''I. hereby certified to the Mayor for of the system through a copious acton of WEsT IJOUND gasT>aof
Witness approval the bowels.
my hand and seal of said 1
City this April 22. 1907. I Witnem my band and seal of said D1'f'-! Relieves Coughs by cleansing and A 'Pages Paasen ,....t ...A'Dail7 ;
(Seal) S. P. MAYS. City this 8th day of April. A. D. strengthens!:g the mucous membranes of aer nr i! l- )
1J07. the throat chest. and No.9Ida a.J&; .a
lungs bronchial :
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City Cler. tubes. Dai17 No.l3.j : l'..L "
(Seal) S. P. MAYS, I S DoiIs
For Croup. T7hooz ex.Sun.ex-SulL. 07 uncUT' DalY Oo.
Examined and approved by me this City Clerk. Cough La Grippe, Out ,.s..Sa" ,
28rd day of April. 1917. Examined and approved by me Influenza, Bronchitis, and all Coo: *, A. Ii.. p n i A-i.: j--- &. .
M. tS. BROOME. Mayor. I this 9th day of Anril. A. D. 1907M. Colds, Lung and Bronchial affections BO Le.. x;., Lea P Leav.. Y. A- Y P.B J1I!
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remedy is equal to Kennedy : : :0 A i;
LtuUvi
i E. BROOME. Mayor. Honey and Tar. : ....... tm t III ;
Children 53
36' 4.JC.-.J.IaToJunetiOlL
like .
ORDINANCE No. M. it. I .
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; ORDINANCE NO. 57. I up In tae BOO and SI.OO btfttlM at :3i. 10 1$ -- ... Z 5'S"' : $
An Ordinance to amend Sections the Lath rl0 IOIAr J
mtory of C.O.D.Witt a 540IArU ---MaFQ..... .. . .
1 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the | An Ordinance providing for the i Oo..CMcxo. U. .A. .1$::::=::::" '_h_.Alton m..... ....... a. U'I..,

city of Live Oak. Florida being an : establishing opening and extending i Sold by City Pharmacy Regular stop, Co aD traIJI' t
Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to :! of Wilbur street In the City of Live from Lire Oa nnecUoR made at ***** Par for ._..tft
the running at large on tstreets h Oak Florida. from and Perry. __-
prohibit ,. the east side of other For information as to
of te City of Live Oak. of Ohio avenue eastward to White lines 'ph Or "phasze 141-
O call
i- on nt.
Genova!
Passenger Ag
horses mules, kegs and goats, and street in White's Addition to said :.. .ar..t :Wt tint BUlIdi.Uone va. Oak .
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j l Z. Cohen Pricks His Flngeiand Red Rock Ginger: Ale :Has I Quickly I ; CLINTON & MIlKS:

Blood Poisoning Ensues. Blazed Its Way To The Very SEABOARD
! Forefront of Popularity ;
A prick In his finger from the point Advertising Contract

. lead pencil caused the death In ; 1
.(1 Placed With I t ,
je Jewish Hospital yesterday of Is- Democrat.That Railway. i .
-iel Z. Cohen. 18 years old, of 1821 I =

't;nth Second stret. RED ROCK Ginger Ale I i:I Wholesale and Re- =

LTfeoagh the accident occurred onJanuary must be good there can be no deny Savannaft Columbia F.f

20th.. nothing was thought ing, as since it was, originated onlya I I Richmond, Camden, Southern Pines, I tailDealers in FloriI = .
when the Raleigh, Washington Baltimore ;
:,f it until a few days ago few years ago the sales of It have ,

wger, the wound on which bad not grown from dozens atid cases to the I: Philadelphia and New York. ;

xealed, began to _swell. The swell- enormous sum of 12$00,000 bottles I: I da and westernMEATS
to his arm and then af- for the
:i spread past year. There are now

fected his entire body. After attend- four large plants In four different TWO\ ELEGflNT\ TRAINS\ DOILY\

i jg COhen for two days and finding cities engaged in turning out this

yjjjself unable to reduce the swell- delightful beverage. It is a GingerAle I

jV| ,. the family physician ordered with distinction and original Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

him sent to the hospital, where these features: First the cobwhich Is

( was diagnosed immediately as like the orange gives to it an attractiveness ;

Wood poisoning. not approached by the Phone 24.

fTlie disease had so far progressed others. The chief distinctiveness I. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. :

that the blood specialists at the hos- however is best realized in the drink- Promdt deliveries

pital were unable to save his life ing. It Is then the totally different

.uL suffering Intense agony, Cohen features is most prominent. The I
| The Jamestown in the
Exposition LineINORFOLK anywhere
died yesterday morning.-Philadelphia delightful bouquet and farewell Im- 1

Press. presses the drinker most favorably.A i
VA.
. C great many soft drinks are con- City.
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: r THE DIVORCE EVIL. sidered harmful to by the prominent system. In physicians this regard $ Excursion Tickets on 3ile DailyFor t

the divorce evil is one of the I
Ii iAs RED ROCK Ginger Ale differs
crying sins of the age and is at- I from them as it is recommendedby full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agents '

fcacung general attention the follow- >f Seaboard, or write, _
'I some of the leading physiciansof : THe Great headache Cure

't ig will be read with Interest as an the country for Its health-giving I:; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Gent Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla.
;
Illustration of the extent of the laxity qualities.
in one State at M"1"M i i"i"M i MM .HI 8 11 |. |. >' Bromo-Pepsin
ot public opinion RED ROCK is responsible to a
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least great; extent for tearing down the
Divorces in Indiana. popular belief that Foreign brands . . = i. . . . . . . .- : 4-.....: "Note the Word Pepsin :

fJB1 the Man About Town in Lafayette of Ginger Ale are superior to Domestic. I OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT G URE C Head '
Ind.. Sunday Times.) It has found Its way into the c) In Ow0t1tl! ( : ? ,

r Figures Just statistician compiled by show Miss Mary that i is most demanded exclusive by homes those and who clubs can com-and is not restricted in the scope of its patronage 'It is i On the Spot. _

8< bbS. state broad enough to accommodate a.ll. and J
the number of divorces granted Ind1an& mand the best. t :So( Opiates. Absolutely Earaless! :

during the year 1906 equaledbout The RED ROCK people are great HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: : All DraggiiU, 10* 2J, a>< Mi "!

: 11 per cent of the total number j believers In advertising. A short for Sale By ;
I time ago a large contract was placed 1.The young folks with their small savings. t
of marriages. The
City Pharmacy
Daring the year there were 28,788carriages with the Democrat for their advertising 2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulxte a fund i ito '

in Indiana and 3,673 dicnes. and their attractive scheduleis procure a home, or a competency for old age. LIVE OAK. FLA. ',-- ;

' Marion county as usual had j I Ithe now running in this paper. 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded .and I ll-23-trwi-Yi.
The: Live Oak Broakerage & Com- the income
largest number of both marriages provided.
mission Co.. the Wholesale DIs-
'ad divorces 2.974 marriage licenses I are 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. -
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tributors in Live Oak. !
and J87 divorces being granted in the H. J. MORRIS

county during the year. I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida l Contractor and Builder >-
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Tie statistician's figures show that ,: Never cast aside your friends if by i. !

any possibility you can retain them. .. a ..-..-+.+- .-.-. Apply for plans estimates l
Ia tie divorce cases a large majority I ,
We the weakest of if r
01 tte defendants were the husbands. i I are spendthrifts : and specifications.Office .
we let one drop off through Inatten-
three times divorces j
Lboat as
many on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing. ;
' tion or let one push away another
'rue granted to the wives as were !!
hold aloof from one through ,
or we
:
jinted to the husbands. The total ;
limber granted to the wives was 2ftZ'and ,- : petty jealousy or heedless slight. ...iiiiniii iiiiiiiiiiiim
the number Would you throw away 4 diamond :
total to
granted because it scratched you? One good Srurl \ \ DR. CHAS. I.. TAYLOR, : ; ;
&e intends was 899. Most of the
rives obtained their divorces thegsaada friend is not to be weighed against
on
I !
of cruel treatment, with ',I the jewels of the earth. s I VETERINARY. ij l'
r
tbudoament a close second. Most; Solicits patronage-Office \ J
Grumbling.If your
1- you suffer from Rheumatism or 7YDi Mast
e.oa the grounds of abandonment.
pains for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill
Tie number of divorces granted to ,
bring quick relief. It is a sure .. w
knbandi on various pleas were given
cure for Sprains. Rheumatism Con-!, rSicK Livers '
follows: Abandonment. 332; icfi-
tracted Muscles arid all pains-and Chamberlain'sCofk
4dlty. 185; criminal convictions. 2;
within the reach of all. Price 25c.
net treatment 316; drunkenness.
II; faOar* to provide 12; miscella- SOc. $1.00. C. R- Smith Tenaha A PURELY VEGETABLE Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy t
Tex.. writes: "I have used Ballard'sSnow
aeou causes. 3 8. The number of di- COMPOUND
Liniment in my family for years Almost every family has needof
lw granted to wives were Abandonment -
825; infidelity 182; crimi- and have found it a.fine remedy for CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA a reliable remedy for colic or J

ul convictions. 32; cruel treatment. I all pains and aches. I recommend it 11 QUICKLY CURES MALARIA,CHILLS and diarrhea at some time during the
for pains in the chest." Sold by Su- "\ ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.t '
fill drunkenness 254; failure toe wannee Drug Co. d-w A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by year.This remedy is recommended .

4(5; miscellaneous causes ..j TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased by dealers who have sold it for I ,
n. save a sick spell tomorrow.
i today may you "
When you rise in the morning many years and how i's Yaze. 4
|A remarkable fact in connection
form resolution to make the day a It has received thoc--ends cfJ "
*fti the divorce business In Indiana a It CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER testimonials hem grctsful people 4It t ?,

Q 1W Is that twelve men secured bappy one to a fellow-creature. to ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED has been prescribed by physicians "i
is easily done; a left-off garment r
hvwees oa the plea that their wives kind Mrs. W. A. WhiteweH Emory. Tex., with llie most satisfactory
who" needs it, a
4a ed to support them. the woman writes: "My child had chill and feverfar results.
word to the sorrowful, an encouraging four years. # We tried all.kinds of J.
I of It has ofira saved life be.cre 11
to the striving-trifles tne-licine!!.and finally acquaintance
expression
Era Dootrr. Policeman. air-will mine recommended Herbine. We ns '.d medicine could have been. seal for ,j
themselves light as
in is completely
three bottle. and the child now. or a physician summoned. 11
=-TO'I are under arrest! You arelstarbing do it, at least for the twentyfourhours cured. You have my permissionto I; only costs a quarter. Can 1
I cheer-
depend this testimonial as
If are young publish
and
the peace! marled a ; you aHord rbk much for
uUv recommend Herbine to all mother you to so so 1
''*3c nin breaking off her first pub- upon It. It will tell when you are old; I biog children. afflicted.mine." hide? BUY IT NOW I- 'JI i

'* Prayer In the strets of London. and if you are old it will send you p .1 BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE :I
-
LARGE -- :- iM "
'Le wu still In ier early 'tens; a gently and happily down eternity.the streamof D//!!L .ff D SHOW LINIMENT co.
:at ship of a girl with no means human time to ,ij
S. A.'SOLD .
ST. LOUIS,
resistance, and as the bullying \1.l
ecer tightened his grip on her arm CURES ALL SKIN TROUBLES. \: . KILL THE COUCH 1
CURE THE LUNCS i
: was dragged shrinkingly with AND RECOMMENDED, BY AND
fora
Sulphur the Accepted Remedy l

lit Hundred Years. Suwannee Drug Company.
tb action aroused the sym- WITH Dr. King'sNew j

NitIes o! the rough crowd as a Sulphur Is one of the greatest _

flltk4 natch fires a keg of gun- remedies nature ever gave to man.

toYdel'**. ud his la prisoner an Instant tte police- Every physician knows it HANCOCK'SLIQUID cures skin T: Discovery !
surround- troubles.
were and blood ,

1* h4 before the officer could raise SULPHUR enables you to FOR COUGHS Trial.l Botti.3Piua',.. i

YoIee he was beaten to the full benefit in most conven-I 1
paveseat get the n- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES-
It wider a shower of fists. ient form. Don't take sulphur 1t tf GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY ;

1rU the girl prisoner who. for4ming "tablets" or "wafers," or powdered DRINK I OS MONEY REFUNDED. ;
, Ws rough grip and the cell sulphur in molasses. HANCOCK'S IS THE IDEAL SUMMER I '
it.Iich he would is pleasant to I
have dragged her. LIQUID SULPHUR
4Ivealed to action. Drug- When the genuine is bottled you get an
the throng In his de- take and perfect in its tothat
When ideal drink of Coca-Cola,, superior
the crowd finally're- sell it.
gists Just exactly -
fountain.
ted Danville served at any
the of
policeman was groaning A well known citizen WORTIj
amount of the Coca- -!

e'th two from broken head legs to and foot.a mass of Pa.. writes case of "Eczema 1 have for had over an aggravated twen- c? Cola the syrup proper is carbonate used; just the the water.proper The =: I I

used to
'or weeks the little girl In the big ty-five years.. I have used seven 50- _fJJ. Sparkle,is flavor and purity is all there because j I Sold direct from factory at factory price. !
... SULPHUROINTMENT '- ,= used with the = Send for free Catalog. Mention this
bonnet paid faithful visits to cent battles of the LIQUID .4; only the purest distilled water u paper. I
#
bottles. Keep | MlLUAHSOKCAJr 7l riASO OK.CHICAGO
thoughI Coca-Cola in sterilized fFDUCATIONLM4 f
feel
as
t.tlpleq I : _
man in the hoslptal. and and now Ord egenuine. refrigerator. and drink
. ee. of hands. It ': -- a it always in your
** Wu released a warmer had a brand new pair the bottled article wherever you go
it will !
Era and I am certain !
Booth and her cause has cured me ,
411II&4 sot persist in usingHANCOCK'S Coca-Cola Bottling Company e
hue if they
found In all England. cure anyone. Jacksonville -

*I s..Jr day she receives letters In a LIQUID SULPHUR according JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I J L.ian, ae o.e r _eo.r.. r.oesa s...car.. ..,,..IoF IIaII_;
"' '"'''''' C)(
sprawling hand signed slm- to directions. I"qua take'Iree. a4d, LLKDaII'ma..
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roar POliceman'. "BUTLER EDGAR.





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Ad-iitional Local 11 to 11:30 a. m- relation of parents -s
by County
to Sunday-schools .
: Superintendent J. E. Wood. :
For a cold or a cough take Ken 1

nedy's Laxative 'Cough Syrup- pit day-school 11:30 to to 12 church*. m.. relation-B; TV of1:Rape un- A POPULAR SUMMER SCH001 :

contains no opiates and gently moves .-'* .- ..
pastor' >Wellborn church:
the bowels thereby driving the cold
etc.
baskets
1:30, emptying
1--to
entirely from the: system. Conformsto '1:30 to 2.00 p. Sperintendent, In Bookkeeping! Business Practice, Stenography, Typewriting, Telegr :
Food and Drug "
the National Pure
J. P. Phillips will be conducted at thej W
.1 His Place and Work. by and English Training -
Law. Sold by City PLarmacy.Miss "':.:
Live Oak.

%:00 to 2:30 p. m.. Missions inSundayschool.
Nannie Crozier. one of the
by Presiding Elder
best teachers In our High School ... '. .
$ A. Hendry. ,
for Cedar Springs, : -11
left this morning i
Benediction by B. T Rape.
Ga. Miss Crozier has been a teacher t ...-
Do not forget the date. June 12th.
In our school for sceveral terms
Everybody invited. Bring dinner If
and Is a young lady very much ad-
you can and if not. come any way.
mired. In conversation with the re-
she'expressed Yours for doing good.F. .
porter this morning
P. McCALL.
her doubts about returning to Live
-
Oak. which irtll be much deplored bj
Mayo Sews Xotes.
pupils and patrons. .
T Mayo May 20. The funeral of .

Mrs. R. A. Dower the aged sister of
C. J. McCebee' was at the depot
Mr. F. P. Crnm formerly cashier of
.and
this mornIng. bound for Lloyd
Mill Company at
the Georgia-Florida
te tad Ms hands foil literally speak
Alton was held yesterday at Bethel
ing. He iras taking to that place
Misses Janie McGehee. Kathleen cemetery; Rev Curtis Crnbb. of Live for Short Practical and intensely interesting courses of study former &m:!

Roberts. Sallie Porter. Stella Lewla. Oak. held the services and the following work we, have the best. Special class in Penmanship by the Ecma.

_ and Lucy Hopson. five of Live.Oak's gentlemen acted as pallbearers $50.00 $75.00 and $90.00.

: younger members of the "smart set." : Henry Lancaster W. T. Clark Scholarships: $40.00, J

" They went to visit Mr. -McGeheesmetier I'Lamar: C. Carter. Dr. G. E. Beth-

and that they will have a I.. ..en. of Mayo and*" L. L. Ramsey and SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE

delightful tine, goes without saying. Mr. Barnwell of Alton.
Mrs O. O. McCollnm of Live Oak.
C

HOB. R I*. Rogers Is here today. returned to her home yesterday after Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.

and favored the Democrat oWce witha spending>> a pleasant week with her

ealL Mr. Rogers has dropped out friend here. Mrs. L. F. Felton. LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Sheriff C. H. Land and his deputies -
cf poBtics.: yet at ese time he was a 1 '

texfsg: pditSeias ia tie state and :i are now baslrjrensaged In summoning L. M. HATTON, .:.7 G. S. STEPHENS -

any e. recfviag tic endorsement of!i Jurors and witnesses for the President and Proprietor -

''Bowo u i e was fa iHarty called.ge i I spring term of circuit court. which

n1ly set the a yysxsXsszt hesought I will convene here on the 28th inst.

SEr- Racers & sow engaged I Mr. J. T. Hendry has accepted a

fa fibe .aw saeres>3rrress is Soa& '' position in the commissary of the

FlsLa. sash is prow He is f Georgia-Florida Mill Company at
CAROLINA COTTOX CROP VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
wea z.ng ihsessSi hulto Lire t Alton and will move there with his SOUTH
.
Qmk, a s zsetf = aStecfT ;family in & few days.Representative LATE.

CIItt ::T- t D. G. Geiger came DOWLING
Back From Trip PAR!
Tallajtassee Mr. W. R Crum
i j Cows Saturday morning from Over Southern Section of State.
Haczs. of Czrroalfc i and spent that day and Sunday -
is from two to
"The cotton crop
erg s C&. :=++e h tom with a; meeting his many friends here. -WAT DOWN UPOft THE SUWJUNEE SIVEJT
I thre weeks late>In the sectoln of
.he31 saaasd H xgh B. Rassen.u The Florida Star Light show which

exptm' fad tn. a charge of I Las been here since 'Thursday left South Carolina -visited..," said Mr. Mineral Springs Hotel and Cotta

serfs Tfce jcisoser was hand- yesterday for Perry. This show Is W. D. Crum. "I have just spent a *

ccSed: to tl* offer a.4 as they ap-I lone ef the best.of its kind that hasvisited week around Columbia_ and the HOT AND COLO BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. COCOEECS. t#

peared in the waMag room mary{ Mayo ln some time. southern part of, the state and thisis WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH
o'f opinion 9t crop conditions PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED. STABLES. SHADY PAVKJJONS. Kfit
my
took them both to be prisoners, and The people Mayo are now en- -
'provided b'y: thereOn sandy Jands the crop looked RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ONUWaKffl
wondered why BO officer had them in joying the fine bathing AGULF. COfiNECnOUTUYUUWUl

charge. The charge against Russellis Mr. W. T. Dees at Dees park, in West red and rusty while on bottom

Mayo. The bathing pools were lands :1U bad a bad start being over- PORK HOTEL. DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDn.
a serious ore and the people>> of open- ADDRESS WM
Carroll county Ga., are terribly ed for business a few days ago. and grown with: grass -
the Is daily "It was agreed,by the producersthat
aroused over the case. Deputy patronage increasing ; a
Sheriff three-inch well which Mr. Dees has the outlook was the poorest for'a
Hogan does not propose to

let his prisoner escape or allow him put down there, furnished a splendid number of years and the planterswere John B. Stetson Univeri

to be molested either at home or en grade of sulphur and iron water blue over the situation. In

both for drinking and some sections the cotton had been
route hence shares the humi nation bathing pur
of being handcuffed to him and will poses. Mayo Correspondent in plowed up and replanted."-Savannah FOUR-'COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS

defend him to the better end. Times-Union. Morning News.

1 DELAND, FLORIDA

A crowd went to Hampton Springs MAY SUE SELLER OF WHISKY :TO Fair. Florida in Summer Time. ; Affiliated with the University of Chicago

Sunday two deputy sheriffs--eight 3DXOR. Sometimes in talking with the old --

in all-and served dinner at Carter's. settlers they will tell you that the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.The standards are tios!ef Del
The Father the Mother Has versity of Chicago. Stetson's receive their degrees tat
Had fish for dinner. One In the or a summer months are the most graduates
to Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.:
Right Damages.
ful and pleasant of all the
crowd claimed be did not like fish
COLLEGE atoitted&P
beaUti-l. OF LAW. Graduates of this College are
Atlanta May 21.-While it rever- the heat is
no more
but tried to eat them alL One tice law In Florida without examination. _
bashful guest shook the buttermilkout sed the decision of the lower court on the summer months here COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC JMechanical. -

of his next neighbor's glass and account of a technical error in the ually is in the North. And then the Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual TEL

knocked the knife and fork from the progress of the trial the Supreme much enjoyable rainy season comingas leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment.

table. One sheriff dis- Court today held in the case of it does In June July August and COLLEGE Of BUSINESS Banking In all its branches. BooBss
deputy was by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective eoxaa! e'
George Wright vs. R. J. Smith from September at just the time of the
because
appointed his girl was not other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious buOdTag.
there and could eat nothing but egg Cherokee Superior Court that a year when it Is so much needed to PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to R ta

custard. The other deputy had to b! father or if the father be dead the give new life to all vegetation. Whenour Yale Princeton Cornell Michigan, Chicago and all first-daa CoBS
has the NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.. Kindergarten i* &*
tagged when he left the bouse. The mother right of action Northern friends come here in

party consisted of Deputy Sheriffs against the person who sells to a the winter, they don't stop to think Schools building.especially 2. Primary prepare and Public Grammar School School teachers.In separate bnflifisfr

minor son liquor for his own use. I that Florida has her winter monthsas
Bailey and Stokeley and Messrs. MUSIC SCHOOL A 10000.00 pipe organ a dozen pianos'
Oliver Hingson. Lewin Goff. Dave Smith sued Wright for $500 well as the North; that many of building large faculty thorough courses of study.

Barnell. John Clark. Mr. Bailey and special damages for seling liquor to our trees lose their leaves; that the ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models eta
his 16-year-old son and the Stetson bas a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. Thet
one more whose name we could not got verdict wild flowers are, most of them mIs- grees from the Ilartmosl .
University of Chicago. Harvard Yale
learn. The Supreme Court holds that sing. But when our rainy season umbia. Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bowdoin. Utredt.dJ-! :

the plaintiff in such a case may sue commences all nature seems to put University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. onere 1ft'
.
Card of Appreciation.Please for both general and special damagesbut on new life. The gopher holes and J300.000.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter nfhi''..

the plaintiff in this case having little salamander mounds of yellow edowment; an endowed library of over 13.000 volumes; a besstL'al
allow me space in your with 7 d1 1
costly furnishings, including stained windows
waived the right to general damages, sand so thickly scattered about glass 8
valuable to a 10000.00 IWparat>s+
paper express many pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete
the court erred in charging the juryon through the woods no longer appearto closed Athletic Field baseball disks
many thanks from the pupils of my running track tennis courts
music class and myself to Dr. and that feature of the law. the -eye. but are all hidden with gridiron. besides swimming golf rowing and other sports: separ
I grasses and beautiful flowers, and ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for Che>rzi ;
iirs. C. S. Brown for their courtesy
and Quick Drop Saves Life of Kentucky I everything looks so fresh and green.It Bacteriology. Mineralogy and Biology; several large. museums ravdt..
genial open-hearted hospitality electric lights electric bells steam heat cement walks. sheD .
Feudist. .
is .
and to Mrs. S. C. Humphries for her summer time and the woods are avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social, 1ite.0W1.
kind assistance. Also to the class Lexington Ky., May 21.-An at- all In bloom and the birds make and other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian sad
tempt was made to assassinate Ben- music all the tartan teaching. The ua i3Ee
for their kind remembrance of a gold day. And the aroma location is beautiful and healthful _
lined silver fruit bowl. This token jamin Martin near Morehead. Rowan from the pine trees being brought out are low. For catalogs views and Information, address the n;..

county, late last night. Suspicion by the warm rays of the summer LIXCOLX HULLETrD
tam.
will always be looked upon with love sun.
and appreciation. MRS. MORGAN. points to an old feud. It is feared Oh how healing to one that has ,
that It will result in the of
reopening weak lungs.. Is it any wonder that
the famous Rowan county feud the
Picnic at- Little River Church. poor consumptive soon finds months but it is not. Only three NOTICE FREE 1fEt
which raged for years between Tol- health in our summer months I times the
am
Pinemount Fla.. May 21.-My liver and Martin factions during the no prophet or son of past year has the ther-: concert
a prophet butI mometer been To whom it Dial'Take
above
dear Sunday-school workers and 93, and then '
of
reign Craig Tollivar. predict that
the time is I J
not far one can I. *
always that
friends that are in reach of Little Several atempts have been madeon distant when fair find a cool place in notice ,1
tl
Florida
will be the the shade. **'
River Church near Pinemount. you the life of Martin during the past great sanitarium of the world. I married woman. the ?

are' all invited to lay aside your work few months, and in order to avoid have spent two summer in Florida I will write you before long on the Davis a resident of LlveO i'

on Wednesday June 12th. and meetin trouble he came here to live with his and a part of the third agricultural prospects of Florida nee County, Florida. *a
summer here e..J
at Little River church with well sister but was compelled to returnto and know what it has done for me. I which Is an Interesting subject and day the 17th day oU S--

filled baskets of eatables to spend his home' on account of business.He With a grateful heart-I thank one that should interest every one make application to the
mv The
the day in the woods talking and has been cautious not to be seen Creator that there is such a place as I that owns an acre of land In this Palmer. Judge of the (It
learning more of God's will after dark but last part of the state. State <* o.
concern- out night he was Florida In summer time. The resources of Circuit of the JdIII

ing man and letting our little onus detained in Morehead, and as he was the rainy season here in Though', I Florida have never been but Prtia'dl1 Lake City Florida. for a ut
we
enjoy themselves together. Come nearing his home the attempt on his have refreshing showers most ly Ped as WW and it Is beyond I I manage, take charge of i.

'one, come all, and let us pray God's. life was made. day. and after the shower is every over the mind of man to tell what it may I my property. and to *f "-

blessings upon the occasion. He had just crosed the creek over how refreshing and lovely all nature be. Our pine forests should be well dealer in every respect u

I have prayerfully made out the a foot bridge when he heard mum seems. With the air purified by our protected. and the cry should be uni- REES & WOOD. yr",

following program and should God one clear his throat. Fearing l\ was thunder and lightening one feels like versal. : "Woodman spare that tree.P. ." Solicitors for AppH* L

lead I will add more to it: an enemy be dropped flat just as a new man.Northern. ." W. Swan In Florida; AgrIculturlii

10:45 to 11:30 a. m., songs and three shots rang out. the bullets people thfck1 It =:...i_' .". "It _I(' .) -
must be to.
prayers. flying over him. very warm here In the summer Subscribe, ro-!

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