Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00084
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)ln. Humphreys Assist In a Very .. :.

Pretty Program and a Delightful ... "
; i Passed by the' ',Senate Yesterday
Time Enjoyed. ,

:: : -: : ;; 1'I Special Today-Dispatches "1-

k The piano recital given at the residence :.1J/
of Dr. and Mrs. c.. S. Brown
of Tallahassee May .25,-A very Interesting
Tseday night by the pupils Mrs. :

L T. Morgan, assisted, by tra: Sam / parliamentary proceedingwas

["Humphrey1 was a grand social event. witnessed.. yesterday when: for
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It vu one of those delightful occas- I ; :- the first time during the cession the
\ ou where the younth's were given house of representatives resolve ; .
I p opportunity to show their ability self into :
a committee of the .
p4 future prospects and while am- for the consideration of ho r'o

.uer in its nature showed attaln- / No. 508, providing for a g.-. :? <.
! aegis that many: professionals might license tax. The committee ofthe .

i be proud of. The younger members i whole Is an old institution, originally

\ of the'class acquitted themselves in an expedient on the part of the

u exceptionally fine manner and de- O V English parliament to exclude from

lerre the highest encouragement.Without / the room their speaker usually a

disparagement to the / creation of the crown, during a full

[ ethers, we note some who are worthy and free discussion of matters which

[ of special mention. they did not care to have the king

Hiss Mollle Rubenstein renderedthe '{s know too much about. The Inform-

"Evening Song" and "The Harbor -j ity of the proceedings which are not

of Dreams." in a manner that binding until ratified by the house,

Belted heartfelt commendation. It greatly expendites legislation and relieves -

te said by those who know about ; the journal on important measures ,

I mule better than we do that Miss though the pri nary necessity Is

I Mode Is determined to make a noted Y gone and the speaker resumed his

; vocalist possessing a voice clear and place on the floor during the deli-
i sweet that is almost unsurpassed. berations.

Roses Red." by Miss Callie Hank-) Following the usual preceding, Mr.

| IBS. was splendidly rendered and.; Carter yesterday morning after the

jeUdted applause. house had disposed of the several tax

The recitations.by Gladys Long and \+.< bills 'on second reading moved that

Ese Halle, were especiallycomment the house resolve itself into a committee -

f Dla'saws. of the whole house which was }

Hunphriea sang a solo that agreed to, Speaker Matthews appoint

[was very much appreciated. as was ing Mr. Watson chairman of tiecommittee. i

|the duett by her and Mrs. Morgan. I -I sr/ :'" The committee saf Salff' '

Sin Morgan Is most patient teach- 12:30. and then recessed until 3 p.m. .

er,and her efforts In the instruction At that hour the chairman re-

at ler pupils are appreciated all.E ported.to. the speaker that the com-

was presented with a handsome mittee desired permission to sit again
sold lined silver fruit dish by the .',l'.ot.-Lo 4** 'one aic!. of.thia picture at ft tirn4;. -. ..-..>,.. and there being no objection, the

members of her class which we know Mjwhorter in Dispatch.THREE speaker turned the body over to n _Mr._n

[ru appreciated. Watson again. For an hour or more

Fruit punch SHOT ACCIDENTALLY.Acldents ST. LUKES the committee sat in the
was served by Mrs FAIR TOXIGHT. An Informal Dance afternoon
fai Conner and Mrs. T. Woodson > -,. considering numerous amendments

jtte Utter of White Springs. in Exeter Mo., Due to Gun Band Will Give Free Concert at the As a compliment to Miss S. A. to the bill and finally "rose" to use

There was a splendid attendanceu4 Discharges While Hunting. Auditorium.The I Randall of Madison Fla., "The a purely technical term and reported -

| the guests were entetained as Exeter. Bo., May 22.-As Ed. Young People" of Live Oak gave a the bill as amended favorably to

owls the queenly Mrs. Brown could Grover and Walter Beck, son rf second evening of the Adver- dance at the Armory Hall last even the" house which immediately after
entertain them. Following is the.1 Henry Beck were coming from a tising Fair was even more of a suc- resuming their regular functions
cess than the first. Thanks to the I ordered
daring the
Walter bill
trip was
ram tn full and really J acidentally to the
Ins of the numbers Is worthy every of "klled by the discharge of a shotgun. locals so kindly printed in our good'i The evening was delightful and committee Several times messages
The Democrat, alos the very liberal pat- if we could from i the
4 cial mention but time and brothers were walking and put these same governor or the senate were
; spacefcrbidi Ed. carrying the gun acoss his ronage of the members of the staff. r young ladies on a better floor, it received, and the speaker resumed

'The Little Haymakers"Mlsse shoulder. We regret exceedingly that the ill- 'would probably induce the married the chair calling the house to order'long

Haile and liaise Morgan. I Lester Black was hunting Friday. i ness of little Frank Sherwood pre- couples to share their good spirit enough to receive the messages
I and while tree of vents our excellent editor's attend- with them. after which it .
"First Bud Waltz" Miss Sealy shaking a a portion resumed its states as
|**J PowellRecitation i the top of the tree fell, causing his ance on our Fair. At 10:00 p. m., the entire party a committee without 'any risible
i The Democrat is of the lead- damages. .
-Misses Elise Haile and gun to fall which was discharged.The made a visit to the skating rink ,
s Long. contents entered his right hip. ing papers of Florida but we are where dainty refreshments were serv- Governor Broward sent his first
John Scales let his satisfied that the staff could drink ed by the ladies veto messages of this
'Over the Water"-Miss Sallle accidentally conducting St. Lukes session to the
" u. gun discharge the load taking effect coffee made by this percolating coffee house yesterday disapproving the:
I I fair.Those
pot. The editorials would new charter
'Bee March"-Miss Lucretia An- in his foot. surpassin present were Misses S. A. bill of Jacksonville and a '
boiling and erudition any journalin j Randall. Naomi Hampton of Hamu- fixing the terms of court In the
;* .,' 1 Miss Lucy Dutill. the State, not excepting our ton third judicial circuit
Walt -_ Springs Rie
Porter. Carmita
: Miss greatI --
:Elsie-,Evans. "Festival Gallop" Misses Elise Times-Union which by the !J Grubb Annie Grubb Ola Prior to an house
"Efenigg Gardner resolving itself
Song'VrMiss" .,MolijeDStefn. Evans and Elise Haile. quite often quoting the Democrat and Messrs. into tbe committee'"of
Marvin the
Butler Carl whole It
,. "Ride of the Amazon's" Miss these days. Bardin. Joe ordered to the engroslng ,
"Ponce de Leon Hinely Will Hopson W. committee
Nste Baisdeu.le Marcb/V-Mtss Maude Creekmore. The ladies are in the home boothto A. Edwards and Peter Lelsz. the bills appropriating $15,000 annually
,. Recitation-Miss Vivian Evans. sell anything from a good matresi for the state fair -
Sun that Shines on Dixie "Enchantment Waltz"-Miss Kath to a cook stove and take orders for have helped us generously but spaceIn a like sum for the Middle at Tampa,
4..iusa Florida
The ?$ Maud Crekmore. leen Robbins. same. They are also there to defend Democrat is too precious to mention -' at Madison and on West fair

Powell Sylvian.;! Rapids'. .. -Miss. Beat- Recitation, "Aunt Roby's Dream".Miss the much abused coffee despite the all.Some. fair at DeFuniak after.a hard'Florida
The .Warblhag r-. Callie Hankins."Enchantment effects of the Great Battle Crek food prettily stamped stationerywill against the Tampa bin which '
Birds" Misses Waltz"Miss Kath- \combine to the contrary who with advertise the job work of the first on the list. A motion 'Was
o Holmes and Ida Rubensteln Louise Lprrlck.. I I any brain would think of drinking Democrat. postpone'being lost by indefinitely vote

lectb.lO.n-MIq( Allie Jean:HarrisSallie "Fanfare Militaire"-Misses Mima.Hankins Stationery given at cost by the of 25 to 38. The bills a

"ltttle U ntka"Miss. Groover., and Loyselle Brown. I wanted r I Book Store. Mr. Cook proprietor. pioned respectively by Messrs.'were cham-

Gypsy 'altz"-Misses,Elise. '"Chorus from Lohengrim"-Miss In the drug booth presided 'over Richburg and Milliner, and Decker -

'* '-4 Ethel Wood. es Allie Harris. Evelyn Connor and t Not our editor or Col. Butler I'll so gracefully and faithfuly by Mrs. speeches 'were made numerous -
) virginia on the
Idylle" Miss Ells Elise Haile. I want you and if they can't come to I Lena Lewin. We have a liberal Tampa proposition following

rn donation from the Suwannee order of the .........__ _, the
'May I RecItation-Miss Loyselle Brown. i the Fair we will send a pot of this Drug dav--, .n.-...- > -
Walk Galop"_Misses WallaKathleen "Heaven's Artillery March"-Miss famous coffee to the Democrat office. ( Co., also the Lamar Taylor & Riley filibersteringamendments.cuias. and several

ceid.altd Tbe Robbins. Allie Jean Harris. |I I I I We' must sell these coffe pots and oil Co., of Macon Ga. offered and voted down. were
Harbor { Represented The
t Rtbeueln.4ase Dreams"-Miss Mol- .National Guard March"-MissesLucy'Dutlll stives, etc., and we have promised to by Mr. Wasdin of our house in the afternoon indefinitely
and Gladys Long. advertise the merchants who have city; responded most liberally to our postponed Senator -
) :-Miss Gladys '' I I appeal by sending us a very fine Palm Beach Hudson's
''be Long. ""-Recitation-Miss Maggie Holmes. helped us so liberally. county bill, which
Rosebud talcum powder. Reive opposed wag
Polka"-Miss Mag "Gallop de Concert"-Misa Mima The Chase & Sanborn coffee used de Violitte. No by Mr. Watson of Dade.
ladies' toilet is of which out
; without the it
Hankins. these first nights comes'from the I was proposed to
rag Parade"-Miss. Louts "Valse Brilliant"-Misses Maud old reliable house of WorthStevens delicately scented talcum powder so the new county. Mr. Reese, create
I we ask all the patronize; us. Lamar's cambia, was of Es-
Th4 Creekmore and Beatrice PowelL the sponsor for the bill
New &Co.The Lemon Laxative was also house. fa
Flower given. The The
Song"-Miss "Call Mrs. Sam Hum DeTanated coffee used to-night vote
was 39
Brown. MejBack" Larkin booth is not'altogether !I and Mr to 21,
.. ,was donated by Broome & Turbe- gave
phreys. notice
sgght ? t. donation, but our motion of a.
.profits to
Dance, Chaiisterique'uaggl@ "Jubilfller-Polonaise-: ,Loy- ville. one of the best, .most accommodating are pretty reconsider today.
fair and as> The
everyb'ody' needs soap
Holmes. .Beatrice,ells Brown, Kathleen Robbins and grocery firms In tbigrtown senate spent a busy
: day
Walls Howland. starch polishing soap and flavoringextracts Senator' passing
Mima Hankins. Mrs. Helvenstdn and Mrs. Need- 'Humphries'
Red= We anxiously invite forth text county UDfI -
'Jiisa Carafe IlanZe "Dancing Butterflies" Miss Mima ham make and serve this elegant you to I book bill and several
come and buy. of Importance others
tbe fit Hankins Mrs Morgan. Miss Maggie coffee. i *' ** "' and killing Senator

Glide Mazurka" Holmes.'OJ* i Dry goods 'and millinery stores (Continued on page eight.) Continued on
pace e1clat.)

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Men Plan to Extend Political Wiauarth Notes. Aotice.

Work. Well we haven't much news here : All creditors legatees distributers Live Oak Garaf
New York May %%. The press and this scriber is going ot spend hte and all persons having claims or demands -
agents and promoters in this state are I rest of this week with the finny against the estate of Horace

doing all in their power in the inter-, tribe and then go to Richmond. F. Dexter late of Suwannee county. :

est of theWiiliamLBryan txxim for a', Mr. George Tucker has been appointed 1' deceased are hereby called upon to Equipped for repairing and storing

United States and have decided to en-' section foreman her in placeof present the same to the undersignd j Autos. A full supply of Gasoline aal
large the plan and scope of their ac- Mr. Robert Harrell. who. we learn:: within two years from date as required -'
Oils especially prepared for Gas
tlvities., They met this afternoon in!has left for parts unknown.Mr. i 1; by law. j Engines.
the Astor house and organized the j G. A. Walker has gone to the, LIZZIE DEXTER I' Also sell the well Known Columbia bat

New York state progressive demo-i phosphate mines to work and Mr.: RUBY DEXTER tery. Switches, srd Ikgi. i,
cratic league with many officers and j James Ezell is working in Live Oak. Executrixes. kept in stock. Exclusive agent fl* I

branch or junior leagues in each congressional j I There is a great deal of trouble here May 24, :907. m24-8t Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jackson..i
district of the state. Harry i just now about an escaped convict.
Sample of this work be here
W Walker of this city and Augustus;: He was known to pass through Mr. STRAYED--Black and white cow; can seen

Thomas of Westchester. both of' Willis plantation Saturday evening white spot on forehead representinga .

them from Missouri and both intimate making his way down the river on heart: mark swallow fork, upper FOR LIVERYThe

personal friends of the peerlessone the Lafayette side; yet none knew and under bit crop split In ear; ;
and enthusiastic boomers of his who he was that night and he has branded "J. C." Address J. B. Carmichael Favorite Reo Touring Car usecM||
third nomination campaign are in been seen once or twice since and is Dowling Park Fla. wit
Livery seating capacity for four,
charge of arrangements for floatingthe now evident that he was an escaped I
new organization. At the meet- convict from Blue Creek. Notice to Our Customers.We .
ing this afternoon they elected Au- are pleased to announce that I T. AL CHASTAINGas

gustus Thomas president of the The people at Luraville seem to Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs}
league. W. H. Rowe of Troy first be busy repairing the old mines and colds and lung troubles is not affected -' Engineer Proms
vice-president, and George Foster. building the bridge over the river by the National Pure Food and
Peabody treasurer. There will be a Well, we hope the farmers will Drug law as it contains no opiates or,
vice president for each congressional have good crops this year. other harmful drugs and we recom-
district but Messrs Thomas and Walker Rev. W T. E. Butler of Suwannee mend it as a safe remedy for children -
will permit the delegates from his at and adults.
will fill appointment Mount City Pharmacy. d-w
this districts to fill these minor
Willing next first Sunday, and wishesa
offices. full attendance. Albert Hodges who for the past I -

twenty years has been ticket agent
-To be divorced from your appendix: for the Seaboard at Wellborn wIp
There will be no occasion for it if you DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel yesterday from a complication 11
bowels with Dr. Salve does not merely heal on the sur- of diseases -J
keep your regular and will be buried
today. Mr k
King's New Life Pills. Their actionis face; it penetrates the pores and
Hodges was a nephew1 of Mr. and|
promptly relieves pain caused by
so gentle that the appendix never Mrs. A. D. Hemming. He
boils burns scalds cuts and skin was 351
has cause to make the least complaint -
years and unmarried, and enjoyj j
Guaranteed by Barclay & diseases. It is especially good for p
ed the confidence and
piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by esteem of every!
Groover druggists. 25 cents. Try
man, woman and child
City Pharmacy. dXotice. I
them. d-w
I i He was an especially good citizen '
and as a railroad agent
:the best ever employed b ythe among Sea-
1 1FR1 The meeting of the Farmers' County obard He will be sorely missed by I

1I!' Union has been changed from July the good citizens of Wellborn. .
4th to July 11th, at Clayland Fla.E. .

I I' R. WISE Pres. Co. Union. I Dr. Armstrong will make his usual'I' Your Physician _

professional visit to Live Oak the I Will Prescribe Red RocK L;
I Kidney complaint kills more people Tuesday in June and can be'
;than any other disease. This is due seen in person at the Ethel hotelon if he does as many others do who know its merits.
to the disease being so insidious that that date. Any one suffering with It has been endorsed by hundreds of samtorrams.
it ge tsa good hold on the system before I any eye trouble should see him. w2t throughout thousands of physicians and myriads of homes
I the country as the Greatest of AB
it is recognized. Foley's Kidney -: em
?ce-Beveraeea- relieves indigestiODand
Cure will prevent the develop-| Disturbed the Con 8regatiori. s dyspepsia; and never causes constipation.
ment of fatal disease if taken in time. ,-The person who disturbed the congregation Say RED ROCK! Say it PLAIN!

City Pharmacy. d-w 1 last Sunday by continual Sold ererywher in lame and sawn bottles Sc a Eta
coughing is requested to buy a bottleof from original bottle

Dr. Armstrong who makes regu- Foley's. Honey and Tar. City PhaImacy. :- The Red Rock Co., Jacksonville, Fla. '
lar professional calls at Live Oak re- d-w.
=".i D TO FRIEND mains but one day and can be seen A little Kodol tawes occasional

personaly at the Ethel hotel from especially after
recommendations of peo eating will relieve
The personal 4, the first Tuesday in the month.
. of and 8 to sour stomach belching 1-
who hue been cared coughs and heart-i
pie Remedy Granulated lids and weak eyes over- burn. J. B.Jones of
colds by Chamberlain's Cough Newport,Tenn.
done more than all else to make its come and cross-eyes straightened says three bottles of Kodol cured him
have article of trade and commerce QVCI without the use of the knife or opera- of dyspepsia. It is sold here by City

staple large pall U the civilized world. tion. 24-w2t(Pharmacy ; ADVERTISE IN THE DEMO<

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I Why to have a frozen delicacy made in the celebrated "JERSEY" FREEZER. We

ii have them any size and price. Also, we want to call your special attention to th"BLUE ,


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

cleanliness that they will bring to your kitchen.

Garden Hose Nozzles Extra Lengths in Hose :

r Jewell WE'VE GOT NOW THEM Wtter Crockery In SetsPiecesand. Stock Tinware I /1

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

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


A ,separate department and an expert in charge. Prompt service and reasonable .1

charges, quality considered.


General Hardware, Wholesale and Retail


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A Fortunate Chick. I 1! PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Your Laundry Workwe =i
Mr*. M. V towe has a curiosity
I ii tie shape of a young chicken that I GETLUCKYB OYS C S.SBOWM. F.E.THOMPSON 11
]ku on the tip of IU wings distinct( BROWN & THOMASON. 1:,
]tow the same as on its feet. Of:
I wane its going to be hard scratch- 1
|taj eves for chickens this year but Get you a Rabit PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,

jtiI. fiTored biddy will have no Foot. Yes man, ,
SCUM for complaint.-Venice Cor. LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA

I Saruota Times. Foot Overall DR. J. W.
"Here's to'your health and hop- RaNt WEST

iaesr-DeWitt's Little Early Risers Physician and Surgeon.Office .
, -Umous little pills. Nasty sick
f' keadwhe or biliousness may come on Union made. : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
t uy time; the cure is an Early Riser. Residency at Ethel HoteL
, Said by City Pharmacy. d* Pbon .-Office.No.168. v
Rabit Foot Overalls are the best, Residence.NOB.23 or 168.
Philadelphia North American:-InI Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test, Drag Store(Barclay&Groover)No-16. feel sure we can give you the

I fcoaor of the peace conference. Car- Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, greatest satisfaction. There is an,
I**f* Las sent a diploducns each to Rabit Foot Overalls always fit.: M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss
bris i oa a war then there will be ev put upon our work that enhances the
Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overallsthe
| < peace. pppearance and lengthens the life of
lucky sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. your linen. Bring your Shirts Collars -
Cuffs. Handkerchiefs.White and
A Xarow Escape. Fancy Vests, Wash Ties etc., to our
-W.Cloyd. $1.00 $1.25 and $1.50 Will practice in all the court of the State. Spec.ial
a merchant Plunk
attention given to Conveyances. Collectionof Laundry, and you will have them
h4 a Rent Etc. AU business promptly attended
t narrow escape four years *
to. quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory -
when he ran a Jimson bur Into NOTABT PUBLIC STATE AT LASCB. manner at a satisfactory
;J tlamb. He saysThe" doctorto Per pair. We are the Florida salesman. Watch for (:rlC8..
amputate It but I would.euL something next week. I
I bought a box of Buck- M. DIXON,
"l Arnica Salve and that cured the L. Live Oak Steam Laundry.

vet.wound.druggists." 25c at Barclay d-w Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. DENTIST. I'! PHONE 139.

I Transcript WORK. : SPECIALTIES. i
:-The sixtieth ------------ ------
'dinner given to Joseph Pullt- HT '"' t i i 11 i I i I***** 1'HI**
ia tHI 111 I til I I 11 I 1 1 FOLEY'SKIDNEY
at Delmonico's
r was T. J. LYLE I
interesting event. He can say I NOTICE I ITo
L!**Count of Monti Crltso: "The Practical

... 1_Is Mine." : : Contractors and Prospective Builders: : I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER CUREWILL

35 year's experienceGood

i. 'WOItdafaJ little boy Eczema had eczema Cure.for five_ I II THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. stock of Watches always on hand. CURE YOU

"writes N. A. Adams. Henriet- of of
any case Kidney or
1a. *"Two of )' Lime, Cement, Building-sand J
OT home doctors will furnish you your
Bladder disease
that is
the WALL PAPERWhen not
| ease wM hopeless his lungs i j Plaster Laths and all kinds of Brick. :j
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*4We then employed beyond the reach of medi-
i i Brick. Ask for prices. j jI
4octora. Sand Lime
but no benefit resulted. i OUR SPECIALY: White + cine. Take it at once. Do
daate we read about Electric!i in need of nice wall pa-
bought a bottle and soon Co. | per call on H. H. PETTY, at not risk having Bright's Dis-
III1PronmenL We continued]j I The Live Oak Brick & Supply ease or Diabetes. There is
sS4lcine until several bottles]i I CLINTON & MCEK'S MARKET.
'Id WileD IIOI.FnIlONEYA.'lDTAR I nothing gained by delay. _
our boy was com-j
tvecL. Best of all blood I I 50c. and $1.00 Bottles.REFUSE .
"d body building health I SUBSTITUTES.
Guaranteed at Barclay & for the Daily Democrat. .
Drug Store boa d-w.1 I Subscribe Curs Colds ...y..ta Pmmmo I l I I City Pharmacy.- _


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The neW'pres1denJ
IN : you a mi
ablest men.
DAILY DEMOCRAT cocrr-I Florida as one of the
There is no denying I denomination In the state and "
Published every Afternoon 'man race Is prone;'to lying tare',been fortunate In 6000' Ild sJ
the Trustees :
I I' time or aPP]c iate3Clothing
Except .Sunday. ., !most another of us and will that lie many at ,one of us tell !t:,I securing':hia sesriceL of}teT Live. Mr. Oak Hil- i

J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gr. little "white lies" that never amount good.I I burn during was his presiding a resident eldership ef the
in injury or at-
either f
I i to I Jacksonville district and has many
Entered at the Postofflce. Live Oak. !;! But why the truth would not do bet- I friends in this city who will be glad
Class Mail Matter -: all times none can
Florida. Second and
as ter at any
I I to hear of his being honored with reason
November 7. 1905. telL prices.If
with the deliberate the responsible position. .
But is it so
institution further -
If necessary The-trustees of t
THE DYE OAK PDBLISHIIG COIPAIL liar the liar. who.of human being honored Rev Hilburn by confer- i
life a
take the
I by lying? Such a liar as thisis ring upon him the degree of "D. D." !

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT wiU be scourge to the community In Rev. Jenkins has. though still

mailed to any part of the United I I which a he lives and. If the opinion quite a young man become indenti-
States postage prepalr. for $5.00 i majority of those per- fied with in the leading literary and
: $2.50 for six months; I: of the great Florida. He !
per year attended the preliminary educational workers of
50 cents j sons who have
for three months or
$1.25 of Thomas W. was associate editor ,of Wharton's
Delivered : examination
In advance. :
five weeks.
for C. ana one'of the leaders in bare to be prepared to do
to any part of the city by :Troy for the killing of George Magazine We
carrier for .10 cents per week. !Newcomb. before County Judge Hey- the Cbatauqua work in this state. things well and this applies to

I i ser during the past several days. is everything. For instance Roberts -
of When the Florida papers--and Johnson & Rand Shoe Coo r rti
Advertising in the Dally Democratwill to be entertained there are some ,
help jour business. Try it Mr. this calibre of liars in our midst- they are as- bright as the country have six big specialty factories ;

Merchant. I! liars who would by their lying sacrifice affords--are at a loss for a theme with a daily capacity of 4O.OOO

-i ![ a human life. I they turn naturally to the capital removal pairsThey employ expert

The Atlanta Constitution says All these were state witnesses. question. And they Influence workmen, use the best materialin

editor Watterson's dark presidential Witnesses... who above all others sentiment outside the state. At present all their shoes and the latest ; Ie

horse has a lame back. !I I should tell the truth the whole truth the Herald favors Live Oak for and best machinery is used. ( I

: and nothing but the truth. It is the Capital and Gilcnrist for 'Governor They are prepared to make good !

The first term of the Criminal not the purpose of the State or of and we would like to see the shoes, that's whySTAR BRAND ; '-,
Court of Record for Suwannee county i'its 'laws that an innocent man shall Live Oak Democrat* captain of the SHOES ARE BETTER. One : i iI

convenes on Jnne 10th. I be punished- It is the aim of the cake walk.-Waycross Herald. Thisis of their shoes the "QUAKER" I I

law to punish the guilty and vindicate very nice and kind in Brother Per- for women, at $3.00 is the best ] !

When you are not getting the kind i the innocent. The State should ham and his_kindly feeling and Inter- shoe for the money we can find. ::- .I I
of investigation you want get a com-i be impartial unbiased and above all est is the Democrat and our city is appreciated : The Star on the heel and the 'tJ

mittee to investigate the Investigation. strictly fair to an accused and In and doubly so. coming as word QUAKER' woven with I

..'- I this comes the old and well established it does from the pen of one: of South silk in the facing are guaranteesthat

l law "to the prisoner shall be Georgia's ablest and best men. Right I the "QUAKER" is honestly
No time to lose if the new school I given the benefit of the doubt. here and while on this subject we constructed and will satisfy.

building is completed before the fall i Mind you the Metropolis is basing will state that if the State capitalis Come see them and "WALK

term of school commences. Now is its opinion upon the opinion of ever removed from Tallahassee : OX STARS."

tae time to "get busy. those who have followed the hearing the chances are Live Oak will capture t The best woman in the_ world

!of the case against Mr. Troy. The it. Our good friend Gilchrist has could not make good bread if l

Am Arkansas girl announces that crime with which he is accused is friends and _admirers In Live Oak, : she didn't have good flour. The

she win Barry any man who will I one of the most deplorable in the who will do good work for him when I'' best woman In the world could
you are you em easel
promise to sapport her. She would annals of Dade county. The State the campaign opens. n't make good butter if she did-

to safer if she would add. "and will!is investigating It for the purposeof II n't have the right kind of milkto expecting to see Etny sail;

keep his promise i determining whether the accused Mr. H. Dove Allison who Is known churn. Neither could the
shall be vindicated by dlcharge throughout the state for his efforts to I best woman in the world make you in our

Tie !rst tmraen under East river .or held for a further triaL brighten the lives of the Inmates of j i good cake if she used salt forsugar. and varied stock of!spin
4 at New York has been completed. Simply this and nothing more. The the Florida insane asylum was In .
Tsis was the most difficult piece of i truth injures no one, and why the Ocala Tuesday and left for Coleman I new clothing for Spring ;

a ieert&; work ever undertaken witnesses for the State should be allowed where he expects to make some purchases I!
I I Summer which in style j
I q
IK America: and strange to say it I:i and seemingly encouraged to of vegetables and will return ,

was completed on time. lie in the manner in which they are to Ocala and will be In this section t and assortment is onapsmj
accused of aoing.. is a mystery. during the cantaloupe and watermelon -i i
Oat of the more than eight hun Would It not have_ been, to the season. Mr. Allison was quite successful I I that shown by the leading: )

dred bills introduced at Tallahassee credit of the attorneys for the State in handling tomatoes on the I DOWLING LUMBER & : ing establishments of New I5

, the number reaching the statute and judge presiding to force these East Coast. and ran up avery haad- i
books of real value to the State at witnesses to tell the truth. some bank account. He has been to ; I City. If ycu haven't been.

large will be few. Tbe cause of the Would they have lost prestige by Tallahassee and made an address on i E i

people is often better served by preventing so doing? Would they not. as a the abuses of the Florida insane asy NAVAL STORES[ t I this Spring to see the _

an over plus of laws. matter of fact haveelevated them- lum. He insists,that the Inmates are il value we offer in

selves In public opinion by conducting cruelly and brutally treated and ar- I r
Some of the State papers are urg- a fair and impartial trial? Then subjected to_ every wrong in the

ing Senator Frank Adams of Ham- why should the witnesses lie? It alogue of crime including cat-1 '

ilton county to become a candidatefor may be that the dead man was a murder and he says that he gave II I COMPANY f fII M1CIIALIESSTERFINE
in 1908.If .
United States Senate personal friend. Granting this to names and the witnesses the authorities -

a happy disposition and winning be the case would they not., have but that nothing has been I

ways count for anything. Senator shown their friendship by ,coming done. That the recent committee appointed II BOWLING PARK FLA.
Adams will be a winner should le into court and telling the whole by the legislature to Investigate !

enter the race.--Calhonn Democrat. truth and :nothing but the truth? the affairs of the institutioin r.. .. . . ",

That would have been true friend- were crippled in that they were given -I'I
We trust the Heywood-Moyer-PeU ship to the deceased and justice to no authority to send for personsor honesty ordinary decency fidelity to CLOTHINGw
tlbone trials will be over In time for the living. papers. Their investigations were : the people all forbid It with an em-

the overworked reporters to catch a When a witness tells the truth merely perfunctory and superficial. phasis that no honorable man can

breathing spell before the Thaw there is no possibility of a lawyer -Ocala Banner. resist. When state lands are sold to You ]

trial Is again thrust upon us. WhileIt tangling him up on cross examina- individuals without publicity bid or other day. You can't 1W

should be a straight trial for tion. But according to opinion J The Manufacturers Record in check at prices far below their real *
murder these Idaho trials bid fair to such has not been the case in the summing up the South's agricultural worth and then are speedily resoldby equal of this celebrated #&*

develop the bitterest legal fight, be- Troy hearing.> Some of the State products and their values says that the buyers at a great profit as: is, anywhere in town under i,!
tween capital and labor ever enacted witnesses have been badly mixed up since 1900 the value of the South'slagricultural I directly alleged to be the case;; no ,-

In America. and made to correct themselves by products has increasedto further evidence of graft Is necessary more than we ask. Of

the attorneys for the defense. Upon at least 12,000.000,000 the ad- to convict the perpetrators In the (ependable
Congressman Sparkman has been based the that ; high-grade,
this fact Is charge public opinion. There
vance between 1900 and 1906 of may be no law !t
of great value to Florida as a mem- they perjured themselves.If against it, and 1itI j
but cut
$950.000.0.00 being more than $100- the criminals should 1!rials faultl._ssin
ber for years of the Committee on the accused committed a Toul '
000,000 greater_ than the advance in none the less be lasted by public exposure n'
Rivers and in the National I I up-to-the-miM&
Harbors and unwarranted murder the Me- the preceding 20 years. The Importance and the scorn of all honestmen. ing ant
House of Representatives. There is would be the first to
tropolis one J:
to the South of a higher price ; vanced fashion you can lf
talk of the to
Congressman aspiring condemn him and urge that he pay
of cotton ruling since 1900 and I "
the Senate. He may be satisfied to the full penalty of his crime but it 1901 is indicated in the fact that the I I selection f any snit: at -
retain his seat In the lower House. does not hold any more than does II I CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
of 1898-99 of >
crop 11,275,000 bales asses
Should he stand for re-election he the public that a man should be pun- :$25.00 with every
was worth including seed about I:Kill
the Germs I II
would be welt deserving of the honor. ished upon perjured testimony and by Breathing Hy-o-mei "
$332.000.000. while satisfy
It firmly believes that every wit- 1906-1907 will the crop of I'I Gives Quick Relief. : permanent ..
aggregate in value
The school and colleges,are to be ness In this or any other case who $750,000,000 or more. It is true J i Many people who have suffered I I you got the best value<

well provided ,for -at'tbJa' session. deliberately swears falsely should be that this year's_crop will exceed that I with catarrh for years naturally think at the price you paid.
WLatover else may be said against it punished. How the court will pass of 1889-90 by propably 2,250,000bales I I they cannot be cured .and become dis-

this will be one credit to the present upon the testimony before him remaIns but at the prices then prevail- couraged. I I :

legislature A "States progress depends to be seen.SUTHERLAVD. ing this difference in 1 I The reason
I yield would! they have failed of cure Smart Suits f for .
more upon her educational facilities have made a difference of only about i Is because they have not treated the Spring
than any other factor and in COLLEGE. 65000000. The real differencedue I disease with the local '

\ Florid* has maintained a goodrecord. Rev. S. W. Walker has resignedthe to the higher price will be nearly! met which Is breathed remedy. Hy-o-I .

__ __ presidency; of Southern Collage or quite U2o..000.00&. I I I through a ;
While it Is JIT ? ?inhaler so that its teal-! $3.00 to :
-the Methodist denominational In- conservative
to put the total for this jlnl medicated air reaches the most I
"Rev. Fred Pasco editor of the stitution at Sutherland-and will year at $750.000,000 it is quite I remote a1rcel1s, kills all catarrh I!
Florida Christian Advocate, paid transfer to another state. He is suc- within the range of possibility that germs and restore the
mucous "
the editor of the C.-l. a most pleas- ceeded by Rev. J. P. Hilburn as when the final rounding-up has been.I brane of the nose. throat and memI lungs- .I Clothes made of teSted
ant call on Monday last. Mr. Pasco president of this fast growing insti- made the real. value of this season's to a healthy condlUoa.

was here in attendance on the Orlando tution who will have a very able as- crop will prove to have been not less I Catarrh is really a local disease in handsome pattern30and '
District Conference and de- sistant in Rev. Isaac C. Jenkins of than about $800,000,000 and to Cure it. it tailored to resist ,1
I must be treated '
livered a splendid discourse to a Lake City who has been elected to a remedy which reaches by their shapeliness pensa J

large congregation on Sunday the first vice-presidency and who will The Tampa Times one of the conservative -:I in the nose and throat where every the spot values that sell elsewia8

morning. As editor of the church be dean of the Literary Department. papers of this State says: ease germ lodge. Hy-o-mel does dis- to here in a gt*'
in _Florida Under the presidency of Mr Walker "If it is and this $10.50, p:
organ as a pulpit orator true that sales of land be- :I gives relief from the first ou<<='",
and as a mad of the highest attain- this college has gained a fine repu- longing to the state have been made I use. day's ment of attractive

ments "and Influence he has no su- tation and has grown to be one of without publicity without advertising -i A complete Hy-o-mel to$7.50.

perior In the Methodist church in the leading church colleges In the without offering the lands to the but $1.00 and City Pharmacy outfit costa
this state"-Bartow CourierInformant. South. The Board of Trustees have world for competition the men who i guarantee with give a ---
.. every
Ae Democrat notes with pleas- planned well for the malntalnance of did It should be fired from office fund the money unless package to re- .
ure the above from the pen of General the school and the Methodists of summarily. They may plead that the. cures n03

Law. a, polished gentleman of Florida have a magnificent property law does not forbid their disposing i ir BUTLERR

the old.school: who knows. well 'the veil.equipped buijdlngs?and the ,fu- of the lands of the state at_ private ., this vry morning, Blackburn .went, \C? 1f:ouston! _

art of paying a graceful compliment ture auaplcteTO radeed- I sale,and ft map noC"Bat-common:.I extend his trip. On business and -may- "MENS'UVEUAK OTJT

AND PERSONALS t" 11111111 111111'IS 't. II n 111 : IIIII Jill a'H = .... .. .- i 111111 n itmmmiMtnni- 'illinium. n:. .. t'



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., THEY COME AND THEY GO ,, TheLadies Emporium }

We all know that Merchandise in every line is
yews of Live Oak and Suwannee ,J;.. steadily advancing and REAL Bargains are :;
County Gathered by the Demo scarce. .1 :

crat Reporterj. : We are constantly ton the look oui for specials, (where the quality is first-class) and always give -

," 1 our customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while they last : .

M. Mann. of Branford is here

.today. '.: .

%ewbe HANDKERCHIEFS. Shirt Waists at less than cost of ma- Skirts . ... ... .?... .6Oc to $S.O0
Pickett o ry. wa'iere
Y Joe .' '7lIr .... 25 doz. Embroidered. 50c to 75c terial. See the values at... 9Sc
:today. ',::;. ', Corset Covers ... . ;c to '1.30
'values, at three for .. .. .$t.OO Latest WInsor Ties. Brown Plaids ;
Chemise .. . . .O8c to
$. 'S. "J. Foruyduval. Rlxford. 25' doz. Embroidered '35c to 50c each .. .. ...-. ... .. .. 23c $2JSO

wu here yesterday. '" { values, each at. . .. 25c 'Fans, each .. ?. ..3<<:, lOc and 23c Drawers' . .JI.. .S3c to $2.O

I 25 doz. Embroidered and Lace. lOc White Wash Skirts, each9Sc to $2>0 10. per cent discount this week only. .
K. I. Wlngate and wife, of Mayo ,
rallies, each at. .. . . 5c -. --- -
were here yesterday. .' Long
Muslin Underwear made of best Silk Gloves and Mitts. per .

jjrg. Dr. Thomas 'and children Sample Hand Bags at wholesale quality. Cambric and Nainsook, cut pair .. *. . .. ..50c to $1.73 ;

went to the Park today. prices . . . 5Oc to $1.75>> -extra full. 500 doz. Pear ,Buttons 2 dozen "

White Wash Belts each. . lOc Gowns .ho to $-1.oo for . .. .
CoL H. E. Carter went to Hampton '! .,..... .... .,... 5c

Springs this morning.

Anything from a lawn mover to a I i

," cut-glass bowl at St. Luke fair. il 159LADIES' EN\PORIU

C. Carter of Mayo. 'PHONE-- ,
Judge Lamar I. i
TU in the city yesterday. I I 'I I ; I J I 111 H 11 > 11 i 111111i'M' I'' I' >** < 11I11111 11I1111I11II11 11111111111111111111111111'- --------0"II I .

jfrl. J. F. Norton of the Park Perfumery Face Powders Cold I M. Lucas Is up from Branford tot Miss Naom Hampton, one of W W.
i Abbott of Lakeland
';. was here this morning. Cream Salve, Fancy Soaps etc., atj t day. the Southland fairest belles who here today. was

St. Luke fair Tuesday. Wednesdayand lives at Hampton Springs is the i

., If you want to sell see J. M. Bailey Thursday. I Thos. B. Adams of Perry was here guest of Miss Annie Grubb, and will he had been thinking he
tt. licensed auctioneer. He sells. I today.' I It I probaly remain here several dayS: spring some yarn on us.
'. 'Geo. P. Butler and wife. O. O. i i Miss Hampton is, not a stranger to ,
J. Pearce Jr.. of Luravlll$, wife and Mrs. Radford ii t Live Oak's elite 1 "
i. Leroy Williams and | Dr. Ruter made a trip to Madison society and we I Mrs Jenkins and children returned '
TU here this morning on business. are at the Park to spend the week. |j today on a visit to his wife. t opine that many honors will be show-: to McAlpin this morning. '
-- |f ed upon her while she'is here.

Mrs. J. A. Hall of Perry was Come prepared to treat your girl I' 1
: Dr. Barclay returned home today,}: Mr. and Mrs. Turlington of Dow-

f Derv en. route to South Carolina. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday', but we were afraid to ask him whereI Among the guests registered at the j ling Park were here today en route -J

at the Auditorium. ;I Aragon hotel in Jacksonville, yester-" to Jacksonville.
r Hisses Allytro and Sallie Byrd I
I Hon J. M. Gornt9, of Mayo Is a day, we note T. A. Powell and. :wife. J
t vest to Charleston S. C., yesterday. Section foreman, B. Smith, of For- 1
guest of the Ethel today.f This, means that.3rt Powell: was successful -, B. Button's new sales stable was
est city, rrlv; d "iee 'yesterday ,on'i i in capturing one Cf..c pop*- started this morning, and the founda- ii
Austin, of Lakeland, was visit his i r '
Marvin a to {cousins' J. MtfBaiey,, 'lf' jlar teachers: ,, Miss Nannie Crozier. tion is being laid. Work will be j
Dr. Thomason went to Pine mount
this morning en route to Fen- % "
lere and left for ,his home today/ I pushed rapidly. -
f' tUpon leavingjyesterday morning, Miss 1
koltoway. 1 I v U 1 Jon professional business this morning
;, ..>-. ; Crozier to&oner, two of her friends,
Fine home-made candles, Hylers .,' i .-f just as the train was leaving, that Mrs. R. A. Altman and Mrs. Harry
FOR SALE.-My residence in the candies at Auditorium duringthe -- ; ;
fancy they expected to go direct to Jack- Stewart two of Jasper's popular
city also one good buggy horse. W. Fair. Paul Burnett and Wiley Taylor are
St._ Luke sonville instead of home and be married young' matrons are spending the day
& Hodge. 23d6tJoe out on the river fishing today.
,;--t< there yesterday. From there in the city the charming guests of
Mrs. W. B. Collins and daughter; trer will'tike a. two 'weeks tour on Mrs. L. B. Sutton. -

McAlpin is DOW driving the Miss EU'a. left for Union Springs Mr. Legg rere:4tino te Col-.m- the East Coast and visit Tybee IslaM -

laoadry wagon for the ,Live Oak i Ala., yesterday, to attend the funeral bla Drug Co., of Savannah, is, in tt c before returning to their home Jtrs Ferrell. mother of Miss Rosa

Steam Unndry. I of a relative.if city today.! ,' ., .....r. .' 1 in Cairo, Ga. Miss Crozier has made Ferrell the young lady who met with

a host of-friends during her two years such a sad death last week, left for
lira. Dennis arrived here yesterday you want draying done or a Ed. Pound of Perry, is visiting relatives r in. Live Oak all of whom will wish Poala this morning to remain with

on a visit to her parents. Mr. and trunk carried to the depot, right ,! and friends'Jn, the city for 'a her bon voyage and ,a happy prosperous relatives for a time. Mrs. Ferrell

Vn. Hardy Bryant. quick/phone-1: 1K _AV. N. Boatright few days. life. Mr. Powell is one ,of deeply mourns toe loss of her daughter -

Cairo's popular and substantial bucl- and fears are entertained that
Fine felt matresses for sale at Mrs. W. ),I. Burnett, of the Park, W. Sullivan the popular engineer, ness men and is a scion of the oldest she will lose her mind if she is not

Auditorium Tuesday. Wednesday and and Mrs. Clifford Jordan, were here returned from Theressa today and family of his home city. The Democrat already in that condition. Perhapsa

!n Thinday. yesterday for a few hours, en routeto leaves for Alton this evening. extends congratulations to the; change will benefit her and we hopeit
I Lake City to attend the Advent young couple. wilL -
Jim Kennedy was from Houston -
up at Lake City. I
yesterday on a visit to His broth- conference Capt. Will Tedder of Fenholloway,
.r and sliter. --candles were much came up today and is shaking hands The J. U. G. society met in the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baisden will

Home-made with his many friends. parlor of the Ethel hotel yesterday entertain In honor of the Fifth City
.-, sought after at the fair yesterday.We afternoon. The attendance was not Band tomorrow from
A. D. Wellborn evening eight
Hemming went to and Blocks' too.
have Huylers' what It ought to have been and the f'until:
: :tU*'morning to attend the funeral; Hamilton Mays. Herbert Byrd and eleven o'clock.
absentees missed the time of their
of Us Zeb Nelson are seeing the elephant
: nephew. Albert Hodges. :Mrs. V. E. \Vickham and son, ot lives. The parlor was handsomely

Georgia.' have been here for several In Jacksonville today. decorated showing the exquisitetaste PRETTYCOLD
V Lewis wife and mother of the Ethel
''i '
days,. and were guests of Mrs. Hopson and her I ac-
= CrjnUl Hirer were here today en Albert McLeod and family left for
last night. complished daughters. This societyIs
-' taste to Perry Hampton Springs Madison this morning on a visit to _
composed of "Just Us Girls as
I and other points. Deputy Sheriff Hall of Branford. his parents. the initials indicate. The membership INSIDE !
fined $100 by Judge
who, was constitutes some of our most
J J. J. DIxon went to Newberry today mer for dropping his pistol in the There will be a free concert at the charming young ladies, and could be

: : to take a building contract there. court house, or carrying concealei Auditorium tonight,by the Fifth City made the most popular social organization

weapons in,the building had his fine Brass Band. Everybody Invited. in the city. Last eveningthe

remitted by the judge before the ad- colors of purple and gold pre-

For Sole journment of court. .Y TTYTYYY" vailed, and the effect was sublime, t j.

Games were played. Miss Annie

Two second band buggies for I Wedding I White winning the first prize and

sale cheap. Come early If you wan 1. Miss Florence Bache the consolation i

4IPRQVfD[ AND UNIMPROVED the pick. J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. The guests were entertained royally

Campbell manager. j I PresentsFOR and Mrs Hopson and her charming
II daughters are entitled to the highest

evening and I THE praise for their hospitality and fore-
adjourned last
City Real Estate Court
i' Judge Palmer has returned to his thought.All .

I i home in Lake City. Court at Mayo JUNE BRIDESOr
the former graduates of the
opens the 28th. as you may imagine. :But the con-
I High School who live here now congregated '
tents are none the .less, attractive, as
farms Etc. i at the home of Miss Blanche ,
"A; Ladies. I hare Just opened a dressmaking those who choose : the climax to a luncheon, dinner or
: room in the Lewin building: the month of May. Just Wolfe last night and were enter- i supper. Ice Cream seems to enjoy an
Satis- look in at our exquisite tained in honor of Miss Ruth Mc- universal popularity with young and
j and will be glad! to serve you I
Gazjoa were
? Dram and Pins eran. of We'lbora. I
guaranteed. Give me a trial. old of both sexes. Bat to have it
-I USTfl faction Rings. Watches :ayed, and there was a contest in
MRS. KIGHT. \ Bracelets, Etc. Everything good it must also be perfectly pure
I Leslie the first
which Archie won
: j YOUR in Jewelry. Our and wholesome. Then it is really a
and Miss Mamie Brooiae the
I are always prize
of the customers healthy and nourishing dish and maybe
J| PROPERTY Miss Quintella Bullock. one pleasedRADFORD. boob, Elegant refreshments were
of the High ichol.1 I partaken freely.e have a
efficient teachers ssrved, and those prseent enjoedthemselves
WITH went to Jacksonville yesterday on a thoroughly. catcrtaln- goodly variety of flavors, and we
I i guarantee every ingredient In
Us.RETYUGO.. short visit I J meat given b> Miss Biaac is al-
S !I ounce of it to be perfectly pure anddeanT
: ways thoroughly:: enjoyed but this I made.FLORIDA.
I The criminal court of record this i was an exc"ptioaall7 Sa= one, oDd

efficient teachers of the High School, will be long remembered by all those

a [ that body and is now ready for business The Jeweler present. BOOK
will start up ,.5 5 5 5
they 1
We hope
soon"so as to put Mrf Hawkins,. to I I Sabecribe'fot'the-'DaHy Democrat. CO.P'tOfALS .
f .' Uwin : '....- '}'. ,Arr, ;. ,' 1' ,
h "
; Building. Room 3. work: ( :I .0u ::* "
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back aches It Is almost: -

your that 8OCD'PWag Co. .. SCHEDULE.CONNECTS _

Invariabir Is wrong an Indication with your kida y*. Live Oak M'f'g'. wrra AU 1' AUK .os s. A. L. &r. ANB A. c. u sr A2aaaar

Weak diseased kidneys fmuatiy DOWM. GBIIT&Uo r xu

of Ue cUre sys
cause a break down .
and Bladder .Mfh't lrxnrs f e 9 ?v .. .-
tem. DeWltf* Kidney .

kidneys. Lumber Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights i! s ,,,. --- .-- :STAfONS:- ... r >, 1ti5.t -

bladder and an urlaarr trRbM. a

Sold by City Pharmacy.'Jim d i Power and Turpentine L- t. Oak.r
t t a a 31) p IIt 1 s

His Letter Rosa Geuegsa. ]3cuk Lets w My rant <>the city fum I tiA" ReiJ ?mc tWa t34pmLv, Per- 10$

*-Ter friends ia GeecsT mi a.'l'Ne l' "t uric Poxverdsy 6 0s a 161..1.- Stokh7. *- e=
or F. t ticalSc' *t a t'(> t'ita iiss
all tore about J'O'L'l.u are Lv .-- I'
up rnLLr--fOZ ttanxif iefcmas *. ; 1. a 1M S M p.. :7t -
i purpose
you an" what a-doln of? W* 'at'thears : ** neat cs L.... ...........t ..a ., .
30 a m 4 IS p m .
a word frog you sene j*? )a erial\ attenLi I I ...... Wi1marth-a. __._._ its' 1t5
daddy broke his leg. an' the oft mare tti } icld3e W retail ke--o= it o t +City oN ens : + 1 4A % 4 It p m A:.. -W = -.1.. z,..s
1... --A
died, an' the house burned down, aa" t. aawl ski<*>3 6S pKKaptJy fittecL I ilO. ; _':,
: and M_... .fllRYiDet. -_.._
yer brother-in-law wws Wowrd u? *? We uiH give you i prices on lostf Static ceiling f f 30 is s .. --Luna..bi --:'_

dynamite, aa* yer best gal rya away flooring. Ccstx And get our prices _J i f m a m M.-- -- -- Wftmaloth..........--, ___._....
leriedoa .
the sberlS
with a sojer. aa -- --- ----. __..__. ._ n 1 4 JO pL.. t.' 3gaa
-- .
yer farm aa' yer bogs died with - -- ---- I --SuwRi".._.._..., __ ;
..dr 4 amd thirty-two 4 It m L.- ---- -' --
; rrU
ostde tor ti. Saoaa&a sad to It a m D I-a
a3ittea' aaT- to i
the cholera; soy ientee. it
-=r3 of n. saae' tassel5epembe' ald street to W Arty I It 410.1.,....---......-.--N od---- ".
.10 :4 m .
"bout Jim aa"ut to e s.x 4i
Iou a
you. SO\ feet tu width
203h. 1t" u4
appxvs .1IQo.- .....
know et you're prtiae., aa* la good October't2L 1'.1. B* It O ahwd by the Mayor and 103. a IJ' 4. p.. A!. =. "'- s..III
II J .___ .,.
teems with the world. I sent you Be ft erdaisei Vr the Mayor *ad City Council of the City of UT Oak.Florida .. to a w L.-- -.HAko. --

: Council et the City of Uv OX, : --- ..--...
a postal cyard. Jim. as" we hope to ; City: WUbar strut lal Lomis5 .tol .. '
: Section 1 That i t. ----------------- 2s- ---
hear that yourre well aa* happy aa* Yiori a the of Uv Oak. Florida, as It
Scdoala, That Section 1.. Sec- .... -----0- --
rejoicln oa yer way.*" > flea 2 and Ss<*k a, a of Ordinance now stands, b* opened. extended sid and of !! U 05 m ;;;fAr_.....
established trombe eastern I[ u as,
iN 1< ot tfe* th t.of lire Oak. .LS 4 sP

The life Iseraace Florida. b-tas aa ordinance attted Ohio arcane la said City with fifty: said feet I u .. 4t P"{L., !II.a. l.f i31a rfsutiam4btpm

-.b. orce to prrvtbit the n1r ia width, at right angles I (ILv.----.....-.. *-,
nadde has started the ra'W:c *othinkmas. ;;sing at terse oa li* streets of the Ohio a aveaa eastward to White street I .8ah.--A f2ia 13

Tte woaderfal success that i 1(CSCy' et liT rlak of des mules. in 'W11ft e's Addltioa to the said City I' 510p.11.Y-- .to ak..1dUti. U ___.Le s w a 0i4

las met EaEard's Horeioaal Syrup fogs and gnats.. and to 1'N'ri. for o. Lice Oat, the northern boundaryof ..
of tbe which said extension shall be abne ; a m 51'1 p mLv f u n is
;the am p.ousrg aN djsjsssiis ,
la its crusade oa Coughs la&aeaxa, '
with Ohioaoaue .
drawn at angles T.
'* :
October ft,. 194 be Kn.--
roved .
,sae *K 06 a m 5 Z'l p m Ilia aIt. -
Droschltis and all Pulmonary troaV from oa the eastern
aid the saafe aye hereby mended so a point i L __- __.,.....
1**-has started the public to matIng as to tend as foKow: side of Ohio aveaw- directly opposite a m i u p a -----senorwa7 .4f&

of this wonderful preparation Secaoa 1_ Horses. mules, bogs to the northern bounadry of Wilbur :; 24a m i43pmy L.---- k----x.. .a. IIlU

e i and goats sail not be allowed to run street as it aow stands running at -PerI7__ .,
neT are all using it. Jola the procession IOn 560P'P -
' at large sawn any ot tl* streets alot right angles to said Ohio avenue :,, m I.a.
and down with skkae White's Addition !
feet to White street
i :einars 01" uaeacksae 1 Prot+estp or
Price J$c" 50c and $!tt. Sold !-ySuwaaee the City live Oat, and eat cows in said City Of live Oak. Flo"- (Q) Taiarsrh w Teiepbooe Station. W Flap Statics (r) Ree'ste4 fIr-

Dry Co. d-w 4 stall: sot be allowed to run at large: ida excepting therefrom three feet ( 4a.ncs Station T.. P. Araroa .

upon lay of tie streets, lames or across: the northers side of the U.I8. Genera -AJeDL

public highways of tie said dor. or Farshley family burial grounds
Providence Journal-Tfce day will otter unenclosed praises within which is included in said descriptionaad =aI

doubtless come when laws againstthe itie following boundary la said City within the iron fence inclosing -

disfigurement of city and county: j rl I its Oak. Florida to-wil: |I said burial grounds
Section IL That condemnation '
Berg at a pout where Irwin
by hideous signs will be pat upon proceedings shall be instituted in the
and First streets intersects and raa-
the statute books; no plea that a man lasce of the City of Use Oak In ac-
,alas south to where ruin ant Car-
may do wtat he likes with his ownhas 1 -ordance with the provisions of the
toil streets iaterseet thecae east to
say weight compared with the ;i Houston street thence south along !] S-atuies ia such case made and pro- 'I iSEABOARDAirline
j vided, for the purpose of carrying'oat
John thence
t street to street
interests of the community as a ; the provisions of Section 1 of :
1 east oa: John street to Cturch street. '
whole. I math. arch street this Ordinance. :
thence o. to corporation *
H..e. I Section 1IL That this ordinance i :'f
them east oa corporation -
'skat take effect upon its passage b,* : Railway. ;.:
! When your tool MS not been properly tine toV tlte street thence i ij ,
digested the entire system is I north oa White street to Howard I j tile Council: and approved by the :
Xayor its becoming
or upon an
street thence Howard street
east oa :
impaired ia the same proportion. L ordinance without the approval of thi .
\o a point opposite Georgia venae.
t Tour stomach needs help. Kodol For thence aortA to and along Georgia Mayor. Savannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern PC

Indigestion and Dypepcia not only Tuae to tie northeast corner: of' Robertson Introduced and by Alderman passed by F City Ion Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, _

digests what you eat. it tones the Brrsoa street and Georgia arouse Philadelphia and New York.
Council assembled
thence due aorth along section fine regular session _
stomach and adds strength to the on this Sib day of April. A. D.
!o a point opposite FUU street
whole body. Makes rich, pare bloatKodol CHAS H.
thence vest to and along Fifth street '
coafoms to the National Pare to Atlantic Coast Line railroad President City Council. I

{ Food and Drug Law. Sold by City thence southwest across Atlantic Attest: TWO ELEGflNT TRftlNS DfllLY a
S. P. MATS City Clerk.
Coast Line railroad to First street I
i Pharmacy. I'
d thence vest aloes First street to I. S. P. Mays*City Clerk of the

point of beytEBlng-"* 1 City of Live O k. riorida. do hereby 'Ii'

# LouiaevUle Courier Journal.-IaLoadoa -Section IL It shall be the dutyof certify: that the above and foregoing Seaboard Express Seaboard
Ordinance No. 57
was regularly

E the verb "to suffrage-ak the City Marshal or any depaty i passed
by the City Council on the 8th day; I
Marshal or policeman of the said I
k com Into use. Ia Philadelphia a of April A. D. 1907. and the same
City to take possession of and placein
man enjoying the rights and prlrtleges is hereby certified to the Mayor fort I
a pound to be provided for that
s approval. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
gauraateed by the machine purpose any horse male, hog or goat
would save to conjugate the verb to found by him or them running at Witness my hand and seal of said I
City this Sth day of A. D. I
April !II -
large of the .
describe the voting done aad contemplated upon any streets alleys.highways 1907.
or other unenclosed:
by himself and his friends dur- within said City and likewisetake property Seal) S. P. MATS, | The Jamestown Line)

lag a municipal etectioa.ORDINANCE possession of and place in saidpoand City Clerk. Exposition 1
t Examined and
approved by
any cow found by him or them
this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907 I V/\ :
manias at large on any of the streets NORFOLK .
alleys, lanes public highways or Mayor I .

NO M. other unenclosed property of saidCity : Excursion Tickets on S- le Daily{

Aa Ordinance amending Section of Live Oak within the boundaries + .,*

Tare ill of Ordinance No. 11. be- prescribed in Section I hereof. A LIQUID COLD CURE :E: f

tag entitled -Aa ordinance fixing the I "Section TIL For ca'chlrg and For full information and Sleeper reservations can OB IIIIJ f

salary to be received by the oScerset impounding stock under this ordinance -AMDLAXATIVE \ | of Seaboard, or write. .c
Ue City of UTe Oak. Florida the City Marshal shall be entitled f

October t. 1903. approved to the following fees namely COUGH SYRUP { S. C. EOYLSTON. JR. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent JadaoBrS L.. t.
I For catching and impounding horses
} Be It Ordered by the Mayor and
CIty Couacll of the City of Lire Oak. mules and cows fifty cents: per head, j Mlllllll Illlllllll IlliM III 1111 II III1I1JIIIUHI'I
Florida: goats thirty cenU per head hogs one -i
Sectioa 1. That Section Three (3) foliar per head. For feeding and THE
I taking care of such stock while in
ot Ordinance No.
the City of QR1S1MAL
Lire Oak. Florida 'und for horses mules and cows be THE !
being an ordinance -
stall receive forty cents day
per per
entitled "'. ordinance fixing lead each, for hogs or goats ten cents Confederate veteransRICHMOND Reuni
the salary to be received by the of per day per head each; for advertising
. bra of the
City of UTe Ook. FlorWa and selling such animals he shall

i approved October i. 1903. be receive the sum of fifty cents for

and the same is hereby amended so horses, moles or cows per bead, and
t -- -
as to read as follows:
for bogs or goats the sum of twentySve -
(Section 3.) The City Marshal cents per head each. The word Tke i.e Omt Bbewa .
shall ex tae Ency VIRGINIA
f receive a salary of gists 8re !
; iog" under this ordinance shall betaken s cy Bni ,
; Dollars per month as City Marshal to include "pigs"Section -
sad -A Cold or a Cough ;
1 the sum of Tea Dollars per De&rJyalways" -
Ha. That this Ordinance '
I mouth as Sanitary Inspector of the istopAtfoa the vster&U runs to the
City of UTe Oak. Florida. shall take effect immediately upon eyes. DOS ltd throat Instead of pass -g ot :
SctSoa IL That this Ordinance its passage by the Council and approval of the system through the liver aDd kiaaers.ror i MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd 1908

i to take effect immediately by tie :Mayor as to mutes tae*r&at of raoistsrs the bovesbecerac : ,
, passage aad upon its horses goats and Begs. but shall not icy and turd." Nearly all other cough owe :
approval by the
t Passed by the City Mayor. co into effect as to cows until 60 days are annat 11q..espec: Uy those oceuinicj .
this21sd from Its the Opiates Keaoedy' LuaUve
: passage bv City CouncIL a Hooey aad
i day of CHAS.April. A.H.D. 1907. Passed by City Council in regular Tar snore Uu bowels contains BO Opiates, = VIA:

I BROWN session this Sth day of A:>>ril. A. D.
Attest: Pres. City Council 1S07 CHAS. H. BRO\VX. KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE
! City Clerk President City Council -----

I. S. P. Maya City Clerk of the Attest: I

City of Use Oak Florida ,do hereby a P. 31A Ys. City Clerk ATLANTIC LINE K

certify that the above and foregoing 1, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the cwtAinma COAST

Ordinance No. f 8 was regularly City of UTe Oak Florida do hereby

passed by the City Council: oa the certL.T that the above and foregoing OREYANDTAR11

32ad day Of April 1907. and the Ordinance No. 56 was regularly passed -

Mae is hereby certified to the by the City Council on tte Sib day
Mayor for his approval. I of April A. D. 19.... and the same Cold by working them oat i '
Witness my hand and seal of said Is hereby certified to the Mayor for ot the the bowels.system through a copious acttoa of Tickets on sale daflv from :Mav 26th to t j

City this April 22. 1907. I his approvaL .... Relieves Cou Ks bystrencthea&c Rates for this occasion is
deazsiag tad
Witness hand and
(Seal) S. P. 1[,Ys. my seal of said the
City this Sth day of April ,0D.. mocota membranes el
City Clerk.I 1907. the throatc est.lungs mad broochisJ lubes. $1375 Jacksonville
33rd Examined day of April.loUd approved 157.M. by me this! (Seal S. P. MATS For croup Whooping Conia.L& G4pss .

j City Clerk. laSaeata, Eroaciitis, aad all Coagk
& BROOME. Mayor. i Examined and approved by me Colds Lung and Bnwclia aletioaa_ For the Round Trip cent *

this Sth day of April. A. D. 1907M remedy U wpul to Eauat4,'. I.u&Un distance or virtually one ., J

ORDI\k.NCI: No. 5& E. BROOME. Mayor Horsy ant Tu. Cafldna lib ILV traveled WIth oorrespcmdiDglv lOW rte' .

Aa Ordinance to amend Sections' OlmIXC'E XO. 37. ***'ta ISc.sae e..4 UOO ketitM stem points, E-ttension of limit toJuly 6tl call be
reterr ef L 0.DeWttt 3tSold ef.
A Oe.OMcer.U.
1. 3 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the An Ordinance providing for the depositing ticket withdeposirl and

City of Uve Oak. Florida** being an establishing opening tad extendingof by Qtv Pharmacy cents at tune of agent v-.

Ordinance entitled An ordinance to Wilbur street in the City of Lire For r

prohibit the running at large oa: the Oak. Florida from the east side of ; ; full information and Pullman reservatiaes ,.-
streets of the City of UTe Oak. of Ohio : call
avenue eastward to White 'OLEnIlONEYA.'QT Rsa. j On Frank c. .
horses mules hogs and goats and street in White's Addition to said ....- Boylston, District Pa-see"
the Atlantic
sa ib and hen).ltaaage i I Coast Line Jacksonville. ITa.Whea .

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east Unique:side druggist Scrapbook.An is .preparinga For a cold or a cough, take Kennedy's t . . . :. . . . . . . . .
Laxative Cough Syrup. It is t. :
;: unique scrapbook. It contains the better than any other cough remedy I: OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT CLINTON & MBKS ..

,,.:written orders of some customers of because its laxative principle assuresa i [

foreign birth and these orders are healthy,
'both curious and amusing. Here are bowels and copious at the same action it heals of the Irritation I broad is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is
accommodate all and i
some that were copied from the original of the bowels and at the

: same time it heals irritation of the HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:"
"have a cute plan In my child's throat strengthens the bronchial I T

diagram. Please give my son some- tubes and allays Inflammation of the t LThe young folks with their small savings. tr Wholesale and >Re- -

:f thing to release it." mucous membrane. Contains Honey 2.-The bread inner striving to accumulate a fund t

"Dear Docther pies gif bearer five and Tar pleasant to take. Children I r to procure a home,,or a competency for old age. tail Dealers in Flori-

z sense worse of Anntis Toxyn for like it. Conforms to the National 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and !

-garle baby's throat and obleage." Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by I the income provided.

"My little baby has eat up its fath City Pharmacy. -
er's parish plaster. Send an enec-- d 4.-Those. with idle funds awaiting other investment. da and WesternMEATS

;dote"This quick child as possible is my by little the enclosed girl. I New Twain Orleans who TimesDemocratMark was reported -in | TOE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida :i!

-send you five cents to buy two sitless New York dispatches the other day as 1 . . . . . ." . t '

powders for a grown up adult who is lost on the yacht of a ,friend announces

sike." from his home that he believes

.' "You will please give the little boi the report is exaggerated but :

five cents worth of epecac for to I will make further Investigation and Phone 24.

throw up in a five months old babe. issue an authoritative statement lat

jj_ j}.-The babe has a sore stum- er. The story of his drawing was t Promdt deliveries

I mlck." possible originated by some reporter

I "I haf a hot time in my insides who has read somewhere that death

I [ and with: : I wood like it to ber extlnIgaished. love a shlnglng Mark. O anywhere in the

What la good for to extin- -. y

I ,*relsh it! The enclosed money is the Ikm't Pay Alimony.Mrs. City. Y

of the extinguisher. Hurry Tss taaQ
I price S. Joyce 180 Sullivan St ,
York Press.
-pleas.-N'ew Claremount N, H., writes: "Abouta F

Do You Love year ago I bought two bottles ofFoley's I FFor Sick Livers t

Kidney Cure. It cured me of
baby You wonder why he ;
your THe Great
a severe case of Kidney trouble of Cure :
cries Buy a bottle of White's Cream
several years' standing. It certainly
Vermifuge and he will never cry. A PURELY VEGETABLE
fa> a grand good medicine and I BromoPepsin"Note
f Most babies have worms, and the heartily recomend it." City Pharmacy '; --COMPOUND t
t: mothers don't know it. White'sCream f
Vermifuge rids the child of d-w CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP- the Word Pepsin 1 1G

worms and cleans out its system it QUICKLY CURES SIA. MALARIA. CHILLS a dALL Headache. Indigestion, .1
Omaha Bee-The
way. Every mother should LIVER COMPLAINTS. U R E S
a pleasant note that the grand Jury at San Fran A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by In'omn. lienODSllfS '
medicine in the
of this
keep a TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle
is breaking his record In designating purchased -
iouse. With it fear need never enter members of the Undesirable i today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. On the Spot.

; mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su- .
net Citizens association. Ho Opiates. Absolutely Haralrss!

HI Dnggi.U, 10. u.. u. SO*
If You Don'tsucceed for Sale By
'MId pleasures and palaces W. A. WhiteweU Emory Tex.: .
Although I may roam the first time use Heroine writes: "My child had chills and fever The City i Pharmacy

They don't make their biscuits and you will get Instant relief. The for four years. We tried all kinds of
greatest liver regulator. A positive medicines,and finally an acquaintance of Live Oo\K. FLA.
mine recommended Herbine. We used U-23-trwi-Yi.
Pain caused by bolls burns scalds I cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia three bottles, and the child is now com-

and skin diseases is promptly relieved j Malaria. Chills and all liver com pletely cured You have my permission

ty DeWitfa Carbolized Witch Hazel I plaints. Mr, Cof Emory Texas, to publish this testimonial, as I cheerfully -=
I writes: "My wife has been using Her. recommend Herbine to all mothers H. J. MORRIS
Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City having children afflicted as mine."
I bins for herself and children for five
Contractor and Builder
years. It is a sure cure for constipation 1
I Apply for plans estimates .
Like,mother at home. and malaria fever, which is substantiated BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ,

The tune which Nero played on I by what it bas done for ST. LOUIS. S. A. and specifications. ;

Mi fiddle while Rome burned was my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing: 'if

"There" Be Hot Time In Co. d-w* {,
the Old Time To-night."
i Philadelphia Ledger-Hearst 13 Suwannee Drug Company. ***-miin 111 mi i ninnt ;J

>DeWitt's Little Early Risers famous I said to have paid a "delicate com- DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, i jJ

little pills. Sold by City Phar I pUment" to Jefferson in a recent

macy. j speech. For greater delicacy would Florida East Coast Railwaylocal J VETERINARY f.
have been shown in refraining from

This fondlyen," said the the expert amount'placed as he looked in into dragging the occasion.the statesman's memory Time Card Ne. II. Ifl Effect IJri1', IWl. Solicits residence your: -Phone patronage(3 rings-Office) 148 J 1-1at

SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ VP. .1111111111.11111111.1111.
his hand for his portion of the testimony -
rt.a w. ::19ctJ 0.T. No.1S
"is the kind of lunacy commission 3Iy Best Friend. 00 Dally Dahl STATIONS Daily Daily > ,rwMw .......
i favor."-: Baltimore American.
Alexander who lives N 6 OOew t : 7 8 Oof
Benton on
r-. "0 ; 9 :-...South Jacksonville.-L.. 7 l 8 f'W r-'] Chamberlain'sColic
Rural Route 1. Fort Edward N. Y., SIUIoIILYJ&CkSOIlYI1leAr-S'AugunUne.-. 6 lss 6 4a ('D t"4 4c3
"0 d 7 f 3 11l0 "_ II
says "Dr. King's New Discovery U 8 Cli_ 11 S1oII: Lv East P.Iagtk'Z Lv 6 low s 25c en8115PM
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills my best earthly: friend. It cured me 12 OONAr! PaI&U_.....--i: 4 6 .0 Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
afford relief for weak kidneys if 7 4 11 lest Lv _...:Palatka--Ar 6 i ti .1.
prompt )
It has also ',
of asthmaix years ago. _Lv
9 2--eM 3 \I..HI Ar Sail Mateo a b 1 ,
headache and urinary troubles. performed a wonderful cure of lu- C\ M aa.PII 7 5Os Lv__San Mateo A tCo" 25ew T Almost every family has need
Sold by City Pharmacy. t WI'II 1:1 a2PII L.BuIlDelia--Lv 4 b "f.6 of a reliable remedy for colic or' .
ended the terrible cV .
wife. The first bottle t 121>1I -. ,.._nupoDt._ 4 1 b
and this accomplished L; t 47ps : _OrmouA_" i 6 4 7 r-' [ diarrhea at some time during the
cough r/) ..+/ 10 l\AI M _Daytona_ 8 -t2PII 4 45Cl ] .
Milwaukee Sentinal:-Modern pic- the other symptoms left one by one 10 la _Port Orange-_" 8 3.1 4 year. _
tares .- 1-4 _10 3ew 1241. _-.New Smyrns_Lv 8 151'1I 4 1Cl ( t::= This remedy is recommendedby i
says Mr. Carnegie, should be well. Dr. .
until she was perfectly L 10 -x&k: Helen Lvii;5or 6 ... dealers who have sold it for t
,.., ;
bought instead of old masters. Ye. King's New Discovery's power over 1-4 r 10 ::JAII _Orange City 12 ale 1 .
JUDCL.12 8Q'II 6 1 .l and bow its value. i
but .. ,10 Orange City > many years ;
most of the "old masters" on the coughs and colds is simply marvelous. .:..... ,- 1042 1WM Lr_I ew Smy ....._.._Ar lies 4 Ob'r 0.. ",..,. It has received thousands cf )
market are modern pictures. ." No other remedy has ever o 11 237PV "__Oak nUl--Lv 287P111 .4O.w ..... ..lc:1 I
testimonial from .
grateful people.It
11 63PIII H Law A.rrltUBV1l1cLy 1 blew a Ocssc'
equaled It. Fully guaranteed by Bar : ) 1110101I 5 roMrL; ".n1oX?: lLY 11 Bin 6 Ii I r. == has been prescribed by phy-
Mr* Jollyboy "But during our clay & Groover druggists. SOc and O 1-4 6 3-"A It --Sanford 6 bops 11-lies- =' v sicians with die most satisfactory
ourtshlp veer loved you told me that you" had $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w n:.O 0 H g 3,41'53eM slaw 3= Lit:===Rockledge TItWiyillAr Cocoa ==.LJ t Sides u::: 2 2 r;: (p t) rt3 -']6 results.

any girl but .. It has often saved life before
me. ,.. 1 Ori41 4 "-Eau Gallle-" 12-t2PII 1 47 .

rise!Jollyboy"i thought you were too Syracuse Herald (Ind.) :-It has '-I H.'AM : 13P111- .::-_ _._ileibourne..gebastlan..-.. ........: 12 1147u 82es J87 ...a CDIr medicine .:could: have been sent foror j
to pay any attention to campaign whether ..-4 2 431> Ii _SL Lucie_U 10 55A11 is.T4 a physician sumIDC ed.
not been fuuly determined yet "'" a o.6 "_Ton Pierce.-" 10 60101I 11 ayes Z
canards."-Chicago Daily at Albany do not O a 6 "__Tlbbal'a" 10 l&u1 11 iie It ocJy costs a quarter. Can
Sews.0rlno the Republicans "_Eden_" 1014101I 11 1. L.t (
6 for
'.. () 8 SIAM you afford to risk so much so
of 4t'AII 6 "_Jensen 1009 11 Oiei OC3
with 8
alon-g better a governor
get ...... 3 60 6 5Gv' .._Stuart.._... -If 1000101I 10 bG' little? BUY IT
-- the Odell stripe who goes booted and 4 1'Wi. 7 :t.'r1I. Robe Soun_.-....-" t SIAM 10 251 I' t\O\V---.J
Laxative Fruit Syrup is bea ..c 4 SIAM 7 40'11' ___ _West Jupiter_" t 20AII 10 ole r,....
for women spurred over opposition. I S 114M 8 1'A1; _Wet ralmBeacti -" 847101I 8 I
and children. mile 4J '4. O
: = : =I: BovntonPEXRSOAR : : f == -
actIon and pleasant taste C) V ..===-Delray O
_Ton Lauderdale- 2741 7 551 B
: 6 4SA11 t m>
preferable to violent purgatives such CURES ALL SKIS TROUBLES. 667.\J11 9 daps "__DaDla- 719101I 74 ., COUCH
=' 69"11Hal1andal_ 7 O9477 5411 CDp. KILL THE
11 Pills = 7 IJI" 'I ,.,
tablets, etc. Get the booklet ., .44oW 7
--Lemon City
'"""' ,,. 73wi 102:)>M-,
lAd a ,.0.1 7 ;M 10 Las Miami 2x.T
sample of Orino at City Phadw- the Accepted Remedy fora ArI. "'"
*** Sulphur Hundred Years. gtDai:7 f'-r---I{ : l-"IIome tend-lt:_-._. 1 2 assi I

except sunday. WITH Dr. King'sNew
is one of the greatest
Baltimore American:The obnox Sulphur 231 !: /.. S.t 24
ious remedies nature ever gave to man. rw 21SO.I9/'0.1 21x13 I sally 'a No. Za A
libel law in Pennsylvania direct- SaL 4< N0.uDEz. BATPORT BRd1\CS Ex. Sun.
t4 against Every physician knows it cures skin Sun. !I>& Dally Daily 6' Daily 1. Discovery
the newspapers has been Only 'Sun. I
troubles. 00AII3 1 ro.o t 21M
tepeaed and blood 4ew5; NM2 01 10 WPM L..JacUoD..U1e.--Ar
Public opinion recognizes 9 !A> 62A118 I 12 li2Pll 6 9 12ew
to 10 C&III LvSo. Jllcbollv1l1e-Ar6
too SULPHUR enables you 8 bUSS I b a5 lsw3
strongly that attacks the 8a'M7 24 P55 6\l'II2 4< 10 S94/Lit_Pab1o:Beach.-Arl6 20.w.8 00 12 2OPIII6 .40. FOR C8SgsHS .rfSfe.
upon 10 ,
benefit in most convenient 112 4 4141Lv-AUantlo 15.x,7 = = I
get the full 357 b t Beach-.Ard g=
des m of the press are, but pre- form. Don't take sulphur g sis7 = 1553 0114 eu.Ar a Oowa7 4044 I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES

to. attacks upon the public it- I "tablets" or "wafers" or powdered AND) OCaDEXTAl STEAMSHIP COXXECTIONS AT MIAML QUAKANTEED SAXISPACTOSYOS
in molasses.
r -= sulphur SULPHUR is pleasant to Close COD.CUOII Made at Miami wltfc Stsaaublps of Us P. ft 0. S. S. Compuy. I

f Stop Grumbling. take and perfect in its action. Drug- KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Trains .
' "u Fog Suffer from Rheumatism or gists sell It. Discharge Passengers at Ship' Side. No Transfer F
a. for WORTH
: : Ballard's Snow Liniment A well known citizen of Danville I
i bring quick have had an aggra- stow the times at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
. relief. It is writes:
e a sure Pa., TJVfMtltaa ,bur their arrival or departure a&the times stated U not rauanteadm Y t
tor Sprains Rheumatism. Con- vated case of Eczema for over twen ." m Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any couequencs arisingtharefo. I

r Muscles and all pains-and ty-five jears. I have used seven 50- CARD Other Sold direct from factory factory price.
a- of the LOCAL TIME or Information
. .H4 the reach of alL Price %5c, cent battles of the LIQUID SULPHUR For Copy I Send for free Catalog Mention this paper.
r C $L0u. C. R- Smith, Tenaba. OINTMENT and now I feel as though f "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. WILLIAM PICA*fIA OCO..CBlCA6DUCATIONJU .
'. hands. It Pas Agent ST. AUGUSTINE File
of (Jell' *
pair Aaat.
have brand new RAHNER.
** Li"I used Ballar<* 8UBlment 1 had a J. D.
... In my famUy for years has cured me and I am certain it will
eve found It if they persist in using E
tq a fine remedy for cure anyone
:1ir ins and aches. recommend it HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR ac- Democrat ,
in ors ,.. >
!Was In Advertise Daily arc. se ova: ti..iu! b.rlis
the ches ." to directions. a-
-vs"Drug- Co. Sold by d-w Su- cording "BUTLER EDG R." l5.i.w 1.w:=L 2..w a ast5a l

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A&iitioyt Local ,success. ,Takeyawaj' the/screens

.'< prohibit; the ,sale pt liquors by the

: Agent'"Lumpkin has rest glass, and stop the treating custom, i

gned Express his position here to take effect and you have that which borders on: A POPULAR SUMMER S'CHOOhJ

June 1st. and goes to Tallahassee to prohibition and closes many establishments -1 I
take ciiarge ot the office there. He for the promotion of -
temperance. The $40.000 that now
will be succeded by Mr. King formerly I
the hands of four dealers i Business Practice Stenography Typewriting Te
agent at this place. Mr. Lump- goes into In Bookkeeping. !

tun Las made an excellent agent here whose wares are not reproductive and English Training will be conducted at the ,. Y :
would be distributed among the
and" 'i e hare never heard a word of
business men of the city whose .
complaint from the patrons .
prosperity would mean much for the
ou.ce.v e regret to lose him and his '

estimable wife from Lire Oak.. and entire community The goods also -,: "

are surprised at their removal be- would reproduce themselves many "=
times in the hands of the purchaser."But '
cause we ha deonsidered them per-
manent fixtures. Mr. King has had you have only to look at the ,- : ,J- ;, ::;.-
result of prohibition, where it has I : '
charge of the office here-before. He
been even partially tried to see
made an excellent agent; and as he
the traffic the creator
that liquor as
is infatuated with Lire Oak. we can
of wealth and an element in the
depend upon excellent service In the

Southern express: office during his. ctaintainance ot proper business coniiVkis -
is a tai sr*!. The state of4ilnsas
regime ..
though often referred to as

t t@ Illustration of the fallu"v of prohibition
Su Lukes Guild wishes to thank
to prohibit and a hindrance
the friends who have so liberally patronized -:
prosperity, has made 51 eat advancement -.
their fair and to announce
along all lines of commer- interesting courses of farmer
that the fair will be open today from cial For-Short, Practical and intensely study .
increase in
prosperity and popu-
2 to 10 p. m. lost of the useful and lation. During the first twentyoneyears work, we have the best. Special class in Penmanship by the mcmthj-
valuable articles ire still unsold. $75.00 and
of prohibition the state dem- Scholarships: $40.00, $50.00, 890.00. ; !;
Please call and help these ladies pay,
onstrated be;,and the possibility of
the debt. Ton wil get your
rectory doubt that: prohibition and not the
money's worth. saloon brings prosperity. During SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE

that period its population increased
CtiUdrrats Meeting. {:
from nc.nc to 1.570.495. or nearly ,
Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
The children's meeting oa Friday 59 per cent, while crime decreased I Cor.

at 4 p. EL. at the Methodist church :5 per cent. And so of other states I I
will be of more than ordinary interest that hare tried prohibitiion. notwithstanding .

and important to all oar child the fact prohibitory laws, as i : G. S. STEPHEN
ftL1.11 parents help me to get a yet have been very imperfectly en- -
President and PropnetorI
full attendance? forced. However in this direction

H. Dl TILL Pastor. there has been much improvement

and the officers of the law are now

Mrs. Nora Cobia wife of _J. v.. closing blind tigers everywhere and

Cobta. died at her hoc here this arresting and punishing the criminals. -

morning at, S:10. of ]'fllo.atrop.c...' I I "The scene reveals the boy ensnar- : VISIT TrtE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE S3ST

of the fevwr- Two days previous she i Its Evil Effrcto. ed and ruined by drink. The moth-

gave birth to a child that died ia a ? "But in the examination of the er's hopes are blasted and her heart

few feovs. and was taXea. to Lake I; riqaor traffic the smallest consideration broken. Thousand of such mothersare DOWLING PAR!

City for banal. Danas her illness I is money-the greatest is man. all over this land and we are d

she reodred aH the best medical atr| And passing ;aver the traffic in its not surprised: that they are risingup -WAT DOWN On k THE SUWAMCE WOT

teai&ea to be o&a ied. and trained relation _to. politics, where it. often in their" strength. saying the, sa-

Karses ww engaged to care for her.i exerts a doinant and dangerous, influence loon must go. .When one asks why

bat aS So *o avaa. Mrs. Cobia was' I shall briefly: referp 9 its this human 'waste,' this sake-of II Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottage

lire Oak. Si* was consecrated to; despoiler of the tome and its sacred drink and we may as well get a little .1 VTATEK" IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELESRAmj jQPHONE

feoe&e. sad her tome fife was sab-1 i influences it has co equaL The sa-; money out of the license: to help CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLJCJiiS..ca.

e.: Her zvs aad was thoroagh5y -!' loon and the home are opposed to i support those made paupers by RATES REASONABLE 5:':'':: u:=:
A GULF.PflRK .. .
3ev0 ed es i-er. and a bright fa-; each other and he who stands for I drunkenness but coffins and bury i

txreaeented feefare 2 e De'W'tmQ.ea'ftS good the saloon cannot stand for the I their dead."-Florida Christian Ad- ADDRESS HOTEL DOWLING PflRK.1 FLORIDfl. I
is s
-a tet> gaagttgr. aged : home. It is true that while we per vocate. -

Tw:'esrs wad erne of the best of has-! mit and license the traffic the man

=l* fis 1- xaecra their loss. She has who owns or directs it has certain! ST. LUKES FAIR TONIGHT.

tw. cfrfUtrwi wed at Lake Qty 6 I rights guaranteed to him. but there : (Continued from page one.) John B. Stetson Unive
ad Let remains: -m be takea there ; are ethers who have rights that ]
The Sweet Home needs no ad
tx3 evening to be laid beside the de-*should be recognized and .respected. soap
vertising. It is just what it's FOUR COLLEGES AXD I"ITEClL.'iICAL
yarted eaea. G. Pros tamer having i Tour son has rights one of which

efcarge of die funeral preparations.ike I Is Immunity from unnecessary demoralizing implies perfection from the dog soapto DELAND FLORIDA __
the complexion Mrs. Was- ,
dash of Met CobIa has cast a'i influences while immature soap.

giooa user the emtire community. It f,i and impressionable. He has din has charge of this booth and all Affiliated with the University of Oxcago ".-
who call will receive
was unexpected and her noble traits;;! the right to the very best that can prompt cour-
teous attention. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL .\RTS.-Tbe standards Uc8"DI
of character: having endeared her to' be given him Upon him and his are
has hitherto versity of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees ta
Skating allowed-
aH who knew her when the demise I fellows will rest the
; soon responsibilities Stetson and Chicago. See the
Chicago and Stetson catalogsCOLLEGE
from one till ten. but this Is the
was aaaovaced. it was like a thunlderboft of government and who will OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are adsierfai
from a clear sky and all become the promoters or destroyers last night. Skating after 8 o'clock Ute law in Florida without examination.

moaned their great loss. To the I of our civilization. will only be for engaged couples and COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHlSPJiMechanical. -,
young married folks. Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual TralBitt+ E'J
bereaved husband we heartily extend -i Our mothers, the homebuildersof leading to
Fine new building costly equipment
consolation He has lost our land have rights also that hope to have the band but as
a price-i COLLEGE OF BUSINESS--Banking in all its branches.
less je"welthat can never be replaced I none should gainsay. They have the paper goes to press the boys are by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective eosus ca

The community will mourn the deathof walked amid the mingling shadows still arguing the matter pro and con. other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious bufldiBS.

this woman who possessed. all the I of the porder land and as their feet If they only knew how they would Yale PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to esarE*
Princeton. Cornell. Michigan. Chicago and all 1Int- asS OSs I
help us out. they would play if it
attributes of good motherhood wifely -r I were laved by the mirky waters of NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.- Klndergartea H I3*

devotion. Christian character and I the chilly Jordan they brought Into was only "Home Sweet Home." Just building. 2. Primary and Grammar School In separate bsfl 2fr

high social standing. She is at rest. I! being our presidents and our lawmakers as the last of the ice cream la being Schools especiaUy prepare Public School teachers.

and we caD only exclaim. "Peace to. and soldiers that have been served by Mrs. Barclay and Miss MCSIC SCHOOL.-A 110.000.00 pipe organ a dozen pfa**'
I Grubb. building large faculty thorough courses of study.
her ashes. ,; won for us glory upon a thousand ART;
-New Studio. models etc
'' The candy booth is "just too sweet Costly casts
battlefields. Say not in thine heartor Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and'instructors.rees 1b i'
TEMPERANCE AND STATE PRO- at the ballot box that these mothers for airthy" if you don't believe it, I ? from the University of Chicago. Harvard. Yale B =z--C
Hmrnox. I have no rights. just try it and see. I .:mbia. Toronto Wake Forest Louisville Bowdoin, Ctred llUniversity '

Rev. E. F., Ley. pastor of St. Mat "At this point of the scene comes Miss Rte Porter and Annie Grubb I I of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. nen atUOO.

thew's Church.. Jacksonville recently I- before me. The veil has will weigh it out fairly and Mrs Gog- edowment;0e.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter J5B
; an endowed
library of over 13.000 volumes; a
preached a strong sermon on the liftaed. and I look within the gins will dispense the delicious ginger with costly 11131063Deluding stained glass windows. T eat
above topic. We wish oar space i l sacred precincts of a Christian home. ale and cocoa-cola, furnished by a 10000.00 pIpe organ; a Gymnasium with complete app i

permitted its publication in full bat < the father has Just been taken away the Suwannee Bottling Works. dosed athletic Field running track. tennis courts baseball

we give our readers 'the 'following by death and the mother with tearful The baby show will not be held Ings gridiron for besides shimming golf rowing and other sports, s :az:

extract taken from the Times-Union eyes is watching by her sleeping I until next Tuesday the 28 proximo Bacteriology men Mineralogy and women and ten large laboratories for mssesas Chesscjj s II
Biology; several large .
report of itThe : infant with the tenderness and lore twenty-five cents to enter the babies: electric lights electric bells steam heat cement wal..camP sl1eD

Retail Dealer. i| and aspiration of some holy one. I I I and ten cents admission. Three avenues, spacious shrubbery and trees; social liter d,
",either does the sate of liquor i i I Ste does not see destiny slumbering prizes will be awarded. One prize tartan other studenta- clubs; star lecture courses; Christian p4ff1II'

create wealth for those engaged in !I i with her infant in the cradle but in for the baby; one prize for the baby are low.teaching For The location Is beautiful and healthful aa4r
catalogs, view and Information, address
legitimate lines of trade. A little 'her vision recognizes it as flitting under two and over one year old LINCOLN HC1XET ftf.-

town of my acquaintance has 3.000 |I about with him in his later environs one prize for the baby under three

inhabitants and four saloons. DrawIng -s[ ment. Instinctively the prayer as- I and over two years old.

from the out-of-town inhabitants i; cends: 'O. God. help me to direct favoring continuance
fight. Crane
they clear annually 110.000 each ori i! these little feet in the paths of peace HOUSE CONSIDERS TAX. bill ,

$ O.OOO for the four. As perhaps i and purity.* (Continued from page one.) amending drainage act of 1905 .; v

$10.000 more goes out for stock i "Another scene is before me. The West's (of this district) apportionment referred to the enrolling committee.

there is the considerable amount of i days of infancy have past, and the amendment. 15 to 15. Senator' In seu-te. after long debate all !Rl'G4

$50.000 invested in a way that cre-1,I erstwhile infant is now at school Beard's amendment to the cabinet amendm "t. defeated except one by Aide

ates no wealth and is in no way re- 1'storing his mind with useful knowledge officers salaries bill providing the In- Crane to remove a'j'
productive. To say that should the Daily he is growing in knowledge creased salaries should not become clause of ;

traffic be prohibited in that town the and wisdom and the mind is effective until 1909 was adopted anda i Beard amendment that v : Helps the

same amount of money would be sent unfolding as he thinks the thoughts reconsideration will be moved to-:I should only operate two years killed :

out to other dealers for strong drink of God after Him. The church and day. Owing to Senator Trammell's 17 b 1*. and Johnson' amendment fhe ,

shows an ignorance of the real facts its institutions are exerting ennobling illness the state life insurance bill I t requiring drainage
be done by CO"lt t The load seems X11
and conditions. If this were true, Influences upon his receptive mind was made a special order for 1:30 i I trset loM. 17 to 19. ,! and team W Z i!
there would be no objection on the and heart and day by day his ambi- p. m., Monday. Senate indefinitely i
postponed cabinet mme moony. aU
part of the dealer to confining his tion and aspiration are growing. But 1 oncers' salaries bill 20 -! mane moOC7.w
sales to unbroken packages and con- other agencies are employed and Influences Drainage and Salaries Today. after numerous amendments. toll. -

ducting his business without screens. are exerted. I notice by the Tallahassee.' Pla..'May, "23.-2 p. mThe lag else of importance Noth-

Everyone familiar with our customs. family altar of prayer and praise n house this morning unanimously all routine and oratory. either house i 31eaAx it

knows that it is the sale of drinks trap is set for boys. It is the saloon adopted Reese of Escambia. resolution all right for Tampa falr.foImIDmC.Things look a:

and the readiness with which liquors baited with music and soft drinks endorsing course of lDtenu11( The longest h

can be obtained in small quantitiesthat and innocent games. but those who Improvement Funds Trustees ia : 61 9r.

makes the business a financial are caught therein are slain. fighting suits by land clalmanta and : if SA'1ID> 'a
ides KW..a as.a a&a.w.rlUpta