Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
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 25, 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: UF00075905:00086
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4'e'. Drainage Amendment Passedthe '. Twelve Thousand Acres of Rich Phosphate

Senate-Legislature Down to J. Land Sold by Capt. Hillman -

Easiness_Extra Session Possible :; ,to Fertilizer Company

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Tallahassee. May 25.-By a vote of ,'.. '1E.,, ..:, Capt. W. J. H this city

(most two to one more than enough .f. has sold to the Bradley Fertilizer

a submit a constitutional amend- : gS5s R,:,.- Company( Boston Mass.. what Is

the senate of Florida yesterday : : said to be the finest body of phos-
aent, .t '
passed the Crane drainage 4 phate lands in the state. There are
amending the present law so as ; 12,000 acres of the land In the
t>nL jr
tract and the consideration
b bring it within the provisions oftie was

and federal constitutions. --ir 600000. The land is situated in
state 1 .
I Another chapter has been added toL x ,.. '.. "s': : what Is known as the Chlcora sectionof

unbroken series of drainage vicories Polk county and contains a large

this andbe .. .",v number of rich deposits of high-
[ In the legislature year 1. f M = v'
of the bill by the house ..'.' : grade phosphate.
passage : ...
-; .l. About one year ago Capt. Hillman
|representatives Is regarded as cer- '
Broward will bought this property from the Con-
[ That Governor .t"
ain. '
solidated Land Company of Jack-
pprove the act seeking to make con- .5 ( -. "
sonville. After prospecting It to
tutlonal the methods in vogue for 'I l

Lrrjlng out the scheme which has .. some evtent and finding sevral good

jaunted his dreams and received the } deposits of phosphate he sold the

Bradley Fertilizer Company on option -
consideration of his waking
and after
thoroughly prospectIng -
feongbts ever since he entered the
M the property they decided to buyit
without saytg. -
fcee for governor goes J
and the transfer of the
The passage of this act comes I
E at an opportune time for the Ii i made the first of the week. This ,

tract of land heretofore has been
since Federal Judge Swayne j
ustees __tDoyl. >... considered of value only for the tim-
ho was Impeached by the national

loose of representatives some months .. in Philadelphia PrM.PENSACOLA bers-and It was very poorly tim-
bered-until Capt. Hillman had it
jLo and acquitted by the senate onEat
prospected when it was found to be
was almost a strict party vote GRAFT CASE. LEGISLATIVE. PROCEEDS TO- ADDITIONAL TOJRAL ROUTES. rich In phosphate. Then It became .
Bis sustained the contentions in theEt
1 DAY. J a valuable property and the price

, day or two of one'of the suits Trial of Cary L. Fulton Was Begun Two New Rural Routes Have Been realized Is about the greatest ever

tainst the trustees of the Internal Yesterday. Child Labor'Bill Passes and Internal Established for Live Oak received for a piece of Florida phos-
Kprovement Fund and while
Improvement Fund InvestigationWill
Pensacola, 2{.Another of phate property.
ofBst May Postoffice.
iyne'. court is not the tribunal ContinJed. ,
Be What profit Captain Hillman made
resort its decisions necessarily the alleged county grafting cases Democrat Commencing June 17, 1907, additional -
(Special to the ) by developing the property Is not
Kbarrassed the trustees to a certain trial in the criminal '
was on
'Tallahassee 1d.ay2 j>. m.- rural route, service, has been known but it is safe,to say that. it
KeatJa executing. .what ,they jcon-. court this.morning, when :Cary I,. '- .
The' house this morning passed the authorized,from the Live Oak Florida was a handsome"sum.
roe as their dutl.es in regard to the Fulton was arraigned upon the
r Harris Child Labor: bill which had
a Bust imposed by the acceptance ofBe charge of obtaining money by false postofflce and all parties living Duncan-Thomason. .
been previously passed by the senate.
and overflowed lands Seevral witnesses adjacent to the proposed routes that
tramp representations. .. Mr. Duncan, of Jasper Fla., Is
Mr. Griggs of Franklin. aueceeded in
k wish to take advantage of the service -
Bom the United States government. were examined after a jury had been the
name a man who was
attached.' young
getting an amendment OA ,
e Crane bill, if enacted into law. elected, these principal state witnesses win please provide themselves recently confined in the'olacon hoer
making the :'age limit twelve year.iUnder ,
letter boxes and have
t It probably will be, and if sustain- being Will Kelly, who had.beeri'.: the withapproved pital for the period of a week and
of the rules
suspension same erected by the roadside on or
by the courts, which no human the receiving $35 :
placd on payrolls as half but who last Thursday was suf-
abuse this morning railroaded date 'Belov"
before sketchof
; this
I, lag can ,know, but for which them for ten days': work, when he :did not a ficently recovered from his sickness
through the bill, which authorizes a followed
routes as will be by
;ends of the reclamation project de- The will -.
receive such ,a sum. case to vacate the hospital. No sooner
continuance of the Internal Improve- ;
the carter In making his trips.
i ratly hope it will enable the trus- not be completed before tomorrow ment Fund investigation appropriating 'had this young man tasted the free- .

i4 je to collect an acreage tax of five night. therefor the sum of 15,000 and Route Number Five. dom of the outside than his thoughts '

'd er pti In the drainage district for for a commission to carry. on the Beginning at the postoffice the from the natural tendency that lovers

Waag purpses. icient number under the constitu- work. An_ attempt to have the Massey carrier will go southerly out Ohio have, began to turn'to her who was ;

[fir. Crane of the eleventh introd- tion. At the' request of Mr. Farris railroad tax bill reconsidered in avenue and on Troy road to Fewox the choice of his heart. Being Just

jw of the bill made a good fightIt the house sustained the governor'sveto I the senate was turned down. Mr. corner. 8.8 miles thence westerly to recovered from a long sickness and

It,ts Is best shown by the results. to the ;Jacksonville charter bill the Wm. Rye's corner 3.6 miles north- confinement and enjoying to the fullest -
Decker got his bank bill through
psted by Senator Trammell, he de- which he Introduced, and he will tack- easterly past Rye's D. L. High's the freshness of renewed energy
M I senate with some amendments '
ell Ifed It yesterday from the attacks 'draw up another with the objectionable ed on to It which the house will haveto Christmas Hemmings'. Reese's farm and wanting nothing in this freedom'but

, I' Senators Beard, Buckman features eliminated. Mr. Farris concur in if the measure passes. Hawkins' corner and Tom Carroll'sto her Mr. Duncan could not bear

di pome, Henderson. Humphries, said he believed the governor was Senator Willis had a bill in provid- Live Oak postoffice. the idea of separation and accordingly

l-Kton, West of the Fourth and sincere In his veto but his colleague ing for the marking of ballots by il Service on this route will be tri- sought the long distance telephoneand

i PI Mr. Crane himself did very "Uncle Steve," severely criticized the literates which was killed by a vote weekly viz: Monday Wednesday and soon got connection with Rock-

P* talking?but what he said went chief executive from his seat in the bill Friday. mart Ga.. where he had a long con-
of 18 to 12. The general revenue
PM.and the house of oratory spent house. has been the "casus belli" in the Route Number Six. versation with one Miss Millie Thom-

l4e gentlemen on the other side.B&ded Senator Harris' child labor bill senate today and the fights made on Beginning at the postoffice the ason and without more ado for this

one,of the palmy days of was debated in the house yesterday it by the opponents of the bill Is so carrier will go westerly to Turner conversation was only Intended for

d rain ge campaign of 1906 were afternoon. Mr. Farris having it in that It is very evident some Cooper's corner 4.3 miles thence two, the result of the whole matterwas
Knfflng against the determined charge. It was amended on motionof amendments will have to be acceptedor northerly to J. C. Crawley's corner, that Miss Thmason hurriedly

B-t Bide by the senator from them Mr. Griggs by reducing the age they will defeat the measure 2.5 miles; northwesterly to Sam caught the next train for Macon arriving -

enth. who was a member' of the limit to twelve from fourteen years' thereby making an extra session un Lett's corner 1.9 miles; southerly to in( {his. city at 4 o'clock on

*,committee which recently Ins-. after 'a hard fight and the amendment avoidable. Both houses will probably Mitchell's corner. 2.1 miles; west and Friday evening where she met her

g m'*& the drainage operations 'for 'Is regarded as one which crip- hold afternoon'sessions. Senate and northwesterly to A. Cammon's corner eager lever,. and arrangements were

NWatnre! offered 3.3 miles; southerly to Mrs. soon begun for the marriage
and could speak from ples the bill considerably though house have got down to hard work at : :. ceremony -

u well as faith. Another warm In good faith. It will be re- 'night sessions and work from now Goff's 2.3 miles; easterly via Tom which had to follow such a

aft lP r of the bill The Carroll's to postoffice. determined action. Consequently at
all probability.
was Mr. Hud- sumed today. In until the closing day will be dispatched -
J Of the thirteenth,. whose district house ,yesterday advanced to third at 2:40 gait. Service on this route will be tri- the 1st Methodist parsonage. Rev. W.
ul I' a weekly viz. Tuesday Thursday and H. at,5 o'clock
Budd afternoon
J1** three 6f the six countiesold reading. 31 to 25. the DuPont bill yesterday -

jTw drainage district, Dade whtch'prorldes that the qusetlon of SHIPPING CANTALOUPES.First Saturday. ,,united the happy young couple'

t ]r*{ and Brevafd.': removing the capital to some point in the. holy bonds of matrimony.Mr. .

'B4*"Wte shall be Killed by Lightning. Duncan who is 18 years ,of age
Spent-large portion of east of the Suwannee- river I I Car Went Forward from Red-
Gainesville Ga.. May 24.-John is an enterprising young ,stenographer -
pawning, discussing' the bill re- submitted to the people. dick Yesterday.
te by thi committee 'f on finance' .-Last "night's session of the house i, carloadof White a 12-year-old boy,"-was strucq of Jasper. Fla. ..Mrs. ;Duncan, was J
The first
1ufou Ocala May 24.- and killed by lightning near Lowery formerly of Carrolton Ga., and up
for the'aesessment and marked by the merciless
of was cantaloupes from Florida this sea Branch last night and his two sis- until Friday was attending school at- :
revenue Abodt'the"nly all the good roads slaugh-I'
ter of today to New York
*orthy son were shipped ters were rendered unconscious and Rockmart Ga- She is also 18 years .
of note 'was the. effort Calkins acting as chief of Reddick. He Is now
by S. C. Mayo may not recover. The children were of age. 1
Jrameli to get In fran- motions to indefinitely
a by offering Mr. Mayo has
loading second car. taking clothes from a line when a The young couple met each other
Provision, which lost each of the six measures. I
was postpone 200 acres in cantaloupes and expetcsto bolt of lightning struck It, resultingin two years ago at Live Oak. Fla.,

fuse vote. AS before The Smith bill received 15 votes to i ship forty cars this season. the death of the boy and the seri- where Mr. Duncan was working as
still I
: Massey bill now before 32, the vote on the others being ous injury of the'two girls. stenographer while Miss Thomason .-
Ia In some favorable and showing clearly
essential restuafly less Fast Time from Gainesville I was attending school. The two have
a franchise tax. The that there is no hope for the present
Ben Bardin. Tom Surrency and been .
Capt. W. J. Hillman of Live Oak I marriage for z
'.-KTopriation.. 'consideration of the session of good roads legislature legislation.has and E. J. L'Engle Esq., of Jacksonville Bloxham Gardner were a trio of jolly I some time but it was finally decided
bill on second Counting today Starke Thurs- knights of the grlpwhoswoopeddo..non last Thursday "
for passed through ,
t iiv1111 a few amendments. but six days except Sunday calenders.It day morning. They were driving Perry a few days ago, and who we I I Mr. and Mrs. Duncan will go to

'..loUieengrOSSing' committee. closing oft two tremendous of times Capt. Hlllman's handsome 20-horse are pleased to know were treated Jasper, Fla., tomorrow where they j

down the Craw- has been said a number merchants who will make
"Reo" touring car. They had royally by our ,. gave their home. The happy-
call a power
rohlbition amendment, that Governor Broward will liberal orders. ,They are cjever .couple have the a
.. made the drive from Gainesville them young good wishes
fed .lea' if' 'cer- gist
; iO. for while the vote special sessioh'lmmediately men, work for, liberal of all as they enter ..
_ !'' Jrunning time despite the sandy worthy:young; : upon: the matri-.
' "f&Hs'to' :
abel' more than three to tain important legislation roads being only about'one and half houses and:we are glad to know are,,//nionial journey..--Macon Telegraph -q I
seem ;
J: the resolution "1t ;'.and the rUmor'does not Herald.
pass 1, hours.-Starke Telegraph. doing'.well.-Perry May
TOtes of having a suf- entirely without foundation. 19.'f. Si



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11 t Big Fifteen=Day Clearance SaIl

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|!| Sale starts SATURDAY, May 25th, and for Fifteen Days Only,;;='

iiI t f+ until June 8th. We have on hand a large stock of Cloth-

in ing. We must sell them through this Sale.

iil 1,000 Men's Suits. Plaids, Worst 1,000 pair Pants the usual price of Youth's Pants, sizes from 26 to 31, .ti_

i:11 I eds Cassimeres in both Blue and I which is $2.00 to $5.50. They are in fine quality, going in this sale at
L Stripes, Checks, and quality of good
: Black. Worth $10 and $1:->. now Serges and Worsted during this sale $1 0 0 to $1.50

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.=*.i++! f:!+ $ 7 50 t.. t I I $1.6 5 f $3 .50 : Boys'Men's Suits Top Shirts- $1.25- to 42$3.50 cents J

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iii"W DON'T FAIL to come and see the prices that we offer you in this sale. The best 001:

ili gains ever offered in Live Oak. ALL NEW GOODS. ):

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first ripe peaches of the season'I Snow Liniment in my family for years I I you think of such a thing He was

to be raised in this vicinity were and have found it a fine remedy for,merely showing me the proper use of Live Oak
brought to town last Saturday by Mr. all pains and aches. I recommend it I labials[ in practical osculatory exer- Gara
J. W. Hurston the melon raiser from for pains in the chest.** Sold by Su-:Jcise.-Baltimore American.
his farm near Svea. We failed to wannee Drug Co. d-w i 1 1I 1 I

learn the variety of these early I i iI If Yon Don't Equipped for repairing and stormf
peaches but they were delicious. Mr. Criticisms.
succeed the first time use Heroine Autos. A full supply of Gasoline ana
R. H. Stallings brought in the first Thawabey-But what have yon I
I i and you will get Instant relief. The Oils especially prepared for Gas Engine.
ripe peaches last year.-Florala I against my friend Selley
News. Bawker-He has so many coun- greatest liver regulator. A positivecure Also sell the well known Columbia bat-

I founded new-fangled meters.ThawabeyI Malaria for Chills Constipation.and an liver Dyspepsia com tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Regs
-To be divorced from appendix. admit he's original in far
p.aintsMr..,C-.. of Emory Texas kept stock. Exclusive agent
Here will be no occasion for it if you t|there; but this matter is all right. Savill
writes: 111'lfe has been using Her- Vulcanizing Works, Jacksonville- :
keep bowels reular1th Dr. There's nothing new in that.Town ,
King's your New Ute Pills. Their actionis {and Country. 1 I bine for herself and children for five Sample of this work can be seen here. ;:j
1 years. It is a sure cure for eonstipa-
so gentle that the appendix never!i ---
Lion and malaria fever which Is substantiated FOR LIVERYThe
has cause to make the least com- For a cold or a cough, take Ken-I
by what It has done for
plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay & nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug Favorite Reo Touring Car used-ia
Groover druggists. 25 cents. Try better than any other cough remedy Co. d-w Livery seating capacity for to-
them. d-w because Its laxative principle assuresa
t healthy copious action of the
When a man guarantees that an bowels and at the same It heals irritation Its Strong Point. AL CHASTAIN,
investment that he wants you to make of the bowels and at the Agent-This is the motor car you
will turn out well look around and same time it heals irritation of the want You never have to trawl un-. Gas Engineer Proms
see who guarantees the man. throat, strengthens the bronchial der it to put It right. |
Somerville JournalS tubes and allays inflammation of the Customer You don't? I
mucous membrane. Contains Honey "No, If the slightest thing goes'

You Love and Tar, pleasant to take. Children wrong with the mechanism the car
like It. Conforms to the National Instantly turns upside down. Tid-
your baby You wonder why he -
Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by S
cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
City Pharmacy. d*
Vermifuge and he will never cry.
Just as Good.
Most babies have worms, and the I
mothers don't know it. White's Working That Way. j 1t Little Tommy was very quiet dur- I I i--
ing the first ,
Cream Vermifuge rids the child of "In some parts of Nevada they I courses and every one I =
forgot he there. the
worms and cleans out Its system it charge $90 for a bath." said Limping) As dessertwas
a pleasant way. Every mother should Lem. j i being served however the host

keep a bottle of this medicine in the "Dat's all right, cull," replied told a funny story. ,
I Wben te tad '
house. With it. fear need never enter Sauntering Sim, "but I'm not goin' finished and the I
laughter had died
ter mind. Price 25e. Sold by Sn- out dat way till dey stop it by puttin'on away his little son
wannee Drug Co. d-w de death penalty."-Chicago "'ca'med delightedly: I I

cord-Herald. Reo-I Everywhere."Now. papa, tell the other one.-- '

Patience--What was the peculiar

feature of Belshazzar's feast; do you Don't Pay Alimony.Mrs. !f
remember I Wise (bUd.i .
Prudence-No, I don't think so. S. Joyce, 180 Sullivan St i Teacher<<: -What Is_that letter?
o "Why they couldn't read the hand- Claremount N. H., writes: "Abouta I Pupil-I dont know. Your Physician
don't remember year ago I bought two bottles of''i Teacher-What is that
writing you makes Will
"Well, I am not surprised. Someof Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me of honey Prescribe Red RocK J

these menus are abominably wrIt- a severe case of Kidney trouble of Small Boy (son of a manufacturer) if he
Statesman. several years' :standing. It certainly4s -Glucose.-New York It does *3"y others do who know its merits.
ten.-Yonkers Weekly. has been umS.o.uuwwwda .
by hundreds of
a grand, good medicine, and I
of physicians and myriads of bO
Stop Grumbling.If heartily recomend it." City Pharmacy Notice to Our Customers. : LL-uughoat the country as the Greatest of An ..
you suffer from Rheumatism or d-w* -We are pleased to and em d ce Beverages. It relieves indiges aD
!I I announce that yspepsia; and never causes constipation.
pains for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill : Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs Say RED ROCK! Say it PLAIN!
bring quick relief. It is a sure Words of Learned Length. i colds and lung troubles is Sold .
not affected ssey .1 Ia **
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cure for Sprains Rheumatism, Contracted Mother (suspiciously) Mariar. by the National Pure Food and' few anginal bottle Q

Muscles and all pains-and was that you and these young student Drug law as it contains no opiates or, The Red Rock .
within tie reach of all. Price 25c.SCc a-kissin on the front porch last other harmful drugs, and we recommend Co., JacksonvilleFla.r

$1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha night I it as a safe remedy for children -
. TpL. writes: "I have used Ballard's Miss Vassar-Why, ma. what.made I and adults. City Pharmacy d-w


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

I have them any size and price. Also, we want to call your special attention to the


II 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

I Jewell! WE'VE GOT NOW THEM Wetter Crockery In Se ,ieces,and. Stock Tinware i

Stoves and Ranges for everybody in all sizes and prices, '.PRIl\IBLE CUTLERY." The Cutlery of quality and

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


separate department and an expert in charge. Prompt service and reasonable

charges, quality considered. '



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Foot. Yes man,

Rabit Foot Overall DR. J. W. WEST!

Physician and Surgeon.Office .

Union made. : Carroll.Building Ohio Avenue.
Residency at Ethel HoteL
I M Orr BbMMB ait the HoBtr B.a*
-mr BotU Phone<>mce" No.168.
ACM er a Couch Dearly always pro- Rabit Foot Overalls are the best, Residence Noa S3 or 164Drug
*- COlIStpatloo-tho water all runs to the Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test, Star(Barclay&Grouser)No 16. feel sure we can give you the
****<1 throat Instead of passing out
bt iratem through the Hver and kidneys. Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, greatest satisfaction. There Is an
n*rant of moisture the bowels become Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss
; 7a4fcard." Nearly aU other cough cures put upon our work that enhances the
Some merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overallsthe
ewatlpaung.especially those containing pppearance and lengthens the life of
fefea stems Kaonedj's&a bowels Laxative contains Hojey no Opiates.and lucky sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.I I'I your linen. Bring your Shirts Col-
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. 1 lIars, Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
KENNEDY'SNEY :Fancy Vests, Wash Ties etc.. to our
$1.00 $1.25 and $1.50Per Will practice 10 aU the courts at the State. Speeial >:
attention given to Conveyances. CoilecUonat 'I,Laundry and you will hare them
Rents Etc. All business promptly attend-
LAXATIVE edto.IL quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory -
Watch for NOTABT PUBLIC STATE.LAEGB. manner at a satisfactory '
> OOaTAnRae pair. We are the Florida salesman. price..
TAR something next week.
Rdinea Colds by working them out I Live Oak Steam Laundry.
L lSem! through a copious action of Live Brokerage X Commission Co.iliiiillllllit. DENTIST. I I PHONE 139.

R.Jinq Coughs by cleansing and I 1
the raucous membranes ol ORTOPONTIA : : AND :
ttoat.chwt.iung and bronchial tubes. WORK. : SPECIALTIES.T. .
f Ciwre.Whooping Coach,La Grippe, I:
,,Braacaitis, sat all Conge, 111111 I I III 1 I i i H I I I I 1 I I i 1 I I I I H '' i FOLEY'SXSDNEY
i bag an4 Bronchial affections no J. LYLE !!
equal to Kennedy's LuaUn I
+ad tar. 0D4reA lib 1LlalSe.l Practical j I
ee004..ooNta..attM Lab I Builders I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER CURE
wa.ao.wlttao..Ch Onto,. : To Contractors and Prospective :

by City Pharmacy I THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. Good stock 35 of year's Watches experience always on hand.I[ WILL CURE YOU

I of any case of Kidney or
adding Cards will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand \ WALL PAPER Bladder disease that is not
Laths and all kinds of Brick. :i
;; beyond the reach of medi-
ting Cards, I i OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. \i cine. Take it at once. Do
When in need of nice wall pa-
ess Cards I Brick & Supply Co. j jt. per call on H. H. PETTY, at not risk having Bright's Dis-
The Live Oak ease or Diabetes. There is

;4 {eatly Done and "' H 111111 M 11 i+* CLINTON & MtEK'S MARKET. I II nothing gained by delay.
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-Lemptly at the I 50c. and $1.00 Bottles.REFUSE .
Inocrat Office. Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. Cures Cold j ProvwtL P......... l City Pharmacy.LW .

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UVE OAK DAILY DESQCRil t The people of Manatee county ; :: '
Some fears ago a division of the i of FlorIda i. >t
whole state
every Afternoon Incidentally the Gpodr Things! -
Except Sunday." Democratic party into opposing factions -! are now Lace to face with a Tery I1 'appreciatesClothing .=

f = T meant something, because-they grave Issue which has resolved itself 1. t ,-

} J. F. SHERWOOD.. Editor and Ma'gT. held opposing views. as to politics af- Into a menace to the constitution. Is -::
the courtsor i
Broward above
t fecting public interests. After the Governor at

c- Entered at tile PostoQce, Lire Oak. final settlement of these the result are the courts above the governor'That

Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter Is the question.
November 7, 1'115. was accepted by loyal Democrats and Claude L'Engle. indicted upon the [

; good citizens everywhere and it Is first ballot on fire charges by a grandjury

;iiITE paly occasionaly that we are unpleas- and malicious libel up-
I : Oil PCBLISHUG COMPAIT. I for gross
bUr reminded of them by some survivor on CoL John A. Graham was placed

F.: of another time who fitfully under bond. After expressing him

r. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will bet yells to a busy word the old war cries I self again and again of his eagernessfor
mailed to any part of the United "nigger rule vindication I
of "corporation- a trial and certainty of a f
prepalr. for 35.00
;= States postage ride Into something continuance -
and hopes to for a
J2.5& for six months; te :not only ft
per Tear; The law is: has t
old prejudices. but
good on given
Jr. $1.25 for three months or ,50 cents which was
De- with us to punish the man or the I I and his bond I
to for fire weeks, in adranee. I now failed to appear
lirered: tOaD.=.part of. the.city. .by. .corporation- brought before the has been es,reated. Being now In 4 We have to be prepared to do

i carrier:-fof-TtJtents per week. courts, the negro TOte could not be I the eyes of the law a fugitive from things Well and this applies to

1..>' found with'a fine comb except to send justice an officer is sent with a capias everything. For instance Roberts t

k -Clean Streets and A Clean City- delegates to a Republican conventionto for his arrest. L'Engle now takes Johnson & lUnd Shoe COL

> is the' way the: farm Metropolis which no Floridian should find I refuge behind the governor who to have six big specialty factories, I II

.;_' heads a splendid editorial In a recent objections and there Is work enough I the intense astonishment of the peo- with a, daily capacity of 4O.OCO II

issue In which the editor takes occasion ;in this stale to keep everybody busy. pie has refused to allow execution pairs. They employ expert Prig

t--; to say that Most Southern So what's the use? of the process upon the plea that I workmen use the best material

r- cities are too negligent in the matter But since the occasional yell has L' ngle Is too busy Just now to obey In all their shoes and the latest

of cleanliness.** There Is more truth just made itself heard let us hear the order of the court, but may do so I and best machinery is used I

: than poetry In that statement. from the Live Oak Democrat on the later on. His work is necessary It i They are prepared to make good t

If other side: is claimed at Tallahassee. The Her shoes that's whySTAR BRAND

1 : A man in Tampa was given nine The corporation and anticorporation ald next week will give a full history SHOES ARE BETTER." One I

\\f years imprisonment a' few -days ago faction in Florida politics have of the business from start to: of their shoes the HJCAKER.,;"

k for beating board bills. Pretty dear about played out we are pleased to finish so look out for it--Braiden-i for women at $3.00 Is the best ,

"chewing that. but probably if he say. and the sooner it is entirely town Herald. i shoe for the money we'can find. .

had been given a full course of des- eliminated the better it will be for I j The Star on the heel and the

sects the sentence could have been the state. It never amounted to anything Reception at 3Irs. J. C. Baisden's. I word "QUAKER woven with I

made easily ninety-nine years.-Miami in the first place except to There was a social gathering at I silk in the facing are guaranteesthat It

Metropolis.It furnish some politician a hobby to the home ot Mrs J. C. Baisden last I the "QUAKER" is honestly t

ride into public office. Recent votes night that was Indeed a sublime af constructed and will satisfy. It

E It really and truly looks like every upon questions in the legislature are fair. The handsome residence was Come see them and "WALK I

r .'big land deal made in this state, proof of 'our assertion. In speaking brilliantly lighted, the parlor decorations -I OX STARS."

r 'some of 'the good business men of along this line of thought the De- were In red and the dining room I The best-woman In the world t

r Lire Cab hare a "finger in the pie.** Land Record says: The Trammell yellow and red. It was a reception! could not make good bread If

1, Last week the Democrat contained franchise tax bill was defeated In given In honor of the Fifth City Brass I she didn't have good flour.. The

L the account of the purchase of a the senate last week. and there seem- Band. Each member brought a lady 1 best woman in the world could 1 If yea are
have been factional vote on you as e
1500.000 property in South Florida ed to no
friend. i n't make good butter if she did-

by Lire Oak men. and today we the measure. Senators who have ben The solo given by Miss Rie Porter: n't have the right kind_ of milkto expecting to see mrf si!

publish an acount of the sale of 1%.- accused of being on the side of cor- commendable and
was especially churn. :Neither could the interest
.f. 000 acres of land in South Florida, porations voted against the measure proved her superior excellence as a! best woman In the world make you in oar frsej

.. sold by Captain Hillman. of and senators who have been accusedof vocalist. She will climb the ladderof good cake if she used salt for and varied stock of sbf .

this city, to the Bradley Fertilizer fighting anything in favor of corporations fame if she continues to cultivate

1 Company the consideration being voted for it. It was a lineup her splendidvoice.. sugar. new clothing for Sa-<

F ,regardless of factional or .,' "hr
600000. any The instrumental music by Miss S.
Summer m std
corporation or ncr poration senti-. ';.. oj
A. Randell and A. H. Lewin.-elicited
A subscriber once received a dun ment. The Tallahassee ee Sun can make "*- t ,

f through the postoffice and It made no political capital 'for the: Brdward the' highest.: McCasten's approvaLMrs. three readings and assortment is soar

him ad. tie went to see the editor faction in the state over-:the defeat that shown
proved that lady to be possessed Tot by kairfding
r about it. and the editor showed him of this measure for sonic ot the gov- highest-ability as an 'elocutionist.' i' DOWLlNG l'LUMBER &

a few duns of his own-one for paper ernor's staunch friends were against She has a powerful voice her modula- establishments cf Kaq

f one type one for fuel and ser- the proposition.**
tion being perfect in every particular City. If ycc IL'Icr4Lthis !!!
eral others. "Now.said the editor. Isn't that good sense and good logic
and she impresses her auditors with
l "1 didn't get mad when these came and fact also? Why go back for a Spring see tier
her superior ability in that line. NAVAL l STORES 1 [
because I knew that all I had to do review, of old troubles and sins of I
was to ask several reliable gentle- omission and comission We haveno were indulged in and Ed. value we offer in
Porter and Miss Randall received the
men like you to come and help me time for bickerings in a state that
first prizes the former for the best
out and then ,I could settle all of needs more work than she ,can get .
drawing on a card, and Miss Randall
them." When the subscriber saw done that needs the labor of hand COMPANY f M1CllALESSTt
for the best pofile of a goose cut from 1 > +
how It was he relented paid up. and brain as she never did before in _
a sheet of paper. This' latter game
and renewed for another year.-De- her history, and, as she never ::111again.
must have been Th
amusing. participants -
FunIak Breeze. We hope>> every delinquent Words that, can fill some tour were blindfolded and with i DOWLIXG PAm, FLA.dies. I
E subscriber to the Democrat present wants will be welcome
scissors cut from a blank sheet of
I will read the above. but these should bring to our help paper what they surmised would look . . . I. . . FINE CLOTh
the man or the corporation to do
like a goose. The city editor was
Here Is the way Dun's Re- something for good roads. Out of a Three courses. were served
these,cuttings this morning
view sums up the present situationin half dozen good men who offer to and they resembled everything buta and they would satisfy the palate of

the cotton market: "Latest com- serve us as governor we should be the most fastidious epicure.
goose. There was an elephant shouldn't delay
plete statistics of visible supply of able to pick one without a quarrelout You
rhlnosceras. a sea cow. a hlppotamus. Great praise Is due Mrs. Baisden for
American cotton still show the largest of a thousand projects for the You cart fe
and no one only knows what else but this entertainment. In the Ant place. other day.
aggregate at this date in any year development of the state several of
there was nothing resembling a she desired to show her appreciation:
of the past decade with the single them might get themselves into prac- goose equalofU scdanywhere
excepting Miss Randall's effort, and of our band. In the second place
exception of 1899. but the rate of tical shape with help from us--out
that we took for a water turkey. Joe she Is a lady of prominence almost in town
decrease in recent weeks far surpasses of all the money coming to us for
Hinely drew the booby on the raised with the people of Live Oak.
similar comparisons for any other fruit 'and vegetables for labor and goose more than weasL tf
proposition and he deserved It. You is Influential in social and Christian
L ;ear. Persistent reports of excessive for trade new men might get en- *
could not tell his effort from a circles. She has no daughters verging high-grade i E? rain and 10w- temperature carried couragement to start others; that ,
wrecked box car. and on debut In social life and her
certainly no ,
pines still higher replanting being would pay Just as welL There are rials. faultless in cot *&*
feathered bird ever resembled his whole object was to please others
necessary at many points and it was millions of acres on which to build '
production.Miss and entertain them. She
is entitledto
stated in some dispatches from Texas another Hastings new celery centerscan ing and up-to-t1e-mi
Hallie Mardrie In the the highest praise and
draw- will receiveit.
that of the be started well in
a large percentage acre- as as Sanford. ell
ing of a kangaroo was perfect. She is a lady vanced fashion yoa
Ed. highly connected
age had not been planted for the first and we have plenty of strawberryland

time while other districts were now if we can find the men to workit. Porter' in drawing a gorilla evidently and it Is an honor to any one to be- selection of any _at '

going over the fields for, thj third The West Coast could easily get exhibited his knowledge of African socially received by her.

J time. This extra ,work aud wse of herself a canal just as valuable and life. C. H. Blackburn's picture of a Among the guests present at this $25.00 with every

seed will make the'crov rgapen-. attractive as that of the East Coast squirrel reminded one of a Thomas entertainment were: satisfactsrH*
H. Pussey cat on a permanent
r slve. but prices lave rt en to a point -Quincy is dealing a lone hand in to- roof looking fora Ed. Porter. Geo. Porter. Jr.. Mar- '

where here is no anxiety=regarding bacco, and thinks she holds all the partner. That camel drawn by Joe vin Butler Jack Taylor. Fred Black- you got the beStnlue
Baisden had the
profits.** .,- "*"- she didn't know hump all right but bun
trumps it is true but the legs evidenced spring Chas. Blackburn. Prof. Stephen at"the price you paiiSmart
what she had till she tried. ThereIs halt.The A. H. Lewin. Joe Hinely. Yandell

t We still hear it from different more room now than there was guescts were received by Mrs. Brown. Clifford Roberson. Ira
J. Grant
Baisden. Mrs.
; quarters'that Judge_ B. H, Palmer, of ten years ago because we know more E. Porter Carl Brown. Joe Baisden Mrs.
Jr. McCas-
and the Misses Rie and If'-
r Lake City.I? a pospectITe'candl4ate -Florida lacks men. not opportunities. Adah Mae Roberson. Porter iin. Mrs. Geo. Porter. Sr. Miss Hallie Spring Snits

for governor. While we' have been .-Times-Union.: Punch was ser- Mardre. Miss Ada Mae
ved Roberson.
as each
unable to get any. of these reports guest entered by Misses Miss Noam
Rie Porter and Adah Hampton. Miss Me-
verified we. -frequently ,hear his The Miami city charter amend- Mae Roberson. Learen. Miss S. A.
Delicious Randell. Miss Sue
name mentioned: -aea probable can- ment has passed both branches of the refreshments were served Hemming Miss $3.00 to
In the spacious Porter. Miss
didate. Judge Palmer: is a noted legislature and that beautiful and dining hall and the Blanche Grubb.
table was laden Miss Muszzy. Miss
lawyer In this part (the state and progressive city will begin a new life all the dellc- Maggie Baisden.

for the past five years has presided under a new arrangement for manag-
of tin
over the courts of the third Judicial ing the affairs of the city We hope Clothes made

Circuit of Florida with dignity and the change may prove beneficial to VISIT, THEDOWLINQ POPULAR HEALTH AND PL.EASURE handsome pattetsi

marked ability. He Is naturally very the city and that she will continue to RESORT tailored to resist Tf*

courteous and affable gentleman and grow and prosper. their shapeliness p %

very popular throughout this sectionof #
PARK that sell elseR ,
Florida. Should the judge decide When a stranger drops in town values *'*
to enter the gubernatorial field be- jolly him. Tell him this is a great -..n to $10.50, here in
fore the next primary, he would little city-and so it is. Don't discourage : nl mimn alVu- went of attractiveto

prove a formidable candidate in this him by speaking ill of your Mineral $7.50.
section of Florida as many would neighbors. Lead him to believe he Hotel and Cottages

flock to his support. A great many has at last struck a place where good HOT AND cot D BATHS UNSURPASSED -

people think that It Is time that people }jye.AndallnSa News. When WATER!IN EVERY Rte- BI\-AIItOTA8t.ES., TABLEGOOD BEDS. RUNNINQ
Middle Florida should have one; ofW the above advice,pIacticed..to: any CONNECTIONS. WELL ECiIUIPPED STABZE SHADy PAVILLIONSABOATS.

her sons occupying'" the 'executive very great extent,'towns, do.not long RATES REASONABLE SJ USFROML.YECAx.ONLIVEOAKPERR"; BUTLER

mansion. Perhaps the judge will In remain towns. :They: soon grow, ,to be'

r the near future coiimlt himself. cities. I ADDRESS PORK !EEuDpwLkFflRK.fLE.7rr! ,

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THEY COME AND THEY GOyews ;: The Ladies EmporiumWe : '

fr Live Oak and SuwanneeCoojtty all know that Merchandise in every line is steadily advancing and REAL Bargains are scarce.,

Gathered ReporterMr. by the Democrat We are constantly on the look out for specials, (where the quality is first-class) and always give

Jacksonville our customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while they last : _
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Sid Hlnelr went to perry. on a bas :- .HANDKERCHIEFS. Shirt Waists at less than cost of ma- i Skirts . :. .__ .::.:60c'to $8.0O

loess trip today.' 'j 25 doz.. Embroidered 50c to 75c terial. See the values at. ... 98c \ Corset Covers .. .. .'. 25e to $1.50:

values at three for . ..$1.00 Latest Winsor Ties, Brown Plaids I -
Wadswortb went'to Dowllug Chemise* ._. .. ..O8c to $2..W
G. P. t 5 doz. Embroidered 35c to 50c each .- ... . ... -.- 25c t .
; park this morning. J Drawers .. .. .. :>eto"$"_00
values each at. . . 23c Fans each _. .3c, lOc and 23c -! '
J. W. Tompkins and wife went I to 25 doz. Embroidered and Lace. lOc White Wash Skirts, each9Sc to $. ',0 I 10 per cent discount, this week only.

O'Brien today' to visit relatives. values each at. . .. 5c i f
Long Silk Gloves and Mitts per
or :Muslin Underwear made of best. ,
1>ANTEDAfour five-room. I pair ? .- .. .... .. ,30cto"$1.73
Sample Hand Bags at wholesale quality. Cambric and Nainsook cut _
Apply to Ale!. Surasky.
louse. prices j. to $1.73 extra full. I 500 doz. Pear ,Buttons: 2 dozen

Mr*. W. J. Hlllman Is reported White,Wash Belts each . lOc Gowns-. .. .. ..60c to $-1.00 for .-. .- . . ..'... 3c

,.1U ill at her home. .

CoL A. T Hampton of Hampton
Sprint. U In our city today THE LADIES' EMPORIUM ti

Paul Hemming and G. Mlckler I 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR ll II

west to Jacksonville this morning.Mr. I I II I I I I I I I II I 111 I I II'
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and Mrs. R. L, Sutton and C.
R. Ambrose came up from Terrell rs. Roy Helton and baby returned Are you going to get married? The Sunday Evening Band of which To Leave Live Oak.
today. from Jasper today and left for 'I'Are. you going away for the summer? I tA. B. Asgood Is president, and B. J. We have just learned that the
Porter's Station on the evening train. Are you going to Jamestown Exposition Jones secretary held a state convention Hourly Nurses' Association will .soon
Jew Bart Tip Lanier and Rer. L. Then you need a trunk. Don't here yesterday which was attended discontinue its work in Live Oak.
JL Skelton came up from Wllmarth Rev. A. Bonds of Wellborn was fall to look over our trunk depart by at least one hundred delegates Mrs. MacCaslin will leave about
today here this moring en route to Peacockto ment. Prices right. J. B. Barton of representative colored men June 1st for New York City where
hold services at Mt. Gilead churchto & Co., H. 1... Camp 1J. manager. tf and women throughout Florida. Including she will spend a few weeks preparingfor
B.P. Mo.eley. Jr.. who has been so- morrow. those from the city fully 500 the work which the nurses will
joining In Tampa since Christmas The Live Oak Manufacturing Co, were assembled at the hall last establish in Shaw nee, Oklahoma
Us retvrned to Lire Oak. Miss Fay Stewart, and her father. have in front of the Suwannee Drugstore I evening. As, an orderly. gathering.where they have been tendered a
J. F. Stewart the latter the brotherof a block of ice in,which Is frozena they are to be complimented. Generally ; building with water and lights free
J. C. rarnell. T. J. Farnell and G. Mrs. Wasdin. have gone'to Dallas magnolia bloom. :This dispels the speaking the colored- population to come and introduce the Hourly
TP rarnell. went to Peacock Lake Texas to visit relatives. theory'that anything that touches the of'Liye! Oak Is. far above the average. I I Nurses' work In that enterprising city
today oa a fishing expldltion. bloom discolors it as it is as bright and' ; gatherings. of* this character are of twenty two thousand Inhabitants.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladd f'ptti and flourishing as ever, and evidently commendable.! Miss Muzzy will finish her cases
Oa Tuesday June 4. a petit jury afford prompt relief for weak kidneys !Twill remain .so astIpttg.a3 :the ice .-.-, -.- here on which she is engaged then
will be drawn for the Criminal Court headache and urinary troubles. lasts. twelve men compose the venlre.% Sold by City Pharmacy.A. from the track in front of the purchase supplies for the new Sanitarium -
II I Miss Corrine Williams the assistant barrel factory and one leg was j in the West..

for ..u. Electric ,Smoothing Iron, M.: Stewart and John'Brooker; I principal of t.b.-I County High broken. The railroad authorities j These ladies have done a noble
tan J. C. Lyle. We Install them free employees of the Suwannee Mill Co, ; School, has returned to her home in paid no attention to the animal but work here have handed back to ns
ea trial' 25-31{ went to Tampa this morning and will Mayo During her stay! here she last night A. H. Lewin in passim?, from the very jaws of death by
be absent a day or two. made many warm' fri l1 among our discovered the calf and immediately their skillful nursing and treatment,
FOR SALE.-My residence In tho people who regret she cannot a!"ays> ordered: bay, grain feed and water several of our most prominent citi-
city also one good buggy horse. W. For new or second hand Electric be among them. But who knows'buttrat for it, and today it seems contentedanJf zens. Good nurses are a necessity in
1 Hodie. 23-d6t Fans see J, C. Lyle He has the one at least of those Perry; ; 'II pt vlng. Such acts of humanity every town and it is with deepest
most complete stock of Electric Fans friends' .of her's mayprevail upon I are commendable in the ex regret that the citizens of Live Oak
Representative McCutcheon. of ever in Live Oak. 25-3t her to return.-Perry Herald. Not I treme- and entitle Mr. Lewin to- a realize they are about to lose this
fueo county Is here today on a visit much, as long as Live Oak is on the medal from the society for the prevention most needed work end these con-
M kU wife and daughters. Airs. Rogers and baby returned from map. of cruelty to animals. We scientious progressive women just
, a Melrose today accompanied by her think more ,of Arthur Lewin now at a time too when our fever

, Kiss Missouri Kennedy left for her friend' :Mrs.: Baldwin. Mr. Rogers is Perry and Gulf Railway gathered than we ever did. months are coming on and our babiesare

[ ism la Houston this morning to the happiest man in Live Oak today The old employees of the Live Oak, A peas: i spend Sunday with home folks. tte home of their former president,, witnessed every morning iro.uaaoout } to a long hot summer.
Pain caused by boils burns scalds Thomas Dowling yesterday .and presented 5 clock to \i:JU on Ofcio avenue Wherever these skillful nurses go.
X,.,'",, F. Dennard arrived here relievedby informal Live Oak wishes them the success
and skin diseases is promptly him in an manner between Connor and Howard.: _
hsa Peacock this moring. en route DeWitfs Carbolized Witch Hazel; with a fine leather chair. Mr. Dow- streets. Mr. Fletcher owns a splendid they so richly deserve and to the .
M DowDJlC Park Sold by City the with gratitude city; where goes these women and
Salve. Good for piles. ling received gift bird dog and every morning ua
Pharmacy. knowing the spirit !n' which it was dog appears on the avenue and points their intelligent nursing and lectureswe
W. 1". Wasdin Is confined to his given. He always stood close with and chases the sparrows until he f extend our congratulations.

/*4 wit omalarlal fever. A. M. Underwood M. D.. specialiston I'I his employees and any one of them, runs himself tired. He never crosses
[fed with malarial fever. _eye, ear nose and throat will pay who was worthy could obtain favors Connor street and rarely ever how-
Live Oak a professional three days at his hands. They admired and res- ard. The pointing of this dog would PRETTY
It,. C. A. Ridley and S. P. Mays next week May 29. 30, 31. He will pected him and when business con- make the finest kind of picture for I
ted from Richmond and the have his office at the Hotel Ethel. nections were severed, they regretted. his actions are perfect, and we would COLD
|4ttettova exposition today. that :Mr.: Dowlingmay
However, we hope suggest to Photographer Williams
of Electrical employer of
Just received shipment again become an that he get out with his camera
*" W. J. Reynolds and children. Heated Coffee Percolators,, labor In Live Oak and if he does, he SOlIle morning and take some views.
I J. T Raines went to Madison toOl Chafing; Dishes and Tea Pots. Call will find plenty of loyal hands flockIng -

r a visit to relatives and friends. and see them. It Is a pleasure to,' to him. "'Taint no use in orkin' so hard I II
show them. J. C. Lyle. Phone 83. \\ben you got a gal in the white
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folks' yard I
'or Sale G. W. Fletcher and his pretty little Sugar Babe."
niece. Ida Fletcher were callers at That is the song hummed by negro -
the Democrat office this snoring. WeddingPresents vagrants in this tow nand em-
They' were accompanied by J. J. plojes of labor are getting tired oft I II
Fletcher of Pine Grove. Labor is scarce, and employes II I I
i- TO ANQ UNIMPROVED are seeking it in every way possible.
fer The Suwannee Hardware Co's new It Is certainly aggravating to approach -
umbrella attachment whom know is I r,
variegated a negro
dray FOR THE J
Jy Real state Is quite an attraction, and not working, offer him employmentat -
1 11 | > a big advertisement for the institution. JUNE BRIDES remunerative wages, and have him '
tell you that he don't have to work I As you may Imagine. Bat the con-
are amenableto teats are none the less attractive as
These vagrants
Fully 500 negroes of different sections I the law, and should be made to I the climax to a luncheon dinner, or
farms Etc of the state have visited Live Or those who choose work or leave the city. They are not supper. Ice Cream seems to enjoy an
but nearly all of the month of May. Just wanted here. I universal popularity with young and
Oak since Monday I look in at our exquisite i old of both sexes. But to have it
returned to their respective Pins Broochesand j
them have I
Rings. Watches Notice to Teachers. good it must also be perfectly pure ,
homes. Bracelets Etc. Everything Live Oak, Fla. May 9, 1907. aud wholesome. Then it Is really a -
I in Jewelry. our that the healthy and nourishing dish and maybe
e$p. VOURPROPERTY LadlesTl have just opened a dresSmaking are alwajs Notice is hereby given
customers Examination for partaken of freelT.'e have a j
Lewin regular Uniform
tI and will room be glad in to the serve you. Satisfaction I pleased.RADFORD teachers will take place at the Suwan- goodly variety of ingredient flavors in and we :,
guarantee every
Tuesday everJ'1
WITH Give me a nee High School building on
guaranteed. MRS. trlal'j I June 4, A. D. 1907 All who expect ounce of it to be perfectly pure and
us. will be on cleanly made.FLORIDA.
i to take this examination
L jour1" fcealth and :hopmess"iJeWIU's -j i hand'at 8 o'clock a. in., with pen j
"Here's, _
Little Earl Risers paper, legal Soap: : Ink; and certificate BO.OKAND

1 : IItjREITY000I Lfatneus little pm$. ,Ntety. 'sl*. j The Jet Td I II of"recommendation ,and the usual 1
L onany examination fee of one dollar.
may I'
headiche or biliousness ,Bteer. LIVE .OAK, f LAy 1 1r Respectfully. J. E. WOOD Supt. ,
time; the cure Is an-Earl I d;.I r .. !
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In the courtS of tile United States I from different parts of the state write: FLORIDA RAILWAY

()( l and two suits are pending ia state hint the same thing Mr. Holmes is, SCHEDULE., -.;'= _
courts aeaiast: the trustees of the Internal -I' kept very busy an the time now fill-,i GO2Cl wr-t 41.1."l'ILfdM:01f: L .. L.ZL_AXD A. C.L.; _t .u :

I Improvement Fund to compelthe lug his orders and It is almost impossible "I '
If ...... CJamI.AI..onJIL -
them. asap
(87 )tins Jefferson BeO.) : conveyance to railroad companies! to keep up to' ,

24. Another of over four million acres of )land Suwannee ginger ale continues rr4 s -, lEak :
TiTTiTiiiirr. Mar under legislative grants of residuaryinterests grow in favor as it has been of late asd rI'A'nOKS. f .
and peace Dsar
week of pru4emoLfam haveto
made subject to the trusts the bottling plant win certainly sueK.S..d'tt. -
feu takes to the woods will i Dad? I l2s
that to take care
original Increase Its capacity
imposing upon the lands by the .
descend IIsAs is sttlly -j
acala Internal Improvement Act mentioned -' of the orders on. this alone.
Wt cue Sriae the last weeks i .....0.-
lines are tensely above; and. whereas, practically >Q : s.D s sea
X the lessioa the I ,
i, all of the money Ia the handsof For Sale. L'
Iran-J dmeBt flees to brat sb. : s at =
the trustees is under an injunction :: : :: : S
their reason colt one year
beasts and mea do lose One mare and colt; SL aai
;,Issued by the United States court at corse, r .
cosaeUiaes. I save been reading old. good size to age. One pony 1C a SCp 1L* u 1111.. A-
Omar to brace op my psitasopay.and,j i the suit of the Louisville and Nashville win weigh about 800 pouads. Also .. KiPJ.-l .
Railway Company; and. whereas 5.a 4Uipaaj U ":; Sgs
eaa say that If the legislature-la its 1 I three fine broad sows with pigs. ._ _
it other injunctions are Imminent; with good seearlty. 41'1'W ----: ;;
vbdoa-fcas done those things I for t*&. or oa time ..
should not hare done aad left vs- and whereas, the best interests of the one and o*.-half miles west of 15ta-j I t;;
state demand that the rights of the 'M. __ ----- 1
doGe those things It should hare I Live Oak. For prices can oa T l0 rwvu. -_ .
dose-43 legislatures frequently do. I state In those suits should be vigorously Clements Live Cak. Fla. wuCONFEDEIL.TE m1 lull, IL-- Wi1m.a6.4a .. f-
the lilt a
the commonwealth vm endure the protected; and. whereas -I411p"L:..... -- wUY5 '

shock. There will be others yet to trustees of the Internal Improvement TEIXBABE- a -.Kiww-". ....._.--- .T.- .CaiUI i ::'
coma Fund have faithfully defended the 1.11 a ..I. a II p.4L.-. ... u ,aa..:..

interests of the state ia these suits; rsiox. 11. s D s.z t.a
Tear sot lest exlsteaee closing your therefore be it U se a st a4Ar'-----i-. ..JIa.J&r... lzs ..I....
Accovat. should lose or know the "Resolved by the house o: representatives l.G. :
Richmond Vs. ,._
type BO more; That the course of the :.a. r-ILW J .. <
The Eternal Sakl from that bowl trusteeS the Internal Improvement i. 505 a U i

has peered Fund in defending the interest of the The. Seaboard Air Line Railway u. ., .. Vv- tir -

Millions of babbles like us and. state In suits brought against the announces low excursion rates from 11 1. s s 4 42 D-; .. ilSaI iiE
I .
wUi pour" trustees to compel the eoneyance of all Florida points made one cent per s.1 t0 a _I 4 4f p aq1', Ca U P 'u tat1st

lands to railroad companies be. and mile to Richmond. Va. and return ,L._----...Salt
"Wbeayea and 1'behind the Ten are U2S. s 4 5; Dm} us. =gams.1
the same is hereby approved and It account of the ReUnionTickets on __ A. .1A --J.. I
past is the sense of this house that all sale May 26, 27. 28. 29 and 30th. a ,510 p sSL., :; .';1&"
Oh, bat the loas. long while the mLv u. "-.Lw.ft.a
suits brought against the trustees The Seaboard operates doable daily sa ap SJ1 p 1 aI lSh
world shall last i
should be vigorously and carefully service from Tampa. Jacksonvilleand 01 s -l 5 s.7 p Lv -'-" ais

Which of oar coming and departure defended to the end that the inter- other Florida points. Extra a 535 P=FY--=-F -_...'L' ...jI2:

heeds ,._ .. ... t tI
Pullman sleepers and day _
be fnly safeguarded through L.--- '" -
est of the state may ""'-" .
As mach as ocean of a pebble eastOae II & 5 a D u a-t1IAr pt
and that no further deeds coaches hare been arranged. so all 1 I -_-.-....-- -... .
111 .i71d ..
" annihilation's railroad companies'eaimants be made comfortable.In 550.-1
moment ia waste, be made to may I !

One moment,, of the well of life to unless required so to do order to allow their patrons to Q-oaII Flag SCatiDL (r) lieeisss (
( ) T.ieT&b a T.ieobans s.c.brbi bse.c7
t.ut.- by the courts of last resort- visit the Jamestown Exposition the ; &atioD T P. Aisrue,5earn. _. ..L

The stars are setting, and the cara-: Mr. Willis of Levy, who has Seaboard will honor return portion c-a s Ase.L

TaaDraws lished a reputation as the buffoon of of Richmond tickets from Ports-I

the dawn of u.othlng--oh. added further to his reputation mouth. The total round trip rate
to the house
i' 1 I I lillllllll 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 I I 1 1111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIH
of the important points Ia
make haste! yesterday by offering the from some

following petic amendment to house Florida are as follows. I:

Exceeding liberal are the provisions .- bill No. 516. which provides for the Jacksonville ...... ... ....$13.151 :

of the pension law enacted this establishment of a system of highways Lake City .... ...._. ._._. 13.75 1 SEABOARD

week. Heretofore the state has the creation of a board of Live Oak ............. ... 13.75

granted pensions only to soldiers and state road commissioners a state Madison .. __._.._.___.. ._ 14.00 it

sailors and widows of such, who road commissioner etc: Monticello ....._._ .. ...._ 14.65 +
Airline i
were la actual service during the After Section 10. and the follow- Tallahassee ...._.... ....... 15.45 Railway.

civil war. Pensions were not granted ing: "Provided. That Gainesville ... ... ...... ... 15.15 t

to home guards or reserves Under Ocala .. .. ........ .. .... 15.75 \ t

this law about three thousand three 'When Gabriel blows his trumpet. Leesburg ... ... .. ... ..._ 16.55 : : Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Fam, J ,

hundred are on the roil about fifty If these roads are not completeThe Tavares .. ......... ......_ 16.70 J Raleigh, .Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

per cent of all applications filed haTIng man who introduced the bill Apopka . ... .... ... ._.. 16.70 Philadelphia and New York. t

been allowed. The present law Shall not walk the golden street Orlando .... ... .. .... ....* 16.70 i

provided for a tax levy of four mIllsto And when Peter calls the roll Dade City .. ...... ... .. 17.05 t I

met the provisions of this act For that last last lonesome time, Plant City .:..__...._.. .. 17.55

only three mills however hare been The father of this bill shall stroll. Tampa .. ... .. ... 17.55 I TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILYt II I

levied. The assessed valuation of Good roads in a warmer clime." Manatee ... .. .". .. .... . 18.50

taxable property in this state is Palmetto .... . ... .. 18.50 +
The usual number of distinguished
1142.018.871. and the three mill levy Bradentown .. ... .. .. ._ 18.50 Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail*
visitors have been at the capital
for pensions produced I426.056. Of Sarasota ...... .. ... .... 18.70 I f
during the week and the town has
this amount about three hundred I
been unusually gay. The commencement While these rates are announcedfor
thousand will be paid this year to I +
pensioners already on the roll not I I exercises of the High School the Confederate Veterans they + Modern : Pullman : Equipment .,:
began Friday evening of last week. :
Including the increase of two dollars i open to the public. :
month which ad- and continued until Monday evening. The Seaboard have issued -
per wilUrequire an i a very i
Several receptions and card t
ditional eighty thousand to meet. I attractive and expensive folder de- !
Mrs. Knott's tea and The Jamestown Exposition Lire
With the gates opened wide to the grandmother's voted entirely to this occasion. Cop- i
home guards and reserves it is i a lawn fete have kept society people ies of this folder and other informa- i

estimated that the roll will probably I on the go. The colored population tion can be obtained on applicationto + NORFOLKVA.l

be doubled within two years and the ,have been busy celebrating emancipation any Seaboard agent or to .

problem of meeting the increased i Day and the meeting of the colored 8. C. BOYLSTOX Jr.. i Excursion_Tickets on Sale__ _Dailyi

payments with a four-mill levy will ': Grand Lodge of Knights nf Assistant General Passenger Agent = .

ythias.. We were favored with avery Jacksonville For full information call oa *ej J*'
be a very serious one. Fla and Sleeper reservations
imposing colored parade Thurs of Seaboard or write '
There was practically no opposition I

to the bill through either house day afternoon with a brass band ateach S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent. JacksoBviC fiun
although it was characterized yes- I end, that caused a suspension
i of business in both houses while the ORDINANCE XO 58.
terday upon the floor of the senate
I emancipated circled the block knownas An Ordinance amending Section
Mr. Hudson "fraud and
by as a a
Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11. be-
Capital Square.
robbery upon the tax-payers of Flor- ing entitled "An ordinance fixing the
ida" opening as it does the gates to Among the well-known visitorsthis salary to be received by theofficersof
week have been Hon. T. A. Jennings the City of Live Oak. Florida" approved Confederate Veterans ReiiniRICHMOND ;

alLLiberal pensions to deserving Hon. :Moreno Jones and Mrs. October 6, 1903.
Jones, and :Mr. O. M. Gordon of Be It Ordered by the Mayor and
soldiers of the Confederacy has the City Council of the City of Live Oak.
Pensacola; Frank L. Mayes. the Florida 1
unqualified approval of all and the :

easy passage of this law shows how crown prince of Florida journalism; Section 1. That Section Three (3)

marked was this sentiment at this Judge J. Emmett Wolfe, Hon. William of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of VIRGINIA

session of the legslature. H. Milton and Hayes Lewis, of Live Oak. Florida being an ordin- t

Marianna; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. ance entitled "An ordinance fixing

Another made by very the liberal legislature appropriation was in- Weir, :Major Charles Wright Mr. A. the ficers salary of the to City be received of Live Ook by the Florida of-- MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd 19071:

Mr. Nelms. Mrs. J. E. "
J. Knight ,
Mr. Buckman's bill carrying more approved October 6, 1903, be
than half a million,dollars for educa- Crane and daughter, of Tampa; Mr. and the same Is hereby amended so .:
tional three hundred thou- and Mrs. E. H. Myers, C. W. Spring as to read as follows: g
purposes (Section 3.) The City Marshal VIA
Edward Lewis. T. A. Wood
sand of the amount being equally apportioned stead shall receive a salary of sixty-five
and W. A. Heathcote of St. Petersburg Dollars month
between the university and per as City Marshaland
the Female this ; former Governor Jennings the sum of Ten Dollars per
college. Offsetting
4eiiate Telfair Stockton and Walter P. Cor- month as Sanitary Inspector of the ATLANTIC R ft
liberality the declined to In- belt, of Jacksonville.A City of Live Oak. Florida. COAST LINE
crease the salaries of the cabinet officers Section II. That this Ordinance .
or senate officials except the to take effect immediately upon Its ..

auditor and assistant auditor and adjutant Growing Business.Mr. passage, and approval by the Mayor. 4a

general R. H. Holmes, one of the lead Passed by the City Council thli22nd -
day of April A. D. 1907. H
There is a decidedly favorable! ing soda water bottlers of the state, CHAS. H. BROWN. Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 30th i

drainage sentiment In both houses. has just gotten out a new label for Attest: Pres. City CounciL Rates for this '

Markedly so in the house as is evi- his famous Suwannee ginger ale. S. P. MAYS City Clerk. occasion is

denced by the following resolution The label is suggestive of the cool t, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the r

offered by Mr. Reese of Escambia,' refreshing beverage that has a flavor City of Live Oak Florida, do here
by certify that the $13-75 from Jacksonville ]
and adopted in the house unanimously all its own when it comes from the fore-
going Ordinance No. f 8 was regular-
Works of which.
Live Oak Bottling
ly passed by the City Council on the *
""Whereas under an act of Con- Mr. Holmes Is.the proprietor.Mr. 22nd day of April. 1907. and the For the Round Trip cent a $ a;
gress, approved September 28. 1850 Holmes has applied for copy same Is hereby certified to the or virtually one 1

the state has received 20152018.44 right on-this label and hopes soon tc I Mayor for his approval. distance traveled with correspondingly low rates W r '
Witness hand and seal
my of said
of land for drainage ; have it so that he will have exclusive
purposes City this April 22 1907. points. Extension beob
of limit .
and. whereas. 17,513,376.04 acres use of It. His Suwannee ginger (Seal) s. P. MAYS. to July.6th can c

have been disposed of, leaving only ale has probably the largest sale 61 t City Clerk. deporting ticket with special and paymcua..t of

2,638,642.40 acres in the fund, and any ginger ale in the state, at leas!t Examined and approved by me thise cents at time agent

none of these lands have been drained it is among the leaders. The, 23rd day of April 1987. of deposit.

as required by Section 16 of City patrons of Mr. Holmes write bin M. E. BROOME. Mayor. For full information reservation

Chapter 610 Acts of 1855. Section that Suwannee ginger ale is the best,t and Pullman

620 of the General Statutes of 1906; selling drink of anything handle ;.O.u:.J. II' ONfYA.)T R call on Frank C. Boylston, District passenger jg "

and whereas four suits are pending there. A number of other dealer ,-"a tlaa c.aaa i h..a..." > rsia: ltisa.t Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville Fla.


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Game All Right. When your boon ims not been pro . . . . t t. . . . . t. . . .
"Is he game!" perly digested the entire system la WN&MtEis
"1 should say $o." Impaired In the same proportion !I OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis ] (

"What did he do?" Your stomach needs help. Kodol For

-He asked Bllkins for $10 after Indigestion and Dypepsla not only ; not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is ;

the old man refused him his laugh digests what you eat. It tones the : broad enough to accommodate all, and

.ter."--Cleveland Plain Dealer. stomach and adds strength to the

, whole body. Makes rich, pure blood. HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:

s Disturbed the Congregation. Kodol conforms to the National Pure Wholesale and BetailDealersinFlori-
L-The young folks with their small savings. t
_The person who disturbed the congregation Food and Drug Law. Sold by City
last Sunday by contlnualy Pharmacy a* 2.-The breadwinner striving to accumulate a fundto t

coughing Is requested to bay a bottle procure a home, or a competency for old age. -

of Fol y'. Honey and Tar. City Phar- The Important Point. 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience. afforded and i

Biacy. d'w Family Physician-I really do not the income provided.

think In this case an operation for 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. da and WesternMEATS

} The Sure Way. the patient is necessary. i

0, "How do.you tell mushrooms from' Fashionable Surgeon (haughtily) THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida :

..toadstools. ?' -It may not be necessary for the . . t. t. t t. . . . . . . t. +.
I: "By the obituary notices In the patient sir, but It Is for my reputa-

papers next day."-Cleveland Plain tion.-Baltimore American. .

peeler. What He Wanted. Live Oak M'f'g. Co. Phone 24.

Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup U best Her Father (sternly-Young man,

for women and children. Its mllo can you support a family?

action and pleasant taste makes It Young Man (startled)-Why--er Manufacturers of Promdt deliveries

preferable to violent purgative, such -I only wanted your daughter. Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights
tablets etc. Get the booklet Philadelphia Inquirer. ,
i u anywhere in the
I sad a ample of Orino at City Pbarea1ey The LIfe Insurance Power and Turpentine.Electric .

d-w muddle has started, the public to
thinking. The wonderful success that Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residence City.

A portion of Gasparllla Island. In has met Ballard's Horehound Syrup or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power-

i CUrlotte Harbor on the West coast In its crusade on Coughs Influenza day and night current-for: manufacturing purposes.

t lit been thrown open by the United Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention -

gates Land Department for settle.L -has started the public to think and all orders promptly filled. -

neat ing ol this wonderful preparation. We will low The Great fleadacHc Cure,
give you good prices on grade ceiling and
They are all using it. Join the procession
A little Kodol tawea occaslonaly. and' down with sickness. flooring. Come and get our prices. Bromo-Pepsin

especially after eating will relieve Price %5c, 50c and $100. Sold by

stomach belching and heart)1lL Suwanee Dru; Co. J-w "Note the Word "

goer tars three J. B.bottles Jones,of of Kodol Newport.cured Tenn.him. In Darkest Africa. Live Oak Perry & 6ulf R. R. Co. G U R E S Headache.Pepsin.Indigestion,

cl dyspepsia It Is sold here by City "Your highness announced the insoBnlg Servoasaesa

? royal adviser "the white explorer Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907. On the Spot.
begs the permission to penetrate your
Governor Broward has reinstated kingdom. He says he will cure much 1sT.CLASS CLASS lBT.CLASS DC1oA88 Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless

solicitor of the sickness by distributing cough medi- fail, & Palm..,Frt. and fail, and JJ1& .
James W Perkins P.... iii P.- Pua.'IP-I .- ggiats 10. 25*, sad Mt
criminal court of record of Volusla cine on his way." rall-rrt. for Sal By
N.l. Na" Na a. Na 2. Na" I .4-
county, who was removed from office "Very likely replied King Gumbo Sunday Daily ea. Daily 3nnday sandsy Daily es. The City
December 1905 on account of fall- with a broad grin. "All the white Dally' Only Sunday. an.S Only li i only i Sunday. PharmacyLIVE

to prosecute alleged election I men try to make us poor savages A.M. P. )(. P. M. P. 11. P. 3t.. A. M. tl A. )(. OAK. FLA.
ore Lave Lea v. Leas Arrive Arrive I Arri" Arrive
triads In Volusla county 'cough up.' Back to the elephanti s 220 240.- _. Live 0aL_ ._ 466 10 go 105i 41-23-trwi-Yi.
i with him!" 818 218 S go ._._..... __Starr _,_ S 41 1"1 I" 1010 t
grove a 322 222 sin ....._ Mercer 313 t 40 940 1004a
DtWltf Carbollied Witch Hazel I And then the king ordered the 2! 325 31 .__.. Plat+ _. S 587' S7 1000
834 234 sal.--..,"._Leac..t.r.. 111 628 I 945Ar
Salve does not merely heal OB the surface .! sounding of the war drum.-Chicago L. : 45 4o'Ar L./45 2 4o t: : : .-..-Ibwli nor Pak Park' ---'"- Lv J 25'' I 20ILv 920Lv E 925 H. J. MORRIS

; #It penetrates the pores and News. 8 49 419 406 :==".DoCha OO y" == = Ara lI'L. 610lAr : 9 11 Contractor and Builder
i $51 411 110 : 1 6 910
, pKimpUy relieves pain, caused by I Mqo .II1DCtioD J b 01I, t 9 oaS
and skin 100. 500 .20_ ___ SG6. Apply for plans estimatesand
, i. bogs barns scalds cuts I I. Wonderful Eczema Cure. 1001 :m141A 840: ,

: OMues. It" especially good forpfies. i "Our little boy had eczema for five -II 904 606 510 -TOWUMDd.135 Silo...,..... s Z S 00 460, "I 8 8 813 8 33 specifications.Office .

Beware of Imitations. Sold by years," writes N. A. Adams, Henrietta 9 Z6 626 5 --_ -Smitb 2. U 8 30 158 on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Cro aiDK..llllllllllllllllllllllllt.
824 18' 'I 51
d 9 88 538 i 1& FeDhoIJoway
3ty Pharmacy. I Pa. "Two of our home doctors 955 665 5 a5::.-==::_perry Z 1 406 8001 740Ar10
said the case was hopeless his lungs Ar 420 Ar 646. R..ptoD SpriDa&._ Lv Z Lv S 6:Lv 7 6011.. 115P.
11. P. II. A.II. P. II. A. )(' A.K
The postoffice at Fort Barracks i being affected. We then employed .

Teuaeola's military post was broken other'doctors,-but no benefit resulted.By .
Isle Monday night or Tuesday morning -|, chance we read about Electric MAYO A-YD ALTOS BH.-\.. CH. i ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ;

ud the contents of the cash 1 Bitters bought bottle and soon
tower some 75.00 removed. Al- ntlced Improvement. We continuedthis WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND I VETERINARY.Solicits I

ikovgfc armed guards were on patrol medicine until several bottles .Frt& Frt.& .... Paeans Frt. & Frt. 'Pauen PattenPau.
... Office
F. r. eer P.- P.cer an your patronage-
It tie vidnlty there Is not the slight were used when our boy was com- I' | at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148
est due to who raided the office. No.?. NO:t, N..l1. Na 13 Na S. No 10. No.l4No.16.. J
as cured. Best of all blood
pletely Daily Daily undaySunday Daily Daily Sunday. Sunday UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIChamberlain's
medicines and body building health es.San. .SIiL Only Only at.Sn.. ez.Sna On17 Only

Edaey complaint kills more people tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & A. M. P. M. A. M. P. K. A. M. P. 8t. A. M. P. M.
Lea Lave Leave Lea" Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive
tea any other disease This is duet Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w .06 444 I.45 630 Mayo3onatios.__ 768 300 365 28;
> the disease being so insidious that 3 ZZ 4s G 9 53 643 .Clark__ 1 2' 243 542 22!
S 32 604 10 03 Ii 53 -Petetson 727 233 892 212
fc ft tn good hold on the system beta 958. 505 -May. 00Arlo
f : :11.V f
4otAr1125: Lv jLV tv
T. W. Chastain, of Seffner Hills- 06IAr I S i 16 Alton 7 0 60
It U Kid..i
recognized. Foley's
Cholera & Diarrtra Remedy
county has a drainage well \!
.i borough s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and
developPiumaey which Is proving quite a curiosity, from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with other
- d-w and the phenomenon Is difficult to hues call on any ticket agent. Trains makes connection at Live Oak with all Almost every family has need
understand. Mr. Chastaln has a pieceof Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. of a reliable remedy for colic. or.)
land which he wished to J. LEE ENSIGN, President. R. P. HOPKINS Traffic :Manager: diarrhea at some time during the
De salvage allowed on the British pasture
. i els..alp Hannah M. Bell which drain for trucking, so had three wells S. T. GRINSHAW. Superintendent. year.This remedy is recommendedby
drain the land, one of -- -
44 e1K agora off Miami on March 11. 'put down to dealers who have sold it for
..l 'these wells has become a veritable I.
was later pulled off the many years and know its value.
of water
X fcj a fleet or' launches and geyser throwing a stream It has received th -sands of

.....,., amounts to 18.000. A from ten to twenty feet In the air, testimonials from grrtefd people.It .

I *M proportion of this sum was ap- then subsiding and acting as a drain has been prescribed by physicians : "

I* I HMi s uid.among Miami boatmen. well for a while, when the water Is with the most satisfactory

\ again thrown upward. r results.It !
saved life before
has often .
1k* roar lack aches It Is almost
medicine could have been sent for
About Poetry. I
MT aa Indication that some- summcned.
*H h :Milton thought that simplicity was or a physician
wrong with your kldners.41seued .
***. kidneys frequently one of the three cardinal requisitesin ,lined cos It only costs a quarter. Can
afford to risk so much for so
aw a break down of the entire Sf&1 poetry and the result is that you little? BUY IT NOW J
t DeWitt' Kidney and Bladder "Paradise Lost" Is gathering dust to-

( I" a.Ior4 Prompt relief weak kid day on a neglected corner of the For SicK Livers

1111\ Uckache.; Inflammation of the bookshelf. We don't make. these
'-"'" hd mistakes nowadays. Every
all urinary troubles. foolish
b, qty Pharmacy. d* real poet In America over thirteen A PURELY VEGETABLE ''KILLTHECOUCH

years of age knows that abstruseness -COMPOUND AND CURE THE LUNGS
,.., as and that the
Tau will eighteen- Is the Main Thing,

Y:, 1ft, thin year more 'difficult" he can make his CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP-
on an assessment; Dr.
R 1 .$.0n9. Under the admlnlstG mental offshoots, so much the moreIs Q OIGKLY CURES SIA.ALL MALARIA.LIVER COMPLAINTS.CHILLS and WITH King'sNear
;;- MaJor G*. 1., Babcoek the he a Great GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced

wag all taxes levied when TimesDispatch.On TORPID A LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottl. pury- Discovery

k)*31g off back Indebtedness, chased today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. RICE

flpid gaining financial the lower Chattahoochee river FOR COUCHS .o! sine.
. Trial Brtto Fret
t way through Western Florida to the ALL OTHER MEDICINES SATISAOTOBXOS : .
"S A Sorrow Escape. Gulf of Mexico, the honey industry Mrs. W.A. Whhewell Emory Ten, I GUARANTEED. MONEY BEPVNDIFDWORTH.
and fever
aora..a merchant of Plunk, has been greatly damaged In fact writes: "My child We had tried chills all kind of
lie a to four years.
aarow escape four years paralyzed for the present season, by medicines,aDd finally aa acquaintance of
u he ran a 31m8011 bUr Into the effects of the cold weather in mine recommended Herbi e. We used
,,--- He and the child is now completely -
says: "The doctor April. There are a good many three bottles
to cored. Yon have my permissionto
' amputate It but I would apiaries In that section, especially this testimonial u I cheerfully .
frolfl o I bought a box of Buck- around Wewahitchka. The bees recommend Herbine to all mother ly'-OR6ANsi'(4

Salve! and that cured the gather their honey from the blossomsof baring children afflicted.. .IfUIGE
tain* ouno." GET TilE GtNtJIn.alLARD I Sold direct from factory at factory price. -
25c at Barclay i. the tupelo trees, but this year DOTTLL 51c
i Send jo.riee Catalog. Mention this paper. ;l
.4ruutsta.; d-w blossoms were LINIMENT CD. I +
t these and other SNOW WIUUKSOB6A>to rUXOCOwCmCAODlieATIONi .
4, severely by the cold wea- So A. .1
f blighted so ST. LOUIS u.
!h&t She Drew ther in April that the bees found It I-
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Well-hie-you marS difficult to manufacture .0 i;' -
' better or worse-hie- a limited quantity of sweetness. Asa SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY feu,s.ot.teepu.g..rnametle. Plnlrilo,

r result the proprietors of the apiaries -, Company I .nor Qfaaunar.. OowHC--RitMonr_Lnmamn.o. .? -j;-...
Drug .
e..La..i4. la w.c..all21toa. r..eon.t e,5.as
o -Yea. and I got the are feeding them on cheap sugJ.ranel : Suwannee OdakM c.LLJW a. a1.t1a a.

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This is exactly we are
11 short time. The line is. conveniently
and last only a very
as the lot is limited can

III wish take advantage of thisSpecial Sale, YO WMUST :
a ll arranged, and if you to _
I contained in this.gpeeial Sale J
i COME QUICK. The following is a partial list of the .

Iii Figured Batiste, in Various combinations; Red- and White; Black and White .SmaHj

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a Checks; Medium Dots :and Stripes. .I.III |

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B i! J Solid Color Crepe in light
all colors
ii This material we have been Figured Lawns, white black and cream
i blue 5c
and combinations 6c to 7 1-2c 5c
g 5 selling at 10 cents per yard, 6c the 12 l-2c quality, now .
now - -
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Iii ll Our loss on the above lot will amount to many dollars, but we' wish to give our cus 'j

: tomers the advantage of getting the goods this season, and rather than wait till July or:JIII

} Aug. We are making a clean sweep now. Do not forget that the above means cash only.1



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plant will be worth in the neighbor. :Notice Of Spwciat-Tax School Election Notice Of Special Tax School Election Notice Of Special Tax Scboel
and Luraville District No. 10. O'Brien District >o, 3. Houston District S*Lf
hood of ten thousand I .
I CHURCHES i the force of help will be from eighteen In accorda.ac9 with Chapter 4678 :. In accordance with Chapter 4678 In accordance with CbijSff 8,'
r : to twenty regular employees. .and the school laws of Florida an and the school laws of Florida an and the school law of flue ;
Mr. Scarborough has always kept election will be held in Luraville election will be held at O'Brien Spec- election will be held la Boasts*
Special Tax School District. at the ial Tax School. District at the usual tal Tax School District ttnK.
Worship Sunday -
Where to skilled laundrymen in charge and
usual voting place onTuesday I!i place on voting place on

. . . I I his .works With give ample iiezbest facilities of satisfaction. andample.force ; June* llth. A. D. 1&&JTT"to > :| Tuesday June: 11th. Af D. 19O7.. Tuesday June llth A.B.U&

Baptist Church. th%_new plant will turn elect three trustees to serve for; to elect three trustees to serve for to elect three trustees w tent
The pastor who has been away attending the succeeding- years, and to de- I: the succeeding'two years and to determine the succeeding two yean,uife-*
the Southern Baptist Convention out a volume of work considerably termine the maximum number of the maximum number of termine the naxtaia uPI
more than ever before and will mills of district school tax to be lev-!;mills of district school tax to be lev- .mills of district school tzx tokf
and the Jamestown Exposition bring an appreciable amount of business ied for each of said years.T. lied for each of said years.J. led for each of said years
for the past two weks. will reach to Live Oak. which has here- L McIntosh, G. F. Gamble and,, W. Barnes. J. H. Flemming andT. J. H. Long, S. W. Kes.ae4-
home in time for all the services tofore gone to other cities. C. S. LeFever. are appointed inspectors -, C. Williams. are appointed inspectors M. Knight are appointedand --
Sunday. He writes from and L. M. Ballentine. clerk. and Rufus Griffin, clerk. Epstein Oliff; alert -
D. c.. under date of Washlng-I Live Oak welcomes Mr. Phillips Done by order of Board of Public Done by order of Board of Public Done by order of Board tl rJ
ton and will be glad to know of the gratifing Instruction of Suwannee County Fla.J. .\Instruction of Suwannee County Fla. Instruction of Suwaaaee Coss%?
and says: "Please I of business for the
trill be home Friday night or Saturday increase. i E. WOOD E. R. WISE. J. E. WOOD E. R, WISE J. E. WOOD B.K.1*

and will tell of my trip Sunday laundry.A Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. Sec.y and Supt. Chairman. Sec'y and Supt O6
cleaning and pressing department
ETery body, invited. 1- -
night. under the skillful manipulation ,

of Joe McAlpin is also an adjunct to
Methodist Church.
the new concern and Joe says whistle
9:45 a. Sunday-school. J. E. and he will come for your suit right

Wood.11:00 Superintendent.a. m.-Preaching. :I now. A POPULAR SUMMER SCHOOL J

2:30 p. m.-Junior League. 4 I i iMidway ..
3:30 p. m. Epwort hLeague. I Notice Of Special Tax School Election\ -1

7:30 p. m.-Children's Day ser\ District Xo. &. In.Bookkeeping, Business Practice, Stenography, Typewriting, Telegra.pbl i

vice. Special singing and addresses In accordance with Chapter 4678 I and English Training will be conducted at the \
emphasizing the work of the Sunday and the school laws of Florida an .
schooL Everybody welcome-__.,?_ I election will be held in Midway Special "+
I Tax School District at the usual _- -.. .- .-
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Toting place on I
Second Advent Christian Church.
Tuesday June llth A. D. 19O7. ,
Regular services tomorrow at I
a. m.. and 7:45 p. m.. by the pastor. .to elect three trustees to serve for
will be "The the succeeding two years and to determine I,
The morning theme : the maximum number of
Second Coming of Christ. mills of district school tax to be lev- j.i
,Sunday-school at 10 a. m. ed for each of'eaid years.G. .
Prayer meeting Tuesday night at H. Dorman, J. A. DeBerry andJ. I
V. Brown are appointed Inspectors
7:4S o'clock. clerk.
and W. 1: Horn
Everybody invited to attend these Done by order of Board of Public

services. .. Instruction of Suwannee County
--- J. E. WOOD E. R. Fla.\\ ISec'y j
Episcopal Church. and Supt. l

Service at the Episcopal. church tomorrow I =
Notice Of Special Tax School Election A
11 m.
at a.
Branford District No. 4. J
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. For Short Practical and intensely for Smer '
In accordance with Chapter 4678 J interesting courses of study [ 3
Laundries Consolidate. and the school laws of Florida an works we have the best. Penmanship by the m
Two Big election will be held in Branford Scholarships: $40.00 $
Mr. Lester Scarborough proprietorof Special Tax School District at the and $90.00. -
the Live Oak Steam Laundry has usual voting place on 5Biiil;

associated with him Mr. Phillips of Tuesday June llth. A. D. 1OO7.to SOUTHERN COLLEGEr.

the Lake City Steam Laundry. who elect three trustees to serve for ;
brings with him his laundry and the succeeding two years and to determine
This means the the maximum number of > Ohio
Oak. Ave.
Live and
to Conner
trade mills of district school tax to be lev- St.
capacity of the laundry is ied for each of said years. LIVE
doubled and the work also. Mr. W. G. Vernon. E. D. Blanchardand OAK FLORID
Scarborough and Mr. Phillips are It. A. Ivey are appointed inspectors L. bi. Harrox .
and N. H. Green clerk. STEPIIEti.
of the new concern. G. S. L
joint proprietors Done by order of Board of Public President and Proprietor '
the same
which ,wit be run under Instruction of Snwannee County. Fla.J. .
name. Live Oak Steam Laundry.We E. WOOD E. R. WISE
are informed that the new Sec'y and Supt. Chairman.


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