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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 27, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA MOXDAY MAY 27 19O7.
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LAWMAKERS ARE PASSING LAWS

EJ' IX A KUSII THE 3IEMORIAL CEREMONIES IXATLANTA. ...

xow GEORGIA LAST

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IoMoR[ TIPPING WAITSFalkners' j

JOHN B. 'GORDON STATUE

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Bill Relating ,to the

I Illicit Sale of Liquors May Become
Law Daughters of General Gordon Effect
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! the t."nnlling-3Ianl Who Served
Under Him Present
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May 27. The Crane4ra1UAg8 )1 .

bill passed the house this sARly r /f r a
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owning under suspension of the Atlanta. May 25.-Atlanta paid-

;nj s by a Tote of 38 to 14. handsome tribute to the memory of

iTbe Wartman bill prohibiting Gen. John B. Gordon today the city

tipping waiters was passed In the turning out in full force at.the un-

boose. veiling of the equestrian statute of

lo ort"Ow the census and appor- 1 f t / it1 this famous warrior; in Capitol park.

floament amendment measure are Prominent personages from all over

special orders in the house for con- the country together with many Con-

f,gjeratlon. The motion to reconsider II federate veterans who served under

,the Indefinite postponment of good this former governor of the "Empire

i roads bill was defeated. .i. State of the South" were conspicuous -
t
! %Thc license tax bill passed the in, the crowded assemblage a

louse, and tie senate has passed thor parade of military fraternal and

a1knel' bill relating to Illicit sale a civic organizations being one of the

debate. \ largest seen here in many years
o(liquors after a warm '
t.The senate has concurred in the State Treasurer R. E. Park acting as

lease amendment to the child labor : \ :cv marshal ...
bil! aad passed the Knight bill The unveiling was effected by Mes-

OTOyWting turpentining or cutting dames Frances Gordon Smith, of Atlanta -

Itlaber on lands with outstanding tax : and Caroline Lewis Gordon

|certificates.EDUCATIOXAL. : : Brown, of Connecticut daughters of
General Gordon. General CelementA.

OO "EXTIOX. Evans. a life long friend of them
i .n in whose honor the ceremonieswere
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[Florida. Members Preparing for the 4n held, delivered the oration of .

Trip to California. m the day. -
Tallahassee May %7.-Miss ClemHampton ,7'c
I IBerryman It General EvansAddress..
[ director and manager! forBTorida.
is busy preparing for theannlvers&1'7 General Evans gave an interesting*
in Washington t, history of General Gordon from the _
ftteth convention of the t
sal Educational Association. time he entered the Confederate
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Mck will be held at Los Angeles. PREACHER ASSASSIXATED TO f i J. W. PERKINS IS VINDICATED. army with all the ardor of his na-

Jaly 3 to 12. Inclusive. STOP TESTIMONY. .DftfflOFMRS.llcKINLE1.[ I tural temperment as captain of a
company from Alabama and
Georgia,
The railroads have
granted a one- ; Was Reinstated Prosecuting Attorney
rate for the round After Being Called Out of.His HoaseJ'Virginia .\ until the end of the war. He In-
trip.Btndftsrate ... _, _._ .. :; I of Y01usL. County by Governor
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-- t iLt j!- \ -Nt- r stanced Gordon's characteristic
ag- "Los Angelesbe Man ts to Its .
Broward- on Tuesday, -- *
met member 'of the .WIDOWRaleigh'N. OF EX.-PRESTDEXT PASSED 'Gazette .. pro uptltude ln battle, and'saT d this
by Tecepeommittee (Daytona :)
and the visitors'con C...May 27.-A special PEACEFULLY 'YESTERDAYAFTERXOOX was never more needed nor. ,more:
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from Mount The news reached Daytona Tuesday I conspicuously displayed than In,
acted to the general information Airy N. C., says: making
1 evening that Governor Broward the charge at Gettysburg. He Insisted
In Carroll county in a' -
areas and the official register and. Virginia .
had reinstated James W. Perkins as that history should not class,
f they hue not already made hotel section of the Blue Ridge mountains.
prosecuting attorney Volusla coon the Gettysburg battle as more than
ion*, will be assisted In' seaecommodatlons. Thursday night about mid-night HER[ DEATH WAS LIKE SLEEP ty. It will be remembered that Mr. technical Confederate defeat, upon a,
,. r ., It is earn- '
Perkins removed
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Rev. Joseph Easter a Dunkard was something ove one lone ground that Lee withdrew '
1y reqaested that all 'will !
register '
preacher was awakened called out : a year ago by the governor for alleged across the Potomac. General Gor
.tely their arrival In
der that their upon friends know of of the house and assassinated by some: So Peaceful and Gradual That It Was failure to prosecute certain cases don's activity,not only in battle, but
may
one concealed. No motive can be as- Difficult to Xote When Death which charges were easily proven in all campaigns General Evans said
eir presence in the city. It is not .
signed for the crime other than that Came-Xo Pain false but for some unaccountable was a notable feature of hlr military
pected that accommodations
will '
Dr. Easter would have been an Im- reason his reinstatement was with- career. Gen Robert E. Lee. he said
asdped to any persons who are portant witness in cases pending in held until almost the eve of the adjournment was impressed by Gordon's aggressiveness -
registered as members of the N.
. A. At the court,.involving certain parties in the Canton. 0., May 26.-Mrs. William of the legislature. his enterprising spirit his
information
bureau will
! neighborhood, who had been indictedfor "Jim" Perkins made the best prosecuting judgment in planning a fight. his
found the representatives of thesmerciat McKinley died this afternoon at 1:05
selling liquor illegally. The weapon attorney Volusla county ever general promptitude, his quickness In
bodies from all over the used was a shotgun.Mr. o'clock. The transition from life to had and his reinstatement is hailed taking advantage of a turn in the tide

who will gladly give any in- Easter. had a wife and seven death was so peaceful and gradual with satisfaction by nine-tenths of of battle and his daring courage in
'nation desired regarding their children. that it was with difficulty that the the people of the county. He was fear executing a command. He discussed

silty. The local committee adviceat Feeling runs high and it is pro- vigilant physicians and attendants less in the discharge of his duty and Lee and Gordon at Appomatox re-

accommodations be secured in bable that if the guilty party is noted when dissolution came. There never failed to prosecute a case to viewed Gen. Gordon's steadily ascend-

to as far possible. In apply- caught the people would not'wait for was no struggle-no pain. Mrs. McKinley the best of his ability where chargeswere ing fame during the war and de-

accommodations the number the courts to decide the case. never knew of the efforts made. clared that his superior military talents -
*x of the members of the party ; made for days to prolong her life The office of prosecuting.attorney were brilliantly disclosed in

I grouping of same in rooms CARTER CAUGHT AT CARTERS- nor of the solicitious hope against will now take on the dignity that is many battles and "were efficient in

ricea they are willing to pay VILLE. hope of her sister and other relatives due the position and not be the all his positions from captain to lieu-

>J4 be definitely stated. Address and friends for her recovery.At laughing stock of the entire county as tenant general."

wtwgpondence* to Mr. Frank ,The Theft of $'J6.700-Charged the McKinley home when death has been the case during its emcum- General Evans told of a conference ,

.Loa V secretary executive commit- Against Him by the Southern came there were present Secretary bency by Prosecutor Brumsey. he Lad with General Gordon in Geor-

Angeles Cal Pacific. I Cortelyou, Mr and Mrs. M. C. Barber gia after the war when they found

: Purchase of Tickets. :Mrs. Sarah Duncan Mrs. Luther Day. APPEAL TO SOUTHERXERS. their minds to be in accord upon the

hce there will be reduced .rate New Orleans May 27.-Southern Justice and Mrs. William R. Day resolve that they would stand by

to other Pacific coast conven- Pacific officials were notified of the Doctors Portmann and Rixey and the Stop All Business at Unveiling of Jefferson their people for weal or woe. that
pie at_the arrest today at Cartersville, Ga., of R.
same time, at the nurses. Davis Statue. the State must be honorably restoredto

., rite, care should be taken in F. Garner a former clerk, charged "Mrs. McKinley lasted hours longer its place in the Union and that
New Orleans May 27.-An appealto
JndIue of tickets to aee'that a with the embezzlement of $36.700 than we expected," said the Secre friendship between the people of the '
"**. & A." ticket is obtained from the company's New Orleans of- all southerners briefly to stop busi- South and North must be regained
"' tary. ness and all moving wheels at 2
p.
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A. transportation and put upon a patriotic basis so that
ficeGarner m., June 3, the moment of the un-
over the entire route select- is alleged to have obtained Baby Show. the fires of sectional hates would be
The veiling of the Jefferson Davis statueat
the Purchaser must determine, this sum by fraudulent sales of rail- St. Lukes' Guild hopes that all will the Richmond reunion of Confed- extinguished. General Evans said he

to-tiny of purchase the entire road tickets made by himself underan bring their badies to the old Baisden erate veterans was issued here tonight called the country to witness the #

lie traveled as no exchange assumed name to the company. building tomorrow (Tuesday) at four by General Lee, commanding. faithfulness with which Gordon carried

,1Qat.ea tan be made after starting. o'clock. the veterans. out these high resolves duringhis

the ase+the purchaser should King Edward to Have a Castle in There will be four prizes one for I entire life. They were the bur

watraet on ticket and secureexplanations Spain. the finest boy under five years; one den of his early addresses to the people -
the IelUng. The Ladies Aid Society to :Meet. and the
agent to
:Madrid.May 27.-A castle in Spainis for the prettiest girl same age; one I returned soldiers who
rovta1ona not fUlly .nnder- to be provided as a summer resi- for the prettiest girl baby also one The Ladies' Aid Society will hold were earnestly peacefully and thriftily -

tlt nt.Ul prevent errors. dence for King Edward. It will be for the finest boy baby under two their meeting Tuesday afternoon i' at work everywhere He had the i
al.an embarrassing and entranceof from 3 to 5 o'clock at the home of heart and band' of the South and his ..
built on an island at the years.
II Mrs. C. A. Ridley.It Confederate comrades because of his
J0e0rWCtlater- Arosa Bay on the west coast for Cream and cake will be sold on
HTLV"TekMei'. should Inquire which a number of wealthy Englishmen the spot. Come and help a good is hoped that there will be a unfailing fidelity to their cause and
I ff"tlelwt large attendance of the members he won the good will of the North
and take
I If no are bargaining. Their proposalIs cause.
.tt local. both from the missionary and aid. by his broad and true patriotism.
N. agent is not sup- to build upon the island a magnificent The admission fee of ten cents entitles -

b&515 A..pickets, ask for summer residence and present each person to one vote only for societies.B. .

on the trans- HJo King Edward. each class. We do this on account of J. E. Pound editor of the Taylor

4e flteoay to- ( through which Whether his majesty would acceptit so much opposition to regular voting A. Huggerbotham and J. M. B. County Herald was here today, en-
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\ i. '&T 'It *s advisable and If so. whether he would and are unable to find willing judges. Brown of Hampton county. and A. J. route to Tallahassee to instruct the

J Of the Mrchaserg to Inquire In change his settled habits so far as.tomake Bevels of Taylor county;representing legislature how to perform their

4Y be local ticket agent that use of his Spanish chateau is f. All will be glad to note that ilra. the Singer Sewing Machine Company duties. He was accompanied by

A t..;; on band: when needed. another question. I. Hillman Is much better 'today. were here today. Master Brener Ba.ttle. of Perry.. '
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better than any other cough remedy
Remote from wind and cold; and you will get Instant relief. The .
because its laxative principle assuresa
blessed sunshine soft and greatest liver regulator. A positivecure
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for -Constipation., Dyspepsia.
f bright bowels and at the same It heals irritation Equipped for repairing ',;
Malaria Chills and all liver com- Gasoline nf ...
Has bathed<. the flowers in a wondrous of the bowels and at the plaints. Mr. Cof Emory Texas Autos. A full supply of and ...
time it heals irritation of the
f mold; same throat strengthens the bronchial writes: "My wife has been using Her- Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.

# And roses rare make garlands fair tubes and allays inflammation of the ., bine for herself and children for five Also sell the well Known Columbia bat
who nestle years. It is a sure cure for constipation -
the ones
For happy
mucous membrane. Contains Honey': and malaria fever which is substantiated tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs q,

there. and Tar, pleasant to take. Children ;i i; by what it has done for kept in stock. Exclusive agent 'fort

There is a world of joyful streams like it. Conforms to the National j I 1 I my family." Sold by Suwannee DrugCo. Savill Vulcanizing Works, Jaeksonvil1e,ii
Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by
I And nights that are gay with song; City Pharmacy. d. d-w Sample of this work can be seen her::.

And days that glide as happy dreams;i I
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FOR LIVERY j
.. So the schoolbook commission ;:
With pleasures manifold along. Prof. E. W. Berger of Gainesville

J All filled with flowers blessed with is in the Indian River section Investi- scheme got it in the neck did it? The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-iff! :

gating the ravages of the white fly. That's good! Now let the state insurance Livery seating capacity for foggy
bees.
1a He says he believes that fungus is a .. commission scheme get a
i That murmur the glees of the lol- ,good thing to assist in exterminatingthe wholesome dose of the same medicine, CHASTAlNl
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ling trees. white fly egg. and the legislature will surely have I AL

;done something for the people of
There is a realm of lilting birds.
Do You Love Florida. There is and has been too Gas Engineer Proms
Refreshed by seas of gentle green; I
much governing us people by commission ,
There's an atmosphere escaping your baby You wonder why he i
anyhow. Tallahassee True
words, cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
Democrat. t
# As auras rise from the flowering Vermifuge and he will never cry.

sheen; Most babies have worms, and the *
The Life Insurance
Where the red birds trill is all athrill i I mothers don't know it. White's

With echoing thoughts of the daf- Cream Vermifuge rids the child of muddle has started the public toj!

fodil. worms and cleans out its system ii thinking. The wonderful success that

a pleasant way. Every mother should has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin I
There is clime of maidens sweet
a
keep a bottle of this medicine in the its crusade on Coughs Influenza,
All full of love, bereft of care:
t ouse. With it, fear need never enter Bronchitis and all Pulmonary trouble -
And gallant lads who at their feet
cer mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su- *--has started the public to think-
Make all their service fitting prayer
or this wonderful
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wannee Drug Co. d-w preparation.
Where mating comes like a happy
T-ey are all using it. Join the procession -

song Commission men are at Stuart look- and down with sickness.
And naught is wrong, its pathway ing out for the pineapple crop. They Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold pySuwanee I

along. are offering $1.65 for fruit, not more Drug Co. .1-w. 3S

There is a land of a God that is love than 10 per cent to be 42s. For
Who spreads his blessings every- balance they pay $1.25 per crate. It is an undisputed fact that the

where; Some growers have sold. I state is very very prosperous. Thereis

In birds and streams, and skies, money in the treasury and plentyof
above, j I-To be divorced from your appendix. It, the public debt is not big

And all around in the boundlessfair. There will be no occasion for it if you enough to mention and everything is Your Physician

|i 4 keep your bowels regular with Dr. serene. But while all this is true, 11

God grant that we may nobler be; i i King's New Ute Pills. Their action there is no reason why extravagance Will Prescribe Red Rock j

And follow the call of the emerald ; is so gentle that the appendix never should be indulged in. "There is a ,

sea. j! has cause to make the least com- hard time a coming," and the part of U if he does as many others do who know its merits.it .

-Chas. A. Nixon, Emory College, plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay & wisdom is to prepare for it now when has been endorsed by hundreds of sanitoriumS.

in Florida Christian Advocate. Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try. there is plenty to prepare with.- throughout thousands of the physicians country as and the myriads Greatest of homes of AS.

them. dwJ. Madison New Enterprise. Temperance Beverages. It relieves indig stiott

Stop Grumbling. and dyspepsia; and never causes consti tioD.
P. Mace, of Lake Helen, broughtthe Disturbed the Congregation. Say RED ROCK! Say it PLAIN
-If you suffer from Rheumatism or first of the season into Sold eTer71rhen m N
peaches The w *and null bottles ae 5c.rJaII
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment I DeLand last week. person who disturbed the con from original bottle 3
relief. It is a sure gregation last Sunday by
will bring quick I continualy The
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cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con-I Notice to Our Customers. coughing is requested to buy a bottleof Co., ,
tracted Muscles and all pains-and Foley's Honey and Tar. City Phar-l

within the reach of alL Price 25c, -.e are pleased to announce that: macy. d-W
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Tf-X., writes "I have used Ballard'aSnow colds and lung troubles is not affect Herman Hilman & Son, Orlando

Liniment in my family for years ed by the National Pure Food and. reported a yield of 300 bushels of -- at...

and have found it a fine remedy for Drug law as it contains no opiates 01 Irish potatoes to the acre. Off their Watermelons are looking fine at t Flemington gro**"

all pains and aches. I recommend it other harmful drugs, and we recom 12 acres the HUmans have sold Belleview and it would pay prospec- shipping beans- I
Su- mend it as a safe remedy for child $7,000 worth of 1
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tine Nearly especially all other those cough containing cure Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, put upon our \tork that enhances tha
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LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
KENNEDY'SAXATIVE Fancy Vests Wash etc., to
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Visiting Merchants are Cordially tat attention siren to Conveyance Collection I Laundry and you will have them
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vited to make our office their headquarters to. quickly and carefuly done In a satisfactory -
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7 lEean.dy's LazIUvs
i Red Tar. CEftdrsa lib it.tis. 'I Practical

Lo..e0 D.wttt.a.it.oo a o..otucato been..at the,U.S.A.by L kPharmacy .-It To Contractors and Prospective Builders: $:I: WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER CURE

< City I THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. i iI Good stock 35 of year's Watches experience always on hand.|1I f f I I I WILL CURE YOU ._ ,

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

: Ne tly Done and 111111 iiillllllllimi"1" CLINTON & MEEK'S MARKET.iiYMo1TEYDTAr. nothing gained by delay.
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Promptly at the 50c. and $1.00 Bottles.
f X EFUSK UBSTITUTK:
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT I I HOW TO \U\'EILTISE. (, It looks very much like Governor I Are you a tn.
i hoodoo
work the
again :
E. B. Davidson in "Profitable Advertising j will
Published every Afternoon 'I ; says something worth tte Good Things '
Except Sunday.J.
I consideration of our advertisers."I I authorizing tte continuation of his t appreciatesClothing .} -

F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g'r. just don't remember how many i Everglade drainage scheme. Since ti I

hundreds of times I've been-asked by I the work has been carried this far it !- at ,-

Entered at the Postoffice Live Oak since there Isi i
might be Just as well
advertise "Isn't it best for me to i
Florida.,as Second Class Mail Mat
ter. November 7. 1905. get a preferred position or: prominent'J i!a deference of opinion to continue
{l where it can reason PI cesl1I
location for my advertisement an-1 the drainage to a point

: THE LIfE Oil PDBLISHISG COHPAIY. run It In the same place every time" I be definitely determined whether It is

"Well now of course most advertisers I possible to ever drain this great waste j

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be ask that because they believe it. of Inundated territory.-Miami Met- (

mailed to any part of the United to begin with. In fact it's a pretty ropolisIf; money Is to be squandered ,

States postage prepair. for $5.00 this scheme and the tax payersof
: tough Job to convince the average ad- upon
per year; $2.50 for six months;
$1.25 for three months or-50 cents vertiser that his advertisement should the state approve of It. might justas

for fire weeks in advance. Delivered not stand out more prominently than well dig away at the ditch until the

to any part of the city by last dollar is We have to be prepared to do
any other advertisement in the gone.iNTERFSTIAG i
paper.
carrier for 10 cents per week. I things well and this applies to
'Most advertisers want their adver-
_ BIT OF HISTORY. i j everything. For instance Roberts I
Nj The new Tampa directory gives tisements to appear if possible in an I! I Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.

that population of 50890. isolated spot surrounded by solid factories, ,
city a lion. Edmund G. Ross, Ex-United I J have six big specialty

;1 Tampa has ben making a most remarkable reading matter. They want to disconnect States Senator of Kansas. with a daily capacity of 40.0OO ,

? ; growth within the past few I I II it from its felows. They want time UnI-J i pairs. They employ expert
i I I Edmund G. Ross at one workmen, use the best material
I years and Is destined to become, e the poor little advertisement to be ted States senator from Kansas. and ,
in all their shots, and the latest
greatest and largest city in the South. i lonely in fact. They disregard en- whose vote prevented the Impeach-i and best machinery is used. I I

tirely the fact that other advertisements ment of President Andrew Johnson !I They are prepared to make good II I

If Judge Palmer of Lake City. have a pulling power too. died recently at Albuquerque. N. M. I : shoes that's whT"STAR BRAND
Referring-to this incident a writer in "
I1 should enter the race for governor "Companionship is just as good for the SHOES ARE BETTER. One t
St. Louis Globe-Democrat says.
"
the QUAKER,
of their shoes
several political slates will necessarily an advertisement as it is for a human "In this most dramatic incident ol i
I for women at $3.OO Is the best
have to be broken. In fact he being. Let your ad"ertisementbe American political history,the president -! find. It
I shoe for the money we can
will enter the race with strength a "mixer;" let It mingle with the of the United States was defendant The Star on the heel and the I t
'c prosecuted by the house of representatives -
bunch. It won't lost in the crowd j
enough to break any political slate get < word QUAKER" woven with
before the chief justice
now made up. never fear-that is. If it's well written silk in the facing are guarantees
of the supreme court sitting as trial
!readable. It will get you acquainted judge and a jury composed of the I that the QUAKER" is honestly i
constructed and will satisfy.
I Now comes Live Oak and asks to be with all the people who read cabinet and senate. At the close ol Come see them and "WALK ,
the other advertisements around it." the trial se"en'republican senators
named the "
as abiding place of for OX STARS.
voted with the democratic minority
ida's capitoL If this thing keeps up The best woman in the world
seventh
against impeachment the
An exchange makes this could not make good bread if
much longer Apalachicola will scoop excuse: and deciding ballot being that of

: the whole thing and settle the Question "A whole lot of interesting reading Senator Ross. For this simple act of she didn't have good ou.r. The i{
best woman in the world could- '
for all time. Apalachicola matter was crowded out this week on justice In the face of threats of political If yea are, you can osefe
n't make good butter if she did-
'i Times. account of not being able to find It.' annihilation social ostracism .
financial ruin and assassination all n't have the right kind of milk. expecting to see easy rIe!
to churn. Neither could the
but the latter became Ross' portion. interest you in oar treads
The Tampa Times offers the following best woman in the world make
Were It not that i
we can divide our There was no doubt how Fessenden
attention between the legislature and hint: """ben you hear your FowledGrimes. Henderson. Trum- good cake It she used salt for and varied stock of spic-aaJ

i.i. baseball news the strain might be too pa telling about the daring didoes he bull and Van Winkle I ntended to sugar. new clothing for 1p

much for us these days. What does used to cut up when he was young vote; but Ross whose name came low .
on the list represented a passionately Summer, which in style, $g
don't
to his
try repeat alleged per
the fan
care about what the legisla
'1 radical state and had been subjected '
-i 1i 7} ture is doing any way so long in Jacksonville formances. You are liable to get to unliml.td political pressure and assortment is caapsri

J Is at the top ol the league. skinned alive just as he would havebeen abuse and threats. When Kansas I '' 81'

I skinned if he had performed in heard Ross had voted'not -eniltv- the I DOWLINI 'LUMBER that shown by the leading i

The his youth as he is now willing to storm broke.. D. W. Wilder, then establishments cf Net!
Jamestown Exhibition like
make his old chums believe. The editor of the..Leaven worth Conservative -
i most of the others was not ready at in his issue ,of May 17. 186S. : City. If jic nettles '

the opening and Is not ready yet most dashing watermelon stealing said: 'Johnson is acquitted because: '
Thousands of carpenters and workmen story we ever heard was told by a Kansas is corrupt. The fate of the NAVAL l STORES[ I: this Spring to see the gas

rt man who lived until he was fifty nation depended upon the vote. It value we offer in
are_ still at work on the build
old in Maine five was found and came
years away up hundred from Kansas.Ross .
ings and grounds. The larger crowdsare miles from the nearest water- has betrayed the people .

expected later A' the season although trayed the cause, stabbed liberty I MICKFINE [
melon patch. It is allowed to men to beCOMPANY f
; quite a number are taking the national capitol. within sight ,
stretch things a little when they are
advantage of some of the low ex- Mount Vernon and almost on the
old. Boy. just wait till you get old spot where Abraham Lincoln !
1' cursion rates to visit it now. was DOWLXXG PARK, JFLA.
and then even up by imagining and murdered. Another man. a man of .

t telling things. It is not only safer great powers and marvelous energy . . . . I' f
Mrs. William McKInley is dead. Her but it is the regular course." a man who with all his errors had H CMI

gentle kindly disposition like that great qualities and generous instincts. of the republican party he. went to

f of the late lamented president won i. man who was grim and satanic in Xew Mexico In 188 and in 1885 was
The best man we have in our town his
hates but who could love too, made governor ofXew Mexico by
for her the
lore of the entire country for the general good of the town is and knew what it was to have friends Grover Cleveland serving until 1889. You shouldn't delay ecsaf

while she gracefully filled the always seen on the front seat in the and be true to them; that man Ross Since that time up to a few years other You caal .fei

position of first lady of the land. progressive "band wagon.. He is.the: traveled this road before you. He, ago he alternated between his littleprinting day.

7 While not possessed with any great first one to extend an open and wel- too, went over to Andrew Johnson. office in Albuquerque and equal of this celebrated d*

wealth she assisted He found the road a hard and drearyone the ranch of his
many worthy son, Pitt Ross :
come hand to the best town in the anywhere in town under
with
no lights
charities and no stars in where he died. In 1905 .
telegrams of sympathycame Delegate ,
state. He will resent an insult to our heaven a walk like :
Dante's in *
the Rodey. Of
in by
special than ask.
to her from every section of the legislation secured more we ,
town as quickly as he would a slur: ferno. He ended his pilgrimage In i a pension of $30
a month for Senator
country during her late illness.In at a member of his family. He very his own tragic way. The editorial Ross." high-grade, t iimlr! *

politely invites the chronic kicker to goes OB. to speak of the senator who vials faultless in cut and ti
"shook In his ,
boots like
.
Atlanta Saturday. Georgians "move on" He is ever ready to give a craven- The Boom of Gr. .
hearted wretch had Dan + .petrait.y mimes
Vorhees ing and up- -
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gathered by thousands to do honor to his
just
proportion to every public betting money on him. and (Boston Transcript) iI

their gallant General Gordan at the enterprise. He talks up our town at brought up in the White House under The popularity or grapefruit Is a .vanced fashion roo can

unveiling of his ,statue. General home and abroad and believes it the Andy Johnson's table licking his sign of the times that Invites con 'selection of any stt't at -

Gordon was one of the greatest generals best place on God's green earth in I boots cringing sneaking frightened, sideration. Three times a day In
:trembling? We bave some $25.00 with every assarsss
households
of the civil war. and one of the which to live and desire to be buried never seen does It appear>> at

nobles sons the Southland has ever here when he dies. Let us all try and 'the manifested Lawrence in any community, said table so complete is its rogue, and no permanent satisfaction-* _
one Is
Republican {
'so deep ever heard to .
a he
produced. In the unveiling ceremonies. be like this man for one year and our sense of shame and mortification of it. Grapefruit holds say its Is weary j'I you got the bests!.; <&***
own. now
General Gordon's two daughters little town will take on new life andImpro"e coupled with indignation as was exhibited that it has really come into its '

unveiled the monument and General as never before in Its history. in Lawrence Saturday when as not all fruits can. For besides own.the at the price you paid.

Clement. Evans, a companion in -Sanford Chronicle. it became known that the conviction i fine flavor of it. It has certain '
of Andrew Johnson ,, .. _. ) Parties pro-
>%o : It is saM .w-_ __ *
arms of the.general, made the ors -- --- AGU'CU' ---- ... i* 'L 0.
tion of the day. through Ross.' the treachery of Senator ful and that is a- -combination-- MBO.% *fe UCAilU always* Smart Spring Safe h f f$3.OO fr ;

-. Suwannee county Is fast becomingone The Lawrence Tribune declared desirable. So It Is good to be ,
told.
of the famous counties of the 'If Senator Ross is right the having reached this stage In
Hon. Albert Jennings; a prominent southern states for more every republican in Kansas is wrong.' Plating with contemn -
reasons than The Kansas tlplace DS- that down In $$7.5
City Journal Florida to
citizen of of
Com
Pensacola. and
a possible our song famed rived. Besides its merce expected the 'wretched grapefruit orchards InCrease -
candidate for governor. is in the city fame for the man to yearly In sIze and In number
amount of long staple hang upon a gibbet of obloquy.' But and that ,!

today and Is being heartily greetedby cotton produced and the lumber business the bitterest were the telegrams. One tree set out nowadays for every orange '

his old friends. Mr. Jennings atone of recent years, there is every ;' signed -D. R. Anthony and others planted. For grapefruit this trey are Clothes made of t test j

time resided in our neighboring prospect for her taking one of the 1' said: 'Your vote is dictated by Tom that future demands news for the assures fruIt U9 in handsome P****"*?!
Ewing
county .Hamilton, and Is personally leading places as a phosphate producing are not Indian by your oath. Your motives be as'fully met as are those of will the tailored to resist near& ,

acquainted with all the old-time county. With the reopening Kansas repudiates contracts and greenbacks present their shapelinessP00* !

citizens throughout this section of of the Luraville mines comes the report she does all perjurers and skunks.you as" A .values that sell eke r l
Long
the state, and it is needless to say of another find of phosphate in Another from Topeka by J. D. Bailey Dose. .to 10.50 herein a
Caner-Do I'
that they are urging him to make the this county which will produce between said: 'Probably the rope with which going to you tT>ln* the doctor Is ment of atracase'BUTLiRO
I Judas i help>>
hanged himself you :fr.
race for: governor. and assuring him two hundred thousand and Pistol with Is lost but tEfe Jonej --p'p *!av Jones? to$7.5C.
which Jim Lane "* *. If can
of their support. The man who attempts ,three hundred.thousand; tons of phosphate mitted suicide Is at com folsMf&ISl

to make figures on the nextrace rock. It has been sufficiently Upon hU retitemeu n'I871 YOursemce Senator: J I

for governor ustrBot-faU to prospected to make the development Ross returned to Kansas but the !
:
give Jennings a'goOd vote from this practically a certainty in the near i'hoodoo''I or'the :Lane succession was i

section. future. t r on him and Wsnewspaper business a Weekly., }
Dentures: were unsuecessfnL iI
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HATTKIIS tlinOXICLED OF INTEREST FOR I DEMOCRAT BRIEFLY II ll NEW LOT .V AL. LACES 1 II


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of Live Oak and Suwannee

County Gathered reporter':7 the Democrat Seasonable Merchandise at Popular Prices



G. )I. Brlhen. of Platt StaUon. washer

this morning. Bobinettc in White, Black, and Cream, for Waists and dresses 65c to $ J.50 per yd.


WANTED' four fire-room White wash Skirts 98c to $1.50. Blue and Brown Linen Skirts, Missis ard Ladies

loose. Apply to Alex. Surasky.
sizes, $1.50 to $3,00. -


sere pat this Barnettof morning. Loravllle, was White Lawn, Linen, and Organdy Draws nicely made and trimmed with best quality

Lace and Embroidery $2.00 to $6.00.

0. X. Harrell and wife of Grover


yen tere today.of Very large line of White Lawns Lace Curtains Large Assortment

i Clayton Pine Grove India Linen .
8 to 3oc
75c in $7.00
settlement. was here today. Persian Lawns J5 a pair.
to SOc '
French Lawns Bed Spreads cut Corners for Iron Beds
g. P. Howland. of Lancaster was 30 to 50c ,

teN todar. Linen Lawns 45 60 and 90c Mosquito Nets, Steel frames 150.


jirVatson.. of, Houston, was here l

trsdlag, today. I h THE LADIES' EMPORIUM' B


-r' Joe Babein-stela-came up to visit I 'PHONE 159. L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETORMr II


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i tie city yesterday. Campbell of Mayo, was here Aside Edwards swiped a pair of .. Next Sunday the Broughton meet-

C. T. Halbrock, of Branford was this morning on his way to the pants from E. A. Burdick Saturday O. H. Lovler the Jeweler was at ings will begin Ip. full blast at the

5 let yejterday.r Jamestown Exposition.DeWitf and in turn Deputy Sheriff Bailey the Park yesterday. Baptist church and quite a numberof

_____ tLe preachers from over the state
swpied Ossie, and he is now in the
O. M. Shear of Dowling Park was and from
i some Georgia will be herein
the B Kidney and Bladder Pills
Brut Mills left for Jamestown toils. ''
i in the city yesterday, visiting friends. attendance. Our people should
Exposition this morning. afford prompt relief for weak kidneys i i I
take advantage every service from
headache and urinary troubles. J. E. Nunn and Mrs. L. Fielding Mrs. C. Y. Byrd returned from
I l first to last. Dr. Broughton Is one of
\ \ Green went to Jacksonville
Jut made trip to the Tiger Lake settle- Richmond
morning. Sold by_City Pharmacy.J. a and Jamestown Exposition the most popular preachers today on
tkl
ment yesterday, and had a delightful:j j esterday. the whole earth, and the wonder of

Williams of the Park. E. Cape, E. T. Young, M. C. drive. We suspect that these drives I wonders is that we were ever able to
Begeae Pike and G. Houston, of Greenville, Mrs. R. A. Pearce, of DeFuniak get him to Live Oak. But for: his
will be continued Sunday.
Sunday In Live Oak. every
spent were visitors to Live Oak yesterday. I was visiting friends in Life Oak yes personal esteem for the pastor of the

terday.Dr. Baptist church we never could have
R. H. Crews, of the Park was here Charley Blackburn has receivedtwo
For new or second hand Electric received his services. If all the people

''jttterday.I Fans see J. C. Lyle. He has the fine musical instruments for the Ruter was called to Mayo :>n will pull together as they should,

most complete stock of Electric Fans Fifth City Brass Band. One is a con- professional business last night and every church in Live Oak ought to
L A. Everett of Jennings was
ever in Live Oak. 25-3t cert horn, and the other a tenor. Theyare returned this morning. be greatly blessed and have many
bee yesterday
up-to-date Insti-umen'ts. the best new members added.
Among the new members of the made. Nat. \ViIlard. of Jacksonville was
: 1 C. Hunter and wife of Mercer
ere yesterday, on a visit to his bro-
band are Peter Lelsez Joe Baisdei, Mrs W. A. Keene left this morning -

eel here yesterday. Ira Grant and Fred Blackburn.Pain ther-in-law. Dr. Barclay.J. for River Junction and upon her
Messrs. Paul Stroude and Alfred
return, we are told she and her hus-
JL N. MeClomma, of Inverness is Perry, who have been holding posi- .
M.Mggs., of Jacksonville arrived -
caused by boils burns scalds band will go to Dowling / Park to
h the dty today. and skin diseases Is promptly relievedby tions in the steam laundry here left Lere from Jacksonville yesterday reside. We had ho;>ed this excellent

DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Monday for Live Oak where they will and is a guest of R. P. Hopkins. family ou'd remain! in Live Oak. and
con'inue in the employ of the laundry -
W. r. HoKhley. of Clearwater. was
Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City still bel'eve they will return.
I hrt yesterday.E. Pharmacy. I there.-Citizen Reporter Lake Mrs. Nat. Marion, of Marion Station -

City. was here this morning, en routeto ladies. I gave just opened a dressmaking :
JL Carver visited the Park yes- Tallahassee where she will remain
Dr. Tromason went to Pinemount room in the ewin building, _
itertiy. The prizes for the prettiest babies until the .
this morning, accompanied by the legislature adjourns.Geo. i and will be glad to serve you. Satf -
at the show to be given tomorow are
trained nurse :Miss Plauden. f.cton: guaranteed. Give me a trial.
s. E. Townsend. of Starke. was on exhibition at Radford's. They are Wolfe Miss Blanche Wolf?, MRS. KIGHT."Uere's .

I j ben today on business. -- beautiful prizes, but we would hate Miss Sue Hemming and Ruth Mc-
of Lake City
Lyman Helvenston, to be one of the judges unless we
Leran took in the sights of the Parkjesterday. to your health and hop-
visit to
here yesterday on a re-
\Yip Corrine Williams Is here was :contemplated taking the five o'clock piness" DeWitt's Little Early Risers

Eo Eton'Mayo on a visit to Dr. Thom- latives. ; train for parts unknown. -famous little pills. Nasty sick

|.N'B family. here I I Curtis Grubb, yesterday, returned headache or biliousness may come on
Mr. Cobb. of McAlpln. was Mrs. J. E. Pound and childrentl -
Annie from where he went Saturday, but n_* any time; the cure Is an Early Riser.
[ t-I. E. nford. of Thomasvile Is yesterday and he and Miss .at is a por!Ion of them-will arrive the puzzle editor is absent we do not I Sold by City Pharmacy d.

4 -.. sow connected with the teleMae Walker drove over to White Springs. here tomorrow fom Perry on their attempt to trace his whereabouts.Live .

/ i company as lineman. way to Kissimmee to visit her daughter -
s Julius Benton colored, was arrested Mrs Gilbert. Miss Ethel Pound Oak will have a professionalvisit

:An yon going to get married! Saturday night for vagrancy by who is known and loved by almost from an eye ear, nose and PRETTY

l,,N ro* going away for the summer! Deputy Sheriff Bailey. 9 every one in Live Oak, is now Mrs. throat specialist on May 29, 30 and

Jt *.*fit going to Jamestown Exposl- Mr. Sheppard and Miss Hallie Gilbert and last week lost her darling 31, by Dr. Underwood, M. D., of Jack- COLD
$, Madre went out to Suwannee b'iIe. aged about one year. The loss sonville.
Tten you need a trunk. Don't
to look over our trunk depart- Springs yesterday.For Feenu to be more than she can bear. INSIDE !
and relatives and friends are goingto Several days ago a negro named
0 PrIces rlpL ,JB, Barton Electric Smoothing Iron Willie Mobley was bit in the bead I
an her relief.Wedding
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H.
L. tf
fr. Campbell manager. call J. C. Lyle. We Install them free *iti a stick by a negro. and last

on trial. 25-3t night; he died from the effects of the II i

_ wounds. This morning the sheriff I II

]Ror Sale summoned a coroner's Jury and they
. .
I; T. C. Allen of Dowling Park pass- .rr. went out three miles to hold an in

ed through here Saturday, and a cer- quest. A verdict has not been received I =

tain young lady in town dropped a i up to the hour of our goingto ,I

: silent tear press.
pm AND UNIMPROVED

.,& 1 1f Presents :Notice to Teachers. i I -
_ Miss Esther Haile, of Lake City
I Live Oak. Fla.. May 9, 1907.
: of the sweetest girls of that city. !
one
t'yReal Estate is here oa a visit to her cousin. Mrs.C. FOR THE regular Notice Uniform is hereby Examination given that the for I

E. Halle. JUNE BRIDES teachers will take place at the Suwannee -
:ts.. you may imagine. Jut the contents -
High School building on Tuesday
Mrs. J. D. Radford Mrs. Geo. But- : are none the less attractive as
June 4, A. D. 1907 All who expectto
Farms Etc ler and Miss Barnette who have been I take this examination will be on the climax: to a luncheon, dinner or

spending; last week at Dowling Park, I Or those who choose o'clock with sut>per. Ice Cream scorns to enjoy an
hand at 8 a. m. pen
Jsbe1i ; returned borne yesterday.FOR the month of May. Just > iI niversal popularity with young and
I look in at our exquisite paper legal cap, ink, and certificate I
Broochesand old of both sexes. Hot to hate itg'od
Diamond Pins, of recommendation and the usual
1j"f" &r .. S.LE.Iy residence in tt-e' I Rings. Watches, examination fee of one dollar. it must also be perfectly pureand
horse. ,, Etc. Everything wholesome. Then it i
Bracelets. ? really
buggy a
also good i
city one Our Respectfully J. E. WOOD, Surt.
YOUR :3-d6t! I in Jewelry. ; hvulthy and nourishing dish and maybe
.gI '" S. Hodge. I customers are always Hon. T. A. Jennings of Pensacola .
ihirtjiken of InelY.. have
PROPERTY I pleased.RADFORD. Is In t'e city today Mr. Jenningsis .i a
p.lt t! goodly variety of flavors, and te
went to prominently spoken of for governorof
WITH. Deputy Sheriff Bailey guarantee every Ingredient in everyounce
captured a 1 I II I Florida, and will no doubt make
Quincy yesterday and I r : of it to be perfectly pure and
US.REALTYdGO.
Harrell the race. He is well and favorably
Robert
white man named cleanly made.FLORIDA.
known In this section and will rt-
wanted for the" larceny of a pistol.F. I i|
I ,; i ceive a hearty support here as wellas

all over the state. He has a clean BOOK

: L. Rutland, tax collector of : I The Jeweler record. is capable In every respect.

Sumter county was here yesterday. I and will have a large and Influential
flA.
his LIVE OAK AND NEWS CO.f.n
and on I
en route to Tallahassee 1 following. .

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ORDa.%'tCJ; 3fo.- S&-- side of Ohio avenp O directly opposite 1 Ito I Special Tax School District at the ,r T FLORIDA RAILWAYCOKNECIS

Aa Ordinance to amend Sections the northern boanadry of Wilbur I' usual voting place on i SC.SEDtTi -

t .i and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the street as it now stands running at I; Tuesday JOE llth A. D. 190':. 'I WITH ALL TRAINS OX 8. A. I*.XT. Al A. Co t.. n:. -.
? right angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 ;| '{
City of Ur Oak. Florida. being an [ to elect three trustees to serve for I .. carnuJ.suet _
Ordinance entitled! "An ordinance to feet to White street In White's Addition -!i the succeeding two years and to de- assnQowe.
in said City of Live Oak. Floj j
the number of I! -
proLiMt the running at large on termine the maximum So.II' Y
.nets of tie City of Lire Oak. of Ida. excepting therefrom three feet I to be lev-
mills of district school tax aad -
across the northern side of the : .nATIONS.
and and
tores. zanies Logs goats,
to provide for tie Impounding and Parshley family burial grounds, lied for each of said years. I' ::JaadaT. lMi .
disposing of the same.** passed which is included in said descriptionand I T- McIntosh, G. F. Gamble and '
September 30th. 1903 and approved within the iron fence Inclosing C. S. LeFever are appointed Inspectors -

October <:h. 1903. said burial grounds. I and L. M. Ballentine. clerk. m'L* Lis n...-.>-.....
f II) a m 110.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Section II. That condemnation I Done by order of Board of Public aT
City Council of the CIty of Lire Oak I proceedings shall be instituted in the Instruction of Suwannee County Fla. lilt. m 'U p s -_ ss is
# name of the City of Live Oak. in accordance s _..
Florida Section; la. That Section 1. See-t with the provisions: of the i J. r:. WOOD E. R. WISE.Sec'y 80& a s J 51 plII.LY''LY Lo i tf a""
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t tloa 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance I Statutes in such case made and provided I and Supt. Chairman. 8 1. a I S& .a' 2.4 i -
for the purpose of carrying aaafLv., Jt1r. -
No. 1C of the City of Lire Oak.
I out the provisions of Section 1 of i Notice Of Special Tax: School Election s so a m << M. 3A is sAr
entitled
t Florida being an ordinance .
this Ordinance. O'Brien District No. 3.In" r Wiz art ..L_
a -An ordinance to prohibit the run- l40a saL< lIP K a
the of tte Section III. That this ordinance 467S :f Sea Lv _.-
Biag at large on streets accordance with Chapter 4a
City of Lire Oak. of horses. males, shall take effect upon its passage bow and the school laws of Florida. an I 10 a d Ar ...r..Tvif.9 .-__
I hogs and goats, and to provide for the Council and approved by the election will be held at O'Brien Spec 30. LY -Lara 43 __

the impounding and disposing of the Mayor or noon its becoming an ial Tax School District, at the usual I Az WiImaxh.__.._
ordinance without tie approval of th4 I iIt a m ..
:L sameapproved October 6. 1903. be place on 1.1... .r..w1060a
; and the same are hereby amended so Mayor. { hits
I Introduced by Alderman F. Ion Tue'Sday.June llth. A. D. 190':. Y B w___
to read follows
as a : i9 10 a m 424p-
9
I Robertson, and passed by City 23 io a
"Section 1. Horses mules. hogs to serve for 1
to elect three trustees -NCII'WOIIII-
430 ''LY ----
and stall Council In regular session assembledon to de-I tom: s e ss s 4t:
I goat not be allowed to run the succeeding t..oears., and I
this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907 'KuO"
at large upon any of the streets alleys termine the maximum number of 1.3s m. 4 40 .s AT "' '- -
lanes or unenclosed property of CHAS. H. BROWN. mills of district school tax to be levied u .v a o- .---. zsAt

# tie City of Live Oak. and that cows President City Council. for each of said years. _Altee 'J r
shall not be allowed to run at large Attest: andT. "Ha. Jt.11Ga... .
Flemming io ""
S. P. 11A YS. City Clerk.I. J. W. Barnes. J. H. .u a m u
of the lanes
upon any streets. or S. P. Mays.' City Clerk of the C Williams are appointed Inspectors tits aID AI.I .... I,
public highways of the said City ort
and Rufns Griffin clerk. -- v. ':"i'U
Cites of ire Cak Florida do hereby : =---L y--.
other unenclosed premises within of Public 1. a C 4Z D a. 15151. !
Board -I
certv tra* tie above and foregoing Done by order of -t .
i- the in said c.
following boundary City P..b-
cf t ire Oak. Florida, to-wit: O Ordinance. 5; was regularly passed Instruction: of Suwannee County. Fla. U2:0: a sf I 4 "pm t" 1.. f al I ij a-I

where Irvin by the City Council on the 8th day J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE.Sc.y I y--'._" .jU
Beginnig at a point U II a m << IZ .- :P..L'l. uSa .j
of ApriL A. D. 1907. and the same
1 and First streets intersects and run- and Supt. Chairman. Y
south where Irvin Is I-ereb" certified to the Mayor for IS. i Os u 'Kau (;
-1 ting to and Car- ,1Lv ,
his approval. Notice Cf Special Tax School Election cbaria"- "
toll --
; streets intersect thense east to a m rn P m U I Of ati6 .
Houston street thence south along Witness my hand and seal of said Houston District No. S. ', X ____ :'.Ii
Houston Cit.. tbis Sth day of April. A. D a m s Z'l .m'LV ;.; !Sts
street to John street thence In accordance with Chapter 467S KIt
t east on John street to Church street. 1907.Seal 135.LY-reo a .cal__..
and the school laws of Florida an a t g s
hence south on Church street to corporation ) S. P. MAYS. election will be held In Houston Special .Ly. .-r _.__. I'
Clerk. Z Ca..m ...
City
line thence east on corporation Tax School District at the usual U 4).
Examined and approved by me -Peft7__ _..
.AI.
line to White street thence U34 ti 50 v m .a..
north on White street to Howard this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907M. voting place on I ; .r.. ..

street thence east on Howard streetto E. BROOME. Mayor Tuesday June 11th. A. D. 190.
( ) Tefecn**or Telethon Static"tO FUr Sutno. to Sfgiftte.T. W 1.enI.
+ a point opposite, Georgia avenue to elect three trustees to serve for P. 0sam.
StadGa
thence north to and along Georgia tbe succeeding two years and to determine TnraaJujrd
Genera
ORDINANCE NO 58. a Agent. -
avenue to the northeast corner of the maximum number o!

Bryson street and Georgia avenue An Ordinance amending Section mills of district school tax to be lev-. -
thence due north along section line Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11. being fed for each of said years.

i to a point opposite Fifth street entitled "An ordinance fixing the J. H. Long. S. \t:. Kennedy and J.
thence west to and along Fifth street salary to be received by the officer M. Knight are appointed inspectorsand TO THE JAMESTOWN
I to Atlantic Coast Line railroad. of the City of Live Oak. Florida." ap- Epstein Oliff. clerk.

I thence southwest across Atlantic proved October 6, 1903. Don by order of Board of Public
Coast Line railroad to First street. Be It Ordered by the Mayor and Instruction of Suwannee County Fla.
thence west along First street to City Council of tbe City of Live Oak. EXPOSITION_
point of beginning." Florida: J. E WOOD. E. R- WISE.

"Section II. It shall .be the duty Section 1. That Section Three (3) Sec'y and Sapt. Chairman.

of the City Marshal or any deputy of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of" PETITION. VIA

Marshal or policeman of the said Live Oak. Florida being an ordin-
City to take possession of and place Live Oak. FUu. Mar 7. 1907.
In a pound to be provided for that ance entitled "An ordinance fixing Notice is hereby given that we.
the to be received bv the The Atlantic Coast Line
purpose any horse mule hog or goat I salary officers the undersigned tax payers and Railway
found by him or them running at of the City of Live Ook. Flor- i citizens of the territory to be known
"
large upon any of the streets alleys. ida. approved October 6, 1903. be as the Rixford Special Tax School
I' People all Florida the Atlantic Coast la
over see
highways or other unenclosed property and the same is hereby amended so district will present to the Board of ,

within said City aad likewise I as to read as follows: Public Instruction first Tuesday in "
Folder" for
I urple schedules to the Jamestown E1csk
(Section S.) The City Marshal
I take possession of and place in said June petition requestion that a

pound any cow found by him or them shall receive a salary of sixty-five 'I special election be called for the pur- Two daily trains each with through PuBrma l fefe
running at large on any of the streets Dollars per month as City Marshal: pose of establishing Special Tax way
alleys lanes public highways or and the sum of Ten Dollars per School district as >et up in the fol-
other unenclosed property of said month as Sanitary Inspector of the; lowing petition desiring to become a sleeping cars. .

City of 1-JTe Oak within the bound- City of Live Oak. Florida. Special Tax School district for the Season .
and
fifteen Ti
sixty day day limit
Section II. exctasocs.
That this
aries prescribed in Section I hereof." Ordinanceto purpose of levying and collecting a ,
"Section VII. For and take effect immediately upon its I district school tax for the
-catching exclusive kets Bale
on daily from April 16th to Nov. 30th at 1cvt&
impounding stock under this ordinance passage. and approval by the Mayor. use of the public free schools with- ,

the City Marshal shall be entitled Passed by the City Council this in the district and of which said district Coach
t to the following fees namely: 22nd day of April. A. D. 1907. the boundaries are herein setout excursions at very low rates.

For catching and impounding horses CHAS. H. BROWN towit
: Commencing at the
mules and cows fifty cents per head. I Attest: Pres. City Council.S. southwest corner of Section 11,Town- For further imformation see your neirest r2

goats thirty cents per head hogs one P. MAYS, City Clerk.I ship 2. south of Range 13 east rune -

dollar per head. For feeding and S. P. Mays. City Clerk of th ning from thence north one-half mile road agent or write FRANK C. BOYLST (

taking care of such stock while in City of Live Oak Florida do hereby to section line; thence west one mile

I pound for horses mules and cows he certify that the above and fore- to section line; thence north one-half District Passenger Atlantic Coast IS
shall receive forty cents' per day per going Ordinance No. f 8 was regularly mile to section line; thence west one Agent,
head each for hogs or goats ten centsoer passed by the City Council on the mile to southwest corner of Section

day per head each; for advertising 22nd day of April, 1907 and the 4; thence north three miles to northwest Jacksonville, Florida.
and selling such animals he shall same Is hereby certified to the i corner of Section 28. Township
f receive the sum of fifty cents for Mavor for his approval. t 1, south of Range 13 east; thence

horses mules or'cows per head and Witness my hand and seal of said east one mile to section line; thence
for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- north
along section line to Suwannee
. five cents bead each. The word"hog" City. this April !!. 1907. i ii 11 mi IIIIIIIIMM"**'
per river; thence eastward along the n ii mi 11 ii u ;
1 under this (Seal) S. P. MV5TS.
ordinance shall be Suwannee river to section line be-
taken to Include "pigs.** City Clerk. tween Sections 21
and 22,
Section Ha. That this Ordinance Examined and approved by me this 1, south of Range 14 east Township; thence
stall take 23rd day of April. 1967. I SEABOARD
effect immediately upon south to township line; thence west
Its passage by the Council and approval M. i!: BROOMS Mayor. Ion township line one-half mile;

by the Mayor as to mules (>nce south one mile to section line;
horses goats and hogs, but shall not Notice Of Special Tax School Election thence west one-half mile to section

t' go into effect as to cows until 60 days Midway District No. \t. line; thence south one mile; thence Airline
from its passage by the City Council. west one-half mile; thence couth one- i Railway.
In accordance with
it Passed by City Council in regular Chapter 4678 half mile; thence west one mile and
session this 8th day of April. A. D. and the school laws of Florida an one-half to range line between
1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, election will be held in Midway Spec Ranges 13 and 14 Savannah
thence pmes
;
President City Council. ial Tax School District at the usual along range line one-half north I Columbia, Camden, Southern
mile
Attest: voting place on thence ; Raleigh Richmond Baltimore
west two miles to south- Washington,
S. P. MAYS City Clerk. TurMlaj June llth .\. D. 190':. west corner of Section 11, Town- Philadelphia and New York.

1. S. P. Mays' City Clerk of the to elect three trustees to serve for ship two south of Range 13 east to i
_
City of Live Oak Florida do hereby the succeeding two years and to determine point of beginning:
certUv that the above and foregoing the maximum number of E. R. Wise. J. W. Mikell. J. S.

Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- mills of district school tax to be levied Mikell. T. A. Mikell. A.L.. Win- TWO
ed by the City Council on the-8th day for each of said years. burn.P. H.F. C. Murphy J. M. Williams I ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS\ QftlLYI f

of April A. D. 19u, and the same G. H. Dorman. J. A. DeBerry and Lewis. P. S. Mikell A. M.
is hereby certified to the Mayor for J. V. Brown are appointed inspectors Lewis J. F. Howell C. A. Johnson

his approvaL and ". J:. Horn. clerk. C. H. Brinson. J. L. Haddock J. T. Seaboard Seaboard Mai j
Witness my hand and seal of said Done by order of Board of Public 111 kit>s. J. O. Oliver O. C. Allison"R. : : Express

Cit). this 8th day of April. A. D. Instruction of Suwannee County. Fla. J. Allen. J. H. Barnett J. T* I
Ward. W. R. Driver G. W. Alison
1907.Seal J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE.
) S. P.-MAYS Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. R. W. Allison. J. M. Pinglan J. P.'

City Clerk. Doliymple. J. C. Skeen.1nIlXISTR.TRL, Modern : Pullman : Equipment
Examined and approved by me ::

this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. Notice Of Special Tax School Election \ NOTICE. + ----

M. E. BROOME. Mayor. Branford District No. -1. Sixty days after the first publica : '

In accordance with Chapter 467Sand tion of this notice I will present my The Lute
Jamestown
ORDINANCE XO. a':. accounts and vouchers ; | Exposition :
the school laws of Florida, an to the County
An Ordinance providing for the electonlU be held in Branford Judge of Suwannee County Florida i

establishing, opening end extendingof S-v>cal Tax School District at the at the Court House of said :f: NORFOLK, v.1%.

Wilbur street In the City of Live usual voting place on to be County
allowed
Oak. Florida from the east side of as my anual settle : Excursion DailY
i | Tickets S,18 ;
Ohio avenue eastward to White I Tuesday June 11 th. A. D. 190':. ments. :: on ;

street 1m White's Addition to said to elect three trustees to serve for FLORENCE G. MILLS formerly

City ten hundred and thirty-two tbe succeeding two years and to determine Florence G. Brinson. For fall information and caD 6nI 1
11032) feet said street to be fifty the maximum number of of Estate of Administratrix I I Of Seaboard. or write. Sleeper reservations
(SO) feet In width. mills of district school tax to be levied I Horace Brinson. n6-2m

Be It Ordained by the Mayor and for each of said years. -UI.1U. I s. C. EOYLSToN. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass. A ent. s'IIICfMrs. ; t:
City Council of the City of Live Oak. W. G. V rnon. E. D. Blanchardnd TR.\rnL NOTICE H- II:

Florida: R. A. hey are appointed inspectors Six months after the first publica ...
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Section 1. That Wilbur street ia and N. H. Green, clerk. tion of this notice I will _- -
present -'
the City of Live Oak. Florida as it Done by order of Board of Public accounts and vouchers my -- s. Joyce -- --- d #
to the 180
cow stands be opened extended and Instruction' of Suwannee County. Fla.J. Judge of County Claremount Sullivan St. G. W. Cloyd. a me" ,

established from the eastern side of E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. Suwannee County. Florida N. H.. writes"About Yo..'had a narrow 4 C '

Ohio. avenue in said City fifty feet Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. at the Court House of said County a year ago I bought two bottles of 1 I when be ran a jls! this

in .width at right angles with said to be allowed: and ask to be dIs-. Foley's Kidney Cure.. It cured me of ago thumb. He saYS "f'v.tf

Ohio avenue eastward to White streetIn Notice Of Special Tax School Election charged from further administration a severe ease of It tG
\\ hites Addilton to the said City of said Kidney trouble of J wanted to amputate rift
Liuraville District No 10. estate.FLORENCE. several years
o* Live Carr. the northern boundaryof I standing. It certainly not consent. Ilen's bOughtI5)CI p

which said extension shall be alice In accordance with Chapter 4678 G, _- ILLS formerly Is a grand- gOOd medicine ij I Ua t 1 s9
drawn at right angles with Ohio *nd the school laws of Florida an Florence G. BrLns n. Administratrix I heartily and I Arnica ;sjaire: If.GrooTer.

avenue from a point on the eastern election will be held in Luraville of Estate of Horace Brinson. nl6- m macy. reeomend It." City Phar-I! dangerous wound. 2

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LIVE OAK: DAIMT DEMOCRAT. MONDAY;'MAY-ST. '1001. -:-

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t.t Getting Mother Into Trouble.A When your tooa u.. not been properiy -!

tf. little girl held a minor up before digested the entire 'system br r'Live Oak M'f'g. Co. (UNION & OS.

a rUltors face and asked "Do you Impaired In the same proportion. ,

tee yourself In it?" Tour stomach needs help. Kodol For

t t "Yes. my darling.** Indigestion and Dypepsia not only Manufacturers of

Are you quite sure?" digests what you eat, U tones the Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Light
"Yes; why hould I not?" stomach and adds strength to the ,

"Because I beard mamma Bay. the whole body. Makes rich, pure blood. Power and
Turpentine.
otter day. that If you ever peeped Into Kodol conforms to the National Pure Wholesale and Retail -

a looking-glass you'd smash It allUnto Food and Drug Law. Sold by City Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for R !deru.-.

tiny little bits!"-Chicago Dally Pharmacy. d. : or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power-

.. JournaL :I day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. Dealers in Flori1
Tomatoes are being In
shipped Wholesale and retail Ice- of City orders have specul atten
out
f -Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup la bear mall lots from Lotus, and prices are I -j
i i for women and children. Its mila fair, so far, although they have matured i tion. and all orders promptb filled. da and WesternMEATS

action and pleasant taste makes It with almost -no rain. The I We will give you'gooi: prices on low grade ceiling and ;:

1 preferable to violent purgatives such quality Is very good.Wonderful I flooring. Come and get our prices.

r f as piH*. tablets, etc. Get the booklet .1
of Orlno at City Phaimaey

i!: and a, sample d-w.. "Our" little boy Eczema had eczema Core.for five I Ilears. Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

.... writes N. A. Adams HenrletPa 1
[ Sure Sign. tat "Two of our home doctors Phone 24. 1
t w..k-I don't know what's come said the case was hopeless his lungs I Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907. ''f

l over Penner. When I told him about being affected. We then employed i WBS1'-: ..,UMD EA.ft IMM7NIt1ST. 1

sy salary being raised to $15 and other doctors but no benefit resulted. : .CLASS 10.. CLA5S f l8T.CLASS ZNDCLASII Promdt deliveries
$20 he patted me on the .... _.... ... .... -'-'' aDd .
By chance I
again to we read about Electric P.... ..er. Pua. Pau. IJft' Pau.No.1. .
; but yesterday when I told him Bitters; bought a bottle and I in the
tack; soon No.'" No.S. No.Z. ..'" I No. 12 I No.SaodQ anywhere: i
I tad been raised to $30. he didn'teeem ntlced Improvement. We continued : Dai17 .x. Dail7 Sanda7' Sa adaTDaily, ..x.Dai17. .
delighted.VUe this medicine 0al7 SaDd&7. 0nl7 I I
BO until several bottles i .
That simply means that were used A.K. P. K. P. M. ,r P. IrL P. M. A.. K.. i A. IrL City. }
when
i .
our boy was .
completely X-". X-". X-... I Arri.. Amy. Ani". ArriY.
penner's salary Is about $25.-Philadelphia cured." Best of all blood i 8 I 20 I .0 ..._.__Liy.Oak.-___. 4 W Wi 10 001 10 15
1 2 18 I ..........._._ S 41 6 t ", 10 1.
Press.A medicines and body building health a Z2 122 I fYT .........._.._..__ Starr.1 I t3 t "I 1: 04 -
tonics. Guaranteed : 2! 2 2r> a 1 ......_._.........._ S 4 I 6 t 1 00 -
at Barclay 8 S4 I U II 11 ......__........._. Lancuter__.' a il S 28j 4t .
little Kodol tawes occasionaly Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w I ; : :g :'t: : :1--......DowI D" Park_.!....... 6 ZI'L"' :;
L" S %5 t 20 L" t 25a
Ii ... Dowlina' Park .... Ly 6 The Great fleadacHe Cure.BromoPepsin ,
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l1I'Ar ,
after eating Mil relieve i 411 4 4061 -- M S It t U Ar 14 .
: especially _......._.....__CUDCQ'
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Around i1 10' .._ : _. 1St fYTl
soar stomach belching and heart Summerfield the prospects : I & "1&DCtioD a 6 = t 06

burn. J. B. Jones, of Newport, Teno.. are excellent for an early.and good I 80 s 5 % _..._Da7___ a Q6. i ooLy''Ar, t 856j 8 too to i

three bottles of Kodol cured him cantaloupe crop. Oi,, 5 01'--.._..............:.110.._..__ s .. :":J 8 8:3

of says dyspepsia. It Is sold here by City >tie> : 6 5 i. 4 6 001 401.Tow-.od.-...-, ....._...-SlDlth -....-.-.. i 56 : 1 8: ;:. ; r.13 "Note the Word Pepsin."
.* 38 6 6 _..._....___FeraholJow&7 I 24 181 IS' 'l
Pbaxmaej CONFEDERATE VETERAN RE- 965, 5 .._- ...._.,....... _-..-._-..h.--_. I 1 ... 4 IS 'l 40 r I 1 p C C Headache Indigestion "J4
.. ._:._ _..__ L. S 5S.L" 'l II L. T 1$
Arll 0$Ar 6 6. HamptoD SPMn8L ... .. ..... .. .. ..
UNION.Richmond. I P. 20tAF. K.. --- -I I A.- UUlYLO tooaai. Nenousaess
The present legislature will go4owa ._ .
la history as--.. Yon can On the Spot.Ko j
'1..1.0.SD ALTON BKA>CH.
finish the sentence for yourself, but Va. Opiates. Atsolnteij Harmless!
i thankful that It is "going
we art all WEST BOUND- EAST BOUNDs All ... ,
10 tit SO
DngguU j
Bills have been tn- _
I 40WL" i The Seaboard Air Line Railway '" Frt.'" PUM. tPaueo : Frt. to
In the legislature looking "
trodoced announces low excursion rates from _! J. t /fer Pua. -
of almost everything The city i Pharmacy ;
i
the protection all Florida points made one cent per No.T. I No.t. t Na.lL I No.13. No. 'No.:0. No.1"! No.Ii. ..
It'. a forlorn Dail7 IMil7 Sanda7 hnda7 ail7 Dail7 uodQSandQ.X.Sun. .
uctPt'the poor taxpayer. mile to Richmond Va.. and return .I' 0nl7 ..x.Saa'.LSulL, 0nl7A. Live C) K.. FLA. ,
hope If he expects It. account of the Re-Union. Tickets on 4
.. IrL P. M. A. K. P. K. A. P. M. A. M. P. K.Lea" 4123trwivi.H. .
Host of the time of the legislature toward sale May 26, 27. %8. 29 and 30th. Lea". Lea". L.a". Arrive Arri.... Arri_ AlT Ye
the 06 .& .ao i 30 ._...__..uKaJroJanetioD'l 3 eo 8 2 a;
the "shank" end of season The Seaboard operates double daily t 22 4 $6 i 43 ......._.........__.C1ark_._._.._.. T I 2 t3 8 42, 2 2% 4
is taken op In killing the fool bills I'service from Tampa, Jacksonville ; :,. 6.:. : I : : :::::::::::::::::: =:=: ii1. = ::i iArlO = J. MOHBIS
ttat vere poured into the hopper In and other Florida points. Extra 06IAr 5 toIArU 25 1 .....................AJtDI1 ...._._..._,IL. 'l OOiL" 2 lOlL. 81..1..1 5Q :
Contractor and Builder :1
Times-
tie beginning. Bronson
through Pullman sleepers and day .
s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and
Democrat. coaches have been arranged so all from Lave Oak and, Perry. For further information as to connections with otht-r : Apply for plans, estimates '
may be made comfortable.In lines call on any ticket agent. Trains makes connection at Live Oak with all and specifications.
DeWltt's Carbollxed Witch HazelS order to allow their patrons to Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains. I ?

1Te does not merely heal on the surface visit the Jamestown Exposition the J. LEE ENSIGN, President. R. P. HOPKINS, Tram Manager. Office on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing. jI
S. T. G RI XSHA" I
Superintendent.ANALYZED
the and I
; U penetrates pores Seaboard will honor return portion ;<
relieves pain caused by Richmond tickets from Portsmonth. -
of
promptly 1
I II IM. i M I I J.I ++*
tells, barns, scalds, cuts and skin The total round trip rates
diseases. It" especially good for from some of the Important points in DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR ;i; .

pOea. Beware of Imitations. Sold by I Florida, are as follows. -1
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:. City Pharmacy. d* ,Jacksonville. ,. . . .$1375 I VETERINARY. ,

'So I Lake City . . .. . 13.75 Solicits patronage-Office i J{

Tfcert art a number of editors who Live Oak. . . . . 13.75 :J at residence your-Phone (3 rings) USU.tIlItIlJlJIIIIIIIIJlIIU

are serving terms In the legislature, Madison . . .4. . 1400Montlcello <:

aid hi some cases their papers have . .4. . 4 1465 ,

been so greatly Improved by their able Tallahassee . . .. . 15.5 ...- jChamb2rain's

that It seems that a mistake Gainesville 4. . .. .. . 1515

vat nude in not sending the office Ocala . . :. . 1575 ) 1 1Colic

!C Mr to legislature and having the Leesburg . .4. . . 1655;
News4Qdaey Tavares . .14... . . 1 G.1 0
editor stay at home.-Lakeland Apopka . . ... . 16.70 All over the U. S. and in foreign countries the remarkable .. Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy ;
popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the
. . . . 1670
Orlando tioD and ba__caas the eritieism of Health and Pure Food has need
complaint kills more people . ., 1705 tia. A.a dlRCt eonseqaeDCe Coca-Cola baa beea eareful, atteDm Almost every family j
tfcaa other disease. This Is duet Dade City u. u. of a reliable remedy for colic or
j, aay Plant City . .4. ... . 17.55 : = := 'i: I
*Jkt disease being so Insidious that findings is tbat THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN COCA-COLA .. (: Tampa . . ... . 17.55 ANY blOKE HA.RMFUL THAN 18 FOUND IN TEA 0&COREE." 1
H It tsa good hold on the system bo- year.
''I ten it U recognised. Foley's Kidy Manatee . . ... . 1850 'JaCkSoDvllle Coca-Cola Bottling Co.rSicK .. Jacksoullle, FIL This rroi-dy is recommended ,

il Cure the develop- Palmetto . . . . 1850Bradentown I by dealer vho have sold it for
will
prevent . . . 1850 And k:x>w its value. 1
In time. many years
-ant of fatal dUeasa If taken
II .RtyPtarmacy, d-w Sarasota . . . . 18-70 --------- I It has ict.-ned thousands cf !
'
testimonial from grateful people.
I? While these rates are announced .
It has bfo prescribed by phy- .,
I Iii H. a. Scott of Homestead, shipped for the Confederate Veterans they t I tiaans. v\uh; t e most satisfactory -

,, *w too crates of tomatoes from one open to the public. I results.

'*n of Everglade land, most of them The Seaboard have IssueJ a very I It has ofira saved life before -''

I;.Wij fancy and for which he received attractive and expensive folder devoted medicne could have been sent for -4

1 .U. to JZ crate. entirely to this occasion. Cop or a physonn: summoned.

: \ ies of this folder and other information L. ody ccsts a quarter. Can 1-

*T W. f Wernlck. a peach grower of can be obtained on application you aHord to risk so much for so

I If' 'toiler made his first shipment of to any Seaboard agent or to !i .: BLIY IT NOW 1

- i Men peaches of the season last S. C. 1IO\LSTO; Jr. ......- '

|It f t He says the fruit in his sec- Assistant General Passenger Agent j.
t. ..
U finer than It has.ever been. Jacksonville, FL Livers -
I > KILL THE COUCH
1>f"I GUARDIAN' XT ("E.

ti1 !\( w>en year back aches it is almost Notice Is hereby giv-n that AND CURE THS LUNCS

II wariably an indication that some- sixty dajs after the first publication
\**'c U wrong with your kidneys. of this notice. I. as guardian of, and A PURELY VEGETABLE J. ,
- We ak, diseased kidneys frequently. for the estate of Haffie Louise Stripling COMPOUND WITH Ur. ETIg S
annual .
minor, *ill make my
!'III a break down of the entire sys- t
said Guardlansnip. -
** DeWltt's Kidney' and Bladder report and vouchers Honorable of J. N. Con CONSTIPATION OYSPEP- New Qises&ery
the
and
to CURES SIA, MALARIA.CHILLS
i afford his office in the QUICKLY
prompt relief weak kidm nor. County Judge; at ALL uvEK COMPLAINTS.A .
*-ckache. Inflammation of the city of Live Oak Florida, and *ill at GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced byTOkPIO FOR COUCHS o! coo.
rtt'I ,tSt41 and all urinary troubles. said time ask for a final discharge LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- T I BoUIe free

""P1 t *T City Pharmacy. d* from said S J. N. !SPTRIPL1NG, I Cl4,..d today may ta.. .ou a wk spell tomorrow. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.

"' Guardian for HaSie louise Stripling QUAKANTEED SATISFACTORYOB : 1
I 8011\8 Pines will be shipped from ) CURED or CHILLS AffD FEVER AFTIB mONEY KEFTJNDEIX

} a this week. A good crop Is I NOTICE. ALL OTHER MEDICINES 1 AILED

- notwithstanding the freezer Notice .s hereby given that the Mrs W. A. Whrtewell Emory Tex.,
4roath. administrator of the I writes: "My child had chills and fever
as
undersigned i
kinds of F
A Adams deceased, will for four years. We tried all WORTH
of J.
Estate I medicines, and finally an acqaaintanceof
}
eeaeral the first day of July recoiiHnended Herbine. *"> ""-
111of opinion now is ttat on Monday mine iJ iJSold
<- <*aiafi orange crop will be much 1907 present his vouchers, receipts three botUrs. and the child is now completely y oR6ANsf.
permission
r' tUtt the preceding one be and report of and for the Estate of t cured.this Yon testimonial have my as I cheer direct from factory at factory price.

I. k( Use long continued drougthfefv J. A Adams deceased and thereupon" II to full publish* recommend Herbine to all mothers Stud for free Catalog. Mention this paper.WILUAHS .11
|
", -- "-'- apply for his final discharge as b.-inij children afflicted as mine," 01CAH.HAXO CO.CBIC4C

J TT6'8ectl n around Cottage Hill administrator of the said estate I U5GE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GETCWSILURO

-bl 1i r01J wm be yef7 Ug t. d"eea'Yf J. H. WETHER1NGTON. I SHOW LINIMENT CO.I CDlCATIONIUi .
,\ Administrator !
" storm last September. 2-l-6m U. S A.K0fiPQP .
LOUIS.
ST. .. .
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lVl Rockdale, I w e.on- j.
of "' _
Prttchett & Willard.
(0 has 20 acres int Brown I ....... _.. ... .
SO.OuO crates of BY ...... & .1. d.& a. :
ell ,- .,Candler and commenced bave marketed over SOLD AND RECOMMENDED i J,
I,fU first this season. 1
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;\ church builder by profession would
r'ersnoals and Locals

seem.Last night he spoke on the Great '

Jest received shipment, of Elec- Richmond Convention** declaring POPULAR-SUMMER :";

:. treat Heated Coffee Percolators that It was'the largest, most. entho. A'

:: Chains Dishes, and Tea Pots Callazd lastfc and far-reaching reSgiow ,
a .
see them... It U a pleasure to gaherins* since Pentieost There -

s stow tbena. J. CL Lyle Phone 85. were 7.000 in attendance and the l t. ,,' keeping Business Practice, Stenogra phy .Typewriting, TelTraining -

misfonary spirit went beyond a& jcevioua will be conducted at the '

}-:. Tie Coast Line changed schedule bounJs. Two layers. gat* Q "

: tkis coming. and the south bound $5C.OH to foreign missteps at QIN :. --.,

; irsin now arrive here at lOU instead service of the eonveatfwa. Mt:. RI --

f l 11:93 as heretofore. I II Icy declared that the day e(
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I gfTg to tee whet .. -- '

Veterans Kennedy and Skelton left i ngelzt oa tad se.-et!' cseae.. lh ,

(.. ttii morning to attend the Vetera.u'.I.eU dessd wits a pica :. t.:s**MS3a iMi

OJl at Richmaod. Va. The to saMpert a aissesanr tfe* are

t t. wul be gone twelve days. Hope thEY: -S3.' Setd donas tfce rwatirg y *r. j jAt I

will have a pleasant time and return! '

safe. They say ttey will write
trip for the Democrat when they; fl T-r t-PIS a hid'

f readers and especiaay! ..
return and our aee ill. !eer "e ..

F the veteran will get the taR account; Ms* z. few bcIs g Ui! aams tt* s *vfr --

. t. form the delegates of Comp J.ts"-i ii of s+o>l tiia's tfcsi was kr at&e

i"JLn:gaa. No. 1514.f metes of tit* A, 1l.cGcd. .

of tics cite y Knixr* *y a I' ..
I
I\ Two buggies colided on Ohioareaae c T".si t of co* tIC: tfre asteof -.h s. Practical and intensely interesting courses of '
;: rear the railroad crossing yestentay- Lice Csii. fcx ** 9 r ax of Se4t:.r For Short, study for gaer _

i' One of the vehicles was occapied fcy. OatSZ. ?aser ef tt t Y I i I vork. we have the best Special class in Penmanship by the m -.t::

e'- a ycoEg man and -the otter by twoyoung ; -eaF c* rc&He roT ti+2 &.1t..1 Scholarships: $40-00, S5O.OO, ST5.00 and $90.O.. .

men. In passi2 g the wieess t is 2 ::-=* :l* tie sjujc. *f God aJh;I!

... locked and they remained tog iier wafs. tam):s ems daroc k &e JCSK i iJoU.
it.ui Howard street -was !.. e I SOUTHERN BUSINESS GOLLEC&'
s .'" sO zte ne"s es la'Jd e I I ]
; Lot; carriages: were wrecked'. a.N w e i$ has serava of tkeyrere 'mat q ee gsa

; -.e am-aote c: tie t,enes sz; f ,
h. to which was tat rip: Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.
.
it =
that a..erwar.
I severely injxred !G.3 m serve, was seaplf Ire. life I

F .ad to be kffied. s:g -s was ebaiee aW ao 1.WS OAK .-. FLORIDA :..

sus sa:+3 Nt aut: cIk tend sot saw' < .

: Mr. J. P. Pimps' who 1&3 bough U> a higher stadaj\l. We cer- 1! / L. M. HATTON, G S. STEPHENS, -

t Mr. Pardee's interest la t .etere. Ja1BdT tzmIF; wed his ser= a, and we:! President and Proprietor Pricapa}'

; :: has consolidated the boscaesswith : treat that the rvtae yrovideace will i c .
ttat of the laundry at Lire Oak =
: scrdireet hfca that he will eontiave: Got I
and will his famOy to that place
move teal kiw9y of ss, and can agaia. in I
,. in the near future. Mr. Pki fps is; i .
tke fttore. The doctor >
near was a I ----
\ of energetic businessmen i
>ne our young |accompanied by Prof. J. E. Woo,
and we are loath to part with valuate REPORT John B. Stetson
jwio rendered service. H? UniverUi
bat will wish him success in his
him. 1 OP THE CONDITION OF THE
can always he Coaxd; ia a goo.plat?, I
field. We understand that 1 e Ii
new and doing wtatever his hands dsd FIRST NATIONAL BANK i FOUK COLLEGES AXE FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS _;;:
will move the machinery he has hereto .
-0 do for the apooiidug; of mankiad. Rio. tnSI I ."

Live Oak.-Citizens Reporter J. 1.. HOPPS At Lnc Cak. a. the State of Fknda. at the! DELAND, FLORIDA J .Ji
Lake City.There I I cfcceaf bo&jics, JUj SU. UU7

:: See of Trustee Boar.L BESOCBCES. i j Affiliated with the University of Chicago

was an amusing incident on 1 Lo.r sad De.ec a4t .--.:.......__._$ );. 88
The "Kid***** Idea! of Boo..tiag. O.eedraft& a.d ea.eea> &j I ==, : : tM*
the two o'clock Lire Oak Perry Boons erenitios1 5u0 OD versity of Chicago. Stetson's graduates
receive
lrrs t..S bonds.------------------- their degrees &QBM:
Gulf train yesterday. As there were Boys like to climb trees 'bat {. Haob:,jee.rstaea a. ech_ .=::: :.:: ::::: 47.m : Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

lots and lots of pretty girls. and no 1; there's no fun in it if you're all alone. Ba o6 hose. 1--.__aDd Eswrei tG CiQ, COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are adaitiedt
l Dee ti.ss.Sora1 Easa t.ot t+earrse ]K!
doubt some of them had love rwithj I If you start to shin up and there aia't ___ ._____.......... .... s.n4 10 I I I I tree- law In Florida without examination.
{ n 3 one boost you're pretty Do fica State Banks sad Bankera. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC
them; and as Mr. A. W. Pope. his! to you. i.e fra pew.d neset s.a mta.8.0:8:: : 11 -Mechanical Civil Electrical *.
family and guest Mrs. J. N. Thompson I sure to slip down again and skin yoor Chocks aDd edIer each_....... m' J.1i18 91 Engineering and Manual Trah :ftjIJt
leading to
degrees. Fine
Nauood Beek&._ new building, costly equipment
were talking in deaf languages, | Lands and tear your trousers. Fnmunai iMixr ear renc,. Bickela and S85 00 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS .
I I I -Banking in all its branches.
nail__ _.. _. .... JS9 83 j, Baekttq
:' tie girls talked and wondered which I I But golly it feels good to have a Lw.ct.Yore<< KCSSXTX: U B BARK,viz: ',i!: by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses..'

one of the two ladies was his wife. '> aoost when you're so darned tired Speae. _!5.644 75Lesaite.d.r i I other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious aag.
auotes _::__ l. uO W.1O.2W1It.l PREPARATORY
ACADEMY.
Mrs. Thompson after hearing their I that yen want to drop. That boost Bedesptaoo fend-wit a IL s.Tzart5 i -Graduates prepared to ester Barm
just yet cleat ef ao es2a&k a---- m Um_ 62500 !i i Yale, Princeton, Cornell Michigan, Chicago and first-elan CoSe&t.
talks kindly answered them that she I helps you so you can keep oa ;: ;NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. Kindergarten m.JleII!

was not a deaf lady. and the other I shinning till you throw your legs over TocaL. t1- -- - ----srl] 51 10r i building. %. Primary and Grammar School in separate ogflifiss. Q.

the the first limb and get breath Schools especially Public .
Cf your School
lady was his wife. course ; prepare teachers.
I capital stock fa-- -_.. _.._._..._9 50.000 00Sorpine ,I
"girls" were shocked and you can then if you're any good, you can faed;-_. ------ --------_..__. 20uo 00Lediaded MUSIC SCHooL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ a dozen pisncria
h.s ezpe..es aadchp.id building large faculty thorough courses of '
keep on climbing till where study.
imagine how their faces looked. I you get 9.176 63atBank ART SCHOOL. "
-- --- -New Studio.
Costly models _
casts etc.
the.fruit is. N .aces oa4taada .. .. 12,500 00
DavK ends ..p-"" .m.___u I', Stetson has a faculty of 43 professors and instructors 'ne1 Wit,.
c Methodist Church Services-Sunday i Andy slipped doa a dozen times. ledge el depoana mbjeet to cheek.---- 2Ol..562 16. grees from the University of Chicago. Harvard. Yale, Dartsaoatl: ,It

{ School Rally Last :Mght. I I I but the fellows kept boosting him Cercthed DemaDd __n5_____*._-..1_--.deposit1,50420.. 90 M '! umbia. Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bovdoln. Utrecht Bai: It
.1 and he got up. Gee! wasn't he glad. Can ,jri'.checks r.--: Ha 00 University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. Tberein_
f i At the Methodist church yesterday Bills payable, mrtadihs certificate*of II $300.000.00 In buildings and equipment miBiaa 4s*
I i He just shook that tree till all of us deposit for atooey b,,,-.d.----- 1X000 00 ; nearly a quarter
the pastor preached at the morning Beaerved for &_.____. _. toe 00 I edowment; an endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beaifcfml fa?
had our pockets fulL :
( hour and the night service was given I ought to do that when he Every gets a fellow boostor TotaL.. .. .-... u _- un .,-....._310.S1 1> ; a with$10,000.00 costly furnishings pipe organ including; a Gymnasium stained with glass complete windows.appantEs 7 oQ $;&; at&
over to the Sunday-school. A very I Iq STAYS FU. ... I
or JI> closed Athletic
rendered. I I bell get selfish cholera by over- COCJTTT or Scwajncix. r." Field running track tennis courts baseball dJamoUc
; entertaining program was feeding. ;No tree grows fruit for L D. E. ...e. Cashier of the above-named gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other sports; separata
E Mrs. Baisden presided at the organ ; one fellow bank do solemnly swear that the above statement ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for Chemistry PSg*
only.
r and her usual excellent music was ani|i "t troe to the best cf aay kiowledjre and beiwt. Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several large museums tad flak
It's good to have a boost all D. E.HOKNE Caahiu.CorNetAttest electric lights electric
up bells steam heat te.dk1
walks shell
cement
enjoyable feature. A solo"by lli.ssjS ) : S. J. WHITE. ,
Mae Roberson was beautifully rendered -j!i kinds of trees 'cept lemon trees. We a i BLUHE. avenues, spacious campus, shrubbery and trees; social, literary, saw:
boosted John up a hickory the other CART A.HARDEE. and other students' clubs; star lecture louses; Christian asd 3& *i
i- her voice Is highly prized by Directora. tartan teaching. The
,i location is beautiful and healthful and the as
day and when he
" t the choir of the Methodist church and {i got way up he of Subscribed May. 1957.scal.1 .and sworn to before aae this 25th day are low. For catalogs views and information, address the Presides
yelled down "Come
,
on fellows therealn.t -
the congregations are always glad [ A. E. LFSLE.t LINCOLN HULLEY AX-, ***+
t i! no ripe nuts here but you ge Notary PBbbe.
when her solos are given. Superintendent -]!
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a dandy view. When we climbed
Wood presided at the meet-!
up we could see the schoolhouse the Growth In
Population.
big and CoL L. E. Robrson delivered
town hall the church and the old VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTDOWLING :
a most excellent address on the reasons The growth of the population of
'> graveyard where Bill's bnned. Bill
:. why parents should attend the the United States--the expansion in
i w%s one of us boys, but he took sick
Sunday-schools. Rev. H. Dutill the number of
pastor ,!1 and died. those human units I PAR!

r'- of the church was called on for i John came up last-he was a da'"li whose combined energy and toil have
a talk on tte work of the Conference developed American resources and ,
j|i dy climber-and said be didn't needa
Sunday-school Board, which he made brought about conditions of national
boost; but say he was mighty gladto -W T COM upon THE SUWAhfcEE IU tr
very interesting. Brother Dutill was prosperity which are unsurpassed
have us lean down and give hima
for four years president of the con- due in a marked degree to the influx 1 I
I-and. It was darned hard climb ;' Mineral
ference board and has: the special of Immigrants and to the Springs Hotel and Catty

Sunday-school work very much at ing.It edge fact that their aCknoWI-I' HOT AND COl D
made us kind of sad to think of BATHS UNSURPASSED, GOOD TABLE. 6OOOBO* 1
heart. I{ BilL We hadn't really forgot him rule, are more prolific than those ofnative I! WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH5
The service was a good one and American
households.
Pt-.ONE
but days fly by so. Things look kind If an CONNEOTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAYiLLtO +. T'
much enjoyed by the congregatiopresent n impassable wall had been
erected RATES
er different when you're up high. LONABLEZffygPftRK HUJsDDAESQ &t -
fifty years ago to exclude all AUJYE -
Bill foreigners .
helped
me up the fence rout d

At the Baptist Church. 'he high fair,ground but a good last year.boost gets It's awful you- for who tfemselves desired American and their children citizenship HOTEL DOWIJNG PB!RK. flORIDlll

Congregations were large and two up all right and you see the show tbe United States would not have 9;

excellent services at the Baptist I( even. though you haven't got tbe been the giant among nations whichit : .. a a a a a a . a . a a a a a. . a l' .......-.;
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church yesterday. Brother Ridley'sBaracca I i price. If there weren't nobobdy *o today.-Philadelphia Bulletin. OUR J.

S. class of men. filled the room boost you you'd miss lots of good :. SAVINGS DAPARTMENT

to overflowing at ten o'clock. Some things. Those I'eGnsylvania Dutch Barns. I

arrangements will soon have to be It'1 as much fun to boost another Stranger-So you grew up In Lan : is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It._.

made for larger quarters for this fellow as It is to be boosted yourself.: caster counts Pa., did you? Were broad enough to'accomraodate all, and ,

class It crakes you feel as though you'dbeen your folks well-to-do? HERE -
I ARE ITS
At the 11 o'clock hour, Mr. Ridleyspoke real good, but you ought not Other Stranger-Indeed they were 'I PATROHS't

on ""Heaven" and there were blow about it. Every fellow ought Why father's dwelling house was almost -:! I L- The
folks
young san5-
with their small
three additions at the close of the serI co be willing to give a boost.-The half as large as his red barn.-' 2.-The t

vice. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Prink and "oster. Chicago Daily Journal. >!( breadwinner, striving to accumulate s

Mrs. Celia Tummond. Both these t to Procure a home, or a competency for
families are influential people and Attention Veterans. Polk county growers are rejoicing : : well-to-do, for the convenience afford atl

will add much to the strength of the The committee of arrangements for over tbe recent rains which have ; the income provided. .
donewonders
congregation. the picnic at the White School House for their vegetable crops. ; : 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other iaYes& ..

Mr. Ridley spoke at Antioch in the the fourth of July, are especially requested i I I THE
afternoon where he I : FIRST NATIONAL oat Ha t :
has been building to meet on the first day of R. S. Maley Is shipping 25 crates BANK Live ,
of ,
a new church.* He reports the !July to perfect for .. a .
a program that fine celery a j a a a a .
day a ,
church almost finished and says I day. and make arrangements. !ation at Daytona.from his small plant- I = a a a La. a a. . . a. a tI

final arrangements were made yeste-- I Respectfuly.I _
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day for painting it. Mr. Ridley is a I L. M. SKELTON, Chairman. Daily-Democrat 10 cts Week.. MVSeinDailyDerflOC ?'






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