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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 28, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. II. No. 197.

-- JUVE OAK, FLORIDA TUESDAY MAY,28, 19O7.
I TEN CENTS A WEEK.

VICTORY( FOR DRAINAGE THE.PARTIES OUTSIDE
I "WE HADN'r.tiTENDED\ TO.CALL ANYWAY.'" JOHN BEARD ANNOUNCES



TIlE GOVERNOR APPEARS TO

ILUE LEGISLATURE IllSOWX' F
HIS CANDIDACY HAS BEEN 3L1WJ
1VAYADMINISTRATION
PUBLIC FROM TALLAHASSEE


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MEASURES'

CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATE =

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fiery General Bill Enacted Into Law ,

Session lias Been Favored ',
If This
ta Negro Disfranchisement Will Be
By Administration Leading Plank In His PJaUorm- .

a Will Make Canvass of State
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Tallahassee, May 28.-A feeling of .S ,r ;1 .

profound relief even in those who see J f The correspondent from Tallahassee

their cherished bills slowly dying on 1 of the Tampa Times says:

the house and senate calendars pervades .' "So much has recently been heardof

the capital at the thought that : the future political plans of Hon.

four more days including today will John S. Beard of Pensacola, senator
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bring to a close the legislatives seaIoa = from the second district. that the
of 1907 In spite of the small ntwnn STt>RFR Times correspondent made it his busi-
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amount of results apparently accomplished ness to see the senator and ask him

the strain of the past two directly whether or not he intendedto

moults, or at any rate, the latter of enter the race for the United States

"tie ttro, has been great upon the senate against Senator Mallory.

legislators and others interested in 1 "Senator Beard was-as usual-

public affairs, including, of course frankness itself and without hesita-
.
"the third house," and all are glad tion replied Yes.,you may say thatI

that the end is near. ( have made up my mind to run for

From now on, and for some nights the United States senate In the com-

past, the light will burn in the domeof ing primary, and.' with a.smile, 'you
captiol building in token that the might add that 1 feel reasonably con-

legislative body is in session. The fident of success.

house held no session last night, for z Q2i, .* 'I shall.' continued Mr. Beard

the first time in nearly a week, and i r make a direct issue of my proposed

the senate held its first nightly ser: v z constitutional amendment repealing ,

dqp which lasted about twenty minutes .c 1,_ the fifteenth amendment the purpose'
tad resulted in disposing of five of my amendment being to disfranchise -

local bills. It is a physical impossibility Pete' the negroes. I have been-my
now to dispose of any great a bulldog. It now on duty at the Whit House ta re-enrorc* 4licemeit now stationed there.-Newc Item. amendment has been-grossly misrepresented ,_

amount of the work before the two .-Webster in Chicago Inter Ocean. and 1 feel confident that
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.. once the people understand my object
uses and most of the bills will be s

Ivitlidrava Lich,there. before is little the or session no chance closes of PAID FOR FLORIDA FRUITGOOD ,LAWMAKER RUSH LEGISLATION il, THE COTTON ..EXCHANGE i iS I they"When will he stand proposed asked by what me making to sort the of end.Senator a campaign

assuig.AH .. 'Busy=Session This lorP iagiEaZsiNumber
who did not have the''political Beard replied: "One o{ the most thorougn"eveirieenm -
r ... of leasUl'e1iPaS6ecL... tie atgt "'llshatf
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of
dilution state
the pretty well at '" y -"
gers' end are surprised at-the com- PRICES fcARB QUOTED. BY.| Tallahassee. May 28.-The house, BUREAU IS NOW not only go into every'countyI shall "

victory of the drainage scheme NEW TORK NEWS- .this ,morning passed the appropriation MAKING A THOROUGH IVVESTIGATIOX 1.. not,only weak Ln every county-but
session. PAPER '. 1 ehall-gee as many of the people personally -
With
the bitter fightt
I bill. There was some little op-
in can.
every county< as I
had been
> made for the,past year
position to the bill but it was passed 'My resolution has been,misrepresented .
,more upon the administration of.
mor without a, fight. The appropria- for political purposes., ,but it
pro-being I YAGETABIES ON THE MARKET tions were thought by a number to GEORGIAN TALKS Of WORK has been warmly indorsed by statesmen -

Terence of the contest attack- be entirely too liberal along certain and a lawyers In every section. ,In _
I from every conceivable standpoint lines. I' my addresses I shall devote myself to

impracticable, impossible idiotic Florida Melons Sell for Fancy Prices Senator Massey's' bill, enforcing a Says- Bureau of Corporations Will the principles I have always advocated -

just, visionary and everything else and All.Kinds of Vegetables Are license tax on railroads was also pass-I Probably Be Ready to :Make well; and'known'-if my position is,not already
'shall ,do
to
ouble, the drainage amend- In Demand ed in the house by a vote of'59 to 1. Report by August First my besr '
make it known. I expect to
open my
in the confusion of issues Another good measure passed the
campaign: concluded Senator Beard,
'eight. about in the general elec- house at the morning session was the I
'about October 1st, and from then on
i overwhelmingly defeated; it is a (New York Tribune.) 'Trammell resolution, favoring In- Washington D. C., May 27.-Colonel shall be on the stump.'
less than a miracle- that this creasing the powers of the railroad
I "There are some fine cantaloupesjust L. F. Livingston, of Georgia on "Senator Beard has many qualities _
and much abused project of the commissioner.In .
his return to Washington to assist to commend him to the public favor,
or's should have in from Havana, and the lover of in
received the the senate Harris' board of and as for his record in the legislature -
ement of two-thirds this fruit indulge in them at the the investigation into the methods of
of bill
the sent may health passed as did Representative it may at least be said that,,he '
and three-fourths' of the restives. price of $2 a piece. If he will be Clark's labor contract bill, as the cotton exchanges of the country has succeeded in passing about as

Buf this Is practlcalf content with Florida cantaloupes he amended.In being made by the bureau of corpora- many bills as any of his colleagues."

"iat happened, since the Crane may get these for 25 or 35 cents according the senate, the appropriationand tions, declared that he looked for a Among the measures'are the follow-

perfecting the drainage act of to size."Mangoes revenue bills have the "right of report to be made to the president by ing: t

after passing the senate by aLt spotted green and pink way" over all other business. the middle of July or the first of "Three charter bills.

'et JO to 12. passed the house of and yellow like big colored pebbles, There is a great rush of work in August "Two telegraph bills.

1 + ntatlveg yesterday morning by are arriving from Cuba and cost 60 both branches of the legislature and "'Ve are sure to win our fight," he "One regulating express companies.
iie.
> f II to 14, a clear majority cents a dozen. will be until the close of the session. said, "and bring the exchanges back "A bill to place Gen. KIrby Smith's
.1 cadre house to a legitimate method of busi-
doing
being registered "Florida watermelons, very good, statue in the Hall of Fame.
i favor, and ness, which will mean a reform in "One
nearly three-fourths are $1.50 each."Tangerines. ROOSEVELT WILL SPEAK AT EXPOSITION regulating practice in courts."Two r
I lee, present and voting. It is are 50 cents a dozen. GEORGIA\. their present contracts. With the constitutional amendments.
4 [wpeating ancient history to say government preceding against them "One relief bill.
c".a___ pineapples 25 cents each. 1
.
in front
-"-"uur uroward made his and the two southern cotton "And one separating the races on ,1
trifle Great Military and Natal ParadeTen -
"Florida peaches, looking a
associations moving on either flank, urban
Primarily upon the Issue of and suburban cars.
!
Governors Are Expected
ag the hard, but peaches nevertheless retailat the cotton exchanges of the
Everglades, and except countryare "Xot a bad record for a senator's
;r defeat of the constitutional 75 cents a basket. i Washington, May 28.-President literally between two fires." first term."

j ent last year the Proposition "Fine Florida grape fruit are $1.75 W N. Mitchell, of the Georgia com- Representative Livingston said be !

t lilt the endorsement of both a dozen. mission to the Jamestown tercentennial feared the public was in danger of assuming I ACTRESS DROWNED IN A \TII-

.utre and people every time It "Strawberries despite the dismal exposition, was in Washington in that because the bureau of TUB.

,4 ?'ea before either;: What makes predictions at the beginning of the connection with the celebration of corporations was cot making any

,." ;te victory Of the drainage season, seem to be fairly plentiful and Georgia day June 10, at Jamestown noise in its work and was making no Coroner Could Not Discover a Motive

the more remarkable is the good. They are 25 cents a box at Mr. Mitchell announced that Cardinal announcements through the press, for the Suicide.

.that COVeraor Broward, in his the regular markets, but if a personIs Gibbons would be at the expositionon nothing was being done. A representative :-'
Columbus, May 27.Edna Wilsonan
of the bureau has for the
1 \1-eunial mesage to the'legls- not squeamish about taking them Georgia day. President Rooseveltwill actress wife of George M. Wilson
,
: past six weeks been investigating the
ti did refer at alto the seasoned with dust, they may be again be the chief attraction on committed suicide
I affairs of the New York cotton exchange yesterday at the
; g it for a short special found for less on the streets. Georgia day, just as he was on the Bridge Hotel
leveral and others will look into the by drowning herself in
weeks after the seswed "New beets are 15 cents a bunch. opening day when there will be a a bathtub.
New Orleans and Memphis exchanges.
holding. The decisIon or Judge "String beans are 40 cents a quart. 'parade of 12.000 soldiers, sailors and Asked about the activity of The- The coroner was unable to discoverany
the drainage act of "New Ilrish potatoes 75 cents per marines, in addition to a naval re-
odore H. Price, who has turned cotton motive for the suicide but it was
the t1tUtioual so far from peck. view. Ambassador Jusserand told bull. Colonel Livingston said he was said the woman had threatened to

I Dve them advocates of. drainage "Cauliflower are anywhere from 25 :Mr. Mitchell that the French fleet will gratified that Mr. Price had taken up take her life. <)"

,let COuonzi the key to making to 50 cents each and tender new car- be present on Georgia day and tend- the fight and was moving along the Wilson and his wife are said to

Sa beUettd to the constitution. rots, which are so delicious sliced and ered the use of the French tars for I very lines he himself had outlIned. In have come from Pittsburg to play at

.'lIeUou was the crane bill will cooked with peas are 10 cents a the parade. The governors of ten i beginning his fight :Mr. Price declared Olentangy Park. The engagement of

i\\* Pro sad< can pretty thorough- :bunch. states are expected to be present. that all the charges made by Colonel the company was cancelled last night -- l
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the
r .wag It senate "But the best news In the vegetbaleline Duke d'Abruzzl and officers of the Livingston were true. It was pointed after the disapproval of the audience

* rtIea, without under SUSpen- Is that green corn Is here. True, Italian fleet will take a prominentpart out however that the government had stopped, the performance. ,

&* ., lIIea'1r\o debate. The it costs $1.50 a dogen. in the celebration. could take no part in this personal > .

.attempt Toted agalnat the 'Cucumbers are still high beingit campaign. for: effective legislation ,at the next R
4 : on the-floor'to costs $1.50 a dozen. The decorations of the new Citizens "The public is aroused," declared session directed against the unfair

't S -4ai the "The best table celery, three bank building, for the baby show this Colonel Livingston."and the report practices of the cotton exchanges."_
session 1a SO near a are superb and there should which will be placed in the hands of John Corrigan in Atlanta Constitution.
evening
at cents -
stalks In a bunch, comes 40 I
.on I attendance. the president will furnish the basis .
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:Sir. Andrew Lang in The Albany nouncement.At succeed, the first time use Heroine Live Oak Garag
Review tells of his first acquaintance the :M. E. Church South on and yon will get instant, ,relief.: The

1 with Mark,Twain. It was memorable the evening of Tuesday. June 11th.. greatest liver regulator. A positivecure

ti he says because it illustrated varieties Miss Eunice Marie McCullougb and for Constipation Dyspepsia I

e In the sense of humor: Mr. Carroll Calvin Smith will be Malaria Chills and all liver com- Equipped for repairing and, storing
"an united in marriage Rev. Mr. Lowe plaints. Mr., Cof Emory Texas.
"I was then says Mr. Lang Autos. A full supply of Gasoline ana
returning from Scotland officiating. j writes: "My wife has been using Her-
t undergraduate Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines
Miss Lillian McCullough. of Madison bine for herself and children for five
to Oxford with in the friend same and railway tutor Fla., sister of the bride will years. It is a sure cure for constipation Also sell the well known Columbia bat-

( Mr.carriage Jowett later my the renowned mas- be maid of honor; Mrs. James Gow- and malaria fever which is substantiated tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs

ter of BallioL I bought at a book- in, of Miami, matron of honor and!I by what it has done for kept in stock. Exclusive agent for
Misses Alice Sanders and Effie Mar my family." Sold by Suwannee DrugCo. Savill Works Jacksonville.
stall a cheap little paper-covered book I Vulcanizing ,
tin, bridesmaids. Mr. Smith's best .
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(not impossibly pirated). 'The Cele- man will be Mr. W. James Rogers, { Sample of this work can be seen here.
brated Jumping Frog.* by Mark II
t ],and Messrs Robert Jones and David Some"Uncle
I Twain. I opened it, and my conduct Going FOR LIVERY
1 Myers will act as ushers. Dick, how many toddies ..
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j for half an hour was highly becoming Little Annie :Mae Gowin will be does the colonel drink every day" The. Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in -,

j a person 'in statu pul )illari who ring bearer, and the following little ""Well yo' see, boss, I eats de su- Livery seating capacity for four. f

accompanied by a leader in philosophy maids, flower girls: Misses Carese gar de kunnel leaves in de glass aa*
and theology was returning to Alma Christensen, Florence
Adams
long erbout de middle of de evenin.I T. AL CHASTAINGas
f studious cloisters. I shrieked and exploded Wharton and Sarah Johnson. gets fuddled and loses count.-
; with laughter; my eyes were Xo cards will be sent in town, and Lippencott's.
filled with idle tears of pure mirth; all friends of both Miss McCullough I Engineer Propriety j

my gestures were convulsive and and Mr. Smith are informally Invited The Life Insurance

R when I had reached Finis I handed to witness the ceremony at the muddle has started the public to

t' the volume to Mr. Jowett. He read church. Mr. and Mrs. James F. )Ic- thinking. The wonderful success that

l through it with perfect solemnity Cullough, of Holder, Fla., parents of has met Ballard's Horehound Syrup

{ combined with disapproval, and restored Miss McCullough, have issued invitations in its crusade on Coughs, Influenza
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l' it to me without a word. The to out of town friends. bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles -

f matter adds Mr. Lang, had humor The young people will go on a visit -has.started the public to thinkng -
enough for a whole university, yet he!i to the bride's home, and later they ol this wonderful preparation.

f did not see the fun of 'The Celebrated 1 expect to go to Jamestown and They are all using it. Join the procession
I Washington, thense to Kentucky to
and down
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i make a visit to the relatives of the
Trice 25c. 50c and $100. Sold byouwanee ,
-To be divorced from your appendix I groom. At the end: of their visit
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keep your bowels regular with Dr. Miami to live.-Miami Metropolis. Good Evidence. p
King's New -Lire Pills. Their actionis I Miss: McCullough is quite well
ri Railroad President-How
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so gentle that the appendix never I known and has many friends in our ;
t man know that switch is defective :
has cause to make the least com city, having visited here a number of I r
i Clerk-He appears to be sure of it, .
plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay & I times the guest of Mrs. W. F. Wasdin. sir. He says a train was wrecked F
Groover druggists. 25 cents. Try I I
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--- Laxative Cough Syrup. It is
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man and does not live east of better than any other cough remedy Disturbed the Congregation. Your
Physician
because its laxative principle assuresa
the Alleghenies. nor south of the Potomac -The person who disturbed the con-
and the Ohio. His only alli- healthy, copious action of the gregation last Sunday by continualy Will Prescribe Red RocK fefa
bowels and at the same it heals Irritation -
ances are such as have 'entangled'tlm coughing requested to buy a bottleof
with both factions the party of the bowels and at the Foley's Honey and Tar. City Phar if he does as many others do who know its merits.it .
same time it heals irritation of the bas been endorsed sanitoriums,
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in his behalf to both.-Washington 515! rance.BeveraSes- relieves indigestion
mucous membrane. Contains Honey Knicker-Does Jones diet?
Star. dyspepsia; and never causes constipation. ;
and Tar, pleasant to take.' Children Bocker-Yes, his doctor only allows Say RED ROCK! Say it PLAIN! >
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+ THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.will t stock of Watches always on band. CURE YOU
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of any case of Kidney or
1 Cement, Building-sand J
Lime,
ding Cards furnish you your WALL PAPERWhen Bladder disease that is not
: and all kinds of Brick.
Laths
Plaster, :j I: beyond the reach of medi-
-ting Cards, jj OUR SPECIALY \Vhite Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. | cine. Take it at once. Do
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Hess Cards i!! The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. t per call on H. H. PETTY at ease or Diabetes. There is

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1 : Oai. tan a c nfr coast tiood T" appreciatE3Clothing

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mU1I1IF' 01111ll.4;a- w_ w SU'e pas.. y grusided fee latH wart of:
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THE BUILT DEXOCSATt T wf1 i abo.aoali !
YiI1 ik/C.1 1 r. sieudn 4oes"
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Sa.Us. :ar u..H :,a' c idea :e 0: t -.a 5.l 11 tom. 3t t$ant i
per year; $ZS4 boar as : te courts are ale j ji
: SL2S for tS ne *' or 5* ces's tXa-5: she a y'eL her Ss arrsm i ii i POD -wiekeadaess doss j
that
far tat tact
fcx 1:1 2etor j
far b. w :
.. s.. I be !! We have to be prepared to do
1iftn4 to &Z7' part s< the dT.; h7 nor aioaadT iere. Tiea *t may g
f Wnter, 1.. eeas: : i ier.eeS.. R. ]fay "tJZ.5 as iItD-!: iaxlive Oak for a dry cocsty"; 15j : thiags well sad this apptte to"
j jt eietTtbmff. For instance._Bobit -; ;
truss r-pe ae-3t e at oe Bch, f3 :;. peaQ eti by Jaw abiding dttuens and .
"" I L errs, .Jobnsou & Band Shoe
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; t| ., J bare six tag: specialty .

I Oak. S The a coazqr.TVer F'mrs' !5e ci=sea Ds s ash to1r ;i i 2dLet ereucmbe..hat.l I I with a daily capacity: of -'.Co.I; ; 1 1If

r i = 4Y slabsing fss3aai -!I:;::::S. it is aa asksowtedged fact weay pairs. They employ ezp
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,. ... 144 pens** aar.arebfa : dewttse kaviz; reptsested ;!.zly -Hoa- Frank Hams: but by t workmen, t55 the best .

f 3tw Torn OSr lift yean i t.e 1er i3 it e sr aXe and i every person who is aeqaaiated with ;; : fat all their shoes and the latest ;.;
; sad best machinery is naed.
,the :az.eru stets-Y Gl to 3zsy_ Ri1f5 t II!:.e Jzcts .uwi e.IDesa does not'I
r = make .
leeer tLg So tie Kahl : .arsrailra.1t t They are prepared to good
.. of ec" g'x men;:I yggm y ia. a'uw2:nee county: as it shoes why-SIAB BBAND I
l ba *>sg kz tic Ux&ed Sgar.tat J

.. a ....,.",t.1W 0: acwsst t.e pst,. .I.does ia Mme osier ewes Ia this:' SHOES ARE BETTER one:*

ever lie too ':QI far Ike a.=iI amaze we Qisit naore.-live OaiCeoocrat. .. : of their shoes. -QUAKER.."
.C r.*s* aa Daa1 e.3$ axMkali0. t : .
f : + for wmne, st $3.00 U the beg 2
use
nIa of
I:a te: and e= a :
l QaecItdtt shoe for the money we can find. ;
? like tile :
.-T ; Wlckdn is m.LJzuosqaito -* ?= ,
I I :>: The Scar OB the heel sad the.
t | f boom days Ia pioneer: .
was :
to reported ..yb.: tie Democrat : .* word ""QUAKER woven with +

V- take a* good ax oncy tint tie AID STTJU.THET COME. I tises-oe was always found somewhere -i I *Milk in the facing are guarantees :

Gonor w. eaM: as extra sesfios of Ti* Tr3en is :app to gee tae:| b-e.. We do not for a moment 1 1I i that -QUAKER" Is honestly J

tie azinpipers I beeTe that tie poala ion of Live !' constructed aDd wm satisfy t
Lire Oak mat
ta. )rt 2*Usrr wft&ia. cxxy orn&nft' zsety r igsg .
the ofn Oak. is any becer nor any worse than ; t Come see them"and -WALKj
tans adjovrxaest. h z: how eaue ease: : .
friar
I lie papua icn of other towns of the : : os STARS. !
kl t._ :Tra2 u. Knight n-, ., The best woman ba the world <
-We want *! *11gr2Xti rozz 1fis- if,. state H-nan nature is about the
coa MB. decizres the DesocraS. .. ; could not make good bread if 1'

Met Y1C 102s ears u.4 law *y Jeeia- a good yea and 10dd be enacted t' same now as it always has been and : she didn't have good floor. The ]t|

xy* Ton TCatwa' eely JZersoI bin law Florida :needs frsmigraa do soc sappose wCX ever reach i...1 + best woman in the world couldn't f yea are.expecting ya i em came:'

&1&s. tats prefra.aWry so a revtr- a. and the csi? way to cc t iemIs I-e cr.l. at live Oak or any other ; make good batter If she did- *
n't have the right lid of milk Z to see =.:r sit t
aJ o( tko poptSst aas7-Wash=g- by work alos. the Sae made passKe -:manque place.: Bat. seriously cpeak-

ton ? t.Owing. iy Mr.: proposed law. tag does the Democrat not believe ] | to chum. Neither could the interest you in oar
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I>- ;; best woman in the world make
0: coarse it is a good sseas re a that wereneted wita too maiy good cake if she used salt fort and varied stock of

to tie tart that we writ xeceseajT mare 1: Florida's broad eu-ts'---Oeas Banner t1
: sugar. clothing for
new Iii
ottr dUorta OB.Tcday ereaias ad I i acres BOW feiag atated. are to be The Democrat does not believe we |, ..

t- weft caKed borne ky tie vrgeal _- sade to yield their Jrart which after have too easy coarts. Without the .. .. Summer, which in sirfe q

f new of oar rabble doe oar e::iorialceiaju :a3 is said mar doae. is tie chief Joaa- di2erent courts It would be impossible t :

this week is shorter than or- these accused of crime a'' and assortment is cz a pud
Uios of wealth, power and :& pi- to give

Oaary.Ozark BeIIa413aalothfng sasr Tampa Tribute. speedy tnal,sad this they are entitled ; that shown by tie d6
14 DOWLING 'LUMBER[R 8 !
t Hk* a good icue.Ik We duet czre asytStsge about ii; to. .. ,! Ing establishments cf mitt

t F bat ft does seern a KttSe strange why '
f TrayenM Herald give this Priwoer Clams: Kia hip With Martyred City. If rit; hut-H .i


f food a.4w4.ceDoa man but get to' work loaf at arocadyovag coae- oc tie znow st- Angeles, CaL.1Iay President.Los 27..-William I NAVAL l STORES 1 [ I Ii this Spring to see the..

this uefml eves tt the pay i* *oto espouse the cause of immlgraziou J. McKinley convicted today in the value we offer in

when tie Democrat preached this superior coort on. a charge of having
t Large aa you lmagtse your valuables
doctrine i&onths and zaoatis ago. Batas attempted to murder his uncle 1
WUf f
I t rvtee. are worth. we said ia tie outset,, we don't Kaa Bad: last December I COMPANY r I IDOWLLNG MICUALESSTBCLOTIBNG!

t care anything about K. so tons as the be a second cousin of the martyred I i I
f If tae palM of the State press eaab ?>>resid.euLAaoI"Clli1g
desired results save been acccapKshed. -
; takes a* aa Indication of the drift to his statement Mc- : 'PARK. FLA.e :

r of pmbUe sentiment oa matters poHti- Kinieys grandfather and the fatherof

l cal. frajak Adams will be aa easy tie former president played together . . . ._. . . ... I FINE
Tie report of United States Steel as boys in Derry county. Ireland -
wiaaer ia me race for United States
r corporation recently :made public i where both were born. Young ,
l Senator. should he enter the race. He I GOT BOCK MAY PARDON GLEA-
shows that the net earnings of this :VcKialey came to this country five
appears to be a general favorite.Of SOS OS JULY
I years ago. dent at once to the
I great monopoly reached the fabulous I You shouldn't delayother eosss
t nome of Abner McKinley Inew
Of coarse, it had to come. During sum of I135.C24.273 last year. And i
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York and lived there until he same Efforts of St. Louisianans Probably day. You cant
the 1904 exposition the was: no one win waste the time ia tryingto ]
song to Los Angeles four years ago. He Will Be Rewarded by Kansas

r' "Meet lie in St. Louis. Louis." Now figure where the steel t.nIstgot was his ancle's only heir. Executive.St. equal of this celebrate deb

n there is one one about "111 Be Down it." From the humblest: citizen who ( Louis Globe-Democrat.) anywhere in town toder t!

at Jamestown. James.** or something built a home or purchased so much asa SNOW AND FROST. Governor .
t" Hoch. of Kansas, will I more than we ask. Of
pound of nails, to tie great rail
equally coruscating Let's have the
probably pardon Albert B. Gleason oa
Veritable Winter Blizzard Does Tre-
ule.fi
next fair at Weqaetonaing or Najowicka. road companies for the constructionof meodoas Damage to Small Fruits.Cleveland. July 4 next from serving oat the re- high-gr-', rt ( .

or Pasaamaquoddy. York trackage--all of them contributed I'I May 27.-Last night in mainder of a seven-year sentence ia i jrials, faultless in cut tai 1

p make tie "melon" look lusciousto : j' the Lansing. Kan.
MaiL to so penitentiary.t according
the states of Ohio. Pennsylvania. .. uptotheraiasJ5ivaaced
I the shareholders of the steel trust. Michigan Kansas and Missouri the !t to a letter which bas ben received !{ing anal
r. Robb. president
fashion you
k..:. ,Kansas City Star. temperature dropped 42 degrees or I : I i i
day. Very little more harm can be from 72 to 36 above zero. There were of the Central Women's Christian i' suit at $!
i I Temperance Union.Gleason's !selection of any
.l done in th. Pfew.days remaining Out in Butte Montana where the aurries of snow in Cleveland duringthe

I State Senator John Beard of suspended publication day According to the local weather I case has come to be $25.00 with every E9'"'. t.
newspapers known as the St. Louis .
bureau snow has never before fallen parallel of the .
Peosacola Is a candidate for United several weeks on account of a strike William January case. He I permanent sat
so late in this vicinity since the was sentenced I
i r States senator tte has made this &:1i instigated by the printers, a leading establishment of the bureau in this to seven years In the Lansing I you got the bestYaluec.. '

Boanceinent. and says he will make a merchant says:" It was hardly worthwhile city. Frost and snow visited the prison on May 20, 1899. for stealing}.

h thorough canvass of the state at the keeping our tore doors without above states and great damage was I some harness of small value. After at the price you paid.

proper time. the daily newspapers. They are the done to fruits and vegetables. five ,years he escaped came to St.
I Louis secured a responsible position.and .!'
greatest stimulant to trade we have
DIPIX )L tTIC held it until taken back fir f .
JAPS HOLD THEIR to prison Sails
The Word and Way, a religious and without them we found from bit- to i Smart Spring :
PEACE serve out his term. Miss Robb .I
magazine cyst One of the problems ter experience that business soon and Gleason's i

of society is what to do with ex- came to a standstill and there was Yet There Is Threat Anthony J. Mitchel former became employer: >> :
a in Their At-I interested. ; I
; convicts." Answering this the Ark- nothing doing." titude Toward the United States.Tokio. and wrote appealing letters to the $3.00 to $$7fClothes

.; ansas Plain Dealer says: "That's an May 28.-The Japanese I Kansas governor. it is said. that

IV easy problem.' The real hard and press Is still generally calm and re-] Gleason's wife while he has been In
Aa exchange speaking of a manwLo
served over the apparent : prison has had a hard J
solve is how to unprovoked fight to keep :estfi
difficult problem to made of
for his paper'ayear
always paid attack upon Japanese In San Francisco. -: the wolf from the door.Tornadoes .

.>. deal with those who ought to be con- in advance says: "He was But it is only out of deference' in handsome pattens,
reZr14their
nets but are not likely to ever be never sick in his life never had a to President Roosevelt and his government -. in Texas. tailored to resin \

t E on account of political polls with the corn on his toes or toothache, his and the confidence resposed. Fort Worth. Tex.. May 26. shapeliness
-According
, powers that be. although convicted of potatoes never rot, the frost never in them that public expression of re-i to reports received i values that sell else -
,sentment is withheld. Even today.
the
crime and sentenced by the courts. kills his truck his babes never cry conservative and most Arbola and Tabe el1. Tex. were in to $ in a.gres1
r hopeful fear that the attractivemodeIsat'i
... The ex-convict is all right. He has no at night his wife never scolds and repetition of the a Path of te toraad that devast- went of
occurrence may have ed Wills Point
political pulL He generally makes a be has succeeded in serving three results on the relations of both eou.n.-I evening. ash Emory Satarday i 750..

r good citizen. It's the man pardoned terms on the school board without tries. However at the present the: At Arbola 1
the
little
of criticized." We do not know firmest friendliness Is still i daughter of
before having served the sentence being expressed.It Pink Kirk and
a child
whether such a happy result follows is confidently hoped that the Darts of George J
of
of it because were
part fatally DR"
the court or any. Washington has : hurt the later dying _
government
"'j. decided
( his political pull that's needing the paid up subscribers Xe- this paper but to take measures that prevent this morning William Picket BUTLER
will and
E. .attention .of good- citizens". 'and is the there are a few we would like to see or assaults and'attacks'repetition On two other his wife were seriOUSly hurt and i >'

s for statesmen to.solve." try it. It will do no harm.- I Japanese. persons were lnjurei. SeTeraf" OUTFrrrJ
real problem residences were damaged. I "MENS'







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:'eMS County of Lire Gathered Oak Reporter ty and the Suwannee Democrat .i. Seasonable Merchandise_ at Popular Prices l



of Lake City ia In the
f City J. today.X Speer Bobinette in White, Black, and Cream, for Waists and dresses 65c to J.5,0 per yd.


i- WANTED__-A four or five-room White wash Skirts 98c to $ .50. Blue and Brown Linen Skirts, Missis and Ladies

"* Apply to Alex. Surasky. .
oue. sizes, $1.50 to $3,00. -


r. Tom Walker of Mayo was her... White Lawn, Linen, and Organdy Draws nicely made and-trimmed with best quality "

Lthia_ morning. Lace and Embroidery $2.00 to $6.00.

y_ L .E. Wadawortn. of Madison, is In

the city today Very large line of White Lawns Lace Curtains Large Assortment -


L' j. A. Corbett of Hampton Springs India Linen .. 8 to 3oc 75c fn $7.00 a pair. .- -

here today. ., Persian Lawns J5 to 50c. I

pM French Lawns 30 to 50c Bed Spreads, cut Corners ,for Iron Beds '

i r jt D. Rentroe. of Perry was here. Linen Lawns 45 60 and 90c Mosquito Nets, Steel framesJ50..

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0. E. Martin, of Fort White, la in '
""the city today.Geo. I THE LAID in PRIUIV\ 1'

I PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR ;
p. Butler ia erecting fine ,

r.sideage OB DuTal street. I ;;I I ;I I I I I r # I -; I
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prices for a few dare only;
Special
and organs. J. B. Barton I Dr. Underwood will remain three i! Thos. B. Adams of Perry was here Mc. D. Bruce Dr. Baswell and J. R. Price had a big family reunion 1

.. ea plaice H. L. Campbell mnaager. days only on this visit. He will have J yesterday a guest of the Ethel.D. A. Callaway, of Alton are in the city Sunday that was a grand affair. '1
Co.
; ft
.. his office at the Ethel. Eye. ear. today. Among those present were Jake :

Sam Townsend returned to Lawtey; nose and throat specialist. E. Horn and little daughterswent I I }Moody and thre sons and a daughter.

to Branford this morning.J. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton. of Lake,City Hugh PrIce. of Brooksville; Sherwood
morning, after spending yesterday -
!* tits W.T. Gill and his two lady friends, arrived here: today, en route to Dow- Price, 0: ::e.b.jrr.: and Mrs. Pearl j

? a.re on business. Zella Murphy and Bessie Gill were N. Meeks went to Jacksonville I ling Park. : Hugh of Dannellon. Hugh and i

f guests of the Brown House yesterday. on business yesterday. I Snerwood's: families were with them. "J
glad to note that Fred '
Ws are
A Jolly crowd they were from Madi Ex-manager Wm: Nelms of the 'It was a grand lamily re-union that
F improving. and la now able
Is I
Brtmer son. Will Griffiis.-editor of the Calf Singer Sewing Machine Co.. at Tampa will long be remembered. The dinner

t' to" ape .i Coast Breeze was here this morning. I visited the local office here today. ua a,magnificent spread and heart-

A. F. Hart, of Mayo was here this ily enjoyed. We regret our Inability
f J. A. Grimy went to Wellborn today morning. He shipped the first load of :Miss Maud Wilkinson was here today The ladies zaae :ng' at'the Baptist to accapt in Invitation to be present. -

t to spend a few hours with friendsI beef cattle from Lafayette destinedto on his way to W uchula. church has been called in on account

!": aid transact business. Jacksonville.For A baby shoes- ,Ills :!tsrnoon_ The Southern' Express Company

J. E. 'Powell of Hampton Springs promises to cut .a big hole in New
Lift Oak Garage now has: York rates to Live Oak.
Tbs Freight
Master Victor Blume returned to
new or Second hand Electric is here today a guest of the Ethel.
automobiles always ready for rates are now $1.21 per 100 pounds
sight Fans see J. C. Lyle. He has the day from a visit to his grandparentsnear i'
and It takes 12 days to get good3'
> IfITice. most complete stock of Electric Fans The Horry Hair Hardware Co. is Pineinount. .
; ) ere. The express company agrees to
ever in Live Oak. 25-3t overrun with plumbing work and Mr.
FOR 8\T-E.-My residence in tho McEvoy is kept bvsy :Mrs. E. P. Groover &nd childrenleft deliver goods here by boat and rail :
buggy horse.-W. r .. for $1.30 per 100 pounds in four
city also one good Miss Ruby' Hancock Hazel Hancock last night for Thomasville and
23-d6t' Cays., This will bo a big saving to -1
.. Hodj. from there will to Savannah. They
J. D. Hancock and wife and Professor Abel of' Jacksonville, go ,
in the
cur merchants especially ship
left for will be here tonight to give another will*be absent for two weeks.
Mr, and Mrs. F. E. Grant
of
J. B. Hopson. Winder Surrency and ping perishable freight. True not
Peacock Lake today on a fishing ex lesson to our :l1idboys.. much of tie latter is done but one
went to Peacock
fnak Drew. Jr.. f Policeman Kinkaid arrested Perry
pedition.Dr. would rather pay 9 cents more on a
t, Ui this morning on a fishing ex- Vrs. H. B. Blount went to Bran- Beatty for petty larceny yesterdayand hundred kind of
pounds on any;
-.lkIO" Smithson. of Wellborn was ford today: on a visit to relatives and he was held to the criminal courtIn freight and save eight days' time and

here yesterday but he failed to show friends.J. the sum of $150. vexatious delays.Postmaster .
DtWItft Kidney and Bladder Pills
PA up where we could find him and
y'iford prompt relief for weak kld- shake his genial hand. This debt of W. Terry, who npw registers Willie Dowling, who Is now in

sass. keadache and urinary troubles. Ingratitude will have to be paid some from lake City was shaking hands!. Jamestown, will continue journeyto Gerow. of Jacksonville,
Is a prominent visitor here today
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. where he will
Oak friends today.
with his Live
foil by Qty Pharmacy.
time. attend school. and the honored guest of our distinguished

r townsman. COL Geo. E.
[ W. L.: Sullivan and family moved Pain caused by boils burns scalds Hon. J. W. Register of Jasper is; Porter.J. .
Hon. R. J. McCutcheon. of Pasco,
to Laravtlle this morning where Mr. and skin diseases is promptly relievedby here for a day or two on a visit to
who has ben here visiting his sick
t.I<8Uvta has a luceratlve position in DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel his daughter. Mrs. R. E. McNeill.
wife for several days left for his legislative J. Brown of Platt, is in the city
; phosphate mine. !, Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City today. ,
duties in Tallahassee today.
I,. I Pharmacy. Mrs. J. B. Newman went to Branford -

It OL H. Davis and wife J. D. Ed- today on a visit to relatives and I

t suds sad wife, and their respective I Ranges and stoves at special prices friends. Gus and Frasier Newlan sons ol '

{ rMlWrn are out at Gum Slough this I Ii for this week. We must Dave room ex-Senator Newlan. were here from PRETTY

..nlag fishing. I in the department for goods now the Park and South Florida this ,
{ i Mrs. G. J. Mallory, of Wellborn, "
coming. This is your change. J. B. morning on business.
I arrived beer today and is visiting COLD .
1\: T. L. Baisden. this morning, ship-' Barton & Co., H. L. Campbell mana- .Mrs. A. D. Hemming.Miss .
H to W. R. Santa John Williams a negro, was arrested -
McGregor at Fe
ger.
i .f. Jersey cow. The animal was who ha sheen i iI by Sheriff Uickersoa at the Parkesterday INSIDE !I-I!1c

to tisssg the best owned in Live Oak. Mr. John Boyer of New York spent James Green passed through 2 for grand larceny, and bIn ,
at Milton
Mr. teaching trial in the criminal
yesterday with his old friends jail awaiting
I I here today, en route to Branford. .
and Mrs. J. C. Baisden. Mr. Boyer I I court.J

i was driven over the city yesterda

I For SeteII and was much surprised and pleas 2 I I J. Maxson. of Wilhston Fla.. arrived .-
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with the growth of our city since his .T sere yesterday on a visit to his

II- last visit ber... daughter Mr A. .\. Masters who is ser- ';

Wedding i iously ill, and brought with him the

_QYD[ AND UNIMPROVED There will be a special meeting of I I family: physician. Dr. Pasley.

the ,Woodmen of tl'e World tonight I Ii
i Presents
cbarter closes. During the i
when, the
caught
I Deputy Sheriff Hemming
( past six weeks thirty-five members i Jacksonville Sunday :, .,
Real i Andrew Stanley In -
city Estate FOR THE
I have been admitted, and a special op- i
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morning, and the two took a ride
r.I portunity will be given to prospec- i [ JUNE BRIDESOr in the Black Maria to the police
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{ rfarms tive members before tile charter station. The prisoner: has been want- ,; )"U. may imagine. But the contents -
r.f
closes. Seven or eight persons have i. ed here for two months and were re- are Done the less attractive as

Etc already signified their intention of I I Ii turned yesterday. C 1 the climax to a luncheon, dinner, or

f { Joining tonight. This organization bIn those who choose j nipper. Ice Cream seems to enjoy an ji

:.JGI condition, and promises i t the month of May. Just i universal popularity with young aDd
a prosperous
I look in at our exquisite the "
1 1e to be one of the best secret Diamond Pins Brooches Your baby should have prize. i: old of both sexes. But to have it 1
Watches, Pe !>:t* t' t tat societies in the city. and Rings. pure .>1
: Bracelets. Etc. Every- on parade air, roll him in one nod wLolcfcome. Then it Is really a ,

'YOuR for the prettiest babies I thing in Jewelry.always Our i of our carriages He will show up :j healthy d nourishing dish, and maybe {
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The prizes are
aS i tomorow are customers. better because be will feel better. J. partaken of freely. We have a ci
PROPERTY at the show to be given pleased.RADFORD ,
, exhibition at Radford's They are i B Barton & Co., A. L. Campbell gi/odly variety of flavors and we .:

on beautiful prizes, but we would hats I manager. It"Here's guarantee every ingredient In every :.t
WITHUS. unless we I ounce of it to be perfectly pure and i
to be one of the Judges .
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[ cleanly made.FLORIDA
at1R contemplated taking tbe five o'clock to your health and hop- ;1

train for parts unknown. pine'3"-DeWltt.s Little Early Risers

Ladies. I have just opened a dressmaking -famous little pills. Nasty, sick BOOK

S.'REALTY[ Co. 'room In tbe Lewin building, I The Jeweler J headache or biliousness may com on

I acd will guaranteed be,glad.to serve Give you me a Satisfaction triaLMRS. } lIvt OAK flA. Sold eny time by City; tbe Pharmacy.cure is an Early Riser.d* AND NEWS CO. ',#

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Bcrbaak o. the r.-riJi of.ChiJdfta.; Tire Little Paper Printed mere Pa the -:

Used to Lave what general .SCHEDULE. -: '.
It I* quite true that skill In am. Tte following shows
WITH ALL TRADJS OH S.'ILL zY Axe A. C. U KT
particular direction does not nece3-;"Tlsnt filled with cuts and pictures :oncers now In active service will still : CONNECTS .u Uy _

artHy II aUf,. one to speak with authority nor the latest news despatches; s sAnd ii'be on the active list of the army In s; aaAD ao.R C'GftW.&I.?s. .
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en any subject But surely the paper's often dampened.I the years named If they are still UT- "I lis.t- _, __ it *'_ NS ZMizsjYzti J :-

studied with sym- and the print is sometimes blur- Mail : ::: .., ..1 <0;>-;' =} ; Ibi "
one *to Las long ing and do not resign: and n'ATlO.'G. !
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pittetie sad transforming Insight the red.There 190S-Wood, Weston Grant d Daia. V' :.:'.--. I --=- fs. '

fortes mad tendencies underlying the is only one edition and the eye Greel!'. Bell. Funston. Carter Bliss. -

development of plant life may be accredited quite often catches Barry. Mills, Edgarly. Duvall Perking t3 a- 1 ._., P...L_ l eOek-C __.. ._-1 I. I.- .:": -

i ith a growing Insight into Traces of a missing letter and at Myers1e9Wood ,
I se a m t It aSotie :?'.a._ i -
I the forces and influences that mare times a mls-spellel word.Xo Weston Grant Bell Pf : =..___ LEOSa i i

the ten- S 5&.p-, !:!.. 4i.as tb ..JI 1
of more
I for t development Barry. MillsEdgarly. I'
cablegrams nor specials anywherethe Funston, Carter. Bliss, J' 3 S$I IL %... t.-ha.. ...- _
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human plant.
tier and complex
Pershing. Myer. -
eye engages: Duvall. t Ia a mi .a OE ..t.tY- U. t"-iMlI. f.4t
At any ate ve are thankful that Fucs- ) W- --t..J '
1r. Burbank tas turned his wonder The make-up mayhap a trifle crudeand 1916-\\ood. Grant Bell. _.cUP.lL-: w _.. ,.... -

Lion Carter. Bliss, Barry Mills Du -
fnl and delicately trained powers of primitive. .5Itj r-- 1' YiD&I I ::
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observation and reason upon the But an atmosphere of home life fills rail Pershing. Meyen ,Ill a m L. .-- aS _".

most Ttral of human problems-the and permeates: the pages 1911 Wood. Grant. Bell Fuas- I tAr __ .-.dI.. -'
trtitmstkie ,, -Fe
re:ring and training of the little Of U.e little country paper printed ton. Carter. Bliss BarrY. :Mills PerchIng 0) a m a zo p at es -" "---1 J' -a h a10I4am

rep--the joy of the present and the where you used to live. ; c It pa; C5W Zg Biftr---- 1ISh fU

hope of the future. Life would Indeed rerw..a.- ..
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Grant. Bell. Fun ,. .
be richer and the world made How the heart grows soft and tenderwhile I UU-If-Wood. : .p.JAr. -._..- b 1

tappler and better. If people eT ry- its columns you're persu- stone Carter Bliss Barry. Mills. 1I..I_1 _' '.__.. ,tta 1.-;
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wbere would derote to this problem ing.Every. Pershing. I lz A- T -.,.:,

j core of the care and thought and item is familiar every name I t.! 1915-Wood. Bell. Funston. Car- Ie:e 5.56$ a. s_I Y t U'f.

you know full well _._.__-Ka70-- 1'. J '-f
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per-al ,(ter, Bliss Barry. Mils Pershing. Ut5.
And a flood of recollect-on passes o'er la. fl'U
n10a ccP-tY--- iF"edr- :: ,
1916 Wood. Bell Funston Bliss ml s
i to the affairs of business. while you're musingOn s-.

)!r. Bnrbank's statement challenges the past. and weaves about you Barry Mills Pershing. ID a ta41Ps'Ly Y _...s.lt l--t-- '-!lliit .S -_

our attention and careful con- an Imaginative spell. IS 17-18-Wood. Bell Fun- on. UZI. ( R P..; .--- u.. I ii a"i 8.-

5I tn.tIol.rte ware of public Barry. Mills Perlsh ng. Ut5.51'P- -- ;. I...,..,.

dishonesty which seems (?). to be You can see the old home villlages Funston Barry. 4! ,L. t.-.8!
1919-Wood. Bell. s 11 P-f r.'L' to
sweeping over this country is chiefly once again in fancy; seemingTo .Ly rU-
Perishing.
1 due to a lack of proper training be clasping hands of neighbor, Funston. Peeking .J SIT.= .. E3it.tsfta
1920: -Wood, Bell :F---F --" E B
breeding If you will in the formative and of friend and relative; 5 3S P .1'a is
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years of life." Many a home Idly fondly dreaming It. m 5a.L .._.- 1Zto
1 1-Wood. Funs oD, Perishing.19:9Fnnston.Army per-- _....
.. by neglect or indulgence which is O'er the little country paper printed and NavyJoarnaL au m 550P'- -- -.IAJ.I.l.,.

only an insidious form of parental where yon used to live I gc ,

weakness, is now engaged in the -Kansas City Journal. (d) Tcfecn or Telephone Station. ID Flag Slabon. 1ft Segi fez W ZLesaLr.. iisa.av

breeding we cannot call It rearing, stabos T. P. lasso, somas,
G. W. Cloyd. a merchant, of Plunk. ..... c-a er AiesL
of moral weaklings from whom win Along with numerous faults Ben-
MOL, had a narrow escape four years
be recruited the criminals of the future jamin Ryan Tillman possesses a very ..
ago. when he ran a jimson bur Into ---- ----
or of the selfish, self-indulgent considerable quantity of that commodity -
his thumb. He says: Tte doctor
wto are to prey: upon, hinder or known as common sense. He
wanted to amputate it but I wouldnot
contaminate the social or business lost no part of his reputation as a TO THE JAMESTOWN
consent I bought a box of Buek-
t life of the coming generation. level-headed man when he told a re-
.: :en.& Arnica aive:: and that cured the
The early years of childhood up to porter at Atlanta that since the nomination "
dangerous wound. 25c at Barclay
ten. he holds. are most susceptible of Mr. Bryan seems certain .
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.& Groover druggists. d-
f to the suggestion the implanting to a substantial southern man shouldbe EXPOSITION

the inner quickening--call it what named for the second place on the

you will, of the homely but fundamental ticket. If the Democrats apply this The Arctic Has Attractions.
I'I
virtues. During this periodof next feel fully "
we
suggestion year "I cannot imagine. said the woman -

I growth toward the truest light of justified in predicting that the party I I I with the short sleeves, "why In VIA --. -

storing the golden qualities of the will gain much and lose nothing in the world Eskimos live in their country .

higher life the most healthful and
consequence. Washington Herald. after they have learned what is

stimulating environment are the to be had and seen in civilized places

home of love and the free open air of THE DEMON OF WORRY. no hotels no trains no street cars The Atlantic Coast Line RailwayPeople

tie God-made country. To this last Worry is one of the most fatalof
no shops no schools, no churches. no
heed might well be given by thoseof all transgressions. It is a sin all over Florida, see the Atlantic Cart lit:
clubs no yachts no &C&D.dals-they
the who after the
city man's country opportunities yearn for the bet- against not one organ of the body positively have nothing that we have.' "purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown ExcsScs,
but against the body as a whole. It
ter rearing of children. is a demon whose pressure Is felt 'Possibly that Is the" reason the I.Two daily trains each way with through PuDman bcI4
I stay where they are ventured the
But let Mr. Burbank speak in his I
upon the heart and there is ;ot a
own clear and strong way: capillary In any gland or tissue I man with the dinner jacket.If :sleeping cars.Season .

-In child environment is
rearing the 1
which does not shrink under
equally essential with heredity. Mr. Bryan will withdraw Mr. Tc-
acd fifteen limit excursions.
glance of its gloomy eyes. A man I sixty day day
There is no such thing In the world \Vatterson has a dark horse sound of

there never has been such a thing as who worries is slowly draining the I I wind and limb which he will enter kets en eale daily frcm April J6th to Nov. 3Cth, at ICWB&|
stunts
springs of life. He not only
for for the presidential stakes and guar-
a predestined child-predestined himself but he makes it harder for Coach excursions at very low rates.
heaven or belL Heredity is simplythe rantee that he takes them. He does
others to grow and blossom. Depression
sum of all the effects of all the not name him but as the propositionis For further imformation see nearest railroad
is a vice and like all vices your
environments of all past generationson interesting and guessing a high
it must be dealt with firmly and
the responsive, ever moving life with rigor. privilege The Star will make a agent or write FRANK C. BOYLSTOiH

ford guess. What is the matter with the
What Is the effect of your presence
"Xo boy or girl should see the In- Hon. Adlai Stevenson, of Illinois! District Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast La
In your home! Does your look I ,
n side of a sctooltouse: until at least What Democrat dares say that he is
fall like a sunbeam or a shadow I
ten years old. I am speaking now not all right? I Jacksonville Florida.
across the breakfast-table? Does ,
of the boy or girl who can be reared !t -
your conversation lie like a strip of l
In the only place that is truly fittingto -:Mrs. S. Joyce. ISO Sullivan St.:
summer sky or a patch of midnight I 4i I
bring up a boy or a pa.nt- Clsrenount:: N. H., writes: "Abouta i
across the family life? Upon what
country. The curSe of modern child yea ago I bought two bottles of
subjects do you speak with largest
life in America is overedneation Foleys Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa
freedom and keenest relishyouraches
"Pick out any trait you want in severe case of Kidney trouble of
and failures or the things
;four child granted that he is a nor- several years' standing It certainly SEABOARDt
which are beautiful and fine and

mal child. be It honesty purity lovableness. high? For your own sake and fort "s a g anj. good medicine, and I 1+

industry thrift what not. :i
e sake of others you ought to ceartily recomend It." City Phar
By surrounding this child with sun-
bring your soul into a jubilant macy. d-w. t ii Airline Railway.
shine from tte sky and from your
mood. All Christian virtues growunder
own heart by giving him the closest
a sky filled with sun and the Ills Main Product. :i
communion with nature, by feeding
man or woman who persists In being t Savannan P _
this child nutritious food by giving gloomy: and sour and moody will $
It all that is implied in healthful taTe his tome filled at last with "I heard your husband is an Investor I Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, BaltimorePhiladelphia

environmental influences and by : Mrs. and New York.
Hardup. What
weeds and brambles and briers-Dr. ; are his
doing it in love you can cultivatein : l
C E. Jefferson In The World'sChristmas principal works In that direction _
the child and Cx there for all its "Excuses for "
Tree not working. .+

life Christian all of Advocate.these traits."-Southern 'Ii TWO ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS\ DfUlY


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China.Swatow.May Province 27.= A of rebellion Kawangtung.has Seaboard Express Seaboard Mai

broken out at Wong Kong. All civil ,

and military officials: at Wong Kong 1 do! t ---

kaTe been assassinated and their ya- N
If.+ Modern
mens burned.: : Pullman : Equipment. .1

The local revolutionists joined by + --

natives of neighboring provinces

concentrated for an attack on officials I The Lin*
Jamestown
without being molested by the I ForDyspepsia :: Exposition

population. The military commander

has mustered the station guards and :i: NORFOLK, VA. t ti

started for tte scene of the outbreak
Excursion Tickets S-*le Dai1.-f
Steps are being taken by local police: i on ;

to prevent excesses: here.

Canton. China. May 27. Admiral Gives rest to the stomach. For indigestion, dyspepsia, sour t For full information and Sleeper reservations csII m a:1 rt J

11. with detachments of troops is tired stomach. weak stomach.windy stomach puffed stoma.ch.stomach. 1 of Seaboaid, or write. ,t .

proceeding to tte scene of tbe ut-* stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relied nelToua S. C. BOTLSTQK. J*.. Asst.. Gent Pass.Agent. JackXTeT f

lug in tte Uplng district Accordingto Sew LeS. Dl,..*M*.rr*i Eat *-'m inn .
the advices received by the German IPT'- ...... ,.. s,... a..., _a.u- t

eabe company at St angbaf. dls- A. ..... I la, -....-. _..... -- 1


P-ttfrber-e%..i'.rnd taTe tile situation also broken Is apprreatf out a*- The City Pharmacy. ADVERTISE In The DeII1 i


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.. LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESDAY MAY 2!?. 19O7. ;
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_Ortno Laxative Fruit Syrup la be' When your rood tins not been properly

for women and children. Its mile digested the entire system is Live Oak CLINTON
Co.
eUoa and pleasant tasteaakea, It Impaired in the same proportion. M'f'g. [ &MUKS -E
such
preferable to Tlolent purgatives Your stomach needs help. Kodol For
f ; tablets, etc. Get the booklet Indigestion
and
pills
as Dypepsia not only Manufacturers of
: and a sample of Ortno at City Pharmacy digests what you eat. It tones the
dew' stomach Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights
and adds
strength; to the ,,
whole body. Makes rich, pure blood. Y .

Cured. Kodol conforms to the National Pare Power and Turpentine. Wholesale and Re- F
"See here!" cried the irate man. Food and Drug Law. '
,-i propose to sue you. Look at m;,. Pharmacy Sold by City; Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Res>Men,-
d or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power-
professed to euro---
*Lead! You tail Dealers-in Flori-
and
M\Valt a minute" interrupted the The Brute. day night current-for manufacturing purposes.

v maker of Fakeley's Balsam; "we ad- Mrs. Jawback-We've got to get Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special atten

vertise that we cure partial baldness rid of that parrot. tion. and! all orders prom Dili' filled. I da and Western

"*and not"Weil Mr. Jawback-What's the matter We will give you good: prices on low grade ceiling and
: I was only partially bald with It? *
flooring. Come and get our prices-
when I started using your stuff; now Mrs. Jawback-Its talks all the

I haven't a hair!" ,time. MEATSPhone '

"Well. then you're cured of your; Mr. Jawback-Honest
,
you're the

.-<' partial Standard.baldness arn't you?"-Catholic Cleveland most Jealous leader.'Yonderful woman. I ever saw.- Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.


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t Schedule Effective, May 19. 1907.
A little Kodol tawes occasionaly.especially S Eczema Cure. --
after eating will relieve "Our little wtsy sonwi EAST BOUND Promdt deliveries .1
boy had eczema for five is?.CLASS ;2n.ctass 1ST.C'LA.IS 2NDCLASai.il
and heart- .
lOur stomach belching years" writes N. A. Adams Henriet-: A Frt. and taU II; Passer Passed- Frt. aDd -
B. Jones of Newport Tenn.. > Pass, ter. Pass Pa.u. ser aer P....
J.
I. burn. ta. a"Two of
our home doctors
:. says three bottles of Kodol cured him said the case was hopeless his lungs Nat: Na 6, No.Ie No.L +_N"6.j No.11 Ne,4. anywhere in the j
Sunday Daily ex- Daily unday Sunday Daibex.
of dyspepsia It is sold here by City being affected. We then employed DaiIJ' Only Sunday. ,ex. S 0Db' 01117 I SundaJ'

| pkarmacj other doctors but no benefit resulted. A. M. P. ItL -P.L- ;5 : P. M. ''AM: :'";I A'H: :'" City. 1
Leave Leave Leave f Arrive Arrive. Arrive I Arrive
By chance we read about Electric 2 2 40 ,,-Live Oak_ ub 1 ( 3:
|t .b tea Age. Bitters; bought a bottle and : 1 2 : 3 00 :::::::::.=,:,.,.-Starr.... ===:-':Ii : 47 : :1 : :1 : itS
was mama born soon II ZZ Z 22 a :#....... ........__... _..____ I Q t 9 4\1 1004II ,1
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1 "Papa. what year nticed Improvement. We" continuedthis 2. 225 a lb(.__........._Platt....___._.....-. a 6 401' : 1000
I-! !" medicine until : : 2 34 = 31!{............_._.... Lancaster .. S 11 : : %8 941 :..
,n several bottles Ar Ar 2 4&Ar! 40-. .............cnt'IDIf Park ', ,
[ "in 1860. Willie. Her birthday were used when boy L. Ly 4SLy -. ..... -_". ILy 9 !O Ly 9 25 .}
our was completely 8 9' 4 411 4 0o'-_-.... .- Dowlinlf._ Park --.- .. Ar i 9 Ly 5 10LAr f 14''Ar 9 14 The Great flea aGh6 Cure
[ .is February. cured." Best of all blood 8571 4 r.7 4 1oi_.."._"" "und:oo--_-_ S 1st} 5 071 9 lISl 9 10
a 09 i 31 or OJa
make her forty-seven ;
would
"That medicines and body building health CIO a cool 4201._ ...-.._ __. 306. I OOLy 9 o0I I Cot Bromo-- Pep sin
I wouldn't it? 8 561! 84')
years old. tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & Oil I 5 061 4 as _..._..........-8.10_._. s S ool 4 5-'Ar I 850: i .3 .
|l "Ahem! Not necessarily. -Denver Groover Drug Store. BOc. d-w" \

\ 4O.,2......... .............- ... Note the Word Pepsin" ;
Joat.t 9 331 5 3S 5 IS ......._._...._Fenbollaway__.___ 2 244 18 IS 1st 7 51
Used To 9 55 56$ 515 ....._..:__...._Perry-___ i 1 4 06' 8 I 7 40Arlll Beadacho. Indigestion
t It. OS Ar 6 i. .....?.......-Hampt.on SDrnas_._.. Ly 200Lv 356 Lv T r"olLy 7 15i G LS ,
De Witt's CarboUzed. Witch Hazel "If the telegraphers do strike they i P. 20jAr i ItL A. 11. ( P. ]t. A. I U R Insomnia Seriousness

Sale does not merely heal oa the curt ought to find it an easy matter to

free it penetrates the pores and get along while they are idle." )1.0XU AI/TOX U1CANCJI. On the Spot. .

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promptly relieves pain caused by "How Is that?" So Opiates Absolutely Harmless

bolls barns, scalds cuts and skin "Why. aren't they used to living on WEST BOlI: o. EAST BOUNDs I
1U DragfUtf. IDt M ui SOt .
disease It Is especially good for tick!"-Baltimore American.
S; Frt. ds Passed P..n Frt. k Frt. 'Pssaen for Sal_
; piles. Beware of imitations. Sold byt P..... I' Pass : ser der I I Pass Pass. Ifer By '
r"- The 1
City Pharmacy. d No:7. Dailyt Na ildayjSunNo.d13ay t Na. 8Daily. No.10. Na 14. City PharmacyLIVE
CONFEDERATE VETERAN RE- Dally Sun Daily ulldaJ''sulldarexSulL :
ex. u.. Only Only ex.Su. esSun Only Only OAK FLA.
What He Missed.Un. UNION.:
A. JI. P. M. A. M. I P. M. A. JL P. A. M.. rt, il-23-trwi-vi.
Goodley-Gracious! Just list Leave tray' Lea. Leave Amy. Arrive Arrive Arrive 1

; ea to that clergyman I'm positive Richmond, Va. : :; 440 4561 : : : : ::::::::::::.Mayo...._ irk.....=.=::::: T 7 Ss Sty 243 300 : 42: 222! 3: '

ti'i wearing. Evidently he's missed : : s b06.3. s : 03 15 : ::.::::::::::::::::-Peterson.-Mayo..._...:::::::::::::: s 7 7 r.I'. = ruts 33 :w 3a'J j : w 12 H. J. MORRIS 1

kit vocation.Mr. ArlO 06 Ar 5 40 Arlj 26 4 U ....................Alton .__........_., L. 7 w Ly 2 10 Ly 8 i.NLv: 1 Sis
Goodley No. I think It was The Seaboard Air Line Railway Contractor and Builder1
low excursion rates from Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for al trains to and
Press.Kldney announces j
L 111 train.-Philadelphia from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to compactions with othr Apply for plans, estimatesand

all Florida points made one cent per lines call on any ticket agent. Trains makes corn,._..!...- _t i .e. C-L wits all specifications.Office .
mile to Richmond Va., and return Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.J. .
complaint kills more people
account of the Re-Union. Tickets on LEE ENSIGN, "rt'.idt'nt. R. P. HOPKINS Traffi :Manager.S. : on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing.
other disease. This is due
teas any sale May 26. 27. 28, 29 and 30th. T. iRIXSIIAW. Superintendent.ANALYZED.
to the disease being so Insidious that
The Seaboard operates double daily
It to Ua good hold on the system be service from Tampa. Jacksonville ''III II I Mill tlM'IMM
U recognized. Foley's Kidder i
fore It I
t and other Florida points. Extra DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR
Core will prevent the develop- ; ; ; ;
;;
through Pullman sleepers and day i
of fatal disease If taken In time.
;t Qty Beat Pharmacy.. d-w coaches may be have made been comfortable.arranged, so all t; VETERINARY. \ \

'
In order to allow their patrons to : Solicits your patronage-Office
i Not Going at AU. visit the Jamestown Exposition the at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 |

F- "1 malt be going:' aeciared the Seaboard will honor return portion II < i ,11,111.11111,1,1 II'

josnj man for the fourteenth time. of Richmond tickets from Ports- .

Not at all," responded the young mouth. The total round trip rates
; i lady TOO are sitting perfectly still.
from some of the important points In
\t I snare yon."-Louisville Courier- Florida., are as follows. Chamberlain'sCofic

! Journal. Jacksonville . . . $13.73;

Lake City . . . . 13.5 All over the U. S. and in foreign countries the remarkable Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy

, When your back aches It Is almost Live Oak . . . . 13.75 popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the attention -

. hnrlably! an Indication that some- :Madison . . . . 14.0'> tieL aDd As iD a dIreCt same eases consequence the eriticiam Coca-Cola of Health baa been and careful Pure Food J' anaIJ'sed Authori-ia Almost every family has needof

; + ;Stein; Is wrong with your kidneys. Monticello . . .. . 14.65 every'section by the most eminent been chemists ret1IrnMIn and never fac the ia consensus a single Instance of- a reliable remedy for colic or
bas d.torJreport
I> ,i...Weak Diseased kidneys frequentlyCUM Tallahassee . . . 15.45 endings ie that a "THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN COCA-COLA q diarrhea at sorie rime during the

- i a break down of the entire sys- Gainesville . . ._ . 15.15 ANY MORE HARMFUL THAN 13 roUND IN TEA 0&COFFEE"' .

: 't;.. DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Ocala . . .. . 15.'7 5 Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. Jacksonvllie Fla. year.This remedy is recommendedby

. ?-Pills.afford prompt relief weak kid- Leesburg . . . . 16.55; dealers who have sold it for

. *.ari>,backache. Inflammation of the Tavares . ... .. . I6-7" many years and know its :value.

,. I ;fodder and all urinary troubles. Apopka . . ... . 16-70 It has received thousands cf }

i:t8rt4 by City Pharmacy. d* Orlando . . . . 16.73 testimonials from grateful people.It .
has be'-n prescribed by phy-
'" Dade City . . . . 17.05 sicians with the most satisfactory

Learning.. Plant City . . . . 17-55 results.It .

; ...j ."Do..... r you play bridge whist!" Tampa . . . . 17.55Manatee has often saved life before

..0. answered young Mrs. Tor- . . . . 18.50 medicine .gild have been sent for
> "
C\kbts, i can manage the cards all Palmetto . . . . 18.50 or a physician summoned.It .

pi. bat it will take me another Bradentown . . . 18.50 O only costs a quarter. Can

W$ or two to understand how the Sarasota . . . . I8-70 you afford to risk so much for so
I g imre b kept"-Washington Star. .X little? BUY IT NOW
announcedfor
While these rates are s. ss
Veterans they
Playing Safe. the Confederate
t .
: how, JimmjTM. \" open to the public.

t ,' : dad?" The Seaboard have issue a very SicifwereA KILL THE COUCHAND
"Try folder de-
to keep that Boston girl out- attractive and expensive
--flan occasion. Copies CURE THE LUNGS
,a conservatory. A drop in tem- voted entirely to this I

f aeratare would kill them flowers."- of this folder and other Informa- PURELY VEGETABLE '

I'fWtsbnrg!: post. tion can be obtained on applicationto COMPOUND WITH Dr
ings
.. any Seaboard agent or to

W'u the Democrat party had the In- S. C. BOY LSTON, Jr.. CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP- ,

Ition of a common intelligence it Assistant General Passenger Agent. QUICKLY CURES SIA MALARIA. CHILLS and New Diacguery

: I w-+ld not hesitate to turn to the Jacksonville, Fla. ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.A .
as which contains ln GU.lml.SOT (,". GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by I FOR COUCHS n.Cjf.cn.
Its best
t his and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- Trial Bottle Free
at LIVER
,___and a stamina. and draft a senor sixty Notice days is after hereby the first gi fvon.t publIcatloDof chased TORPID today may save yoU c. sick spell tomorrow.CURED AND ALL THROAT ANd LUNG TROUBLES.
representative for president,
and
of. SATISFACTOIM?
GUARANTEED
guardian
sieviat! this notice I. as
:= )Ir Bryan of the empty for the estate of Haffie Louise Stripling or CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER OR HONEY BEF'UNDED.F y

.- ?t of being again the logical and,1'n r minor will make my annual ALL OTHER MEDICINES rAILED

the hopeless candidate of hiss and vouchers of said Guard- Tex., f
repor. Whitewall Emory
'" 1I ft1" N. Con- Mrs.V.. A.
:; -New York Sun. iansnip. to the Honorable J. child bad chills and fever
"My
writes
tbe
nor. County Judge, at his office in; We tried aU.kinds of WORTHY
--- = and will at for four years.
Florida
t; of
city of Live Oak medicin. and finally an acquaintance
<
.... .'4; NOTICE. said time ask for a final discharge mine recommended Ilerbine. \i e use"4
'
. Ir4 JWe. is hereby given that the from said guardianship.J. N. STRIPLING. I three bottles cured.and the child is permissionto now.completely oR6ANsr.JtSoJd

..- red, as administrator of the Guardian for Haff'ie Louise Stripling. this You.have.my testimonial as I ebeei. direct from factory at factorprice..
0 .A- Adams,'deceased, will I fully publi..h recommend Herbine to all mothers I Send for free Catalog Mention this paper.
ra
; tlcn aJ: the Ant day of July Getting Lone
Its. .mat his vouchers, receipts "John Is it true that money tally! LARGE BOTTIE. SOc GET THE GENUINE
I
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. ,. ( of and for the Estate < "That's: what they say dear. 1 BJ1LW8B SNOW LINIMENT CO. !
dams leave a little !
wish you'd
deceased I
and there- .ell. LOUIS. U. S. AI .
I day I ST. .
ap$17. tor, his final discharge as here to talk to me during the I .......
.. tor ; lonesome for '.4o (',.. '. -- "" ..-.,... .....,.,.
of the said estate. I'm getting mighty uY .. "r.r..CIr.
Houston .4ot ....LI..a..a> ...
J. H. conversation. BY uss 'v a ea.Ns
WETHERINQTON. some of that I SOLD AND RECOMMENDED

Administrator. ; Post.

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1 and Localsf Bally Shaw

1 1I SIvies' Guild hopes that aH'wffi .

f 1. L. xms is rs as b the-b:2es-: big teir Sanies to-tie oM Baisdes -

a"I. !i: b bsB&2 today, at tour o'eloci.; A POPULAR SUMMER SCHOOL "

Tier win &e seer prizes one fort

N I.. .Sr:ss a i :r.aa"""" bOr. a-- boy m2.ier ST* rears; one .

I. -- L; 2 ls.n .e Pia soest;. setH !ifior: the 'past Ii ar .aisiasTA InBool iness practice Steno Typ writing.Te1. .,

I I Lire tn> zy.li j|Car the pretties giri same age; .one j

1 1 i far Use gfgtae=c girt bajv also one and English Training will be conducted at a;,.: :.

F: T+ mle8 fer Q' er xfce r 2esC boy bafcy a adcr two "
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his b. h r-! .
! 1 a. 1 -s. -
I
1 1j S
; I curl t Creaa aad cake w BI be said oa tie

j .f.". -Case t>* kelp a gwod exu: 'e .

Jae Ives flf Lake LTt, -.- b titrel I II Tie adacs n See. of tea rests esezcfe -

I ;o.fas_, T g H a steermss. JC5s; ootr
i a versRi is one vote

; .En:1 Fz'sk'3e1- -- j f ter eaci acss$. We co tkis oa accooatFaitfafal

l !ref sot h peattkotx' to rye=uidr vot1 -
Jzs< rem b-a 1 ESecrfzl
ash a.--e II-z s to ffsi vi ii1! sg
: Heal CoSee. Peroosaots.C .
8 Ja! ',eos I J
C" Busies, asi Tea pots CaB>

LY' te ee3... his a .5esare to:w
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I tiea. J- c.'TIen, SS.wai Helper
,. 1? Joe HiaeJy and Arthar Lewta. were S

fzPrizI far tie ladles ar-
helpers
t S e an :J oig 1aQes c 1oM :

I Ce iair siow tatted wias so.3e rgsg the baby show this morafng.t '

; t14eT tanmglt with their
t s = -g & ::a. get I
1 ea' 1bz don m>> avews a As aszk 'work ttsy adjourned to the Hiaely- For Short. Practical and intensely interesting courses of study former

Sse hers bad and we best. Special class m Penmanship by the I
;f we fear Zoe wo1 ; uTe a.z Cosspaav's I work. we have the anti

overheard them sinW ... $50.00 57 .oO and 9000. '
, b2 re U1e Zs: to wear wi b Scholarships: $40-00. ,
I I
-I wish I was a bahy

3:1ss Es& Pzzstiry. we are told. A charming Httte Cower. SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE ?
w'.3s: 'x 'Q a. 3::rl'et t roga herr
A playthias for the ladies.
-wk: ; 'Will fatter Ohio:
As I was ia chfidhood's tour.
I zreswe _---.1'eIy is. Zrost of tie Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St

! exr-.1: &:se.. Work las air-air Vegxa O.*.. wiea I was a. baby

1 i cs tN The old Pxrsb- They'd make :::e such nice clothes' LUTE OAK FLORIDA -

i yes: b :B.--K whiea is a Sisissark 1:,, mod bsy me nice moroccoshoes.

I LEse Oat wa I* rsac eau to saiejlor I! ** wipe mv Sttle nose. L. M. HATTOX, G. S. STEPHENS, _

; ... rs vem i:* z r saw*. I President and Proprietor '
i a t>h, w ben I was a baby

SL E. Bear west g iiTS z2 Peal -I i Tieyd take me oa their lap

. :.k fie. ye=Er ay. ass being aseaseS. -. Aid GU my Sole stomach tuB -1

: 1bl to: : azyttrag from a tJoa%. i i Of lofflysass; and pap.Aad -
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jc.e .1ttOl.a Jog, aK usaetflaiTrty itzrDe. I
when the shades of night HIGH BEEF PRICES.The .
! s ,+3 or as eaidIy as a SGtt-s.. _' John B. Stetson
i case co. = Universe
! His coasgaTMis were Zack
Iar o'er bow '. Trut' Anion May Cao--e a Big
{ e -ept ray
1Y1zes: and B. T BardfTt.: ; aad &5fl Zackos. .
l ; FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL
Advaace. SCHOOLS :
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y
fl+ a.p ea-ed tie streets this = ,4

i, 22 eripirled .). dad Bardiat rxa't j MORE RAILROAD LEGI LAT1OX.I Chicago. :May 27.--Meat prices In DELAND, FLORIDA '

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I ".
i : > Em bfe. we iTCagfye they w ere I I Chicago may jump skyward this week .

i ;+a themselves o2 for water I Eoorelt to Let Tariff Laws Aloae unless the beef trust recedes from its Affiliated with the University of Chicago Z'

! ]t..T'C i 1 Hill forWaskiagtoa 3 gitatiou.Lies azaoanced Intention to delay the pay- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.The standards are those of fceilLversity >

i -, ay 27.-President meet oa certain. of its live stock pur- of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees 2ns. ktt+
a It wd be remembered that taj i cia ed until they have passed the Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs
! | EooseTelc is not remo'ely con; "erin?
! Apr last Miss Eie B3a. i gin. sUfcer' government post-mortem examinauoa. I COLLEGE OF W.-Gra.duates of this CoHega are adaiiSBatejse-::
: the rension of the tan laws of the tire law ia Florida without examination.:
i of Mrs \V. D. Feavy, was sick here .,
COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF
country at this time and will not MECHlSHJiEl
with. txsu pdoa. asd tie good ; make a recommendation to congress i Mechanical.. Civil Electrical Engineering and *f aaul Trais&g CBKO
ladies of oar town interested themselves FIVE HUNDRED HOMESEEKERSC.XGHT leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment
I i in this connection at tie opening of COLLEGE OF BtS
"ESS-Ba.nk1ng In all
-branches. Bot&ze
ia her betalf. and se=t her to' TERRITORY STOR3L .
the next ses On. The president is not by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective COCKS epax
the tome of her brother and sister in l
responsible for the recent renewal of other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious baDdlag.
Texas. She vas a jooog lady, lIIrhot.a.d i PREPARATORY .ACADIDlY4-Graduates prepared to ester Bnct
I the agitation ia favor of tariff reviJdcn. Tests Only Shelter at New Town of
hosts of friends here and so ia- t i,Yale Princeton, Cornell. Michigan Chicago and all first-cla Ord
tere ted were our ladies in assisting;j! Neither is any member of his Eschiti in Big Pasture i NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-1. Kindergarten 4a ::>,m
i administration with the approval of building. 3. Primary and Grammar School In separate bu& sg. tits
her, that Mrs. C. X. HUdreta. Jr.. at-> Lawton Okla. May 27.-With no Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.
the chief executive. The president ;
companied her to Jacksonville to see | shelter other than a few teats the MUSIC SCHOOL.-A 110000.00 pipe organ a dozes SUB*cps* I
J believes that the recent tariff revi-
that she was comfortably provided for doe prospective citizens of the one- building. large faculty, thorough courses of study.
i I sion agitation has been started and ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models errs
oa a Pullman car destined to Texas i day-old town of Eschid. In the big
fostered by opponents of his ad-I Stetson has a faculty of 4 3 professors and lDstnact rs. TheykMfc
The Wheeler County Texan, published ministration. .pasture who did not take refuge in grees from the University of Chicago. Harvard Yale DartastiVC, *

at Shamrock Texas gives the following I the limited buildings at the railroad ombia. Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bowdoia. Utrecht. Bsto.
The prseident expects the most important -
University of
account of her death which town of Kell its opponent were com- Michigan Dennison and other tniversitiesThere
work of the next congress to 300000.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a Quarter milt fe3redowmeat :
will be read with regret by her many pelled to face one of the worst raIn-
I be tte amplifying and amending of ; an endowed library of over 13.000 volumes; a beazdft ds*
friends In Live Oak: The Texan regrets the railroad rate laws. The world storms known to have crossed the with costly furnishings, Including stained glass windows I oil pct

to announce the death of Miss "big pasture" last evening. The last a $10.000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatat vast
.. will know how he feels about the closed Athletic Field Ciaeti si
C e Blasingim.: which sad event occurred direct news from Eschiti. where sale running track tennis courts. baseball
railroad situation after May 39, fore gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other sports; septate fc*
at the home of ter brother. has prepared aa exhaustive speechoa began yesterday, was at 7 o'clock last Ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for Chemisay Pljs .

A. L*. Blasingim near Wheeler Tuesday night that a fierce storm was In pro- Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several large museuss sal fia*
the subject which he will dearer
afternoon May 21. 1397. The gress. All night and today the rain electric lights electric bells steam beat cement walks siefl ttmto,IrIIi
oa that day ot Indianapolis. avenues, spacious *-
campus shrubbery and trees; social: Htm
deceased came here last April from accompanied by much lightning and
The president believes that the and other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christiaa aad ** *
her home near Tampa, Florida. with railroad Interests knowing 0: his wind. and in parts much hail, has tarian teaching. The location Is beautiful and healthful and tIe a0: *

the hope that a change of climate continued. are low. For catalogs, views and Information address the Frtut; ISif.
determination to have further legislation -
might prove beneficial to her waninghealth. LINCOLN MULLET
at the next congress. have start-
She had Just reached womanhood I Dates for Picnic Chaaged.
'I ed the tariff revision propaganda with .
being in her twentieth year '
the Idea of drawing attention from Dear Democrat-I thank you for

Funeral services were held at the ; what is man interesting the presi announcing the Little River picnic VISIT ThE POPULAR HEALTH ANa PLEASURE RESCRT

home of Boling Sweat In Shamrock I dent. In the opinion of the administration but I find myself too hasty in giving

conducted by Rev. L. B. Sawyer ofWteeler. date. I understand that the :
the ring-leader in this movement majority
: and the remains were Interred of the people around Little River DOWLING PARK
is James J. Hill of the Great cannot
In the: Shamrock cemetery." Northern. be ready by June lath so I am

requested to announce the date
The president believing that the
VICTORY FOR VP.. LGE.. tariff revision agitation is intended to changed from June 12th to July 10th. -WAT DOttfe UPC THE StlLJUkkEE SftE-

Procter Ridley, ot Live Oak Is re-
(Continued from page one.) divert attention from his railroad pro- r
f quested to be present and speak for Mineral Springs. Hotel and Cottage*
gramme proposes to ask not
congress ,
close and its political complexion Is I as on that day. Sincerely. .
to aU intents and purposes thoroughly to pay heed to it and to assent to the F. P. McCALL. HOT AND Cal D BATHS UNSURPASSED. OOD TABLE. GOCOBE3S. 1**

fixed. it mast be said that the legislative j postponement. of the subject to another WATER IN EVERY ROOL BILLIARD TABLES. TELE UPH-

body has been pretty well in I session. CURES ALL SKIN TROUBLES. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAV1LUOKS. 3

harmony with the executive branch The president has bad some reflection RATES REASONABLE i ""ESFROM LIVE ." &1"QJL.F. .-

and the houses In harmony with each f of sentiment from a few states Sulphur the Accepted Remedy for COUECnOtllf un- ,:

other. For a little while it was fear in the east and northwest for tariff a Hundred Years "
ACORESS PORK HOTEL FLORID/L 'VE
ed that. the lines were bieng drawn revision but he has not had any such DOWLING PflRK. L
Sulphur Is one of the greatest
between house and senate in a man sentiment reflected to him to a degree -
remedies nature ever gave to man.Every .
ner that would completely tie up legislation that leads him to believe that physician knows it cures skin : . . . . . . . . . .1. t
but while the two houses on here is a general demand for action

some subjects have certainly held I among: the people of the country as and LIQCID blood SULPHUR troubles.enables HANCOCK'S you to : OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT i}

very different views these differenceshas a ma S. .
get the full benefit In most convenient -
not been sufficient to cause a form. Don't take sulphur j: js restricted in the scope of its patronage. ** J Jt
great deal of friction. To sum up ILL POSTMASTERS TO HAVE broad
"tablets" or "wafers. or powdered enough to accommodate all, and I
briefly from a political standpoint. VACATION.To sulphur In molasses. t .
HANCOCK'S
While not a great many important I LIQUID SULPHUR is pleasant to : HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: :

bill have been enacted into law of i Allow Them tottend Their
take and perfect In Its
the action. Druggists t LThe young folks with small savings. j
general Interest. present state administration -i Convention sell it. their
fd
as between the administration I 2.-The bread.inner accumulate
A well known citizen of Danville j striving to dp !
in the Washington. May 27.-An order to for
its ranges
and opponents Pa. writes: "I have had an : Procure a home or a competency :
of the dominant party. has been sustained was issued toady by Acting Postmaster aggra- A-The afforded
sated well-fcMlo. .
case of Eczema for over twen- : .for the convenience :
General
Hitchcock that all
In its leading policies by ttegslati.e e I post- ty-five the income
years. I have used seven'50cent provided. i
masters of the United States of thesecond -
: branch.Tils I battle of the LIQUID SULPHUR J 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other in :
and third
classes will be grant
but indisputable
is. not.opinion OINTMENT 2
and now I feel as
and a fact there is no oc- ed leaves of absence for not exceed though THE FIRST f1oriI1 i
fact I bad a brand new pair of hands. It NATIONAL BANK Live Oak
ca-ton to conceal The important ing fifteen days to enable them to aU has ,
cured me and I am certain It rt . .
.
measure that have been passed have tend the annual meeting of the National cure anyone. If they persist In win . . . . . . . .
using
been "administration" measures. and Association of Postmasters to beheld HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR --
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In two Iccal matters only has the in this city on October 22, 23 to directions according

executive veto been invoked., and 24 next. "BUTLER EDQ-je." Advertise in Daily DemOCI



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