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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 29, 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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: a LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT; WEDNESDAY 3IAY 29; 1907' s
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LIVE O.1K FI.RIDA"ED
"ESD.\.Y. L-lY 29
1907' TEN cENTs A WEED
STATE LIFE INSURANCE KILLED.I _.

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HEIRS APPARENT. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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i Governor Broward's Pet Scheme Met r--T----- .

Death in the Lower House. ', '
>' I. ,Official Preceding of the... '_Boars ,

I rC- Bills Paid, Etc.

Tallahassee. :May 29.-State life ti I

} Insurance met a death blow for the I
Live Oak Fla, ay 7, 1907.
present session in the house of representatives APi1.LL
The Board of County Commissionres
: yesetrday. in the indefinite
res Suwannee county Florida, met
,, postponement of Mr. Register's bill, ,.
t in regular monthly session and was
empowering the board of state institutions '
called to order by Chairman W. A.
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to,conduct a life insurance
Tison. Present: M. 1.. Burnett J. C.
business in behalf of the state. The
Davis J. H. Grant and J. J. Dempsey.
vote on the motion which was made
Minutes of last three meetings were
by Mr. Dorman of Suwannee was K t .., read and approved.

I .' 36 to U, and, nearly all the talking I

f l Yoas done on the insurance side. In- Pauper applications of Pink Ferguson

deed. Mr. Malone of Monroe, was the and Sam Scriven were approvedand

the former allowed three dollars,
only man who spoke against the bill.
i and the latter four dollars month.
per
while it was championed by Mr.

Reese Mr Matthews of Marion, Mr. The county treasurer filed his reports

"'Tettigrew Mr. Parkinson and Mr. with' the board.

Register himself, all recognized I'r Tax collector filed poll list for

friends of the administration on general April.

principles. To Mr. Malone: then County judge filed report of license

may be conceded the credit so far at and fines forfeitures and cost.

any rate as work on the floor went. 1 Pension applications of Mrs. Mary

Ann E. Burnom and Mrs. Jane Shelter
for the defeat of what he considered -

t"j. a most dangerous measure, paternal- approved.Fire .

f or bile and capable of a vast amount oft arms bond of W. N. Stephens

corruption, while the supporters ofthe approved and license ordered issued.

measure regarded it as one with Firearms bond of J. V. Stanael rejected -

t as the board does not think he
possibilities of great good to the
has any use for a pistoL
state, for the insuring of the lives of
Notary bonds of Franklin L.
Reese
Its citizens and their financial welfare L
G. H. Davis and D. J. Mills approved.
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with less chance of graft and

fraud than'under the private compan- Petiton signed by L, M. Mobly and

others asking that the road known
lea Following so swiftly upon the as
D Mar .
in Pni.ao lpnia Record.
"., the McAloin and- Cypress Lake---- publicroad
keels of the passage by an overwhelm. -

t lug vote in both houses of the Crane DOWLING-BAItNE1r. SENATE PLEADS ECONOMY.The be discontinued was granted by
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A MODEST REQUEST.Will
the board
: drainage bill, the heavy vote against ( | A.j

this other most cherished project of Petition signed by W. S. Sullivan

; Governor Broward's was doubly a Happily Married at the Residence of Appropriation Bill Having Hard Business Men Assist In the Great and others asking that the county

I r surprise to those who had expected J. D. Radford last Night. Time in Senate -Thanks to House Meeting to Begin Sunday. grant and open a public road from

k '- the Insurance law to pass the house. Officers and Attaches. Barber's Ferry to the Live Oak and

The till was not, it Is learned, pass- Last O'Brien road was granted with thee
evening, at the home
of Mr.
Dear Democrat:! want to make on I understanding that the road shall be
ed by the majority caucus of
upon and Mrs. J. D.
! the house" otherwise designated as Radford on Ohio Tallahassee May 29.-The entire or two suggestions through the pa- opened by interested persons and not
R. L.
avenue. Dowling lad to the
:4 the "Before Day Club," which was altar Miss Beulah morning in the house has practicallybeen per to our business men regardingthe at the expense of the county.
Barnette Eld. J. T.
taken in the consideration of Broughton meetings which are
: organized for the passage of the Butler officiating. up Petition signed by W. A. McCook
Only Mr. Radford'afamily the general revenue bill and the sen- to begin in this city next Sunday.In .
, drainage. bill and one or two, others witnessed the which and others asking that the board look

: of leading interest, this particular bill was a disappointment ceremony to the hun- ate has had up the appropriation bill. the first place gentlemen after a bridge abdut one-fourth mile

; being submitted to the house on its dreds of friends of the Both are sure of being passed, but a want to call you to witness that for west*of Falmouth before paying for s
contracting
merits without consideration by the parties in Live Oak who have been I i number of senators are fighting the j I I[I almost three years I have lost no op- same, filed and on motion of Commissioner .

caucus. under the firm belief that the happy appropriation bill on the grounds of portunity to aid every legitimate Davis a committee of two i

i economy. business enterprise connected with were ordered appointed to Investigatesame.
The house passed Senator Jackson's event would soon take place and expected -
i hill The house has adopted a resolution our life, and have done so much as .
providing for a commission to that a brilliant wedding
thanking the speaker speaker pro- any other one man to advertise our
adjust the Indian War claims but, would occur at the Advent church, The chairman appointed M. L.
tern and all attaches, state officials resources abroad. It is true that I ,
Burnett and J. H. Grant said
reduced their power to that of recommending and every man woman and child in on com-
and citizens of Tallahassee for cour- have only called the attention of outsiders _
-, ,settlement to the next the city would be given an opport- mittee.
tesies and services extended during to the advantages we had to
legislature, and specifically providedthat unity to witness the affair. The following claims against the
l1. the session. offer, but by so doing we have added
1 1.t. they are not to consider the However they are happily married, county were approved and ordered -
: The senate has referred to a com- greatly to our volume of business and
Walles claim or any other passed and all Live Oak showers congratulations. paid:

sal : tpoa by a previous session of the leg- R. L. Dowling the groom, is mittee the resolution passed by the increased our desirable citizenry. Paupers . . n_ .. .$51.00H. i

alt islature. one of our wealthiest and best busi- house, asking congress to deepen the Both as a minister and as a citizen E. Delegal, road work 1st

r.zi ;: The senate'spent the greater part ness men. being prominently connected Caloosahatchee river and for an In- I have tried to help rather than hinder district, April . . 40.80
: ; land waterway.The you ultimate success in business.
of the day discussing the general with the Dowling Lumber and J. S. Parker, road work 2nd _
.ke. ap-
o f-'OPrlaUon bilL Naval Stores Company and the Live pure food bill has passed the But so much for all this. district. April . . 36.25W.

;:o Oak, Perry& Gulf Railway, a man house. In the second place I want to call J. Ward, road work 3rd ...

&4'cal ,CAUGHT THE STATE FOR VERY 'of influence and wealth genial and your attention to the fact that Live district, April ,. . . 25.80 1

LEE IN RICHMOND. Oak has never had so prominent a J. F. Williams, road work 4th
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i LARGE AMOUNT. kind and well fitted for the life com- i

. :4I panion he has chosen. minister within her gates as she will district, April . . 45.45H. i

I I: have when Dr. Broughton gets here. S. Harrell, supervisor of registration
higf Sawyer Says the Internal Im- Miss Barnette. the bride has beena I Active Preparations for the Confederate I
No man in America preaches to so April and extra ,;
id* 'i II'ORJDeI1Ulast Pay the L. & N. .. teacher in our High School for two Reunion. i
large a sustained congregation as he work for special election. 28.00T. "1
R. R. She came here from Lake
a Quarter Million. years.
- f Richmond Va., May 28.-Gen. does and for the Sunday he gives to J. Lyle, keeping clock for
but understand her parents
'; fc tie United States court Judge City we Stephen D. Lee, of Mississippi, com- Live Oak, he was offered $500 by April 3.75 J
reside in Texas. She is a young lady
.'nf'le' tas issued a' final decree in lovable in mander in chief of the United States another congregation if he would give T. L. Dorsett, coroner inquest ,
of character naturally
high
1b!cue of the Louisville,& Nashville Confederate Veterans, arrived here tnem that day and dedicate their new Silas Turner 4.55

K >Miread company vs. the trustees" ot her nature, and during her sojourn tonight for the reunion on Thursdayand $75,000 church. I also saw a letter T. J. G. Thompson, coroner Inquest 1
be worthyof
herself to
*,hternal':Improvement fund oi here has proved of was met at the station and escorted from another city offering him $2,000for W. H. Starling. . 3.60 1
the love and esteem every per-
*.sale of Florida, in which the'lat- she to his hotel by the Richmond Light the last two weeks in June. Andrew Floyd burying Silas, -.i
com-
Modest and retiring
son.
tt T Unred to pay within thirty and received It. She Infantry Blues battalion, companyF Now with these two things in Turner .? 6.80 j a
manded respect
*K to the'plaintiffs of the 70th Virginia regiment anda
the sum oi Southern girl and will mind I want you to ask yourselves H. E. Delegal building two 1
is typical
162.66 a detachment of the Richmond How-
ges being' the amount re- bring joy and sunshine to the homeof with band of music at the the question: "What is my duty re- brigdes 10.00 ",-
iK>n& th\ sale of Florida lands husband. itzers, a garding these meetings! Shall I close Live Oak Stone & Tile Co., i' ,
UNN*: dad her ; head of the procession. The city is
been sidewalk for courthouse .322.65 j
granted the railroad The Democrat extends hearty con- my place of business one hour each
-l elaborately decorated, many
: itrahlng them from using, dial to the bride and groom being day during the ten days' meeting, and Inspectors and clerks of special ,
t.111 gratulations coming in and the reunion
, SS W visitors are election of May 2nd. 191.70 .J
encumbering by let my clerks and patrons go to
to a
:Ate;: the,above, amount of money left in an automobile to make their promises church, or shall I not?" I believe G. B. Lord, commissions as -i

%la the every particular. such action treasurer March and April. 129.42
hands of ,the said future home in the palatial residence that an upon your partas
would have Influence J. N. :Meeks commissions as
business men an -
latted in West
recently erected by the I ,
'1raa brought by the, rail- Live Oak. Quarantine Against Cuba. for good that 'would quickenthe collector for April . 297.98 ""

jj1111* ln February. 1902 and May 28.-The sudden religious pulse of the entire city.I A. D. Hemming, on 1907 assessment .1

._ ,foir ;similar actions., It was Havana quarantine by all the shall make no quarrel with you, do 50.00 -j

1 *. jte, trustees to return Cotton Conference. declaration of against Havana, news as you may, but I shall always be- John Delaney, ferryman at

-.t r bads sold after the institu- Vienna. May 1.-The International southern reached states here this afternoon, lieve that you will be subserving your Branford, March and April. 40.00

**wit/or the : Cotton Conference was opened here of which and own best interest by doing as 1iug- Thos. Dowling, water rent,
is recovery of land much consternation
It caused
has
the statek but today. There are over 250 delegatesIn gested. Most sincerely and truly 2nd quarter 20.00J.
which the com- in hardship to hundredsof
-, i tad_ been previously I attendance, and the sessions. will has resulted The steamer Mobile C. A. RIDLEY.P. B. Barton & Co., suppliesfor

-b4tEe _....A.a..IL. last for three days. Today Air.-- Ma- persons. on board jail and courthouse.. 17.00J.
4 tj. and Harvie with a hundred passengers W. Bryson, salary as audi-
these faits now pending by car, for Great Britain stopped while In the act of leav- T. Jordan and son. and J. D.
1 was tor, having book typewriter
delivered -
States,
-. 1s'ion i,800,000 acres Jordan for the United ing this port for Mobile and all her Smith and daughter, pretty Miss
fund reviewedthe repaired and recording deed 46.00
_- *why addresses .In which they shore. Luraville here todayto
:I tie Atlantic Lum- were sent back on Sallie, of were
passengers Live Oak Pub. Co., printingand
age. : t&ill Southern States efforts of their respective govern- only two cases of yellow meet relatives from St. Augustine,
are
There publishing, March and
Ii Iiand -A -abek ments to put a stop to illlgltimate and both come from and honored the Democrat with a
J lneI company for large fever in Havana April 33.25
t. had purchased from the speculation in cotton. The delegateswere Francis the Interior of the island. call. We are always glad to meet First National Bank of Live

1;Nashville received by Emperor country friends and we try to
our
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: road. I Oak interest for April .11 7.}O
afternoon
lot Joseph at the Hofburg this interesting possible to
the Jacksonville make it as as
ease that went to
nd3ie '; was de- W. Suraski
'I", and were briefly welcomed to Viennaby a business trip. them during their sojourn in town. (Continued on page eight.)
aced morning on
this
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For s. coia fir a coegX tai K&aLaxa Atterooa Teteaa.
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The cow of ar m its: fortie Live Oak GarageEquipped
Ids was u reg= 1 u a .m's's :: re Cough Syrtp. I: is
picric ax tie Waite Sciod: Hose
the ass oti=r eeag ze .a
-"SU3.- 5* crsei: s> iis Jq u .r can.a fe3 laxadre yrtsjcijie arse tt* foarti of Jxly, are ev.
"Q srY 2ia- W s'y 3' Est a ieaiiy, CO KES sc4 ors of ti* q to meet oa tie first day of for repairing and st zd

Tii ]C3-ms: 's TS Qi IZ:bowai ai the ve fe Tv aTa Lx J21y to perfect a program:: for that Autos A fall supply of Gasoline .'

e ire mis.jO. .- a a of tie bcrseli ani it tieit day. and mare arraagezse&ts.Respectfaly especially prepared for Gas Esgises. :
op ire te leals irrEiioa oi tie
TJo:1 hzva3, rei tieSj tiet Also sell the Veil known Columbia battery -
a s> was !?""- 1_ 1[. SKELTOX. cP -na1| Coils and Pfep
1Ii"'U1}.e:'" r-Ed S g Dar L52s : a ays h.s ** s '=L o: them Switches, Spark

-'Do1't -_ Crc. it oaz. -5 mhrt: =-e. Cos:&iss Hoseyi f' kept in stock. Exclusive agent fartivill :
'. to take. OHfie re ALL SKIS TRorBLTS.Saiphar .
a. T&: CURES Works Jatk:ontieSample .
a. *T::t {2 s&s: rsa ri roo=s for Vulcanizing ,
t:. cG-o .3 to tieX ior.l
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at.ag !--'XU-fETor. of this work can be seen
Lam Cord Sy
Pare Food a..Df'ug
the Accepted Bca&edy for;
Cis; P'rKJ'4. i FOR LIVERY -
Hsadred Years.Ssljiar
II -To is d rrctd f-tc yam a rP A -
sere vBI ife 20 r oeca&ss.2er it if joasZa +Ik. Is one of tie greaiest; The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-m 3a.

, so- tots ; .: -.fei Br.i' F4 "- reaedi&a aatare erer gate to ....."'n... Livery seating capacity for feer. :
Kbs e- Lie Pate. Tier aka: j T>o yoaet. enjoy poetr;
1 ."* answered :Mig Caye=e.h Erery phys rsa knows it cares skin- -
11 t Is ggtSe liii tie ato laser
- cocaerrajBGsal esaveaIt troaales. EAXCXXKs! T. AL CHASTAINGas
tas ca.u.e riaV tae 3eat wm2i -I IGSL is a great and boo.1

a t_ d by S.rcUy 4 ,, <-ee It: esaKes fie to<; ete. te-. LJQTtD SULPHUR enables yos to # ,-

1- f Grcjonr.. drggi3 2', eesrx. Try II III I E.J of berg SUrS szty oilgrrial "_ : get tie fan benefit ia mo tieat COUTaii Engineer Pry

ties. IW form Doat take s.2pbar -

r dw"I I "-taiJets or aer .** or powderedsalpiar
Ltice IeOarWe CW.'D S.
.0l are pleased to aaaessce tiatHocey ia mo .sses. HAXCOCSTSLIQUID
I -l Toatg WH.e--.u,1 40 you r' a y
t ad trcr lore r&e 'L.?? FoteTs and Tar for cosgis.a2 SULPHUR is pleasant totaie

OM H& 'ab. r. ry dF.a: : oelc.S >d loag troaVIes is aot affected and perfect ia its ictioa Drug-

HOT s.Kh.ra?_fflfeitra:e1Bits. by the Nalfoial Psre Food aad gisis sell it.
J Drag law as 11 coataias ao opiates or A wen known citfzea of DaarCle, 1
)other aanafal drags aad we recoza-: Pa. .rites1 hare had aa aggra-

, I*.T*s Lose send it as a safe rezedy for ciiJd-... razed case of Eczema: for OTer twea-
you baS*? Twa ...o wby toG ran 1 adsKs.: City Pbar cy. 4- triTe; years. I hale used Asset 5-

tea Lay a.VHtZe of WtfaTs Creaske ceLt b&rJep of tie LIQUID SULPHUROIXTJtEXT.
rermffcge mad ...ffl rerer cry. Fly Troabl .aad.owI feel as thosgh.
)'L 'babiss UTe sorts. a-sd tie' First FIy-Thu.t3 mast 1 tai a brand new pair of haT-j a it
masters dot ksov R. WiKe hare Kad ateo&ol la i:.. has e-nre3 me and 1 am certain It will

Crtaaa Versdfuge rim the eiiM o/ S cosd Fly Way? ere anyone if they eras Ia uiiagHANCOCK'S .

worms and dew s oct IU system tzErery First Fly-WeB. a.l. oat all zits LIQUID SULPHUR ae-
a p1ea3a.t.ay. cot&er sho-ild cdbag docs lai t" tall down oa me ccrdirs to directions.BCTLEEt.

I keep a bottle o! tii zae&ci&e::: : ia the all the tiaie.-Uf EDGAR. Among Beneficial Drinks

< Loose.fttH H, fear Led aerer eater
Red Rock GingerAleIs
1 seer caisd. Price 25e. Sold by S..- The Life lA xmace ALL POSTMASTERS TO HAVE

i puree Drug;; Co. d-w saddle has siartd tie pai>Sc to VACATION.To In a Class by Itself
tM: b6- neo:de..J ssccess that

1 One Coa.cht. rte= met EaHard's Ecreaoord Syrap Allow Them to Attend Their tea.aa BisdSes's. dvss3tfnde r a, aAL
ns
1 3Jr. Criinsouieai-Mst rOil: know In its crasade on CoagVs. laSaeaza.Broaciitis COD'iea I esbosi is mad tae sa n-e
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con can only die oace.Mrs. and all P&liaoaary: troubles WS*I* 3 brt is d rim ta.
I t Washington. Jay 57. An order ss3'S.sins
-has started tie pablic to talak-
I Crirasoabeai coarse, Iknow was issued toady by Acting Postuias- &IKLSaH
I that I hoe you tli.cm't: th1:1k fag or this woaderfol preparatioa. ter General Hitchcock that an post- e.e4a' t kr'b-sa!b.....
They are all asiag it. Job the pro- L.xt+s a ill a s m
I was a eat?-Yoaier* Sa.eas. .
casters of tie United States of the
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I c8SSI03 aad dova with sickness.Price THe Red RocK Co.
I second and third classes will be
. 25c, 5e aad 51.'. Sold by graat- p" FIQTs
U You Ioa.csUtteed -..- Ed leaves of abaeace for cot exceediag J--CSODYille.
Sawaaee Drab Co.
the first time use Herblseard Real Color. fifteen days to enable them to at- ..t
you will get t&axaDt relies The, solotssa'tthat tend the aangal meetb.ioltheXational *- *
And her
Patience--
f greatest liver regBiator. A positlTe AssociaUca of Postmasters to be r RLL
artificial'Patrice.Oh Ca
\- care for Coastipaiioa. Dyspepsia.yaiariaj no; that's real paint! held in this city oa October ::. 55
3 CMlis and all liTer coja- and 24 Jiext.MJIere's 42 3
pa1nuIr., Cof Emory. Texas -Tankers Statesiaaa.

writes: uy-1e has beea using Her-
to your health and hop-
bIne for herself and ehlldrea for five Distorted the Congregation.
years. It is a sore care for coastipa-1 The person who disturbed the congregation l.ess"-DeWItt's Little Early Risen

tioa and malaria ferer. which is substantiated last Sunday by continaalycoughing -famous little gills Nasty aci IT WILL PAY YOUADVERTISE. 10
by what it has done for Is requested to bay a bottle headache or bUioascess may come oaaay

family.** Sold by Sawaaaee Drug of Foley's Honey and Tar. City PhAr- time; the cure is aa Early Riser
icy lo.s macy. d-w Sold by City Pharmacy. di [

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PRItatlveFraitSynip Only S.BROWN. F.E.THOMPSON t.

BROWN & THOMASON. 1 1we

Carry Stock of ]

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Pleasant to talve Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn, LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA. 1,

The new laxative. Does Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all I
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I tit gripe or nauseate. kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, DR. J. W. WEST l I

1 cS;stomach and liver Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder, Physician and Surgeon.Office .

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motion' by storing thaf cils, Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. Phone.-office No..168.Residence. .
NOB.23 or 168.
;aciK i iof the: stem- Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and Drug Store(Barclay&Groover)No-I&
feel sure we can give you the .
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liver; .r id bowelse Chewing Gum. greatest satisfaction. There Is an :
Wrigleys
:: *e.. PricrCOo.. M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss ';
Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, put upon our work that enhances the ;
pppearance and lengthens the life of
'< Stop Grumbling. El. Bogador, Uncle Bill. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. your linen. Bring your Shirts Collars ,,
i iaffen from Rheumatism or I II I I LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. I I Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
'far Billard's. Snow Liniment in- Will pracfee.in all the court of the State. Special I Fancy Vests Wash Ties. etc.. to our '
Visiting Merchants are Cordially attention given to Conveyances. Collection 11 I Laundry and you will have them
I Quick relief. It is a sure of Renti.Etc All business promptly attended -
1 Sprain. Rheumatism ConK -,vited to make our office their headquarters tou I quickly and carefuly done in a satis-
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NOTARY PUBLIC STATK AT LARGE.L. factory manner at a satisfactory
& ea and all pains-and ".
while in the city. rice..
tha-reaeh of all. Price 25c, I i
C. R. Smith Tenaha|I :IOLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .* M. DIXON, I I .
"I haTe used Ballard's|'I I
Live Oak Steam
_eat In my family for Co. Laundry. ;
years: & Commission I
,._found it a fine remedy for Live' Oak Brokerage DENTIST. PHONE 139.
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aches.
tog I recommend it CROWN BRIDGE!
ORTOPONTIA : : AND :
:iff tie chest." Sold by Su-! WORK. : SPECIALTIES.T. I ,
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R Extremes. NOTICE J. LYLE
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.*I wife runs to extremes. Practical '
I.}hatralas
a hot temper and cold 1 Contractors and Prospective Builders: WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER CUREWILL
gated Bits. 35 year's experienceGood
THE LIVE I OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. i stock of Watches always on hand. CURE YOU

of any case of Kidney or
Wing Cards will furnish you your Lime, Cement, BuildingsandPlaster WALL PAPER Bladder disease that is not '. :
and all kinds of Brick.
Laths
beyond the reach of medi-
iff Cards, OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. I II 1 I cine. Take it at once. Do
I When in need of nice wall pa-
*8ess Cards Co. per call on H. H. PETTY, at not risk having Bright's Dis- ,,'<
The Live Oak Brick & Supply i it | ease or Diabetes. There isnothing >j .
CLINTON & MEEK'S MARKET.
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lpfy at the 50c. and $1.00 Bottles. >:
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which
f of the riches man -
MADMAN'S Lb""T1LI. : you a
L1TCOAO1EY DEMOCRAT ia material wealth had to be- i

Published Afteraooa Who are the madmen after aH?1MI 1_I poor qaeata way ate the closing hoursof i Good !
every of b staes& Things
;I T+r the hard *aea > appreciates !
Except Suaday. many anabc .ho can equally be- I -
visio&s act
permatted
i who dreams and sees 1
, .1toN.u. tv es aita t gentleness and
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J. SHERWOOD.. Editor and aCa'gT. to oar grosser seas* appears
led ..e u..t ap.*f tai thoughts, theN Clothing at
.1I dstraagkL and b tha same catcgvc; :
Entered at the FostoZce. Lire Oat.I .1 eL ktk cbti3iea and the sabUe ..
bare
with him tie }Qnna2>1 the poet
I Florida. as Second Class Mall Matter eh4ra Q.t. Lbe l3el+lss which ootvelghtOs
; November. .. 155.TEEHIEOilFDBUSEIIC. from tine: Ia=moisl brra i3tttd+ed reason prfeesi:
sfee sli, aunt sordid riches
: I a y tbe mast<< dramaUst.Oat i
vik eaa. aly ***ft to remind us
i COHiH. b tie sate ol MJMis a aa1
: 3 i that "TJwr ar* aa pockets in a
: r*** tly:: di ia the UaatSc asytata
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; THE DAILT DEMOCRATdl ** who tad Kiiag of ti!:s wortt$ fS 4st .s3evrev.attaata 3eusa.

: wed to any part of tie Uafced I aad a* drew 1Q a
bata a:3. Pet
! States postage prepair. for $Lit I lira as lead that Governor Broth -
*2-5# for six pofttVg w.iII vlica may .** >* regarded, :as
per year; II III II waz3 sift a'-c. uW Crane drainage -
I $1.25 for three moatas.or 5t eeats oar of tie classics of tie ash
, for five weeks, la advance Delivered i{I bail -ntl passed by the legis-
, > Uagsage. His SASS vasLad. c".sa IeecLcoay We bare to be prepared to do t
of tie city. y
to ant part J lai3r*. Ke is said to favor some
1 earner, far 1. ceats: per seems j aai the ntrrerag ..lzarwtzx.t -t things well and this applies tot,
, I I Isoenes :tee fur tie image of theGOING everything. For In --. Bob-*
which ass tesen ma.S pabee
hwYi' 'caiZ'a 4 Johnson & Band Shoe Cot "
Tfc good road sent .meat 11 tie>e- ens,
! his 5eli So resiad rsthat I have six big specialty factories !:I
: kid that does I
Is&n.as rot of U
there b atU& bees e5 3 1 TO CHIXJL. + with m. daily capacity: of 4O.OOO t

; t taiags.Aa beads azd xsa.ersU3iay we. th s93cb 3'.a W. Fvrsoa Is not only after I :: pairs. They employ expert.
t workmen, use the best material t 1
"w R a let .sw3 to yoscerisy but
oa ia his well boring events
! editor is sxfvooed to u..ey: a 1 1i I ia all their shoes, and the latest ][
those .!* *? sodas UTe cKs: >ed Q'I'ia gtfag dovatovards Caiaa bas penetrated -
i great deal, stt t:* cSoesaX He 5snerely and best machinery Is used.t .
! ] gars vaJI to btessoes oo. the : a rsj eetiI>J rein of coaL-: They are prepared to make good t

I: firsaed cooa : sa: r'tuh i sure eat readsA : Ocala Scar. I J shoes. that's why-STAR BRAND J
SHOES ARK BETTER One *
1 i u foao.sXy : Tears ago Joan Pearson vas readyto *
of their shoes the -QUAKER" *
rat w Jive beia$ bet a Kfearse ti'- he had found after *
legisUsare kas eters =&ed to i tap a -p
: for; women, at $3.00 Is the best
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drain us but we believe we are to setoff is soc at say Sspasal.ties st boriag a ioJe down In the earth reveraI shoe for the money we can find. *.

: ." from haviag oar Eves iassred and tiis is: esc ed. aS e** fa tie I! m.iIe Nov he has gone down : The Star on the heel and the *

being viccrntedBSad work I aov proceed ta demise aa. beg >:tirosga tie gusher and struck a vela word "QUAKER" woven with J
I : silk in the are s
facing guarantees
eah_ I give to good fathers aadjsociers
'" I of coL He has been boring for years
: ; that the "QUAKER": is honestly *
I "tigers .can hat tsar hoi ta trust for tiesr c&Odrem aH i.and vita improved machinery goes! constructed and win satisfy. f

i:I ia Florida il tfe* law eoactexi: o-.t of good Hnie wards 0: praise aid tit-:i,down very fast and while ve do not i t Come see them and "WALK J
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i the Faulkser bill is pat tau elect. coaragesest. aU 4 aat. pe >smes |believe be caa ever cut his way : OX sri cs." 1i a.. ----

": By its pro a-ioaa.tie feiJow that jets aad eadeanseais, aad I care the!'through: to china, ve would not be The best woman in the world
tonal DOt make good bread if'I IJ
I overloaded eaa be lotted to tea said paresis to tile them geaeross r:;;surprised at any time to hear that he I
II she didn't hare good oer. The ]
as tie aeeds 0: tie caBdrea require i
! where he got tie booxe. ;;tad penetrated a vein of chtna. t best woman in the world could- If
yea are, you caa cask
I "I leave tie ciHdrea for tie tern j I nt make good batter If she did- +
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tie Covers, fields.biossozzs. .I nt have the kind of milk expecting to see cay@
! The poor underpaid teachers have of their caBdiood Oa account: of the rush of important t right .

c Ii# received one favor at tie ftaads of aad vcods. with tie right I (?) bills ia the legislature during +: to chum. Neither could the I* interest you in osrtes
best woman in the world make
this legislature. They are to have to play among them ti+etLi. varaiagtieza I the few it is : and
cert days, very probable good cake If she used salt for J varied stock of spie-c&s

their traveling expenses paid one way at tie sase time against tiis- I the areasure recently introducedto J sugar.t .. new clothing fix-

! if they attend owe of tie training tea ash tiorfis. I devise to the cMl-
remove tie state capitol to Live 2 .
i schwas ti .fg. summer.Representative drea tie ban Vs. tie brooks, ash tie :Oak win not be taken from the table. .+ .. Summer which in stjfe,

suns beneath waters thereof. .
I goldea I Rush cf business will be the excuse : .
aad the white doads That Moat high and assortment is copes
Clark of
i Je2ersoa. I o2ered for failure to pass this Import- ii ii i
has succeeded ia pa.s fig a labor contract over tie giant trees, and I leave tothe that shown by the b'
ant mea.h1cla means so much for DOWLING mM m X !

bin that cans we trust, be made children long losg days to be f UTe Oak. ing establishments cf Ser"

eZectrre. As ilr. Clark is a lawyer, we I merry.ia. and tie sight aad tie mooa
City. If ytc b\G"t1le:1:
presume he protected tie bill against had the trams of tie itHiy, Way to I l live Oak wants the state capitol

coastitutioaal defects as muca as possible wonder at. I and in the event that the matter Is E: NAVAL l STORES 1 [ I this Spring to see the. '

and still leave it worth wane -I devise to tie boys joiatly all the :pat to the yocera for a test they say value we offer in
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pa.ssbag. asefei fields, all the pleasaat; water II they will be In the flgat to a finish.

where oae zsay swim, all the strearn We have also heard that Ocala. St.

Slate Superiateadeat of Scaools W. where oae DaY s3 or where when'II!Augustine and Gainesville want the i COMPANY Y T MICIiMBiFINE !

HoUoway has aoxiaed Supt. Cam grim water coses owe may skate to ,:state o ee and are also willing to

.that the state legislature passed a hffl hue ar.d to hold tie sase for the period i get into the tong-Bartow Record. : DOWLL G PaRfi FL.\ :

:i. paying tie ra road fare one was to;i of their boyhood. Tie iseadovs, : Really and truly, we do not blame 2 :

wry wosaa. boy or girl who vita the doTer boson5.; and batter-: ; Ocala. St. Augustine and Gainesville . . . . . . CIO
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desires to attend tie stale so:z.aL iies thereof the woods and: their apparteaaaces. -j t for wanting to be the capital city but

Ttis Oily implies to tie slate stems t i squirrels, birds, echoes, Ia event of a race we can't for the cute and attractive that many voted
I for them In both sets.
{ Being over
-Ocaa: Star. and straage MO SeS. an tie distant life of us see how they could expect eM
I two years old they belonged to the You shouldn't delay t
places which =ay be visited, together j to stand the ghost of a show for laad-
I j second set. James TurbeTille re-
The old veterans are gathered this 'with the adreatares there toaad. I j s I 1:g the pr'L& It is generally conceded ceived the greatest number of votes other day. You titequal &j

week ia Rk-STaoa3. and it goes without I give to tie said boys each his ova Ji i: here that Live Oak would be aa for the baby boy and a handsome of IhbceJefaratdianyvkhere

s sayiag Cat it wail be a g&rious i place by the fireside at night, with &111|3 i easy '1i' 1ner.i spoon was given him as a prize. in Uma tt ffJl

reunions to them. Each passing year the picuires that nay be seen ia the I i Of coarse every mother thinks her
baby is the finest so at the requestof more than we ask. Of
sees their camber grow less aid less, 1ar..i.good.. to esjoy vttioil let or 'I| It is asserted ia certain quarters
a great number of fond parents i
aai ia a tttJe whine some oze 0:them his dra to a.3 without acv eacasberaace : -J. that Senator Crane will be the adminisration's the ladies of St. Luke Guild will high-grsde, "JutIl .

; skin be t=own as tie lasi: rez'g I or care.To 1 : candidate for governor. give another baby show at the audi- rials, faaltl-ss ia erf 2 si3

veteran of tie Coale3erzcy.GoTeIror I tie lovers I device their i::;agI The Hiiisborough senator's record has torium In about three weeks .
!, The babies will be ing ana alp-r
I iaary vorid with vaaterer they say I II been a good one. and he has been a placed on the

B:owar3 has } red C1 I seed, as stars sky. red roses by the I II I powerful supporter in the Senate of stage, and selected prizes for will the be occasion.awarded byjudges anted fa5hiooQ

it is probably best, jest at this t Le. I vail, the bfcxxa: of tie iavtaora. tie the policy and measures of the gover-i I Needless to say, the judges will be selection .-f acv :st at

for tie stale not to eater iato tie lie i sweet strains of acslc. aad aught else II IIi :o: We do not know that Governor\: secured from out-of-town, and the $25.a1 with everY -

.f iasaraace_ He iude 1Q his ,,they Eiay dam" re. Broward Las given &::indication as decisions will probably not be given

triad yesterday after tie bill astiortcT.g i "To tie yoaag cea an boisterous yet 0: his preference, but his endorsement I I until their train leaves. permarentsa -'

tie state to eaeage ia tie ttfe and iaspirisg sports n.4 rivalry and of Senator Crane as the administration That was the best baby show yesterday you got the be5t
weaver attended. When Ole
i saraaoe bssiaess vas orervaela- ,I give then disdaia: of woes aadcadasated candidate: .- give Mr. I attends ia&
a
poultry show he expects to at the price you
iagly defeated ia tie iosse of its coerce ia their ova Crane a powerful presage at the hear cocks continually crowing a

frier.:" 5 E&UI give them poser to isakelastlag start.-Bartow Record. If Senator I I goose show geese cackling a sheep

frieadshfs:: poe east"g cospaaioas. Crane makes the race as the &dI:1ILISj'tratio:1 'I shoes barring: ee a;>> biasing a dog show dogs Smart Spring Suits if
political
ne saloon and their frieaistiose -- aid:: to ties exclssjvely I candidate: :: is the final h hem convention a lot
i lof wren makiag lunatics of themselves -
wino faTor salooas -bare perfected give aH merry soags aad brave cho- .- be numbered with the "also ran":I and
a baby show lots of .
aa orgar.lratioa at Valdosta class. I I squealing. Such was not the ease $3.00 to
rsses.Aad Ii
and o;*:.ed head u.rters to Sgat tie to those who are ao lesserchHdrea i :yesterday. If there was a whimper

onward march of tie artl-sakwa people or yosths or lovers I leave The Baby Sbow.Tes. uttered by a baby. we never heard tt.

and tie Democrat wis=es forthere memory aad bequeath tieaa tie vo3a there vas a baby show ia.[I Each one seemed to be on Its good of tin
town yesterday order the ; behavior and lived up to it. We Clothes irde
a gJorioas defeat at the ;,o1.s. :es o* the goers of Bars*. S' ;es- auspicesof understand
We the Episcopal Gaud and right now!! the guild realized $U handsome
would like to see every salooa:: peara aad oiier poets, if there be we want to narrate that it was a from the show. tailored to Te-x tfitheir :v
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Valdosta closed. i otters,to Eve oter theIr old days baby show rigit. Ttere were tots of:I It shapeliness

agala without titie both sexes ia profusion there and Joy, Cottonseed Crushers.Kew values that sell eh;

The Record is iafonsed that J. C.rhoarson "To tie loved ones with snowy abounded oa every hand. Of coarse!! York. May 2S.After aa to $10.50, here iainentofattractivt 1 .

editor of the DuaeHoa Alf I i crows I beQueath iappiiiess.; age, every mother expected to win- a :afternoon spent ia automoVJe sIghtseeing ,
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prize, for there is not a mother ia the
Tocate. acd school pr4.r.cipai at that I tie tore and -gratitaiie of their children s around Xe.York tte rere- to$7.50.
world bat
what
thinks her
baby>> Is se auves of
poiat.iH mOTe to Bartov aa early catil they fall asieep.If the xe:iesL However prizes could I:;seed Crashers'tte Interstate Cotton-

date had engage ia tie bui&es* o:: anything more torching Cod not be awarded to alL Among the : their annual Association, who held
meeting at the
pkosz ate prospector. Peza sails, ve tender sore exqaisite ia thought I successful contestants In the :1: event exposition Jamestown
i!classes< which were TOted attending a dianer
are tot acquainted wits the geatie- and exaressioa has bees gin to the for. were Jreathemby the Cottonseed
j Marion Sessions' baby. J. G. Goggias Oil BUTLER
1.J&: but .e ve3co: = tin:: just the :;world within these tveaty :years vefan baby and S. J. White's bad Astor. of New York the hotel

sa..eBartow Record: j[a to recall it. and the-recoDecdo: =a i i The little Tn twis were so former toDJpt.Secretary The speakers Leslie M.included Shaw.- "M&'ffi' 0 ti

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city, today.B. Adams Norwood.. Is In the I Bobinette in White, Black, and Cream, for Waists and dresses 65c to $ J.50 per yd: I

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WA.'TED-A tour fire-room White wash Skirts 98c to $ J.50. Blue and Brown Linen Skirts, Missis and Ladies

l > boos*. Applr ,to Alex. Suraak7.W. sizes, $ J .50 to $3,00. "- .

k. Tedder of Fenholloway. is White Lawn, Linen, and Organdy Draws nicely made and trimmed with best quality

hen today. Lace and Embroidery $2.00 to $6.00. :

B. P. Coachman Is up from a spell

of sickness. Very large line of White Lawns t Lace Curtains Large Assortment

Falmouth. was In India Linen -. 8 to 30c !
i E. A. Hodge 15c to $7.00 a pair. .
today trading. PerSian Lawns J5 to SOc I '. I
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R.". J. S. Mlckel.of was Linen Lawns 4560 and 90c I Mosquito Nets Steel frames -J50. '

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j, o. Thompson, of Plnemount. was THE LADIES' E1fFD RIUM
a rUltor to Lire Oak today. Ii
'PHON 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR

r. )(rL S. B. Price returned to her ,
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t Dr. I* C. Ruter went to Madisonon Mrs. J. N. Thompson and baby returned -i H. J. Jolly of near: Dowling Park Henry Hogens, a sign writer of I county commissioners of the two

tt business today. to her home in Island Grove,, left for Richmond Va., this morning ability is doing some excellent workin counties, the building contract was
this morning after spending two I to attend the Confederate veterans' the way of raised lettering on the yet and one. Till then representing -
MU Owen Byrd returned to Cypress weeks pleasantly with A. W. Pope's reunion. (windows of the First National Bank a Virginia Bridge Building Company -
Lake this morning. family.R. I I(today. : was the successful bidder as best

Ranges, and stoves at special pricesfor remembered now; but after the let-
E. C. Halle. Sr.. was taken suddenly Sharp Miss G. D. Sharp and this week. We must have room Miss Corrine Williams, sister of ting of the contract It appeared '

in last night but Is better this Mrs. D. E, Sharp of South Carolina In this department for goods now I Mrs. Dr. Thomason, and one of the some loop hole was rescinded and so

Bor&lag. were here today en route to Perry. coming. This is your chance. J. B. sweetest young ladies that visits Live ended the bridge building until t* '

Barton & Co.. H, L. Campbell mana-I Oak came up from Mayo yesterday commissioners of the two adjoining
Chas. Rubensteln Is reported ser- Jack Taylor Miss Naomi ger. and left for Ocala this morning. counties took the matter upon on
louly 111 today and Is confined to his Hampton rode horseback to Suwannee : I their own shoulders and did not consult -

fed. Springs yesterday in 50 minutes. L. A. Pearce, of Lura vllle. is here Sheriff Rickerson went to Bran- the masses of people and had It
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Miss Naomi won three out of 'four today a guest of the Ethel. ford this morning in disguise and built 'so it Is with all undertakings
Chairman Dillon of the Jackson- races with Jack. we do not know what he is up to. of importance, some person or a few
f rill board of bond trustees. was In H. M. Johnson returned from the We say he was in disguise becausehe persons have to hate the stamina and

b the city yesterday. Pain caused by boils burns scalds East Coast this morning.Mrs. had "store clothes' on, and no: fixedness of a purpose to accomplishsuccess
I. and skin diseases is promptly relieved one would know him with that kind of any undertaking. Be as it

I Deputy Sheriff Stokely went to WI1-. by DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Dr.. Thomason went to Hamp- of gear.J. may the people of the two adjoining
4IM marta on a business trip this mornIng Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City : ton Springs this evening. [l counties will look back In years to

Pharmacy.The J, Dixon returned yesterday from come and say It Is well that It has
A. W. McLeran of Is Hernando and other points in South been built; .It U likely to develop the
CoL I* fa. Roberson went to Mayo McCullers Bros., yesterday here today, accompanied by Master Florida. At Hernando he visited S. town of Branford and benefit pro-
this morning to attend court he bartec purchased one lot from W. S. Hodge Thurston.T. S. Price. While away, Mr. Dixon perty holders In both counties by developing -
several Important cases. and one from Duncan Bush in Dillon's figured on the erection of two brick tbe land salong the stream.

addition and one from J. M. Strick D. Tomer, of Floral City who buildings in Hernando. He says there Long live the men who had the backbone -
H.'1'. Ingalls and wife of Hollan- land on Howard street. They will is connected with the Luraville Phos- are flourishing times In that section to do and not fail in the undertaking -

41, who hare been here risking re- improve the same at once. phate plant is in the city today. and money is plentifuLThe so long needed.A .
+ tettvts. returned home this morning. large delegation left'.from Live
-- WT J. Hurst has a stray cow on I Miss Onida Dubose and Miss Lottie Branford Bridge. Oak this morning to attend,the picnicto

IM Lee Ensign, president of the Lire his place four miles south of Live Duncan, of Jasper, are here today. The red man has moved and the celebrate the event, and among the

Oak. Perry & Gulf was here last Oak marked split and underbit in They are two of Jasper's fairest Caucasian has the possession of place. number we note:

fight, one ear. underblt in other. Ownercan belles, and will be greeted heartily by The war whoop Is not now heard but 'Mrs.! C. N. Hildreth Sr.. and children -
have same by calling on Mr. their many friends.* pleasant faces greet us on every side; ,' J. D. Cllnthon and wife J. L.

t Supervisor J. R Wells, of the Singer Hurst and paying for this advertise- the long handle hatchet baa given Goff and wife, L. B. Sutton and wife
i Sewing Machine Co.. Is In the city ment. Miss Sarah Graddy. who has been back and the sound of hammer and and Miss Ethel Wilder Sheriff Rick-

to4aT.Vn.. teaching In the High School here, returned saw fall constant upon our cars; the ergon. J. N. leeks; Photographer
Miss Bertha Hodge, of Live Oak, to her home In Verselles Ky., small store on the bank of the stream I Williams M. L. Burnett and wife,

II It I i Sanford of Perry. Is here ona was In the city yesterday on business this morning. A number of her pu- an old farm has been marked off the cousins aunts and uncles Pan

visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. connected with the office of County pils were at the depot upon her departure map and a lively village has sprungup Burn'ett. wife and son. ,Miss Vernie

i,P. Mays Superintendent Kelley.: She is en- showing their appreciation of peopled by some of earth's best ;' Bryan and Superintendent Wood.

gaged In teaching, having Just closeda her as a teacher. and their tender citizens, full of energy men who do

Dr. Underwood arrived on thisoralag's successful term of the: Alton school, feelings were fully reciprocated. not concede that the word fail has
train. Those in need of I LaFayette county and may decide to any place in the books of today, not PRETTY

pnteuloaal service In eye ear nose accept a position in Alachua county. Mrs. J. L. Morris came up from men who were born kings, or multi-
Alton this morning on her way to Atlanta millionaires, but men who have by COLD
Sun.
50aa 4 throat trouble should see him. Gainesville I I
to take her afflicted daughterthere hard and continued efforts made their
!
>,'' or T H. C. Sheppard, P. L. Tucker, Karl j!II for treatment. This Is Indeeda 'own fame and their possessions. The INSIDE

Bardin Love Ballenthine Carl Shep- I sad case and It is to be hoped relief song famed river is known in every

,For Sale pardHenry Grant. Walter Creekmore J! will come to the young sufferer. : clime and it is to be regretted that it
I has been so long neglected, and not
Hallie Mar- j
and Misses Cora Sperring, I
tr- dre. Edna Bluire, Vivian Evans, cleared up and made more suitablefor
navigation, in speaking of it from I
Virdie Bryan, Ka'e Crouch, Ada Mae 4Robeuon ? ? 1 II
the standpoint 01 beauty it would
Ida May Adams and Sue 1
:x MOVED rival stream marked on the Am-
AND UNIMPROVED Hemming, chaperoned byIr, and Wedding any !II I
erican map with its: rippling stream
Mrs. Horry Hair, went to Suwannee 1
meandering twixt the rocks to the
Springs last night and enjoyed a' : sun kissed Gulf. It bears miriods of I I
Supper was served : PresentsFOR
moonlight picnic. '
; City Real Estate on the bridge In picnic fashion and a : the finny schools of scale fish use-
ful for man, with its seeping wilows
time had. j THK I
enjoyable
most bending over its banks it is a pictureof i

C' r Ctas. H. Brown, a prominent bank-I I I : JUNE BRIDESOr along beauty its banks with_ ,Us it is mineral the home springs of the I!t
farms
Etc er and business man of Live : \ pleasure seeker and tbe hospital for as you may imagine. Bat the con
yesterday. Like tents are none the less attractive as
at the Brown House I( the sick with Its locality between
Mr. Brown : the climax to a luncheon, dinner, or
all other Live Oak people J t: those who choose some of the best counties in Florida.It .
rit,1 j Ice Cream seems to enjoy all
Oak s Just supper.
Is Imbued with tte Live j ( the month of May. is the inlet and outlet for commerce
I in at our exquisite universal popularity with young and
of the good look
iUST tires of talking j t
by so
and never is spanned
that it
and
now
Diamond Pins, Broochesand old of both sexes. But to have it
things to ba found there.-Gaines-I' Watches and strong, and up-to-date
Rings. large
good, it must also be perfectly pure
YOURPROPERTY
ville San. Bracelets Etc. Everything drawbridge, it is no longer a barrier Then it is
:.t.' o I in Jewelry. Our and wholesome. really *
e took customers are always between the citizens of tbe two counties -I healthy and nourishing dish,and maybe
t \ The Woodmen of World pleased.RADFORD. of Lafayette and Suwannee; it partaken of freely. We hare a

\ in 12 new members last night and' r Is for us to feel proud ttat at Jaat goodly variety of flavors, and we

t WITHUS. the meeting was a most interesting : ; the bridge has been built as many of guarantee evrrr ingredient in every
one. They are arranging for an ex- 1 : the older citizens of tbe said two I ounce of it to be perfectly pure and
,
curslon and picnic in the near future. I counties of Lafayette and Sawannce cleanly made.FLORIDA.
a ( Sunday afternoon. June 9th, two I j : [ that about the year A. D. 1835 ad

monuments will be unveiled In the : j 18S6 the question of building a drawbridge

ARU3RETy R I city cemetery. Rev Howard Dutill The Jeweler t I! was urged by many of the BOOK

: t has been made chaplain of the camp wood- I LIVE OAK. LA. I++ ''then citizens of both counties and AND NEWS CO.
of the
and will preach a sermon on .i after several joint meetings
I -:*** Building, Room 3. craft the third Sunday In June. .






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J -- __ j r and W I:. Horn clerk. ship 2. south_of Raffia 1&eMf.* rmm- ship two south of Eaac*It
eastern '
CaDINANc3 (o. SO.Aa I'avenue from a point on the Done by order cf Board of Public ring from thence north one-WTf >se point of beginning: -
Sections ride of Ohio ****** directly oppositeto Instruction of Suwannee Count Fla. to section line; thence west one-nmile E.. Ii. Rise, J. W

Ordinance to amend I the northern boaaadry of Wilbur J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. to section line; thence north ose-telf Mikeil,T. A. MikeU, b

1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance. IS of the I street as it now stands running at i i S-cr and Sept chairman mile to -section line; thence Treat one turn. r. C. Murphy, j
City of Lire Oak. Florida. being an said Onto avenue 1032 mile to southwest corner of Section R. H. Lewis p. a 141 -

k Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to! rffht angles to White's Addition I i 4; thence north three miles to north i Lewis, J. R. Howell, C 1
the feet to Wait street ia Notice Of Special Tax School Election : we t corner of Section: %8. TCnrascil i an. Brtason. j. L,. H
prohibit the running at large on of is said City of Live Oak. Flo- Branford District Xo.4. 1. south of Range 13 east; tames Miklev J. O. Oliver O'.
UTe Oak. II
of the City of
rreets: and Ida. excepOcs therefrom three feet east oae mile to section line; thence R. J. AHen J. H. Burnett:
Lore, males, togs and goats side of theParstisy In accordance with Chapter 4S78and
and a ross.te northern north along section line to Suwan- Ward W. R, Driver G
to provide for fte Imponndias burial grounds the school laws of Florida, an *
*" family nee river; thence eastward along the i R. W. Allison, 3. M. E
depodng of the came. passed which Is included in said descriptionand election: will be held In Branford Suwannee river to section line be-I Dollyaiple.J. a Skeen.ADM1XISTKATBIS
September StJth. 199X. and approved within the Iron fence Inclosing Special Tax School District at the II tween Sections 21 and 22. Township

October Clh. 1903. said burial grounds. usual voting place on 14 east thence 1
of
and 1, south Range ;
the Mayor
C. It ordained by
I I Section 11_ That condemnation: A. D. 19O7.Ji south to township line; thence weston Siztf days after
C"ty Council of the City of Live Oak. I r f proceedings stall be Instituted in the Tuesday June llth. I. tie
line one-half mile;
township
tion of this
1 icrida: [came cf t: a City of Live Oak, ia accordance > elect three trustees to serve for 1 1It notice, I wily
"' mile section line
r south to
thence
I ;
one
Section la. That Section 1. Settt t with tie provisions of the the sacceedins two years, and to determine accounts and vouchers to -
mile to section' tfee
: thence west one-half <
7 of Ordinance
a 2 and Sectioa i suca made and pro- the maximum number of
:Statutes Ia case i Judge of Snwanaee
Oak. It line thence south one mile; thence County.
of Lire : ; Jat
Xo. 1C of the City
f,' .1e4. for tie purpose of carrying mills of district school tax to be levied -
ordinance ntitle.11AD I west one-halt mile; thence south one- the Court House of
Florida being am
Section 1 of Gig
I out the provisions of for each of said years. ,
'- the w half mile thence west one mile and
rani be
to
ordinance to prohibit allowed
i this Ordinance. W. G. Veraon. E. D. BlanctaMand jl as 07
i sing at large: oa the streets of the ordinaa. one-half to range line between I
Section ilL That this R. A. Ive-are appointed Inspectors meats.
of Lire Oak. of horses mules.I Ranges 13 and 14; thence north
City
'shall tale eject:: upon its passage b- and X. H Green clerk. FLORENCE
log and goats, and to proride for' the Council and approved by the Done by order of Board 0: rubMe 1 along range line one-half mile; I G. 3 fy Ith

the Impounding and deposing of the Mayor or upoa its becoming anordinance Instruction of Suwaane County. Fla.J. thence west two miles to south Florence G. Brinson, ,:

sac e.** approved October <, its:. be without the approval of th- E. WOOD. E. l.. WISE.Sec' west corner of Section 11, TowuFLORIDA- of Estate of Horace BdnsoB. aft
ascended so!!
and the same are hereby "
Mayor. and Chairman.
Supt.
to read as follow:: i
.as Introduced by Alderman: F. loa
F 'Section 1. Horses Bales.. COSTS Robertson and passed by City !
and goats shall not; be allowed to ran Council ia regular session assembled Notice G/ Special Tax School Election

at large upoa any of the streets. alleys oa this Sth day of April. A. D. 1907 I Luraville District No. 1O.I RAILWAY
1 lanes or unenclosed property of CHAS. H. BROW .
tie City of Live Oak. and that cows President City CounciLAttest I II In accordance with Chapter 4tlS SCHXDCLt ..
I
shall not be allowed to run at Urge >ant: the school laws of Florida an
: CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON & A. L. KT.AXB A. C. L KT
U UTs
I 110aa7 of the streets lanes orpublic [election will be held la Luravllle :
i S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I I
highways of the said City, or [S,eea1 Tax School District, at the
4 S. :'_ Jcais. City Clerk of the &AD sews. ainnaL nxa. +n...
otter vnecdosed premises within Ctd. ire C as. Florida do kerebjcertify [ usual voting place on
the following boundary la said Cityf
_.
tla- the above and foregoing
.
D. lDO
June A.
Tuesday llth.
tie Oak. Florida. to-wit: !Iix.dF t 14ai1E
Ordinance :o. 37 was regularly passer '
Be.; aalg at a point where Irrtna I by te City Council on the Lath day to elect three trustees to serve for = pt had "TATW.1iS. _
d- First streets laterseets. and rnnrlng ,
: .>;: ArilU.. 19<*.. and the same the succeeding two years and to determine aandsr. Dab'L
south to where Irvin and Car-i
1 ils 1'f're*c- certified< to the Mayor for :: the maximum number of !
evil streets intersect. tiens east to i t
r Houston street. thence loath along i tUarerovaLV.'ttrJ mills of district school tax to be levied e LeI O i '.z13o -
*''* ray tad and sal of said -
a
Houston street to John street taeuce 1 for each of said :JSaJ.-, 5I.-ts.'t
Ot_ ttls Sti day of April A. D. years.T.
e:st ea\ iota street to Church street.ttewe i W a t 34 p- m a
1 i4_ L McIntosh G. F.. Gamble and 1 ,
south Church street to eor-
on __
Seal) S. P. MAYS.: C. S. LeFever are appointed laspec- I" a 1 st ps1. s h'Dh .
:' ration Hse. thence east oa eorporaoa -, hat
t City Clerk. and L. M. Ballentine clerk. .
ors r. y.
: 8s to White street thence 356pmLe -
!a. tifIG.
-t
Examined and approved by me Done by order of Board of Public
earth White street to HowardE .
oa
reel. theace east oa Howard street i tl b 9th d&yof April. A. D. 1907 Instruction of Suwaaaee County. Fla. a _14 i CI8 p m+4V -K.izo : .1 I'...,11.. I_f
M. E. BROOME. Mayor
to a point opposite Georgia avenne. J. E. WOOD E. R. WISE. a to a w 411 p m. -iImant.-- --- L.g:_._s asaiO

avenue to the northeast corner ofFT9oa 1 ORDIXAXCS :XO 5S.Aa I9am I .-. _Leriv1r _.._ ,.=,
street and Georgia arena*. Xotice Of Special Tax School Election am!J I'L -LiuaY1Ue:1 f

t. ence dae north along section line Grdisazce amending Section O'Brien District :Xo. 3. 1 __Wilmajh.- 1ao
to a point opposite Fifth street. Three these vest to and along Fifth street entitled "Aa ordinance fixing the la accordance with Chapter 4678mi W o0 a m! 4k.0p mLe I 5ri51isle

to Atlantic Coast Line railroad t''salary to be received by the oScers the school laws of Florida. an a mt I 4 II p m Le q esaaea mwr_.._. r t .
Si
thence southwest across Atlantic t of t he City of Live Oak. Florida" ap- ctiGa: will be held at O'Brien Specal zs a_ ;g
Coast Line railroad to First street. I gored October i. itt3.I Tax School District at tte usual 1020 am! i.pLy -0Dd- T ..e.W a 3

thence west along First street to !ace oa: m1 _.
I Be It Ordered by the Mayor and ; sa a c .to p m'r .Mae' -----L.! Ilia I;
point of beginning. rity Council of the City of Live Oak. Tserfsy June llth A. D. 190:. w-t3 s 'L. u..... v 7'O
Section II. It shall be the duty Florida: hat I ...S:19ias .

of the City Marshal or any deputy I. Section 1. nat Section Three (31)> o elect three trustees to serve for 'Lr+ ______A 1.-
Varshal or policeman of tha said i :.f Ordiaaace No. 11 of the City of tte succeeding two years and to deI' sa W a "j ;

City to take possession of and place J -Ive Cat. Florida being an ordlnce er-r're the maximum number of U 05 a lit, !.k _u aY I-
la a posed to be provided for that ,. *i!!* of district school tax to be lev- Ule.-ccp.'L-! -- '
I' r!
e tltl.n ordiaaace: Ong r a E e
purpose any horse, male hog or goat ied f-T each of said years. I I .
te salary to be received bv the officers '
found by him or them running 'at I. of the City of Live Ook. Flor- J. W. Farces. J. H. Flemming and UO a -J 441pm IL !, 93ia >-3 A
large of the streets.. alleys. ''Ly___._.. -' !
upon any
ida." approved October 6. 1903. bead T C. Williams are appointed inspectors U ZG a m3! 4 p m .Salts a 3 .4
i.zbwayu or other unenclosed property and Rufus Griffin clerk. I ...
nJ..I -
tte same U hereby amended sos mt a -
within said City and likewise U46 a 510.m.Les4
Done crder of Board of Public .
by
Z.
> to read follows ; ,
take possession of and place in said I as : 4[ ( tuo_ .-L
posed any cow found by him or them (Section 3.) The City Marshal: 'Estmction of Snwannee County. Fla. a s n n 4' -- I..I UE '

of shall receive a salary of sixty-five T. E. WOOD. E.: R. WISE. B6 s tr t
mating at large on any the streets. a n p- rs-: .l'iJ a+"tiIb

alleys, lane, public highways or I' Dollars per month as City Marshal: Sec'y" and Supt. Chairman. a e1 1535 p.LY-F ar__... L" s a t."&:
other unenclosed property of said and the sum of Ten Dollars per ,

City of Live Oak within the boundaries I month as Sanitary Inspector of the Notice Cf Special Tax School Election U a ID;: 5 C -I .7i a IAfa
prescribed in Section I hereoL" City of Live Oak. Florida Houston District :Xo. 8. pn't I .

Section YIL For catching and Section IL That this Ordinance In accordance with Chapter 4673 IU1550.T ,. *t I.a'l.t.

impounding stock under this ordinance to sake effect immediately upon its and the school laws of Florida an

the City Marshal shall be entitled nassage. and approval by the Mayor.: election will be held la Houston Special (u) TeIecncIa.e TTje boos Station (f) I1ac Station tr) Bsciste W.-'t,
to the following fees namely: Passed by the City Council this Tax School District at the usual Lseaq SWiua: T. P..AJ.n05.S-h. e.t.ga0. .
For catching and impounding horses. !:nd day of April. A. D. 1907. voting place on Genera ft"Ageet.

mules and cows fifty cents per head. CHAS. H. BROWX.
goats thirty cents per head hogs one Attest: Pres. City CouncilS. Tuesday June llth A. D. 19o .

dollar per head. For feeding and P. )L\,YS. City Clerk. to elect three trustees to serve fort! III III Mill III Illllilllllllll ':

taking care of such stock while in L S. P Mays, City Clerk of the the succeeding two years and to de-1
r-ousd for horses mules and cows he City of Live Oak. Florida, do hereby termine the maximum number c! !
shaii -ecelv forty cents per day per certify that the above and foregoing riillls of district school tax to be levied ,

lead each for hogs or goats ten cents Ordinance Xo. f$ was regula- for each of said years.J iSEABOARDAirline I

per day per lead each; for advertis- 'T passed by the City Council on the H. Long. S. W. Kennedy and J. i|
ad such animals he shallreceive
.g selling *%nd day of April. 1907, and the :f. Knight are appointed inspector !
the of for I
om fifty cents
o.ar.e is hereby certified to the and Epstein Olin clerk. 1
- torses males or cows per head, and Mayor for his approval.Witness Don by order of Board of Public

for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- my hand and seal of said Instruction cf Suwannee County Fla.J. Railway. :
five tests per head each. The word
".oC- under this ordinance shall betaken City. this April 2!. 1997. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE.Sec.y .
** (Seal) S. P. MAYS.
to include "pigs. and ut. Chairman
City Clerk. r. Savannan Columbia Camden Southern Pines
Section Ha. That this Ordinance PETrnOX. ,
shall take effect immediately.upon Examined Loud approved by me this Raleigh, Richmond, Washington Baltimore,
,
Live Oak. Fla.. : 7 1907.
May
its passage by the Council and approval 3rd day of April. 1907. .
by tte Mayor as to Dales 3!. BRaO).!!:. :Mayor. Notice Is hereby given that we Philadelphia and New York. .,

4 horses goats and hogs but shall not #the undersigned tax payers and I* ,
go into effect as to cows until <0 days Notice Of Special Tax School: Election citizens of the territory to be known I

from Passed its passage by City by Council the City in CounciL regularsession Midway District Xo. U. i j. as district.the Rixford will present Special to the Tax Board School of II I TWO ELEGflNT: TRfllNS DAILY

this 8th day of April. A. D. In accordance with Chapter 467S Public Instruction first Tuesday In i
U01 CHAS. H. BROWX. and the school laws 0: Florida. an .,June petition reqnestion that a
President City CounciL ejection will be held in Midway Special I I special election be called for the purpose I
Attest: : Tax School District at the usual of establishing a Special Tax | Seaboard Express Seaboard Mai

S. P. 1\.ys. City Clerk Toting place on ; School district aa set up in the following ,
i petition. desiring to become i
a
1. S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the Tucsdaj Jane llth A. D. 19OT.o Special Tax School district for the

City of Live Oak. Florida.. do hereby elect three trustees to serve forte purpose of levying and collecting a
text!.' that tie above and foregoing succeeding two years and to determine district school tax for the exclusive I' Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ])

Ordinance Xo. SC was regularly passed the maximum number ot use of the public free schools within -

by tbe City Council on the 8th day Dills district school tax to be levied the district and of which said dis- +
of April A. D. 199, and the '
same trict the boundaries
of said
for each years. are herein set
his Is hereby approml.Witness certified to the Mayor. for G. K. Dorman. J. A. DeBerry andJ. out, towit: Commencing at the | The Jamestown Exposition Line;

V Brown are appointed inspectors southwest corner of Section 11. Town-
my hand and seal of said

City this Sth day of April. A. D. FOLK. VA.
1WT. i .NO

(Seal) S.. P. 1L\.Ys.
City Clerk. : ExcursIon Tickets on S' le Dailyk

Examined and approved by me +

this >U day of April. A. TX 1907.M. i
E. BROOME. Mayor. of For full inforRritemation and,Sleeper reservations call: OB a1J1 cfIII
+ Seaboard .

ORDL .L CIi :XO. 57.An dolFor i S. C. EOYLSTOX. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent. Jacksonv2fc**

Ordinance providing for the nun i """"
i 111
establishing opening tad extending
cf Wilbur street In the City of Uv j

Oak. Florida from the east aide of

Ohio avenue eastward to White VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESC tDOWLINQ
street In White's Addition to said
City tea hundred and thirty-two

U nn fEet. said street to be fifty
l5_> feet in width. PARKWAY

Be It O.-daia by the Mayor and Dyspepsia
C'lt.-- Council of the City of Live Oak.
Florida:
--
Section 1. That Wilbur street fa Gires rest to the stomach. For indigestion dyspepsia, sour stomach DO.. IlPOa1 THE 51"*AASEE IIVU'

the City of Live Oak. Florida as it tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach
puffed
stands be opened extended stomach nervous Mineral t5
now and
established from the eastern side of stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relief.Dlftttm Springs, Hotel and Cotta

Ohio avenue In said City fifty feet ..._ ..anr.a Mint Ymm bI HOT AND COLD BATHS .",.
tA4SURPASSED. SLDS
In width, at right angles with said I --.. si m ..... tN Q,..". ....., -a.as--+.a.ca--- WATER IN coco TA3LE. GOOO
Ohio arcane eastward to White street C-. M a .... taw.. .... __ 1.y.cL4.J EVERY ROQy. 8'LLIARDTAaLES- TELEGRAPHSPHONE s1'1
in White's Addiiton to the said City CONNEcTIONS. WnL EQUlPPE1)STABLESSHAIY PAV LL d.
Live Oai. the northern boundary RATES .
c REASONABLE S FROM LIVE ai
of which said extension shan be a The City Pharmacy. ;IULP. CO"ECDOM" LJYt-
line drawn at right angles with Ohio

ADDRESS PARK h HOTEU DOWL1NG PflRK. flORIDiII

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,,.,, .....-,,-y. ....rThe ;:- ::':'>-.; eYLyl .oJ;.+..rcww+gi,
rte '
Wafted States censor bureau A passer-by was amazed'at seeing'LiOa7M'fa. : WMI--
S.Cu.en cords of pulp ,g. O a
sues ttsamed la the United States an Irishman poking a dollar bill; ,.

through a crack In a board walk '
11Oe. u compared with S.1I1.U3Uti. Manufacturer: sLumber

The Increase Is due to theused "What under the sun are you doing Shingles Ice Electric Lights I

use of news print paper. that for?" he asked. -,. -
**-
;To kaadred and fifty mill :wereop-hundred "Why, y' see. sir," replied the Power and Turpentine.Electric t Wholesale and -Ke- -
two
nOC against .
rated Is Irishman without
looking from his
up
lrtJ--"n In 1105. Lights hi any part of the city furnished for Residence I
esd work "a
minute
ago Ol dhropped a or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power

}.oruo Laxative Fruit Syrup U bear nickel through this creek an' now I i day and night current-for manufacturing'purposes. I tail Dealers in'Flori-

.. women aDd children. IU mile Ol'm puttln a dollar through so's to Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special atten-

sRtoa ad pleasant tote makes such It make it wort me wholle to pull up tion. and all orders i promptlx rilled. da and WesternMEATS

J",referable tablets.to Solent eta purgatives Get the booklet th body's.walk an' get th nickel."-Every We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling anc .

** pUl"umpN of Orlno at City Phai flooring. Come and get our prices.
** a
'
dUttle -
1 ssu1. Wonderful Eczema Cure. .


>;i r .A after Kodol eating!awes occaslonaly.will reline years"Our" writes little boy N. A.had Adams.eczema Henrietta for five Live Oak Perry -& Gulf R. R. Co.

e1grefaUl and heart- Pa "Two of our home 'doctOrs
belching Phone 24.
t sour stomach said the case was hopeless his lungs i JthednlEffective, 3Iay 19. 1907.
of Newport. Tenn.. __ __
; ,.... J. B. Jones being affeo!ed. We then employed _. _
bottles of Kodol cured him wear BOUND EASTBOCMP '
,P says three It 1. sold here by City other doctors but no benefit resulted. lBT.CLAss CLASS I 1sT.crass 2aocw* Prompt deliveries
of dyspepsia. By chance we read about Electric Hail FaawnFit.. and III/ad &Purim iPasaen-Frt. andPasa.
Paaa pr. Pass. I 1 pr \I gr : Paaa.

." fbnD&e1 ntlced Bitters Improvement bought a bottle We and continuedthis soon No.I. No.&. No.S. t Nca.I.INf.-U-: :: : No.4. anywhere in the
Sunday Daily I Daily ex.
Label Them. fjt
Should medicine until several bottles Daily. ORbSunday.. ,.ct... San Only only Sunday.P.M. ..
made pictures of I -,-- -
"The care men were used when our boy was completely A.M.Lew. P. JrL I I P.M.Amv. P. U. 1 A. M. A. M.Am City.
now extinct Leave La.... Arras Arrive
oimalj daughter who cured. Best of all blood 800 Y 20 2 &.__..__._LJV Oak-._.__.,I 4 w, 6 M 1v 010 35
-Tftst's nothing: my medicines and body building health 8 13 2 18 3 001-..... ......... i 3 47i 5 44: 9 44 10 :
art abroad makes pictures I 822 222 3071.......:.......... ....tarr.----1 i 3 43 c 40 9 40.* 10
: has studied tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & 825 22 315S 340 5 ( 9 37 10 00
which never existed"- Groover 8 34 2 34 11.::::::::=:::_Isneaster.:__..:::.::=::I a 31 5 281> 9 28!; > 45LT
or aalmala Drug Store. SOc. d-w Ar 8 40 Ar 2 40'Ar 3 40|..._............Dowliog Park__._ I 5:0, i
PTt.DeWitt's Lv 8 4L. 4 45;LT 400,, .. .. Dowlin Park S 2% TAr 6 10"_. 4 20Lv, 925 The Great HeadacHe Cure.BromoPepsin,
lIoQltOD 8 49 4 48 4 Oo'!-....-. ..-... Cia a_ ...----. 8 19 'Ar 9 14,Ar .914
- 5071 10JaocUon
Time To Be Put sir 3 13 9 OSa
Out. 4 57 4 10.: :._ _
Mayo
Witch Hazel -" i i 3091 OS1! 903, 90S
CarbolUed The last moment had come. They 8 .80. (00 r4 201 1 ,3 0d a 00:LT 9 00' 900

halve does not merely heal on the aur- stood at the open door. For 24 long 9 06.I- SOS 4 35.-;I---_...- SOo_. 8 S 454.'Aray 8 ) 8p351 840 a

lice; it penetrates the pores and hours they would not meet again. 9 1. 5 10 4 40. _Townsend._ I 6 6: 2 S3\; H-. B: "Note the Word Pepsin..
40
caused by 525 500- =:_.._.,_Smith ;
KtnapUy relieves pain. "Light of my life" she murmured 9 SSI S 38 5 15'_ _____Fenholloway_ Z Y1418' 8 14- 7 51
Jon scalds cuts and skin 555 5 Jo,..._..._ .._Pviiy. .__ 2i3( 4 800LT 740 C Headache. Indigestion,
,, barns feverishly twining herself with redoubled Ar1.55s.5 Ar IS 20 Ar 545. H unptoD SprinaL__,, 2 OO L S &ilL" T -1 Lv 7 15 G U R E
jteeases. It Is especially good for ardor about his muscular I t P. M. + P. JoL i A.M. t I P. t. j I .5L \.K c) lnso114 Nervousness
of Imitations. Sold by
pile Beware form. "Light"Matilda _"
d* On the Spot.
City Foannacy. ," said a gruff voice from MAYO AM> ALTON CKANCH.s .
Ho Opiates. Absolutely HarmlessAn
above "put out the light and come tabed. .
Richard III. ."-New York Press. WEST IOCNDo. US.tc-. DncfuU.* U*. tai S9.

Richard was offering his kingdom Frt.& Paa e. P ..en P Frt .' Frt.a,.PuwD;Passes for Sale By
P... Paaa. a-er I .er I! Pus. I Pass grr pr
fat a horse. The Lordly Housemaid. The Pharmacy
City
:
"Take notice" he cried. "I didn' N"1'1 Na 9, 1N:.11. No.13. Nca.1I. No.10. .u..4 No.14.
"And do have to be called In '
you Daily 'SundaySunday Daily Dail 7 mdayez.uoJer.bus.
: Only Only .Sua. ex.SUL 0uI7t. LIVE OAK, FLA.
tip. : : .a
-nd.J'r
111 I the morning! asked the lady whc: ] I
Herewith they saw he was one of A Itf P. >t 1 P. 'N. ArL P 't 41-23-trwi-vt.
about vto girl.
was engage a new I IJ
.
of humanity.-New Leave Leas Leave Arrive Amy. Arm.
ti, few sages "I don't has to be. mum" repliedthe l 9' 440 .43$ :0 3JI&yoJanetioD/ __ 769 300 865 2S:; .
Sao.Kldsey. I t 2Z 466 9531 b 43 .................?. Clark 739 243 8 2 Y2
york applicant. "unless you happen tc. 933 see lam! 5 53 ,......,......-PeterllOa 727 233 a 212 H. J. MORRIS
9 r. s :3'1''a Ie 151 1 606 ....._.......-Muo._._ 71$. 220. s 321 zoo) i
!need me!"-Yonkers Statesman. I ....._.._.._ ..
I ArlO 06 Ar 6 4O\ArU %5' 61 Alton Lv" 1)0) ;Lv Z 1 L" 11.,1. 160 i
I complaint kills more people I Contractor and Builder

I thus aT other disease. This is duet.'the I ICOXFEUER.TE Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and
r disease being so Insldlous'that I :from Live Oak and Perry. For further information as to connections with othei:! Apply for plans, estimates
ben VETERAN REUNION. lines call on any ticket agent. Trains makes connection at Live Oak with al I and specifications.
the system
hold
i ftp tsa good on I :Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.J. t

it U recognized. Foley's Kid- LEE ENSIGN, President. R. P. HOPKINS. Tra-" i Office on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing.

r Mf Car will prevent the develop- S. T. GRINS H.\W. Superintendent. m t

Btnt of fatal disease If taken in time. Richmond.

I I Qty rU.rm&Cr. dw* '- : : i

'j_ I i I t : 1I
:I The Seaboard Air Line Railway DK. CHAS. E. TAYVETERINARY.
' What He Was Doing.
, low excursion rates from
I' suppose" abe said with fine announces ;
1 I
,
[all Florida points made one cent per .
"'10G were sitting up with a
i stream. mile to Richmond. Va., and return It

!rin40.!" he truthfully account of the Re-Union. Tickets ou at Solicits residence your-Phone p:1roI1aie-Office: rings) 143 ft

.n'dear. replied sale May 26. 27, 28, 29 and 30th.i i
with a friend.Hoostofl .- +++M-t t+++++*44-4b)4-l4+;'rChamberIain'lc
1 was settin"em up The Seaboard operates double dally J

Post service from Tampa, Jacksonville

and other Florida points. Extra I j ,.

Wfcea JOUr back aches It Is almost through Pullman sleepers and day I ANALYZED

terulably an Indication that some- coaches base been arranged so all t

thug U wrong with your kidneys. be mad. comfortable. )
may Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
{'eat. diseased kidneys frequently In order to allow their patrons to Allover the U. S. and in foreign countries the remarkable Colic,

CUM a break down of the entire sys- ExposItion. the popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the atten-
visit the Jamestown ties aDd ba same the criticism of Health aDd PaN Food AathoritiN. Almost family has need
... DcWltfs Kidney and Bladder Seaboard will honor return portion J Aa a direct oaselueae.Coca-CoA: hu been earefvJ'y' UIaITsed banerT every
weak kid- sestina by the most eminent ehemitts, and near ba a smais m. of a reliable remedy tor colic or
; Rls.aSord prompt relief of Richmond tickets from Ports- Stance has a derogatory report Mea ft't1InIed. 111 fees the ear.n.as of during the
backache. Inflammation of the rates GDdinp ia that'THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN COCACOLAJacksoDTllle p c airnea at sane time
ri round trip
1 MT The total "
mouth.
i ANY MOBS H.&BIroL THAN IS roUND IN TEA 0&OOITEE. *
: tfedder and all urinary troubles. from some of the Important points ta jrer. is recommended .
d* I Coca-Cola Bottling Co., JaekioivIII, Ficc.ty This remedy
. ,, M4 by Qty Pharmacy. Florida, are as follows. I by dealers who have sold it for

, .' Jacksonville .I13.7 many years and know its value. t

,"dClDf'llt. Lake City. . . . 1S.*;5 I It has received th/tisanvk cftestanom&k

Dvbley say his motto .is. 'Live Live Oak . . . . 13.75! from grateful people.

; i atJkara."* Madison . :. . . 14.0'* It has been prescribed by physicians '

t "Roll. If he isn't more successful Monticello . . . . 14.6f; I with the most satisfactory

. =; K lit former than tbe latter Veil Tallahassee . . . ll.IS: I, results.

I H going to his funeral lOOn110 ."- Gainesville . . . . 1*.I? I It has often saved Efe before
f
' I; RIUi |phla Press. Ocala . . . .. 15";;; ''I medicine could have been sent for

. Leesburg . . . . .16.5> i'M or a physician summoned.

Rhea your tooa Da' not been pro- Tavares . ... . .. 1670; I It only costs a quarter. Can

HMT digested the entire system la Apopka . . ... . 16..;) \ you auord to risk so much for so

'4f9lre4 the same proportion. Orlando . . . .. 16.7!) t I hale? BUY FT NOW
';
4; her stomach needs help. Kodol For Dade City . . .... 17.05! TeMC saase I

I. hfifestioa and Dypepsla not only Plant City . .. ..... .. 17.55!

***U vhat you eat. it tones the TampaManatee. . . . . 11.55 Sick LiversA

I ***<& and adds strength to the . . . . 18.Z0; ) f or KILL THE COUCH
1 18.5 J
KD s body Makes rich pure blood. Palmetto AND CURE THE LUNCS

i jt loW conforms to the National Pots Bradentown 18.50 VEGETABLE

I p. had ud Drag Law. Sold by City Sarasota 1!>.'" PURELY Ore {
: I WITH ig's)
COMPOUND
-
d announcedfor
F ac7 While these rates are \ ll
z I Veterans they: .
Confederate
\ the CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.
The Most Attentive. open to tie public. QUICKLY CURES SIA MALARIA. CHILLS and New Bssssssry:

,. A certala bishop as ha was going Seaboard tave issue! a very ALL UVEH COMPLAINTS. EI *
*-t its diocese asked the porter ol The folder devoted '- GUARANTEED CURE far all diseases produced by fOR H* UWdlciJ>II M 50 I attractive and expensive A IMPURE SLOOD. One bottle pur- OLDS TiLJ Bottie Fit
I?: hutle chaplain Copies TORPID LIVER and
asylum how
a this occasion. Ul1lUJCTROUSLES.GUARANTEED .
entirely to sav. vote a sick spell tomorrow. AND ALL THROAT !:
1t\ca be. the bishop had lately ap of this folder and other informs "' cnaed today may SAXISFAC'.rOK

*Mated'sa getting on. be obtained on application FEVER AFTER OS MONEY B. ''UNDEA
AND
tion can
CHILLS
... I I *'. "his to CURED or
= my lord. said tte man. to any Seaboard agent or ALL OTHER MEDICINES rAILED I

JtMealagU most successfuL The S. C. KO\LSTON. Jr.. WhiteweU. Emory,, Tex: -
W. A.
.t6xa. leojoys It partlckler.--Tltha Assistant General Passenger Agent. writes Mr.- "My child had chills: and fever

J cli'OIl\'ilIf': Fla. for four year' We tried all kind of of F WORTHY

,Iicines. aDd fDal1yan acquaintance:
Tne
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OTICE.U .--- Gl'IUH.XOT'C'E. mine recommended Herbine. We ua'd oRGAtisrt-'
, j': Jie hereby pvon that three bott1et, and the child is now.cornpletely -
: Is
ce hereby given that the Notice ; cured. You han my pe60LDANORECOMMENDED
publicatioDt'ls
after the first 1 cheerfully Sold direct from factory at factory price.
J l) iced sixty days testimonial as
as administrator of. the guardian of and to rblish this Mention this
1 **.*. of of notice, I. U Strip rec-QlDmend Hrbine to all mothers Scndforfrte Catalog paper.
J. A. will LouIse
Adams deceased Hattie
for the estate of having children sfflicted u mine. WD.tLUII..UJlalUJlO CO.CBICA6:
I; "Xeadar. the first day of July minor wIll make my annuarepor \ GET THE Glm.Eax a
ling. F Sic
I'
fi3TTLL.
_. present his vouchers receipts and vouchers of saId J. ='Guard. Con .t i. U6t LINIMENT CO. !!!@
l Honorable SNOW
eS t.; report of and for the Estate ofr' IlalU"olp. to the his office In thE BLURn EDUCATION :
Judge at A. t
Adams. deceased and there-I nor. County Florida and will alI ST. LOUIS. u. S. &F..hrab ioray.
,., ** 4If Live Oak t v'an.lM+,.aa
city
?" e Hfly JOT his final discharge as said time ask for a final discharge L.."i' % C .r 1- w.r1',w.cea r ar,by,rtes. a
-e
i1I-' tor of the said estate. from said guar Ja Nil STRIPLING 4 BY i &'&..Ii 1ss LY....w 1..4..7" .:.tLa.n1

- .r I J, 11. "WETHERIXOTOX. I Stripling, j
Louise
..1f1 1 .. Administrator. Guardian for Baffle I
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CA ," THE STATJB FOK,; ttaesaesW m. '
I ULBCE AMOCNT.Conttaaed K.Jenkinsv :i Z-ii(..

Witnesses ta baieas corpus

Ooaatewrmn Exercises of the ( from page ooe.) Aaron and Paul Detans 17.S9

Fbi&a Institute. Stay 16-:: J90:. J N. Conner county Judge
. t SS
.
Jb cases
tided yesterday is the Loa!'siMe cost and four

t xastville Railroad Company TS. N. B. H. Raekerson sheri3s cost

The Florida Baptist Institute dr. 'BrowaW. .\. C. Croons W. H. EHfs.JW. In four cases in county
.. rteaty-sJxti annual con encelre3t . : .4
_
I .u. -
V. Kaoti and B. E. ifeUn.j as Judge coon FIRST AND
-:3,157.: at tte African LAST
3Czj State
j trustees of the Internal ImproveatenLFaced : J. L Stewart, witness!

B&pCst Tctorc3, Lire Oak Fix. I of the state of Florida. TS. John Lee _ -- .SO

The commencement exercises b& | The first portion ofecree Witnesses State TS. Lem Sherman .

522 ca Thursday May
dosing exercises of the prizoar? tepartmeat. -I institution of suit the defendants the Jurors, said ease . . 3.'Q Mean $ $ made to

The little folks renaer' d i trustees, or their _ucce ers in office A. E. Leslie Justice, cost In all who

quite &n excellent programme, which {I sold to one Neil G. Wade for the two cases: ._ _._ .. '.:1 buy or wear them. In .

consisted of two operettas, "A Day in I sum of t=%3.Sf, on July 3, 151:. J. H. Rickerson. sheriff's cost and s y
no.adomaM -A Dream of Fairy- 1st ease durability, Shield Brand
U.eI Justice court.
t land embraced in the grant to two cases.
l one exercises of the depart- company and that since said sale the district ._ . o._ _. 10.6) foe the mark of perfectlau

: neat were tie most successful ereiwitnessed I trustees tare had this money: in theirpossession Jurors. in said cases . . 6.93 80l"D DY RELIABLE MERCHANT or%

: in the history of the In- aad invested at the rate Witnesses State vs. Roe Gamble M. C. mr / "*

stitution. The renditions resembled of 2 S per cent per aanara. The . .. . ._ 0 1.00R. KISERCOI: I CA.
Z well traced battalions which showed order then reads: C. Daughtry. Justice cost. .

: : earnest and skilful work on the pan Now, therefore it is ordered ad- State TS. C. H. Smith . 2-13 I

1 of the teacher In charge. Judged and decreed, that the said de- F. G. Hall constable's cost. I

I On Friday eTeU. 1g. May lath the j Pendants N. B. Broward. A. C.Crooni. said case . .-. 3-78
'
; : public was entertained by a most I W. H. Ellis W. V. Knott and )l. L. Barrett 2 days as coun-

i z pleasing operetta, entitled "Alrft B. E. McLin. trusses of the Internal ty com. and 1 day and i smiles

) r Gray," which was indeed interesting I Improvement Fund"of Florida, and on roads ._.. .. ._. "60

i and appealed highly to the aesthetic their saecessors in once. be and are J. C. Davis. 21* days and 22 .

! : taste of an who witnessed it. So hereby required to pay to the complainant miles as county conu. and 1 I OUR SAVINGS DAPARTME2W

i ; t..igIi.yas the audience pleased that within thirty days from day and 12 miles delivering

! ; by special request it was repeated date the said sum of $223.824, with ballot box .. . '.t9 : is not restricted in the scope of its patnsagt

:: i Friday, May, 24th, with even more interest thereon from July 3, no:, to J. H. Grant. 2 days and 34 i broad enough to accommodate aU, and .ii

, i success than the first I this date at the rate of 2\ per centper miles as county com- and ..

,:' Monday, Hay ISth 11 a. m., tie I' annum. towit: the interest 3 j k daIS and 7 3 miles oa i HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:
:
Baccalaureate sermon was ably de- amounting to S27.27S.35. the salprincipal < I roads ,. . ... ... !1.'lO
folks with their
L- The small
I'I'i' i young savings,
1 Tered. before the student body and and interest aggregating Wo A. Tison, 2 days and 24 : _
bread inner
! .. .. '.. 2.-The striving to accnmclate i fW
I faculty of the Institution by Rer $251.1'2.55. with interest from the miles as county com
t to procure a home or a competency fort
r J. X. Stokes of Orlando Fla. At S date at the rate of 8 per cent per an- J. C. Davis 1 day and 32 'dtt l a
... .__..... 5-20 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience aferdai
i PL nan excellent sermon cf the num: and that in default of payment miles on roads &
: the income provided.
same character was delivered by ReT.t wittin said time the complainant do J. J. Dempsey, 2 days and 5 Smiles
C. Holman. of Tampa. Fla. I tare the execution against the said as county com. and .: 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other jay

The exercise of the preparatory department ,defendants. their lands and tenements 19 miles delivering ballot
: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Lire
{ Monday May 20ua, was of i goods and chattels, for tie box .. __ .. ._ _... 10.80 Oak, f iTO

I, a high quality a:1- rendered with I said sums so decreed as aforesaid: G. B. Lord as treasurer, war- i I : . . . . . . . . . . III .......
much credit. :and that until the said defendants to rant for balance on courthouse -

Tuesday. May 21st. S p. m. the ,the said payment shall be made: by warrant: No. 1218

undergraduates of the Normal department .the said complainants as herein decreed dated April 15, 1904 _.. 3431.20

il+t rendered their annual program- the said defendants are enjoined Suwannee Drug Co.. drugs for THE JAMESTOWN

t' me. whirl consisted of the best talent and restrained from using deposing Jail . .. _.. _. .. 1.00

t of the department. Each rendition of or encumbering in any wise, M Burnett & Co., suppliesfir

,: showed much patient and careful the said money, or from paying It, or jail .. ., _. ...._.. 21.20E.
preparation, reflecting much credit any part thereof to any person otter J. Blame & Co.. supplies EXPOSITION=:

upon the teachers in charge. than the complainant.'* for courthouse and Jail.... 18.10

The Class Day exercises of the Barclay & Grover 2 Ink sets VIA

I graduating class were held at the in- COUNTY COMMISSIOAERS. for courthouse _.._ 0 . 2.00J.

sctation Wednesday, May :2, 19 a.1 N. Conner, county judge'scost :The Atlantic Coast Line RailwayPeople
(Continued from page one.)
I' I m. Each member displayed an I two insanity cases and

; usual amount of wit and humor 5 affidavits for license. .... 5.25 all Florida: the Atlariic Cwt Is
e H. & W. B. Drew Co.. suplies over see
which
was quite entertaining. L. Julian Efird. physician insanity -

At night the alumni association for courthouse and Judge case .... ... ... 2.00 "Purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Erpss
Palmer .. . . . %..:1
teld its public exercises in the: chapelof The board took recess until tomor- C. S. Brown, same service.. %..qOF. Two daily trains. each way with through PuSnaa! la
tie institution which -
-
were largely: E. Thomason same service. 2.00T. .

attended. row. J. Lyle citizen, 2 insanity sleeping cars.

Thursday evening. May 23rd. the cases ... . 0 _. .. . 2.00J.
graduating exercises of the Normal Live Oak. Fla., May 8, 1907. W. Bryson 5 affidavits for ';f Season sixty day and fifteen day limit excursiaes.'R

department were held. Excellent The Board of County Commissioners license . .. ... . 1.25J. kets #eale daily from 16th Ncv.3Ctfcatfcwtfe
of Sawannee county Florida, met en April to
and, well prepared essays and orations C. Lyle repairs to lights in

were delivered by three young pursuant to adjournment, and was courthouse . . . 50 Coach excursions at very low rates.. -
called to order by Chairman W. A. *
ladies and six
young men. W. H. Lyle 347 names on "
Tison. Present: M. L. Burnett J. C. For further imformation nearest as-
The annual address to the class see your
court petition . :. . 17.35
Davis J H. Grant and J. J. Dempsey.The .
was delivered by Rer. G. P. McKintey. ;
J. S. Parker. 176 names on
"board ordered the clerk to road; agent or write FRANK C. BOYLSTGF
D. D.. Lire Oak Fla. After
court petition . . 8.80J.
notify the following named persons to District Passenger Atlantic Coast Is
which the diplomas were presentedby H. Rickerson. Janitor keeping Agent,
the president.. Prof. L. C. Jones. have roads used by them repaired as convict record commis-
required by Section 860 and 3674 of acksonville Florida.'
A. M. sions, etc . . __. 149.53 ,
Among the distinguished guest was the general statutes, and also to noti-

Prof. Jno. Hope. A. M. president of fy them that' unless repaired as abovementioned The board.adjourned until the next

Atlanta Baptist College. action will be taken to regular meting.

The exercises were well attended have them comply with the law governing -IJ. W. BRYSON, W. A. TISO John B. Stetson Univerat;

throughout the commencement, and the use of public roads, toil Clerk. Chairman.Live .

were of unusual character not mar- : Dorman Lumber Co., Porter I FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS _'

red by a single failure which was Lumber Co., Santa Fe Lumber Co., Oak Fla., May 21, 1907.

due to the harmonious and cooperation Vernon Lumber Co., C. B. Olliff & The Board of County Commissioners DELAND, FLORIDA }

work of the faculty. I Co., L. W. Helton W. B. Collins and of Suwannee county Florida, at :
The session just ended was one of D. L. Byrd. a meeting called for and held on said Affiliated with the University of Cfocago j

I W. G. Hair was allowed to keep date; at which were present Commissioners 3
the most successful in the history of COLLEGE OF LIBERAL A.RTS.-The standards arethoeefltk
the institution.The slab run over public road upon the W. A. Thou M. L. Bur- Tersity of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees. *

Florida Institute has been condition that he have another road nett and J. lL.Grant, fixed the bondof Stetson and Chicago See the Chicago and Stetson'.p-
opened around slab W. W. Hawkins clerk of the COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of .
more largely attended this year than run and also keep Crim- tine law in Florida without
examination.
ever before. The enrollment reach- the road under slab run in good inal Court of Record of Suwannee COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF YL _

ed three hundred and fifty-eight, order for the traveling public. county Florida at two thousand dol- Mechanical. CiviL Electrical Engineering and Maatai, **-"'.jg

nearly one hundred boarders. The On motion, J. J. Dempsey was appointed lars.The leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment fL
COLLEGE **
bond OF BUS "ESS-Banklng In all its branches
of W. W. *
increasing number of students each committee to investigate application Hawkins as by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective coJIIIother : sl
year has made it highly necessary to of Thomas Jefferson Walker clerk of the Criminal Court of Re- StartmentsLarge Faculty and commodious buildtet

tare a new main building to accommodate : for admission to Deaf. Dumb and cord having been filed with the board PREPARATORY ACADEMY. Graduates prepared to "
1 Blind SchooL for approval, the same was approved Yale Princeton Cornell. Michigan Chicago and all ftrst-**" .
our students hence .
we are NORMAL h
by the board. AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-1. Kindergarten .
oroced to appeal to the patrons and On motion. J. J. Dempsey was bullding. JL Primary and Grammar School In separate btuespecially ,
friends of the school to help us erecta authorized to hire watchman for The following claims against the Schools prepare Public School teachers.

suitable building, which will be a bridge at Branford until next regular county were ordered paid: building lICSIC SCHooL.-A. 10000.00 pipe organ r_ a dozen pWtOC. .

credit to the denomination and race. meting of the board. W. A. Tison, 1 day and 24-" ART large SCHOOI faculty.-New thorough Studio.courses of stud,models.. etc .'
Costly casts, t
On the first Monday of October The following claims against the miles as commissioner J 4.40J. Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and Instructors. 'DfIit ct
1907. at the opening of the new county were approved and ordered H. Grant 1 day and 34 green from the CniTersltT of Chicago Dar05umbia 13University

school term, there will be a great certified to the comptroller for his miles as commissioner . 5.40 : Toronto.of Michigan Wake. Forest L viiferBowdoIa. Ctred llf
Dennison Universities. tMWj ,
) and other
tiS
Woman's Domestic Science and t I approval: M. L. Burnett. 1 $300.000.90
Farmers -j day as com- in buildings and quarter "
1 equipment: nearly a
Conference held at the Florida r Jurors In inquest of Silas Turner missioner . . . 2.00 edoyment; an endowed library of over 13.000 Tolumes: a Dees S
Institute. There will be discussions'''' . . . . .y a with$10.000.00 costly funlshlngs* including "talned"glass windows T ail II_
There being no further business, pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete sppsr+ .,
on all subjects pertaining to the industrial -, Witnesses in said inquest . dosed Athletic .
the board adjourned until their Field running track tennis courts. baseball ...
Jurors in inquest of W. H. next gridiron,
moral besides
education and religious -: sop
swimming rorlng ;
regular golf, and other sports
uplift of all the people. Con-!! Starling . . . . 9.55 W. meeting In June 1907.J. ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for tnenu %!'j ft'<#
BRYSON. BacteriolOgy.
tributlons will be taken up for the Witnesses in said inquest . 5.45 W. A. TISON.C1 electric lights,Mineralogy and Biology several large niose'1?ISrGI*&m
I The following claims against the rb- Chairman.Two avenues : electric bells steam heat, cement walks. sheD. :fWl
erection of a new building. i spacious campus social. & *$
and shrubbery and trees; JIlt
Many pledges hare been taken and county were approved and ordered hundred thousand tartan other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian aw ue
paid: dollars, the teaching. The location u4
fa healthful ,
beautiful and
hare promised to pledge.
may .more are low
largest contribution For "
for famine relief catalogs, views the 1'r
address
J. H. Rickerson, feeding prisoners and Information
the first Monday,
which will be paid '
ever made in
one
!I I for April . .$179.40M. day, has been sent LINCOLN HULLET DIa
in October. to China by the Christian Herald.
Invited to E. Broome fees as court |
The public is cordially
attend this opening. j, commissioner In five habeas If you want to harvest .
President }I corpus cases .. .. .. 30.00 i money, try I Advertise DemocrdlThe
L. C. JONES. an advertisement In the Democrat. in Daily


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