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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: April 13, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 243., LIVE"Oa! FLORIDA, 'SATTRDAY.. APRIL_18,,.10O7., -l ,fit w ;.

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,WAS HQPE"3SSLY J.. T. GRAVE SAIa IIL BRYAN
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Jail Without Bail
r Banded to Roosevelt Should Pat Bryan In Nomination =
for a Summer
ia4 Prospect for President tn 19O8, a*
.w, IB the Tombs
Bryan Defeated:. by Money
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r York.. AprU 12.-Hopelesslyeevenfor t i Doanoke. Va.. April 12.-WUHan*
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; ... a verdict of guilty I Jennings Bryan, In an interview. today -*

order'm the first degree and five I was asked for an expression on

aitUl on the ground of Insanle I !' ? I the suggestion made: by John Temple

$. jury which since the 23rd. 0 J i Graves of Atlanta Ga., at a banqueton
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ist January, had been trying Harniaw. Wednesday'night at Chattanooga
today aftertseven i that Bryan nominate Roosevelt for
reported
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hours and eight minutes'e11beraUoD. president. Mr. Bryan said:

' that It could not pos- I "I aa1d'at the banquet In Chattanooga -

agree upon a verdict. The I all that'at present I can says '
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discharged I then said: i
1, men were promptly '
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Fitzgerald who declared 'As at present ad used I cannot :
irfee
believed their task was -a I see that It Is my duty to nominateMr.
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elesa. Thaw was remanded to .... r Rosevelt. In both of my campaigns -

Tombs. withput ball to await a .H > I I stated that I would not be a

ad trial.on the charge of having candidate for a second term If elected
sued'Stanford White the noted I and as I have endeavored to
secure constitutional amendment

Miea altect the new trial would take j I making a president Ineligible for a*

pe po one connected with the case I second term I could not conscientiously -
Jlflit would express an opinion. .urge the renomlnation of :Mr. T

racy Jerome declared that there Roosevelt for a second term even If

e many other persons accused of there were no other. reasons.** ;'

kids awaiting trial and Thaw .
i Evansville Ind., April 12.-The
ild have to take his turn with the t
'\ i Hendricks the
club largest Democratic
of
AS to a possible change ,
Pif.YLe,;::=- organization In the State while
and counter -
ue,the district attorney
Thaw declared they would celebrating the birthday of Thomas

it nonsuch move. Thaw's attor- Jefferson tonight adopted the follow-
conference tomorrow ing resolutions and telegraphed to
i will have a
decide their -D"y in Philadelphia Press. John Temple Graves of Atlanta.. Ga.;
i the prisoner to upon "
"The Hendricks club of Evansvllle
t step; They will make an early
believes that in the interest of
a
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Jerome
bail. Mr.
Static?, for ,
1 ke would strenuously oppose it. COTTON CROP INJURED TO BE FEDERAL AGENTS UNWRITTEN 'square:deal' Roosevelt should nominate -
LAW AGAIN
added the belief that as seven of Bryan,(or president in 1908, as
-r there Is now no doubt that -
Bryan was
for"guilty" his %
jurors had fOte: .
SCOLD i beaten In 1896 by the contributionof
be eas-
osttloa wou4 probably suc
In_that event Thaw has anoth- WEATHER HURT PEACHES* :.fCOOU1'TANTSoF .RAILROADS. PROMINENT POLITICIAN IS RELEASED money from insurance companies _
Jong y summer before him in the MELONS AND EARLY TO BE SWORN AGENTS OF FROM CUSTODY IN railroad companies and tariffprotected -
the alcrowded VEGETATIONWIND GOVERNMENT i monopolies, and that President -
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prisoa, for,his case pn LOUISIANA
Rosevelt knows this to be'a fact;' and -
ly criminal calendar can- }
' i that Bryan In stood' the "
1896 on platform
possibly be reached until some

.next.Prisoner falL Remanded. HAS DAMAGED PEACHESMelon I II TO ENFORCE THE TARIFFS!,JURY REFUSED TO INDICT on railroad on which regulation.Roosevelt" now' stands ,

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ftea the Jury arrived Justice Fitz- ] HAD. MANY DIAMONDS.
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ild notified them of,the Jurys com- Crop Must Be Replanted-i-Ex- Alin Authority In the Matter of Allowing Favrot Who Killed Aldrich Just

blcation. that a disagreement act Extent of Injury to Peach Claims Will Be Charged I After Being Elected to Congress Was Offering Five Thousand Dollars

pd Inevitable. Everyone .coned Crop Not Known as Yet Under New Plan, Is a Free Man Again Worth of Gems for One
: with the case seemed willing Thousand Dollars.

ecept the situation as offering no I I Tampa. April 12.-City Detective
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and then followed the brief (Atlanta Constitution). Washington. April 13.-To put an 1 Baton Rouge. La.., April 13.- Wooiweaver this morning arrested G.
loom proceedings at which thegreement As a result of what is said to be end to rebates and discriminations i I[Democratic Congressman George K. H. Tripp a man claiming to hail

was announced the ju- the coldest April weather on recordat in railroad charges, the Interstate i!|Favrot. was set free Thursday after from .New York who had In his possession -

U dismissed and the prisoner the office of the weather bureau commerce commission proposes to i I I I having' been in jail continuously for between five and six thousand

anded. the opinion is expressed by Commis- take a radical step. The commissioner -i,I about five months under arrest on a dollars worth of diamonds and Jewelry

haw,when he had returned to the sioner of Agriculture T. G. Hudson will make every head accountant charge of murder and awaiting ac- which he had been trying to dis-

At, prepared and gave out the that growing crops In middle and of a railroad a sworn agent of the I I tion of a grand jury. Today by a pose of to local pawnbrokers for one

iwlng.,statement: south Georgia truck gardens practi- government bound to the exact en- unanimous vote the second grand thousand dollars. He came here

I believe that every man on thepossessing cally all over the state and the fruit forcement of the law and to guar Jury which has considered his case Wednesday and has been under the

average intelligence crop In many sections have been se- antee that the letter of published refused to indict the congressman. surviellance of Chief of Police Walker

tine possibly Mr. Bolton com- riously damaged. The temperaturewent tariffs shall be enforced to the making Favrot last November shot and I I and his detectives. He yesterday

ded the weight of .evidence down to 32 degrees-freezing and collecting of charges. This I killed Dr. R. H. Aldrich. of Baton endeavored to borrow a thousand dol-
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balanced it for acquittal. All point-here last night. plan of enforcing the new law has : Rouge who bad been his lifelong lars from a local hotel-keeper with
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bmily bid good bye with courage. "Cotton south of Fort Valley been devised as a result of the studiesof i friend The congressman declared whom he has been stopping and of-

a It (D. V.) we may all keep Commissioner Hudson said "Is damaged Prof. Henry C. Adams ia chargeof : that the; physician had made disparaging tered a lot of diamonds valued at five
t: something like 50 per cent I statistics for the commission. j remarks about Mrs. Favrot. thousand dollars as security. The

oshV: attorneys. Thaw said he think 25 per cent of the cotton that Under the new plan the allowance : The shooting occurred after an exciting man claims to be the representativeof

deeply disappointed. '"But I is up has been killed and as much of a claim will become a mere matterof J election, in which Favrot had a large pawnbroker firm of At-

1 hardly expect anything else in more of that which is not yet will accounting instead of a matter of demonstrated great popularity and lanta and that he has the diamonds

of the. events_ of the past few never grow to maturity. The warm traffic. No traffic officer will be em- while Favrot was still Judge of the etc., to dispose of for them. When

/he added. Earlier in the day weather led to extensive early planting powered to order that an A's rate Baton Rouge court which today set arrested Tipp was found to have in

R' lead given out another state- hence the destruction from the shall be the published tariff rate less him free. He resigned and was indicted his possession fourteen diamond

tin which he said he had detiat cold, weather has been the greater. 20 per cent and that B's rate shall by a split vote by a grand jury rings two watches three pins two -

ft fin fate should be judged "Truck has been killed; corn oats be the published rate less 10 per cent. which had been selected under his heavily studded diamond bracelets.
and grain have been badly damaged jurisdiction before the shooting Be- Tipp has been
tithe "written laws of the stat To obey the order would involve the coming to Tampa
but will recover to some extent; can- cause one of the jurymen, who indicted
formerly drummer
'es York" he declared that the sworn accounting officer in a violation as a for a New
ace adduced had convinced even I taloupes and watermellons have been of the law. and of his oath to him, was illeterate the findingswas York millinery and notion house.

act Attorney Jerome of his In-I killed and replanting. will be neces- I obey It. So it has been decided to squashed, the supreme court of The police authorities are sure they

'ace.under ,the strict letter'of the 'i sary. take away from the traffic officials all Louisiana sustaining the quashing. have made a valuable arrest and have'wired
Is difficult to estimate the damage
"It : discretion and authority in the matter the PInkertons, informationas
that has been done peaches and Culberson Says He Is Not After Presi to diamond
i of claims. It shall become exclusively a robber wanted in
t: How They Voted. other fruit but late reports indicate an accounting affair. dency. Baltimore and other cities where re-

fc e final' ballot-taken Just before that It has been extensive. There Is Austin Texas April 12.-Senator!I cent large diamond thefts have been

tUl'7 reported Its disagreement BO doubt about the fact that the high C. A. Culberson in an address delivered -- made.
| LOCAL DISPENSER ABSCONDS.
of the
winds have beaten a great deal
*wl
P1' conviction: of murder In the young fruit off the trees." 'Took Away With Him '.,600 of the I Ii referred to the boom that has been Cattle and Crops in Cuba Suffer from

degree Messrs Doming B. fromthe i, County's Funds. started for him for the presidency Want of Rain. ;"
McArthur has returned
E. L.
Moremani; George"Pfaff. No. 2; completed -(' Columbia. S. C.. April 12.-W. H. as folows: "I am not a candidatefor Havana April 12.-The rural
jN"u. Pecke. No 3; Harry C. I Park where he has just Ander- Wolfe, a local dispenser has absconded the nomination for the presidency.That I guards report the death of hundreds

?. *!No. I; Charles D. Newton. !, six nice cottages for Dr. with 1.600 of the county's funds. Is such a delicate honor in itself :01 cattle throughout the Island as a

k. Joseph"B. Bolton, No. 11, and son.Henry. This Is the first shortage to come to and It would involve such responsibility result of the continued drought.

1,P lG" rstman.No.l2. .; ; C. Harney No. 5; )Malcolm S. light under the county: dispensary to myself and to the democratic !Cuba has not had ,a god rain since

aeqcltUl on.. the ground of inMesrs -. Fraser No. 7; Wilbur F. Steele No.' system,:the law having been,ia, oper- party that' .I would not, seek the October cyclone and the crops

t Oscar A. Pink No. 4;; ',* John S. Dennee. No. 10. ation scarcely one month. 11.- J lare suffering greatly. '

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.' "pBeIImoiis DcwSr Work Just Because ORDINANCE. : & to the northern_fxranado" of Wilbur ?RO]
street, as It n!w stand* running at
has ao seriaosly affected tor .right your cough Is only in thi throat and An Ordinance to amend Sections rlfht angles saMOhJo*avenue,103Z
1 2 and 7 of Ordinance No.1* of the O& MWM, ,
doat
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tang." writes Mrs. Fannie Connor does not trouble yon now, feet .White street In White' Addii -
ate t1ou.. When City of Live Oak. Florida being an in said City of Live Oak Slot
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of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. Toon.. think that it needs no Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to i BROWN :&;
continuously night 'It has not had much of a start Is theme Ida. excepting therefrom three feet .
"that I coughed prohibit the running at large on the across the northern side 'of the

and day and the neighbors prediction ti to check it. The slightest streetsof. the City,,of Live Oak of Parshley family burial -grounds, ---- '-,:-

-consumption seemed Inerit- cough easily leads to Pneumonia horses mules hogs and goats and which is Included la said description PHYSICIANS .< .;

A bot- to provide for the impounding and the iron, fence
able, until my husband brought homes Bronchitis and Consumption. and within Inclosing

bottle of Dr. king's New Discorery tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will September disposing 30th.of the 1903.same.and approvedO passed, said burial grounds. LTTgQAX.DRTjT. '" --
Section IL Tttat conTTemnatton
which in my case proTed to be the : cure that cough. The price puts Jt :tobei" tht 1903. i proceedings shall be Instituted In the

t only real cough cure and restorer of i,:I within reach of alL Sold by Suwannee Be it ordained by the Mayor andCity.Council'ot I name of the City of Live Oak in,accordance

weak sore lungs.** When all other Drug Co. dw* the City of Live Oak. with the provisions of the Physician r

still Florida "'' : Statutes in such case made and pro- j
tall. may
remedies utterly you
'I kind Section la. That Section 1. Section -,! Tided for the of --carrying
able publications of Its publish- purpose Office:
and -
win in the battle against lung 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo.
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eded in the United States. It Is : out the provisions of ,Section 1 bf
throat troubles ..with New Discovery paper and con 16 of the City of Live Oak.I I this Ordinance. Kesidencyat]

the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar-', tams thirtyfourbook is publishedon Florida being an ordinance entitled I Section IlL That this ordinance 1sL -

clay &: Groorer. ,druggists. 50c and the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to prohibit the running ; shall take effect upon Its passage fey
of at large on the streets of the ,I the Council and approved bT' the
dw every department Is in charge an I Ditwi .
$1.00. Trial bottle free. tes.
City of Live Oak. of horses mules
I expert. No one who has a horse cat- i iI l Mayor or upon Its becoming an

j tle ...r live stock should be without hogs and goats and to provide for j r ordinance without the approval of the E. BaoATT08iEYat' *
CLUB OFFER.I I this publication. I the Impounding and disposing of the I, Mayor. M. -
WONDERFUL "
same. approved October 6, 1903 be :' Introduced by Alderman F. Ion

I MAXWELL'S TALISMAM is a handsome I and the same are hereby amended so I II 'I Robertson and passed by City -- '

What Fire Dollars and Seyenty-FiTe 32-page monthly publication, I as to read as follows: I Council in regular session assembled

Do. printed on heavy book paper, and I "Section 1. Horses. mules hogsand I
Cents Will I II on this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907. UTE Ott, -
contains many handsome half-tone 11lustrations. goats'shall not be allowed to run :
I This paper, at quite an expense and CHAS. H. BROWN,
:t I It is a publication that ,at large upon any of the streets alleys -I
, J
I CounciL
a great deal of work has arranged a''1! President City i..
is edited by the Hon. A. C. ,Maxwell lanes or unenclosed property of t.
Club offer of fourteen well-known Attest:
sta.au
one of the best-known writers in this the City of Live Oak, and that cows : as
Papers and Magazines. Including the ; I([ S. P. MAYS. City Clerk.
No in its class
country. publication shall not.be allowed to run at large
DAILY DEMOCRAT for I : Nisi tnjc irsa
LIVE OAK I. S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the
with Maxwell's Talisman. !
compares upon any of the streets lanes or
only $3.73. Realizing that we could I has been published at Chicago lIL.I I City of Live Oak Florida do hereby
|lit |public highways of the said City or 31. DI40;
largely increase.our' circulation we I for seven years. other unenclosed premises within r certify that the above and foregoing L.
entered into a contract to use the I Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed .
Papers and Magazines that compose I t THE FARM MOXEY.MAKER is a ;the following boundary in said City I i by the City Council on the 8th day :t

this Club. The Dally Democrat does large handsome publication which ,-of Live Oak Florida to-wit: i of -April, .A, D. 1907. and the same DENTJSlOBTODONTIA :..
| Beginnig at Ii point where Irvin ;
net make a cent out of this offer.I has been running a great many years I 113 hereby certified to the Mayor for ---,.
In fact we lose money but by increasing in Cincinnati. O.. and contains various and First streets intersects and run his approval. : Cxo* :iii'Wou.

our circulation we can secure departments in regard to every ning south to where Irvin and car-l r Witness my hand and seal of said :

more advertising and also get a bet-: part of the farm and also has many roll streets intersect thense ea City this 8th day of April. A. D.

ter rate for same. No paper well-known writers in charge of Houston street thence south along I 1907.
everours. Houston street to John street thence [! T. J. I
fore made an offer that special departments devoted to the (Seal) S. P. MAYS.
Erery paper goes to you for one full home and also matter that Is interesting east on John street to Church street City Clerk. PracticalWATCHMAKER

year. All are well known and long and of value to every memberof thence south on Church street to cor- Examined and approved by me

established and worth many times the the family.SOUTHERX. tion poration line thence east on corpora- this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. J0
price we ask. They are from the line to White street thence E.
POULTRY FANCIER. M. BROOMED Mayor.
South. North East and West. Their north on White street to Howard 25 year's eiperaai
This magazine is devoted to poultry
the Lire street thence east,on Howard streetto i Good
combined values stock
including of
Watebeg,.
and all is
of its departments and The'Price of Health.
a point
Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00We opposite Georgia avenue I -- ,
------
at Ga.
published Atlanta. Each issue ---
thence
north to and
are only able to make this offer along Ceorgia "The of health in malarious
contains from 40 to 50 pages printedin price a
avenue to the
northeast L.E.ao-
for a Tery short time and it will posi- corner of
If magazine form on heavy book pa- Bryson street and Georgia district is Just 25 cents; the cost of 1
withdrawn avenue
lively be soon. you
want the best bargain eyer offered per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons thence due north along section line a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills" ROBERSON
pet stock turkeys geese ducks
to
you order the Club now. Do not etc., will not only save but_ make thfinra'a_ point, vest.. tn opposite*.....A. ?!,. Fifth_ #...street._.___0 writes Ella. Slayton ,of Noland. Ark.
for nesltate too long.. --- ? ?- w f
wait cuuus ULU nutlet
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you may
New Life Pills cleanse and Impart
|money Dy having this well-known to Atlantic gently -f
If you are already a subscriber to any, before Coast Line railroad ATTORNEYS ;. ATE
them. If
magazine anyone thence southwest new life and vigor to the sys
across Atlantic
all of the in the Club
or papers your
takes this publication and does not
Coast Line railroad to tem. %5c. Satisfaction i Will do general
time will be extended one year from First street guaranteedat
say that it is one ef the best of its Federal Visit
date of your order. Probably you do kind and is as handsome readable thence west along First street to Barclay & Groover druggists. dw* I _
,
point of,
not to haTe all of the Papers and beginning.
care and valuable a poultry paper as is BOOK i ash i IUa'Ss a&L l
If "Section II. It shall be the
Magazines sent to your address. : duty
published we will send same to them of "hoq ha ill
not, you can split the Club and haTe i three months as an absolute preseIlt. the City Marshal or any deputy CLERK AND INSPECTORS UVEOAJC.FOIEYSBUT. s :
r them sent ot any number of different i Marshal or policeman of the said

addresses or two or more parties can i THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis City to take possession of and place Live Oak. Fla.. April 11. 1907.
Club published in Boston and no matter in a pound to be, *
come in together and divide the provided for that
I The Board of Commissioners
among themselves. On acount of the i what price is paid for a similar publication purpose any horse mule hog or goat County ..... Cddai lti......
limited ,time that we will be able to no'one will be able to securea found by him or them running at of Suwannee County Florida at

make this wonderful offer we will be publication at the same price which large upon any of the streets alleys a meeting called for and held on said

K .unable to furnish sample copies to will equal this one. It is published in highways or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commissioners -
** the interest of the women and child- within said &
We take in giving City and
anyone. pleasure likewise
W. A Tison. M. L. Burnett fCLlNTON
ren and it is worth many times the take possession of
a short sketch of each paper in the and place in said
Club. price that is asked for the entire pound any cow found by him or them and J. H. Grant appointed the following .

THE 'PLANTERS JOURNAL, of Club. running at large on any of the streets named persons Inspectors and

; Memphis. Tenn.. is in its seventeenth I COLUMBIA MAGAZIXE is published alleys lanes. public highways or Clerks of an election to be held in
in New York in magazine form other u tea closed I -
year. It is published monthly on the property of said said .
County on May 2, 1907.
and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the bound
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh II
magazines of its kind aries District No. 1.-W. T. McCulIers.
prescribed
l L. Bedford its editor. is one of the ever producedby in Section I hereof. Wholesale
< best-known agricultural writers in the any publisher. It is full of inter- "Section VII. For catching and J. E. Davis and Thoa. J. Kenady Inspectors m
1 esting matter and contains articles impounding
United States. He lives on. his model stock under this ordinance ; A. 1. Williams. Clerk.
which are prepared by some of the the City :Marshal A
farm near Memphis and also has a shall be en-
I District No. 2.-W. E. Harrell J.
best-known writers in the country.I titled to the
following fees tail Dealers
large cotton plantation in Mississippi namely
This magazine will For R. Bassett and H. A. Inspectors
and an orange and fruit farm in please all no mat catching and Impounding horses Thompson .
Florida. He is ably assisted by a ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head ; W. A. Nobles Clerk. "

large number of department editors what, they read. goats thirty cents per head bogs one District No. 3.-Will :McLeod. G,

special writers and correspondents. THE PRACTICAL FARMER. Thiswellkno..n dollar per head. For feeding an da and WPhone

The Journal makes a specialty of its magazine which is pub- taking care of such stock while i inspectors

I Cotton. :Manufacturing. Lumber and lished in Philadelphia is not only one pound for_horses. mules and cows h

Industrial Departments in addition of the most successful of its kind, shall receive forty cents per day per District No. 4.-L. C. Young. J. H.

to having full and complete departments but without doubt one of the most tread: each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble. Inspec-

t of the Home. Garden. Fruit. carefully edited papers in the United per day ptr head each; for advertisIng tors; Ed. McLeod, Clerk. MEAPhone

Farm. Poultry Cattle. Live Stock. States. Any farmer planter or. In and selling such animals he shall .
etc. It is very readable and full of fact anyone who has fruits flowers receive the sum of fifty cents for District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T.

bright snappy news and contains 32 i vegetables, live stock and poultry horses mules or cows per head and I.. Dorsett and W. M. George. Inspectors -

pages. I will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or, goats the sum of twenty- ; B. E. Martin Clerk.

THE AMERICA FARMER of Indianapolis will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome S. Hi
"hog" under
Ind., has been published times the price that they pay for the this ordinance shall be
G. Godbold
taken and
entire Club. to include "pigs." Henry Holzclaw. Inspectors '
twenty-one years and is ably edited
I
Section Ha That this Ordinance ; J. H. Newsome. Clerk.
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEs shall
take
contains a full page poem from this in New York in magazine its; passage effect by the immediately upon District No. T.-T. P. Hurst. T. Z. de'anywhere

well-known writer. It is published form and contains from 30 to 60 by the : Council and approval Hurst and B. M. Holland. Inspectors;

monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis pages each issue. This well-known horses goats and Mayor as to mule, A. J. Bass. Clerk. I
hogs, but
shall
no better paper for the home and not :
publication contains
many interesting go into effect as to cows until 60 District No. 8.-G. H.
days i Dorman J. B
farm than this well-known publica stories, and some of the most vale from its |
tion. able articles which are prepared by Passed passage by City by Council the City Council i M. Kite and J. H. Johns Inspectors;
in
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published well-known writers. Every depart session this 8th day of regular I J. E. Ferguson. Clerk. .

at Des :Moines. la., and has been ment is fully covered by experts in 1907. CHAS H.April.BROWN A. District No. 9.-S. W. Gary. W. R.More .
long established. Each issue contains this publication. One of the most in President ,D'I and Calvin aty.THOMPSON .

from 50 to CO pages and it is one teresting departments is that con Attest: City Sistrunk:, Inspectors; _

of the handsomest and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS Stewart: smith Clerk.
City Clerk.
publications of its kind in the world. tee head of "For the Little Fellows,." I. S. P. :May City Clerk of the I I District No. 10.-A. H. Hall. L. & f'

Every department of the farm and and another is "CbatsVlth :Mothers. City of Live Oak Florida do I A. Leggett and J. F. Williams, Inspectors
heme is fully in this Another is "Decoration of Your hereby
represented paper certify that the above and foregoing ; C. L. Sealey Clerk. Drays and Delivery
t and each of these departmentsis Home. and another valuable department Ordinance No. 56
in charge of an expert. It is a very under the head of "Embrold- ed by the City Council was regularly pass- District No. 11.-S. Phillips H. Furniture moving ft i

r handsome publication and is a monthly ery." also a department of "Amusingthe of April. A. D. 19'10. on and the the Sth day c. Kight and A. 1[. Lewis. Inspectors; W
STOVE
same
published book ChIldren and another under T.
on paper. one Is hereby certified to the A. Mlkell. Clerk
the head of "Home and How to Mayor for
GREENS FRUIT GROWER, of Really Make it Home," and another his approval. District No. 12.-S. D. Hugglns J Any length delivered|
Rochester, X. T. has been Witness my hand and seal D.
published department under the head of "Our of said Coss and J. J. Holmes Inspectors
for tmenty-seren years and is edited I Beauty Doctor There are many City.1907. this 8th day of April. A. D. J. H. Anderson Clerk. ; of city promptly.
by CoL Chas. A. Green who is said !
otter Interesting articles in this
to be the best-known writer of this I.catlon which pub- (Seal S. P. MAYS District No. 13.-H. E. Delegal. W. feuaines.
alone forbids
,,-'> kind in the world. He is ably assist to mention. Any space subscriber to this us City Clerk. J. Reynolds and A. C. Johnson In

ed by Prof. H. RYan Deman as assistant I Examined wand approved by spectors J. H. MOJContractor
I Clubb will after reading this paper this me ; J. Cor belt. Clerk. J.
9th
day of
editor. These two well-known April. A. D. 1907.
believe
we their District
renew subscriptionfor No.
14.
gentlemen also have a large numberof i same from year to year without M. E. BROOME. Mayor. L. B. Davis -T. C. Williams, and .

department editors and special : any solicitation upon the part of and T. G. Hall Ins Pet-
writers. This magazine alone is one. any ORDINANCE XO. 37. tors; W. L. Mclnnls. Clerk. Apply for plays, e?
worth the price that ask for the
we 1 All of the above District No. 15.-T. J.
and
Magazines and An Ordinance Lanier J. sj
entire
Club. In its class no paper providing for the
A.
la this country compares with it. i Papers contain stories and reading establishing, opening and Gilby and J. J. Collins Inspectors; Ci
extending |
matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the A. L. Burton. Clerk Office on Ohie Are. A.
MODERN STORIES of New York II the family, from the smallest baby Oak. Florida City of Live
from District
is a handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every depart Ohio the east side of No. 16.-E. K. Goff. A J.

which is published monthly I ment of the home farm and businessare street in avenue White's eastward Addition to White Futch and D. W. Harrell. Inspectors; The Great flea

And is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and to said J. C. Brock Clerk.

monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of thirty-two District
new pictures 11032 No. 17. BromoPiNote
feet
said street -J. S.
worth the entire price of the Club. I and illustrations in these publications (SO) feet in width. to be fifty \\'. Scott and W. H. Parker., T.

Carefully edited and contains matters during the year that yon Be It Johnson, In-pv
I Ordained
that will interest every member o* the will be unable to find in any other City by the Mayor and tors; H. B. Brown Clerk. l
Vor
Council of the City of Live -' the %
Oak.
Tamil papers. This feels The Board
I ) paper proud to Florida: ordered the Clerk to
:MAGAZIXE be able to offer to its patrons a Clubof Section 1. That prepare the oad-il
SOUTHWEST is published this Wilbur street in ballot to be voted
kind composed of such
Mo. the first of representative the City of Live at said CURES
Oak.
t at St. Louis. on Papers and and Florida as it special election to be held in
Magazines
, each month and contains from 60 to now stands be opened extended and this County
-.e can say to each and one on May 2nd, 1907.
10 It is one of the best-known every established from the eastern and
5
1 pages. that our offer is worth times side of place thereon the On the !
, magazines published and is in its many Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet names of all quali f

; fifth year. It is handsomely gotten make the price a mistake of $5.73 in,taking and no advantage one will in .width at right angles with said lied electors who, by reason of petition !o Opiates.li

I up and contains many interesting of sates Ohio avenue eastward to White street or certificate are entitled
*
to have
! articles full of valuable information in White's'Addiiton to the said City their names printed AH VnffM lM J
We call
attention
your to the ad thereon.
member of the family and of Live Oak. the northern Per >
(or every boundary The I
vertisement of the Club elsewherein Board

will please alLULOODED this edition. You will find there of line which drawn said at right extension angles shall with be Ohio a :26th, 1907. adjourned to meet April' The City PI .

STOCK MAGAZINE is detailed information in regard to thread e
i avenue from a point on the W. A. *
ok. bf the handsomest and most Club. side of Ohio eastern TISO v. Chairman LIVE Ol"
avenue directly opposite J. W. BRYSON. Clerk. '
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you don't want all the papers sent to one address you can split the Club and. have

them sent to any number of different addresses. Rheumatism. Cut, y
Elsewhere in this issue you will find-arin teresting article in regard to all of the papers A Sure Cure .Corns, wounds Bunions Oil, -.1
in Jur Club. This gives a full description of sach paper. dills. Bruises Contracted Muscles. Lame Back Stiff Joints
Fretted Feet. Burns.Scalds etc.
The Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you AN. ANTISEPTIC that stop Irritation subdues Inflammation !
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save.Every. PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
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Published Afternoon 'i State: Supt. 'Holloway.. W'1S8'ued: :

every a calk for a Convention of i County !
Except Sunday.J. all know what blank dull place
a
Superintendents. Board Members and of General Interest. i We t&sb ...

SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'gT. High School Principals, 'to meet In .
of the
F. not for pleasures '
Tallahassee April 17. An excellentwell . . . . . . if it were some that.

THE LIYE OAK PUBL1SHHG COIP111.Euter arranged and neatly printed '" H ,-f jf t First Grade. : termingled with,our work and worry.

Oak program for the meeting has been We'are sorry to there has been
d at the Postoffice, Live _say Some
published, and Is being distributed. n'd \ _
Florida., as Second Class Mall Mat Improvement In the attendance '

ter, November 7. 1905. Supt. Holloway has our thanks for a this':week,though several,of the pupils pleasure or;e '} -'::,

copy. who were'out.last week have "returned -
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be It Is to be hoped there will be a and to in their shoo;{
the United > we hope see our room
,mailed to any part of to' be
full attendance, as this is likely
filled again 'Monday., ETa Dell
for $5.00 ply Iecause
pair.
States, postage pre they
year: $%50 for six months; one of the most important educational Keen Elimina Warren and Ora Greenare I
per 60 cents meetings ever: held In the state. It found therigfcjjj i
$1.25 for three months or here after an absence of some !
1 i for five weeks In advance. Delivered is especially Important that all the time on account of sickness. \Z
lathe'for
to any part of the city by senior high school principals in the !4 J i Those still out 'with measles or ,

carrier for 10 cents per week. state should be there, as the questions ,other sickness are, Mell Hodge 53.00 tberekt

of revision of the, ,
the present Merle Parnell. Kate Wood"Ollie Mayand

FOR STATE SEXVTOR. high school" course. will come up'for Maud-'Carroll. Euna May Foss, I isle, nobby shoe for every foot and as Quaker!:

consideration.The .- '
'[Veda BIshop Lossfe Bailey Florence in Specialty factory -
District. Exponent suggests,that at this by experts a over foot
Seventeenth Senatorial Brown. Otis Allen, Harold Wolfe,

5 Tte friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson meeting should the senior get together blgh school and principals prepare Earle Parnell.Hugh McDaniel, Willie Fielder 'I I lasts and oat of the best and most popular leather

Airth, Willie McClendon, Lewis t
t- hereby announce.his.name and as earnestlyz a candidate a complete course for ,the high and George Dillon. t 'sure.to fit well:and give satisfaction, which mew' -

z ; solicit for the State support Senator o(,all good, true schools the convention of Florida and, to by be the submittedto conven-. Our little folks,as well as the larger I. '"Quaker"_ shoes are made by the Goodyear,t&jfc,

ones busy getting ready for the
are
to i
Democrats election !
at the-special' tion to the legislature. We :have Declamation Contest. have doing away with the tacks, wax and thread found cct
on They t
In Suwanne county ,
be held
Relieve that there wfll
May '2nd. VOTERS. be good no reason trouble in securing the adoptionby tnever 1| entered the contest before but I:r- side of so many shoes that hurt, burn ,and blister th
t --- this year are not going to be left out.I I _

FOR STATE SENATOR. the legislature of a course so-. pre- I, We have only five weeks more of :I. This means, too, that thay are soft and pliable.
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and endorsed.
t a I hereby announce myself as a pared For his pointed suggestion to coun- school and we hope every pupil will i.I AH in all, with every item summed up YOU .-ill ',
candidate for the office of State Senator attend regularly the rest of the term.
Boards to bear the of '
for the' Seventeenth Senatorial ty expenses the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be balms
their representatives to this meeting I I
Third Grade-Miss :Mann.
District of Florida, and respectfullysolicit !
deserves the sincere
Supt. Holoway
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toe support,of the Democratic Franklin Dutill has been suffering I $3.00.
thanks of every county superintendent I
from an attack malaria. We hope 1 1I
of Suwanne county.
Toters and high school principal in the ', Remember to ask for "Quker-uThe.. that -
W A. TISO he will be,able. to resume his studies
state, and we here most cheerfully ,
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Monday.
I hurt.
record ours.-Florida School Exponent -
Lucy Williams brought her little
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat .


evil truthfully Is itself says bad.an eye that sees only measure Senator in Sams the Senate has providing introduced for a I cousin Wednesday.Fernandina.kindergarten.We Jennie.where This Balentine, little she attended lady to is school from the : Dfowling Lumber Naval Stores t !


Today is the last day in which poll the erection of additional rooms to I
have: greatly enjoyed the many
taxes may be paid to qualify to vote the capitol building. This measure beautiful roses, lillies and bunches of DOWLING PARK, FLORIDA

In the election for State Senator on will undoubtedly and the appropriation
pass honeysuckles which, have adorned the . . .
May 2nd.More should be sufficient to biuld desk this week. !

an annex large enough to insure am- Zennie Lee Keen has very nearly ,I VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESCRj
money will be spent for clerk pie accommodation for years to come.
recovered from the measles and ex-
hire at this session of the legislaturethan i :
pects ,to return to school Monday. DOWLINGPATpews
at any time since 1889.-Lake Hon. W R. Dorman has introduced I
Everyone will be. glad to have her
City Index. i a bill to increase the pay of county with
of the : us ag:.Is. .. _: '
:commissioners and members Several of the practice sheets In -WAY urea THE SUWAHNtC Lear
.During the baseball season the school board from $2 to '5 per day, drawing are so good that they have

wrath of the public will be about !and ten cents per mile traveled. We
been placed upon the wall. The two Coil
equally divided between the umpire favor the measure as the pay of these that deserve especial menitou are Mineral Springs Hotel and

'and-ETH.Harrtman. officers is entirely too small for the Lucy Williams and Louis Lazarus. AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. QOOQBEQt.WATER .

responsibility add work they haveto Dora Vnv| eBd who was burned IN EVERY ROOM' alL.LIARDTABLES. TELL lWlHc
The latest report from the peach do.White Springs Herald. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY AVlI..IONL'RATES
quite. severely upon her face has en- -
belt in Georgia is that the peach crop REASONABLEHOT 17MILESFROMLIV&0AK.CM
tirely recovered. The burn did not ULF. cea.IiECMI"UYlW
y has been damaged not less than fifty
of Industrial
} The June issue the leave even a small scar.

per cent by' the recent cold in thatyState. Record wll be a special immigration : ADDRESS' PflRK HOTEL DOWLWG( PARK. FLOR1D1U

edition of that splendid publication, Miss Crozier's Room.

and the work of the enterprising
Many of our children are out on
A good; man and good citizen has publishers along this line have re- account oV illness. n 1111111 j i 1111111111111111111 i 11iiiii i iii imtSOUTHERN
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> passed away from private and public ceived the unqualified endorsementof Sadie and Carl Parnell base measles -

t life with -Senator Newlan, of Suwan- the State Board of Trade Jackson- We hope they can soon return.

nee., Let a good man replace him.- ville Board of Trade and other bodiesof We are sorry to lose Maizie Collins 1" BUSINESS COI

TimesUnion.The like importance interested in the from our number She has gone to

progress of our State. the Park to stay.

legislature adjourned yester- Addie Nutter is going to move

day until Monday. This will give The Punta Gorda Herald says: "If away Monday. We regret to give her t.

members a breathing spell and allow the governor should succeed in In- up. for she is a bright, sweet pupil. I =t:l ,

those on the important committees ducing the legislature to enact his Henrietta Groover has been absents 1

an opportunity to do their work proposed law for muzzling the press, days. We hope she will soon

snake and fish stories would be scarce return.

The Times-Union has nosed out a hence, we are naturally and strenu- Section A, has finished the Baker

'nigger' in'the State Uniformity wood ously opposed to It." If this new & Carpenter Second Reader, and will

pile. Good, lot rou., Brother George; law proposed by Governor B rewardwould begin a new book Monday. This di-

but honor prevent Editor Jordan from vision has read three Second readers
bright, now aren't there a
stories The Dem- this and Mil finish another
couple or s8 of themFloridaSchool publishing his fish year

Exponent.The ocrat and the entire State press will supplementary reader by the end of

oppose the measure. the term. We have seevrai contest ill SPECIAL ANNOTTNCEMENFor

State ;ants for the prize to be given by I II
convention of County
j Superintendents and School officers Senator Humphreys in the Senate I Prof. Helveston at commencement. I ,j

will meet in Tallahassee next Wed and Mr. Watson in the House introduced Our preliminary contest will be next the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCH00

nesday. A good attendance is expected school book bills, Tuesdaylast Friday afternoon. I will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only $30 Mk<

;i and a very interesting program in the legislature, that solves We very much enjoyed having se- Special in all arnsfi
courses Departments have been so
eral visitors to
our room today They
uniformity ,
has been arranged. the whole question of State student &
the
were Supt. Wood, Mr. C. H. Brown entering on this special offer' can finish within !
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and cheap books. It is put up !| scholarship. t.
and Miss S. S. Nelson.
A large acreage' will be put in squarely to the county school boards
I This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. ,
sugar cane Irish potatoes, sweet pota- in this measure, as to what the peo-
toes, cassava, corn and peanuts the plce desire. There is no room for graft TRIP IX AUTOMOBILE.M. I I Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, 4i (

present season. Indications are not and no board of five, a majority of i ; help you to a good paying position,OT get a better one than vsaij

'so much cotton will be raised, Food- which would be three, to trade with. C. Hutto and Others DrUe to Live WRITE FUn CATALOG. s

stuffs and god fat stock are gradually The proposition is to lead no one in- Oak in New Car, which Was

taking the place of so much fleecy to temptation, but to deliver State Sold to Capt. ". J. Hillman.

staple.-Chipley Verdict. officials from every apearance of evil. M C. Hutto, of the Hutto & Co., SOUTHERN BUSINESS
of the much-discussed COl
It is a solution automobile dealers, returned last

The president has appointed an school book matter and should be night from Live Oak, where he delivered

r Ohio negor to office-but he carefully discussed by the papers of the State, LIVE
a big Cadillac machine, said OAK, FLORIDA {
selected Washington as the scene of such.-Lake City Index.
as
to be the finest in the state, to Capt.
his official labors. Even Roosevelt
W J. Hillman Live Ook's prominent LM.flftTTON.President G. s. STEPHENS.il.
could not stand the kicking and
Why people get divorce seems to citizen and turpentine and lumber
squealing of Cincinnati when it was 1 t M 11 Vi Vi i i i i i i i i
be a question hard to answer, and dealer. 11 M i ii i t i i i i J4U***** a
proposed to give him official desk
very different are the opinions of dif- Mr. Hutto left Jacksonville Thurs-
room in that city-Tampa Times.
i Ii:> ferent people. A Chicago professor day morning with Capt. Hillman Lee and says that in the future, he will days

thinks that bad cooking has much to Madden and Mr Herring in the car always come to the
city In
: The Democrat favors the legisla- his new Many of Live Oak l
do with It and advises the study of and drove ,it through the woods to car
ture making a liberal appropriationfor ;citizens own automobfl*
domestic economy as a preventive.Mrs. Live Oak making the trip in about
the State fair. Th fairs He has already M
Tampa placed men at work Hutto that they :
Rachel Foster Avery who wants six hours and a half, actual says
running to
creditable '
held in that city have been very remove some stumps now In the secure a good, hard W
women to vote, says: 111 temper is time.
and counties that made exhibits .road, and
that i
says within a few that city and Jack Oe |
the root of divorce. Men and women The machine ,
have been benefitted. Infact the at in question is a four- weeks he win have the road between at present repair the

entire State has been helped to some are not so vicious as some people cylinder, thirty-horse-power Cadillac, Live Oak and Jacksonville in bad t
xtenL Suwannee county has never think. Impatience causes more divorces the first of 'its'nd ever'brought into fair condition and a very I places so as
hopes with the
some ease between
than Immorality! ,She tells a Florida Capt. Hillman day ,to
will in
been represented at the fair, but was the see a. good,, hard road between the '
be this year If the Democrat has story of visiting in :Pittsburg and city when the machine was received, two cities.Hutto I The Cadillac Mac

to gather up the exhibit and carry itt hearing the lady of the house ask if and was given a ride in it and decided & Co. have placed Its pulling capacityand

Suwannee "Mr. Brown :was downstairs" at,once to buy it- another Mr Hutto says ti
there at U own expense. order for two more of these
"No'm." answered the maid, "that Capt. Hillman to cars for :car which be deliver
.tl r cdcapfiire many of the prizes and come Jacksonville parties In Jacksonville, and witbo-

we propose to see that she gets them. wax the dawg that was &!'owUn." _quite often on business matters receive them within the next hope sixty to made trouble.d4 the. trip

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: I' Shadow Shirt Waist on a good .+..
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the E I N BEFORE THEY ARE ( 1 Illustrated Book on Fancywork. containing t

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today drove In from East The fifth and sixth grades of the p. m.-The Honduran forces who
SALE
FOR ;
i.W.. morning behind his fine High School are having a big timeat have been besieged In Amapala by
today. hours. the Park today in charge of Miss the Nicaraguans, capitulated unconditionally -
Baulah Barnette who is assisted by this morning to the
lock and his pretty little IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED Misses Anderson and FItts. enemy. President Bonilla has taken
Sew "Trixie" returned this refuge on board the American cruiser
1 Lake City. I SUNDAY trains over Live Oak. Chicago and he will not be permittedto

!.J. Real Estate : Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leaves disembark on Central America soiL
City
moni Wilson of Boston. Ga., i at 8:00 a. m.. and 1:30 p. m., re- The capitulation was arranged by
today and is visiting her ,turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents Commander Robert M. Doyle, captain .
rB.; : and Mrs.' J. D. Wilson. [ round trip.Aaron of the Chicago.The .

4i f tc. i Salvadorean forces who were
smiling and read our arm s i and Paul Demps two negroes at Amapala are returning to La 10

and newspaper I who were charged with murdorat Union, Peace Is now believed to be

offered by this paper. I Branford were) taken down there assured. -, -
&:I elsewhere, in this Issue. UST today by Deputy Sheriff Hemming, to
TO be given a preliminary hearing.
ahed Hart, one of the substan YOUR a:"

at [ of the Clay land settle- PROPERTY -KODOL is a thorough stomach re When you think
tom*, transacting business in I for !"' lief. It digests what you eat and
,
='i1i. i I! ,WITHus. gives the stomach rest and assists ic at out that fine ,

ii, er restoring it to its normal activityand

c. seats, new. atUf'' usefulness. KODOL Is sold on a Watch you f
Auction guaranteed relief plan by City pbar
: things In macy. dw need thinkRADFORD'S 1

Bus!. if EDWARDS REALTY[ CO..I i l E. L. McArthur has purchased of F

: Rater and the little Mis from Thomas Dowling the city lot
H: Striplin and Simmie Bar- Lewin Building, Room 3. which adjoins his property. This I"
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trunk: to Madison this morning a nice purchase for Mr. McArthur.
Rev W R. of ,
Ford Virginia was
quick this evening. giving him some valuable city property
t. here today and wad being shown adjoining what he already I -
(t.C. recomended for Piles-- about the city bY' Rev Mlkell and owned. .Where you will find a i

+used \ '. Carbolized Witch Rev Ford. i choice assortment of
-Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Sold by City Phar ;
dw* Ladies, I have just opened a dressmaking : Sjrup Children like its pleasant the very best ,
room in the Lewin bu' ding,
taste. Contains no opiates, but drives
ahd will be glad to serve you. /Satisfaction cold the bowels. CUARANTEED :
returned from Perry she out through VYa tr.h6C
guaranteed. Give me d trial. 20 YEARS
where he accepted the fade in conformity to Pure Food and
for him for a barrel MRS. KI HT.H. Crua Law. Recommended and solday
I I City Pharmacy. dw* I I. WATC" REPAIRED '
D. Thompson, who has been
confined to his bed with la gripp for I
SUNDAY trains over Live Oak
'
nd Laxative Cough Syrup. J. RADFORD
cold remedy that expels the past two weeks was able to be Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leavesat Ii ,

& its action on the on our streets this morning. ..1 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re PJVCOAK, ri. '

We by City Pharmacy. dw turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents
I C. M. Fielding and W. L. Blackman round trip.B. .

Broughton as previously will not an be route, of to Leona.Luraville were to attend here today quarterly en. I F. Sikes, who has been em- fWri o Book 0111d N NBA's' Go.

>ere The cause of his not com- meeting at New Harmony church.R. ployed by the Seaboard here as night I
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his sickness. operator left this morning for Fer-
H. Latimer of Ft. George Fla, nandina, where he has a permanent A PEACE OFFERING.If \ .
who has been here on a visit, Dr.
need a pill, take a pill, position with the same company. .
White and other relatives, returned
u it's an Early Riser
home this morning. '
Ethel. sold here by City Phar The order has been given out that .
*
d* no ties or lumber must be shipped to
!
Senator: John R Willis arrivedre
Jacksonville, on account of the trans-
the Park :"" this morning, on bis way hometo
.w was up from fortation facilities beyond. Now. If
Eronson during the recess of the 1
his ? left with his son Senator the Florida Railway was completedshe a
." a short visit to his old Senate. would be strictly in It. In the

Bronson. meantime sawmill men and the tie
Mrs. J. H. Rye, who has been here
men have nothing to do but "cuss" j
Wants for some time attending the bedside
PRINTER -
doing that to the"queen's
and they are
of her father Hon. J. R.
i and quick. Wire or and funeral "
*C. of Democrat office, Newlan left for her home in South taste. ..

at' Live Oak. Fla- Florida this morning.Mr. WAR IS EXDEH.Bonilla ,

was out 1 with a fish and Mrs. J. A. Cox left this f you and your best. girl have hada

'. ; Thursday night, but as he morning for Quincy, where they will lias Surl"t'lldErt'dmapalA.. : "misunderstanding and most eng- J
a bad cold, we con- make their future home. Miss Nellie Says Consul Clivares. aged couples do have them you know 1.
the best thing to restore her sweet
,! was all he caught. especially will be sadly missed Waslington, April 12.-The end of
temper and your own, too will be a ;.
but all the young girls who leave hostilities in Central America Is recorded -
box of our delicious Nunally's choco-
;R' Whitfield went to Santa Fe T.Ive Oak, are generally brought back in the following cablegram lates. For who Is the girl who j
where he will run a lo by young men. and they stay here. received at the state department this could resist the charm of our Chocolate -
for the Santa Fe Lumber afternoon from Consul Olivares,
? -
They are pure wholesome, ;;
-KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the dated at Managua, the Nicaraguan and delicious; and second to none in s
-- r+ stomach and makes the breath as capital today quality. .There are more lovers'
** trains over Live Oak. sweet as a ro:e. KODOL Is sold bv "Amapala.has been surrendered by quarrels "patched up" with our candles
to Dowllng Park leaves druggists' on a guarantee relief plan. Bonilla and the war Is ended." than with any other kind.

: m.. and 10'p.: m., re- It conforms strictly to the National Boiulla Escaped.
5:50 p. m.-50 cents **nr'" Food and Drugs Law. Sold by flmma' Book OII n N News CO.
eft'f round trip. City Pharmacy. dw' Managua, Nicaragua April 12-2



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,__R f__RAILWAY. I Veterans Who Are- Federal PMMl i: ttvil: Cakz. M'f_ _-' O'-' .- _

CHEDULX.r '
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sTa-L. RT. AJB A. C. L. aYe AT LITE gAit.Ua.D or Their Widow Should Write ." ::,
COMKJCI'S WITS ALL TRAINS : .._ .
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Congressman Frank Clark.The r. # < "
of
WD CP.N.L : Manufacturer ..... "-"".
POW... t ITaa1.nL Democrat is ,in. receipt' of the -.

Na L folowlng comnnlcatlon from Con :
.i Na L Mad I.-I Fit Lumber Shingles, Ice Electric '
Mail. aDd DaiLy, gressman Frank Clark, and we would ; ,
sliD ,
aiII' sad 'TtOSs.. ., ExPnu, ExceptExcept
... aiq. 5 Dllu.: advise all federal pensioners to write -.

'S1IIII1ar. Dai4Ls him at once. HU communication Is Power and. Turpentine,; .Y.l0. ..;

given below.

Oak-..... ..-AI'-10 60 ID to p- 1907. in of the
'T 10 a I 1& .at L. a "GalnesTille. Fla., April 11. Electric Lights any part city famished {

3 1 iO a s I Up.. L. Porter r" 10 10 s ID 5t l'mE I "Editor Democrat. Lire Oak, Fla. or Business Houses at a fiery reasonable rat g '

,-.. _..SWickyLO ......__--1... 1. II ID 10. PID !, "Dear Sir::-I desire to secure an and night current-for manufacturing ..
05 a m I Ie 1's day purposes. :
y Y. .i accurate: list of the persona whether
t
r..i 10 7E0 s iii l'ID
Silt m 3 54,l'iii L. -"'- -L4axo t veterans or widows of veterans, now Wholesale and retail: Ice-out of City orders hat .
.
.__ Y. l0 11 s iii 4 Dm
n s 4s3pmL. 16 living In Suwannee county who are tion. and au orders promptly filled :.
WiJmarth. .L. 10 10 a at 4 10 p ID
0 40 4 11 1'. _...-AL'- now on the pension rolls of the United -
-- W'Imarh------ We wffl good prices on low -
u States. I sometimes have valuable give you rut!:
... 1..nn.-_..._ and our
.5O..ILY. -- information to communicate to n orinr. Come get prrIf z
LaJa.: i : ,
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and would take
______Wama.th.---_ __ federal nencionera., -- -- --- --- ,
9 IIJoo a WWBartJa- -.-- r----- Ar. I IT a s 4 li p m great pleasure in doing so, if I only_ the low to Atoid -
b a m 4 .0 P 0.6 / the action ot the late termed
II. Ri..r.... ......--L.. had. the address. Host victims
1014 a.. I. D" awanaee f 51 a ID 4 11 ..mu writing Santa Rosa'county circuit court does of agy

." _____-N Td_ I". 1 U a m 1'1 p m "I am this for' the purposeof nOt stop some of the devilment. the those who are habttuf j
4 10 lit --- that
1110 a m D asking each one to whose notice
_$tAr __ .MaJ9.- ...... I... .lIa m .u._ turpentine negroes there,Is truth. Orino Laxative wit
l0 n.1 : : .to. p fLy: ..-.- .. .....- -.-liR 1.1'. this communication may come, In the saying that death ends it alL chronic constipation !y
10 40 will at once mall me ,the following th* liver and boweU j
sad
-A1--- I." -Milton Index.
I'1'10 II a a m.I I L"Az --- 1.,_... a... informal ton. natural action of ta bosh
*
Ar.-- -.... t4y....-. ,.__._...::>.._1...j jit |11. Full name of pensioner. Key West Citizen says that unless Laxative Fruit Syrep tea Jl
1105.--j s. {LI .-... -Y'JO-" ......An' .11-a III -. to pm "2. Number and date of certU1- there is some rain within the next seats or gripe and U _anw?
10 a ra- 4 42 o lui asPd cate.
'L" 4::s err030am EZSpmt1 few days the water supply of that ant to take. Rtfa*,
00 a m 4 U 1.. "3. Amount of pension. -
.._ ......_... Real..-..--. 1. II5.1D 111.m city will be at a dangerously low City Pbannacy.
.
l1U.- 1'-1' U 4 Company and regiment In
s .,,_. a k. ---I.". f 00 a es a Q PID which soldier served war In which point. Already _the distilling plants
t 11 40 a.. 111.m ... ...1.". are being taxed to supply the de- OLEO ?
O1TpmL. CharlWa. fIG. lit EEipm service rendered and rank of soldieron qfEr-
1154 a m u mand.
L" Ed.a tw' l 13 a at I II p m whose account pension is received.
U OC SIT.lit
a m "
_.. .. 5. Whether pensioner is whiteor -
.1.
L"--FC1hoUew&7- 04Sam 210pmf *
:! 10 a m III pa UU colored. Doing Business Again
L.--.. k--L.. .18. lit 111 p- A LIQUID COLD
When friends thought I was
1& a.. I 43 p s. sea 6. Whether pension is being received my
tiN m _.u_ pm A. -Pen7-- _....--.L 'lOam 11.m under general law or specialAct about to take leave of ,this world, on -AMDLAXATIVE _

of Congress. account of Indigestion, nervousnessand

(4) T-.n.1i GI'Te1e.hoDe Statio. (n FIq station. (r) RePatu. (e) Rtg tar Stolp. (a) I "7. Present age of pensioner. general debility," writes A. -A. COUGH

Asesv StatioD T. P. A1sreo. SaperiDteDdt.aa& "I am sure It will be to the interestof Chisholm. Treadwell, N. Y., "and

c-a 4 or-'ZeaL pensioners to furnish me with this when It looked as If there was no

Information at the earliest possible hope left I .was persuaded to try

day. and I hope you will render Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say THE

TO THE them the service to call their atten- that they are curing me. I am now

tion to this request. doing business again as of old, NEW _

Very respectfully, and am still gaining daily." Best lEA

JAMESTOWN1Hxposition FRANK CLARK 41. C.Second tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby

Congressional District of Fla.1r. Barclay & Groover druggists.

Price 50c. dw.
tto K.4 a
sew
S. I.. Bowen, of Wayne, W. asssesss nth

Ca.. writes: "I was a sufferer from Senator ewlan. Dead.
-A Cold or a Cegia
Hon. J. R. Newlan State Senatorfor t144tiy
Kidney disease so that at times I due** counp:iio -tha vttvtli
-oj:d not get out of bed and when Suwannee county, died at his *. OM and throat metal d
7
I did. I could not stand straight. I home last Friday afternoon. the system throar tin Iv (

i took: toley's Kidney Cure. One dol- During the civil war he was drum- dry For ant tits turd.want"of Nanny moUtora aD 6tara star

via. thai mer boy for the 9th Fla., Regiment
lar bottle and part of the second constipating.uaociaSy BM tOpiates.
cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney and a comrade of our editor who be- Kensdy'a I.asadwTi

Cure works wonders where others longed to the same command.He :moons the bow&e.5Oa2 Rs.

are total failures. City Pharmacy was a faithful soldier a true KENNFOLAXATIY!

i_ AtianticCoastLine p ..: dw* friend, a good citizen, an honorable -

I man. He possessed a genial disposition

Temperance Legislation.It social nature, and was the

People all over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Line '.pur-I is generally supposed that what soul of honor. May he rest In peace. oopT.fl43e

the present legislature will do to the -Jasper News.
ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiioru Two i whiskey traffic will be a plenty. Nor HONEYSV

is it to be wondered at. This May Interest You Roltovms Colds by.altof t
daily trains each with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. I <
way, No is Immune from Kidney
Thirty-three dry counties are rep- one the system thraoti AM; MI

resented in the legislature and but trouble, so Just remember that the bevels.

thirteen wet counties. The representatives Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir- _e RaBovos Covftts ystrsngth.ning

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets from the dry counties could regularies and cure any case of kid- UM throat.dMothtecaail the ratters

not if they would and ney and bladder trouble that is not
on sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. doubtless Tor Croup. Waoepisg C tVilaftwoxa.
ould not if beyond the reach of medicine. City
they could oppose any Bimcaltis, at* afi
Coach excursions at very low rates. legislation against the whiskey traffic Pharmacy. dw Cold, Laa( and Braa-aUn*

For further information see your nearest railroad agentor The consequence will be, that ere moody Is .teal Qil&stbt te
TO AVGU BTA. GA. Baa 74va4Tar.tPMSS .
"many moons shall wax and wane"the
write, Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent, Atlantic voice of the mourner will be Dally through Pullman buffet > .,SO4tMotwy sad$1.00
*r a.o.owm i(
Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. heard in the land. sleeping car leaves Jacksonville. Fla..

Among the proposed legislation is at 8:05 p. m.. via Atlantic CoastLine Sold by City

a measure to compel all saloon keep- and arrives Augusta the next

ers to close their respective places of morning at 7:40 a. m. For Pullman '

business every evening at 10 o'clock reservations, see the Atlantic Coast TOEY'HONEYANDT.
Live o aIPerry: & Gulf
Another Is. to prohibit the shIp- Line agents or write to Frank C.

ping of liquors etc.. from the wet Boylston District Passenger Agent.

Railroad Company.SCHSOUUE counties into tie dry counties-and Atlantic Coast Line, Ja.ckaon111Ie'j

fcfrttXTllVk. NOVEMBER 4 IMA.MAYC. this is where the howl will come In. Florida. .1

But. the temperance people have

I I I the opportunity of their lives to NOTICE.
I I --;-- I
M.r7an..!Pusl Passenger Frt.to. ...wand PaM:Ft.and Pass I Passenger abolish "hi key from the entire Notice is hereby given that the .

: rAr1oSS.No. state of Florida by having the legis- Registration Books of the City of
1 j N.b };o. N... L I :. t. N .6 The origiuaNLAXATIVE
Daily ,Stlsdsy Only Oady ra.Kung i Dailv hearN... Qum Sun Only. lature pass a constitutional amend- Live Oak will be open at the store

A. .L.. P. ..t.. i 1 ".S!. I I P. M. i A. R A. M ment to that effect. That it would of J. C. Lyle, between the hours ot
f.a. Lease I_". t I Arrive ''Ani". Arrive
: :; 1 ..: I i .S4) I .pocky Lire Oak:tak __ I 414 4 ye I :.:: ::ga bs overwhelmingly ratified by the 9 o'clock a. m.. to 12 o'clock m., and cough _,

S IS ill 3 I/O :-_ Starr. ..__ .a IS '.2:' 9Z. people at the polls there can be no from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. m.. For throat l*
4 .:;: 111 J 97 I ;derotr.-. &N j U. .20 doubt.-Jasper Xews. from April 22nd 1907 to cough, cold, |
: ;: 1 3!1 115 t -. Platt._._ to 9.13 9.17 May !nd, troubles. No opiate $*
a 3.30 a :iN _. Ls.nfaater. 39 t 1U. 9... Ii07, inclusive, for the purpose of Good for every body 6o.4i
r. Ar a.Si Ar.340 (.. :44 1..ILtO
Lv. : :: Lr &.10 L.. 4 10 1Jo..li +t ParlL. Ar' t'r Ar':..2'11. L.II-UO........ ... The New Pure Food and l>rag Law. registering the voters of the City The gonulMFOLETTS
15 Chancy ,_. :I g .... ......
h eta \\e are pleased to announce that of Live Oak Florida. T. J.
0 52 '--1. 1': h _Bowl._._ 1 M I t-l1 LYLE HONEY aa4
1 SI ze Slam Junction a 2S x 12 :::::h::: : Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, Registration Officer City of Live s.Yellow pack age KcfucPrepared

solo __on L.Ar.. 4. :5 40 "n..._._.. 22, I Lv this ......_.... colds and lung troubles is not affected Oak. Florida. apr2-w-lt only *!

: : :==:::-.:- : t; '-ro..n.e.0d..Sil. .- I I 3 :: Ar :: ........... by the National Pure Food and Foley A Company < _

'tS ._ _._... bit ._ ..tla- 30 y : :._6 ::::::::: Drug law as it contains no opiates or Why Shave
9 1CIf _...___.___._0 i 27 Fenlwlk>way t n : t.n .. City Pharmacy

Lv.a at.,. i z 10 5 }! .:::::=::-.:::.IA.. 5 10_I Perry .... 1 i I.Ar. i: Lv:7-14. :: ::: other mend harmful it as a safe drugs remedy and we for recom-child only liver a tortld reguator liver when will Heroine help you, the?

ren and adults. City Pbarmacy. dw* There Is no reason why you should jy

suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation 500555 x .:M ,i as4 4t0.i4i
and ALTON
FLOUII STATE XITHS. Chills and Fever
or any liver
R'is'1'130A c4ST Bel'"4DPatswa complaints WILSON 1
: rr\- when Herbine will cure you. C. W. I ]

and Psw Prt. an No.. .6. Nw 1 N.... 9 'fATIQ'o- \a It I N.. 111 .01. e Exchanges. "I was sick for a month with X A I L.O
/
$ Ad&7 Only llaiJJ'ex San. Daily ex.Sun Daily ea SuDai:, : as U1L Suwday_ tn1. chills -
A. !f. Y George S. Adams has been elected. and fever, and after
P. 51. A. K.. P.1i I P. 1l. A. X. taking two bottles -
..- t-.., t .... I Arnw j ArneArrive.I Comptroller of the city of Jacksonville of Herbine am well and Tailoring dote atantee
0i 4.3.t kw li nth Park 1110 3 9 heal
t: 9.10 I 4.4) i jM..p'. Janct.o.+!! 7 &: i f : by the Board of Aldermen.F. thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Corn- afore. Prompt
.15 t..z.t I 4.15! i Clark : 7.41 3.1a I $21
t-i 5.1' I t: ; Petmeort f g : !; l I pan,. dw. t OA guaras
4 I. 10.x0 a ]layo t s &OT.t Herbert Wilson, of the Wilson '
a 4.4' fAr 1U'1Ar\ &iO I Aiwa il.. 1.01) 1A Lt LY10 -
PW A. M. P. !,,_-, A. 14. P. N. A. M. i Cypress Company has been elected Notice to Voters.In .

R* ula-atop. Connection made at IJ."lblr Park for all chars to and from Live Oak.and Perry Mayor of Palatka without opposition. order to be qualified
For lafornation\aa t.Bonn'rI",n.r with ot_' "_ okone or call en Oeoeral Panaencer Agent to vote In : : DR. CHAS. c.i TAYI
Live Ua> the special
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.hoc147. iKwbnx "- I- election. May %nd.
your
P3.1""44Q ..1O"UN.1.4. .t 't P KOPacS r'.ws! Peeress AreatADVERTISE A steamboat company has been or- poll taxes must be i
paid on or before
- -- -- ganized In Leesburg and as soon as Saturday April 13th. Under the i VETERINSolicits
possible will put on a boat on the law
poll taxes
IN THE DEMOCRAT Ocklawaha town.-Bartow river Record.in the interest of the before the second must Saturday be paid In on the or > at residence your FboneM patrree

( month next preceedlng the election.


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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY1,, APRIL ,IS,.i9ar. a ', ': _IU1Y

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,CANDIDACY OP JENNINGS.. FARMING IS CJA: GJNa._ plGymeat- net: prescribe- his .tomp n .,

I Coming to Be aa niEfficient,'Profitableand satlon. #

Formed Sole Topic of Political Gossip Attractive Business. 'Sec., 6. The said ,conjnlssloneraahall

at the CapitaL The,,charter''of farming Is, changing grades .Ian R2t, and construct

A Tallahassee special to the' Montgomery *rapidly. It is coming more and :,three, main .roadster highways,- one

Advertiser by J. H. Reese, More to'bean efficient profitable and from F' Fernandlna by way of Jacksonville -

says: attractive business. With here and to Pensacola, and one from
"' d %
nfe yemily L to teeD htm _! What is taken ,to be a significant there an exception. In the past we Jacksonville to Miami and one from

t pe wev and .irons ubyanel p' announcement to have bearing upon have not given much conservative Jacksonville to Tampa. and' make ex
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are oat of order. !-- the FlorIda thought to the business tensions to said road or highways,
baci po 7 la.th scanty iddn.yst and f,,.>1p.ys .. was that made by a Pensacola paper as much as the merchant gives to his with any of said roads or highways

a few days ago that T. A. Jennings business or the doctor to his. It has as soon as practicable after the grading -

of that, city would probably be been so "easy" a business that entrained laying out and construction of

BACKACHX4XD in the contest.. i men could succeed in it. The said three main roads or highway
JffrGZZ'S
pa. KID jrtrT CCRX. Such has been political gossip for change in economic and social con- Sec. 7. The said Road Commissioners

tl many months but the prospective ditions is breaking up the tradition are hereby vested with powerto

'a 2II.ate it i>o and a't Uo zeliabl wba* candidate has never given assent to ditions Is breaking up the tradition. i. take lands of any person or per-
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%tt Set this lour terrible m oae7 die- { the correctness:: it. nor have the and the old methods must go. In the .sons for the roads mentioned In sec-

t.be.lth rut youreeis to da7 b7 oa buy.ffis th.. m I Pensacola papers had anything of future only the well Informed and tion 6, of this act. In same manner as

bottle at oaz drnc. pertinence to say about it. The In- efficient-thinking man can succeed; is now provided by law for the County

terview published was not in,the form that is, only the educated man. Commissioners to take lands for

or an announcement ,but indicated! The country is to offer other advantages roads.

LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. that the Pensacola man would make to the educated man than i Sec. 8. The county traversed by

i the.race If he felt of the same humor merely to be a good ,farmer. Thereare .any of the above-mentioned three

when the time came as he' does now. good opportunities for leader- i main roads or highways or traversed

There is a feeling that Mr. Jennings ship on ,public questions-probably ''I by any of the said lateral roads or

would make a strong candidate andwould better opportunity and with less competition highways shall furnish to said commissioners -

NOTICETo << in a sense be eligible to a than in the great cities. The I hard-surfaced material to

compromise between the two factions very fact that city representation is be placed upon said roads or high ;

: Contractors Prospective:: Builders: that now divide the state. increasing in the legislatures should ways by said commissioners. r

Mr. Jennings holds the reputationof make the able country representative Sec. 9. The county traversed by :

being conservative which is more of a marked man. The growthof any of the above mentioned three s
THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. gen-
erally acepted to mean that he Is the Institute movement of the main roads or highways, or by any of

neither for nor against the chief grange and other rural organizations the said lateral roads or highways .. !

will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand questions of public interest In Flor- gives fresh opportunity to develop shall build erect and construct all i

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. ida politics. He is a level headed leadership of a high order. It seemsto necessary bridges on the line of said

business man has accumulated me that by the very nature of the roads or highways.Sec. i
a
OUR SPECIALY:, White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. comfortable fortune and his hold- progress we are making, the collegeman 10. The Board of State Institutions I

ings In various corporations:: would must go to ,the farm. In fact shall after the expiration !

enable him to see the ocrporation side college men have been going back of the present lease of State convicts
Oak Brick & Co.jveflakBrokerage
The Live Supply I of questions as well as the contrary from the beginning of the agricult- lease only one-half of the number of I

view. It'is not thought that his hold- ural education movement. Statistics State convicts.
1'1111 II I II II! I I II;:. I II I lillii 1111 11111111111111111 ings are so large that he is s omuch show that a very large percentage Sec. 11. The revenue derived i

absorbed with the corporation spiritas actually have returned to farming from the lease of one-half of the I

to be blinded to the public rightsby and this In spite,of the fact that cities number of the State convicts as pro-

& Commission them. have been growing with marvelous vided In section 10. of this act. shall

May Solve Problem.If rapidly and that the whole system be expended by the Road Commissioners

of agricultural colleges and experi- of the State of Florida in car-
Mr. Jennings is accepted as the
ment stations has been developingand rying out the purposes of this act.
popular candidate this may offer the
calling for men. Considering the Sec 1 Z. The remalnlng-one half
solution of a problem that has 11T1-
Flour Cigars limitations under which the agricultural of the the number of State convicts
doubtedly caused the faction headed
colleges have developed without shall be employed by the said Road
by the present governor some con-
S&offlaie Comet -Oblisi i Anita Fernandez sympathy with the indifferenceand Commissioners. In grading layingout
cern. The cost of running for the .
sometimes the opposition of and constructing of the roads or
office of governor is easily computedat Y
educators-the very men who should highways as provided for In sec
a snug fortune and the people'sside
have known better-with wholly inadequate tion 6. of this act. The Board of
when you eat good br such as these brands of the political arena might be
funds it is little less than Sate Institutions and the Commissioner
at a loss to find a candidate with the
marvelous what they have acom- of Agriculture shall at all
S b jike and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL necessary qualities:who has enough
plished within a generation. It is times have the supervision of such
money to Invest In political ambitions.It .
probable that the proportion of State convicts as now Is provided by
nakc, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this Is not difficult to understand that student of the leading agricultural
the next flight for governor In Flor- law.S
colleges who now engage in agricult- c. 13. The entire revenue at
brand If youdon't ought to feel like' a new ida will be the moat frenized contest
... ., .. you ural pursuits is greater than students the time of the passage of this act
- '!' that the State has ever witnessed.
of that colleges of law or of other professional from the hire of the State convicts
There are real !sues to run on, andIt
man.Clewing.
colleges who follow their until the expiration of the present
'
. will not be necessary for the can-
,. chosen profession. No one now ques- lease of same, shall be expended by
didates to make a platform-It has
tions the value of educationto the Road Commissioners of the Stateof
., been made already; the question is
Gum Coffee a farmer? The educated man will Florida In carrying out the provisions
to find candidates. The great poli-
I go back to the farmer if he is fittedto of this act.
\ tical interest is centered about the
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial selection of the administration candi- be a farmer.-From the Century. Sec. 14. All laws or parts of lawsIn
conflict herewith be and tbe same
date; the railroad interests will easily
An Insidious Danger are hereby repealed.Sec. .
:"
find a candidate and the selection will
15. This act shall take effect
ardly be made until after it is known One of the worst features of kidney -

fre Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. wvo the opposition has settled on. trouble is that it is an insidious approval Immediately of the upon governor.Its passage and tbe

If Jennings is chosen the railroadsmay disease and before the victim realize

". be willing to take chances and his danger he may have a fatal mala-

... ----. put up no fight; but this is not prob- dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the Bitten by a Spider

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.Notice able. Mr. Jennings can afford to first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities blood causedby
lID Your Work the Through poisoning
Laundry Is hereby given that at
make the race, and if he has the op- and prevents Bright'sdisease a spider bite John Washington,
next General City Election of the
position of the railroads the battle : and diabetes. City Pharmacy of Bosquevllle, Tex., would have lot
City of Live Oak Suwannee County
will be sufficiently interesting to keep dw
his leg. which became a mass of
Flo"rlda. to be held on the first Tuesday
politics from stagnation in Floridafor running sores, had be not been persuaded -
In May, A. D. 1907, at the
; a year to come. A MEASURE FOR GOOD ROADS. to t ry Bucklen's Arnica
\.I. Council Chamber and in manner and
Salve. lie writes: "Tbe first ap-
form as prescribed by law, the fol-
Good Judgement: plication relieved and four boxes!
lowing municipal officers of said Full Text of Bill Introduced by Rep
is the essential characteristic of "
men healed all the sores. Heals every
l'eM'otaUve3Iac""lIliams..
City are to be voted for and elect
r and woman. Invaluable to good sore. 25c at Barcla" & Groover
towitA Mayor a Clerk Treasurerand The full text of the roads
good bill
hu!'lness men and necessary to house drnggists.! dw*
Assessor filled by same person; wives. A woman shows good Judge- Introduced In the Florida House of

,' a Tax Collector; a Marshal and ment wren she buys White's Cream I Representatives by Mr. MacWilliams ---- -

Sanitary Inspector filled by same per- Vermifuge for her baby. The best of St. Johns county, is as follows: .

son; and an Alderman from Ward worm medicine ever offered to moth Be it enacted by the Legislature of

No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No. ers. Many Indeed are the sensible i the State of Florida: GRAND

r 2; an Alderman from Ward No.3; mothers, who write expressing their Section 1. A board to be known
I
an Alderman from Ward No.4; gratitude for the good health of their rs Road Commissioners of the Stateof

.' feel sure we can give you theteat an Alderman from Ward No.5; an children which they owe to the use : Florida, is hereby created consist-

satisfaction. There Is an Alderman from the City at Large; of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold Ing of three members, who shall be EXCURSIONTO

tided stiffness and a glorious gloss also one Bond Trustee. to fill expired Suwannee Drug Co. dw. appointed, and whose term of office .
---- -- -----
?ut Upon our work that enhances the term of C. A. Hardee Alderman shall be as prescribed in section 2 of

WPWtnce and lengthens the life of : from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to One of the truckers Informed the this act.

roar linen. Bring your Shirts. Col- fill unexpired term caused by re- Chronicle this week that he would Sec. 2. The Governor shall ap-

art, Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and moval from Wards and resignationof clear $18,000 off his crop this season, point three competent persons citi- "1

icy. Vest*, Wash Ties etc.. to our incumbents. which consists of 35 acres of celery. zens and residents of the State of
u I
UUdr,.and you will have them I Given under my hand and seal That is certainly making money in a Florida, to be Road Commissionersof PERRY FLA j
"
Wfckly
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and carefuly done In a satls- D. 1907. the State of Florida whose termof vON
$etpry the %18t. day of March. A. hurry. Perhaps there are a numberof
manner at a satisfactory (Seal) M. E. BROOME. others that will do equally as well office shall be three years except-

Mayor City of Live Oak with their crops. Our farmers are ing of the board first appointed, one

Suwannee County Florida. the most independent people on commissioner shall be appointed for ;

I If Attest: earth.-Sanford Chronicle. one year, one for two years, and one
r.Oak' Steam Laundry. 1 1Y MAY 6TH.
{ S. P. MAYS Clerk for three years. .1

PHONE 139." Live Oak. Florida. Don't Put off Sec. 3. The said Roard Commis-

for tomorrow what you can do to- sioners for the State of Florida shall .1i

CITY BARBER SHOP.We J. F. WEBBPAPER day. If you put off buying a bottleof receive no compensation other than i

f;: .have HANGER and DECORATOR Ballard's Snow liniment when their actual expenses In performingtheir Come one and all and enjoy your J
opened a barber shop commissioners.
up
* Ohio that pain comes you won't have any. duties as such selves. Music furnished by the Su J
avenue In the White build- Will be glad to furnish estimate A Sec. 4. The said Road Commissioners -
bottle today. positive cure
r e. and solicit the of the and will guarantee satisfaction buy a wannee Brass Band. Don't miss
te patronage on work for Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, shall meet and organize by
People. 'Shop Is at best Reference: S. hearing the boys play. fo
newly fittedeverything prices. Sprains, Contracted Muscles, etc., T electing a chairman and a secretary Plenty re-

"1 _nd kept neat and A. Hlnely Live Oak. Call at Democrat S. Graham, Prairie Grove Ark., as soon as'practicable after their appointment freshments. l'

office. writes: "I wish te thank you for and shall make all rules ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr. ..

[Queen & G. L<. Churchwell of Alachua was the good results I received from and regulations necessary for their B. J_ MADISON President.

Grifl- here this morning en route to Lura- Snow Liniment. It positively curedme government. G. T. W. FANIEL. ,

ville, where he will probably invest of Rheumatism after others had See. 5. The said Road Commls-

r T: i o+ S+ Y b.14C.R in property. He has confidence that failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug sio"ers snail eranloVa competent en- JAMES A. NEAL.
his term of em- .
for Music Teacher.
tf dw gineer, provide
tn1 MLj \ *p. Lnravlle has a bright future. Company.

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,> .-- = _,,,,. &XVB_ OAK DAILY DBMOORAT,_ -' _
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Introduced In the House to require The
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STATE CAPITAL LETTER street cars to be equipped with fenders '

that ,will prevent the distressing =
We aiminglitM =
accidents that are of frequent occur- are Spring
'that Mrr Blonnt .. !I rence.. I Tinderstand '
LEGISLATURE HAS ADJOURNED KHHH MHHMM BMH r M Mr MMi r MMrVHr> rM -_ ,3'OO- Suits'
who Is counsel fortne Pensacola ,
MONDAY : .. : ffc,
UXTIL AFTERBUSY Street Railway Company has endorsed : -;- .. : ; i' '. -..
SESSION -Mr, Reese's measure, whether : FOR OUR ; .. ," .. ; am tai

:Mr. Knight will make any effort to -

defeat It Is a matter that Is agitating

UK CITY STATE SCHOOL measure Mr. Reese's is one' mind that Just should now. have The Sunday School, Jan. 1, .1908 at $15,


$20.
hearty support.

-We: Must Not Miss It.
The Question of Establishing Some The opening of the fight for 'a .. .e. that we are offering '

Kind of a School at Lake City convince every '.,
begin -
State school at Lake City was 1I2Q 9\t
la the Senate them that *
the Senate today when Senator Cone they are *&

asked for the appointment of a'com- the greatest vahtes e tr.. .

mittee to inspect the abandoned 1 S. P. MAYS Superintendent popular price,

(By Jefferson Bell.) buildings of the University at Lake U yea ,,aai 4 s..,...

Tallahassee. April 12. The second City with a view of establishingsome I
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II I .. .
week of Florida legislature closed today .
school there. The motion was I __. t
when both houses adjournedover opposed by Senator Buckman. and
until Monday; many of the mem- Offeratory-Mrs. :Morgan.
resulted in the motion being lost bya t
bers going to their homes. Hardly tie Tote. That the matter is not "The Invisible."-Choir. '

before has a Florida legislature In I i .
CHURCHES : HymnCongregation.SermonRev.
settled is a foregone conclusion, and ;
the first two weeks transacted the r l Dutill.
the Buckman bill and all the complications
volume of business that the present Prayer.
.
that have grown out of it will
Where to Worship Sunday
N P legislature has. After a turbulent ; Singing by the congregation.
Senate occupY the attention of the, legisla- ,
passage through the Mr.Beard's 'h* 1)01bEftr; it coits sessIon.. " I I Dorology. -
Internal Improvement Fund Church. Messers. Stephens and Blackburn
At
Baptist
investigation resolution, fell by the
MAJOR WEEKS DEAD. cornets; Mrs. Thomason.. violinist, at i1 "
Pastor. ,
C..A. Ridley.
wpy lde In the. House. Mr. Carter's ,
both, services.:
resolution had an equally turbulent It Is not known definitely at this

voyage through the House and was Was Pro idn.ent Republcari'Politiciaa hodr whether Dr. Bronghton will be
.Special music will be given at the
amended In the Senate to suit Mr.' at Tallahassee. v here for tomorrow's services or not
Methodist church tomorrow: evening.
Beard's Ideas as set out in his re- We have wired him and are expecting '
Tallahassee April 12.-Major. E. at/seven thirty. Everybody cordially

solution which died_ in the House. C. Weeks died here today after along sn answer at any moment. In case invited ,to ,be 'present. Seats free
The House again became the storm-
illness. Until a year ago lie be does not come for the Sunday services Strangers will be warmly welcomed.

: center when it was returned there was surveyor general of Florida. He the pastor will speak. In the Below Is the 'I
program:
for concurrence In the amendments.
took an active part in politics in re- morning, on "Experimental Religion"and Choir consists of eighteen voices.
The first was concurred in without
construction days, holding the officeof .at night on "God's Call and the "
objection and the second after a Organ voluntary. "Spirit; of Peace.
lieutenant governor and United Soul's Response. Mrs. J. C. Baisden.. 1 I
fight. Mr. Watson, of Miami who is
States marshal. He commanded the Let every parent whose childrenare ) '
considered the best parliamentarianin Anthem "O Come Let Us Sing
federal troops st the battle of Natural In Sunday school come with them
the House moved to reconsiderthe verite In F., by H. P. Danks.. .
vote by which the amendments Bridge during the civil war Sanday morning if pot'Sible.ow Istle Hymn-choir and. ongregatlon. tMICMAELSsT1

were concurrexfln. this being carried; The funeral takes place Saturday. time Jo win them for Christ and Scripture reading-19th,Psalm. .
sc1oo(1s the teaching ser-
te Sunday
;
he moved to lay the motion to recon Responsive. ., t ;
( sider on the table a ,strategic effort nr"lnsuran'f'. Law'Invalid, Says vice of the Church. Our school is Prayer. ** t
: but would do bet-
! .; to prevent the opposition from get Cleveland. doles splendidly Anthem-by the choir. "Wh Seek f
before the ter work if, the members of the *
the amendments
again Ye the
ting Jefferson City. Mo., April 13.-- Living .
House. "Some are born great; some Former President Grover Cleveland :-urch Yould t take...- more Interest in Hymn-choir and congregation.
Come and it will Induce othersto
achieve greatness some have greatness it.
; Offeratory Violin and ,
i' and John G. Milburn, of Buffalo an organ
thrust upon them." To the come. '
Insurance attorney of celebrity .banefurnished "Tranmerei -G. Schumann. ,
second class belongs the modest Mr. Kcoember:: this is the stranger's
Quartette "No Shadows Yonder"by
to Superintendent of Insurance
-. Calkins of Nassau county who up to crunch: : and we extend you a cordial PauLShort FINE CLoygq

the morning after the concurrence Vandiver of this state opinions .nvltation. it.you,_ are sojourning, ...a...r a _
to tbe effect that' the insurance sermon by the pastor.
in the Senate amendments, had taken over Sunday. cqme. spend the hoursof
law passed by the Missouri legislature Solo. "Face to Face"--Mlss Ada
_, no part in any action beyond voting worship with, as.LaterTeleam. Mae Roberson. Salt for business or dress i
is
and answering,to-roll call sprung the unconstitutional. The act'denies- to .just received look and fit as If .nafe tet,
life insurance Hymn-by congregation.
any
surprise of the, season upon his fellow company which stating Dr. Bro t.ton cannot be withus then you abo 1ldn' fail to et-
pays a salary In exceed of $50.000 Duet "Jesus Lover of My Soul"Mrs.
take the
to
members by moving Sunday. fMetbxxfist see these three %ftftfSUten
motion to reconsider from the table the right to do .business in Missouri. Sanburg and Miss Roberson. the noted -

where the gentleman from Dade Vandiver declares that, he will enforce 'church.' "Nor Silver Nor Gold' will be sung

had succeeded In laying'It the day be the law until a court of competent Howard $utill"
fore.. All authorities on parliamentary jurisdiction. sustains the opin-
ion. 9: tii a. m., Sunday-school J. E. I Benediction.
sage's to the contrary the House

took .kindly:to Mr. Calkin's doctrine Wood Superintendent. FINE CLOWN

that a majority could do anything REFORM IX FLORIDA. 11:00 a, m, preaching: ,by the pas- Please Take Sotto
for church membership You will find tt* ttyta utf
they pleased the motion to reconsiderwas tor. Applicants The Ladies Emporium and Mrs.

resurrected the second amend Rer. Crawford Jackson Meets With who were, ot received last Sunday Lawler's Mlllnery Store have kindly the finish and tU fit of try M.

ment providing for employment of Success In the Flowery State. will please- be on hand at the taken charge of some of our toilet your size at every price pa*

counsel to assist the Investigatingcommittee (Atlanta Constitution.) morning hour. articles ("France-American Hygien- you want them. Detail

was lopped off in the Rev. Crawford Jackson chairman 7:30 p. m.. song service. The choir ic"). Our patrons will please ask for tinglis is

1- twinkling of an eye. and a precedent of the central juvenile protectory *as made special preparation for to-I them when shopping at, these two At$15

established that will revolutionize the committee has. since the first of the morrow's service. places. Thanking you In advance for s1I tl
} precednre. at least In the present year been conducting a campaign in 3:30 p. m.. Epworth League. your patronage.ST. Baring Win

House' of Representatives. Having behalf of wayward children In the The newly elected members will be I. LUKE'S, GUILD. ric-effects-gray and i

accomplished this feat "Mr. Calkins principal slUes of Florida, urging the received at this serv.ee. worsteds, casslmeres. tl9

again assumed the alert wordlesswatching passage of juvenile court legislation.So Everybody welcome. I NOTICE.A tweedsconstomtailoredished *

of what was passing around successful have been his effortsin director' meeting of the Producers equal to J30 to order

him. and except to answer roll call this behalf that juvenile protec- Kpworth League. Warehouse Co., will meet at made suits for your ideation

t or vote has not been heard from tory committee have been organizedand Miss Farnsworth Leader. my office on Saturday the %20th to at only .
again. except to ask to be excusedfor probation officers appointed In discuss matters of business to the
"God
i Revealed In Christ.
the coming week to attend court. Jacksonville Tampa. Tallahassee company. 0jf
.
r Whether he does anything else this Ocala and other cities. 1 Song--League. CHAS. II. BROWN. President.r la fc
2. Ile ponsive reading Psalms At18ted
session be has been the gallery good Mr. Jackson Is now In Tallahassee Live Oak Fla. sad
34. 35 and 36.
this week. where, on last Tuesday upon the Invitation eat i_,"

of the general assembly of 3. Song-League. Russian revolutionaries Baying Arms tailored throughout and iIi*.

' In a clever editorial one. of the the state he addressed both bodies of 4. ScriptJT3 'reading. Everywhere. client worsteds, cheviot a*

.- cleverest of the many clever things the state legislature. Such Interest 5. Bible references. London. April 12.-A and tweeds la beamtlfal '

fnftn Claude. L'Engle's gifted pen was aroused that Senator F. M. Hud- 6. Sbort address by Leader. of the Evening News correspondent newest color. effects fnv

Senator Beard's refusal to serve on son, of the thirteenth district an- 7. Solo-Kate Crouch. that he Is able to throw light declares on theme the |35 to-meal

the committee named under then- nounced that he would introduce a;. 8. Collection. }ods suits here In all sty!*.*;

amended Fet'Olutlon'ls characterizedas bill for legislation in behalf of way 9. Benediction.A rorists in pursued by the Russian ter- only : -...

Achilles sulking in his/tent. The ward children, and there is every as- cordial Invitation is extended to Jtion. procuring arms and ammu-

committee named Is considered a surance that a law providing for these all young people to be"present at our of He says that it Is the duty theof 5eett

fair one and consists of Senators reforms in civic government will be devotional meetings every Sunday no fewer than twelve revolutionary At$2fl hid

Bnckman. T.. F. West and Joseph enacted at the present session of the afternoon. organizations in possessing headquarters
London to assist snd *
Humphreys. Representatives Carter. legislature. The churches have shown political refugeesand stiles

Griggs. Watson and Reese. the utmost Interest In the movement Second Advent Christian Church. to provide arms and ammunition ultlngs of finest qna t* land *

Governor Broward taking a leading Elder J. T. Butler the pastor will tte latter being always required. The domestic worsteds,

part in a meeting held at a church demand at the present time is con- gas and casilmeres-tin
County Division. preach at 11 a. m.. and 7:30 p. ::to
siderably In excess of the every detail of I*'
'ast Sunday. supply.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
All the big guns of Hlllsborough Something like 2.000.000 rifles and measure-made suits, cpc
county either for or against county Prayer meeting. Tuesday night at l.OOO.OOu .
revolvers for this week .
only
Snow Is Piled High In Street of 730. are wanted to
dIvision. are concentrating at the arm the masses of the a
capital and although local affair Montreal. Each and every member requestedto population. as
a purely the next general SPRING SUITS'
strike
there will be a big fight before I Man treat, April 13.-Tbe snowfallIn be present tomorrow. be declared at an will possibly fOR'I I
early I
date.
the "secessionists are permitted to go. this city between 7 p. m.. yester- A cordial welcome to all. market In the Every $2.50 TO
world Is
Cede couny delegations are also at day and 7 a. m.. today was Just 12 .n the purchase of being tapped Every suit at every P**|

work but are not so pronounced at inches. Added to this was a gale of fcperial.:<< Service and Singing at the weapons. carefully seclected maL.J'

the Hlllsborough people. They area fifty miles an hour, which plIed up Methodist Church. The New York ored by specialists to reed

t= prosperous looking lot those Hills- the snow in every direction making Morning service-Special singing Constitution Mall Is says' : "The Atlanta keep their shape and fit p t

' borough men. well-dressed well-fed the streets in many places Impassable by both choir .and congregation.: third term; the Virginia sure of a Roosevelt very size-Norfolk, dosed f

well-kept and well-poised. Peter Within twenty-four hours the fall Organ voluntary .SeJetted"-Mn. Pilot 18 positive that Norfolk and single-breasted 8?
the
,f Knight. with his inscrutlble smile as of snow has amounted to 24 Inches Morgan. will not run again. Which president daInty creations In Dish *|'

..; usual. Is on the scene. That smile Is which Is one of the largest April Apostle's Creed. .' meat of Insanity-expert Is ame- fabrics for little mend J

an' unsolved riddle and Is the mask snowfalls in the history of the pro- Hymn-choir and congregation. variety years \

that conceals whatever Is going on vince. Ordinarily the streets are Psalm by congregation-respon- tlon.Le us both by training and lastruc- -

in the busy brain behind the spectacled bare and dust flying at this time but sive. early Impress upon the young

eyes. now there Is as much snow as hi Jan Prayer. I I the moral obligation that rest 'upon

uary.Sabaerlb. :.., of every human being to be a contribu. BUTLER Fte
Anthemjpepth| Mercy. by the i tor to the happiness
t. Miv,Reese,'of Escambla county,- to I II fhoi :. : ---: t L rather thai and good Of soeI .

I very much Interested in a bill be has I the Daily Democrat. Hymn by congregation. :its *.fpeulon@l" apoi
bounty.
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