Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00052
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she an Appeal A'from' Celebrated: ,Thoiigbtfnfj tNatfos's .l,'

e-Locke's Decision Needx>f Trees1Vlfl' Be.Serious tb3i
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t tota i Seljoot'Children of the United States"
11.4'-James W.. Locke In .the "
Jacksonville.koady. message:o'n significance, of Arbor -
!steA gtttes la making court In perpetual the H : "lay* '*.which<": ,"daring- Lhe month of
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oieaoa against the board of.;draln-' i [ April,! Ii" eelebrafed "tn'jnany" of the

j ssioners from _assessing hrjettiag'the if: 1' states. ii fpltoWs:- c *
fire cents per acre/teTIi } "To.Jthe School cilidr.en.. of the

designated ,drainags'dIs- United States-Arbor day: (which
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i Qnder'the' operation of the act 6 means simply -tree day") is now observed
, in every: state in the Union-

ha eoaasel. of the board ex-Gov... ): t'L' : ...: mainly in the schools. At various >

of Jacksonville, is expected J times from January: to December but

Tallahassee' tomorow.to ; chiefly in this month of April you
with the 'official and -tofcly << give a day: or part of a day to special -
discuss, with ;them 'theLent ,,.' .. FUir..d*> "Hans itl I think ft.vwUMT. risk..it with the\bia.doa." exercises and' perhaps to actual.
tree planting, recognition of the
Situation. It is pnderstoodvetior .
? has'stated; that the com- ._ .:t_. ._,_. :"'Tri.4 t.. N_ Origws. Ti.nss-Dsmsorat. importance; of trees to us as a nation

aer*. will sot announce theirlaa' : .and.of what they: yield in adornment

ace is! to Tho appeal_same until officials after cons this- LAWMAKERS- WORK VmyoLb.u RTHNJ.W'( NAMfS.T: '6 :'ON(} TICKET :communities:comfort and in useful which products you live.to the

commission .. "It is that
i tie drainage as -' ... ..' Well you should celebrate -

latHTUl taprorement board and _. I .' your'arbor day thoughtfully.
gyrations are directed by: : ... \ for, within 'your lifetime the nation' .t
Xt'to stated-farther that only MEMBERS OP VLORIDA LKGISLA- SNOW,, ;iCE AND '1PROST .VISIT. THOSE, WHO. ARE TO HAVE need -of trees. 'will become. serious.

of this tax: .has been paid, TURK ATTEND CHURCHES AT SECTIONS OF UKITEb.STATES* -;'- '.' .A3tts' PRINTED OJT SENATORIAL We"of an older generation can get

tfy ty small and owners.} and TAULAHASStK ".,. TICKET along with what we'haft., though

thin fnadxbas'beea":Dept intact a. I ,-!;- with 'growing* hardship- ;,. but in your .'.

.tNi rr psndlng-'inal decision, 1!1 full manhood .womanhood you;
:gdIsi.w1U.. its '-reI .- :soumi; ; will want what nature once sa bound "
f : .. 'esnss SHAY: WAS A QUIET. DAY i stA SA,f :jlr! .wurlW'. / .MI.. : If ully 'supplied) and man so thought '
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lessly destroyed and because this
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,L&ST..XtC1 ;t want you will reproach us' Ji }br"we
"" :T.. Attorpy Jmnings tor tins 11)r alaage Great h oiab- min{ ; 'Carotin*. .Petition'' Filed StwCy, Asking |bat wiat hart used, but. for ,,!h.at. we! ,

'Gbttesi 4--oiba- [7t viN tpttr Crm Alabama ;to 'Growig goer.aFew -"--vaase. of J... B. lohosi-aa4 w.,d,.' navei.wasted'i .

q ".mark '(Clark Iflll Atkirrw SectiosrEReportsd, tV11mlngtont ...' w It : : Frhatrd:,osZiict4 tit";: rv'ihb f uUorr as' r or,. Wii !

t- .. WJq .-. ,. .-... .' .... Jj. woman. and the boyor girl the road
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ii section was -rUlUd br ar bite ., 9. w.. Ii. -,) t ... 1'- to"sn ear In the right 'use of what

bit night.and-tsrfdbredycon* If'.'Tallahaaeepsfl. 14-This) has \ N., C. ,April. 4-rIt Saturday. was the last day for Petit we have and ther Improve.meat:!j&, -w ..
tble damage feds beenrdsnetn. oeelTa'veVirqiilet) Sunda here, developing -believed that great damage. has. tlon to *>e.tl@dto- > .have: ,,candidates'tames s T 'T ptesestunll7)> .It,,i'negteetsMr w;s....
''V. vegetable Ii! lC mirfo been dose (a strawberries and vrgetgplgs.n PtapsTe salsas- 4vt n.. '
peiliapsone that the printed-on the tickels'for'theeeaatoriai .y '4, ', "
vegetation lids *een badly i .- little fact : # the Wilmington truckln&beU.br 'elefctidi! duties. a!d r responsibUiUs lii<]i KfH slu .
2nd' x
tiropeons : 3-I'
a.and It is thought the damage I meabersjof the Florid>> !legislature.: the continued'fold'of tbtt two $ on May '
: -past *- *...- jf Jtrtl 1 1* fall upon yori TatefiIf you-*'*! ,.ucz ..J4Jlearn .. .
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ie very heavy.: < ? .while In. .Tallahassee! at 'least- 'ate a.' nlgnts7 "ToakV' he--iuinimutnLiem '; ...< were:9.101"qJllred. ".fired:- '-'containing-. the. renumber v the'rthfbg which ,you' need to. tl b,... _.

;toeton crop will bet practically: chureb-going >set, and the churches peratttfi wai' .t foufl egrees.tabeivqtreerlQg ., .of registered anospitBed'ote
si U Sa.be1ieft'. ADd it .is; oL .\t'city Ott-ttay tu'; & %.'."I.'I."I.'I..'.t$; add!": tti .- szcacwoasevete,j "; toe Wt'-VaLeh : 1 -'W.N} D1 meB. 'iDl,..,
&&Efi to fepliaV for'the early : weatherfa'Qr'1tthd-6p the sheathe<, pnn,.ot. tkls.tttl'sn0 one 1os. 'nn!,.DiDvn h1ca Ja its roa.k lives!"
....d (a. .'CUteott.o1t? was I a :Damper ot strangers This one bureau tor t6morrow-wltn a heavy A-.Tlsoa> of .VHbornand -t.their, I only tor the day. reaps wftllOilt.. "- a

tad la:.iotee tastantesbeea I t,4enlo.ped'another. that'm'an1'it 'frost, 'which1 mlgh' p' *xllsastrpus: namea.wyi ,be printed on,the,.tickets. !lug and| consumes without ha4ttnndy

rat and wkc Idttking fine. A I the senators and" representatives have ; to many'crops. Snow is reported Both, are Democrats- and are......well .!Ing.. must'exPect the penalty Gl .the: .
cent of the cotton croft, bowU their .families.:or members of their within. 40 miles of Wilmington. known,citizens. of the.;counfy. j prodigal'whose labor could with.' diN

:! aot oat of the ground and families with.,t emh,which again may Frost. in Alabama. A petition was flUtf asking'that 'EL i flculty: grid 'him the bare .ineans .of, "
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._ is not damaged. 4t 'is not in. turn: account or the number 'of R. 'lse'8 name be_placed on the rllte. -. .

to plant cotton, and where lawmakers. wJ1.r
raged by frost to any great ); city during the' weekend Heavy frost was general throughout bjr the frlend .of >Lr; Wise 'and'with- face a hopeless future; A country '

Kit will, be replanted recee,, north -Alabama this morning.: Reports out 'his consent or knowledge*. 'He' I without trees is almost as hopeless;

_will suffer but little. Some of ? ?-- v, ;t ntingsso; (Jacksonville, from Huntsvllle, say: there was bad, no desire to.'become a candidate! forests which are so used that they

'-bave.to be 'replanted, but the counsel: .for. they, j drainage board, 'kr- ice and all vegetables/early strawberries and when'shown the petition detect 'ttiil 1ot"Cb renewed themselves willwith .

"part 6f the corn is not hurt rive.4 in the city: late.la4t night and It and much of the fruit was killed. ed some names thereon who. wrnljt soon'radish;and ,.them all their

considerable extend -presumed the question of appeal The ,thermometer registered 27. in qualified voters 'and,he "asked'fi;tfiat benefits.' A true, forest Js not,merely -

county Js a; 'strictly: .farming from the decision of Judge.Locke will Decatur .and all grapes were killed in they,.be stricken off and when this : a storehouse full of wood bat as

a,of Florida very little trucking doubtless be 'taken. up :tomorrow that section. In Birmingham the was done the petition contaiiied less Tit were a factory of wood and at the ',

_.>er.. hence the damage by morning. frost was as heavy as ever seen here thanthe required number of names, 'same time a reservoir of -....ter. ,

.' win coffee so serious. .,Cot- A distinguished arrivai at'hteEeon' j Mn mid-winter. and his name will. not apear on .the [When you help to preserve our forests .
be,replanted 1f. necessary.fUte hotel this afternoon Is Hon._ Frank iamagein Tennessee. : ticket.,5... i or'to plant new onee-,-you are t
plantiag often make the Ciarfc; congressman,'from ti e' ""Sec I" ."/ r. 4 Mr, Wise stated iota Democrat 're- !acting the part.of good d WDL, The ,

s.. Therefore. our loss may' ond ,district, \rho 'will remain p/et ; Menipljis.,tonjght! April front 14.--TReports'points In Shelby re-: porfei'' .'" he was": ntt' a candidatefor II value of forestry deserves. therefore

.,10 great fter alL'io.m:> ho several days, being booked amon'g county and |from various sections- Stale Senator.':had given the mat- to be taught< i4 the acbo6is which

'" -'19T3.t3 .other things. for an. address.. 'before :the states of., Mississippi. Tennesseeand I ter ron'glderalio'n'.and did not cat aim to make 'good citizens of you.' If

The Brenaa(balitAtiquaJ_..:J.. .the county: school superintendents in damage from!I this 'l1iu want the position: He is your' arbor dap exercises help :you to
of representaUves thankful to bU friends at the to realize what benefits each of
the ball of the house very ; one -
AprtV 'Pfans :
villa Ga,. 13.- .' -the frost and that many varieties of I '
Perfected .Wednesday night.. I same: (time, 'for their kind'consl deration you receive from.,the forests and
for the inaaguraSftaUuqua ,vegetables.had been Injured. '
,& The senate half Tuesday, will. omeiectipns'was : 'and"*tftefestilp him. He ap- how by: :your assistance.these benefits "
-. near Cbatta In totally destroyed '
hark doubtless be crowded for there also pVecfate their wvk and'th'e, spirit In may: continue they will serve ft good '
Kt Gainesville, ,Ga. A ,,and, tomatoes, potatoes and other *
will be fine oratory for on this day which 'if was'done but he could nottb1nlt"'rif' end. *
a;,$ Erectors, eonslating" ofS ; vegetables,suffered severely.: ; : "
the prominent, cl tj iens,have at 3:30 p. m.. 'comes up as the specIal making the race now. (signed.) THEODORA, .ROOSEVELT. '
order the consideration of Mr. Therefore there wjll be two names
Dement tj charge and rDr. 'H.ot '
Beard's Joint 'resolution proposing( 1 Money 'for Cyclone Sufferers only on the ticket to be voted: J. B. DELEGATES LOfBER CONVEXTIOX -
Brenau college Is gebr. .
the constitutional amendment limiting Columbia Ga., April 15.COlumbus Johnson! and W. A.: Tison. ft

DmgRam s 11 cover weeks .franchise to white males only.It people have raised a fund of I :
twp A Plow Wtented. \v. II. Stillwell of Savannah Heads 1+4
Jiily 18th. and wilfinWool is understood the senator from the about $150 for the relief of the New ,

the most' prominent second will deliver an address that family of Lemuel Wynn, a Lee_ coun Mr. Lyman J. Gillman.of this county : the Delegation.- -.I: I._ .

w ttt'American platform into v .ill be one of the efforts of his life. ty. Alabama farmer, whose house \ : iss received front his attorneys in Tifton, Ga., April 16.-The Georgia F

t)..'greatest musical!- artrHtiqus ,Both convene at '3:30p. m/ scattered and demolished by a, shape plow he has invented.. elected Messrs. William. B. StUlweJL. s

: 'Ia.'t ba" of the cyclone a: few days ago. This pjow is so designed that it will F. E. Wamyer George T. Betts. J.: B.

or riifptt meeting 'hd tent- 'Snow- ..fn Tennessee. be a great Improvement for the farmers ,- Conrad and W. S. West delegates to ." ,

m4tb s-.re. to'; be-'pro- .-Kashyille." : Tenn.. April 14.Snow Ohio Crops Injured. _.,, 'In plowing such crops as panders the annual meeting of the National.J. '.,.:

aU who l desire them; has: been falling here. The thermometer Columbus. Ohio, April 15.Re and ;cotton. Mr. Gillman is to be Lumber Manufacturers' Asso latl n oU' ..... .

{"te1a$ d'thfr'promotera' _of .registered at.Ireeat point.' .. ports 'from farmers in central Ohio congratulated on securing this patent to be held May: 28 and 29'fR.b! rU"* .
.!w'to-t AMfdrtet it on-Bnes dyjceaJ om southern Kentucky and are'that the fruit crop has been bad- for there is no question but that The next meeting of -the-:fafJIl.\l: !\ : .. .

ur3e. eti bJlsbedby north AlabamajndkaUe 'that early ly damaged by the told .weather of it ..ill'sell readily and that the royal-i association, at which.the anaual'elec- fi ''

s :antanqufieia'New fruit baa.been killed bt the snow ,and last ofght 'j'fodli1 It snowed and ,f tie!_on the manufacture of this' plow' i tlon of occurs will take place:will be_ .. .' ,' i'I

cold. % ir eze't Hfi"t Is predicted. 'i-n ::. iii 1. blingrJn a neat income. j I i held ice Tifton. Wednesdajr, Slay.8., ..;,.:\ *.;

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j .7' "Pneumonia's Deadly Work : Just Bccaase RDI fA.1'CEio.'atf. j lo tae. Borthera-'Veanadry. ot'Wilbur PROFEJ ,f

affected tight: in the throat apd .. street as It now standees running*t
has so seriously my i our coign is,only. A. Ordinance to amend Sections '
rifht tiP said Ohio avenue 1032
lung." writes Mrs. Fannie Connor.T does note trouble you now, don't 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of tb" Ito VTMU-greet ,W.hittra AddV C.S.3MW*. t, ._.

6t Rural Route i. Georgetown Tenn.,t I think that ijtweds no atentlon. When City bf Live Oak; Florida, 'belnk IS Uion IniaTa-CitToi Live'Oafc4 Flor-' =

.'t at. I coughed, continuously night j it:has nofhad. much of;.%,start is:the prohibit Ordinance the entitled running, "An at ordinance large on the to Jlda, excepting therefrom three feetaerl BROWN '

and day and the neighbors' predic time to cfieck ,its The jsllihte; t streets of the City of Live Oak of aa the northern aIde of the
Parshley family grounds,
tionionsumptionseemed inevitable cough easily leads &d Pneumonia, horses: mules hogs ana gOatS, and which la included in said descriptionand PmsICLu.I:

until my husband brought homea Bronchitis and Consumption. A battle to provide for the Impounding and within the Iron fence Inclosing .

bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,I of Ballard's Horehojind Syrup will disposing of the same. passed said burial grounds. LIVE OAK.
September 30th 1963-and approved
which in my case proved to be the cure that cough. The price puts it October 6th,* U03. Section II. Tit condemnation
proceedings shall be Instituted In tie DR.
duly real cough cure and restorer of I within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be It ordained by the Mayor and name of the City of Live Oak In accordance Jit'l'

weak.sore lungs._" J When all other nee Drug Co. I dw City Co'unellof the City of Lire Oak with the provisions of tie Phys i
remedies utterly fall, you may still I Florida" ? Statutes In',such case made and pro-,

win In 'the battle fagalnst lung and ',able publications of its kind publish- tion'SecUQn 2 and laJThat Section; 7 Section of OrdinanceNo. 1, Sec- vided for the purpose of tarrying Office: Carrvn.Reaidenq.
United States. It iscon the
eded in the out provisions of. Section 1 of
throat troubles with New Discovery printed on heavy book,paper and 16 of the City of' Live Oak. this Ordinance.

the 'real}cure Ji t&ranteed by Barclay l tains thirty-four pages is published *Florida, 'being an ordinance entitled Section III.. That this ordinance Phooei c ,

& Groover, druggists. 50c andll.OO. Ion the 25th of each month. Each and An ordinance 'to prohibit, the run- shall take effect upon. its passage By

Trial bolde' free. dwUOXDEUFUIi every department is in charge of an ning-at large On the' streets of the the Council and approved by the -, Imia "IlL1.

[expert. No onewho: has a horse,,cattle City of LIve,Oak. of, horses mules i Mayor. ,or upon Its becoming an

or live stock should be without logs and goats and to provide .for i ordinance without the approval ot tie B
j the impoundingnd.disposing of the M
CLVIJ OFFER. this publication. Mayor. .
same" approved' October'6, 19 03; band e' Introduced by; Alderman 1 i". Ion t.wnipnctic OI
Is a the same
are hereby amended so
What Five:Dollars' ami; Seventy-Fire! some 32-page, ',monthly 'publication as .to read as follows: Robertson, and passed by City ATTORNEY&
Council regular'session assembledon
'Cents Will Do. printed oh heavy book paper, 'and. uS tlon.l., Horses ,mules ,hogsand'goats ,
tbjs Sth. day of April. A. D. 1907. UyE '
contains handsome half-\ *Illustrations. 9Ak,

many pe shall not be allowed to,rdat .
anda ;;
This paper, at quite an expense : H. BROWN.
It J publication: thatis
lafg' upon any*>f the streets al- .
work iB all
great deal of !:, has'arranged a 'Hon. President City Council. tlleilMUta
edited by Club offer of fourteen well-known one of the best-known writers} in.this Attest. : of Beau.Eta,. All
Papers and Magazines including theLn'E the City of- .Live,Oak, and.that:cow;* S. P. If AYS. City Clerk. -.It-. -5''m-,
couutrNo publication' Its class
j11 shall not be allowed to run at'lag '
O.\.K'l\ILY DEMOCRAT,that couldlargel1' for compares'with. Maxwell's Talismah. upon, any of, the streets lanes or e I,..S. :'.P. Mays. City Clerk of the Nft Y hN.IIS? .io/k
$5.75.1 Realizing we
only increase our circulation we It has been published' at Chicago.;,111., public highways of the said, City, or City :.of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby T '1.1- DDCO J
I for seven years. "V> other premises certifyth& the .above and foregoing ,
entered into Contract to the within
x a use j .
Ordinance1 Ntx 6 -
Papers and Magazines that compose THE FARM'MON&V: MAKER 18 a the following boundarY-1n ,said City ? was regularly passed '1.-. .
by the City,Council on the 8th diy
this Club. The Dally Democrat does large handsome'"publicationwhlfh of Uve Oak. Florida to-wit: DWoag
of April. A. 1907r and the same
t out of this offer. has been running'A Beginnig at a point where Irvin p.
not make a, cent ; great/many years
In fact we' lose money, but by Increasing in Cincinnati. O.. aad'contains various and ""First streets Intersects, ana running is his hereby aPProvaL certified, to, the Mayor: for'!"ORTOTONTU, j <:&ow.'"

circulation departments In. regard to south to where Irvin and Car
our we can secure every ? said
more advertising and also get a better part of the farm?ami-also bas many roll streets intersect thense' east to Witness my hand and seal of : SPLCLt+tg
City; this 8th of A, D
before well-known 111' of Houston street, thence south day April. ; ..
rate for same. No paper ever welters charge along
a made an offer that equals ours. special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street fijetce 1907, T. J. I i
(Seal) S. P. MAYS. ,
Every paper goes to you for one full home and also matter that is Interesting east on Zohnrstreet'to Church street, '
r' City Clerk. PracticalWATCHMAKER ,
year. All are well known and long and 'of value to every memberof thence south on Church street to corporation : 1\
Examined ,and approved .by me
worth times the the famUy.'SOL"THE1t line.thence east on
established and many, corpora-
this 9th diy of April A. D. 1907.1 AH
lion line to White ;|
price we ask. They are from the street thence
South. North. East and West. Their POULTRY FA' ClER. I north on White street to Howard M. BROOMS, Mayer." 35 year's ezpeT
This magazine is devoted to poultry
combined, Including the Live street., thence east on Howard street
and Good stock of
all of Its departments and is Watehei tUf
to a point 'The Price of Health. ,
.Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00.We published at Atlanta. Ga. Each issue opposite Georgia avenue, '
able to make this :offer thence northto' and along
are only Georgia,
contains from $0 to 50 pages, printed "Te price of health In malarious {
aVenue to
will the northeast
it.' for a very short time and It positively In form corner of UE.ROMOUOM.OOBERSON&s.

be withdrawn soon. If you rn.magazine. Anvono that on haa heavy rhlrt book(!na. nl pa-
p1 want the best bargain ever offered eons pe't thence due north alone section- line a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills."
stock, turkeys ducks
geeee, to a .
nof point *
( you order theClub now. Do I etc.,.will not only save but make thence opposite Fifth street, writes, Ella Sla"ton. of Noland. Ark._
wait for nesitate too long west to and along Fifth
may street
t money: by having this :well-known New
to Atlantic,Coast Life Pills cleanse gently and impart 4
subscriber to Line ATTORNEYS
If you are already a any magazine before them. railroad >
: : 1C ..anyone ,
thence southwest 'new life and vigor to the
or allot the papers In the Club your takes this 'and across Atlantic sys- ---
publication does not
., time will be extended one year from say that it is ,one et the best of its Coast thence Line railroad to First street, tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed Will do general practK* k

,date of your order. Probably ,.ou'do kind and is as.- handsome, readable west along First street to at Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw* Federal CoortfItoOM
point of "
not care to have all of the Papers and beginning.
and valuable a poultry paper as Is 1 AMD a [
f "Section UP-STAtj JfnpM
t' Magazines sent to your address. If published will II. U shall be the duty *
we send same \b'them
of the Jts 1
f not, you can split the Club and have three months as an absolute present. Marshal City Marshal or any deputy ,CLERK AND INSPECTORS. UVE OAK. -. ;
t them sent ot any number: of different Or policeman of the said
addresses or two: or more parties can JOURNALis .City to take possession of and place Live Oak. Fla.. April 11, 1907.
come In together and divide the Club published In Boston, and no matter in a pound to be provided lor[ that ?oLEY3nI
( of the what price is paid for a similar publication purpose hoi-s The Board of County Commissioners -
'among; themselves. On acount aD1"- mule, hog or. goat Cares
limited time that we ,will be able to no one will be able to secure ;found by him or ,them running at of Su'wann'ee'County, Florida at C&4si hssts

make this wonderful offer we will be 4 publication at the same-prlcq which I large upon any of.the streets, alleys. a meeting called for and held on said
will equal this one. It is:published In ; ,
Mgh ayi.
unable to furnish sample copies to or other unenclosed
date at which Commissioners
pro ; were present -
the interest the
women and child- 1
anyone. We take pleasure in givinga perty within .said qty and likewise CLINTON.Wholesale X
short sketch of each paper in the ren and it is ,worth.. many times the .take possession of and place' In said i ,V. A. Tison. M. L. Burnett'
price that is asked for the entire I pound and J. H. .
,Club, Club. any cow found by him or them Grant appointed the following ,

THE PLANTERS JOURNAL of running at large on any of the streets named persons Inspectors and
Memphis. Tenn... is in its seventeenthyear. MAGAZINE is publish- alleys, lanes; public highways or Clerks of au-electiono be held In :.1
ed In New York In ether
magazine un
form closed
It is published monthly on the property of said
and is one ,of ,the mo t readable City i of Hva'Oak within said County on May 2, 1.907
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh the bound- -
L. Bedford. its editor. la one of the magazines of its kind ever produced aries prescribed in Section I hereof.. District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers. !

best-known agricultural writers in the by any publisher. is full of Inter- ,. "Section: VII For catching and J.'E. Davis andvThos. .J," Kenady. Inspectors an

He lives 'his model e4ing matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ,
United States. on ordinance ; A. J. Williams. Clerk. 1JtailDealersifi
which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal
near' Memphis and also has a shall .be
farm In I best-known writers in* the country. titled to the following e-Q- District No...2.-W. E. Harrell, J.
large cotton plantation Mississippiand fees M
namely: : !
an' orange.and fruit farm in [i This magazine will please ajl. no matter For catching'and impounding horses, R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson Inspectors -

Florida. He is ably assisted by A I what, how critical they*" are 'in regard to 'mules and cows fifty cents pet head, ; W. A. Nobles Clerk. *

% a large number of department editors, theyread.. goats thirty cents per bead hogs one, District ,No... 3.---Will McLeod. G. .

special writers and correspondents.The THE PRACTICAL FARMER. This dollar per head. For feedingand W Goff and A. M. Moseley. da and WePhone

Journal makes a specialty its well-known magazine which is pub- care of such stock while In l
,, Cotton. Manufacturing. Lumber and lished in Philadelphia Is not only one 9oun
E Industrial Departments, In_addition of the most successful of its kind *ball. receive-forty-cents ,per day per District No. 4.-L. a Young J. H. .

to having full and complete departments but without doubt one of the most ead aeh. fyr hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and'''George Gamble. InsPec-

of the Home. Garden. Fruit carefully edited papers in tbe United per day per head each; for advertis- tors; Ed. McLeod Clerk. MEA
Farm. Poultry Cattle Lives Stock. States Any farmer planter or, in ng and., I.Jngsuch! 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. K,-T. H. H.: Hunt T.

bright snappy news'and contains 32, vegetables live stock and poultry. horses for mules or cows per head and L. Dorsett and ,W. M.. George. In- ,,

pages. will find that the Practical Farmer five hogs ,or goats tbe sum of twenty- spectors, B. En Martin ,Clerk. "

THE AMERICA* FARMER, of In- will save them during the ;year many cents per head each. The word District NOL ,
dlananolia. Ind_. has been nubllshed times the price that they pay for the "hog" under this ordinance shall be ; S. Newsome.: .. S. 21
entire Club. taken to JnclnrfSection /* Un'G w' G Gedbold and Henry Holzclaw. In-
t twel too7 ilJ andIs ably edited -- -

by Hon. Solon L. Goode. ,Each Issue THE HOME QVKKV )MAGAZINE shall take Ha. That this Ordinance spectors. H. Newsome Clerk.:

contains a full page poem from this is published in New York in maga- its passage effect by the Immediately upon District No.. 7.-T. P. Hurst T, Z. Promdt de
well-known 'writer. It is published zine form and contains from :30 to 60 by the and aouroval Hurst and B. M. Holland. Inspectors
monthly and contains 24 pages. There pages each issue. Mayor as to mules ;
This well-known A. J.
horses goats and Bass Clerk. .
U no better paper for the home,and publication contains many interesting bogs but. shall not .-
farm than this, well-known publica stories and some of the most valuable from o into it effect ai to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-<-G. H. Dorman, J. anywhereTHOMPSON

tion., articles, which are prepared by Passed* passage by City by Council the City Council. M. Kite and J. H. Johns, Inspectors; .

SUCCESSFUL,FARMER Is published well-known writers. Every department : session this 8th day of April.in regular J. E. Ferguson, Clerk.

at Des Moines. Ia., and has been is fully covered by experts in 1907 CHAS. H. A. D. District No. 9.-S. W.
Gary W.
this One of City. .:
long established. Each issue contains publication. the most interesting President City More and Calvin
from 50k to, 60 pages and it is one departments is that con- Attest, Council. Sistrunk Inspectors. ;

of the handsomest and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS City Clerk. Stewart Smith. Clerk. '

publications of its kind in the world. the head of "For the Littte Fellows." I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of District No. 10.-A. H. H ll. L. 5 B

Every department of the farm and and another is uClatsVlth Mothers" City of Live Oak. Florida do the A. Leggett and J. F.' Williams 7
'home is fully represented in this paper Another Is "Decoration of Your
certify that .
the and Deliver
above Drays
and spectors; C. 'L.
Home and another valuable foregoing Sealey Clerk.
and each lot these departments depart- Ordinance No !56 ,
is in charge of an expert. It is a very ment under tne bead of "Embrold- by the City Council regularly passed District No. 11.-S. Phillips, H. Furniture moving *<
on the ,
handsome publication and is a monthly eay: also a department of "Amusing of April, A. D. 19l., 8th day C. Right and A. M. Lewis. Inspectors
and the (
i ; W
'he Children, and another one under same STOVE
published on paper. is hereby certified to the T. A. Mikell Clerk..
tbe head of "Home and How to Mayor for .
GRkKVa PunT GROWER of Really Make It Home," and another his Witness approval. 1/istrtct No. 12.-S. D. Huggins J Any l length delivered]

Rochester N Y., bas been publishedfor department under tbe bead of ':'Our my hand and seal of said D. Goss and'J J. Holmes

twenty-seven years and is editedby Beauty Doctor" There are stnany City 1907. this 8th day of April A. D. J. I{. Anderson Clerk. Inspectors. ;. of city, promptly (
Col. Chas. A. Green who is said other
to be the best-known writer of this l.catfon which 'space alone inthis'pub-forbids us (Seal) ... S. P. MAYS, District No. 13t.-.H. E. Delegal. W. tusines. Pb

kind in the world., He is ably assist to mention. Any subscriber to this City Clerk. J. Reynolds and A. C. Johnson Inspectors -

ed by Prof. H E. Van Deman as as- Clubb will after reading this paper, this Examined 9th and approved by me ; J. J. Corbett Clerk. H. J. MOJContractor :
sistant.editor These two well-known we believe renew their subscription day of April, A. D. 1907. District

gentlemen also have a large number for'same from year to year withoutany M: E. BROOME, Mayor L. No. 14.-T. C. Williams and

# of department editors and specials solicitation upon the par\ of any- B. Davis and T. G. Hall, Inspectors
Writers This magazine alone is ; W. L. <
: ORDINANCE NO. :s.. Mclnnis Clerk. Apply for plans a
worth the price.'that' we ask for the one.All District
of the above Magazines and No. 15.-T. ,
An Ordinance J. and specifOffice
entire Club. In its, class no paper providing for the J. -
in this country compares with it. Papers contain stories and reading establishing opening and A. Gilby and J. J. Collins, Inspectors
matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the extending A. L. Burton Clerk ; on Ohio Ave. A.L|
MODERN STORIES, Of New York. the family, from the smallest baby Oak, Florida, from City of Live
the District
.is a handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every department Ohio avenue east side of No 16.-E. K_ Golf A J.

which Is published monthly of the home farm and business street in White's eastward Addition to. White Futch and D. W. Harrell, Inspector Tlie Great ICsBromoP

:and is equal to any of the well known are 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 new pictures (1032) feet thirty-two District "
said street No. 1'l.-J.
worth the entire price of the Club. and illustrations in these publications (50) feet in width. to be fifty \ Scott S. Parker. T.

Carefully edited and contains matters during the year that you Be It Ordained and W H. Johnson Inspvtors. -
that will interest every member o* the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the by the Mayor and ; H. B. Brown Clerk.
City of
Live Note the
family. papers. This paper feels proud to Florida Oak, The Board ordered
be able to offer to Its'patrons the Clerk to
MAGAZINE is published Section 1, That Wilbur prepare the official Heeoi
street In ballot
r\f this kind composed of such to be voted
., at St. Louis Mo., on the first of Papers and representative the City of Live Oak Florida as it at said special election be CURESOn
Magazines and to
each month and contains from 60 toTO now stands, be opened, extended and this County held In ,
we can say to each and on
everyone May
es. It is one of the best-known established from the eastern side 2nd, 1907 and
pa that our offer is worth many times of place thtreon the SPA
is in its avenue in said names
magazines published and City fifty of all
the quailt
price of $5.75 and no one will -
fifth year. It handsomely, gottenup make a mistake In taking advantage j in width, at right angles with said Oed electors, who by reason of peti Ho Opiates.in 1
Contains many interesting Ohio avenue eastward to White Lion or .
and of same. : : street certificate are '
of valuable Information n In White's Addition to the to have DrifiuU. lk *
articles full We call your attentions to the advertisement said City their names printed
the family and Live Oak, the thereon.;
of northern
for every member of the Club elsewhereIn of boundary The Board or Sate

will,please all this edition. Yon' will find there' line which drawn said at right extension angles shall be a 26th 1907. adjourned to meet April The City P

r IIIXKWEU STOCK MAGAZINE is riAt_Ued Information In regard to the avenue with Ohio" ,

one of the handsomest and most read- Cltts. side of Ohio from avenue a point directly on the opposite eastern J. W. BR r ...SoN W:,A.Clerk.TISOChairman.. I' LIVE o

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ONE FULL YEAR .$5.75 White and Brown Leghorns.
ONLY *- _- .
.. III4UI Price qf Choke Eggs aad Fowls. ...
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\ supplied with an abundance of good clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the process
* of self- ucat1on. Tbe man, woman or child.who is reading. good newspapers and magazines is going to
[ Khool as truly asif, enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundance I SEABOARD
f of,attractive reading matter always at hand tq make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incident
to childhood. To supply the universal American' 'demand for ,high-class periodical literature, vie. have. a
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:Seventeen Great Papers and Magazinesor' the Price ol onio $5.75 I' For Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, "

Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

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Grower Rochester,N. Y. Home New The Seaboard Florida Limited '
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t qf these papers your time will be extended b

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t' Price SNOWA
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I .> Club :
$You a Q'L.vxant all the papers sent to one address, you can split the Club and have ;

them sent to any'number of different addresses. ; for Rheumatism Cuts
Elsewhere in this:issUe you will'find an interesting article in regard.to all of the papers Sure Cure+ Sores Sprains.Corns wounds Bunions OJ1, I
in Jur Club. This gives full description of sach paper. ; OD. Bru...Contr t.d Mu cl*.. Lam. Back. Stiff Joint.
Frosted Feet. Burns. Scalds etaAN
The Saving Habit.is.the Key to Wealth; not tow much you make but how much you : and ANTISEPTIC dm.'ouPam.that. stops Irritation. subdues Inflammation ,
save. PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues
:-:-- promotes a free ciroolation of the Blood giving the MusclM '
natural el..t1QtJ. -

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Tenn., write: 'J hue heeD trying the baths of
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I more relief from Ballard' Snow Liniment '

.. REMEMBER[ [ [ THIS [AOFFER 18 fOR A VERY 8HOR111M[ NY[Y I than large laclosea say bottle lad nedictoe by postoffic Southern or anything order$zpress.fer I$1.00.have" ever Send tried.m*


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five! Dollars and 'Seventy=Five Cents I I,
f . . . . . . ... Suwannee Drug Company.

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Ti- AY-DAILY=DE'QCUT +Commercial Jl Bank returned.Pl yesterday discovered. Is the phllanthoplst who ;' ;

100.009: acres of land Th44r: 's Pleas '
"Afternoon from a professional visit to Live Oak. bought jiearfcreSIeyJ
Published every .. c s'i'A ilsSIo: oTta
: bola, at j
a Except Sunday.J. He said the town was. groe.g1ij
and everything Indicated that it: be ifevideiflnW- lots for "people !> We aH know what a blank;tfull'place this -oPJi ,'

P. SHERWOOD. Editor and !Ma'g'r. would ,become one 'o$ the big citiesof These may be purchased on easy payments -
the State. 'Speaking 'of the fine. those,who live on them to be ,be lilt were-not for same of the pleaures'

-t THSLIYK Oil PUB11SHI8G COMPAIT. courthouse, which the, people of the recruited from..lhe New York tene- ,' '. tennlngled- with,out work and worry. .

Entered at the Postofflee. Lire Oak. city and county take- *mch,%pride tn. ments. .Of,coarse. it wilt ,be.a matter -

Florida., as Second Class :Mail ]fatter while a fine stately and sightlybuilding of sttrrrvaJtasthose,who do not, _,Sorcle; -

November 7, 1905.'_ it could not hold the candleto shod rile proper*disposition for work plea lire"br ;

our new temple of justice which will not be allowed to remain. There
,- msiifd'ta-, ,itt :of the United is nearing completion.; .--Ocala EVenIng will be agricultural an sanitary instructors '- -_ in their shoesa c ,

States postage prepalr. for $5.00 Star. 'and dairying-: and' poultry- tie .
+ ply.because > :
1 per 'year; $2-"SO for six months; raising will" receive :attention. One th. '.

$1.25 for three months, or 50 cents Mr. Beacham. Mayor of the city of bunched thousand, dollars wills be. found the rim '

for fire weeks. Jn a<
to any'part of" the' city, by governor said to the Orlando Democrat I = the"uit
10 cents week.
carrier for per reporter In' any Interview: "If I At a ,session of the American j'- for $3.00)
three 11
am ever Ye.rnor. of Florida VI( will Church Congress of the Protestant .%

FOK STATE SEX1TOK.Seventeenth go to Tallahassee tied to no mxu..1 Epj3cobalChurcll.Sn New Orleans; a ;_"Ish; bobby shoe'for every foot, and as Quaker shoe Sr

,1 will 'owe my election to no'i few"days'ago. Rev. H. C.:Barrett, ofJt. t

', Senatorial District. to each and all'the Democratic voters -< ..Eools,::saiti%the ,questlon of regnlatlngL I r, ;, .byjexpgrts,. in a pecialty factory, over foot I"I

The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson of Florida nor will I seek toe friendship >corporate"wealth was Jhe, first I '. last%and oat of the best and mb-t popular leathers;tU

'. hereby announce his name as a candidate of the:powerful B\ the expYnsVof source of sprained conditions, and

for State Senator aid earnestly those who are not strong." Now the second the widespread departure ;, .sure. .:,to.fit:well and,give,satisfaction, which meafis .

<> solicit the support OVIt good true that's the way for xTnan'to'talK' If from sfrnple'llfe to the artificialInode r Lt "Quaker" shoes are made by the Goodyear welt '.L

Democrats at the special election to he expects to.ask the support of the of Irving, which had brought about .. .

be held In SuwsTiufti., county i on Democrats of Florida.. l' '*" r- '&... ,the:'remarkable fact that eafly eight :.t\, doing away with,the tacks, wax and thread found 014',

:May 2nd. *' J VOTERS. ,millions of families in 'tics Countryaverage"in that -.
: l F side of shoes burn and blister. th
.. \' The bill introduced in the Legislature holdings 'a little less thanUOO I ; ; so many ... hurt, ., .

FOR STATE, SENATOR.I to pay $300 for the recovery of each while not over 200.000! ;; This means, ,too, that thay are soft and pliable. _,'

hereby announce myself ai 4 the bones of the Indian chief. Tom families possess one-half the entire; .

candidate for the office of State Senator Tiger carried away by some Northern wealth of the country Out of the : f All in all, with every item summed up, you wm:

for the Seventeenth Senatorial curiosity seeker will hardly restore total annual income of the nation
shoe is the best shoe that
,the "Quaker" can be
District of Florida, and respectfully the bones to their former rest- one-half goes to bn -tenth of the peo- bougk't

solicit tae support of the Democratic ing place because more moneys can ple. The other,.half is divided among : ; $3.00.Remember". ,

'voters o( Suwaaneo county be made by exhibiting the skeletonin the remaining':nineteenths... i -
VT. A. TISON."Sir home cheap-priced museum. The / to ash 1 for "Quker"-"The shoe that do

Indians, however, of the Everglades FridayJudge; Locke |n the i : ..... Jr .

** have been consoled- with a promiseof >r nited..States clrcuJt.court, in Jacksonville : hurt."l V1 .
!. ,exclaimed the pompousaodiTldual '1
the return, but the promise Js .. handed _down_ his ,decision.
"I am a self-made, man." "I about ah unless there is force'as'well making, ..lhe temporary Injunction :
accept your apology" murmured he redOrted Jacksonville Governor i
as a reward to.--- erpetual against Broward. DowlingLumber&NavalStoresIBOWLING
of the patrician countenance.An .
Metropolis.The .: the board of drainage commissioners :

.and, the;ftve collectors of the ; f
exchange, wants to know how lever-headed editor of the several iountles composing the drainage I' PARK, FLORIDA

to tan a hide. The good brother has Lakeland News says -As the News district from collecting assessing i . . ... '

probably ,forgotten his experience In bas always been for the people oc attempting,Jo collect or assess

the woodshed during his boyhood against the corporations, when the,the acreage"taxNxt: rti cents per acre j t'- VISIT lhE POPULAR HEALTH: VkNO PLEASURE RE3OPAP.

days. Interests of the two were in conflict., Imposed by1'thtf drainage board. The ,

it can afford to suggest to our legis- tax collected was to be used in draining DOWLINQ

1 .' It really Qks as though the good lators that buncombe .bills whose ef- ,T2ie Evergladf3 Unless the ,

roads sentiment is spreading'all over fect would be to retard the develop drainage Sofdakef an appeal,, this '

0, ,. Florida. Nothing better In the way ment in which corporations can oe ends tn&! vafbag fight in the courts, 'i -WAY"DOWN UPO. THE SUWAMNEC {ITEM

'. of improvements 'could 'be' made to most instrnmental.-wilL=not be looked the Governor: and the drainage commissions i y

help everybody. I upon with favor by the people. lost point '
having on every, Aineral'Spr ngs. Hotel andColl t
t There are some things more harmful contended for in the courtS.

:: .. than corporations, and the demagogue HOT AND COt O BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TA LC. fiOOd UDt
If-it is true that one per ,cent of I I Is oneof them. ." I II WATER IN EVERY 1001. BILLIARO TASLES. TeiCSJUfWJ*]
the people of the,United States own I After.an>unrestricted freedom and PHONE CONNECTIONS* :WE L EQUIPPED STULES.St4 PAVILU.Y&
ninety per cent of the wealti of it. license to:tdud'lb streets of Live RATES REASONABLE ,17M'LES.FROMLIVa04K.atUft
Among the measures this legisla- C"U nlll &TUYUiI*"
: does it not show that, there are only "OakJ plunder the vegetable gardens &GVt..f.
} X Tery few:: bustlers and a,large 'number ture should adopt is one increasingthe trample under foot the flower yards:&, PARK
I pay of County Comissionars ADDRESS HOTEL DOWLING PARK.
.of "expert expectorators'. pilfer from the vehicles of the farm- TLOfID&r
; -\ J'I When the compensation was fixed at
ers and terrify children and timid -
$2 a day for sessions with a limit {o
I. The' Rome (Ga.) Tribune says l&dies.t --'C W' 'Lhe. Oak has, M I II Illl Ml I II IHHMIMHMIH*
mile fir
"Ten Dollars Bill has been seriously $100 a year and ten cents been ;jJdtjltiderj the ibtD of; law,and'te '
travel these officers had far less,.to
' ilL" We thought he must be ill as sclera |>ns(f)ere ifter win"be re-
do than they have in, these ,days Of
4 we tare not met him for sometime.It strlcfea'fo the i suburbs of that place. iI" SOUTHERN BUSINESS COl
rapid development and not so much
is to. be hoped he will soon be able The city tounci, after having the
ability was required as in this day;
to circulate again and that he will matter under advisement( for a number -
Now a county commissioner if honest
pay tt e Democrat a visit. of years; off and on only recently
and capable must sacrifice somethingto
took decisive action. That she has f
fill the office. The same holds
Did been a factor and is yet not without :-
that it '
you ever notice is those true of members of the county boardsof -y: :
{; for whom you have done most, havebeen edu.ca.tion.-Times-Union. I her influence in politics there is evi- i r'i
t kindest to treated with greatest ; denced by the fact that the ordinance ii i

deference that are the most thank- i| gives her sixty days after its ap-,
And It to that after
came pass *
less and meanest in their actions toward prova to evacuate.-Taylor County
he had' advertised his goods there 1
you? This Is not always true I Herald.
came unto him great multitudes from
but in a great many instances It U
all the regions round about and did I t
true. Is it human nature of is it While
buy of him And when his com- looking over the last Issueof
cII53edness!. i
petitors saw it they marveled among the Titusville Star we ran acroSsa
little editorial paragraph in that
s thems3lve3 saying "Howbeit that
The city council of St Petersburg sheet which first made its appearancein
this man,is busy while we loaf idly SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMFor
have the Live Oak Democrat i
passed an ordinance prohibiting about our doors*" 'And he spake a couple of t
running automobiles within the citr weeks ago. Editor Wagner neglected -
unto them: "In this fast age of push .
limits af greater to give the Democrat credit for It.
a speed than eight
and rustle it is easier for a camel to the next 'three months a FOUR MONTHS B.WIW
mile per hour. This.practically means enter the eye of a needle than:for a, And we were a little surprised a day ,will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only IW.W* j
that or two later1 upon picking up a. re-
be used in advertising.
Petersburg_antomobiesjcaanqt"as''v>' H' automobiles, man to flourish without. c : cent issue of the Democrat ; :tor find' .: Special, courses in all Departments' have berm so .
Advertising World- ,
except for freight and dray purposes that that most excellent little daily : student entering, on this special offer can finish within 1 tli
cad: clipped and published a piece'
stet: made to rna, ata very touch
greater speed than',that prescribed in A movements is on foot, and''*e' from the Banner of Liberty' without ; This is an opportunity which yojj cannot aff ed to mill

the ordinance. *. believe a good one. to eotabllsh giving credit However. we are.'not !' Do .you wish your salary increased? Enroll with a.*}.

this Staten State Normal School:for mad. for it is seldom that'the Dem.-: help,you to a good paying position or get a better one than you"

teachers. A bid wilt'be or has,been ocrat Is ever guilty of taking matter|
,. The march of progreas and im I
introduced in the Iegislature. asking_ without giving credit. So we forgive i WRITE FOR CATALOG.
I provemeat ,
taitertalaly abroad in
t for anappropriatiod* 'for-this-purpose, out neighbor.-Jasper. Banner ]
t Sowanne county, FOz'n, every partof and it should receive-the support of of Liberty. Thanks Bro. Bob nton.-j

'' tie couajty comes good news of all tile Florida friends of educati n. We remember the article you '. have j I SOUTHERN BUSINESS CO
the growth and prosperity' of the
t I \\e such a school for the young reference tov It did slip through .
farmer, laborer bad Shame. Work '
men and young women who are to one day without credit but we re-
Is plentiful, prices for farm I'
products teach the youth of the Stz.te There published the article in the Democrat ) LIVE pAK, FLORIDA
are better than eTr befZ-e., and the
is a normal department at the Stet- the following day for no other
demand for mechanics is greater than son University and at the State(University reason than that we might give the t L. M.Hf\TTON, President G. S. STEPHENS!
the supply Why should not our people Banner of
we believe but Florida should Liberty proper credit for *
be happy, and content/with their have a separate institution it, and we are, sorry you failed to see I' lillilllH>

lot? with instructors competent to teach the corrected article. '- --= --- .

i the various normal branches.If consent to become-a candidate. Hit publishes a paper tat

Palatable or unpalatable, the fact we mistake not. every State tn,the County Superintendent, R. L. Turner name baa been prominently njmtloa. credit
to an o.s tats
is-tee' believe, that Roosevelt is Union has -a State Normal School, of Inverness Citrus county stop- ed as a possible candidate for State ;i

"stronger. with his party than he bas except Florida, and young men and' ped over in our city yesterday and Superintendent,but he ha*,not as yet

ever been"before, there Is a strong young women who are preparing to remained here until this morning, en consented to make the race and has bscrib e the u.ai -

and fierce opposition to him in the teach often 'go to Normal Schools- of route to Tallahassee where he goes never authorized any cue lo state.

Republican party, but. most of it Is other, States to prepare for the work, to attend the Annual State Conven- he would be a candidate la the next -- ""

tte'sort of"-opposition! that may help wh11c.ot.heri o engage in th ..professionwithout tion of ocnty': Superintendents State primary.. Tie new union de?

_ a man more than it will hurt him. training because, this State, whicftonvenes'Inrthat city :Wednesday -i. .;. = ._. must have miase

Some trust magnates and lords of has no.Normal SchooL Can the State 'Prof. Turner Is one,of the leading .

1: (\h: ,finance would like to see him oat of Florida with all her wealth af- and progressive educators of oar Jj Earnest'. Starbuvk.:" ; editor,' of*
- of the White HouseThey doubtless ford to ,neglect so important a dutyas State. U a pleasant, unassuming drlandp .Dem.. a.cl t,,, w hers .S't.UI,1.;'< th.eS* A. U. -ar14

realize that by openly fighting_ him. offering, every ,facility for giving gentleman a good mixer and wields day night, leaving yesterday for tala- Booth ago The -

;' flli! ,;."f :-i'o4cPsirengthea his chances I to the -boys and girls ,the very best an' influence,, ,that will make him a ham!. After a' 'trip to Tallahassee.Mr. Commlilon atir base$
h" .
s t { ZSi3S@s trained_ teachers?.... power In State_po1Itita should,he eTa: Starbuck the matter yet, 1t
: t .i: a young man but he have a new depot.

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--/U''> QF,.INTEREST jj : It_ Today I' ,Shirt Waist

FOR Dlo111 AND

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j..Ceriterpiece t .r I .. '.. ,
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J of_the following: Contains:
Pore Linen Center. i
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? ,"-Of jjfe Oak and sn": L 1 r 1..Shadow Snht Wajst,on a good i -
f County Gathered by the Jc;>m : Silk. 1 quality of Lawn .
: crat:Reporter 1 Lesson; _
.Plate 10 .Skeins MSOD'ShadOW,
2 .., I' ,' f- JEmbroIdery T t. :
"I 'I V" Oenis ., :

.ftf ;u"J to self nee J I., : = ,.* ,' I I 1 Book on How to- Make a ShirtWabf :+::

auctioneer.. He .

II use:! .. .' ; THEY A8E-: i j \ I Illustrated Book on 'Fancywork, con- !
J ,number of ,handsome_. ,
LIID\() :' 4 \ taming instructions for working Waist --
jrtfolngupijw. In Oakhurst.. : : .,+. i
B. iv.ld.O.-,*"of,, aio.; Fla. -' Get One Today at Our Department

festered at the Ethe\ today.... : : : : Ar\\

.. f :: H I
LASmith: of Fenholloway, ; .
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'"t yesterday.. HO.WoWINDQWS
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f?Robert Harrell, o.fvit, ,. at' ....
kere yesterday.t .

t 1'.'Cox, of Mayo was a '

((7MT,Oak, yesterdayLpaal .: I
Kirkland, of Kirkland

P8t was.hereesterdayr: A
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; Dta Henry left for his home .. :. n -

yesterday. .
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I SALE SUNDAY trains goer: Live Oak -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the
ChaP''Teddetf.. left for Tampa. : .. Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leavesat omach: and make tLe breath as
da1. :.'.' I 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. tn, re- sweet, as a ro: e. KODOL is sold by

I I! turning at 5:50 p. m.-50: cents druggists on a guarantee relief plan.It .
H. Brown left for II [ UNIMPROVED round '.. .
: haa. I trip. "- conforms' strictly to the National

yesterday... : Fur Food and Drugs LawSold by
i ii | Mr. W, B. Hamlin is seriously 111 CUT Pharmacy. dw*

ftM'rI> .P"atnaJ.; ]) :of ,Alton, was i r stateJ at his home in this city with typhoid
yesterday en route to Ellaville.all i : fever. much to the regret of his many Dr. Pasco returned this morning

f l ; : : : J : ,,1'r )-), friends. lIe is being attended by from Wellborn, supplying the pulpitof
f;MIJ1 all, of:Mayo, .was Ther a : )rs.",Efird and Brown.Vprk. the Methodist church there In the }

tferlayn 'oute"\o Jasper. ftc 1 absence. of too pastor, Rev. B, T.
lj r : .; \ pa. tte new hotel for Lire tape who preached for Rev. J. A.
. R,E. Cobb:of 1I Alp1d.;was'In t Oak :ij{being, pushed as rapidly as,, Hendry at New HarmonjMch on

dt 1ellt a. .. 4 < j:t' ; i 'I possible and when completed will be 1 i Pine MouaL mission..,,;-;' -;!-,.
6J J 0 J--.UI..I..I:: to .. ornament, and fill a. long-felt

,;'ld -l.lJrFulla i1, of. Mayo, want. '. ., .
tere re terday.. ': .;T*. ::.. ; I -- I .. '
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){I y -* ?a 1! -When
--Quite- lot of think
"F-ry: :, new.bulldlngs.arebeing you
ao''i.Car..ot? ; t'Ltvar3he.,: 1 ; ..\VITtI' ;1i erected 'a.Ujver: the city nov. :

I lire- yesterday. _." .. which is another proof of the rapid I a ia out that .fine
J'IlI;- .,i': '11"19J .. ,, ; !| US. growth of Live Oak and that she is '
prE. H.. Armstrong will 4w"'v'i fast forging to the front. Watch you
kcfesional I'vis"it'he onth' 'i I'

-"" f ; Dan L Hires was tried In Judga need think

b.C., .C Green' and wife. .of Pe" : l :REALTY[ CO..I I Conner's court this morning for the of

'serelere! yesterday. larceny of a pistol, and the Jury acquitted -
", I'i him. He was immediately I
-Je k Taylor made a flying trip Room 3. i I re-arrested for skipping a bond andis RABFORD'SWhere
bulicel1o yesterday. I now in jail
!'! three furnished / -
>lng. or ::1
fifhite frost visited .this private! faznil). I I J. R. Jackson came up from'Perry yo-m find aI
ifoor fair State last night. It yes'erday to go Denmark, and 1 ft

Sao means e a welcome visitor.' olEce. I on tfe car seat a pocket. ock co.j- i choice assortment of

: :pining |)0 and other valuables
& Bours Co>> !I the best
sfd I very
,ilENTFnrnlshed and Conductor Quarterman found and re-
tday in tie (
.i!rooms. ,. address "R" [In/ tored tie book to the owo'er.The .
and is I
KfeaocraU.. -' -.' I/ n-I I C20RYEARSDVVUUUIIUc

alarm of fire
I was yesterday
;i D, II.
Blanton. ex-county
) : : is confined at afternoon about 1:30 whici I WATCHES REPAIRED I
csa.If_ er'ti-as. in the city:today on from a severe at '>roved to be the residence of Con- .

ductor Williford, of the Florida Rail
r-: We hope he will J. D. RADFOR'D.
way. The flames were extinguished
you want drawing done 4r
rank before much damage was done. t ,tlVC OAK., fLA.
carried to the depot, I ,
sick, phone 123.'N.. Boat leave tomor- .
,. attend the Medi The Woodmen of the World will -
baser KfnkaW' moving \tch convenes In meet tomorrow night. Every member :
G tiI$1t'trs.' ge3Sions'touses ,. \ I'" is urged and requested to be present Iiiiaq 'BOOR k: and N News CO.

e I1gR[ 3CIIodtIi i t LL.ru>> : Several candidates will be initiated .,

I over Live Oak, and other business of importance -
Park leaves to be atended to. "
lIlal Susie 'DaBbSiV 6f:' A PEACE OFFERING.

a:, Pent Sunday ,Hive baIt I 1:30 p. m.' :.re :
'c.lIrs. T: H. Meeks:*' p. m.50 cents -KODOL is a thorough stomach relief
1 h It digests what you eat and

Read our greatest magazine ; : ."i gives tbe stomach. rest and assists in

e1r paper clubbing ever.offered I Florence. Moor; ,. restoring It to. i's normal activity
..pap r: t r.. V. -. : 1 ; : ,.. of AltoQ.. and usefulness. KODOL is sold on a
en route to guaranteed relief plan.by City *>bar
liis i Smithy iilamsef ef{-' : they will reside" macY. d,, *
est Farm is visiting.her aunt,.., i '
ack.11 McCuilough. city. t I Saturday night about 11 10

.- .. J' opened a dress' o'clock, out In the West End, some
M- Rand Mrs: J. 'fe. Lewin building, : pistol shots were heard and after-

hat Park ,peut.5ondaj:4a; serve you. /S tis- ward a negro woman crying :Marshal c
<< Give me/ / rial Lyle and his assistants investigatedthe
MRS KI HT. matter but could obtain no clue.

J. IX McCuilough went to but hope to run down the the mis- If you and your best girl have hada

this morning .where he .of,,Wellborn.. creants today. "misunderstanding," and most eng
t.I.U41Il. contract. r and went out t., aged couples do have them, you know
who has the best thing to restore her sweet
Quite a delegation prominent
CoU temper!: and your own too, will be a
FrtiBc'?>ter and O. O, : pas West Coast Hillsboro county citizens
1lrc box of our delicious Nunajly's cho,o-
i e5eat. to Lake City this were on the west-bound Seaboard
lates. For who U the girl who
on legal business: ; .,.I .. trU morning bound for Tallahassee
r could resist tl f charm of our Chocolate
I : representative'of urge their claims and show cause;
1"0 They are pure, wholesome,
,-. "K ennedy's' Laxative. : Ca>/.s 7ent 1' ter- any there be, wt y Htllsboroagboantv and delicious; and second to none laDuality
"t:1UdreI like e g e'it of :prof: s' 0-v.ld'txi' 8lvldd' St. Ptr3urg .' '
Its p' ; I There are more. lovers'quarrels
.''C UtiJdW1 o opiates' : left thIs morning '> Clearattf'and'Tarpon 3,rinses **"
but : 'patched; with our_ caadies -
....JP..i ; the T"ach- .making; 'a'determined effort
:nhrougb. oei ', : ; people1 ere than with: any o\her kind.
:'-, e jIti! : to. Pure food. : examined his for a new coun' '."'and' p- t' up sonic

y 99 mended and that he,had. no mighty god reasons fdr City Pharmacy ttat is within them flormu BOOK ,oM N NeS CO

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W hat the Money. *rfajU is '(Spent to* ..

FLORIDA. RAILWAY i Whiskey In Ocala In One- Year- LfvfLOaJc M'f'

sanDuU:. fCJNNHCI3 I Could Do. g.l
ANB A. C. L. RT. AT LIVE SALstubDOf. : : ,
L. RT.
ON S. A.
WITH ALL TRAINS Information .
II From the best the barrooms '1 s f! :
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C& TUL 'I'DI&. a&AD 111'. In Ocala take In on an average' ... "' -.. ': :t .tY ::Manufacturers. of -
.t ; '!. '-4- ':
Wo.L 74.4. I of $125 per day each. .

1tindt.t."kL) .&I'.4 STATIONS. I :Ya8 Local Eacept-FstDady I Some men taat are,In a position to Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric% L2t

6ae.pt Iupreir Daib' Sundalt.itatay. know about what they take In,.claim

$ Vaib, ttat it will average $200 per day Powep: '.and Turpentine.

each but not wishing to overestimate
LsT_.__ -Live Oak-..... ..--Ar- 10 60 a. i to p.. "
t ao ma I.) p. Ii it, we have-placed it at $125. This Electric Lights in. W part of the: city furnished ttii;
L. It 10 I 20
i'v-' P1Er a. p m means for the.SEl.EN BAR: ROOMS
714 a aa 131 p m
_.___.__ tokJeO......___L. 18 Y2 a. i eo p. $875 per day that is spent In Ocala or Bus&ess Houses at very Reasonable rate. Elecbic
I 06 a m aMp .IL. L'I day and
night current fer manufacturing PlrPOSe4
..- L. 1020 aID. 45 p.. for whiskey or 272000.00 for the
10 a r ; W P -? ,
; Kir .nd' 312 days in the year. \VhoJesaJe'and retail Ice-out ef City orders baY
LY.__ v1016> aID. 40 p m g
sad m 4 II m 3.6 What else could this $272,090,00! :tion.i and all orders promptly filled! +-

m10a dot

It could keep twenty men cleaning .We will give you good prices on low grid
Ar_... .:... .YiUe.-- ;
I 9 10 10 a a.m LY --,,.,...LYn.r.L6 .- Streets at $1 per day. all the year- .{flooring. Come ana get 0115 prices.

M..._ .--.-- _W -- I i.?$O.QO.
t welmaru __._. A It could build new school house
Ii eo am. 10 p.. L. ------ r. 1 6j a m 4 Ii p a a ,
for Ocala-$25.000.00. Ate,
Jtiyc--L. i
ill a m II" --SlIlt'U R6, a .11 p Most victims of i
H coujd give to support a $10.00Q
10 10 a.. 4 M p LV-- -" "'-- ----Iaa7 eod._-.-- v 9 a s f 51",. Carnegie library-$ ,OOO.OO If Thl* ls8t't ConfiscationVh t' is those who are Babt wy

I. II a.. 4 .i p mi i-..... _.... .........-..... .>>aye..__--.......... ......L. 9 33 a.. I.. p pt6 It could buy all ef the open lot It? I' Orino- Laxative I'n1& | "
I Lv. .. .......-Mass.--. A r. chronic
N a ---- t4II (rom the A, C. L. depot tQ (he, (r \aco- From Thomson Ga.. I skipped one constipation fey
.1 4"L... the Ilrer
lei a Ar pal church for a park-$10,00 0.00 sad bow..sad.,
Ahoa.ss .... A.P. ,
Fort Lauderdale
I. IS a .' Lv------ -- thousand feet of lumber to I natural action

II 06 a m't Az.. .....___11&'....... ... ....-.Lv.i, It could give to keep up this park Fla. The lumber consistedof : Laxative Fruit of 8yrs the,t to"<

L._..... Ma7a_._ --A't.' -per year100000. tied ..1 t
u-;; 9 37 m a 40 p undressed planks and was securely seat
1 1 10 s r U or tripe tad it
I' It could give to keep up the two 1 torSi X
215p in bundles. so as to be easily .
cemeter1es2,00. sat to take. n.f..a sjjg.'
.L. ..._....Sa1 ..... '-L.. 'Ua.U. m p 13 p mlles'of handled along with other freight in City Phsrrasey
11.'; a m 4 6 p 9.2 It could pave five ] fa1
_.__ _L. a box car the value of the lumber be-
.. m 10 11m L. Ai2iId- 9Is am 2"42pm with asphalt$30.000.00It =---4

L. cbarltaa.-... ...--.-_...L.. 9 00 a.. 115 P"Ii could pave five miles of streets ing about ten dollars. :rolmIIO '
lli4am 11 Pill ay The freight bill presented by the !I ,
L. Keen.--_.......-.. -.-.-- Lva b3 a m I 21 p IDS11 with asphalt-$40.000.00 i slmOa.be s-h 1
(4 5 27 dollars and
a m pm a.o railroads was fifty-seven
It could six more teachers for
Lv___Fenholloway__....La. Itsam I18PID&aU pay -- -
: a.. 6 36 p m tie high school at $60 month some cents.
a m i 43 p m Lv _Drnaark.-is .._.L: 818&m Il5p_ each-$2.880.00 Before paying this,freight bill of A LIQUID GUI Q

1234 m &G..Ar' Perry _...._L.. lSOa. IltplD It could erect a monument in Ocalato ,57 on lumber worth $10, I want the -AHDLAXATIVE -_

Confederate soldiers-r$10,000.00 opinion of ex-President Cleveland as

(a) T.!eraca a*Telephone Station (i> FU* States*. Irl Register (a) Regular Stop (a I I It could put a shoe factory In Ocala to its reasonableness. And I want all

A._ey Station t I*. ALSTON. Superintendent, that would give 100 men employment. hl'm to, give me.the benefit of "quiet

ftaia Genera cr Agent: ITO -UOO.OOO.OO. bout cogitation. No delirium tremis. -

.It could start a buggy factory that business will fit this case.

THEJAMESTOWN would give 50 men employment- Being In no hurry -to pay the bill TIE MMA

$25.000.00. I will give Mr. Cleveland all the time

It would then have a balance to he wants. If he wants to wait till NEW i

. elp the poor of$18OOO.00.ToalU'l2OOO.OO.Ocala. after'Gabriel blows his horn so much IlEA

Ban- the better.In k sno

..eI. the meantime the railroads. have ;

got my lumber. s

*T re New_Pure Food and Drug Law. Is that f'conflcatpry. I" pause ... 0..ess_ qtr)1s4_
\Ve are pleased to announce that !
in order
that corporation: lawyers I
Folej's Honey and Tar for coughs, may Incubate.-Tom Watso '. Cold or a Coat Mr>tte?
Exposition colds and lung troubles Is not affect- con.tip&lloaM wad te
Atlanta. Jeffe onian. eyes. DOS* sod threat lB3tu4 it JBMef
ad bj the National Pure Food and the
system thrsiif OM svnt4i{
Drug law as it contains no opiates or Bitten Per the want of moUrgie ft*U.mj
by a Spider.
other harmful drugs and we recommend i : dry sad bard. Hwlj&t&mteOpUtes.
t ii are .. ...
coGatipaUa 4clafy
i Through blood poisoning causedby
III via the it as a safe remedy for: child- lUonedy's Uud* k*.
ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* a spider bite John Washington Tar meres the b.w.esstusnKENNEDY

of Boaqueville. Tex., would have lost !

LIVE O.-\Kz.3LVV WEns tis leg which became a mass of :

running sores, had he not been persuaded *
AtlanticCoastLinePeople '
FAward.P. Mills,1"* this" City )Marries to t ry Bucklen's Arnica LA3HIIKHONEYuiT

Miss Taylor of Near Lakeland. Salve. He writes: "The first application -

relieved and four boxes

all over Florida, sic the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- (Tampa News.) healed all the: sores." Heals every !
lakeland, April 13.A
very pretty -
sore. 25c at Barcla* & Groover.
pie Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two tome wedding-occurred, at the resi- druggists. dw. jj- RsBevu Colds "-3

lence of Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, a few of t'system thrsuh s ,

daily trains fcach way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping miles south of Lakeland on Wednes- Another _the .....1&. f
Couty Division Fight.A *
9 Rs&evts Covcks
cars. lay evening. April 10; at 8 o'clock called meeting of citizens was the mac..7streocthenlnf .....

xren Miss Benton Pauline Taylor teld In the city hall Saturday after- the tare.....
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson ave her heart and band Into the noon' to consider a proposition from For Cmm. Wiaoptef "I d'!

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. eAping ive: Oak.of Edward Perry Mills, of she Wauchula people looking to the bflotaxa. Lang Brsacaltls&a4 ftree, u4Colds. W

Creation of two new counties out of
1 Coach excursions at very low rates. Only a few were present to witness ,arts of DeSoto. About forty were Boa/remedyau sad Tar. !C1w.t* tSas.4IInb1 L-

For further information see your nearest railroad agentor he short but impressive ceremony as >resent and discussed the matter. Put"It Ia its.SO.sad.IJ.OGersa.rr bad

write Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent Atlantic erformed by Rev. Waldron, but The prevailing sentiment.was thatthe, .t L 0.o.wta.
these few considered, themselves as
cause a just one if acted
and not
Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla. particularly for unate for it was in-t upon now would have to stand over Sold bj Gtr _

!'eed a pretty wedding. The guests possIbly
for ten, years. Accordingly, It
was decided to appoint the necessary,
nd Mrs Griffin, the latter of whom FOLEY
Live Oak & Gull
Perry ommittees to prepare new county,
> a sister of the bride. I
I Mil. with the requisite data and
The groom is a very deservedly
Railroad Company. present the same to the Legislatureas
opular and successful busi-
soon as possible and the.committee -
%CliEUULE bFrBCTlVE NOVEMBER 4 1W6. ess man of Live Oak who has chos-
i are now ar work It is general- HONEY Arm, T TThe
"n one of Polk county's fattest and
'y believed
that tte sense of Justice
cost attractive daughters for
II I- his
1t'n..ndi'.1 1.1\ : and the Democratic
Bail and, Pass t Pasa.njer i and Pam 1'aasrnge. bride. TI e costume of the bride was residsg J
.rArIO'll s.loo. in the members of the
1 -Flo. t t. No3 I No 2. I Nu. 4. --N. 6IunJay specially becoming, being a travelng will Legisla.ure origin
I ... i'of.. I ".%f. P. M. I r+. II! "A. M ew counties asked for. The com-
a Leave I.erve Iv" Arrive 1 Amv. A.rivr blue that set off her fair and dainty : LAXATIVE cough (i I
JU :.... I'I ;! Ie) .Live Oak 4 IU ..5., 9.12 ni'tees having the matter in hand Q
8 11 a..o' 234 ..Rock Sink 4 1' : 1I.t '::2tI eauty The groom was immaculaten
.. I 1' 1.13 S go ..... Starr.. .... 4 12 ; 1.2' 9.24 the regulation suit of black. #111 cooperate with similar commit- For coughs, colds, threat
..._ Af-
1IJ2. M..rcer._ ,
107 40"
1'7 1.11 9.21' tees
8 25 I S.21 S 15 on PlaU.-.... .1- 4 0 i US 1.17 er receiving the hearty and sincere \Vaucbula.-Punta Gorda troubles. No opiates. "
.811 t s.IIt: a 38 .. Lancaater. S S i 9.00 a.Rks. Herald. Good for every body, Sold
r +. Ar S.1i Ar. a 41 L" .14.' l.v 8.+O L.9.00 "ngratulations and good wishes of '
Dowling Park.
t.". S tS L. .1.5J w. 10 Ar S 3:1 j Ar 8.20 ........ .. .11 The genuin
.... present, the bridal
60 Chance 3 party and
: 62 ::=::::::::: : 11 ..::::. Bell..... : : 8 8t6 14 :::::::::: uets Invited to Thaw May Interest You FOLEY'S HO.NEYaoaT*
were the
I i1 ._.. : : Mayo Junction 118 8.1Z ..... ... dining No one is immune from. Kidney Yellow package Kcfu i
'p Ar. Day_.. $25 I" *Lun :.. ... oora where most dainty and delici trouble so just Prepared only sfFoly
L' 40
1 Y6 ....... ..._ 46 ._.._sile. ..... t9' ; :7.50 .....::... ious refreshments were served. The remember thatoley's A Company
: '4 i 62 .. Townsend .. 3 15 7.44 .. .... Kidney Cure will stop the Ir-
!S .... ..Smith.. 304 -Y6 ...... parlor was tastefully decorated with -egularles and
Ii .. _. 3 Z'l FenhoUoway2 I: 1.1..S ferns and cure any case of kid City Pharnu 7E'Y +j
--- I : palms and cut flowers
Ar. 960 ---- and .ey and bladder

L.u.. t: 25 10 :::::::=:::=:.._.= .Ar._.._S._41__ .Hampton_.-.Perri 111: I Lv.'A;i i! L-30o..._:.::.. :..:_:.:.:.:.::: uge boquets of roses adorned the 'eyond the reach trouble of medicine.that Is City not ; .IDx

.- ..... dining table. -'1:armac1. dw*
The bride received many pretty disks Klra.j* aed NaNM
and useful presents which attest herojularity Sign the

__ WEST 1sOUND-. EAST BOUND. and the esteem in which establishment petition of asking for the C. \V. WILSOJt I
a criminal
p .r and ..... IFr t a-..i Pa.a'F't .-.1 P... P.__.,ge. ihe is held. \ luwannee: county. If the petition Is
Iyy 6. ha 7 I I Na t STATIONS. : No. I No. le l.o. e The good wishes of all who know lot presented to T A I LO
RAJa( 0..17 I 00u1y ex SUB.JIaily ex.SUII' ;i _--ly ex Sna: Daily.x Sun. Sunday. Onb t you for your 81 n3. _
-- ---' em with this
{ A. IlL : go happy couple to ure. go, hunt it
h'. A. 14. I P. H. I Arrii e 'Ji'--- up and sign It.
:,arse I l u-ve : Arnw Arriv. heir new home in Live Oak.n Tailoring don at Rttbessnt6b.
asp ar'0 I 4.aJ I t1..w ti nJ[ I.arkl j 8.10 1.311 I.otLIJ
t 53 Clark
I 7.36 I \ Insidious Danger Ca, writes .' dun guaraui4 4
.15 9.1 : s..OS Peterson i I.OCI t 8.13 : 1 was a sufferer
A i.7 I 10.110 s ..30 Ida,.. a 1.0 y'a 1..48 'a Len One of the worst features of ktdy Kidney disease from -, ="1a
U1 8.r lV'llt11.1'\ 40 I AltoD LY 1.110 !L. 1..38 !3 4 8.00 so that at times I -- I
.r. U. A. Ml. J1. IlL __,-_ A. K. I P. M. I A.35._ \ trouble is that It Is an insidious could not get out of bed and when

ICeiular.tui. Cuaneeti.a. .twi.at howling Park to<.U traiu to and from Liv.Oak.and Ppn. Msease and before the victim realizes f did, I could not stand
s four, .,._tio%asteeonnlctaalswith otlwr Ii_ 'plon. er call General I'a.enaer ".n; "is danger he may have a fatal malady ook Foley's straight. I : : DR. CHAS. L TAVETERIN
,,hunr I41 Lhwling U..iI4ID1k U Oak Cure. One dog
.I.I\\I' 'M1t+LL4''t..i..i Ie P HOPIUN3. General PaaerAceal Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the tar bottle and part of the second

first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities cured me entirely." Foley's
- Kidney

ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT disease and and diabetes.prevents City Bright Phar! Cure ire: works total wonders where others < > Solicits your patron****

failures. City Phar- ; I at residence-Pbon'r (***.__
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ME7THODI5T QUARTERLY REVIEW Italy .. .......e..;., 556 The_ pre 4a--t wW I teach fb'- ,{

(Florida Christian Advocate). I Ronmania ...:. ..-... ......JL JS4T exposition' grounds, Jiff 11:30./afterpassing

frH R s Dr Alexander. Is making each number -: Great Britain and Ireland. 508 on the Mayflower throughcolumns ;f

: of the Review very interesting. Belgium v: .:..-, i....,:. ..... 290 of saluting foreign. :and

The,articles In the April number:are Holland. .. .... ..-. .. . 339 American warships In Hampton
iJ'FYt T all readable and while they embrace: Sweden '. ._. . .. ... .. .. 29 Roads. He- will be. escorted to the s

--Ji a great variety of subjects yet they Norway.. . .. . .. .. 68 reviewing stand on. Lee's parade, lathe

y..to k"It it 1 are all of'general Interest. Australia .. . . . 100 rear of the auditorium building.

-!-_, ..at.well a 4.a (aions! We give place to- an admirable paper Canada . ; . . 12 The speech-making feature of the
c Ot orel .
iI 1d4DOye.are ekaeh07 out Bay from Bro. N. H. Williams com- United States < . .. 23.472 program will begin at once, and In
s-oft arl: the.oaat7 1ddn.ys and! menting on an article in the Review the open air. should the weather per-

.='eo1ored7 of diisirh entitled: 43,582-,. mit. An Invocation by the Rt, Rev.
.. JddDoJ'
idH.jet.,011. of taklns tom Shaking The Foundations. The reader will note that the U. S. Alfred Magill Randol h. Bishop of

,118. CU"S R1CJUC'Im.UD The April number of the Methodist vastly more than doubles all the.other -1 the diocese of southern Virginia, and

JRT CC'RZ. Quarterly Review Is on my table civilized world.In divorces,granted : a brief Introductory address by Harry

.-..* and reliable filled as usual with the finest reading twenty-two years ago with constant:' St. George' Tucker president of the
I Sy, Ie doses t do what -_ matter to be had. I do not,see how increase ever since. Prof. Dyei3ad- exposition company, -will precede foe

!!.-Ny.' $toy..UUi$ your rrtble money dl*. @'...._ any of our preachers manage to get mits that ,he:deals with the question i president's remaks. When the president

:-lilQ-ttI h..Uh he 'J'ouro.u COoda'J'1t7 OIl bayw &ke. .-.....-....--- along without it. .: from the view point, of .woman's 1 has concluded' he will press a
c1r faults. He frankly. that men gold button and Immediately the
There Is an article entitled "The says I
1116. and ,
f1 a bOw. _.,..,,.rW
Divorce Problem." in the current are as much to blame as women. or i machinery; for the great show will ,bin

number from Prof.. G. W. Dyers'; pen. words to that effect. I motion a thousand -flags will be

LIVE OAKT>RUG COMPANY. In this article he shows up some sick- This paper will do good. I pray] nafurled on the exposition buildings

_. ening statistics some facts and fig God our young as, well as our old and a salute to the nation will be

- ures some causes and Conditions will 'read and ponder his weighty fired by the foreign., and American
;:- i .I I I Id'lill' II 1111111 I II 1111 1111111111111 It 1II1I II IIIJJ which are alarming. Truth to tell words.. I warships in the roads and by the garrison

the foundations of our national life N. H. WILLlA1IS. at Fort Monroe. At the con
I are being threatened. In the midstof I clusion of the salute the exposition

4 our financial commercial and 'intellectual NOTICE. i oands will play the "Star Spangled

tTo Contractors and Prospective Builders: r prosperity we are rapidly Notice Is hereby,'given that the I Banner" the.troops will "present
becoming heathen in heart and practice Registration Books of 'the City of arm and the concourse will; 'stand

Painted and polite but heathen Live Oak. will be open at the store with uncovered heads
j THE .still Prof. Dyer deals with his of J. C. Lyle.' between the hours of The parade of solders and sailors

subject from the standpoint of a !9 o'clock a. m., to 12 o'clock m., and of the United States under Major

furnish you_your Lime, Cement, Building-sand scientific sociologist but withal as a from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. m.. Gen. Frederick Grant will be the

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. real man not a bespectacled academician from April 22nd, 1907. to May ?nd. next feature. The president will review
1907 inclusive for the purpose of' the parade from a grandstand
He comes to the care of the
*OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. question as a man determined to tell registering the voters of the Cityof where also will be gathered the honored -

the tr.uth. the whole truth and noth- Live Oak. Florida. T. J. LYLE. guests of the occasion. Includ-

: ing but the truth. Below the readersof Registration Officer City of Livn ing the diplomatic corps, the official
Oak Brick &
The Live Supply Co. committees of the senate houseof
I IIi the Advocate.will find some of the Oak,-Florida. apr2-w-U and
representatives and the
divorce governors
Causes of as set forth by Profs
M I .JII! "'I j Idl'III:: !!:::'!:"!' !! I I ,: :'!! II 'III 11111 III Jill III Dyer. Woods Fires Wiped out the Historic: of states twenty of whom have ac-

r, --- First Inadequate legislation. Village of Juno. I opted Invitations to be present.
'1 The day will close with
Which he says is often a result instead West Palm Beach Fla., April 13. a receptionto
President Roosevelt between 5 and
MakBrokerage & Commission of a cause of Divorce. -A woods fire which raged all day is o'clock.

Second. Laxity of religious teachng yesterday jumped to the east side of i

on the subject of divorce in Pro- the: lake Worth canal last night and .f .
I Why
tesant Churches. The writer once wiped out nearly all of Juno the for-
have a tortid liver when Herbine. the
heard an aged Methodist preacher mer couny seat of Dade coqny.
: Flour Cigars declare that he did not know it was Zapfs. Collins Cams Woodruff's the only liver reguator will ,help rout
There Is no reason why you should
against the rules of the Methodist only houses left in Juno were burned
Sete, Comet, -ObM Aniti Ferainde: church to re-marry divorced people Including the old courthouse and jail. suffer from Dyspepsia.. Constipation.
: Chills and Fever or any liver com
except in cases of marital infidelity I Chillingworth's., Jenkins' and evenPatteson's 'lainta, when Herbine will cure
i. and then only the innocent person. over on the ocean ridge. F. C. writes
I Waite \\estvllle. Fla.. :
br such these brands Third. The secularization and of the houses
mn'You eat good as were unoccupied "I was sick for a month with chills
profanation of courtship and nvi'riage. -
but the total loss is considerable. and fever and after taking two bottles -
: often treating It as a joke.
and 'drink of coffee of IMPERIAL
a cup of Herbine. am well and heal-
!-.:.- Worrying for money, social position *
Good '
,Judgement 1:1.11 Sold by Suwannee Drug Com
I z;..Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this or convenience. Bradstreet taking is the essential' characteristic of nn-n pan,. dw

, f% J .. the place of Cupid. and woman. Invaluable to good

raltd: If you. don't, you ought to feel like a newtig'Gum Fourth. The customs of city life. business men and necessary to house- Democratic Dinner.

. ,,,, ,. ,. -,' .. The free comml'ngli&g of. the sexes wives. A woman? shows- good judge '.f1.wr, York. Aj>ril U.-It was announced .
in the offices stores courtroom
: .
ment when .she buys 'hite'sjCrea6uVermlfuge today that the list of speakers .
everywhere It is
Counting house
for her baby The best the Jefferson
at dinner of the
t a '," the old story. Familiarity breeds
worm medicine ever offered to mothers
Brooklyn Democratic club next Tuesday -
D j.- con empt. The hall-fellow-well-met- I Many indeed are the sensible night has been Increased at the
Coffee ;irl, mingling with men and boys almost mothers, who write expressing their
William J. Bryan
request so as
f I as freely as with women and gratitude for the good health of their
'MyToto Globe, ImperIal! girls breaks down.the.barriers which children, which they owe to the use to Include GOT. Glenn of North Carolina
between ; Gov. McMillan of Tennessee
'.bould always exist the sexes 'Wbite's; Cream Vermifuge. Sold
The mutual respect each for the by Suwannee Drug Co. dw I,Gov. Warfield. of Maryland and former
other is thus forfeited. We hear peo- Gov. Jelks of Alabama.

) Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. The pie crying professor out speasan for liberty awful of women.truth (Peonage Dunnellon(?)Advocate.Again. Doing Business Agaiu o

r.Iii!> when he says that she has purchased "When my friends thought I was
Dunnellon is about to become
her liberty at a fearful cost. The about to take leave of this world on
mixed in peonage'case..
up a
MllOR'S PROCLAMATION' double life is so common in some account of indigestion. nervousness
1.Your Lanndrj Work Notice is hereby given that at the sections as to create little or no Last summer a number of Italian and general debility,' writes A. \.

next General City Election of the comment. lie charges up a considerable laborers who were working at Inglis Chisholm. Tread well. N. Y., "and

City of Live Oak Suwannee County share of this laxity on the subject for the Port Inglis Terminal Company when it looked aa if there was no

Florida to be held on the first: Tues- of divorce to heathenish conception jumped the job after becoming tope left. I was persuaded to try

day in May. A. D. 1907. at the I of life. Women spend their time indebted to the commissary and Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say

Council Chamber, and in manner and I at card clubs where they gamble for signing contracts to pay up in labor. that they are curing me. I am now

form as prescribed by law. the following I :prizes, thus putting themselves on When given the choice of standing doing business again as of old.

municipal officers of said I an equality with criminals of ann 1 1I arrest for breaking contract or going and am still gaining dally." Best

City are to be voted for and elect I other class. Drinking wine and seek- back to work they decided to returnto tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby'Barclay'

tc-wif A Mayor a Clerk. Treasurerand ing associations that destroy all that work. & Groover druggists.

Assessor filled by same person; is sacred in the soul of women. This week a number of our busi- Price 50c. dw.

a Tax Collector; a Marshal and Fifth. The I professor conclude ie's men are summoned to Tampa to

s 'Sanitary Inspector filled by same per- his terrible Indictment with the common teitify

son; and an Alderman from Ward custom of married people 01 Our State statutes provide for the

No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No. boarding rather than keeping house. I punishment of any one breaking con- GRANDEXCURSION

2; an Alderman from Ward No.3'. He admits that in some cases it is tract, and! if we are not to be allowed

an Alderman from Ward No.4: necessary for married people to board I to enforce this law it should certainly -

*fee! sire we can .give ypu the an Alderman from Ward No.5; an but that it never should be prolonged be stricken from our statutes.

fewest' satisfaction There is .an Alderman from the City at Large; except in cases of necessity. In.dealIng '
stiffness and a glorious gloss this of boarding Den Put off '
at also one Bond Trustee, to fill e\ with subject ,
upon oar work that enhances the pi red term of C. A. Hardee Alderman house life he lays bare some awful for tomorrow what you can do today

Wr ice and lengthens the life olUnea. from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to facts. "She mingles freely with oth- If you put off buYing a bottleof

it;Cuffs. Bring yodr Shirts, CoP fill unexpired term, caused by removal er men of the house. "They are I Ballard's Snow liniment when TO i
Handkerchiefs White andmy from Wards and resignationof quick to observe the least friction be- 'hat pain comes you won't have any.

VMU, Wash Ties etc.. to our incumbents. tween husband and wife" "Her husbands buy a bottle today. A positive cure

**Ujr did, and you will have them I, Given under my band and seal faul's become larger and larger for Rheumatism. Burns Cuts. PERRY FLA. 1

and carefuly done in a satis- the 21st. day of March. A. D. 1907. each day. and the other man becomes Sprains Contracted :Muscles etc. T ,

rk:,; nner at- a satisfactory (Seal) M. E. BROOME. more interesting and sympathetic S. Graham, Prairie Grove Ark..

Mayor City of Live Oak, :' He concludes his arraignment writes! : "I wish to thank you for ON -

-' Suwannee County. Florida. of the boarding house with this the good results I received from

ire'L Oak' Steam Laundry.. AttestS. P.: MAYS. Clerk which paraphrase Dante from says is Dantes inscribed Inferno.over Snow me of Liniment.Rheumatism It after positively others cured had MAY 6TH.

PHONE 139." Live Oak Florida. the gates of Hell: "You \\ho enter failed. Sold by Suwanne Drug !

here leave all hope of the highest andbest Company dw

C'IN.BARBER. S OP. J. F. WEBBPAPER and purest behind and preparefor
i The Opening Dad of the Jamestown
*' **'. opened HANGER and DECORATOR the worst. Come one and all and enjoy 1
barber yourselves
"Uo up a shop Below are some sickening statis- Kposition.:
avenue In the White build- Will be glad to furnish estimate the professor for the Music furnished by the Su
* aad< tics compiled by President Roosevelt is to be the
solicit the patronage of the on work and will guarantee- satisfaction wannee Brass Band. Don't miss 1
year 1885: feature of the opening day of the
Shop Is aewly fitted at best prices. Reference S.
of Divorces Granted in hearing the boys
Total Number I Jamestown Ter-Centennial exposition play Plenty fo re-
jhe'QlthinK 'kept and A. Hinely Live Oak. Call at Demo- 3
.. -. } neat. 1885, I The opening exercises which will take freshments _4
crat office France .:. :. . 6.245 place Friday. April 26, will begin at ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr

tmeen& Mrs. W L Cauthon of Homeland, Germany .. . ..:. : "'> . 6,161 sunrise by a salute of 300 guns by

Griffin .was a visitor to the city a short time Austria . ... . ... . LI" the Norfolk Light Artillery Blues, B. J. MADISON President.G. J'
yesterday. While here she was the Russia . . . . 1,789 commemorating the three hundredth T. W. FANIEL.

IIomA1UTAR guest .of her relatives .Mr and Mrs Switzerland . . . 920 anniversary of the first English settlement JAMES A. ;ZEAL. 1 1I

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.LEGISLATURE PROCEEDINGS She was forty odd emirs of age at The Exin

the time. of,her death. i d ever since

What Our Lawmakers Are Doing- she came to Wyoming eighteen years I eaimin :
We SSuits -
House and Senate Will Convene ago had made her home with her sister ]Dr :

This Afternoon ilrs. Ella Cobbler. She went t-ffiJ"

Tallahassee, April 15.-Neither there with the understanding that I Fer ,

be required to speak
branch of the legislature is in session she was not to

this morning."Both -.'. to, Mr. Cobbler r,&ucI-*didr-not; dpinowChough :g. pb.--.-egtp. ..FQRrOURJ l"u t auY

will convene6'at 3:30 this he tived,yearsi.atex3kerc F.iii-6i.1P; f".q -. ...* '' :=o-.' H ,

t regular afternoon session, and- the of-the third Florida week' of legislature the I I arrivaL The story Is that- twenty-seven.*" Sunday< School,:' an. 1, JL908 I { t $5r 'f

-' Miss Carroll was engaged
for 1907 will be inaugurated.A years ago i : -
I to be married to a young man in the $20.r
feathj e of;the week will be the .
<" special tomorow : r '
afternoon for as the journaI:of that 1!ceremony at the tome of her mother.1" .-. ,I* l_ ., 'that,we are g51teouvlipce '" :

when the hour came _the young every :_
but > >
body shows at"4 o'erock comes theconsideration /tr ir>
did not Miss ea"rroni them,that tbe7 tn ...
of the Beard joint resolution man appear. < I ..
: constitutional i never ,saw or heard from him,.after ; Y the greatest mines e'i1F _

proposing the : ,1 S S. MAYS Superintendent i popular price*.
ward. .
amendment, which will either forever -> : .. :
: 'L&i7a;
the t s
bar the negroes from, voting in Florida "She took a vow that night ltsrt

test in the court of story runs never again to speakto 'V'f' .
or supreme r r _
r ., b
the United States the validity of the man. and kept it religiously to < t1T
: death. 4- .

fourteenth tie constitution and fifteenth of amendmentsto the- United f day"Before of her she died she requested her heard already- that the onion had i i'en'dorSed '_TH4W8 QUIET ,SC Ip11'. : r ;'1

certain man as a candy:
States. Senator Beard is booked ,sister to permit no men to.attend her a '
Now such is not _Permitted .to See
i date for Senator. His Wife ot
for :a long and eloquent speech and funeral, and nona did attend it. ,
the case and the report may be an Him.
the call the space 1
ta "galleries. we
in rear of the seatsof the Senators Two Interesting Passengers.;.. !,;injustice to'tfce candidate,-aad should '"New York April 14.-Harry Thaw (t.
ha local union do: such thing it would !
will be crowded. i Columbus: Ga.. April>> 15.-Mrs. M. As : spent a qnlet Sunday' In the Tombs 1
;'siR1 ttereby revoke its charter-
Ex-Governor Jennings the special A. JoU33 of -Brf tow, Fl ... aged 104 : today. Early in the afternoon his wife )
should ba con-
[ organization, we : : '
counsel of the Drainage Board arrive years ana her daughter: Mrs. Tabi- called: to see hit bat Warden Fyna
sistent; and it Is due the public to
yesterday and-is"today in con tha Ann Sears aged 84 years were told'her that'she would have to abide
know where we stand on thesekquesLions
; :
s lUon with Governor BrO)1 ard and on a Chattahoochee river" by the usual prison rules consequently -
pasengers b
Fraternally. t., '.J
th.3'otter members of fti! -:board relative -.teamboat last weak :They were pn she was not permitted to see her:
,*; r : E. R_ WISE.. tJPr 1>,f
:: to a possible appeal from the route to one of the river landings to J FarmeraltnlQtk, husband as she had done on previous

decision of Judge Locke in the.United rsit the, old lady's "baby boy." who s:Suwannee Co. 1 Sundays daring the eleven weeks that ;e t

States court in Jacksonville Friday :s 53 years of' age. The passengers 1 FOR COLORED YOUTHS. Thaw' had been en trial

making perpetual t temporary InJunction became much!! interested in the old It was stated by one of the counsel

resting the collection of the who acted for Thaw in the recent trial -
and mad for them
:x>ae>> up a purrs : ; Uorne M'sslonarjr Society,to ,Build It
drainage tax under the legislative act that D. M. Delmas will not hereafter
at :Atlanta.;
of 1905. EIGHT BURXED -. have anything to do with the case t

Another distinguished visitor is Dayton. Q... : April 1'4 '- The but that Messrs Peabody and O'Reilly:

Hon. Frank Clark who came later in I When'Boy Tried to Start Fire With secretaries of. the various' bureaus of would act for him IIi the future.

the day and who together with Hoar !,' .,'',J ?fl. the Women's Home Misionary Societyof No application it was said today i
\V. H. Ellis will address the conveatlon tve Me'todist Episcopal Churchare to admit Harry Thaw fo bail will be
'. 'Denison,: Tex. Aprlh:14.-E: itpersons -
of County School Superintend i in session at GracChurch' In made until rafter all the difference> ? \J I r
were burned to death early '
ents in the ,hall of the House ol Re-I : t. b_city: i between his counsel have been ad- ,4
yesterday near Gunter. TeL Thedead t "
_; preseatati Wednesday night. It is I .- Tbe board at its first session ap- i justed and definite decision Unmade : ,

also announced that Hon. S. M. : : ; prqreJ, Vl:1ns"for' building In Atlanta, I by him. witch _must be sanctlenedyhis : ,I,
J. C. Price, Belle-Annle-Homer. *'
Sparkman will reach tie Capital City I Ga.. a 120,000 industrial home for mother as to wbq"shall be re- /L. '
Elmer and a boy. name not known ,
about Wednesday. I colored yontts. tained and wto dismissed jo
: C. Pries _Lottie
ill children of J ;
Governor Brovard is expected this I The board also approved a plan for
Jyers, a step-daughter and -- ,- :'
afternoon to send his special message > t'p -ale"jof j he Boylan Industrial: State Treasurer's Reports, p'
Church, a nephew of Price.
to the legislature on the subjects Uf ae in Jacksonville,' Fla..i.and the + ---_ I
Elmer Price tried to start .a fire .Tallahassee, April Ijl.-;-The month- r.
: of State life insurance. This er"c :'),:1 of- a.. new home with the IIICHAE&.S-STttt
with kerosene oil, wtea an explosion lj\report of ,Ho i. W. V. Knott,'State F ,r1Mt C&.OTNtl;
messenger will be in the nature of proceeds, : ....--........ -
ccurred. ,i' '. -, ', treasurer filed with the governor. ., -
an elaboration of his message on this
The victims were burned beyond of the several State and educationalof
-... subject. during the session of 1505..There 'ecognition Tiejury; lu te case of Tom Elkinsci the several atSie and- "educational Snit for"buanessr dries

Is a real big fight acjrad. witb j ckless,.handling firearm -
Sunst the close of business; March look and fit as If nu4 jift
era In the matter of the Hillsborougbfounty ;failed to agree, and a""mistrial ,
Birthday, Party." : SlTjl pX follows than you shoujdat .fact tats tn
;" fi. ? as :
,:- dlvtsionr Both the advocates was, ordeedMr ,1.'r' _
a of the :lies'fcbunty of Pinellas. and At the home of Mr. and'Mrs. D. ,G. .>;]\..- \ 1;' !GenerAl. revenue. fund. $135,933.23 see he these three AJft tat $*'&$

Bardin Saturday afternoon quite a L. Pension tax fund . 1C7.649.22Onemill in ( noted ,
its of the
::, 'opponents are represented well J Gillman and wife '
crowd of little tot gathered In honor i;: school fund : %6.84t.5t.
both in numbers'brains and energy Little River.section Ofr the county '
,of the birthday of Rachel Bardin.it State board of health fund 58.30.13 MiCHAELSSTiEFINE
and the contest no matter what the! were in Live Oak'today, and favored

will remembered being her eighth birthday. I tte wltha* visit. Principal of school fund .
outcome a long Bemoirat .
time. A peanut bunt something new and ic ,(uninvested). . 742.44 CLOW I

unique in the line of fun and frolic :
Interest of school fund. 6 3.8S
Among the measures intrdoueed on Jno. Foster, colored, was tried.before
for the little ones. was indulged in. o'f" You will find tile> stjU..|
Principal : seminary ,
Friday ,! 'the bill by Mr. Massey sludge Conner this morning, j _
In tre Senate!and Mr. Reese'in the greatly to the amusement and pleasure ctarged with trespassing. He was '. fund' (uninvested) 56.98 the finish and th. Ppt tDt

House for the relief of the county of all present. found guilty and fined $25. or!60 day3on Hire'of State convicts' your size at, every. pries, '"..0\ I

ce&su* enumerators appointed under After the hunt refreshments were county" gang',.. "=** y.-* ni, I" fund . . ... S9.993M5 you want tatm. DeUDs.

served at the house, and then chap ,4' .-,
Indian war claims fund. 25,000.40Drianage .
the act of 190S. The bill is in line I
z with ,the recommendations of Hon. eroned by Mr. Bardin all repairedo Mrs. Scott Hall, of"O'Brien motherof 1, tax fund . 4380.57 :
the City Pharmacy where they At $15
B.E. I agricultural college fund 3.010.2ft 9,543balla.
McLJn. the commissioner of Mrs. E. A. Carver arrived here

sere served with ice cream by Mr. visit White college Mont)). fd
Agriculture and who had this Important yesterday on a to her daughter. I. 4317.05

r.- : work in charge. Probably Qranbnrg She was accompanied. by Alma and Colored college Morrill ric-effects gray and ktii

The presents received by the little fund . . .
no and : 4.682.40
-- more mcrelorious measure has Amzie.' daughters.' of Mr.. Mrs. E. I ?-.>> % worsteds cassimeres. !
lady were numerous and pretty and '
.. jet"been presented this session. These A. Carver Hatch experiment station tweeds-eoustom-tAilorrf iii

enumerators as stated by the commissioner are greatly prized by her. 1 fund . . ... *, 1.542.69 isbed equal to $30 to ardor

often having taken their Those present were Clotele BaU- B. Lucas,' who for the:'last two :Adams' experiment station made suits, .for your sdsea

oaths of office and later finding the Ten, Louise Lyle, Sallie Phebe Sherwood wees has been 'at Hampton Springs fund . . .-. 4240.66 tion at only '

compensation totally inadequate torte Maggie Brown, Clarise Newman where he went to-recupera'e from an Interest of seminary fund 690.27:

: work to "be performed in nearly Blanche Horn Henrietta attack of rheumatism returned today Blind Deaf and Dumb incidental all ithets

every case stood manfully by the de- ;roover, Gene Ford Rachel Hinely. much improved;' having gained nine fund . '':' 2S2.S1 At $18 styles '
Hardee, Edith Barton. Rachel gland -
Mosley .
partment and at financial loss to pounds. Experiment station' '-, .. ,' -
Russell Bardin and Helen ted eat iUiI
themselves did their duty to their Bardin. cidental fund . '. 219.35 ; ?

State. This is one bill that will hardly Bardin. Rev. C. A. Ridley will leave tonignt Proceeds of college property tailored throughout aDd *
to home of Mrs.Bardin's "' cellent worsteds. ehevtott, *
After t
have opposition. returning e for Atlanta. Ga.. to see Dr. Len G. 'fund : . . 2,617.05 _
and tweeds in beaatif P
L_ County division with hearty congratulationsand Brought and make deflate
seems to be in the arrange- Florida Female college
for the tappy affair all newest color effects pr d*
air. It is probable this week wills praises ments for tbe latter Molding a series incidental fund 5856.36
left for their respective homes withsweet the $35 to-me iare-malt'
e a bill for tile division of Dade ->f meetings bere at the Baptist Colored Normal school
memories of the afternoon's suits here In all styles 1.
county The name selected for the church; contingent fund . 1.75. ..
only .
new county here probably first printed pleasures. ,University of Florida In- ,

is "Palm. though this may pos The two negroes. Aaron Dempg and 'cidentalxfund . .. 1.26 'the fluid

sibly be changed. The representative The Fanners' Union. aul Demps, charged with the murder S At$2fluitings

from Dade is oppC ed.: to the Brethren of the Farmers' Union of of Silas Turner who were car- Total . .'. . $507,608.01 tog ia allOt

measure while,the Senator is4n favorof Suwannee County, florida ried'to Branford Saturday by Deputy styles ud

it. Senator Hudson it rill be re- Please allow me to call your at- Sheriff Hemming for conimlUmfa )Ir. Webb Is repairing the barbershop of finest qaa.110

.membered was largely instrumental ention to the 'fact' that this our trial were bound over in sums 'opfQt0 ? '' run by Eugene,Johnson, putting and domestic worsteds. tht*|

in passing the act that created the new f and $3,090 respectively. t tI a;fresh coat of paint and wall gee and cassimerea -t!). eM
organization: is not a political Organ- paper.'The
county of St. Lueie. making three ; 4 't' work"1 Is being done by Mr. Bit- In every detail of $4l ;
-, zation so much so, as'you alL know .
counties in his district. If Palm -tat we are not allowed to di*>cuss I Died in this city yesterday Victor, j tings measure-mad: *. suits; speelJl

county is created and no reapportionment Tdiltics in our meetings..but I feel 1-tie little one-.ear-old < son 'of ) for thin, ; >e!k, only- : .,.

bill U passed, then the Senator Mr and Vlrs. J. D. Parnell after ;, ,IJleax, Take
,' 't my duty to call your attenifyu toMs an I'I | f. ;" >otlce. B
will break another record and carry matter now, because we ba\, IUne"\" of several da- with typhoid Tbe Ladies Emporium and Mrs. SPR Nc SUITS, FOB

; ,t*>weight of four counties his I'I nneumocla: The I aW. .
on hat is, Suwannee county has the remain were laid ; rl"8 .Milinery Store have kindly f S2.SOTOS7.55.i.

= senatorial shoulders. very important duty upon it now. of to rest today--at the;.-ine .Grpv s j| taken charge of some of our toilet Every suK at everT lugcarefully'seelectgd' -

cemetery.. The Democrat extends J J articles ("France-American j
-electing a State Senator and while ... Hygienicf roaterlrfi
't is the privilege and the duty of I heartfelt sympathy to the parents and j| Our patrons will please ask for ored bx specialists to rrJ
family in the loss of ttls dear < them when shopping
baby. at
every one of us, who is a qualified two keep their and fit
I shape
on Her \\edding Day-M extern ; places.:
voter. to see to it that he supports Thanking you in advance for every. size dO
-Norfolk. "
Girl Never Afterward '
Spoke the best man in a moral and temperate Especially' recom ended for Ptlt's-I' your patronage. ed and single-breasted $

to a MAO. point of view (both of which our that is DeWftt's CarD 11zed" \\1tch ( ST. LUKE'S GUII.D.:- dainty creations! in plate as'

'" New York April 15A. Shasboni order inculcates), as well as the man : Hazel Salve. Sold ,by, City! Phar- .: fabrics for little men of '

\Vyo.' dispatch to the World says: .ro will best serve the Interests of macy. -'J dKarvas \\ v, VOTICK.A !years.BUTLERBI.....

,." Miss Jennie, E. Carroll who died a he commonwealth, and one. who I, directors' meeUn'g of tbe Pro Y
fw days a_gO at the house of her rill in no wise be neglectful of our Crop Hurt. I IVlcMta. ducers Warehouse Co., will meet at '
sister rear Soutbpass City, had not 'gricultural interests. I say. while \ \ Kan.tl April j 15,-Small dleeua.mv office on Saturday the 20tb. to
fo far as was known to those familiar this is both our privilege and dutyas and lage fruit'and gardens in Kansas j ? matters of business- to the

,with her life spoken to a man fortwentyseven individuals, yet. as an organizationwe >ere injured by the recent frost. It j ** 1
: years. are not to discuss them. ,1 have -f* believed the loss H BROWN, PresldinC
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