Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 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
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System ID: UF00075905:00053
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ft Ode Completely Lost and De- Veto of Bill of Last Session Relating

[afehed and There May Be Others ; i to Internal Improvement. Recounts %

_YCor kof Rescue Begun. I' Not,Yet Sustained t

aDdngo, MeL April 15.-This I Tallahassee. April 16-2 p. m.-

j ku been completely destroyed by The opening wedge in the effort of I

'of tM most serious earthquakes I Lake City to secure the establishment

jt la ever visited this section. Up of a new State education institution

evening the known dead num- for that city was driven deeper than =

eleven and the badly Injured was expected when the Senate, this

B. Among the dead lathe wife morning reconsidered and passed the

(tta postal inspector Leopoldo Lo- Cone resolution for the appointmentof

Gaerra, and the child of Jose a committee to visit the former

man the postmaster of the city: State university property at Lake 1]

Lopes Martinez, manager of the City and report upon the condition

eral telegraph office, was struck and value of the same. The resolu- -

the head by a block of stone and tion carried by a vote of 18 tQ 11. \

injured. A panic prevails 'It is claimed that: a number of the I

rrvbere, and people are fleeing to Boston scientists claim to have discovered that the soul weighs from. ooe-qiurter o. an cince to an ounce.-+ Senators who voted today for this re-

open country. The earth cones New item fc' S solution will not vote to establish a
% Sullivant In flew York American.
:! to rock at half-hour Intervals school there. Lake City has nevertheless -

many minor shocks completing scored a victory and it will ,'JI I!

E work of destruction. Chilpancingo and Mexico is 335 kilo of Maxwell and Reeves and Senator I I give her friends new courage to fight 1

i telegraph communication with meters. IT'S STATE PROHIBITION Humphries' bill to incorporate the .on. 3

atfd! world ceased shortly aftero'clock Five Hundred Killed. town of Wauchulla passed the upper Tte Governor's veto message of ,

i last, night when the .t..! 'I house under suspension of rules, a. bills passed at the last session, was .

: shock wu felt. The telegraph City of :Mexico April 15.-The IF SENATOR HUMPHREY'S NEW was also a bill by Senator Massey to taken up today and the. Governor's S.

i have installed temporary "Banc.o. Nael Zonal." national bank of BILL SHOULD: BECOMES provide for; the assessment of taxes veto of the bill relative to the Inter-
i In an' open square. Mexico has received' a telegram saying .LAW : in,the town of K ssimmee.On nal Improvement t accounts caused A

lord has reached here that the that five hundred lives were lost motion of Senator Beard, the some debate and this matter was J

('of Cailapa, forty-two kilometers in the destruction of Chilpancingo ; House bill making appropriation for made a special order for neit week 4

.northeastward' ihaa' also been and Chilapa. The telegram adds that the prevailing expenses of the auditor when It will be brought; up for final ,

i fed. As. yet, BO details have both cities were completely destroyed.In BUCKMAN MADE CHAIRMANOf and assistant auditor were passed action. Other vetos were sustainadSenator ..

received as to the number of governmental circles the report is under suspension of rules.In Beard's. constitutional. 2

tad" injured,. but It is feared not credited. It is admitted that both the House, the Senate bill for amendment restricting franchise.!to 3n i

l the number will be large. cities were severely damaged, but it the Committee. restoring the number of grand jurors white males only will come up in the .;.:
is not thought that the death list will Examine Internal
i city Is the capital of the state Improvement I to from 12 to 18, was passed, except Senate this afternoon.
'lmd-Uoiogs of
rot and four years ago was even approximate five hundred owing the Florida Legislature that the minimum was made 15, and j

e4 by an earthquake which kill- to the fact that the houses are mas- 0 the action was certified to the Sen COLD WAVE DAMAGE.

i Injured many of its I hablt- sive affairs built of stone in order to Tallahassee !
April 16.-The
joint ate.A
aid 'destroyed a large part of resist the earthquake shocks. committee appointed to investigatethe resolution by Mr. MacWilliams.of Fruit and Growing Vegetation CutOff

|ten. The population of the The federal authorities here have I I affairs of the Board of Trustees of St John was adopted, providingfor and Considerable Hurt toe .
been appealed to by government
.U 748. The population of the Internal Improvement Fund, under a responsible woman to accom- Cotton Crop 1
of districts of Bravos and for
II Silapa, the committee
15,000 and that place isone House pany joint to inspectthe
concurrent resolution No. I,
Atlanta Ga., April 15.-The sold ..
inhabitants in the stricken
tents as the -
i of the bishop of the Cath- introduced the asylum, and report upon
day of the
[ hnrch. who administers the ec- cities are,now living in the open, sion ses- the female department.Mr. I weather of the past three days extending '1j
by Mr. Carter of Alachua
throughout the state of
aSairs of the entire re- having constructed dwellings of palm at the Capital Smith, of Lake, introduced I
yesterday afternoon
: Georgia and reaching far south
leaves and branches.The as as i
two bills
i after the adjournment of both houses ; one regulating I Jacksonville Fla., to have i iI
government of the state of the shipment of liquor into dry counties appears
Fear for Bishop. Guerrero has dispatched military and organized by electing Senator ; the other providing for the I done enormous damage to fruit and a

1 word has been received from engineers and trop to the destroyed Buckman of the Eighteenth, chair- nomination of county commissioners I vegetables and injuring cotton to .a ':
man of the committee, and Senator
opt palace, and It is not district and the work of rescue and ,by districts. .. considerable extent The lowest tem-
West of the First
secretary. It is
l i at this time whether or not he 8&nltatioI\lls being carried on In sys- Wr. Watson, of Miami, introduceda perature ever reached here in AprilS
regarded by all as the most Important % % degrees reached here Sunday '
[4 victim of the shock. Midway tematic manner. bill providing for service of legal .1
special committee of the present '
the dlle of Chilpancingo There was no deaths In Mexico non-resident defendants. morning. Sunday night the
papers upon
n session, and their work will be watched -
pa Is the city of Tlxtla. Tblsperoni City beyond damage to plaster and Mr. McKenzie of Putnam, introduced freezing point was reached. Ice was 1
with great interest by the publicas formed here and killing frost is re-
cracks and fallen walls. The federal ;
and progressive comJ a bill to appropriate all the s
well as by the legislature. It Is
ported distance south of Macon.
,and as no word has been re- telegraph office In this city has informed proceeds of the State convict hire to :
impossible to forecast how long the Reports to the Journal indicate .
1 from that place. it is feared the Associated Press that the 'the several counties for building hard great
I committee will be at work, or just
damage to the _
peaches throughout
I*, also has been destroyed. earthquake has interfered with the I roads -

[tlltIII&Ie was sent to the federal working of the wires In all parts of I wbat methods they will pursue. Senator: Crews introduced. by request entire northern part of the state.
For the first time since the session
!>a office la ,Mexico City from the republic couth of a line drawn i a bill to appropriate $15,000 Temperatures asplow.as: 26 degreeswere
began, both houses convened in the
reported from,
ago: from Aconulco onthe west coast to i for a monument to Florida soldierson several
I afternoon, pursuant to adjournmentof
,are. working In a publicA the city of Tampico on the gulf last Friday. There was but little the battlefield of Chickamauga. Damage in Viginia

terrible coast I Mr. Richbourg, of 'Walton, introduced .
' panic prevails, as in either house outside of the regular I Danville, Va., April 15.-The re-
From the messages' received at the a bill making three cents mile
continues to tremble at re- i a
routine of general interest. cent cold weather experienced in Danville -
hterrals. Bend us tents that telegraph office here up to noon it ap- ,the maximum railroad passenger fare '
In the upper house, Senator Hum- and vicinity during the past
r establish that the entire southern half !anywhere in the State.
a ,temporary, office. pears I phries of the Twenty-seventh, chairman several days, has done great damage f
ef the volcanoes of Colima of the republic including the lower I Hous'bUI No 24, by Mr. Clarke,
,. of the Committee on Temperance to fruit trees and to growing vegeta-
> are In this country and the "messa" "belt, felt of Jeffersom..relating to the destruc-
region and the
,. ,.".. introduced a joint resolution II tion. Reports from the surrounding -
fear that the recent eruption the SHOCK. tion of timber, passed on third reading -
) preparing an amendment to Section country are that practically all
C earth ** from,as far south as San in the Hpuse by vote of 51 ,
Messages yeas
cause these p
moun- i 11 of Article 19 of the State constitution of the peaca, plum, cherry and pear
to became more active and to Luis Potosa and as far south as the which would read as folows: 1 nay. crop has been destroyed: ._e apple .
) [ mach city of San Juan Bautista. in the Representative Watson's primary
property and many 'The manufacture or sale pf Intoxicating crop in this section has not suffered
..\\1'h* drat that the election bill motion of Repre-
named volcano Is in state of Tabasco reports liquors either spiritious -was on much owing to the fact very few of
of Colima shock was felt In varying degrees. sentative Reese, made a special order
along the
coast the
trees bloom.
vinous or malt, shall be and the sameis are
*. flwest of this city. Jorullo But at no place up to date has a lobs forever prohibited in the State of for Thursday at 11:30 a. m. i

aea er and Is located almost of life or great destruction of prop- Florida." Privilege of the floor was extendedto Ice in North Carolina. t't

.fa the It&tct.of Michoacan erty been reported except in the state I This, of course, is the long talked Hon. Frank Clark, M. C. and Col. Raleigh, N. C., April 15.-lee .1 a

C'iUWUnts of this region are of Guerrero. of amendment to secure State pro-, Thos. J. L. Brown, president of the formed everywhere in North Carolinalast ,

_ 1- "rt toa'"' because of the bfblti LSenator State Fair Association. night with serious damage resulting

r oet..LheipI faces. They are Bryan for President. Henderson, of the Eighth, to crops. In the Wilmington "

.1er,t eli hardy warlike spirit Nashivlle Tenn., April 15.-One of and Representative Reese, of 7 Cuban Standing Army. section strawberries have been hurt j

'he1f..noiclsm and fanaticism. the last acts of the Tennessee houseof Escambia, introduced bills in each Washington, April 15.-The gen- and shipping season delayed. Veget- ..

-anti catastrophe seems to representatives, just before sine house to regulate the sale ef. goods eral staff has transmitted to Governor able truck crops have been almost ..

'11 Unnerved them as die ,adjournment tonight, was 'a resolution and merchandise in bulk. Magoon a complete project for ruined In the central and western, diatrictsr -

T 8p to date lost all discreTbe declaring' William J. Bryan Governor 'Br ward transmitted to the creation and maintenance of a wheat was badly damaged: )7''j' 3

: city. j. t'l kilometers ,from the logical candidate of the Demo- each house a special message rela- standing army for Cuba, composed the freeze, In some localities as muchas 'y

.ih line and It will be im- cratic party for president in 1908. tive to State Life Insurance. The I entirely of native troops, 'and numbering 50 per cent. There will be no }

r people to flee except There was some opposition to the resolution message Is similar to the portion of about 12.000 men. The adoption fruit this year except possibly some 'I

a fro' hompacfc' This !fact but the majority on final his general message of 1905, deal- I I of this project involves the aban- late blooming apples. A Dumber ol :.
considerable amQunt of vote was large. Ing with this subject, and contains donment of the original plan for theincrease localities report snow flurries. Snow

,* the state i. Inhabited strong recomendations in favor of I ; of the Cuban rural guard. fell here Sunday morning. ...
of Americans who Miss Waneta Toskatomba. a full- one of his most pronounced political .1
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,.prospecting. tat mines blooded Choctaw maiden with a'good pro ,osltioJ1S. The messages, were The French government la taking ..Probably. mss Inhfaineihasa
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"Pneumonia's Deadly Work Just Because ORDINANCE No :wAn to the northern oounadry of Wilbur PROFESSIOJCo
street as it now stands, running at -
has so seriously affected my right your cough is only in the throat and Ordinance to amend Sections right angles to said Ohio avenue 1032

lung" writes, Mrs. Fannie Connor![does not trouble yon now don't 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the feet to White street in White's Addition a.:1110..

of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. Tenn.,' think that it needs no atention. When City of ]Live Oak Florida, being an in said City of Live Oak:-FlorIda = BROWN &
Ordinance enttled"An ordinance to 11.iYSICIAit
"that I coughed continuously night,I it has not had much of a start is the prohibit the running at large on the excepting therefrom"three- feet
across the northern side of the
and' day "and the neighbors' prediction time to check it. The slightest streets of the City of Live Oak of Parshley family burial grounds

-consumption-seemed inevitable cough easily leads to Pneumonia.; horses mules hogs and goats and which is included in said descriptionand g& '

until my husband brought homea Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle to provide for the impounding" and within the Iron fence Inclosing
: disposing of the same, passed '
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will said burial grounds. /faYE:oAL
I September 30th 1903 and approved Section II. That condemnation
which In my case proved to be the cure that cough. The price puts it October .6th" 1903..
proceedings shall be Instituted In the DR. J.
only real cough cure and restorer of within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be it ordained by the, Mayor and name of the City of Live Oak JI1 ac- W

weak sore lungs." When all other nee Drug Co. dw* City Council' of the ..City of Live Oak. cordance with the provisions of the P ysldanaid .

remedies utterly fall, you may still Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided

win In the battle against lung and able publications of its kind publlahi Section la. That Section 1, Sec- fog the purpose of carryingout Office: Carroll B f-
tion and
2 Section 7 Ordinance
eded in the United States., It is the provisions of Section 1, of
throat troubles with New Discovery i printed on heavy book paper and contains No. 16 of the City of Live Oak. this Ordinance. ResidencPhowOffio at:be1..

the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar- thirty-four*pages is publishedon Florida being an, ordinance entitled Section IIL. That this ordinanceshall *M*J8I, ..

clay &: Groover druggists. 50c and i the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance prohibit' the run- take effect upon Its passage by :- NG..2a.

$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw* every department Is In charge of an ning at large on the streets of the: the Council and approved by- the DnasM. -. -
I expert. No one who has a horse, cat- City of Live Oak of horses.. mules. Mayor, or upon its becoming an

tle or live stock should be without bogs and goats, and to provide for' ordinance without the approval of the E.fB.u.Et.. BROOn;

< WOXDERFUL-CLUI1 OFFER. this publication. the impounding" and disposing of the 1 Mayor.. .
: same, approved October 6. 1903. be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
MAXWELL'S TALISMAM is a handsome and the same are hereby amended so
and City
Robertson by
What Five Dollars and SeventyFiveCents 32-page monthly publication, as "to read as follows: I Council in regular passed session assembledon ATTOR l x&Cou

Will Do. printed on heavy book paper and "Section 1. Horses, mules hogs
this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907. a
contains many handsome half-tone il-, and goats shall not be allowed to run oat
This paper at Quite an expense anda HAS. H. BROWN.
great deal of work has arranged a lustrations. It Is a publication that at large upon any of the streets alleys -> President City Council. will practit.is all
is edited the Hon. A. C. Maxwell ia1 aUSMLI.
V y
Club offer of fourteen well-known or unenclosed propertyofthe Attest: .' I ..
of the best-known writers in this
Papers and Magazines, Including the one City of Live Oak and that cows S. P. MAYS, City,Clerk. .d tw
No In its class ,
country. publication
shall not be"allowed to run at
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It upon any of the streets, lanes large or -_ I. S.. P..4 aJs, City Clerk of;tile i NrrazTPsaucita i,
$5.75. Realizing that we could
only has been published at Chicago, 111., public highways of the said City or City of Lhe.Oak, Florida, do hereby I M. DIXON
largely Increase our circulation we '
for seven years. other unenclosed premises within certify that the above and foregoing) L. ,
entered Into a contract to use the Ordinance No. 57
was regularlypassed -
THE FARM MONEY MAKER is the following boundary in said City "
Papers' and Magazines that compose a
the Council the 8th.
by City on, day
this Club The Dally Democrat does large, handsome publication which off Live Oak, Florida, to-wit:
of the
April, A. D. 1907 and ,same DEKTgt.OBTODONTU. .
not make a. cent out of this offer. has been running a great many yearsin Beginnig at a point where Irvin' is hereby certified to the Mayor, for

In fact, we lose money but by increasing Cincinnati. O., and contains vari- and First streets intersects and rucKning his approval. :- : Csowa :AlIa

our circulation we can secure ous departments in regard to every south to where Irvin and Car- Witness my hand( d seal of said Wows : Sracuual
bet- of the farm aid roll streets intersect thense east to
more advertising and also get a part also has many
City, this 8th day. .
ofApril, A.
ter rate for same. No paper ever be- well-known writers in charge of Houston street thence south along ." ,
devotedvto Houston street to John street, thence \, -' T.J.LYU
fore made an offer that equals ours. special departments the (Seal) S. P. MAYS
Every paper goes to you for one full home and also, matter that,is Inter- east'on John street to Church street City Clerk. Prad.ica1iWATCH
year. All are well known and long estiug and of value to every memberof thence south on Church street to cor-
worth times the the poration line thence'east on Examined and approved by me
established and maay family.SOUTHERN corpora Ali
this 9th day,of April. A. D. 1907.M. .
tion line to White
price we ask. They are from the street, thence
South, North East and West. Their north on White street to Howard 35 year's exjwiaa
This is devoted
magazine poultry
the Live street, thence east on Howard street
combined inclmding
values Good stock of
and all of its departments and is WatehetafagSj
to a point The Price of Health.
Oak Daily Democrat is over 113.00. opposite Georgia avenue ...
published at Atlanta. Ga. Each issue --- --
We able to make this offer thence north to and along Georgia "
are only contains from 40 to 50 printed "The price health in malariousdistrict
pages pf a
avenue to the .
for a very: ,short time, and it will positively northeast corner of E E.ROMUOK.DOBERSON. t
be withdrawn soon. If you in magazine form on heavy book pa- Bryson street and Georgia avenue, is just 25 cents; the cost ofa
i per. Anyone that has chickens, pigeons &
want the best bargain ever offered thence due north along section line box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," ;

you, order the- Club now. Do not etc..,will pet stock not only turkeys save geese.but, ducks make to a point opposite Fifth street, writes Ella'Slayton, of Noland. Ark.
s nesitate too long. thence west to and along Fifth
w t.JOF may street
money by having this well-known New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart
to. Atlantl6 .
If you are already a subscriber to any Coast Line railroad ATTORNEYS. :-ATj:
1 or all of the papers In they Club your magazine before them. If anyone thence southwest across Atlantic new life and vigor to the sys- -
takes this publication and does not
time will be extended one year from I Coast Line railroad to First street, tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat Will do general practice i
say that it is one of the best of its '
thence Federal
date:of"fO\11' order. Probably you do kind and is as handsome_ __ _readable____ west along First: street to Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw Ccutt
point ---
n of beeinnine.' --
,to have all of the Papers and -
car* and valuable a poultry paper as Is "Section II.-- I ROOM*I AND a !Uf. TAlttJ. UBjj
Magazines sent to your address. If Ithall Jbe the duty ,
published we will send same to them 'nIOQ M uR
of the
you''tan the Club and havethem' City Marshal
not. split or
three months as an absolute present. LIVE OAK.. t
sent ot any number of different or policeman of the said

addresses or two or more parties can THE WOMAN'S HOME 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 for that FOLEYSllTCLINTON
what price is paid for a similar pub- The Board of County Commissioners -
3 among themselves. On fccount of the purpose any horse, mule hog or goat
limited time that we will be able to lication, no one will be able to securea found by. bin OF them running at of Suwannee". County Florida at

make this wonderful offer'we will be publication at the same price which large upon any of the streets alleys, a meeting called for and held on said
to will equal this one. It is published in highways or other-
unable furnish sample copies
to unenclosed
at which
pro ; were present Commissioners
anyone. We take pleasure in giving the interest of the women and children perty within said City, and .likewise XWholesale

; a short sketch of each paper in the and it is worth many times the take possession of and place id said W, A. Tison, M. L. Burnett

Club: i price Club. that is asked for the entire pound any cow found by him or them and J. H. Grant appointed the following -

THE' PLANTERS JOURNAL, of running at large on any of the streets named persons Inspectors and
in its seventeenthyear. COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published alleys, lanes public highways Clerks
Memphis Tenn. or of an election to be held in
It is published monthly on the In New York in magazine form, other unenclosed property of said
and Is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the said County on May 2. 1907.
15th of each month. Colonel HughL. bound
Bedford its editor is one of the magazines of its kind ever producedby aries. prescribed in Section I hereof. District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers.J. !

best-known agricultural writers in the any publisher. It la full of Inter- "Section VII. For catching and E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady Inspectors afii

United States. He lives on his model esting matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordin ; A. J. Williams Clerk.
which are prepared by some of the ance, the City Marshal
farm Memphis and also has a shall be
near en
# in Mississippiand best-known writers in the country. titled to the following fees District No. 2.-W. E. Harrell, J.
large cotton plantation namely tail Dealersinda
an orange and fruit farm in This magazine will please all, no mat- For.catching:and impounding horses, R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson Inspectors -

Florida. He is ably assisted 't>y a ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head ; V.'. A. Nobles Clerk.

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

special writers and correspondents.The THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This dollar taking per head. For feeding and W. Goff and A. M. Moseley, Inspectors and W< .
Journal-makes a specialty of its well-known magazine, which is published care of such stock while in

Cotton. Manufacturing; Lumber and in Philadelphia, is not only one pound for horses, mules and cows he W. D. Whatley Clerk.

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

to-having full and complete depart- but without doubt one of the most bead each, for bogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble Inspec-
the Home Garden, Fruit edited per day per head each; for .
ments of carefully papers in the United I advertisIng tors; Ed. McLeod, Clerk. rflEAPhon.e
,Farm, Poultry Cattle, Live Stock, States. Any farmer, planter, or, in and selling such animals he shall
etc. It is very readable and full of fact anyone who has fruits, flowers, receive the sum of fifty cents for District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt, T.

and contains 32 I' horses, mules or cows bead L. Dorsett and W. M.
bright snappy news I vegetables, live stock and poultry. per and George In-
D. es.i will find that the Practical Farmer hogs or goats the sum of twenty- spectors; B. E. Martin. Clerk.

THE AIERIC.FARMER., of Indianapolis will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.-J. S.
"hog" Nftwsome. S.
twenty-one. Ind.years. has and been is ably published edited entire times the Club.price that they pay for the taken to under include this"pigs.ordinance" shall be G. G.bold and Henry'HobclaYi., In- 2t

Section I la. That this Ordinance spectors; J. H. Newsome
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue TilE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEIs shall
.. contains a full page poem from this published in New York in maga- its passage effect by the immediately Council upon District No. 7.-T. P..Hurst,. Ti Z. Promdt delianywhere '
wellknownwriter.. It is published zine form and approval Hurst and B. M.
and contains from 30 to 60 by the Mayor Holland, Inspectors;
monthly and contains 24 pages. There pages each issue. This well-known horses, goats and bogs as, but to shall mules, A. J. Bass, Clerk. _._.. '
c. Is no better paper for the home and publication contains not
r 'farm than this well-known publica- stories,' and some of many the most interesting valu- go from into its effect as to cows untlTCO days District No. 8.-G. H. Dormaar: J. is

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

SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published well-known writers. Every depart- session this 8th day of April regular A. J. E. Ferguson, lerk.

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

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

publications ot its kind in the world. the head of "For the Little Fellows," I I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the District No. ..-A. H. Hall L.
Every department of the farm and and another is "Chats With Mothers." City of Live Oak, Florida, do A. Leggett and J. F. Williams Inspectors

heme is fully represented in this paper Another is "Decoration of Your 'certify that the above and foregoing hereby ; C. L. Sealey Drays and Delivery
and each of these departmentsis Home and another valuable depart- [Ordinance No. 56

in charge of an expert. It is a very' ment under the head of "Embroid- ed by the City Council was regularly on the 8th pass District No. 11.-$. Phillips. H. Furniture moving !

handsome publication and is a monthly -' erv," also a department of "Amusingthe of April. A. D. 19u.. and tbe day C. Kight and A. M. Lewis, Inspectors; STOVE W

published on book paper. Cfcildren," and another one under Is hereby certified to the Mayor same for T. A. Mikell Clerk.

GREENS FRUIT GROWER, of the head"of "Home and How to his approval}' District No. 12.-S. delivered
D. Huggins ]
J Any length
Really Make it Home, and another _
Rochester, N. Y., has been publishedfor Witness my hand and seal of said D. Gosa and J. J. Holmes
under tbe head of "Our Inspectors
Citv this 8th ; GiJ
and is edited day of of
twenty-seven years, Beauty Doctor." There are many April A. D. J. H. Anderson, Clerk. city promptly.
by Col. Chas. A. Green who is saidto
be the best-known writer of this other interesting articles in this publication 1907.Seal) S. P. MAYS, District No. 13.-H. E. Delegal. W. | busines. Yba ,
which alone forbids
kind in the world. He Is ably assist- to mention. Any space subscriber to this us City Clerk. J. Reynolds and A. C. Johnson Inspectors -
ed by Prof. U. E. Van Deman as as- Examined and approved by
Clubb will after reading this paper, me ; J. J. Corbett, Clerk. H. J.0Contractor
this 9th
day of April A. D.
sistant editor. These two well-known 1907.
we }believe renew their subscriptionfor District No. H.-T.
is gentlemen also have a large numberof M. E. BROOMS Mayor. C. Williams and
same from to withoutany L.
year year B.
department editors and special and T. G. Hall.. tne.p.. _
solicitation the of --- -
l writers. This magazine alone is upon part any-I i OUHlX-\.XCG i XO. 57. tors; W. L. Mclnnis Clerk. Apply for plans,

i; worth the price that we ask for the one.All District No. IS.-T.
of the above :Magazines and An Ordinance J. Lanier J. ands;
?' entire Club. In its class, no paper providing for the A. Gilby
with Papers contain stories and reading establishing opening and and J. J. Collins Inspectors 4 i
4 in this country compares t.t extending ; Office ,A.
matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City of Live A. L. Burton Clerk on Ohio Ave.

MODERN STORIES, of New York the family, from the smallest baby Oak Florida, from the east District No.
side 16.-E.
is a handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every depart- Ohio avenue eastward of K. Goff A J.

Y which is published monthlyand ment of the home, farm and business street in White's Addition to to White Futch and D. W. Harrell, Inspectors; The Great HCs

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

monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pic- (1032) feet said treet to thirty-two be District No. 17J. S. Parker Bromo-

E worth the entire price of the Club. tures and illustrations in these pub- (50) feet in width. fifty W. Scott and W. H. T.

_ Carefully edited and'contains matters lications during the year that you Be It Ordained by tbe tors Johnson Insp- -

that will interest every member o' the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Mayor Live Oak and ; H. B. Brown, Clerk. "Note the *Vorf

family. I I papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: The Board ordered the Clerk to

be able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1. That prepare the official '
Is ballot
SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE published Wilbur street fa to be voted
first of of this kind, composed of such repre- the City of Live at said CURES
at St. Louis Mo., on the sentative and Oak Florida, as It special election to be held in
Papers Magazines and
contains from 60 to now stands, be opened this
and extended
and County
each month.. we can say to each and every one established on Max 2nd, 1907. and
It is one ot the best-known the eastern side of On the Si
70 pages. that our offer Is worth times place thereon the -
many Ohio names of
published and is in its avenue in said City fifty feet all qualified -
magazines the price of $.75, and no one will in electors '
width at right who, by Io ib
fifth year. It is handsomely gotten make. a mistake in taking advantageof Ohio angles with said reason of pets Opiates
Interesting avenue eastward to White tion or certificate
contains street are
tip and m tits same. in White's entitled to have Ili DrauiMi, IM-
the '
Information to
1 \'. t said City names printed ..
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Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers f\ Sure lure Sprains.Sores Corns Wounds Bunions OH,

in Jur Club. This gives a full description of sash paper. Galls Bruises Contracted Muscles Lame Back Stiff Joints,'
Frosted Feet Burns. Scalds,etc.
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Date opened up a barber shop -Mr. S. L. Bowen of Wajne. W. sehes.tusie furnished by the Su- cd and single-breasted Sack and
e Ohio avenue. In the Will be glad to furnish estimateson I writes "I sufferer from
White build- Ca., : was a dainty creations in plain and
:,154. wannee Brass Band Don't miss fancy
4 satisfaction -
work and will guarantee
solicit the patronage of the Kidney disease, so tba4 at times I fabrics for little
men of 3
",eb;People. Shop is newly- fitted at best prices. Reference: S. i could not get out of bed, and whenI ,, ,hearing the boys play Plenty fo re- years. to S
eP..sad. eyerythlng kept neat and t. finely Live Oak. Call at Democrat did, I could hot stand straight T freshments
deaa, -- .
- officeC. took Foley's Kidney Cure' One dollar ED. DAVIS, Gen. Mgr
J' B. McLeod. of the firm of Barton bottle and part of the second, B. J. ]MADISON President.
nee& Grimn. & McLeod who own and operate cured' ms entirely." Fo'ey's Kidney : G. T. W PANIEL, BUTLER BROS
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THE LITE Oil PUBLISHING CQMP1ITJ'city, and 'also give Polk county a Very few peop etealbe .the.ue'tes- t-.:

.' write-up. We 'feel perfectly safe In paper ,ubUsher's stock. In trade Mineral Springs, Hotel and ...

Entered at the Postofflce Lire Oak. t predicting the souvenir edition a have 'never stopped consider what
Florida. Second -
as life and existence of -
success in advance for it is In the constitutes the WATER IH EVERY ROOM. BIUUAROJASLSS. __ .
November 7 1905.
hands of. one of the best wirters in 'a newspaper. The following from the PHONE': CONNECTIONS. WELLEOUIPFEnSMABL pAY# -

t THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be.'' Florida, and a man who, thoroughly Jacksonville Metropolis tells It all and RATESSfflVK. ate: COUEC,,,

mailed to any part of the United understands how to get up an interesting tells. It truthfully when It sayst"Advertising ; OII.qADO
l States, postage prepalr. for $5.01t paper1. In fact,.every, issue, of Is the life of the news-, : HOTEL DOWWNG PflRt
per year; $%.50-for six months; the Lakeland Sun is almost. a soovenlr paper. fLORIDl,

$1.25 for three months, or 50 cents '. edition because of the high-class "It Is to the newspaper what the -

for five weeks, in advance. Delivered quality of the matter and work on goods on the shelves are to the mer- ;. ,", -. '> i i . L",:

to any part of the city by the 'chant. \ '. ; .' T

,, '". carrier, for 10 cents per week. I paper. I I "It is to the newspaper wha tthe' 'the' W tJd'sPleas:

".. fare Is 'to the railroad QD"'the passenger t-
I "Really it makes a man weary, remarked .# ,
a citizen who formerly tooka :*::\**. We'all know: what blank, ;dull place this! w j
:; "It is to the newspaper what the
I prominent part in State politics but
Se venteenth.Senatorial District. freight is Jo the-railroad: 1 be if it'ere not for some of the pleasures that
wearied with "cheap" ,
who became %e f. -
"It 3 The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson i iman's.
politic,and retired from the game termingled with our work:and "
hereby announce his name as a candi- .,labor is to the laboring man. : worry* ;. j tii
I disgusted with its enervating cheapness **
date for State Senator, and earnestly "It I3to, the newspaper what the Some
"to watch the chessboard of Vi'Ome
solicit the support of all good true dancing,::master's patron*: are to the I
Florida politics as the game is play ,
Democrats at the special election to danctngmastet ,$JE <' pleasure JJ'
ed today. I once thought that I
be held in buwannee: county, on "It is to the-newspaper what the I 'in7
Florida! had many bright and shining heirs &i :,
May 2nd. VOTERS. ice is to the ice man- I I
stars whose effulgence scientilated tl
--- "Therefore when schemes j ; ply because
and sparkled In a way that reflected a person I ... th
FOR ? to get publicity without,paying fpr._it ,
l glory upon Florida. But alas Florida's I F l found the ri
I myself ai they practically scheming td '
hereby announce a i are get.goods : ;
glory has departed! In its place '
candidate' for'the office of State Senator without for them i .
has come peanut politics and "cheapchollie" paying _. as : Intb tr.k'Qliaie-
for the Seventeenth Senatorial far as the principle goes '
I I -
politicians gliose stock in for
District of Florida, and respectfully "There rules in the there fcj
trade :is written in enduring lettersof are some ,

e solicit the, supppri of the Democratic brass. I sigh for the old days ter that ought to be observed:' ,. 'at-l r" Jsh nobby shoe for every foot and as Quaker shoes ='

voters of Suwanneu county. "If you charge for your 'servlc
when ,the ,blood was made to tingleby
s'.4 t 'W. A. TISON. the eloquence of the speaker 'and "If the work :you do is notation' by: experts.in a. Specialty factory over foot coafaa-: ,

F the grandeur of his subject.. And charity. T "' i' lasts and out of the best and mot popular leather -
Giicnrtst "If, the work you do I, for the pub- : ;
Gen. is quoted as saying the men were great and 'grand in .
that he would spend $20,000 in mak- those days, and the boys rallied to the lie good and without pay, 1 j| t sure to fit well and give satisfaption, which means

ing the race for Governor. That's avery polls with a hip. hip hurrah and a "If the scheme that you have on f "Quaker" shoes are wade by the Goodyear welta -.
hand is one to benefit humanity and : *
1 modest sum. Twenty thousanddo tiger, bearing down upon the enemy,

t. we hear the twenty-five?-Lake- so to speak in a solid phalanx. Alas is unselfish, and is not commercial in t doing away with the tacks wax and thread found oiL'fS>'

land News. and alack! Has Florida's your personal touch of the question :
I greatness i side of so many shoes that hurt burn and blister tie Is
< "Then in
departed never to return-Apala- you, are Justified expect-

it t The local board of trade of St. cbicola Times. ing the newspaper to give its columns I : This means too that thay are soft and pliable I .

( Petersburg expended $2,500 last year .without,pay.: i .
i in advertising that city. The exampleof "But if it fs a'commercial proposition All in all, with every item summed up: :youwfll
In the opinion of the Democrat that '
the Hillsborough city might be portion of Governor Broward's mes- then the newspaper ought to the "Quaker" shoe is the' best,shoe that can be boles
emulated with profit by. other citiesof be paid for: the service This is simple ,

t the State.-Palatka Times Herald. sage in which he deals with advertising !- justice. It' is right It is the onlything' $3.00. -

I ____.___ _._ the resources of the different utter 3
In the that is right.
I ... ., _.
The Valdosta Times one of the J clues and counties of the state is the Remember to ask for "Quker-uThe shoe. that tip!

best part of the message. In it the "
very best little daily papers published hurt 1
Governor has
says: "Experience
in the South, says: "It is not the 5-
r shown that the places which have Brandy was first made in France in
site of a town but its character that
makes it a desirable place to live. A been the most prosperous in this line 1310. -
1 are those which advertise their ad- Dowling Lumber& Na val Stoml(
live, prosperous town is a desirable vantages most thoroughly, and County Roller skates were invented by
z one to live in, and a town may pros- Plympton in 1863.
Commissioners and city and town
per and yet be small. Every citizen '
Councils should be allowed to spenda The force of dynamite is about DOWLING PARK, FLORIDA
in a town should be interested in its

prosperity. One of the best ways to reasonable amount of the public eight times that of gunpowder. . . .

help a town 180 speak well of it. money from time to time in adver-j Tw nb-rP 'r : bridges spas the

It is true patriotism to stand by your Using through printed matter and Thames Wtn the 'limits,of.London
otherwise the advantages and resources I
I own town and interests that effect of their 1! It is estimated that Great Britain
respective countiesand
>the. town should effect. every citizen. municipalities with of inducing |spends |150000 a day on theatres.
1 a view { iiSOUTHERN II BUSINfSS con

more tourists to come to Flor- A man regarded as of greatest

i Only a few weeks ago the Bartow ida, and more permanent settlers to value to hs) country at the age of 24 :
Record announced officially that into i! ,
come our midst and help develop -
Messrs. The United States cereal of '
Croom and McLin' would be the splendid resources that crop
1SOG aggregated 5,000 000 bushels, ,
for re-election, and now Florida affords." A number of the 'J. -

through the columns of that good paper I State papers have commented upon ,,valued at $2,000,000 : ; f

l ,:Clay Crawford, in a letter to the this part of the message and among To see an. object on the earth'ssurface : 4 s

: editor. Brother Canova says that he the number is the ApalachicolaTimes 100 miles away the observer :

has decided to enter the race again which says: "The uptodateman must be 6,667. feet above the level of .

for Secretary of State. We believe it who believes in doing things recognizes the' sea. :
would be perfectly safe to say that the value of advertising, for The s '
capital represented by GreatBritain's :
every official at Tallahassee he is convinced that it makes the
cotton trade is 12,000,000. '
a will be a candidate for re-election
ex- business go the man who desires to
000 nd :
a the
}'ear. profits $350,
cept Governor Broward, who is debarred see the country settled with thrifty
under the constitution from emigrants feels that advertising is

succeeding himself and the chances the surest way to secure the settlers The sand of Sahara averages thirty : SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

are the taste of office he. has had as and the attendant prosperity." feet in depth but in some places it :

governor will make him long fort has been found 300 feet below the

another taste, and he too. will be The Democrat agrees with the:I surface i f I For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCBO .*

slow to retire again to private life. The life of will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for $30.011
It State Tampa Times in the following: "if average a horse is 1 only
seems officials would
i on and on all the days of their serve we can get the right sort of people twenty years, but these animals have Special courses in Departments have been so ama '
,if the people would lej them. from" abroad, all right. If not, let been known to work in harness up to student entering on this special offer.caft finish within the fsp

J. .. us turn our attention more directly to fort-five years. #I' scholarship.This .
the crowded north. There are hun- A British company has obtained is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. -

The Democrat does not believe for dreds of families up there, assimilated permission to run three steamers on Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, _-

one moment. that the Florida legislature and industrious which need more ,: the Tigris the famous river of ancient : help you to a good,paying position or get a better one than yes set

now in session at Tallahassee, room for expansion. We have the Nmevah I
will attempt to saddle II( WRITE.: FOR CATALOG.
upon people room and we have merely to acquaint ;i I
of London has already found ab- '!
this State the life insurance an
them with the conditions which pre- r !
% scheme suggested breviation for the taximeter
and recommendedby vail in our section. Dollar for dollar cabs

Governor Broward in his special money expended in that direction will|I I They are called "taxicabs.' Sixteen I I SOUTHERN BUSINESS cm
cents a mile is the tariff :
message to that body. There is no bring double the returns. There is':I

demand by the tax-payers of Florida no properly founded criticism to be ('| West Derry claims the only woman !

for such a scheme 'to'be fostered up- made against the suggested policy of i i, engineer in New Hampshire in Mrs. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

on them but there is a strong sentiment an immigration bureau for Florida ; Bertha M Wilson who is an expert II h1
throughout the State f tI. .flfiTTON, President; G.5. STEPHENS
against whose duty it shall be to acquire more with a stationary engine.In ,

the State engaging in life Insurance settlers and laborers for the State. '
a recent municipal election at .. +$+
fire insurance or any other "get rich.quick' but care should be taken that the en- I' 4IL'I1114t4111111141411.44114U1414 + s
England, two male candidates
scheme with dozens of high terprise does not become a mere leak -- --.
withdrew In
order that two
;salaried officials; and a great list of In the treasury. The undertaking mines, and railways are
being built *"
might have an uncontested election.At a colony of cows in I
-clerks and minor officers whose official should be entered upon on an experi- to exploit them.Germany grove. But the wild en*

heads depend upon their ans- a recent examination a British
mental scale. It will be time enough
the kwedx"What
taken great intrusion and
wering every beck and call of the to enlarge it when a couple of years candidate in the London College of in bee culture of interest

"jiow'ers that be," and the expense of of trial shall show it to be remunera- Music defined a musical interval as the crop is about recent years, and is your voce l *

this must be' paid by the citizens of tive and successful The coming here "a short, pause for refreshments." Spain is a close 20.000 tons a year. magistrate asked Jot *

this State. We believe Governor of the smallest family from States to One ot,the performers at a London European countries. second of the other day in the W

Brow and to be perfectly honest and the north of us for the purpose of musfc hall is a man who delightsthe i Court, London "*I stew}F*'

sincere in his convictions about this embarking in fruit culture trucking house nightly by lifting an automobile The eagle sometimes soars to the I replIed the candid Mr .-

scheme, but fear he has studied this or general farming means the addi- carrYing two men with his birds height of 50,000 feet. One of these The other day the *

matter, more from the standpoint of tion of one to two thousand dollars teeth. has been known to rise from the Garrison Artiller7land'

an office holder of the proposed lifeInsurance a year to the volnm of our output Tunis'used to depend upon its tte ground and disappear from view were ordered M.*,

;t 'Scheme rather than; from from the soil with that much additional -"
.\J V (hiJ fetandpoint of a tax.paJer. ; commerce along alLthe lines of there are a number of.profitable at Poole.tame crow escaped from a cage dane relented and s' .
1llI England
and tried to Jola sued to. open them s....'


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Careiuujr eiuvcu -
member o' the I I will be unable to find In other 1
interest every any
will Cit Council of
that the City of Live Oak.
, family. I'I papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: The Board ordered the Clerk to
be able to offer to Its patrons a Clubof Section 1. That Wilbur pr pare the official ballot g
SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is published street fn to be voted
this kind, composed of such repre- the at CURESOn
City of Live said
first of Oak special
the Florida election
at St. Louis Mo., on sentative Papers and Magazines, and as It to be held in
now be
60 to opened
from extended
:) each month. and contains we can say to each and every one established from the and County on May 2nd, 1907. and
It is one of the best-known that our eastern side of place thereon the
' 70 pages. offer Is worth many times Ohio the names of
,in its avenue in said City fifty all quali
and is feet
magazine published the price of $5.75, and no one will fled electors
In width, at right who by Io
fifth rear. It is handsomely gottenup make..a mistake in taking advantageof Ohio angles with said lion reason of peti- Opiates
Interesting avenue eastward to White street or certificate are entitled
contains many to have
and same. ii'
in Whlte'Addllton ill Dnuists.
Information to the Raid their
valuable City names
f'ifl of 1 printed
nr t A p ni Z < F ,., t"' thereon. Por s3wi

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PLTA* *"" "- GOLDMOULDED- ..;-t". .
CRAT READERS RECORDSt I It fe:;tbe?Frtece of,,&* .LewLnw.- !

_____ It Is A' mp.de: Theatre_ ta: Y MW, ,
You ,can Hear Yourself TaRt a*. OTHERS 1BKAK YOIT.f .

-JEY COME,AND THEY 60 Making records at home Is one of the great,amusement connected _"
.. with the Basy-Bee machine. THINK OF" IT! Your own olee_ reproduced .,;
-' :'. ., either in song or telling funny stories the' recording of the voices :'

rrs of Live oak and Suwannee '... '' ., of friends etc. You can do all this with the Busy-Bee machine A

= qty Gathered by the Demo,. -% ;. machine' 'that .plays a record as',perfect as any machine.made. It has I

rraL Reporter .. ._ c t* 'i a,beautiful'; 12-Inch Horn with a highly polished black body wUi,.brass ,

r', '* 'p r, -? bell making a .very attractive ornament for the home, as well: aa producing

all the natural tones of the human voice. -. ,. '
1:1 Ww cow must go. J We have the pleasure of announcing to the general pnblic..tjiat. we i

;1 I. '. i have been placed in a position by O'XeiU-James. Company of JCWcago. : -

{ signed that petition yetfJrfrou IIL, to to each
}!aye you give family a Talking Machine :r.t ,

fie: 'ieM;want* auctioneer.to sell see J.J M'/86113L a11ey. ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH $20 WOBTB OF TRADECall

*X and see us and hear tte sweet-toned Busy- 'Gold' ,

. 'What are you doing to_ 'Beautify. z Moulded Records. : <. '

1. f
: : nd.4r }
.TO RENT-Furnished \
. Jhe4'rooms., address "R" r care RECORDS SOLD FOR 35e EACH.

J et pemocrat. w, : ;U t < f In addition_ ,to.giving away this high-grade machine. I am going to ; '

.. ." ':' .. --. : ; e give_ aBusy, Bee. record with each additional $5.00 in coupons.

., Iem Sherman (col), .charged In and see this machine and hear some excellent music.

ith aria ul1:and batery will:be tried one Tfll
Judge Conner tomorrow. rap op -
I I!e ore # LADIES' EMPORIUM j |

I u you carried want to Braying the depot.don / /or rIght a 'p R E::; LADIES and CHILDREN'S FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC. i

ut. L. S.
I aelfck phone U9. 3Vt N K tright- i

t f r\ I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I t r I t t t I I I I t II t I I I I I I I I I 11 M, I"M. < t M I >H 11 1 I III i I 11 i ; !.-K-? : 11 > I t III i M H 11 i 111 i I

Barton has returned from afulness -
I B. -- -- .
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I trip to Greenville Madison'eoutp'jRead the hust- Especially recomended for PilesFOR SALE' Senator Willis Bronson., was in The reports today received from
''i ii' little city In | that is 'DeWitt's Carbolized |
I our city a few ,hours yesterday en farmers living in different sections
!"l Hazel Salve. Sold !>y City Phar- route to Tallahassee, to join the lawmakers of the county are to the effecftfeat

,', our greatest magazine and niacy. dw after visit to his the
a family. frost Sunday night did not damage
10wspaper clubbing ever offered by IMPROVED I AND UNIMPROVED Senator Willis: is a new man in the growing crops so badly as It

j f this paper. Mr. D. E. Horn cashier of the State Senate, but he is doing good was at first thought. Corn ts not

f I First National dank, left' today for work and U a safe and conservativeman hurt, cotton in some sections Is hurtto
Mrs. C. FrTresca, of Pinemount. Gainesville to attend the meeting of "
( Real fstate,1 on all questions. some extent.. Melons are nearlyall
|passed, through Live pak yesterday the Suwannee Presbytery. City
route to Jacksonville. .. I I killed; string beans and very
leA The Democrat would suggest that tender
vegetables are hurt, but tak-
J. A. Tomberlin and of
thing Live
of'th'r graceful for Oak to Ing.the crops as a whole the damage
i Tit days of the usefulness Hampton Springs are In the city to- do would be to give the members ol
farms Etc :? not nearly so great as was reported
old pasenger depot are nearing an day. They will leave this evening :
; tte
executive committee of State
Uo.e' I yesterday and In a week or ten days
tnd "so say we all. for, Waycross. Ga. i ,
, j i Teachers Association automobile'
r an the effects of the frost will have entirely -
I. I
'I trip to the famous Suwannee Springs, i passed away.
Parker returned last night urnishedrooms I.
W A. WANTED--Two or three _
or to arrange an excursion for them. ,
; from Jacksonville where he went to for light houseke pin or I I
LISTYOUR to some point on the Florida or Live j,
parehase fixtures for his new store roomand: board in prlva/e /family. Oak & Gulf railroads They will be Ii i

: Address, %,49. Democrat offlc/: j I PROPERTY in the city Saturday and we can i| When you think
|& beep on smiling,and read our V \ j
j greatest magazine and newspaper., Maj. Geo. Butler local editor of' / make the day: a very "pleasant one for
j that fine
WITHus. about
stubbing ever offered by this paper.I I the Democrat left for Jacksonville i\ them if we wilL I

Particulars elsewhere in this Issue. this morning. The Major is on the Watch.
: Mr. W. B. Hamlin conductor on you
sick list and goes for a few, days' rest.
: &: LeFever.. a prominent citi- the Florida Railway whose death I
need thinkRADFORD'S
*J ref'$nia.:.connty and leading: ID.erJdpt : R. L. Eaton conductor on the L. EDWARDS REALTY GO.i' occurred in this city yesterday from |
at Luraville Is In the city to- [
O. P. & G. railroad left this morn- typhoid fever was sent 'today by of
,,1at; I II.{ ing for his home in Monticello for a undertaker Potsdamer to Palatka.,

;, l' "J few days vacation. R. McMillan has :. L win Building, Room 3. for burial, accompanied by his wife J.I J.

.' 1.51) wagon seats new af _W and other relatives. Mr. Hamlin
charge of the former's train while he i
Caller. the Auction House!l r Is absent. I I SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, was well thought of by his fellows j

x$1.50. Other things' in propo Ferry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leaves I and his death is deeply deplored byI I -

Be g\i1ck. tf The expense of adding another I lat 8:1)1) a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re- I. all. The funeral will take placs in Where you will find a

t t't' story to the new hotel building, making turning at 5:50 ,p. m.-50 cents Falatka this afternoon. choice of
assortment '
'Smith, prominent citizen !i
a it four stories Instead of three, round tri-;
*,0flValdosta Ga., is in the city on \ I!i the
g'-eat.; best
would not be and would cer- It Is reported that a mighty good very
-lasiness and is registered at the E. R. chairman
Wise of the Boardof
tainly increase the value of the property man and citizen who recently moved

,Kiel, and give ample room. Public Instruction of this county'l' from our city to engage in busIneSsIn I C20RYEARSDYYU t6hcs '
:i"I left for Tallahassee this
: another part of the State, has de- .
,,,-Ke DedY'8 Laxative. Cough Syrup. Ladies, I have just opened' dressmaking attend tte Annual Meeting of Super- : cided to return to Live Oak. It's a II.

ne pleasant.cold remedy that expels room in the LewIn bn Iding.Satis, intendents and school officers. Su- hard thing for a min who has made WATCHES REPAIRED: .

the cold through Its action on the and will be glad to serve youl! wannee county is going to be well his home in Live Oak for any great

bevels Sold by City Pharmacy. dw* faction guaranteed. Give me trial. represented at this meeting length of time to leave and sta"left" > J. D. RA BFORP.LIVE .

MRS. KIG IT.. They nearly always return .
-POL C. A. Hardee. the, able. state -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough better satisfied than ever that this Is j OAK FLA.Fcrill .

"attorney for this judicial circuit left Measles are having a run in our Syrup. Children like its pleasant a fine little city and the best placein

this morning for Tallahassee tQ look city and a great many cases are re, taite Contains no opiates but drives the whole wide world in which to

,after business Interests. ported among the children The at- the cold out through the bowels. live

Ja" teadance at the High SchooJ has Made Drugs in Law.conformity Recommended to Pure Food and sold and Book O O Ind N 'CO.

In the few
off past
;-WbeD you need'a pill take a pill. by City Pharmacy. dw On Friday afternoon the membersof
this account.
I land be sure it's an Early Riser weeks on the executive committee ofthe
[neT are sold here by City Phar- .
State Teachers' Association are ex-
dwf Dr. Armstrong is meeting w.ith )!r. Black formerly a citizen of
jnaey. marked success in the treatmeiA ofee this county and for years a memberof pected to arrive here, where they will

the Board of Public Instruction hold a meeting and arrange a pro ,
troubles. He makes professional
Mrs. Townsend, of Jacksonvil1.3.sister regulay
visits here the first/TU : but now of Plant City and a memberof gram for the next annual meeting. 1i
tq Mr. R. L. Dowling.. came
the Board of Public Instruction of Several members of this committeewill
of each month. lie will make
today visit Mr. Dowl
on a to
g' family special call'Dxt Tuesday, Ap / f 3. S-I Hillsborougb county passed through be in attendance upon the County -
; : d ;)11!
.,'f11 : labassee to attend the meeting of the Tallahassee this week and as that I J
i SUNDAY' trains rover Live Oak, -KODOL Is.a thorough stomach relief -
L State Superintendents and school officer meeting will adjourn Friday they I j
Perry t Gulf to P9-'Ylo.: } .Park, leaves It digests what you eat and here afternoon '
are expected Friday
Mr Black is a splendid school
at S.OO a. m.. knd"l:8d, p. m., re- ;Ins the stomach rest and assists In
"' official and we congratulate Hills- Live Oak was selected as the plac
!turstng at 5:50 p- m.-50 cents restoring it to Its, normal activityand I
committee to and
on pressing him into for executive meet
borough county
round trip.r usefulness. KOCOL: is sold on agaeranteadstaef
the date named was Saturday April
service on their Board.
by City
plan har-I "
20th. Miss Sallie Nelson, of this city '
itev. J,F. Ford went to Gainesville macro -
member of the executive committee -
a j
of the
today to beat Prof. Edwards principal
meeting of the Su- I
and best have bad
you girl
,aamee Presbytery: which convenes The interest in having the criminal I :j, High School and County Superin- i,. a "misunderstanding jour ," and most eng-

,JI.lhat, court of record established fpr this tendent Wood will leave today
aged couples do have them, you know
county is not lagging. The more the I I for Tallahassee to attend the Please Take Notice.
the best thing to restore her sweet
SUNDAY trains ove'r Live Oak question is studied the more con- i annual State meeting of tbe County i
temper and your own, too will be a
parr becomes that it t Superintendents' Association, which The I adies Emporium and Mrs
& Gulf vinced the tax-payer '
to Dowling Park leaves box of our delicious :\ul1all, choco-
't In circuit court t in that city tomorrow for a Lawyer's Milinery Store have kindly
8:00 a. m., and 1:30' p. m., returning will be a great saving [ convenes lates. For who is the girl who
a{ 5'0' = costs to the count three days' session. Prof. Edwards taken: charge of some of our toilet
p m. 50 cents could resist tbe charm of our Choco- -
Wood both articles C France-\merican Hygienic" -
.fonndtrip, and Superintendent are late* They are pure wholesome.
on important committees, and are ). Our patrons will please ask for :
-KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the and delicious; and second to none In
:*. the Suwannee county them when shopping at these two
H. also on program.
Campbell of Atlanta. Ga.. stomach and makes the breath as I quality. There are more 10Ters'quarrels

,,bas accepted a position in the J. B. sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by can truly feel a pride in her representatives places. Thanking you in advance for "patched up" with our candies '

Barton wholesale and retail furnl- Iruggists on a guarantee relief plan.It I at this association as there your patronage. than with any other kind.
*5tt Wore are no>better and more:enthusiastic ST. LUKE'S GUILD.
and Is expected here in afe"'O'1 conforms strictly to the National"ur"

'.jwpulanwtabUshment.fcave to assume his. duteis in this City Pharmacy.Food and Drugs Law. Sold<*w by* I. workers Florida.I along educational' lines In Subscribe the Daily Democrat ffnri! o B Cook ij ''O ililti News Co. ,


tome one and aU ana enjoy your- e-ery size-Norfolk. double-breaU
n..r.n.IIII" I'r' "Itun
: ;s opened up a barber shop -Mr. S. L. Bowen of Wayne, WCa I cd and single-breasted Sack, and

1R'a'' Oht avenue in the White build- Will be glad to furnish estimate I I ", writes: "I was a sufferer from I Suwannee dainty creations in plain and fancy
an : patronage of the Kidn*y disease. fabrics for little men of 3 to S
wbpeople. Shop Is D wlyfttted at best prices. Reference S. could not get out of bed, and when ;;hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re- years. 1

*f:: u eterythlng kept neat aDduee \. Hinely. Live Oak. Call at Deifio. I did, I could hot stand straight freshments.
j crat office took Foley's Kidney Cure One dol- ED. DiVIS. Gen. Mgr.

'{ C. B. McLeod of the firm of Barton ler bottle and part of the second B. J. MADISON, President I II I

& Grimn. & McLeod who own. and operate cured ms entirely" ,Fo'ey's Kidney !, G. T. W. FANIEL,. BUTLER BROSj

Q T-aiTtaMo tTtrnpTitlnp farm at D- Cnre works wonders where others i I "

.L.l- '=sass noway -, -.. 0....... -- :: .--,-CIDI'rSAIo zI>a' -:'"...,.. _..."-w q"'J"" .a."".stm .... .blood,.torn,:wftft -",:,<"'" .' ". .- -'_ -'--
r t 6.t. 4. 1 grow green: again with grs f'

:+4iixsi7gt No S. N6.L K&it J Mail sad i-1l& '-, carnage la forgotten. Streets abandoned Lumber 'Shingles Ice Electric

Dads and :S'rATiONB E tvr..a & I by traffic become grassgrownlike ,

3anday730am> eept. EzprL 117: : D.. ,, I rural lanes and are obliterated. Power and :Turpentine.

1--- Forests decay harvests perish. flowers -

... a" vanish but Is lmmortaL
Oak-- -- 50 SNyT +
i3fpmL. Electric JLiSkte: part of the city furnished -
-' i I IIIJ Beleaguered by the seven hosts of fejmy ; far
LY 30 s 6 ZO P m I
50 a m I It pm P1er .110 winter withdraws Into the Impregs"Sable : or Busin@ee t a Tery asonafcle rate. .
=_$zOI 'H' Lt 2Z a .8OamI ''
8 O&M 3$4P' Le 'fortress 'f' Its" subterranean d Y"md1 t c for maliufaeturing purpo ,
r.am.-. '.,'
__ 10 to a. 443pm.
18 a m i56psLv ,.:s.... 1..-t .. i vitality and.emerges upon' the first whoteseietl"retail Jce-out of City orders have ;
a 18..mL..__ """'-'--' .1..10. m tCOp m :solicitation of spring. Sown by the -
G s: ... tion. and all terders promptly filled. -
Ar. -- ---W O"L 18 W a III t 20 pm winds. by the wandering birds. propagated
s 2j. !' 19 P m .
.50 a 1... w um rt -Ar. by the subtle horticulture of We ,will give you good prices on low de -'
.. =......:.. gr
10' ... willet
-- ministers
t Ar the elements which are its 'Come our.prices.TheNew. .
L. -1Aira '--- flooring.. and get .
30 a's -rn---: and servants It softens the nude out:
'._ WilmaJloth.---_ =--
.50 a 11II. Az. ... line of the world. Its tenacious fibers -
wr" "* .r. ti1a.lei. 41Spmo.e '
Io00amr4Z"Pm told the earth In Its,place and prevent f. How to Avoid P -
: ___ Sawan_Ri.er-.._.._Lr. I b3 a ID t u p. llcat .
21 victims
mf p mILv.\ U Its soluble components from of
f The charm of a love fs'ita telling the
.. r. .
_Norw..s.-,. I U 1ST. those who
--j'- a iii m TIt are
1.10 a.l. 30 p m'L -" washing Into the wasting sea. Invades telling that goes with the giving habtu%,

st. mi 4 a a1'' .----- _MayO''L :. u s auI m1S the solitude of deserts climbs Orlno Laxative TruSt S
1. P
----I LL.._ .......__Ya7o.---- -.A Toe charm of a deed Is Its doing; the chronic eonxtipaticm
to a m the inaccessible and'forbidding If ,
LS slopes .
r.t a
charm of life Is Its living
m' _. 1toa- LI I the liver and bowels
Ar -
611 a ..._ pinnacles of mountains zI4. j
i. II .. I low _A.1&ae-1.6 "c.l determines the history The soul of the thing Is the thought; natural action of tbs ".

._..llayo...... ..______Lv.el climates and the charm of the act U the actor; Laxative
11 05 a m : Fruit am, '
of nations.
; ;;miL. "-". -vale.--' _- .31--;; a to P mf character and destiny The soul of the fact'is Its truth and eat* or gripe _
30 a m 4 a.bU Unobtusive and It has Im- and to eta'ant
f __ ..---- 1'.Ino..-- .t... l30am 325pmU patient. the Now Is Its principal factor. to take.
t) a m4 4 pp- 1._ mortal vigor and aggression. Banished Reface
..,1.w---- ......_.....Salt: 1 ----.L.. U a III 115 p m ,and the The worldfares the Now and the City Pharmacy .
Ii ID 4 S: r : Y : from the thoroughfare
all assumptionswith
Xowist and teats
11 ti a ra'' : II II III v-._--Askeld--- _Li1 Oi a.. I G p mLa field it bides Its time to return and

1 Char ... =_...1... Z' as when is relaxed or the rigor. ::; lrn1.,1 '''__
::115.. a s 6 It p miL. tr. W a III p muoo I vigilance It looks not behind It to falling but ..\ ;, :, '
JC.e-- t-. dynasty has perished. It silently resumes ".":!II tb.. > -r
a m s2Tpm LY to ti3 a m 1 rS p m I forward to ardor.and. vigor; i' ,

.....----F W&7------.L.. U 110 I the throne from which It Las for heroes who faltered
'..11-. 3S : ; a mt plIza.1D m It cares not :

1-4'Tpm P.iL.. -' ..--:... -- .. 8lSa 35gmL2 i f been expelled but which' It never ab for martys who hustled and recanted I' A LIQUID CbijLAXAT1Y
dicates. It bears no blazonry of -
IGOp.A. -FerQ"_ _-_. i iO a 1 2O p mO .
o I ,
bloom to charm the. senses with fragrance AJtOfc <
For pictures that never were painted
t Qr splendor but. its homely
( Telegragb or TvLepbooe StatIO& m Flag Stauo-i \r) RelrWur. fA' ) BepJar SlOp. (a) hue is more enchanting than the lily for harvests that never were. planted. COi

geac1 Sta Oft T 1". 'AL.S1'UN. Saperin'endent.ial8. I j fc fci
or the rose. It yields no fruit In
Genera, er Agent. The world does not care for 'a fra-
earth or air, and jet, should Its harvest i'i
-- grance that never Is lost In perfuming -
--- -- --
fail for a single year famine

TO THE !'would depopulate the world. ;'THE
The world does not care for the blossoms

JAMESTOWNExposition' i LTLe t Xew Pure- Food .and Drug Law. that wither away before ;
t blooming; ;

I We are pleased to announce that The world does not.care for the ;(y18.y-

Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs chimes remaining unrung by the i

colds and lung troubles is not affected ringer *

by theaUonal' Pure Food and The world does not care for the songs led cl.'o .'"

I rug law as it contains no opiates or unsung In the soul of the singer.

other harmful drugs, and we recom- What use to mankind Is a purpose "A Cold or a Co t b M...,I -:

mend it safe remedy for children duce constfpaHoa......mi
as a )
.,,,. .' via the that .never shone forth In a doer :t eyu. DAM and throat UtsteUcf
and adults. City Pharmacy dw
What use has the world for a loving '"f the craUm throwch&. Mt tt.
Pot the want of meutcn tits Wen
that had winner ? *
never nor wooer I **
Obituary.The dry and banI. Naarhr9t4Nrwiara
AtlanticCoastLinePeople The motives the hopes and the constipating. aipacuUy fen.

: subject of this sketch. Mrs. schemes that have ended in Idle Opiate Kaoaedy's Luailv* ...

statue Cheshire (nee Bally), was conclusions. Tar moves the kovek. ccettlaa

all over Florida, s:e the Atlantic Coast Lice Pur- born November 6, 1875; and went to Are buried along with the failures KENNEDnLAXATII$

schedules the Two her heavenly reward March 31. 190?. : that come In a life of Illusions.
ple Folder" for to Jamestown Exposiion.
She was the daughter of :Mr. and Away with the flimsy idea that life
II !
daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. Mrs. L. L. Bally, of Pine Grove. Su- with a Mast is attended: _

., wannce county,.Florida.S There's 1Iow-only Now and no Past **r us.tr.

.' e united with the Methodist Episcopal there's never a past; It bas end- HONEY!

t church. South when only ten ed.Away.
Season and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson
years of age. under the ministry of with Its obsolete story and all 9* RtBcvas CoUa trvwtecioi

sale daily from,April JOth to November 30th at low rates. Rev. J. H. McRae; and was genuinely of its yesterday sorrow; th aystyna
' Coach excursions at very low rates. converted under-,the ministry of Rev.S. There's- only to-day, almost gone and R.b.vsa Coughs b

t E. Phillips in 1895. in front of today stands tomorrow. .itrengthedtg the msosw

For further information see your nearest railroad agentor From the day!of her conversion to the throat, ogasngsasd

.write, Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent, At the. time of her departure, she was And topes that are quenchless are fsf eau = sqUi

nown as a bright, beautiful Chris- Droacattia aL A ft
lantic Coast Line Jacksonville Fla. sent us like loans from a generous ,
'ian. S>e was happily married to Mr. lender. Cold, lug and BmekUlrtmady
U *f al t* lfrtttr'1'
Ofcarl.e B. Cheshire on January 17, Enriching us all Jn our efforts yet h3osey sad 241t. C1t:1t1N lib 1C
Live Oak Perry & Gulf 1906. .
making no poorer the sender; tat w,M aa.,aa sad Si.00strawy
.- This union was blessed with a Lightening all of our labors and K L 0.D.wtn Of. rw

Railroad Company. sweet little babe who survives its thrilling us ever and ever

'.t mother to c'-eer its father's broken With the ecstasy of success and the Sold by Orr

n& TLME TABLE Xo. 1. |r tearLSister raptures of present endeavor.- '

In Effect. Sunday, April 7, 19O7, at 1_:01 a. m., Superseding TimeTable Cheshire's illness lasted for Eugene F. Ware In St. Louis Globe- FOLEY1HONEYS
about three months during which Democrat.
: >o. II, Dated November, 1906. .
k time three very skillful physicians

treated t.er. and loving Lands ministered Bitten by a Spider. -
yaurr aoeND EAST BO'-TND to ber but God
t saw proper to
isT.CLASP 2D. CLASS ls'r.CLASS 20.CLASS Through blood poisoning causedby
Mail & Paaeen-Frt. and take her to Himself.
Mail & Pa.saeo Paaaooa'rt.. and
...Pa..:J ger. I Paso Pars. j Irer ger Paso She leaves a sorrowing husband a spider bite John Washington
-Na.Z I of $osqueville Tex., would have lost
.Nu.1. Na 5, I N0.3. f I( No.6. No.12 N0. 4. father and mother two sisters two
Sunday Dailyax- Daily 'SaadQSII da) Daily u. his leg which became a mass of !
DaiI7. Only i SIIDd&7. brothers, and many other relatives
e; Ssa Only onis L Sunday.
i running sores had he not been
A. M. r. M. t P.M. and scores of friends tomourn her The original
t P. )( A. K. A. K.. to t ry Bucklen's Arnica
Leave Leave Leave Arrive'! I
I Arnve Arrive Arrive departure But they donot mourn as

; ooi 13 t$431 r = :54--I:::::::::;:_._..::_.:::_xecky. 0.k.----------------::::: :: : ::::::- : 30 16:: : :: I: :; : 1 40 9 those who have no hope, because they Salve.plication He writes: "The first ap- LAXATIVE caflEiin r

81 1 CSI 1 ...._..:,....... t 12' ; M: 9421 i 913 relieved and four boxes

i:' i IZI 30 07i 154..1-: :t:=[:.m.Starr..m''I.:::Lancaster------::::::::::::::::::::::I i 5 S S 527'30i 13 i' 9 9 935'2.6t 38 i 9 903 8 07 So with fully Jesus.realize that Mattie is at home sore.healed 25c all the at Barclay sores."" &Heals Groover.every trouble For cough. No, (cold opiate, throat*. M

L... 19 Ar Z 09 Ar S 40j------------.Oo., tJc Park....., ........... L. S 48 L. 9 18 L. 8 40 Her church, family and community I'
Ar845 Ly 445 Lw 410 4............... Do-line Park ... .-. ......... Ar 339 L. 5 10 Ar 9 13Ar 812 druggists. dw* Guod for ncr1bQd SoW .
S50 449. 15 .. will greatly miss her but they bow
333 506
553452 1 j : -I'B::::::: : :::: : : ,.:.-...-.,-.:?.--:::: 3 30j ;, 908: : :: ThFOLEVS genuine ;
8511 .571 4 201!...,.-11&7. Janctaoa.... ...... .... 3 s 03: 903! 804 in humble submission to "Him who Geo. L. Paterson. of Valdosta Ga. HO.NEYanJT*
E Ar t 25:"_" ,.._.....__mDa)._--- _... .... -Ja L. 900 I doeth all things: well." ,
a 900.. 500 L. 440;,.... ....._Day_ a 3 Soo tAr 851;; 'l58 is In the city registered at the Ethel. I %Yeliowpackagt. Kefaat
9 0:1, 506, t ",'_. ,._..-.sdo-- ...-'. ".-.-.. .: S 1 4 54. 8 49. 735 I The funeral services were conduct- & "**
9 S 101 4 Uf----TowueDCI... .. S 1- a 8 7 Prepared only
It 25j. 525, 5 $..........----Sm'th ..._..-. ..-., ....''..'1! Z td( a 401 830t 'l08 s'd by her present pastor. Rev. B. T. This May Interest You Pole, A company P**
1 I 5 38;i 6 ...__-Feahollo.-a) ... ... Z 411 4 121; 8 151 6 53 q
1010 6 06'' 00 ...-.::-_.._.Perry--..... '."..-..... ..... 2 Sul 4 WI 80011 640 Rape. and her precious body was No one Is immune City PharnutQl
AriG Iii Ar s 20 AP 6 15,:.-.-.-..-__ ptoa Sprints.--.. _..... 2 15'L. S t5 L. 'l 4Z L. 6 10 tenderly laid to rest in Pine Grove from Kidney
r A.. 1a. i P. M.I I P M.1 {11.a. ,.. P.L' A. M. 1 A.L trouble so Just remember ttatFoley's
-enoter> amid the sobs and tears of >.
Kidney Cure will stop the Ir-
}LYOXU ALTOS Cl\XC I a great bost of sorroaInglends and regularies and cure any case of kid- .'. .
-elath'e3.I r.- r
ney and bladder .
trouble that Is not ---
I May the Holy Spirit comfort the
Second Class. Second Cass. beyond the reach of medicine. City C. W. WILSQ&
sorrowing ones till they meet her In Ptarmacy. .
I jw,
Frt a Frt." & Faasea Passed Frt. .I: Frt &:.''Pa..a Passes tte "Sweet by and by,"

P... !ass:J gay-I_!!L I Pass I I Psa I H ge! ger i I Her former pastor. NOTICE. T A I L O.

N0.T. 'I Nw 9. X0.13., Sea.13. Xo.II.0.: .10. Xa l4jN0.16- T. L. Z. BARR. i
Daily Dai!y Sunday Sa"ldaT Daily j i Iho'br iSunday.Sundez3ua Notice Is
aT ; hereby
I' given that Tailoring dose R
ex.SUD. On11 : Only ex..SuD ';ex..SuD Only I Only the at *
; ', An Insidious Registration Books of the City of aatee store. F-* "t sariton
A. t PL1! A. )(. P. 30. I : A. K. : P. M.. AM.. 1 ; 3t.Lea. : Danger Live
_. .. L.a.e 'Lea... Leave : Arr.. Arrive Amve Arm. Oak will be open at the story araateod
9 10: 4 30 9 -10 i 30' ....-. .-.-MayoJIInetxa7 5S, S 21), 8 a5, Z 0;, One of the worst features of kld- of J. C. Lyle between f. ;

;: : :: 1003 953. 353 543--------------:.::.:- .- _Peterso-Clark ---::. ..::::::::::.-: 7 7393O3 2: 253 i 842.E 32: f i ,i 1 ney trouble is that it is an Insidious 9 o'clock a. m.. to 12 o'clock the hour of -- ."
=;. ... ....... .. m.. and lilt ..
a 10 00 s 530 1015 s 0; .Mayo.-------------a 713c 240. S29 i 1 'IO!;1 disease and before the victim .
ArlO 10 Az S 40 Ar19 25 S 15----------Alton -...... ..... .... L. T 00 L. 2 30 Lw 8 I0 L. 1 I I realleaI from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. m..
his danger he may have a fatal maladv from April %%nd. 1907. : ; DR. CMAS. c. TA
,9 Regular stop. ConnecU .made at Dowling Par for all trains to and :: Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the 1907. Inclusive, for to May !qd I.

from :Lve Oa ani Perry. _For Information as to connections with I inrst sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities registering the voters the purpose of J VETERINAESohctta

'ctver llne. 'phone or call on General Ta-senger Agent. 'phone 147. Dowj j i and preTests Bright'* of Live of the City ,
Oak Florida.
., lic? Bul'd:ng. Live Oak. disease and diabetes. City Phar. Registration Officer. T. J. LYLE: i your mss': of!"

THCS. OOAVL1NG President.V.. S. GRAHAM. Chief l>ip tcher. : macy. 4w. Oak Flerlda. City of U'ft ;..; at residence I r."-e i*' _

apr2-w-U *+44*

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any QlK***-* a
Carefully eoiieo. 1 I ;iii"- ; ; ftdin ;; -
that will Interest every member o the b to other City Council of the City of Live Oak:
family. I ISOL"THWEST I papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: The Board orjdered the Clerk to

be able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1. That Wilbur I prepare the official ballot
MAGAZINE Is published street fn to b. voted
of this kind composed of such repre- the City of Live at said CURES
Oak special
the first of Florida it election
as to
at St. Louis. Mo., on sentative Papers and Magazines and be held In
from 60 to' now stands be opened, extended and this County yOn
contains on
each month and we can say to each and every one established from the May. 2nd, 1Q7 8d
eastern side SID
It is one ot the best-known that offer Is worth times of Place thereon the the e
'0 pa es. ,In Its our many Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet names of all quali.
magazines published and Is the price of $a.75, and no one will In width, at right angles with said fied electors who by reason of Opl1tes.&II
handsomely gotten petition
is .
U make mistake in
fifth year. IntereaLlI1g a taking advantage Ohio avenue eastward to White street or certificate are entitled
and eontalnsmny of same. to hare Jft 18II. litpor"
up aUoa in White's. Addition to the Bald," theirJULlnea..
1 valuable Into '" ., ftentln to t he tt_ 1' ., t, ., printed thereon.
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.. A Prosperous/State.If ., .What M4e9.Spring Early or Late..

Florida. .should Continue to ITIi J'
I grow
_', {The, Reader Extra Specials
o for the' next tea years as she has forth

last half decade, she will become tjntil recently it.w. taken for: :Ir
granted that the heat given out by : in Spring- 'Sack
even a greater state; a great popula-
the sun was always the lame !n 1
DUTY tion will be within her borders. Capi-

.. tal is rapidly developing the hidden amount not differing one day from i Suits For M nand
another: or one from another.But I
yt,t. Uy ta to k..D him, treasures, of the' land' of perpetual year :
n and strong. H it has finally been ascertained,
. e.?b. w il and strong u sunshine, her agricultural and horti- Young Men
err.out of through a. long series- experiments
- back soL.T flay. cultural development is exceeding the i
D Tour a that the amount of heat given out by
: intto* r most sanguine expectation and it the sun is constantly varying and at $15 $18 and
does seem that the State's future is ,
; tnr.sh f kldfl.PS. .yGls aa : iG that at times it is not less than one-i
aglow with bright prospects. Aegreater
t w.U by taking -
sixth greater than at other times j I i
*Ga's BACKACHX4JCD of debt $20.
mercantil&establishments a difference
amply sufficient to account I
EtDNIT CCBX. 'kL1i WN t4'a our are doing
i for exceptionally cool summers !I I I I that we are offering this week matt
tw I a nice business, the banking institutions
ty 1re il est.tt do and*a't d rsUabl*what are flourishing, the farmerIs or warm winters on the earth. Indeed ,!;convince every man who examines

t w gst your mon.y. ::a there can no longer be any I j|them that they are without exception .
k' tcP thi t rrtbl.dl. RtiitYiL7Mt doing well. All in all, our people ,
Fut y arj.uonub ( -sst t' doubt that we owe our weather, to a the greatest values ever sold at these
n&to-tiay by buy. -; are happy content and prosperous.-
_to I'
bottls atloand druc great extent, to the solar luminary; popular prices. }
Ins Lakeland SlID
'ta."r it 4 1. I and our government is at present I Ifs yon: want a smart up-to-da'e

i. Why Shave engaged in a painstaking study of the I

subject in the observatory on :Mount
: LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. a tortid liver when Herbine the I
Whitney, Cal., the expectation being
only liver reguator will help you? I p
that, when it has come to be more I X1'1t
There is no reason why you should
_Ii I I" I I II I II ::1::: 1I: 1l1l1ldl l :IIILIIIIIIIIIJJJ llll dlll1:,,, suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation fully understood science will be hiil

.. Chills and Fever or any liver com- by observation of the sun's aC ,'

'I" NOTICE. plaints, when Herbine will cure you.F. to make forecasts of meteorological 1

/ C. Waite ',Westville Fla.. writes: conditions for atleast six months In; LF''L

: To Contractors and Prospective Builders: "I was sick for a month with chills advance. *:*..;.tf.. .:

and fever and after taking two bot- .- '

THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. tles of Herbine, am well and heal- Dent Put off *

: thy." Sold by? Suwannee Drug Company for tomorrow what you can do to-,'

day. If you put off buying a bottle
I dw ;
will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand of Ballard's Snow 'liniment, when .

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. Tidiness at Home.Everybody that pain* comes you won't have any.

buy a bottle today. A positive cure
knows how some
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.
for Rheumatism Burns, Cuts
after a year or two of marriedlife ,

get careless about their dress, Sprains, Contracted Muscles etc., T...,,

says a lady novelist. They seem to S. Graham. Prairie Grove, Ark., f
I The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. '
I I1Vl think that their fortune is made, andit writes: "I wish te thank you for

.. ........ isn't necessary to arrange the hair the good results I received from
"- '- _II
T I : :::::: : ns::j I Snow Liniment. It positively cured
becomingly and to put on a pretty
me of Rheumatism after others had I
gown just for their husbands. Thisis
failed Sold by Suwannee Drug I II
all wrong, and it is an error that

Live Oak Brokera Commission Co. arises from laziness. Men like to see I Company. dw*

their wives look pretty Just as muchas
A Home Canner's Association.We I
they did when they"were but sweet- L

hearts. Take a woman's advice andif have often expressed the opinion -

you can have but one attract'-e that our Florida farmers might d,5

j Ii! i Flour Cigars gown let that be the one to be worn find a small canning outfit a profitable ;

: investment. These small canneries _
, Indoors. Endeavor to have daintily .
S Oblisi Anita Fernandez .
.** --- arranged hair and a neat and simple have become so common in Texas that

costume for breakfast. Have well- the owners have formed a State Home '

fitting boots or slippers, as the case Canner's Association. The last num-

\When you eat good br' such as these brands may be :and, .In fact study to make ber of Farm and Ranch contained a MICHAELS-STERN-.---
3 yourself just as winsome after the notice, from the secretary of the As- ,FINE;, CLOTHING

bake. and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL fish is landed as when you were not sociation, that the next meeting I !OO.a6.t$5- .... C.

50 sure of him.-Florida Agricult- would be held at Troupe, Texas, on
ike Chew Taffy Gum Smoke Cigars of this Suit for business or dress that will.
uralist. April 2. The association must be a
look and fit as If made to measure.
large one for the railroads have con-
brand. If feel like then you shouldn't fall to'Como and .
L you don't, you_ought to a new Good Judgementis ceded a rate of one-third fare for the see these three After Easter specials C!>1

the essential characteristic of men round trip. We hope to see some-
In the noted
and woman. Invaluable to good thing of the same kind in Florida, in
ctnan. '
business men and necessary to house the near future.-Florida Agricult
wives. A woman shows good judge- urist. ]

Chewing Gum Coffee ment when she buys White's Cream .

Vermifuge for her baby. The best Doing Bu!!>fn Again FINE CLOTHING
S worm medicine ever offered to mothers -
Taffy Tola Glob, Imperial{ Many indeed are the sensible "When my friends thought I was You will find the style and Quality, '

about to take leave of this world, on A
mothers, who vtrite',expressing their the finish and the fit of the suits of

r gratitude for the good health of their aecount of indigestion, nervousne jour size at every price, precisely as

children, which they owe to the use and general debility," writes A. A. you want them. Details: ,j
Live Oak & Commission Co. Chisholm Treadwell N. Y., "and
Brokerage of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
Suisannee Co. dw when it looked as if there was not i faf" single and double-
by Drug
cpe left I was persuaded to try AIW breasted Sack Suits .

---- Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say fm.I> CplC/ in all the approved t

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION He Spoke German.. l'Jat: they are curing me. I am now Spring styles and fa'-

, In Your Laundry Work Notice is hereby given that at the (New ,York Tribune.) doing business again as of old, rlc-effecta---gray and brown-toned' ;

next General City Election of the and am still gaining daily." Best worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots and j
i A delicatessen shop In the Harlem '
City of Live Oak Suwannee County, tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby ed3--Coustom-tailored and fIn- -
Jewish district was the scene of a re-
Florida, to be held on the first Tues- Barclay & Groover, druggists. Isted equal to $30 to order- a
markable incident last Monday. In
day in May A. D. 1907, at the Price 50c. dw* made suits for your
front of the counter of smells selec$15
'L1 Council Chamber, and in manner and tion at only ,
was a very black negro, who askedor
3 form as prescribed by law, the following -
pumpernickel. senfgurken, roth- Rev. O. T. Mattox returned yesterday all the advanced
municipal officers of said
eruben-salad and other delicacies in from Dover. Fla., where he A t $18 styles In smart sin-
City are to be voted for and elect,
good German, to the evident surpriseof has been holding a meeting. He retorts ri. gle and doublebrestted -
tcwltA Mayor, a Clerk, Treasurerand
another customer, who was wait- good success. cut; strictly hand
Assessor filled by same person;
'ng to be served. As the negro, who tailored throughout and made of excellent -
Tax Collector a Marshal and
a ;
1 as for years been a porter in a Ger- worsteds: cheviots, cassimeres
Sanitary Inspector, filled by same per-
and tweeds in beautiful
patters ofnewest
man business house, where he
:son; and an Alderman from Ward
color effects
-precisely like
of tha
acquired a good knowledge GRAND
Ward No
Alderman from
No. 1. an the $35 to-measure-made
leave the
about to
language. was
*: an Alderman from Ward :-0. 3; suits
here in all
styles at
stop, the other man asked "Where $18
* an Alderman from Ward No. 4; only ,
:e feel sure we can give you the did you learn to speak such good Ger-
an Alderman from Ward No 5. an

&reatest satisfaction. There is anadded I I Alderman from the City at Large; man?" EXCURSIONTO the finest specimens

stiffness and a glorious gloss also one Bond Trustee, to fill ex- "Where Why I am a German At$20 of high class tailoring -
" "tpbn our work that enhances the pired term of C. A. Hardee, Alderman "How long have you been in this In all the smart

Dertnce and lengthens the life of ?"
county styles and exclusive
from Wards Nos. 3 andt, to
Maen. Bring jour Shirts, Col- Onl> a few weeks.; suit.nSl! of finest quality-imported
*". fill unexpIred term, caused by re-
Pale Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and moval from Wards and resignation "Oh. that accounts for it! I was and domestic worsteds, cheviots, ser-

Vests. Wash Ties etc.. to our white when I came here but we Ger- g"3" ?n I l of Incumbents.
'Dd'1and you will have them I I Given under my: band and seal mans all grow black after a few years PERRY FLA in every detail of $40 to- -.

0ukti7,and carefuly done In a satisfactory the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907. in this country" n-easure-made: : suits, special $20

r manner: at a satisfactory (Seal M. E. BROOME, The man stared at the speaker, bc- fc? this week only .'

t: Mayor City of Live Oak, flame a shade lighter with fright and ox
Suwannee County, Florida.I astonishment, left the place without

Live Oak Steam Laundry. 1 I Attest making bis purchase, and when he MAY 6TH.Come S2.50 TO ."7:50 .

S. P. MAYS, Clerk, had gone the negro laughed, and saidto .
Every suit
at every price built of
PHONE 139. Live Oak Florida. the storekeeper: "When he gets .
I carefully seclected
-- mat?rials; tallied -
----- -- home the>'ll explain April Fool's Dayto '
CITY BARBER SHOP. J. F. WEBBPAPER him"* by specialists to resist wear,
J keep their shape and fit perfectly In

.t,'WiU HANGER awl DFCORATOR one and all.and enjoy your- every size-Norfolk, double-breast }
opened P a barber shopavenue. -Mr. S. J... Bowen, of Wayne, W. I
0OlJo! selves. Music furnished by the Su- ed and single-breasted Sack, '
Will be furnish estimateson
In the glad to I ,
White bulld- Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from !
,bc.cl wannee Brass Band Don't miss dainty creations in plain and
v solicit the Patronage of the work and will guarantee satisfaction I Kidot-v disease so that at times I fancy
- Epeople. at best prices. Reference: S'I i hearing the boys play. fo fabrics for little men of 3 to S '
>, Shop is newly_ fitted could not get out of bed, and whenI : Plenty refreshments -
lad everything \. Hinely. Live Oak. Call at Demo-- years.
. kept .
neat and did, I could hot stand straight !
.. office
- t crat took Foley's Kidney Cure One dollar ED. DAVIS, Gen. Mgr.

;'-"' .1 I c. B. McLeod. of the firm of Barton bottle and part of the second
!Queen & i B. J. MADISON President-
Griffin- & McLeod who own, and operate cured' me entirelY." Foes Kidney BUTLER BROS
P DP <*nre works wonders where others _t-

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f Beginning' Monday, we will inaugurated; = Grand: Easter :Week Opening, in.whiclx; } all (<;

} NEW SPRING GOODS will be offered at:. RtDVC D PRICES. These will 'hold 'gc

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i .during EASTER WEEK.. '.' / .''" .' ; x

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! I "sY the Reduction Read Prices' for This: Week

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Ladies' . '

_- White Lawns, 1 yd. wide, .. 10c _

) 2 Dress Goods, Fine Waiste Madras,_Striped and figured, at 12 1-2c '

t Flowered Organdies, from 5 to 12. 1-2c "'

f c White Goods; Yard wide Silk-White and Colors this'week only, at ,48c : 7t

t. Fine Black Taffetta Silk,-yard wide, $1.50 value, at 98c .

t. I Fine White Dimities, 20c. value, at 12 1-2c ,
All Our Big '
44 inch Brillientines all colors ,8e. ,
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.:, White.Table Linens 4 Ankles .
Stock of "
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65c_ value, at 45c

; Jl gnat many Oxford ar.odVtrttstd Nainsooks, ,fronv-12 12c.. up S
to fit-butth* only ahoea in Dry Check Muslins, at 10c. and up : .
c y cto ftT
th. world which haTe the patent Silk Ginghams, worth 35c., at :. -',. \. .-.Y -'' J ,20c. -or SIfsaa
.- Laces and = v -
"Urflt" which hold the aides Big.Line C..B. Corsets (sold heretofore for.75c.,) at 45c

1 firmly to the ankle, instep and ._
$i.25 values,'for ., .'. 98C
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heel,without discomfort, are Embroideries > :
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and will hold Tailored Suits. The

product of the Iar ::Jest

t good only during STUDY THESE VALUES g

r \ and best house

f Easter Week. in the country. .

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STATE LIFE INSi: RAKE. The large number who have con- The writer once taught in a county gent" task without a $25 fee for each all the time. When detected

nected themselves with the various (Citrus) where the books were sup- "Indigent" returned. Then
he could attempt he had his hands I
Governor Broward is Advocating denominations; and the great crowd plied to all children alike by the buy books for .the "indigent's"neighbors bars of the cell door andlKij

State Life Insurance who convened at the Methodist County School Board. This seemedto and restore
rJ" things. to a under the lock and wu 1est1II
church on Sunday, 31st, show that the work admirably there and I be- normal condition. :
Tallahassee Fla., April 15.Governor Moreover the writer lock and trying to prise It oqe
wonderful spiritual truths given In lieve it did. But let me ask: Could not being citizen
;J" Broward will today send a of Snwannee the same time. lie w" ,.Idt
so much earnestness and power were Suwannee. Madison Jefferson, Leon
county. Is neither
,.- special message to the Legislature on a supporter or opposer ISeved of his tools and pJaeH a
2s seed fallen into good ground, and and some others afford to furnish
l of Mr. Dorman.
It" tie subject of State life Insurance D. other and more secure sell
t wLo shall say what the harvest will school books by taxation even to the
; which he strongly advocates He where he got the matches to-|
IJ .
te at the time of reaping! Just think awhile. Where Crawford .
treats the matter exhaustively to demonstrate indigent a Candidate. fire is not known.
As a Bible expounder Mr Cecil great'f of the benefit
I part (Bartow
t. that ,the enterprise woald Record.), H After making the failtral
has not his superior nor his equalis fell Since: reader
any can answer Secretary of
be profitable to the people by showing I StateH.. Clay Craw- i otjt%>f jail he tried anotl* I ,
L an illustrator. He has a. wonderful this I'll leave it with them. ford will be I
that foreign Insurance companies candidate for reelection free >
have returned In losses paid less thai. gift in driving home a great I Xow every true teacher believes as the following letter will Indicate I{ law by slashing his throat uH

$5,000,000 and have received upwards thought in a well-selected illustra- the poor should be assisted in obtainIng : EVERETT M CANOVA with liit*
an old kne |
I i I tion. Nothing but his great love for
of $13.000.t)0) ( in premiums boojis for their children and 1 Bartow Florida. but blade *
a 'piece of broken
t daring the past thirteen years and
Northern posing legislation for the benefit of asking if I would
t that the South alone pays I mind writing you futile as Deputy Herasoing bti

companies $50,000,000 per annum. |I I The Friday afternoon Bible study I the poor, but It appears that this bill, i if I would be a candidate for the office i eye on him and stopped )I 3

.t for tie young people. Is a much needed iif it become a law_ will open the I of secretary of State. I feel I .
It is suggested that the manage- j ( deep much damage was doaa?
( addition to church work. w rong gate.Moreover. ly grateful to the PeoPle i
f meat be vested In a commission 01 I of Florida wounds not serious ***
i The beautiful lesson "Of obedience I
i for ,
r a manager, which would eliminate I the teacher has troubles the magnificent endorsement bed at the I lit
quite but
and' I I to God in all things, was made veryi : enough of her without given me In electing
Ugh salaried officers, that the own being me for a full all right
i iupressive. at the service. going to press he (s
!E entire expense woald be less than the i last made a court of inquiry to decide term after filling out an Interim term I
Mrs Balsden, so full,of love for the and i Deputy Hemming deset
board who in her school Is "Indigent." feeling conscious of
I salary of a vice president or Any doing my credit for his watchfulness **"
i Master's service, has taken of
j charge
chairman of pne of the large companies way how Is this to be done--take theparent's duty, or trying to do my duty for I fcf
l Lion
to duty In blocking
the singing at these meetings, and have I
I now existing. The Governor wordL or go and make an no higher ambition than to so end**'
attempts of
McCall to
thus these people are being
declares that State life insurance is inventory of his visible possessions'Either conduct the affairs of this office as to .
prepared to fill useful and prominent : ally of the law.
no experiment; that France has a ore will cause a great deal of meet the approval of the people and

11 Ii government system and that Austria places in the church. A CITIZEN. vexation and trouble Many parents believing that I have been true to the

;f and Canada also have it in the form come to us teachers with the same old trust confided in me, I will be a candi-

; of pensions while Russia and Sweden IMilOKXT SCHOOL COOK. KILL. story: "I'm,not able to buy books," dat for a second or another term. ChamberlainColin !

f. also support the same kind of system r when: In fact, they are able. What "Please pardon delay In acknowledging
,,* Germany, Bavaria. Greece and ; r l"'ru'-a Teacher Does :Not Endorse would you do with one like tbat _Not your letter. Yours very truly... Cholera( & DIanVa I..

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LIvi'oggpulsory and New ter notwrite "indigent" on Hsresbbor's "Secretary of State.* r--
'[ Editor Democrat: "To the mak- A6od every iamb *
!.- Zearand:44s= a State Insurance de- I card. Now ttls would be of a renable remedy forte.
icg of laws there Is no end" is an
t jus: the condiUon-ef things, no matter TRIED TO .BREAK JAIL. cLaahea
It._ par IPen..t._ axiomatic statement, yet, whenever a at< tome base t
1.. The Governor argues that the peo- bodY'meets. "Is' tow impartial'the Barter might,, **-ji year.
legislative It demonstrated : :
H. n
'i jle can get better, cheaper and more be. But some one .will say people McCall Attempts to .Free Nile m- Thi remedy Ht
again and again
honest Insurance by choosing theIr would not want their names on th Belt by Burning Lock on Cell dealer, who hare a3l
I havjust read in the columns of
l own managers to be a part of the school board's "Indigent" list. They Door. many jean and know b .
Mr Dorman's
State administration than under the your paper "Ind'gent might not but some people will get B. B. McCall. white charged with It has received thotejfcmonuk
School Book Bill. None would
,system ovrr which they.lave no con all they can without paying for it. killing his brother at O'Brien Fla. from grateful
his sincerity in looking after the '
trol. and it will make no difference with made an unsuccessful attempt to It has been presesbae.

interest of his constituents. The bill them If their name Is on the list. break Jail last night and but for the nans with $e modresults.
I? intended for the aid of such persons watchfulness .
Condition of Church. No one can accuse the writer of a and timely arrival of
Spiritual as it purports to be. But it Deputy Sheriff It has often saved*
Instill seems perfectly fair to ask If a law personal motive as the law will not Hemming would medicine beta**
We are glad tor notice,the deep ,affect him probably have succeeded could have
he Is now teach-
abo t I)'. 'f
x tarest nmrtlfagted In the splrtt- '11brlnl' o.n or a physician summonei