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 18, 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: UF00075905:00055
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_r JIa8 Been Introduced by Repre- Silesia College, in Santa Jail Collapse

irstadTe McCIellan of this County. g dand Students Were left

Other Import Measures Clinging to the Beams


: T nahassee, April 18.-In thelllte 1 Mexico City April 17.-Details Of

Mr. Crane, of the u
3 yesterday I the
destruction wrought by the great
dIstrict Introduced a number / '
!seventh earthquake of last Sunday and Mon
of Mil, as follows:
i day are reaching this city slowly. A
certain Informa-
1 Ka 198, to cause L I
te r4o In extension and acknowledge- message from Acapulco today confirmed

fi Bent of deeds etc., transferring real J the story of the total destruction s

of Aytula. The Jail and
orj-ellnquishing dower made hospital -
roperty married women prior to collapsed but the prisoners and

** previous jrfl 1. 1907.by .) Ic ': .i the patients were taken out safely.

jfo. 199. for the regulation androstrol z: Factories throughout the district are

' in ruins and thousands of workmen
of the Practice of veterinary \ it / 1
xtaedldne., surgery and dentistry InJtieitate 4 'The- r't1 will suffer greatly from the loss of

\ their homes and enforced Idleness.

* of Florida. The postoffice, telegraph office and '
amendment ,
* r'd 200, proposing an 4
a.. section 9, article 5 of the con- ,AR ? barracks at Aytula were totally de

: idtation of Florida, relating tojadidal stroyed.
Silesia college, in Santa Julia
: salaries.
which was supposed to have beed
b pro: %01, to prescribe and definee
earthquake proof collapsed. The
e e effect as evidence of notorial y
in ', roof above the second floor fell in
copies of Instruments writing
countries under when seventy students were in the
tt Eiecuted In foreign '
building. Although the structure t
whose laws notaries are required topreserve

the originals.No. practically fell to pieces, not one of

the students Injured. of
was Many
202, to authorize married wo- AT.
,-, I'I'T the students were left clinging to the
tt nen, who have become free dealers Su\\ OvateT.SulUvant .
without beams. The teachers with a number
t convey property Joinder

of their husbands and to validate all in New York American. of pupils had left the building.

f heretofore made. -- After the shock a search was madeof
sea conveyances .

Senator Beard, of the second disc revoked, thus avoiding the necessityof tion of Attorney General Ellis In his amendment, providing that each the rains, and those within the 2

;;introduced a bill of considerable frequent examinations, which was proceedings against the Atlantic county shall constitute a senatorial ; building taken out. In collapsing,

rtance!, being an act to repeal thee reported unfavorably by the committee Coast Line railroad. i I district, and shall be entitled to one i the roof was supported on one side

; act of 1906, which has been on education, was lost by a vote Bills were Introduced by Mr. Kirk- representative, with one additionalfor by beams, leaving a space where"

ently decided unconstitutiional by of 6 to17., land, of Lake, for securing agricultural each 18,000 population, or,, fraction many of the students found means

lodge Locke, of the federal court The antMobbying bill of Senator statistics, by Mr. Crawford of theerof amounting to more than of escape from death or injury.

who Issued a perpetual injunction West, of the first district, was 'passed Orange, exempting certain timbered 9,000, which will probably be introduced 'The 'death list continues to grow.

g&init the board of -drainage comnMoners by a vote of 21 to 0, and In.all probability lands from taxation; .Mr. McClellan, today. The law would be Among the dead are many membersof

a created under the act, It will pass the house and of Suwannee, relating fraudulent self-operative, being based on the prominent Mexican families. In, ,.

I tad consisting of the same men thatEonstitntea receive the the the state of Guerrero and elesewhere,
governor contracts agreeing to perform services federal and state censuses, and this,
the board of trustees of who In his along the Pacific coast, the greatest
: regular message recom- or labor In return for money or of course, would do away with the

Internal, ; Improvement Fund, restraining ing It. The bill empowers legislative property advanced; Mr. Faulkner, of constitutional limitation of 32 senators property loss occurred. In the vicinity l

:5 them from assessing or collecting I committees 'to compel any one ap- Taylo, for calling an election for and 63 representatives, as at of this city severe loss was suffered >

the 5 cents per acre drain- pearing before them to disclose, by the Mexican Clay .Manufacturing -
: 'upon state'prohibition, and Mn'RIchbourg, present and .under the last census

s ale tax levied by the board In accordance I oath what Interest they have in the of Walton, for the issuance of bonds would actually increase the legislature Company, an American con- "

with the act In the dralue -I measures they represent. by the town of DeFuniak Springs for to 46 senators and 52 representatives. cern. The damage to the company'sworks
district Senator Adams' bill toiroride will amount to $50,000. No i
Senator McCreary's bill providingthat the construction of a. waterworksand '

for the proper maintenance election ballots may be printedin sewerage system and a school great damage was done in Mexico

i inspection of county prisoners, parallel columns instead of a house, the latter being passed under EDWARD AND VICTOR. Sty.

aade a special order for yesterday, single column was passed by a vote suspension of rules -and certified to .

w continued as a special order for of 21 to one. I senate. Geramny Views With Suspicion Meeting Marques Escaped.Los .
'I Angeles Cal. April 17. y
ada1. Senator Crews' bill giving county Other bills passed, including the of the Two Kings.

.By a vote of 26 to 2, the senated commissioners the power to review senate bill for the assessment of property George Mitchell, president of the La 1
Berlin, April 17.-King Ed1Yard.sapproaching : whose
Dicha Mining Company, properties
a bill by Mr. Harris validating assessments aswell
on personal property in KIssimmee, for a change of
meeting with King victor located in Mexico 30
t sfl permits, grants and privileges as real estate was passed by a venue on the criminal courts of record are ;oj
Emanuel at Gaeta Is attracting miles from
Chilpancingo, today received
7 :.sretofore_ made by any munlclpall- vote of 20 to 4.In the incorporation the townof
much attention in the German
press, news from Acaqulco dated
as of this state, to any Individuals Cottondale, validating the issue of 4 1
the Hone. which comments on the event as being April 16, telling him of the damage .
inns or corporation where the same
bonds for special tax school districtNo. ;
: house the first thing was an effort to isolate Germany and there from the earthquake. The
been In the ,
11 acted on by the expenditure I, Dade county; a bill by Mr. Du-
win Italy from the triple alli
il of money In good faith. the reading of a memorial adoptedby 1 Pont relating to the butchering of away message says: .!
ance. An article in the Cologne "This city and vicinity visited by 'j
Senator of Confederate
the 'Lakeland camp
cattle and Mr. Kirkland
one by providing
Gazette in this sense is being widely
an earthquake. No damage or loss
veterans, asking for an appropriationto
oaaty commissioners to grant for the sale of tax certificatesin
discussed because it is believed to
to Marques. No news from Ladicha
rachise monument to Florida soldiers -
to street surface railroads erect a certain cases at reduced valua-
b have been inspired from Berlin. The j
yet Our residence and office demolished.
ad confirming grants already made, at Chicamagua, which was spread .
tion.A writer says public opinion In Germanysees Expect to save all our re
read the third time and made upon the journal.An large number of bills were takenup
in King Edward's course an at- cords."
;pedal order for today. Two other invitation was received from placed on second reading and the
tempt to disturb the European equilibrium News of the death of Inez Bonilla,
IDs association,
Pensacola bar
by 4Ir. Crane, passed on third the pilots' following passed under waiver of
which is calculated to awaken the first American reported killed in
f! ding, the first being an'act to tendering the use of their steam pilot rules-or, as Mr. Griggs, of Franklin,

f Bdate all sections of county 'com- boats for a trip on the bay and gulf termed it by a slip of the tongue misgivings regarding his disarmament the recent earthquake, reached the
proposal, and finally warns officers of the Associated Press tonight
3. onera In relation to the In case the house visits Pensacola, as "I move that the waives be ruled."
Great Britain that "war with Germany
Senora Inez Bonilla,'of Chil
fepair and construction of hard is customary, during the session. Mr. The senate bills amending the char-
would be dangerous for any op- the wife of the former
nrface public roads, and the other Watson, of Dade, said It was very ter of Lake City and authorizing the pancingo was :
ponent or any coalition of oppon- of the state
secretary to Governor
Plating, empowering county com- kind In the association to extend Issue of $43,200 bonds by that city ents."

l OIlera to contract with passenger invitation, and moved them a vote for outstanding indebtedness; Senator of Guerrera.
This sharp language is interpretedby
railway companies for the Joint conjetton of thanks, which carried unanimously. Trammell's bill amending the
the Tagliche Rundschau as mean Superintendents Oppose School Book
and maintenance of public charter of Lakeland; a Brevard
ing that the German government has
dies, for the construction of tracks Two constitutional amendmentswere :county local fishing bill, by Mr. Jones, Uniformity.
I I grown weary of the English game of Tallahassee, April 17.-The county
pa such bridges, and to validate such introduced by and referred to of that county, and another fish bill hide and seek and the comedy of I school superintendents are in session

'tracts heretofore. made. the proper committee, one by Mr. of a local nature, by Mr. Rodden- and disarmamentWoman's

D: West' compulsory education I I Faulkner, of Taylor, relative to local berry, Wakulla.. A large number peace I here. A lively debate was pre-
cipated this afternoon over the question
a was lost final option and one by Mr. MacKenzIe, of
on reading by a were sent on to the engrossing committee Club to Meet at Public
of state school book uniformity.A .
of 1 to 15, Senators Beard and Putnam, relative to the suffrage. and will be taken up on final .
ict majority voted against state uni-
Dan speaking against it, the Mr. Farris, of Duval, introduced a passage today. When the hour of
Woman's Club will meet formity.L. .
[ormer on the ground that It was bill to speedily determine the statusof adjournment arrived, Mr. Watson, of
20th at three o'clock in the
April ,
MernaHstic and Invaded the home. the trust exercised by the trusteesof Dade. in the chair temporarily, the
A e bill> Fund reading room of the library building. B. Sutton and wife have moved
had been reported unfavor- the Internal Improvement clerk was reading a lengthy bill by
hJy br This being the last meeting of this back to Live Oak to stay, and are occupying
the senate committee on and to finally discharge the trustees, Mr. Decker, of HHlsborough, relat-
flacatloa, year, a full atendance is requested.The the Bob Dowllng office
providing that the attorney general to banks and banking associa-
Senator ing following is the program: building In the West End. We are
Adams bill for a uniform shall Institute suits In equity to final- tions other than national banks, in
Mark Twain-BIgrophical Sketch certainly glad to note the locationof
parse,In ,the public schools of Flor- ly determine the title of the swamp this state. Owing to.the importanceof
da. and and Mark Twain on Christian Science this excellent family in Live Oak.
'making an appropriation and overflowed lands in litigation, the bill, 200 copies were ordered
Wne -Miss Beulah Belle Barnett Mr. Sutton has not as yet decided up-
maintenance and aid of public and for the discharge by the court of
x printed. Ruth McEnery Stuart-Biographical on what business he will go Into here,
schools of recognized standard. the trustees of the fund after settlingthe
3 II Passed Apportionment Scheme. Sketch and reading from her but as he Is a hustler it Is safe to
unanimously on third cases.A .
dins, resolution by Mr. Matthews, of Hon. J. Walter Kehoe of Pensa,; works-Mrs.. J. T. CarrolL say he will embark In something In -

::Senator Beard's bill to render valid Marlon, was adopted expressing the cola, who Is now In the city Is drawing MRS. O. O. WILLIAMS, the near future. He cannot remain

era certificates until properly I appreciation of the house of the ac up a bill proposed constitutional Cor. Secretary. idle long.

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Work Just Because ORDINANCE No. :SO. 'to the northern bounadry of Wilbur I PROFESSION
"Pneumonia's Deadly I. street. It stands running at
as now. ,
Is in the throat and Sections _
your cough : An Ordinance- amend
: right" right angles said Ohio avenue 1032 Q S 3sowrt.
has so seriously: affected my does not trouble, you now, don't 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the feet to White street In. White's Addi-

10. lung" writes 'Mrs. Fannie Connor, I think that It needs.no &:.t ntl T 1 Georgetown, Tenn., Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to feet BROWN
Route three
of Rural j I lit has not had much of a start Is the ida excepting therefrom
_ "that I coughed continuously night I The'.ll hiestI prohibit the running at large on the across the northern side of the
r !}i time to check it. streets of the City of Live Oak. of family burial grounds
neighbors' predlc-
and day and the inevitable I cough easily leads to Pneumonia. horses mules hogs and goats, and which Is included in said descriptionand PHYsICIAhs&

i tlonconsumptlonseemed f Bronchitis and Consumption. A bot- to provide for the impounding and within the iron fence Inclosing

; until my: husband brought homea tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will disposing of the same" passed said burial grounds. LIYE OAE, -

bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, The it September 30th. 1903. and approved Section II. That condemnation gDR. =
, cure that cough. price puts October 6th. 1>>03.
to be the proceedings shall be instituted ia the J
In'my case preyed W
which within reach of all. Sold by Suwannee Be It ordained by the Mayor and name of the City of Live Oak in ac- ;
;: only real cough cure and restorer Drug Co. dwrt City Council of the City of Live Oak cordance with the provisions of the Physician and

; weak, sore lungs." When all other Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided I

r remedies utterly fail, you may still able publications of its kind publish Section la That Section 1. Sec- for the purpose of carrying Office: Carroll E
eded In the United States. It is tion 2 and Section t of OrdinanceNo. iIdr5 .
win in the battle against lung and out the provisions of Section 1 of I
printed on heavy" book paper and con- 16. of the City of Live Oak this Ordinance. at Bal$

" ; throat troubles with New Dlscoveri'l. tains thirty-four pages is publishedon Florida being an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance I fbmK 'Offie*.Xft 188.

the real care. : the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to prohibit the run- shall take effect'' upon its passage by I Nan

t clay & Groover, druggists. 50c and every: department is in charge of an ning at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the ll.r]R

4 $1.00. Trial bottle free. dw. :I expert. No one who has a horse cat- City of Live Oak of horses, mules Mayor or upon its becoming ,an I
tle or live stock should be without hogs and goats and to provide for ordinance without the approval of the f

this publication. the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. I M.E. BROOD ;

WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S T.\.L1SMA.'Ils a handsome same," approved October 6, 1903 be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion : .

.,. 3%-page monthly publication and the same are hereby amended so Robertson and passed by City : -- :

What Five Dollar and Seventy-Five printed on heavy" book paper and as to read as follows: Council in regular session assembled. ATTORNEY&COUNSELS Y :

Cents Will Do. contains many handsome half-tone il- "Section 1. Horses mules, hogs on this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907. LIMB OAE. t .
lustrations. It is a publication thatis' and goats shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN n/te
This paper"at Quite an expense and at large of the streets alleys Will practice tM
" edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell upon any President City Council. iaI hJ2 ?sfciHof
deal of work, has arranged a t.
a great lanes unenclosed property of
i one of the best-known writers in this or Attest: .Eta Afl buii ii.
Club offer of fourteen well-known country: No publication in its class the City of Live Oak. and that cows S. P, MAYS City Clerk. fiats ..,..,
Papers and :Magazines including the shall not be allowed to at
run large NTAK'
with Maxwell's Talisman.
LlO... K DAILY DEMOCRAT for compares I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the Pu.UCItr4"U :
It has been published at Chicago 111., upon any of the streets lanes or
City of Live Oak, Florida do hereby
Realizing that we could M.
only $5.75. public highways of the said City oh DIXON
seven years. certify that the above and foregoing L. ,
largely -increase our circulation, we other unenclosed premises within -3
x entered into a contract to use the THE FARM :MONEY-MAKER is a the following boundary In said City Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass- .

Papers and Magazines that compose large handsome. publication which of Live Oak Florida to-wit: ed by the City Council on the 8th day DENTIst ::1ORTODONTU

this Club. The Daily Democrat does has been running a great many yearsin Beginnig at a point where Irvin of April. A. D. 1907. and the same --0 ,

not make a cent out of this offer. Cincinnati O., and contains various ; and First streets Intersects and run- is hereby certified to the Mayor: for : CROWN umtlWORK.

In fact, we lose money, but by Increasing departments in regard to every ning south to where Irvin and Car- his approval. ; Ib
pur circulation we can secure part of the farm aad also has many roll streets Intersect thense east to Witness my hand and seal of said : SPEQyy "

more advertising and also get a bet- well-known writers in charge of Houston street, thence south along City this 8th day ofv April A. D. LY1E1Practical

ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence 1907. T. J.
fore made an offer that equals ours. home and also matter that is Inter- east on John street to Church street (Seal) S. P. MAYS.
to for one full and of value to memberof City Clerk. -
Every paper goes you every thence south on Church street to cor-
4 year. All are well known and long the famUy.SOL"THERf. poration line thence east Examined and approved by me
established and worth many times the POULTRY FANCIER.This tion line to White street on corpora-thence this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. WATCHMAKER AND jjj|

price we ask. They: are from the magazine is devoted to poultryand north on White street to Howard E. BROOME. Mayor. 35 years experieaei J"

South. North. East and West. Their all of its departments and is street,. thence east on Howard streetto Good stock of Watches J4
combined values. including the Live The Price of Health. -
published at Atlanta Ga. Each issue a point opposite Georgia avenue
Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00. thence north to and
contains from 40 to 50 pages printedin along Georgia
"The of health in malarious
price a
able to make this
We are only
magazine form on heavy book pa- avenue to the northeast corner of L.E. RoBEsaox.J .
Jor a very short time and it will positively per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons Bryson street and Georgia avenue district is just 25 cents; the cost of lt.E

be withdrawn soon. If you pet stock turkeys geese ducks thence due north along section line a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills" OBERSON&SMAII

want the best bargain ever offered I etc.. will not only save but make to a point opposite Fifth street writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark.
Do not
you. order the Club now. by having this well-known thence west to and along Fifth street
New Life Pills cleanse and Im-
wait for hesitate too long. ft
,. you' may magazine before them. If anyone to Atlantic Coast Line railroad ATTORNEYS -:TAT->
If you are already a subscriber to any thence southwest part new life and vigor to the system. -
takes this publication and does not across Atlantic
or all of the,papers in the Club your say that It is one 0f the best of its Coast Line railroad to First street 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed Will do general practice is gg

time will be extended one year from do kind and Is as handsome readableand tbence west along First street to at Barclay: & Groover' druggists dw Federal Courts. .:'
date of your order. Probably'you "
the and valuable a poultry paper as Is point of beginning. BOOK 1 AMD I UP-ST.uu1.. k.TllOiQ .
have all of Papers ala
not care to
"Section II. It
published we will send same to them shall be the duty ,
Ns .
Magazines sent to your address. If three months absolute of the City Marshal CLERK INSPECTORS.. UiLIVE
as an present. pr any deputy
can split the Club and have I
nOt you Marshal or policeman of the said
ot number of different THE WOMAX'S HOME JOURNAL Live Fla. If 1907.
them sent any City to take possession of and place Oak April ,
addresses or two or more parties can is published in Boston and no matter in a pound to be
provided for
come in together and divide the Club what price Is paid for a similar publication that The Board of County Commissioners -

among themselves. On acount of the no one will be able to securea purpose found by any him horse or mule them hog or goat of Suwannee County Florida at f MUdrfat M/C.MT*. ,.**
limited time that we will be able to publication at the same price which running
large upon any of the streets a meeting called, for and held on said
make this wonderful offer we will be will equal this one. It is published in
unable to furnish sample copies to the Interest of the women and child highways within said other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commis- (UNION X

anyone. We take pleasure in givinga ren and It Is worth many times the take possession of City and and likewise sioners W. A. TIson. M. L. Burnett Mmf
place In said
short sketch of each paper in the price Club. that Is asked for the entire pound any cow found by him or them and J. H. Grant,. appointed the fol-

Club. running at large on any of the streets lowing named persons Inspectors and

# THE PLANTERS OCR AL. of COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published alleys lanes public highways or Clerks of an election to be held in i
i Memphis. Tenn.. is in its seventeenthyear. in New York in magazine form other unenclosed property of said -
County on May 2, 1907.
It is published monthly on the and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the bound-

15th of each month. Colonel HughL. magazines of its kind ever producedby aries prescribed in Section I hereof." District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers Wholesale

Bedford its editor is one of _the any publisher. It is full of Inter- "Section VII. For catching And J. E. Davis and ThO$. J. Kenady. In- anytailDealersinFfe

? best-known agricultural writers in the esting matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordinance spectors; A. J. Williams Clerk.

United States. He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal shall be en-
District No. -W.. E.
farm near Memphis, and also has a best-known writers in the country. titled to the following fees, namely:
i large cotton plantation in Mississippi This magazine will please all no mat- For catching and impounding horses R. Bassett and H: A. Thompson, In-

t and an orange and fruit farm in ter how critical they: are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head, spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk.

Florida. He is ably assisted by a what they read. I ITHH goats thirty cents per head hogs one District No. 3.-Will McLeod G. da
i large number of department editors dollar bead.
i and correspondents. PRACTICAL FARMER. This per For feeding and W. Goff and A. M. Moseley Inspec-
special writers taking care of such stock while WestI
The Journal makes a specialty of its well-known magazine which is pub- pound for horses mules and in tors; W. D. Whatley, Clerk.
and lished in Philadelphia is not only one cows he
Cotton. Manufacturing. Lumber shall District No. 4.-L.
receive forty cents C. Young J. H.
in additionto of the most successful of Its kind, per day per
Industrial Departments departments but without doubt one of the most head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble Inspec-

having of the full Home.and complete Garden. Fruit. carefully edited papers In the United ing per and day per head each; for advertis- tors; Ed. McLeod Clerk. MEA1tPhone :
selling-such animals
States. Any farmer planter or, in he shall
Farm Poultry. Cattle. Live Stock receive the sum ot- fifty District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt, T.
fact anyone who has fruits, flowers cents for
full of
etc. It is very readable and horses L. Dorsett. and W.
and contains 32 vegetables live stock and poultry. mules or cows per bead and M. George Inspectors -
bright snappy news will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- ; B. E. Martin Clerk.

pages. will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome. S. 24
-y' THE AMERICA FARMER of Indianapolis times the price that they pay for the "hog" under this ordinance shall be G. Godbold |
Ind.. has been published entire Club. taken to Include "pigs." and Henry Holzclaw. In-

twenty-one years and is ably edited Section I la. That this Ordinance spectors; J. H. Newsome. Clerk.

by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each Issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEis shall take effect immediately upon District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst, T. Z. Promdt deliyeanywhere
contains a full page poem from this published in New York in maga- its passage by the Council and Hurst
ap- and B.
well-known writer. It is published zine form and contains from 30 to 60 proval by tbe Mayor as to mules M. ,Holland, Inspectors; )

monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis pages each issue. This ell-known horses goats and bogs but shall not A. J. Bass Clerk.

no better paper for the home and publication contains many Interesting go into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-G. H. Dorman, J. in it t

farm than this well-known publica stories and some of the most valu- from Its passage by the City Council. M. Kite and J. H. Johns Inspectors;
able articles which are prepared by
tion. Passed by
City Council In regular J. E. Ferguson.. Clerk.
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published well-known writers. Every depart- session this 8th day of April A. D.
at Des Moines Ia., and has been ment is fully covered by experts in 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN District No. 9.-S. W. Gary. W. R. City.TIOMPSON j
this publication. One of the most In-
contains President More and Calvin Sistrunk
long established. Each issue City Council. Inspectors;
and it is one teresting departments is that con- Attest: Stewart
from 50 to 60 pages Smith Clerk.
of the handsomest and most complete ducted by: a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I. wAIf
District No. 10A. &
the head of "For the Little Fellows, H. Hall. L.
S. P. Mays
publications of its kind in the world. City Clerk of the
and another Is "Chats With Mothers." A. Leggett and J. F.
City of Live Williams In-
Every department of the farm and Florida do hereby and Delivery V?
Another Is "Lecoration of Your Drays
home is fully represented in this paper certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. L. Sealey Clerk. 1/1
Home and another valuable
and each of these departmentsis depart- Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- District No. 11.-S. Phillips. H. Furniture moving asp
ment under the head ot "Embroid
in of It is a very ed by the City Council on the 8th C.
an expert.
charge day Kight and A. M. Lewis !
ery, also a department of "Amusingthe Inspectors WOO
handsome publication and is a monthly of April, A. D. 1901. and the same ; STOVE
Children, and another under T. A. Mikell
one Clerk.
s hereby certified
to the
on book Mayor for
published paper.
the head of "Home and How to df
his approval. District No. 12.-S. D. Huggins. J Any length delivered
GREEVS FRUIT GROWER, of Really Make it Home," and another
Witness my hand and seal of said D. Goss aad J. J.
Rochester N. Y., has been publishedfor department under the head of "Our Citv this 8th day of April A. D. J. H. Anderson Holmes Inspectors; of city, promptly. Give
twenty-seven years and is edited Beauty Doctor. There are many Clerk.

by Col. Chas. A. Green who is said other interesting articles in this publication 1907.Seal) S. P. MAYS. District No. 13H. E. Deleg l. W. fcusines. phone-*
to be the best-known writer of this which alone forbids
space us J. Reynolds and
A. C.
City Clerk. Johnson In-
kind in the world. He is ably assist- to mention. Any subscriber to this Examined H. J. MORR1Contractor
and spectors J. J.
ed by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant Clubb will after reading this paper, this 9th day of approved by me ; Corbett. Clerk.
April A. D.
editor. These two well-known we believe renew their subscriptionfor M. E. BROOMS Mayor., District No. 14.-T. C Williams, and Be

gentlemen also have a large numberof same from year to year without L. B. Davis .and T. G. Hall. .Inspectors -

department editors and special any solicitation upon the part of any- / ; W. L. Mclnnis Clerk. Apply for plans, est
writers. This magazine alone is one. ORDINANCE NO. 57. I
District No. 15.-T. J. Lanier J. and specification
for the
worth the that
price we
All of the above Magazines and An Ordinance providing for the A.
and J. J.
entire Club. In its class no Collins Inspectors k&
Papers contain stories and reading establishing, opening and extending ; Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C.
A. L.
this country compares with it. matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City of Live Burton Clerk

MODERN STORIES of Mew York the family from the smallest babyto Oak Florida, from the east side of District No. 16.-E. K. Goff, A.. J. fleatlacbGGBromo.

is a handsome and well known pub- the oldest member. Every depart Ohio avenue eastward to White Futch and D. W. Harrell Inspectors THe Great

lication which is published monthlyand ment of the home farm and businessare street in White's Addition to said J. C. Brock Clerk. ;

is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and thirty-two Pe
District j
monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pic- (1032) feet, said street to be fifty No. 17.-J. S. Parker, T. ]

worth the entire price of the Club. tures and illustrations in these pub- (50) feet In width. W. Scott and W. H. Johnson Inspectors -

Carefully edited and contains matters lications during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor and ; H. B. Brown Clerk. "Note the Word peps

that will interest every: member o* the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Live Oak The Board ordered
family. papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: the Clerk to HeaditfcJ*

be able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1. That Wilbur street in prepare the official ballot to be votedat GUKtbOn

SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is pub- of this kind, composed of such repre- the City of Live Oak Florida as it said special election to be held In 11
St. Mo. the first of
lished at Louis on
sentative Papers and Magazines and now stands be this
opened extended and County on May 2nd
each month and contains from 60 to 1907 and SpoM
can to each and established from the On the
we say every one eastern side of place thereon the
70 It is one ot the best-known names of all
pages. that our offer Is worth many times Ohio avenue In said City quali-
fifty feet
magazines published and Is in its the price of $. .15, and no one will in width at right angles with said fied electors who by reason of petition No Opiates. Absolute!! \

:fifth and year.contains It is handsomely many interesting gottenup make a mistake in taking advantageof Ohio avenue eastward to White street or certificate are entitled to hare IB Dns=.\*. IN 1St. d
same. in White's. Addition to the said City their names printed
articles full of valuable: Information thereon. Por S*l. BVJ
We call your attention to the ad- of Live Oak. the northern boundary The Board
for every member of the family and vertisement of the Club elsewherein of which said extension shall be a adjourned to meet April The

wilt please all.ItLOODED I this edition. You will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio 26th. 1907. City

STOCK MAGAZINE is j detailed' information in regard to the avenue from a point on the eastern W. A. TISON, Chairman Llil23trwiyi.

one of the handsomest and most read- Club. side of Ohio avenue directly opposite J. Wv BRYSO Clerk.

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i supplied with an abundance of good clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the processof
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work that enhances the MAY 6TH.
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.PBD 4Iir: ( JIISSOCRI..pp I his native 'st."t-ti and moke 'a good ., Vl SttsTHEPVRHEIIj 1l1 AND PLEA8t1RE "
early '" '.
governor. Though It is too 'yet 1 ;
.. In >Ila oed next year, for the
Afternoon to foretell who will be strongest 4n
first time will be tried the experience Pi\:
Except Sunday. the race, we may be pretty sure-tie
of a state primary"elfctipnj; for '
for people will call for a xnaiwbosaevery,
a th nomination of candidates state
X. F. SHERWOOD.. Editor and Ma'eT.. interest is identified with that of his mm Down UPON THE SUWMNEE: IJYtr
offices on all party tickets. All the
state who is unbiased,and who will
COMPAIT. vote will be cast on the same day
not permit hid own" Ideas to deter Mineral :
making the election, practically a him froar'fulfilling the wishes. of the Springs, Hotel and Cat
Entered at the Postofflce. Lire Oak. general election. Missouri has never
I majority.- Fort.Pletce-Tribune. TABLE. : -
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter had a state primary and politicians IN
( .- November 7, 1905. are continually asking what It will PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY pAygyy -':!

mailed to any part of the United candidates, particularly are The trunk line railway companiestell un a. 'li

'' States postage prepalr for $5.00 !studying the effect of the new prim- *us that the volume of immigration ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWy NO PflRK. FLOBIM

.,' per year; $2.50 for six months; ary election law as It relates to their to the west is greater at present ? ,

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents own personal chances for success. I than it was in any of the preceding . . . . . . ..........JI
for fire weeks. In advance. De- The state primary will be very expensive years since the early 90s. More than
livered to any part of the city by some of the candidateswho 500,000
say immigrants from Europe
carrier for 10 cents per week. The World's
must canvass the entire- state. have settled in the Mississippi valleyin PleasuresWe

On the other band there are many the past six years and the num-

0 FOR STATE SF ATOR. who claim that the new primary will ber who are coming in 1907 Is above all know what a blank, dull place this 'YOnd -_

Seventeenth Senatorial District. be no more expensive than the old that of the corresponding time In
'be if it were not for some of the pleasures that Will
The friends of Mr. J. B. ,Johnson convention system. 1906. Along to April 5, the date to we

hereby announce his name as a candidate There are 114 counties and the city which the comparison Is carried, termingled with our work and worry.. :-m I

.. for State Senator, and earnestly of St. Louis in Missouri. It will require 1907 exceeds .199 to the extent of

solicit the support of all good true at least twelve months' vigor- :over 22.000... .Moreover, more, than Some wad ti

Democrats at the special election to ous traveling to make a campaign in 80 per cent of.the immigrants to the pleasure or comfOrt

'c be held in Suwannea county on all of these counties. Even a visit west have been ticketed for points
May 2nd. VOTERS. to the county seat would scarcely be west, of Chicago.All .- in theirshoesthata4|

possible in less time than this. But this will be pleasing news to ply because
they ijTei]
FOR STATE SENATOR.I the wise candidates for public office I the people of this section. ,In theo !

hereby announce myself as a I does not confine his campaigning t early days of the immigration wave found the right kind:'

candidate for he office of State Sen- the county seat In any county. Thereis most of the incomers located west of In the"Qualcef"for .

ator for the Seventeenth Senatorial more or less prejudice in every the Alleghenies. This was especially .

District of Florida and respectfully county between the political leadersin true after the Grow homestead law $3.00 there is a. stj

solicit the support of the Democratic the out-lying districts and those of went into operation in 1863. In recent
voters of Suwanneo county. the county seat and the wise cam- years however the greater partof ; ish, nobby shoe for every foot, and as Quaker shoes are asi:
W. A. TISO I. paigner wishes to have both elementsin the immigrants have remained .In by experts in a Specialty factory, over foot confess

his favor. The campaign for the the Atlantic seaboard states north of !

The Louisville Courier Journal nominations of various parties is Maryland. Over: 1,100,000 of, Immigrants lasts and oat of the best.and most popular leathers they

comes out fiat-footed for Bryan for likely to open In Missouri during the came into. the country in t sure to fit well and give satisfaction, which means plea]
present fall over a year before the 1906 but nearly two-thirds of them
actual election of the state officers is settled. in New England, New York I "Quaker" shoes are made by the Goodyear welt pro cts.

made, and at least twelve months before -
Money Invested in Live Oak or Su- New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The t doing away with the tacks, wax and thread found on tb&
is held.
the nominating primary
wannee county property Is sure to number which are coming west is in-
yield a handsome profit. An economical candidate for a creasing absolutely though possibly f side of so many shoes that hurt, burn and blister the &

state office ought to be able to make not proportionately. the
Very likely ; This too that thay soft and I
means, are pliable :
the race In the Missouri primary for
f The United States government has irrigation act of 1902, when it be- \ 5

been instructing stout people on how $40.000 or $50,000. For the office gins to .assert Itself with some posi- All in all, with every item summed up, you win find ti
of governor or United States senator tivene&s. will Increase the ratio of
to get thin; and the Florida legisla- his expenses would necessarily be immigrants who Cross the Mississippi. '< the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be bought
ture will now try to force the lessonon
more but even then the expenses can One of the of
pleasing signs the
the railroad companies doing busi- ; $3.00.
possibly be held down to $75,000 or times is that tip south is getting .;;
ness in this state.
$100,000. The race for governor in much more InmiiraQon than it for- Remember to ask for uQuker-uThe shoe that does*
the primary in this state only requires merly atracted._ 'hA chances for "
: A French writer says that in nine; the expenditure of from $25- ployment in factories and on farms i hurt*' 2i

: years 550,000 mytor cars have been 000 to $35,000, and in a state like and plantations
are numerous in theo
manufactured in the world at the cost I Missouri the expenses "Ought not t south, but that section
was neglected
of a' billion dollars, and he admits be more than double what they are in by immigrants until recently. Event i Dowling Lumber& Naval Stores!

that the United States has taken the Florida. 1'\0. a state primary is no now It could give employment 'to

F lead in their production. I it might be,
so expensive a luxury as hundreds of thousands more*persons .

and the Missouri politician will find than It gets. The state authoritiesin BOWLING PARK, FLORIDA :
r The Florida legislature will please I this to be a fact after one trial.
a large part of the south are -ore- . . .
make a note .of the fact that the people
paring to engage in the immigrationinducing -
of Iowa and Nebraska satisfied -
THE PRESS OX CANDIDATES:: FOR business so far as they
with the work of their recent
GOVERNOR.The can do this without, coming |n con-

'; legislatures.for you That's gentlemen.some encouragement Ocala Banner in a strong and flict tern with states the, ro'l law t.tare Some. thinking of the about wes- iiSOUTHERN'II I

r 1 unanswerable dom of the press editorial unwittingly on the gives free- engaging in this business. "The re- BUSING COLL!

The Washington (D, C.) Post says: out a plank from Gen. Gilchrist's cord of immigration to the west thus
i "There is a good deal more to the far in 1907 gives some hope that the .
platform, should he run for governor. _
U railway: business than running trains industries of this region will event- ,
The Banner his
and collecting fares," remarks an excnange. actly.-Punta Gorda Herald. ex fully get the supply of workers which : I 'III

Assuredly. For instance, they need-St. Louis GlobeDemocrat. :
there is bluffing the interstate com- .
All of our newspaper brethren of I
merce commission.
Florida who attended the meetingof

f the Press Association at Key Westa In an eloquent manner. Senator .
Politics make "strange bedfellows." Beard, in speaking to the .
couple of weeks ago, have had noth- joint resolution -
It is possible, but not probable that introduced him to .
ing but nice things to say about thee by amend the
Grover Cleveland may make thI tion introduced by him to ,
great hospitality of the people of the amend the
I nominating speech at the next Demo- Island City, since their return home. citizenship and suffrage upon the :

cratic national convention. Bryan This Is the home of Jefferson B. negro, on Tuesday argued loglcaly ,
should make "haste slowly" in, rash that the :
Brown, and making
we will bet a years sub-
statements about the expresident.If citizens of the : SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
scription to the Banner against a negroes were never

mess of turnip greens, that he will be properly submitted to the states and :II

you appreciate a good advertising in the race next year for governor. ratified by the necessary three- '

medium, why don't :you patronizethe -Jasper Banner. fourths, as required by the constitution : I For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLARS.

e I Daily Democrat? It is read InI I accepting the theory which. : will be issued,, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only S30.00. J

nearly every home in Live Oak and If a man has nothing else to recommend during the civil war, the federal t Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged tia

f by hundreds of people all over Su- him for the gubernatorial government in all its departments :t student entering on this special offer can finish within the limit e(*1

j wannee county every day in the week. office but his money he ought to be legislative executive and judicial + scholarship. J|{
I Try an advertisement Mr. Merchant.It made to spend It. If he has every- maintained to the utmost-that secession i This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. J!
will pay you. else was unlawful aqd that the
thing to recommend him and has Do wish
you your salary increased? Enroll with us, andWg
no he will find himself southern states forming the Confed- t
money badly help you to a good paying position or get a better one than now5
In the past ten years $288,000,000has handicapped in a primary election. eracy were always a part of the yon ;1,1

been sent from the various parts The primary is all right in theory Union. The argument was a long WRITE FOR CATALOG. :. t

of the United States to foreign coun- but in practice it shuts out the poor one and in order to be very exact,.

tries, and nearly all of it went to man, however talented and ambitious. Senator Beard confined himself

enable fresh emigrants to come to A poor man is as much out of placein rather closely to his manuscript of SOUTHERN BUSINESS COllttf( [!j

= this country. For year ending Janu- a primary campaign as a strange thirty-nine typewritten pages, cover*

ary 1. 1907 the postal remittances dog at a frolic.-Ocala Banner. ing every conceivable phase of the

amounted to $60,000,000 and the s question, which, should it result in LIVE OAK, FLORIDA {

number of immigrants exceeded Jefferson B. Browne of Key West, the adoption by the legislature and I

1,000,000, the largest number for one it is claimed, will be a candidate for people of Florida of the proposed L. M.flftTTON, President G. S. STEPHENS, rrlnGt(* .

year of which there is any record. Governor before the primaries next amendment, would bring the regularity -
Florida offers to immigrants the best year. If he should decide to enter the of the last two amendments, to the i .. I t t I I t III I I II I I I I I I Iii i i ii i i i';'';' i i i i i i i i i i i i i

advantages of any state In the Union race there will be something doing. federal constitution before the supreme -
yet a few of the vast army of Immi- He is a splendid campaigner a good court of the United States for monds, of New Orleans who was in

grants find their way to this state. speaker and an able lawyer a fine the first time for judicial settlement Washington this Strengthening the Tk*+
week. JudgeFavrot's Paris.
No doubt hundreds and thousands mixer and all round jolly fellow to April 17.The m r

would come if they were told of the meet and the way he treated the press constituents probably will King Edward and King YI ,

wonderful resources and the oppor- boys at his magnificent home in Key There has been considerable specu- send to congress in his stead former anuel is viewed with the utm

tunties offered here, and until some West is the way he treats everybodythat lation as to whether Congressmanelect Congressman Samuel Robertson., i taf action in governmen

efforts are made along this line and happens to come'in his path.- Favrot of Louisiana, would go Although cleared by the "unwritten' here where the rpjal con
effected either Dade to law," Judge Favrot is considered as not likely to
some organization by City Star. Washington to be sworn in as a dead
the state or the state board of trade member of the house. Judge Favrot ly, according to Mr. PGUtical-1 the cordial relations exIsting $

or some other body we cannot hopeto It seems very likely that T. A. i has just been acquitted of the chargeof Italy and Great Britain, bu\

see Florida get her full share of Jennings of Pensacola will enter the murder thl 'grand jury refusing to The dispatches do not I Ing closer the ties between t
immigrants., The present legisla- .race for the Florida governorship.Mr. Indict him for killing his friend. Dr. that among the exhibits say in, countries and France and .rI

ture should take this important mat- Jennings is a native Floridian. R. H. Aldrich for 'alleged .scandalous museum of that :new._ Carnegie the Institute Ing situation.8ubeib a. good effect on the '' '

ter up and see if something cannotbe Being a progressive widewake citizen stories circulated about Mrs. at Plttsburg are Pittsburgh ..

done along this line. he should be alive to the interests of Favrot. According W. S. Ed- 2 8 good men.
the Daily

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%, 'j'i AND _PERSONALS 1 r : IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIiillllllHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIillllllillllltlt Have You Ever Thought .

CIiRONICLED. It is ,the, Most Versatile Musical Instrument in the World : :
I It is the Prince of Entertainers /

It Is a Coomplete :Theatre in Your Home.

rou'caD Hear Yourself Talk as OTHERS HEAR YOU.
U' Making records at home is one of the great amusements connected

with the Busy-Bee machine. THINK OF IT! Your own voice reproduced : ,.,.

I either in song or telling funny stories, the recording of the voices :

; ; Live Oak and Suwannee of friends etc. You can do all this with the Busy-Bee machine. A .:

eet1 Gathered by the Democrat machine that plays a record as perfect as any machine made. It has

Reporter ", a beautiful 12-inch Horn with a highly polished black body with a brass I

tfi ,; bell making a very attractive ornament for the home, as well as producing '

I It all the natural tones of the human voice. j: .

:$ Wadaworth,- of Madison, Is i We have the pleasure of announcing to the general public that we :;;

*ae city today. I IIt -- L______-_____ have been placed in a position by the O'Neill-James Company of ChIi
I : sago Ill., to give to each family a Talking MachineABSOLUTELY =

Remmlngton, of Pinemount
'L +
-ta"tie city yesterday. I FREE WITH $20 WORTH OF TRADE

,jp.. Boatrignt. of Rossburg, was S Call and see us and bear the sweet-toned Busy-Bee Gold

the city yesterday. Moulded Records. I


ftl,. High, of Padlock, is here to-

r m badness

f Ir'yos want to sell see J. M. B /ley: In addition to giving away this high-grade machine, I am going to.

"tensed auctioneer He 7115. P give a Busy Bee record with each additional $5.00 in coupons.

., Call in and see this machine and hear some excellent music.
G. J.. Karri and N. II, Meeks of A Graphophone

acij Sink were In the city today. THE'LADIES' EMPORIUM !

II> --
HIP Carter, of Pine Grove was ';:::" LADIES and i
ng business the city today. L. S. HARVARD, Prop. Ll061{. FLA. i

|c, D. Blackwell was In Wellborn .111111111111. I III' 11111111 t 1111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111 i n 11111 n i n i n i u

business yesterday.

3 -- C. N. Hildreth. Jr., and wife, are Surasky Bros.' show window/ are The children service conducted by

.E.McKeill made a business trip visiting relatives and friends in Well- FOR SALE !now trimmed as handsomely jra y.any Rev. Dutill will be at four o'clock,

Wellborn yesterday. born.] I ever seen in Live Oak. Troy are Friday: afternoon at the Methodist

: certainly exceedingly attractive. church. Let all the children come
R, E. McNeill is visiting her Mrs. Vergie Register of Jasper IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED and parents also. Spiritual trainingand

U in Jasper for a few days. was here yesterday on a visit to her SUNDAY trains over Live Oak. beautiful songs will be taught

-- sister, Mrs. R. E. McNeill.. I Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leaves them, and in the near future a child-

.McAdoo went to Lake City this I Real (state at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning ren song service will be given.
rung; on business. TO RENT Furnished and unfurv City at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

-- nished rooms, address "R" in cave : ,
round trip. -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the
ffia Bertha Hodge returned from of Democrat. /tf
I stomach and makes the breath as
, today and went to Gainesville. .
jf Mr. Wolcott. of the Converse sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by
Rev. T. J. Euans will,hold services farrnsUc.
and Bridge Co., was here yesterday. The druggists on a guarantee relief plan.It .
" Dan wife re- at Suwannee Springs next Sunday
Ids -' company have the contract for buildIng conforms strictly to the National
Mi from Fenholloway today. morning..
{ the bridges across the Suwanneeat Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by

Luraville and Branford. City Pharmacy. dw*
'&. Marble, of Salem ,1s, here Miss Ada Stewart, of Milliard anexmissionary USTYOUR
: --
v 1L P to Brazil is \
on busjn here a ; '
( .r A delightful rain fill here this
guest of Mrs. C. N. Hildreth Jr.
t PROPERTY morning, which will do great good to
t H B. HeKenston went to Day 4 I When think
; growing crops. More is needed however I you
Jot title morning on business. If you want draying done or /a ;, I II
WITHUS. as most of the ponds throughout -
s- trunk carried to the depot, right I about that fine
the county have gone dry and
: Batherlori..of Luravllle, isIwdty quick phone 129.: W. N. Boat ght.
I stock is suffering for water.
today, I Watch you
Col. of 'Tallahassee -

.11 Morrow and wife ,of Mayo, was here today on a short EDWARDS REALTY[ CO. SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, need thinkRADFORD'S
Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leavesat
hj I the city today.. visit to his son, F. Ion. Robertson
8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning of

A.: Ledbetter, of Gainesville, is W R. Thurston has returned to Lewin Building, Room 3. at' 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

"rdty.yHendry. Live Oak and proposes to make this I round trip.

t his future home. Keep on smiling, and read our We are to note that Mrs Sid
[ of Lake City, is relit
; magazine and
I I l bdge has so far recovered from her .
the Ethel. Read our greatest magazine and clubbing ever offered by this
prolonged illness as to be able to b<* Where will find a
clubbing ever offered by
newspaper Particulars elsewhere in this issue. '
up. She has had a long seige, and
L Folder, of Unaditta, Ga.. is this paper. : choice assortment of
for a time Jt was not thought she
_,1 on business. r Willis Gerow son of Postmaster I
1 i Dr. Brown was called to Mayo last Gerow of Jacksonville is in the cityon could possibly recover. I the very bestG20RYEARS

J. H. Anderson, of Atlanta night on professional business, and business, and on a visit to Col.
-KODOL is a thorough stomach
today en route to Mayo. returned today. Porter's family. re-I Wat6hcs
lief. It digests what you eat
gives the stomach rest and assists in
i E. B. Duke,Tarpon Springs Col. Mallory Home of Jasper, pas- 12.50 wagon seats, new at J. M. '
restoring it to its normal activityand
[here today on her way homeS sed through here today en route to Bailey's, the Auction House >for usefulness. KODOL is sold on a

"Georgia. Peacock. $1.50. Other things in prop tlon. guaranteed relief plan by City Pharmacy -

+ Be quick. S tf dw J. D, KADFORD,
f geyser, representative oftbern Mrs. Scott Hall, of O'Brien, who i
has been visiting here a few days, :LIVE OAK fLA.I .
Printers' Supply Co., W. F. Taylor, painter and decorator p........ Hall last night for I
returned home this morning.Mrs. .
IJPfcXtott. D. C.;. Is in the city to- has just finished a nice sign for
Tallah where he goes on busi-
the City Pharmacy, and is ornament-
S. L. Blume. of McAlpin, who Ing .the front of that store. ness connected with the school. Mrs. tlBOOR OIItl Ness N Coe
Hall him far Live
..Lewis Lazarus, of Adel; Ga., has been here on a visit to Mrs. E. as as
> > J. Blume, returned home today. .I Oak where she will visit a brother
a a Tlslt to her
J parents, Kennedy's Laxative Cough Sjrup:
that until the
at place professor'shomeward
Chas Rubenstein. The pleasant cold remedy that expels A PEACE OFFERING.f .
trip -Miami Metropolis
Mrs. J. L. Edwards and son, Har-
the cold through its action. on the
Bailey, the ry, left for Fort White this morningto *
auctioneer, Is bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy dw
'll .t his home, and has been spend a few days.J. -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough

|W! ta his bed since Sunday. Miss Annie Grubb has returned Syrup. Children like its pleasant

B. Barton and wife made a tripto I I from Hampton Springs where she has ,I taste. Contains no opiates, but drives
&oneand Suwannee Springs yesterday in the cold out through the bowels. J
E. W. Irwin of begs visiting Misses Naoma and VIola I
.11. are Chastain's Reo. I Made in conformity to Pure Food and
In the city today; Hampton for two weeks. I II
t of,the Ethel. Drugs I.aw. Recommended and sold

Capt. Strange, the Coast Line I I by City Pharmacy. dw*
-Wben you need a pill, take a pill I ,
t" Harris contractor stationed at Perry, was
and C. L. LeGebre "- and be sure it's an Early Riser.
.I r"1'today G-, are registered at the here today. They are sold here by City Phar-I Hon. R. J. McCutchean, of Dade I

macro dw City, chairman of drainage committee : -
Services at the Episcopal church was here this morning on a short y
i.P--. tomorrow at 4 p. m. :Meeting of St.Luke's .
and from here left
Butler and two little visit to his sister,
of the
Guild after service. Rev. B. P. Rape, pastor
"M.to Jacksonville today and Methodist church at Wellborn, is for Fort Lauderdale to inspect the
d Ua tomorrow. -- -- work there. McCutchean is a ( you and your best girl have hada
at here on a visit to Presiding Elder
choir will meet
The Methodist "
d1 hard-working young member of the "misunderstanding, and most eng-

.McClenny, wife and seven thirty, Friday evening at the Hendry. house, and is one of the best representatives aged couples do have them, you know __

t iter, were children, church. Let the members who are Pasco county ever had. the best thing to restore her sweet
& Of the Ethel here today, interested in singing the gospel be Especially recomended for Piles-- temper and your own, too, will be a

present without any further notice. that Is DeWitfs Carbolized Witch box of our delicious Xu nally's choco-
Hazel Salve. Sold by; City Pharmacy -I l'I"aM" Take Notice.
IM Special singing Sunday night. lates. For who is the girl who
Vhaatal a went to Branford dw* The Ladies Emporium and Mrs.Lawler's '
i could resist the charm of our Choco-
tii%_ and Put la order the launch NOTICE.A I Milinery Store have kindly late They are pure wholesome

to Mr. Verno, directors' meeting of. the Producers Mrs. Lawler* has pust purchasedfrom taken charge of some of our toilet and delicious; and second to none In
Chas ln three fine plate articles ("France-American Hygienic" There
Warehouse Co.. will meet at T. Al quality. are more lovers'
iJz11** over Live Oak my office on Saturday the 20th, to glass mirrors, twenty Inches wide ). Our patrons will please ask for quarrels "patched up" with our candies : -
H1 to Dowling Park They were made them when shopping at these two than with other
i leaves discuss matters of business to the and five feet high. any
'; and. I, ands places. Thanking you in advance for
1:38 Chastain, are cer-
p. m., ref bere by Mr.

,! ..:'s.s E. _fisn 49 v 'p. ia.-5 0 cents I i company.Live CHAS.Oak. Fla.H.. BROWN' -President. Oak.tainly- as fine as ever seen. In Live your patronage.ST. LUKE'S GUILD.v fWri Mo o Book O oOtl N Nes 'CO.





3CuEDULE. Xews of that Favored SedJon.b7

= ..
-1EAD OW1'I.' : : TUlL u.u>> 11P.No.1 Farmers are busy planting. replanting "* Manufacturers of .

and prospects look bright for .. ,
N0.?. N4 4.
No.1. Maid Local Fgt abundant harvest this falL
an Lumber Ice
YiD1 amend r.\TI0Ns. Exp aDd rpa Except We are having some wet and cold Electric II

Eova. E Daily cpeesa DaiI7. Sunda weather now. Howere, the cold did Power and
.. Turpentine].
--- i
; not hurt things here so very badly. I

Live Oak_..... ..-a'- 10 50 a.. i W p. I The birds are whistling "Bob
730 a m 330pmL. f Electric Lights in any part of the city fun k'
f L". l White" like spring time and the s&e$ ,
t 50 am' 34 p mLv. putter 10 30 a m I 20 pm I II and the or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.
I music of the hummer song 53
_Stokle) ......__._--Lv. 10 ZZ am' 80 mL0
s 06 a.. bp r. of the plow boy are other sure signsof day and night current-for manufacturing pnrZ>os edli'
La"r .L" 10 40 am. 4S
Lv """" P ID
s It a ID I" p m 4d : the arrival of spring. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
t 08 L" -Kirkland -.l.w, 10 10 s m 4 .o P ID The hard road question is comingup
3.e and all orders promptly filled.
640 t 19 p 1ft 111 Ar _.. .W martb.__. -.- L.. 10 eN a m tO p.. again, and we would like to say tion, ..i'We

150 a ID L,,_ w 4.5 ...-Ar. that we want to build our hard roads will give you good prices on low -

110 a m t-.... -t:::: ..-..--' -.-..-::::.-=:: and pave them with gold and put up flooring Come and'get our prices. gra e'
9 30 a ID 4.5 diamond mile posts and have a new
Ar WilmuI.h..... .......... ... -. s..;
950 a m Jerusalem right here.
"'7 L" AI. r.'l a m 4 Up..
10 00 m t 20 P ID .6 We are having a nice little Sab- his danger he may have a fatal mala nee. State of
/ _, _......._Lv. Fioridg,_
1018 a.. < t& pm Lv.- ---SuwanrRi"er 9 61 aID .11 pm bath school at Oak Hill school house. dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the the second day af

Lv--- Norwood..'. ----L, 9 45 a m I 51 ID than I trouble it corrects irregularities the Van :,
10 20 a m 4 ao pm 1.Y p It has been organized more a first sign of as said Thursday beJai

lOse a mC.opIDAr....- ------ .J.IQo. .. ........_._._Lw. 9 ,ia.. aup1 m year. and prevents BrI ht'. Second Dayqt J

.....- ....._M--...-.....- --Ar. school will disease and diabetes.' City Phar
U Evergreen for a State Senator of |S
---1- ----'-- be on Saturday before macy. dwTHAWS
I".--... .....-....-- -Alt"."... I reorganized Florida from the
the second Sunday in April. tonal
..... __ .,,-..-----_-...-._---1... District of lI4'irt!
11 06 m think COUNSEL.
a Mr Editor what do
f-..... ..... -11..1-- .__Ar. 9 at am a 40 p ID you posed of the Coy CC
11 loam 4 42 P 1ft .. about the hard road question? fill the vacancydeath

11 ZO a III 4 U pili L" fr.----Ar. 9 30 am' Z5 p m Wouldn't it be so nice for us to have Hartridge, and Peabody are RetainedAs on the fifth da "'g?

LY_ ...... d..r._ _L" 9 Z5,. Iii ? of Record. ;e :
11 IS a m 4 S: P ID -.Saltla-- m p mLv gold roads and diamond mile posts of Hon. J. R. Newlu, g

11 46 a m 11G P" .----A ZId- -.-. ._L" 9 06 a ID I 45 p.. If this misses the waste basket, New York April 17.-Clifford W. said District.

llb4 a m S11pm Lv Charlton.E.8 ....... ... _-- -....L". 9 00 a m lIS p will come again. A VOTER. Hartridge. tonight after Russell A. I In Testimonyn

L" K L.. mm had had talk with hereunto set my hand
12 K a ID 5 IT Pill s.e 8 53 a m 2 28 p Peabody a Harry.I

2 Lv_. __Fenh w __....L. 9 j3 a. 2 10 pt2 m Doing Business Again K. Thaw In the Tombs prison made' Great Seal of the St&te' .

; 9.m.p. ay!Lv" Dl'nm&rk-'U ....._L" ""When my friends thought I was public the following letter: at Tallahassee, the :"
24 a m b 43 P a.aII 838 a m 1 Ii P a I about to take leave of this world on "Messrs. Hartridge & Peabody. 8th day of April A,, 1>:1*

181 Ar. Peft7 ...._ _...._L" 8 ao ami ZO P III I (Seal) H.
U ID I 5Q P aecount of indigestion nervousnessand Dear Sirs.-Please continue as my attorneys CLAY CEA t1Seaetari;

general debility," writes A. A. J
of Very sincerely.
.. (4) T.lerraZL 01'TeJephone Stitioe. (f\ Flu Statio", (d Rqiater. W Regular Stop. (a) I Chisholm Treadwell N. Y., "and *v "HARRY THAW" J. H. RICKERSON, !

"e81:7 Statioa Genera er Ac.nt. T. P. AL TON. Supenntelldeut.um. when it looked as if there was no Lawyer Hartridge had no commentto Sheriff Suwannee t I

tope left, I was persuaded to try make on the letter. !

TO THE Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say Although District Attorney Jerome c. \v. wlLS
I that they are curing me. I am now '
returned to his office from a visit to I I
doing business again as 'of old
his home in Lakeville. Conn., today T AILOTailoring '
JAMESTOWNExposition and am still gaining daily." Best
: no move yet has been ,made toward)
tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby -
the applications for Thaws release.
done it Rs
Barclay & Groover druggists.
Daniel O'Riley of Thaw's counsel '
Price SOc. dw* antee store. Prompt terra
called on Mr Jerome this afternoonbut
tlon guanoteei
he said that matter of ball for
the prisoner was not mentioned. Mr.

Jerome in speaking of the case said I A COU
\ via the Came to an End After Three nay,,' that his position is unchanged from

Session. what it was Immediately after jury I I -

New York April IT.-The first reported a disagreement, namely that LAXATIVE
AtlanticCoastLInePeople convention of the National Arbitration he would oppose In every way the release
Peace Congress came to an end of Thaw on bail. I ,

tonight after three-day's session, ,When questioned about the signed ,
all Florida the Atlantic Coast Line .Pur-
over see
with two large banquets, one at the statement Issued by :Mrs. Nesbit-Hol- >

pre Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two Hotel Astor: and the other at the man, mother of Mrs. Hari K. Thaw, THE

Waldorf-Astoria. The event of great yesle day, Mr. Jerome 'said. he had I
daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. est interest was the decoration of read it. "I connot vouch.for some of VSjtft

Andrew Carnegie with the cross of th ethings said by Mrs. Holman because IDEA am-" :i54

the Legion of Honor by the French I do not know about them" j(I .

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson government, represented by Baron said the district attorney, "but I can !

D'Estournelles de assure you that when he said she !
Constant, in
sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. appreciation Ta* Rat atnr B1ea I alIIIJ
of his work for peace and his furnished the district attorney no In-I I ..

Coach excursions at very low rates. gift of the palace at The Hague. formation for use in connection with I "A Cold or a Coin 18 *

For further information see your nearest railroad agentor Baron D'Estournelles de Constant the trial of Thaw she spoke the truth. I ducea constipattoft-tha to*
announced in his Mrs Holman I eyea. DOM and throat te&dii
address at the never gave 113 any In
write Frank C. District off the system through the**E
Boylston Passenger Atlantic
Agent, Waldorf-Astoria banquet that the formation." !1 I For the want of molstorttbiia! :

Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. cross of commodore of the Legion of I I,I dry and hard." Nearly*2.=

Honor, had been conferred by the How to ."-,Appendicitis are constipating.upecI&IJ! *.
Opiates. Kennedy's l.w1Iw.
French government on Andrew Car :Most victims of appendicitis aretto I' Tar moves the bowels.KENNE.

Live Oak Perry & Gulfs I negie. and they proceeded to the =e who are habitually constipated i
J banquet at the Hotel Astor where Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures; I

Railroad the decoration was formally presented chronic
Company. constipation by stimulating ,
I to Mr. Carnegie.For the liver and bowels and restores the LA XJ1l
Schedule Effedhepril 7, 1OO7. I II i
I Lasting Peace. natural action of the bowels. Orino '

want BOUND EAST BOUND Laxative Fruit Syrup does npt nauseate
1ST.CLASS 2D.CLASS I Peace among all peoples; peace HONEYut
1ST.CLASS 20.CLASS or gripe and is mild and Plea5ant -
Mail di ----Frt. and Mail A .... 'PaasenFrt.. and I that would be lasting, if not indeed I to take. ,,
Pass. Pas& Refuse substitutes. !
cere .
Pass. ger j get Pass.No. *
eternal Relieve Colds Vy
.I. -that was the ideal raised City Pharmacv .9
.1. No.5. No.L No.2. No 6. ,I--No. 12 t No.to aloft to be followed by all nations, dw iSUIT of the aystem throefh i
Daily es. Daily SundayDaily: ex.. the bowels.
Daily. Oaly Sunday. ex. Sun Only 'only SundaA. by the speakers tonight at the dinner AG\I\S TSEABOARD. i', __ Relieve Courfa 1f

M_ P. J4. P. M_ P. M. P. M.. M. I at Waldorf-Astoria hotel arranged I strengthening the mocoai

Laav..3 Leave 130 Leave 240 ....__..-._..Liv. Oak..................... Arrive 430 Arrive& A.iJI1' rive 9 40 I, to close the deliberations of the Is Brought Because of i f the throatchoathmC' .
8 13 1 43 2 M ................._Rocky Sink................... 4 16, 5 601 1 9 19 I peace congress. Alleged I
a 8 18 148 300 ......................._Starr....._.._............. S 412i 34 381 8 Breach of Contract. : For Croup 'WhoOPJA&

82. 15 S 315 ::::::::::::::::::::::::Pelatt..:::::::::::::::::::::::I a :: 527 1 : :'i : :m The American flag hung from the Atlanta, April 17.- lafluenM Cold, Lung, Br*a4 Bna-,.1
8 34'' I 04 I 30 ......... ........... Laneaater..._......._.... 356 6 9 26i S wall at the head of the dining apartment Charging in effect LSoneF :
Lv 8 39rAn 2 09Ar! S 43 ..................Dowling Park......_..._..... L" 348'L' 18t/Lv 9 18 L. 8 4500 and around it that the Seaboard promised to remedy It equal to I'Put
Ar 8 45IIILv t CS1L" t 10 ............... Dowling Park ......._......... Ar I 39 II 10 IAr13 Ar 8 12 were suspended l u4 7&1' C> !
860 t t9 4 15 ......... .........._Chance_............_...... 333 506, 9 OS! 808 the flags of other nations with here give them rebates and then renigged '
53 452 ....... .... ... .B.U......... 330 the Nickajack I up"tic,its sae'if..
: 57 4 57 g7 ::...:.Ma: ;. Janction.::::::::::::::. 3 181 5 03! 903: : :: and there banners bearing the courtof Milling Company has oratoryKt.0.Derrlet .'
a 9 00 Ar t 2 ........................Day_......................... 'Lv 9001 gone to the courts to enforce
Is 5 00 L" t 4( ............Dap_........................ 8 s 15 00 8 56!, 'I is arms of the coutries that will take demands
9061 5061 t ..........................Silo.......................... S 19 454 IAr, 849 'I 35 part in The Hague conference The company alleges it I Sold by City
1 and
; 10 : 10 : !.::::::::::::::::::::.Townsend..Smith ...::::::::::::::::::::: 3 2 15 58 : 2S 40j! : 4S.30.: ; : that have taken an active part entered Into contract with the Sea
42 .. .FenhoUoway--- .. .... 2 12' 15 board
1: 10 : : : ::::::::::::::: : .....P.rry-: : :: :: 2 g : 00 i : I : : through the citizens In the present by which the railroad agreed I

Arle: UIAp' 6 M.20 I Ar P. M 6 ..............._Hampton Springs ............... L..2 l.IL 1 ; 3 CSILr 1 kCSL, A. M 6_:10U.YO congress The floral decorations on in to give It what are known as "milling

: : the tables were roses and carnation s' transit' rates. It states that the FOlf

) AND -\L TON nU.\XclI. After a reception In the Astor gallery railroad refuses to return the over I

the 600 guests, who Included charge of the difference between joint

both men and women, passed into the rates and through rates, and accord I
banquet room As the suit. !
camp enteredtne
Frt.A. Frt. & Posse n 'Passes Frt. & Frt. &. Passen;Passen I. nail. Kremser's Old Netherland's T H0NEYINDThe
Pass Pass. per Her Pala Pasa. *
per i cerNct This
Hymn of Thanks, was by the May Interest You I
:'. Nct:9, No.l1.l i No_13. No. b. No.:0. ; Ne:":i i Noa 16, choral members of sung No one Is immune
Daily Daily Sunday Sunday DsiIY Daily 'Sunday Sunday the Rubenstein from Kidney!'
ex-SuD.eLSUD. Only Only ex-Sun. ex-SuD. Only I club. The trouble, BO just onfl
_:__j 1 __ singers, all young women"stood reriember that !

A. M. I P. IL 1 II P. M. A. M.I I P. M. A. M1P.I !II. in the upper balcony, and while Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir- I,
:Lea"e Lave Leave' Leave
Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive
9 101 t&C? 401 i 3Ot..M.yoJunction..... ......... 'I 58 8 singing they waved the flags of all regularies and cure any case of kid LAXATIVE cook
I 9 26, 4 S6 1 953 1 543:.................... .Clark..................... 7 391, 3201 842 b5.: 20 152;:: the nations. Then ney and bladder trouble '
S 06 03 53' -Peterson. 7 2 the guests that is not
1: :s .3a s tg 15 : 55I.:::::.::::::::':::....Maya..::"::::::::::::::: s 7 fl''. 2 :s 8 832.20': t 30 i2 were seating the choirs beyond the reach of medicine. For colds. tJS*|
ArlO 10 Ar b 4O'Arl0 U 41 15 ............... .... Alta ......_.... ........Lv 7 OOL" Z 30Lv{ 8 10 t.. 120 rendered the Pharmacy City troubles.coughs No opiatC60 '
"Peace Festive Hymn. <
Spectators dw 'I Si If
Regular stop. Connection made at Dow ling Par for all trains to and occupied the boxes in the balconiesand NOTICE Good for everybody'IT1e.Qeaah

from Live Oa, and Perry. For information as to connections with by the time the OF ELECTIOX. I
other lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent 'phone 147, Dow every convenience for listening to the To the Sheriff of Suwannee County, FOLEVS HO:"JY:*3'aYellowpackaH

ling Building, Live Oak addresses had been taken. State of Florida:

THCS. DOWLIXG, President. R. P. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. Know ye' That I, H. Clay Crawford Prepared ***j
A ComP1
An Insidious Danger Secretary of State of the state Foley
ol Florida do hereby City Ph
One of the worst feature of kidney that a notice
trouble is that It is an Insidious Special Election
disease and before the
realizes will be held in
.") county of Suwan-
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r AAAvvYV mmwwwwm-ww-w-w-* w m FORMER SOLOXS. I Origin of "Graft."
(Chicago Chronicle.)_ \ The Extra Specialsin "
I Correspondent Recalls Former Starsof Lake Port City Ia., April 10.%

;:: EABOARD Legislative Sessions. In 1858 I, participated In the 'deliberations -; Spring Sack:

(Tallahassee Correspondent Jack- of a school meeting held

i sonville Metropolis.) near the north shore of Lake Men-,

Airline Railway. "Where,* the confirmed political dota Wis., and among those pres-; Suits For Men

pessimist "where are the men-the ent was a Scotchman of the name i

,For Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, stars who once studded the political ,of Howie: who charged the old school: and Young Menat

Washington BaltImore firmament of our state-the illustrious I board with Improper use of its power i
\\I.Y\Raleigh' & :in handling the school fund and
and New York. chosen sons of Democracy who $15 $18 and
t once made the Florida legislature a I was asked If he intended to chargethe ,

thing of beauty and a Joy forever old board with theft. 55
THRfcTELEGflNT TRfllNS DfllLY and whose intellectual brilliancy His reply was to the effect that. $20.that .

shed the light of other days on the he had not used the word theft or.
I Florida Limited we are offering this week must
E, Seaboard desert waste of Florida politics*" thief but as a nurseryman he had convince every man who examines
often taken a scion from one tree
"The confirmed pessimist
paused them that they are without exception
Seaboard Mail : | and grafted it on the root of another -
Express :
Seaboard not so much for an answer as for tho greatest values ever sold at these
I and where the operation was
breath and continued: "I remem- popular prices. '

t- Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ber when men like Frank Clark I successful the scion grew and flour I If you want a smart uptodateMICHAELSSTERN
E Col. Chipley, John Hartridge Dr. ished by drawing its sustenance
from a foreign source not laid down :,
Gaskins and Charlie
Dougherty, sat
t The Seaboard Florida Limited in these halls-when the Inspired in the book of common law in nature -I }

E The Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train be- ; eloquence of "Ed" Hammond the and the gentleman was free

St. Augustine, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond ; ; legal lore of Jeff Brown and the to draw his own inference but It 1t
and Washington Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M., ; ; fiery onlaughts of Yancy. of A. S. must be understood that the tree
was compelled to act, while the parallel 5j
Mann and John Stockton stirred the
12:40 P. M. daily including
Jacksonville ,
gad human grafting was voluntary.
blood and warmed the heart; when 5i
; the wit and humor of such men as During the following year the me-

The Jamestown Exposition Line ; : Jerry Sullivan Major Healey and chanics engaged in building the Insane i

poor old Tom Shine--peace to his hospital at that place were an- i

F t f NORFOLK, VOnly /\. ashes-brought to the serious busi- noyed by the disappearance' of

ness of the day-or night-that many tools, and as many of us were
line operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New cognizant of Howie's remarks on J
forietM. For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any > lighter touch that reminds us that
{agent of Seaboard or write, ; ; all men are kin and that the deepests grafting it was a common remark

I S.C. EOYLSTON JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent,.Jacksonville;Fla.f : ] may bear on its surface the among us that "the" grafter" was

lightest hippie. Where are they busy again today.
....'... I t T T * Ml t I I II I I 1 I I I now-those figures heroic humorous Permit me to suggest that the

. word graft as now used in the political
or pathetic, we knew in the days
...... . . . . . . . . . . that are no more? Mostly dead vocabulary may have been

' dispersed or done for. And what born at the above-mentioned school
OUR have we In their place I will tell meeting. A

you. Mostly men of desolated de- i
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is ; Don't Put off *
corum rigid, respectability -
broad enough to accommodate all, and t
-men who never broke their for tomorrow what you can do to

tHERE ARE ITS PATRONS: word a bottle-or a friend. Men day. If you put off buying a bottle
without intellectual Illumination of Ballard's Snow liniment when
f:, 1.-The young folks with their small savings. men who remind one of nothing so that pain comes you won't have any.

2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fund much as people who go out on a dark buy a bottle today. A positive cure

to procure'a home, or a competency for old age. ; night holding up a lantern, with no for Rheumatism Burns Cuts.

( 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and oil in it." And gravely wagging his Sprains Contracted Muscles etc., T.

the income provided. venerable head, this survival of S. Graham Prairie Grove, Ark..

4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment setrner adys. slowly made his way to writes: "I wish to thank you for
the postoffice, to look for the letter the good results I received 'from
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida \ir' that never came. Snow Liniment. It positively cured "
me of Rheumatism after others had FINE
Every dog has his day and every CLOTHING
r,.M._fn.m *c .
failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug *
dog doubtless thinks his day the best -. ....
and yet, when all due allowance for Company. dw*

prejudice is made, it must ,be ad- Suit for business or dress that will
Good Luck 'Rastus. look and fit as if made to measure
mitted that the last few legislatures
then shouldn't fail and
convened in this State have been conspicuous "Erastus have you prayed as I told you come
these three After Easter specialsin
less for their brilliancy you to?" -
the noted
than for their solid steady, seagoIng "Yas, indeed, sub," he replied."I .

HERBINEFor qualities. done prayed, an' I tole de Lawd I
Perhaps it is, on the whole, as well wants to jine St. Paul's Church, and =

for the people who must, when all is de Lawd he say to me: 'Good luck,

said, pay the piper; but, nevertheless, Rastns; I been trying to jine dat FINE CLOTHINGYou
s 7tsl>s least
those who are looking backward church for twenty years myself."
rather than forward, must sometimes will find,the style and quality,

SicK Livers breathe'a a sigh of regret for the days Why the finish and the fit of the suits of

that are no more, and the men who have a tortid liver when Herbine, the your size at every price precisely as

made them what they were. only liver reguator will help you? you want them. Details:

Florida has probably never seen There is no reason why you should J single and double-
assembled in all its history, a safer, suffer from Dyspepsia; Constipation. At $15 breasted Sack' Suits
-COMPOUND saner, sounder legislative body than Chills and Fever or any liver complaints In all the approved

the one which today adjourned until when Herbine will cure you.F. Spring styles and fab

CONSTIPATION DYSPEP. Monday afternoon. No one could C. Waite Westville Fla.. writes: rlc-effects-gray and brown-toned

QUICKLY CURES SIA.ALL MALARIA.LIVER COMPLAINTS.A CHILLS and. truthfully call it an eloquent or a "I was sick for a month with chills worsteds cassimeres, cheviots and

GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by brilliant body; it has few frills-it is and fever, and after taking two bot- tweeds--coustom-tailored and fin-
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle purchased good, honesFhomespun"with no fireworks tles of Herbine am well and heal- ished equal to $30 to order-

today may save you a tick spell tomorrow. -no red fire, but simply a con- thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company made suits, for your

vocation of plain business men and dw* tion at only selee$15

CUBED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER farmers, with something less, per- His Accomplishment..

;: ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. haps, than the usual number of legal "But," she protested, "you shouldbe aU the advanced

W. A. Whitewall, Emory Tex., lights to illumine the dim abysses of ambitious to make a name or a A t $18 styles In smart sin-
write: "My child had chills aad fever gle and doublebrestted -
"constitutional law. fortune for yourself. You can't make
i for foe years. We tried all kind of cut; strictly hand
J medicines,and family an acquaintance of anything by sitting still.' tailored throughout and made of excellent -
.:. mine recommended Herbiae. We used Good Judgement "I can make love," he replied, witha
three bottles, and the child is now completely g&ulful worsteds, cheviots cassimeres
cured. You hare my permission is the essential characteristic of men simper. and tweeds in beautiful patters of
to publish this testimonial, as I cheerfully and woman. Invaluable to good newest color effects-precisely like
recommend Herbiae to all mother" business men and necessary to house- The New Pure Food and Drug Law. the $35 tomeasuremadesuits
hiring children afflicted at mine.
wives. A woman shows good judge- We are pleased to announce that here in all styles at
ment when she buys White's Cream Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, only .
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. Vermifuge for her baby. The best colds and lung troubles is not affected -
LOUIS U. S. A. worm medicine ever offered to moths by the National Pure Food and the finest specimens

Many indeed are the sensible Drug law as it contains no opiates or A t$20 J of high class tailor-
ing in all the smart
mothers, who write expressing their other harmful drugs, and we recom-
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY for the good health of their styles and exclusive
gratitude mend it as a safe remedy for child-
.;Suwannee Drug Company. children which they owe to the use ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* suitings of finest quality-Imported
and domestic
of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold worsteds cheviots serge -

by Suwannee Drug Co. dwWanted J. T. Craw-ley, of Jasper, si in the and cassimeres-the counterpartin
itt Tows PROCLAMATION every detail of $40 to-
man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4. to city today. Mr. Crosby is a graduateof
**? fa hereby given that at the measure-made suits special
'** fill unexpired term, caused by re- to Know. the Southern Business College. $20MENS'
etJ City Election of the for this week only .
of Live oak. Suwannee County moval from Wards and resignation New Boarder-"I notice madam and has a lucerative position as

** to be held on the first Tues- I of incumbents. that you have one of these picturesof stenographer with CoL Mallo'-y SPRINC SUITS FOR BOYS AT

q May A- D. 1907. at the !I Given under my hand and seal a clock, with the legen beneath, Horne, $2.50 TO S7.50

dumber, and In manner and !' the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907. No Tick Here. "
prescribed "Yes, sir." Kitten by a Spider. Every suit at every price built of
J by law. the fol- Landlady-
(Seal) M. E. BROOME.
_alclpal officers of said I Mayor: City of Live Oak New Boarder-"Does that refer to Through blood poisoning causedby carefully seclected materials; tail-
oed by specialists to resist ,
ire wear
.be toted for and elect Suwannee County Florida. the beds or your business? a spider bite, John Washington,
: A keep their shape and fit perfectly in
Mayor> a Clerk Treasurer Attest: of Bosqueville Tex., would have lost
4es5Or erery size-Norfolk, doublebreasted -
I. Collector. Wed by same person; I S. P. MAYS Clerk -Mr. S. L. Bowen. of Wayne W. his leg. which became a mass of and single-breasted Sack, and

; a Marshal and I Live Oak Florida. Ca., writes; "I was a sufferer from running sores, had be not been persuaded dainty creations In plain and fancy
T lnspector fllled by same ,I tba' at times I to t ry Bucklen's Arnica
and per- Kidney disease. so fabrics for little men of 3 to 8
l",, ? Alderman. from Ward i;+;++1111 >**.>++ > > n i n i t* could not get out of bed and whenI I I Salve. He writes "The first ap- years.BUTLERBROS.
Alderman relieved, and four boxes
from ward No. did I could not stand straight. 11 t p'ication
i -
detmali from Ward No. 3; ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol- healed all the sores." Heals every

It from Ward No. 4; !I | lar bottle and part of the second sore. 25c at Barcla- & Groover,
from j dw
Ward No. 5; an cured me entirely. Foley's Kidney I

>.....i r0-ami the City at. Large: Solicits patronage-Office Cure works wonders where othersare --

'. exA.d Trustee I. at residence-Phone your (3 rings) 148 ti i total failures. City Pharmacy riLmIi ErA. fAR "
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street, and were Jumping back- from the rails myself.. of
ACCIDENT- 15 West Simpson ophthalmology, a system not prac- banker for |10 easy tlt

THE: ATlANTA suffering intensely Wednesday from Dr. and Mrs. Broughton both received ticed by the so-called opticians who been paid and the trideii

d their injuries and the nervous shock. terrific blow 'i pass through the country. The doc- This is indicative of"S?

1 Three circumstances appear to be "Mrs. Broughton was hurled to the tor will be here in person on the thinks
t of the prospects .
'responsible for the accident: The ground and appeared as though the %3rd. ,
lilt AXD MRS. LEN G. BROUGII- crop this year. He dcei.
- projection of a fence which is built car had passed entirely over her
f TOX CONDITION IS QUITE the freeze has lefties!.
around the excavations being made body. I think however, that Dr. The Misses Alice and Gertrude
- SERIOUS peaches in his entire oreta
: Masonic and which en- Broughton Bad pulled her
ij for the temple just be- Guerrard have returned to their -
blocks the eastern corner of yond the traek. When I '
} II tirely reached her homes In Atlanta to the extreme re- Miss Kamara Fen4,
the Peachtree sidewalk at Cain I side she was laying face downward
gret of every person in Live Oak who take a photo of {ex

:I HAD VERY NARROW ESCAPERev. street; a cab which was driving out i i with her head beneath .the fender formed their acquaintance. They work-" your t

Peachtree and which the party was upon the rear of the car.
', have been the
guests of H. A. Black-,I Farmer Brows:: "J3
trying to dodge; and the street car The most'remarkable features of burn's
.t family for the past two yew kin spare the tint.|f
coming from the rear without a warn- the entire affair to me was the ap-
; Ridley of this City, Will Remain I months, and their stay here has re- Miss Kamara Feeadr
parent indifference of the
ing. street car '
With lr. Broughton Few Days sulted in a continuous round of en- camera will catch him II
- and his wife and men. They did not ask a single
and Fill His Pulpit Sunday Dr. Broughton 'tertainments in their honor. They twentieth of a second.' 1
Mr. Ridley were on their way to services question to ply knowledge and the are ladies of culture and refinement Farmer BrownT :

at the First Baptist church. On car was gone in a few moments after 'who have
won many lasting friends take ye two hours ter
tbe accident h'ad "
reaching the Masonic temple excava- occurred. here. Their return here next year workinV 1
(Atlanta JournaL) i
tion they were forced by the barrierof Rev. Mr. Ridley has consented to will be heraJded with joy by at!. ,
By the space of an inch'and a moment remain in the
city for time
the fence to turn into the street a and will Messrs Joe Hinely, Fred, Harry and
or two of time Dr. and Mrs. Len have charge of Dr. DEPUTIES lilt
and were picking their way across the Broughton'sBible Frank Blackburn and Dr. J. M.
G. Broughton escaped death under work while the latter
asphalt and tracks whena is dis- '
slippery car I Price acompanled the
the wheels of a trolley car about 8 abled. He will preach ,next ladies as far as they Are Under Ctarptj+
cab was sighted just ahead. Dr. Sundayat Lake City.
o'clock Tuesday evening at Peachtreeand Broughton drew his wife aside to the tabernacle.At slaughter oa That A >4jMarksville.

East Cain street. Both were avoid the cab. 3 o'clock the condition Dr. Jas. A. Leslie has La.,April jjf|
devised a cata-
painfully injured, Mrs. Broughton and Mrs.
Broughton was about the with manslaughter for fts
seriously so, and their guest, Rev. C. Car Was Upon Them. same. maran at Branford and with it is taking -

A.'Ridley, of Live Oak, Fla., who wad s At that moment though they did ; out sunken logs inthe river by the carelessness la alloilig
I Charley Strauss to bek
them, sustained bru 1 score. It consists of two barges
ises. not know it, the car was almost upon The Democrat is pleased to learn built side by side* but a few feet terday, Deputy Sheriffs 4J

them. Mr. Ridley saw the headlight that ex-State Senator J. M. N. Peacock apart, on each end of and J. J. Salmon wets to*

Mr. and :Mrs. Broughton. with Mr. beating upon the wet pavement and of Pinemount, has decided to is known, as a Georgia which Is what:, here under arrest ifli 8f

Ridley, were crossing Peachtree near with all his might shoved Dr. Brough move to Live Oak and make this his which loam, or windlass -' $700 bond each.
the excavations made for the forward. There not time operates lines and grappling -
being ton was future home. Live Oak is to be hooks, which Strauss was hanged 0

new Masonic temple, when a south enough for a word of warning. %Dr. congratulated on havlne this r..r. ---- log at the bottom
bound electric car bore down upon Broughton caught the situation and gressive and of the river. i
enterprising gentlemanand crowd of masked mea
By this device he
them, without the warning of a bell, seized his wife but before they could his estimable family taken out many I
as citizensof thousand feet of ties as the latter % *
it is claimed. The car was coming take another step both found them- our city, and the Democrat; on.behalf sunken timber. I
negro to jail.
Many of the
from their rear. Mr., Ridley saw it selves in a heap and heard the air of the good people hereextendto ; logs have been in the _fy
river for
in time to push his friends forward, brakes of the car throbbing,imediately them a hearty welcome. forty years. This is 'treas
Senator Screens made, and .
ure trove"
but not in time to save them. Mrs. above their faces. By springing Peacock recently sold his and a great amount of B fr
entire In- lug done. Address
Broughton was knocked down and backward Dr. Ridley had saved him- terests at .Pinemount, and after sev- money tbe- is to be made in the recoveryof 128. A. E. MCZZLChamber

fell with her head under the.back self, though he was struck upon the eral weeks pent in looking over same. Several northern people
various -
platform of the car almost under the shoulder as he leaped. sections of the State, decided are Interesting themselves in Mr.
wheels. In a struggle to save his I device and the probabilities
Account Accident.. tlaLive Oak was the best place of
wife,. Dr. Broughton also felL I them all are that a stock company i will be or- !

t As soon as :Mrs. Broughton could Rev. )Ir. Ridley in describing the ganized and a mill erected at Bran-

be freed from the trucks she was ;accident, said: ford to- cut the timber. Operationswill '

taken to the residence of Mr. Carroll : "I was going with Dr. and Mrs. Lem Sherman, colored, who was be extended up and down the Colic; Cholera & D

Payne, where she rallied sufficiently Broughton to attend the services at tried yesterday on tbe charge of assault river.

to be taken home in an ambulanec. the First church. '\'e were walkingup and battery in Judge Conner's Almost every

The car had struck her full upon the Peachtree street. At a place court, was acquitted, and he will be Ladies, I have just opened of a reliable remedy
a dressmaking
where they are making excavationswe tried this afternoon on a charge of diarrhea at tome tsnelyear
back and right hip in a way that may room in the Lewin building I

have caused internal injuries, though encountered a high fence built robbery, in forcibly taking two bot and will be glad to serve '

this had not been 'determined Wednesday .- across the sidewalk and started to ties of oda water from a negro boy. faction guaranteed. Give you. Satis I II his remedy

morning. cross the street. The case is most too frivolous to me a trial. I by dealer who .
, "Just as we stepped upon the streetcar warrant consideration, but when war many >can and
: vSpent. Sleepless Night It has receivedtestimoniah
rants are out, the I
tracks my attention was caughtby morn "cases must FOR A $10
BILL. from
It was not until Dr. Broughton had the bright flash of an electric be tried. If the complainants could v {

seen his wife to safety that he real light. Turning quickly, I saw that be held for costs where acquitals This Shows What It has been pr tam
Tate Thinks odara with the
ized his Then he felt occur there would be of the
own pain. a the car was almost upon us. It was less frivolous
sharp, twitching about his leg and traveling,at a rapid rate. If the litigation. -. Prospects. reaJts.

almost fainted from suffering. His motorman rang the bell I did not ,.LThe Elbert Atlanta, April 17.-James Tate of I I medicine It hat could often hs sa'

right ankle had been sprained and hear it"In of county, owner of an orchard
system eye treatment that I or a physician
had swollen so that his shoe had to an effort to get him out of giv"es>Tesults is the system that containing 10,000 peach trees ac1 II It only co* '
r be cut off. Both he and his wife danger I shoved : cording to a well authentlated '
Di\ Broughten with pleases. The system practiced by Dr. at*the ; story you afford to risk *!

spent a sleepless night at their home all my might at the same moment Armstrong is the most modern system year's crop Capitol of peaches' today to has an Elberton sold this'I.I title? BUYFTNO*




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