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 19, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00056
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Important Measures Being t Daughters of Revolution Held Lively _

b1.Bcth,Branches of ... I Election-Some- Shrewd )faafpuJaI. -

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Washington April 18.:White the.
19.-The flghtlegislature W-b
April .
I I vote of the continental congress for t
was over the Wat- V
national officers of the Daughters of '
"' election bill which was
prImary the American Revolution will not be
-'credal: order In the house: of announced until tomorrow
Cn v\\ morning
morning. 'V
atatITes yesterday I it is freely admitted-bjr both factions
T at'11 o'clock, the clerk had
.p tonight that Mrs. Donald McLean hasn
half of Its thirty-two
rfenU about >een re-elected as president generalof

jgoBt> when the hour of adjourn- the society. Mrs. McLean's sup ,

tf' one. arrived and caused ItsLonuieat porters claim that the entire admini- i
until tomorrow. But ; o
,/ stration ticket will be elected by an

tsntfl after two spirited debates, overwhelming majority.The E

',rf them lasting an hour and bothfcg vote received by Mrs. Eliza-

'the hill as reported by the bed Eleanor Howard of Alexaan-

<" tte ;of which Its author Is J dria, Va., who was nominated by

n, the committee on privi- v o S the "insurgent" faction: her friends

and elections practically In- I declare will make 'her the logical

candidate to succeed Mrs. McLean at
lie frrt amendment to the bill wasosfd J the next session of the xxmgress.;?*
by Mr. Knight of Columbia, .. J h At 11 o'clock tonight the tellers, -

a'nored to strike out the' poll + ; t who are canvasing the vote, announced

cation for voting In primary -.5> __ that their'work would not be com-

DoL, Mr. Knight made aeecb /'/7r4 : plete for several hours. The official

ta favor of his amendment 'Ii: report they declared would .not be

|ft{ that this state Is possessed of made public until submitted to the

Misses of voters' the honest l -Berry man i..Washington Star.STORM congress tomorrow. Only two candi- f '

the --- '- _.. ,. were
gj til* purchasable class and. -- --- -- ------ dates put In nomination for

fwtit elass..who will vote ..hlehft1 president general Mrs. Donald Mc- V

they are desired by,the men and her master Capt. 1 Monroe G. Lean, the present Incumbent, and

"jrttt, jay their poll taxes. He IN JACKSONVILLE Sloan ,was drpwned. HEAVY NEBRASKA ,SNOWEASTERN Mrs. Elizabeth Eleanor Howard of

gtttiiU, corrupting ,to politics There were two men" on the tug Alexandria, Va. Mrs. McLean was ;

,:severing objections that' It with Capt. Sloan who "managed to I placed in nomination by Mrs. A. A.

|U'deprive the school .fund of a get one of the boats loose and save Kendall of Maine and Mrs. Charles
je.revenue,'-ked'how many of themselves from a watery grave. Terry of New York speaking on be-
,'members' the house wanted One member of the crew, an aged half of the majority of the delegates
Ir children educated out of a fund ",'. man. rowed his boat up to the Mei- from that state, seconded the nomination. '

.vu virtually used to corrupt theQtthe ril-Stevens plant' shortly after the -

to- state? But Mr."Watson storm and reported tbej loss of. the The surprise of the occasion and

|. 1 speech In favor of the bill asirted. CAPTAIN SLOAN DROWNED tug with her! master. THE FALL WAS FIVE INCHESReport which indicated that Mrs. McLean

Judge Griggs of Franklin, This man whose name could not did not have the unanimous support g

3 O\ believe there was so muchftpttoo be learned was bleeding from several I of her own state delegation was the'
from this source, and Mr. wounds on the head, caused by,being nomination by Mrs Little of .Roan V _
Negro Killed by Live Wire- Windows From Sections of the State
of Escambla. also held struck by manyiargeihail-.tones. ester. N. Y., of, Mrs. Howard for the, s_
Were Demolished-Buildings Unroofed Are General .s' to Damage to '
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presidency and the seconding
hr vlews. The motion received I general -
-Hail and Wind'stOrm Negro KilloV 1"r' < Wheat and 'Fruit' Crops v r
Myport from any quarter, and was of It by Mrs. J. Herron Grossman _

cm ,the' table by practically ataou Ben Wilder, a'-negrb laborer who Ii also of New York. After the ballotIng i

I ,vote, resides in Brooklyn was instantly began Mrs. McLean, the presi-

It* next amendment,:,was offeredr Jacksonville, Fla.. April 19.-With killed about 7:30 o'clock last night I i Omaha Neb, April 18.-Five Inches -I dent general said that she had been

'Reese a rush and a roar a hall and wind at the corner of Stonewall and Win, of snow fell during last night Informed that many of the delegates
| and that was to strike
a the bill the clause'authorizingikta storm of unusual severity struck ter streets by walking into a live J: and continued today. The fall was: had filled out their ballots before ;'

r Jacksonville about 3:30 o'clock yesterday wire and Mrs. Batey and Mrs. Pope general over eastern Nebraska and Is: coming to the halL She declared that
Inspector to assist in thexwtlon !
afternoon and for fifteen who reside in that neighborhood the heaviest known for April for : shewas astonished upon hearing the
of their ballots those who .
lot read wel} enough to mark minutes raged with an Intensity that were badly. shocked, by the same wire. ,many; years. i statement and that she would .appoint -

I own ballots and this broughthour" had never before been witnessed by Boat Turned Over. The snow fall extends over the a committee to find out if possible -

fc the oldest inhabitant and completely wide area, acording to advices from how the ballots came into the
debate. It was contend- boat about feet
i bf''sir: rt outdid all records of the local weather A white thirty points in Iowa Kansas Missouri'and possession of the delegates. New'
ese; who led the fight, launch,
long apparently a
bureau. Colorado to the south which report a ballots were distributed and the bal
TUeWllllams of St. Johns and
was sighted on the shore, oppositethe
While the heavy clouds in the west light snow fall, while northern Neb, loting proceeded.
Ifcrrta..'of Du al. that while
a Oil
Standard Company's pier .
raska, southern South Dakota north- '
II and southwest gave due warningsfor
not' dishonest because iseUtthe
afternoon.The .
Riverside, late yesterday
more than a half hour previousto east Womlng and the Black Hill LEGISLATURE DOL GS.
greatest good to the turned and
boat was over was a
the bursting of the storm that are covered with a blanket of snow
number could best be sub-
something unusual might be looked Apparently In good shape.Vhether six inches deep on the level whichis Tampa Fair Bill Intrvdaced--Chlld
by retaining an educational or not anyone was drpwned from this
still falling. At Northwestern Labor Rill Doomed and Stetson
for prepared for what ,
no one was
cation. and keeping sacred the _
craft is not known but somethingwill
followed. railroad headquarters here it was University Bill Introduced.
o| the ballot the obJection- from her to-
JT probably be heard said that the storm is practicaly the Tallahassee April 19.-2:30 p, m.
''flaose providing that "one orof When the storm broke over, the
day. same over the entire system west of -Senator Crane, of Hlllsborongh
: : the inspectors might city it began with a pattering of rain
( preue The Official Statement.The the Missouri river. county introduced today: the Tampa
ballot for the elector under which in a minute or two turned Into I
hall-storm was purely local in State Fair bill appropriating thirty
Opinion as to the effect on fruit
c 8wtaMs named ,while thefi4ment'was hail and in a half a minute more
vigorously opposed hail stones were coming down In character; and although very severe !I and ,early vegetables varies. Along thousand dollars for the fair. There
vicinity of the city, will be a hard fight on this bill
MW to be correct. In in the immediate the southern and central belts cherries -
t8oa.Mrt.Griggs.; Mr. Rich- torrents or more "
e' et'' "Waknlla. Mr. Knight of volleys. probably did not extend over a great peaches plums and berries are Senator Crane has also introduceda .

ambit territory. said by some to have been ruined almost bill amending the charter of the
Mr DuPont of wind accompaniedthe
Johns. A terrific gale
DeLand. This
at the Stetson University at
1 Reports are not available entirely while other growers
; Mr, Faulkner of Taylor hail and added to the damage how far- bill is along the line of the resolutions -
present time to show just and dealers re-portthat fruit was not
ULPlalAMnguage,that public that was being wrought in all partsof
but'stormsi adopted by the Florida Baptist
*****,U:the reaching its influence was. far enough advanced to be seriouslyendangered I
most powerful law the city. Window panes were
** i this kind seldom cover an extend- The winter wheat cropIs convention at Live 9ak in January.
_*br'the:and that In the communities cracked by the hail stones and when] edarea.I threatened with damage. last and provides for nomination of i

people'would feel they broken blown In by the force of the I I persons as successors to each .

*- "flea raged It by its provisions the wind. Skylights were lown, off orj i I; \ Hope of Release for Harry Thaw. TWO CENTS A MILE. member on the present board of i

enacted Into law would broken by the hail and buildings i I trustees. The intention of the bill
'>telated l Pittsburg. April 18,-Mrs. William .
habitually. Mr. Farris were flooded. |i I is to place the university under control j
mother of Harry K. Thaw accompanied One Vote in the .
tL1rould. Thaw, Was But Dissenting
not be a real violation People on, the streets made wild !I of the Baptist convention of i

Uw to "fudge" upon it a little dashes for shelter and for ten minu- j I by her daughter. the Assembly. Florida j
*. rural of Yarmouth, and Josiah
communities where it tes or more during the worst of the Countess Albany N. Y._ April 18.-The As- The Child Labor bill was practical

*" !Pork '\ hardship upon good storm, the streets were deserted, by C. Thaw a half-brother of the prisoner sembly passed today with but one ly killed today by numerous amend- I
*lit here tonight from New
;'Yhb had the misfortune not human beings except those widly arrived dissenting vote the bill providing fora ments.
** Thaws left the train at
We The
to read; it was intended chasing after frightened and mad- York. flat rate of 2 cents a mile on all A new apportionment bill has been i
station of the Pennsylvania -
.trneat corruption in the large dened animals that were running in the East Liberty railroads in the state. I Introduced by Senator West of the f
therer Railroad and were immediately -
there Is a large pur- every direction to escape the fury of first district
btetote driven to Lyndhurst the
and where. In order the storm Sheriff Rickerson and family re- The senate and house have both
that family home. It was learned that
they had "delivered the Steinhatchee last night adjourned until Monday afternoon
Captain Drowned. hope of having turned from
"eonPt Mrs. Thaw has given up .
voters would take ad- been camping for 3:30. .
bail where they have
tc the law to have the \n- While the severe storm of yester- her son released from' Jail. on the past ten days and enjoying a In the senate it took several roll
ors trial. .
?rep&re its height the pending a new ; .'
their ballots, and day afternoon was at 4 the excitementover
Reese : splendid outing. The health of the I calls so great was
dt lt'specially upon the little river tug Annie.B.Hwhiiegto = has' been greatly 1m- pending measures before vote '
family ,
Dowllng' Park is. entire :
make a landing off Commodore'sPoint "C. R" Jordan ". eould announced. F
1 1ad mill sank' in4< khe city today. .. *... p'I rQved.: oa adjournment
'on page eight.) Just below Cashen's .f. ..:.1 '\ ,, ,I'c ,v_, .1., ,

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-- wPnewDo la's :Deadly Work *,.._ "fast Because: 6RDIITASCE 'No: :*oV. to the northern.:bounadry of Wilbur ?ROFTC.
;- : street it BOW stands, running at
as ,
your coach is only In the throat and An ,Ordinance 'to melut Sections

has so seriously dected-__ my, fight does not trouble 'you now. don't 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No.-16 of the feet right,to angles White.to street BfcidOMo in White's avenue Addition 1032- L iow*, of

:: Inns" writes Mrs. Fannie Connor think that It needs-no atentlon. Whenit City of Lire Oak. Florida being an is Mid City of Live Oak. Florida -
of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. Tenn., Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to 4
has not had much of a start is the .excepting therefrom ,three feetacross' gROWN
"that t' coughed continuously night prohibit the running' at large on the, the .northern side of, the
time td check it. 'The slightest
streets of
the City of Live Oak of
neighbors prediction Parshley family burial ground.l.which ,
and day and the cough easily leads to Pneumonia horses, ,mules hogs and goats ando la Included In said description

consumption seemed inevitable Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle t provide for the Impounding and and within the Iron fence Inclosingsaid PHYSICIANST. &:

until my husband brought homea of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will disposing of the same," passed, burial grounds. ""
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery cure that cough.' 'The price puts it September 30th 1903. and approved, Section II.That condemnation OA Z. a 3
October ,
which in : proved to be the th.- 1903. proceedings shall be Instituted In the
within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- DR'J.
Be it ordained by the :Mayor and 1r
and restorer of name of the City of Live Oak. In accordance ;
real cough
only cure nee Drug Co. dw* City Council of the City of Live Oak with the provisions of the
weak sore lungs. When all other Florida hyitdan01flee
such made and prO-
Statutes in case lad
remedies utterly fail you may still able publicatloas of IU kind publlaheded Section la. That Section 1, Sec- vided for the purpose of carryingout
and in the United States. It is tion 2 and Section l'of OrdinanceNo. : Canon .
win in the battle against lung the provisions of Section 1 of
printed on heavy book paper and con 16 of the City: of Live Oak. this Ordinance. Reaidencr .
with New Discovery. at
throat troubles
tains thirty-four is publishedon
Florida,.being an ordinance entitled this ordinance
Section III. That
the real cure. Guaranteed by Barclay the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to "prohibit the running shall take effect' Its by Pbsses-OQles K..aL '::
upon, passage
& Groover druggists. 50c<< and every department Is In charge of an at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the x.ty.a1'

li.OO. Trial bottle. free. dw. I l expert. No one who has horse, cattle City of Live...Oak,, of horses. mules Mayor or upon its becoming aa .Dna.... ..,&
live stock should be without
; or
hogs and goats. and 'to provide for ordinance without the approval of the
this publication. the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. M..K.Bno1Lm&.

WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM is a handsome same" approved October 6. 19d3. bend Introduced by Alderman F. Ion

32-page monthly publication, a the same are hereby amended so Robertson and passed by City

What Five Dollars and Seventy-Five printed on heavy book paper and as to read as- follows: Council In regular session assembled

Cents Will Do. contains many handsome half-tone illustrations. Section.L. Horses mules,' )logS on this 8th day of;April. A D.' 1907.

It is a publication that, and goats shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN Uni oi.r; _,
This paper, at quite an expense ana edited the "Hon. at large upon any of the streets alleys -
deal of work has arranged a is by A. C. Maxwell President. City Council. win Pnetiee"'aII tls
one of the best-known writers in this lanes or unenclosed property of Attest: tai attstis? sign is

Club Papers offer and of MagazInes.fourteen including well-known the country. No publication in its class the City.of Live Oak and that cows S. P..MAYS City Clerk. :.RsataL&eo. Et& AI,>ardurs. ...' t t

compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It shall not be allowed to run at large Clerk of Nft.uT i ii:
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for I. S. P. Mays City the
has been published at Chicago Ill, upon any o( the streets lanes 'or haLaG8tift.!!
only $5": Realizing that we could City of Live Oak Florida do hereby
public highways of the said
largely Increase our circulation we for seven years. other unenclosed -premises City within or certify that the above:and foregoing Lnixo

entered into a contract to use the THE FARM S1ONET'MAKEIi Is a the following in Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed ,
boundary said
Papers and Magazines that compose large handsome publication which of Live Oa"k..Florida. to-wit City "by the City Council on the 8th day
this Club. The Dally Democrat does has been running a great many year Beginnig at a point where ,Irvin ef April A.: D. 1907 and the sameis DE1\'I'b I

net make a cent out of this offer. in Cincinnati. O.> and contains various and First streets intersects and hereby certified to the Mayor for ----
running '
In fact we lose money but by Increasing departments in regard to every south to where Irvin and Car- his. approvaL ORTODONTIJ : Capwg Z '

our 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 W9&% 1 '

more advertising and also get a bet- well-known writers in charge of Houston street thence south City this 8th; day of April A. D.
ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston
to John 1907.Seal
street thence
fore made an offer that equals ours. home and also matter that is interesting east ) S,, P. MAYS or.. tYij'
onJohn street to Church street
Every paper goes to you for one full and of value to every member thence south on Church street to City Clerk. PracticalWATCHMAKER -..

year. All are well known and long of the family.SOUTHERN. poration line thence east cor- Examined and approved by me

established and worth many times the tion on corpora- this 9th day of April A. D,.1907. AQg
line to White
FANCIER. street thence
price we ask. They are from the M. E. BROOME. Mayor.
This magazine devoted 'to poultry north on White street to Howard 35
South': North East and West. ,Their pipe
and all ot its departments and is street thence east on Howard street i
combined values, including ,the Live The Price of Health. stock of Watches
published at Atlanta, Ga. Each issue to a point opposite Georgia avenue [. alw,
Oak DailyDemocrat Is over 113.00. ....
contains from 40 50 thence north to and
to pages, printed along Georgia 1 *
1 1
We are,only able to maker this offer "The price of health In a malarieus :--
In magazine form on heavy boek pa avenue to the northeast corner of L EL BoBnaoK.ATTORNEYS. ;
for short time and it will positively flROBERSON
a,very If per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons Bryson street and Georgia avenue district is just 25 cents; the cost of :
be withdrawn
soon. you
want the best bargain ever offered pet stock turkeys, geese.ducks thence due north along section line | a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills." &: s

you order the Club now. Do not etc., will not only save but make to a point opposite Fifth street I writes Ella Slayton. of Noland.' Ark.
by having this well-known thence west to and along Fifth
wait for you may nesltate too long. .to Atlantic Coast street New Life Pills cleanse gently and Impart
magazine before them If anyonetakes Line railroad uj
If you are already a subscriber to any this publication and does hoi thence southwest across Atlantic new life and vigor to the sys -:
in the Club
or aU of the capers yourtime
will be extended one'year from say that it is one ef the best of its Coast Line railroad to First street tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed Will do >tensrprsciaeigr

date of your order. Probably you do kind and is as handsome; readabl thence west along First" street to Barclay & Groove, .druggists ,dw Federal Coorts. a
and valuable a poultry paper as is point of beginning.
not to have all of the Papers and
Magazines care sent to your address. It published we will sead same to them "Section II. It shall be the duty ROOMS t AD I (t7a.S.aM1I>!sr

not. you can split the Club and have three months as an absolute present. of the City-Marshal or any deputy CLERK AND'INSPECTORS, ,; 'hoq Jt.A'UVE .

them sent ot number of differentaddresses THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNAL Marshal or policeman of the said OAK. R ; ,
Live Oak Fla. 1307.t.
April .
City to take"possession of and II j
or two or more parties can is published in Boston and no matter In place ., -
come !n together and divide the Club what price is paid for a similar publication a pound to be provided for that The Board of County Commissioners I I FOLEYSilONIl?

',among themselves. On acount of the no one will be able to securea found purpose by any him horse or mule them bog or goat of Suwannee County Florida at / ,* : limited time that we will be able t a publication at the same price which running at
make this wonderful offer we will be will equal this one. It published in large upon any of the streets, alleys, a meeting called for and.held on said "

unable to 'furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and children highways or other unenclosed pro- date; at which were present Commissioners -

anyone. We take pleasure In giving and it is worth many times thee take pert within said, City and likewise W. A. Tlaon. M. 1.. Barnett CLINRINWholesale S

a short sketch of each paper in th price that Is asked for the entire possession of and place in said and J. II- Grant
Club. Club. pound any cow found by him or them appointed the following

running at large on any of the streets named persons'Inspectors and '
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL of COLUMBI t MAGAZINE is publish alleys, lanes J
r public highways Clerks
or of an election to be held In
is in its seventeenth i
Memphis. ed in New York in magazine form other unenclosed
year. It is published monthly on the : and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak. within property the of bocnd-said said County on May 2, 1907.

15th of each month. Colonel HughL. magazines of its kind ever produced aries prescribed. Section I hereof. 4 District :\0. 1.-,\\\ T., McCulJe/s.' JlI

Bedferd, its editor. Is writers one of in the the by any publisher.. It,b. ul1 of interesting "Section VII. For catching and J. 'E. Davis and Thos.'J. Kenady, inspectors -
best-known agricultural matter and contains articles Impounding.
stock under this ordinance A. J.
; Williams Clerk.
United States. He lives on his modelfarm which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal
,near Memphis and also has a best-known writers in the country. titled to the following fees shall be en- District No. :.-W. E. Harrell. J. l' !
large cotton plantation in Mississippiand This magazine will please all. no mate For catching and Impounding namely horses: R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson. In-

an orange and fruit farm i ter how critical they are in regard to mules and
cows fifty cents per head, spectors; W. A. Nobles. Clerk,
He is ably assisted by a .
Florida.number of department editors, what they read. goats thirty cents per head, hogs one District' No. 3.=Will McLeod, G.
I special writers and correspondents.The :. THH PRACTICAL FARMER. Thiswellknown dollar taking per care head.of For feeding and W. Goff and A., M. Moseley Inspec- and w,

of Us magazine which is published such stock while in- .
Journal makes a specialty pound for horses tors; W. D Whatley. Clerk.
Manufacturing Lumber and in Philadelphia, is not only one' mules and cows he %
Cotton.Industrial Departments in additionto of the, most successful of its kind shall receive.forty cents per,day per District No. 4.":': L. C. Young, J. H,

full and complete departments but without doubt one of the most head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble Inspectors -

having of the Home. Garden Fruit. carefully edited papers in the United ing per and day per head each; for advert ; Ed. McLeod Clerk. MEA ]

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

bright,snappy news and contains 3 2 vegetables, live stock and poultry horses for mules or cows per head and L. Dorsett and' W. M. George. Inspectors -

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

pages.' of Indianapolis will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.- J. S.
A.1ER1C.PAR.'iER, Newsome. S.
"bog" under this 21
times the ordinance Phone
price that they pay for the shall be ,
Ind.. has been published entire Club. taken to Include "pigs." G. Godbold and Henry Hob law. 'Inspectors -' ,

twenty-one years and Is ably editedb Section Ha. That.thIs Ordinance ; J, H. Newsome. Clerk.
Hon. Solon shall take effect
. contains a full page poem from this published in New York in magazine its passage by the Immediately Council upon i District No. 7.-T. P: Hurst. T. Z. Promdt detoanywhere

well-known writer. It is published form and contains from 30 to 60 by the Mayor as to and approval Hurst and B. M. Holland, Inspectors;
monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis pages each issue. This well-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 District No. 8.-G. H.
days Dorman. J.
well-known stories, and some of the most valu- in
farm than this publics from its ;
passage by the City M. Kite .
able articles which Council. and J. H. Johns Inspectors
tion. are prepared by Passed by City Council ;
in regular J. E.
well-known writers. Every department Ferguson Clerk.
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published session this 8th day of April, A. D.

at Des Moines. la., and has been is fully covered by experts in 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, District No. 9.-S. W..Gary, W. R. City.Tfl0MPS0N
this publIcation. One of the
most In- .
Each issue containsfrom More Calvin
long established. President City Council and Slstrunk" Inspectors
teresting departments is that ;
and it is Attest:
50' to 60 pages, one Stewart
and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS Smith. Clerk.
of the handsomest City Clerk.
world. the head of "For the Llttl Fellows," I S. District No. 10.-A. H. 5II
publications of its kind In the P. Mays City Clerk of the Hall L. .
and another is "Chats With Mothers.
Every department of the farm and Another is "Decoration City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby A, Leggett and J. F. Williams In-

.)eme Is fully represented in this paper Home" and another valuable of Your certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C.-L Sealey Clerk. Drays and Delivery

and each of these departments Ordinance No 56 .
under the head of "Embroid was regularly pass District. No. 11.-s.
Phillips H. Furniture moving *
is in charge of an expert. It is a very ed by the City Council on the 8th
handsome publication and Is a monthly pry, also a department" of "Amusingthe of April, A. D. 190, and'the same day C. Kight and A. M. Lewis Inspectors;: STOVE WW
Children and another under
published on book paper. the head of "Home and one How to Is hereby certified to the Mayor for T.. A. Mikel!. Clerk. *

GItP EN'S FRUIT GROWER, of Really Make it Home" and another his Witness approval. District No. 12.-T-S. D.Hngglns. J !Any length delivered t s

Rochester. N. Y.. has been publishedfor department under the head of "Our my hand and seal of said D. Goss,aad J. J. Holmes Inspectors :

twenty-seven years, and is editedby Beauty Doctor There are many City 1901. this 8th day of April, A. D. Jr it. 'Anderson. Clerk. ; of city, promptly. Tfcusines.

Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said other interesting articles in this pub- District

to be the best-known writer of this Lcation which space alone forbids us (Seal) S. P. MAYS. ,.. D ___,..No._ 13.-H.. E., Delegal W. Fi-

11 kind in the world. He is ably assisted to mention. Any subscriber to this City Clerk. ? .cjuui'*3 ana A. C. Johnson In- '

by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as- Clubb will after reading this paper, this Examined 9th day of and approved by me spectors; J. J. Corbett Clerk. H. J. MOBSContractor !
April. A. D.
slstant editor. These two well-known we believe renew their subscription 1907 District No.
gentlemen also have a large numberof for same from year to year without M. E. BROOME. Mayor, L. B. Davis and C. Williams, an editors and special solicitation T. G. Hall.
department any upon the part of anyone inspectors
> writers. This magazine alone is ORDINANCE NO. 57. ; W. L. Mclnnls, Clerk. Apply for plans ejt*

worth the price that we ask for the District No.
All of the above Magazines and An Ordinance 15.-T. J. Lanier J. and specificates
providing for
entire Club. In its class no paperIn the A.'GlIby
with It. Papers contain stories and reading establishing, opening and and J. J. Collins, Inspectors
this extending ; &
country compares matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City of Live A. L. Burton Clerk Office on Ohio Ave..A.

MODERN STORIES, of New York the family, from the smallest baby Oak, Florida, from the east side of District No. 16 E. ,
is a handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every depart Ohio avenue eastward Futch K. Goff A. J.
to White and
s which is published monthlyand ment of the home, farm and business street in White's Addition to D. W. Harrell. Inspectors; The Great flea

is equal to any of the well known are fully covered by the best writer City ten Hundred and said J. C. Brock Clork.

monthly magazines. This alone Is You will see thousands of new pictures (1032) feet said street to thirty-two be District No. 17.-J. S. Bromo-Pf|
fifty Parker
worth the entire price of the Club. and' Illustrations In these pub (50) feet in width. W. Scott and W. IL T, ,

Carefully edited and contains matters lications during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor If Johnson Inspectors -
and ; B.
.that will interest every member o* the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Live Oak, The Brown Clerk. "Note the Word I

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

be able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1. That Wilbur prepare the official IOn
SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is published street in ballot to be
of kind, composed of such representative the City of Live at said CURES
the Araof Oak. Florida special
at St. Louis. Mo., on as it election to be
each month and contains from 60 to Papers and }Magazines and now stands, be opened, extended and this County held in
we can say to each and May %nd,
one established 1907
from the and
70 pages. It is one of the best-known that eastern side of place thereon the Sid
offer is
our worth Ohio the
rainy times avenue in names of
magazines published and is in its said City fifty feet all quali
the price of $ .13, and no will in fied electors
one "width at right who OpIates.bso1ij
fifth year. It is handsomely gottenup make a mistake in taking advantage Ohio angles with said by reason of petition Ha ,
avenue eastward to.White or certificate
and many street are
of same. entitled to at
articles full of valuable informationfor in White's Addiiton to the said City their names printed hare in Dngfutf.$ .
We call your attention to the ad of thereon.
Live Oak. the e'
northern !
every member of family boundary The Per gain
vertisement of the Club elsewherein of which Board adjourned

.wlH please aU.BLOODED this edition. You will find the* line drawn said at right extension angles shall with be Ohio a 26th, 1907., to meet April The City Pt
STOCK MAGAZINE :is detailed information in
regard t% the avenue from
, one of the handsomest and most rF sa d- Clu). side of Ohio avenue a point directly on the eastern J. W. W. A, TISOJf. Chairman -' LIVE OAK.ttZStrwiYX. .
opposite; BRYSON: Clerk.

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I To Contractors and Prospective Builders: ATE A-


At a Large Expense, fo Increase our Circulation and Give Our will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand. ',
Plaster Laths and all kinds of Brick.
Subscribers the Best of Everything, we Have Made Arrangements y
OUR SPECIALY:.White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. .'
i to Offer Them the ,

I ; i The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I \
I 'Greatest GiuDDino Offer Ever Presented by a Paper
II I I .
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I The season Is at hand for subscribing for your newspapers and magazines for the new year. This .
_ U the age of popular enlightenment through the products ef the printing press. The family which is <
I .applied with an abundance of good clean, informing and entertaining literature is always in the process '
I of gelf-edncation. The man, woman or,child who is reading good newspapers and magazines is going to '. Live Oak Brokerage Commission Co.
I= school as truly as if enrolled.in an Institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundance
! Q{ attractive reading matter always at Band to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incidentto _
I childhood. To supply,the universal American demand for high-class periodical literature we have-i i
t arranged with the several publishers Interested whereby we can offer" you '

I .. :- Flour ."; .

t 'Sipurcn Great Papers:) and Magazinesor! the Price ol only$5.75 ..= Cigars I
Snoiflaie, Comet, Oblisi : Anita Fernandez

.,Look at thjs Wonderful List -
4 t" When you eat good br such as these brands

planters Journal: Memphis, Term. Southwest Magazine, St. Louis,'Mo.: bake and, drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL .

4jntrtcan Tfarmer,Indianapolis,,IncU; Blooded Stock, Oxford,'Pa. I make, Chew Taffy Gum Smoke Cigars of this

Successful Farming, Des Moines,'la. Housekeepers Magazine, Minneapolis.
brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new ,
Maxwell's T TalismanMagazineChicago The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland. "

man. ... .
.TJie: Farm Monsy Maker, Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston" L .,

Green's Fruit Grower,Rochester N. Y. Home Queen Magazine, New York Chewing Gum Coffee

Modern Stories Magazine, New York Practical Farmer, Philadelphia
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial :- I
Southern poultry Fancier,Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul .
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"SEVENTEEN Great Weeklies and Monthlies Combined Price over $13.50


This! i Offer is Good Only For a Very Short Time In Your Laundry Work GRAND

yo -

). fYQU-are already a subscriber to any or' all

of these papers your.time will be extend
ed oneyear on receipt of the Combi-

nation,. Price .j
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f";}REFERENCES- : Any Business House In This City or any Paper in Our PERRY FLA.
!' Club i iON

'W you don't want,all the papers sent to on:1ddress, you can split the dub and have I I11e -I
we feel sure we can give you
> them sent to any number of different addresses. greatest satisfaction. There Is an 'J
Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers added stiffness and a glorious gloss MAY 6TH. '
work that enhances the
put upon our
in Jur Club. This gives a full description Of such paper. pppearance and lengthens the life of 1
The'Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you your linens Bring your Shirts Collars J ,
I "uvaDes Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and iJ
Fancy Vests, Wash Ties etc., to our i '
Laundry and you will have them Come one and all and enjoy your-

I 'Po ei r oM Mo ohiue e is Well Known OM ore from I the e'Norm, South, (fist on WesisEvery quickly and manner carefuly at done a satisfactory in a satisfactory selves.wannee Music Brass furnished Band. Don't by the miss Su- ;

pries- hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

You For 1 Full Year freshments. ;
Goes to
Paper Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr.B. i

J. MADISON President.
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,'MN'T DELAY! CALL AT OUR OFFICE TELEPHONE OR SEND YOUR ORDER IN BY MAIL : Will be glad to furnish estimate -- ,
: on work and will guarantee satisfaction We hare opened up a barber shop :
:.... . . . . . . '1 . . . . . . . . . at best prices. Reference: S. OB Ohio avenue In the Whit build
: A. Hinely Live Oak. Call at Demo- ing and solicit the patronage of the
: crat office. white people. Shop Is newly fitted *:\
''Five Dollars and Seventy=Five Cents up and everything kept neat and :
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., ., = stop the cough and.eels 1.uada McQueen & Griffin. a
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,. UTE OAK _-DAILY DEMOCRAT,_FCIDAT.4IYE0AK PP 1g.li l+ r.- ; ,,,, .4.--... -. "" ", .
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-Ln n a PHIIAJSQPHY..DldUjSpjifc f known.TSanntrdTy> getMfiem',at all?; vial, fig &R TH AHa PLEAIiJR'E' _

DAILY:DEMOCRAT 7 There,Js only ,otte explanation '
that It Is ;
_". notice
'{ the matter-Florida Is not going la 'r INGWp-i
;: }}'+> ziia3ze d :eerr itendba those for whom' you hare done most
after these' people. She Is not/mae-
t Except Sunday.J. -jKKKwfciBdoBt e, .tretewlth ; .If"
$ \ .
i Ing the :eirort'w:.,get:. thejnJjjCghe t is ; -ioI. .
greatest deferenc: ; ffcaejhf jthe 9 st ,... -
F. SHE Wooo'E;'Editor &D9$ a'eT. thankless. and |ipeanest .in!!"theif| .nut ,;i1 1QiUt&her resoorce!asj jljfc ....J 7 I r. 1Y "* .. WPO THE SUWUMEE tflrQ- ic

mssttdotln>orftero get'the people to .
This notj
PDBL1SHISG COIPIIL actions to..rd.you Is always '
THE LITE OAK develop them.
", true but in a' great many In- Minera1'Springs-.UotEl and Cot -
As. :
conipared to the wren waste
ITHE DAILY DEMOCRAT wiii be stances it Is true. Is It human nature -
between' the, Missouri river and the HOT AND cot o BATH3"to SURPASSED. GOCOTAIILL 1 .
United "
:e.L mailed to any part of the or is it cussedness? -Live Oak WATER IN EVERY ROOM. .'WAIUTAAUSo? '

:': States, postage prepair, for |5.00 Democrat.it Black Hills to' which the people mentioned PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EOLflPPZD STABLES. LADY PAYa tR

per year; $2.50 ,for six months; is both thoughtful brothers o? above are now flockins.Flor TESREASiJN'ABLE' .:'

11.25 for three months or 50 cents the Democrat. Human nature Is ida.Has a hfeadredv Inducements- to offer ', s ::,

for fire weeks, in advance. Delivered where they have one. Florida
,; .of the city by "cussed;" it Is the divine nature thatisn't. PflRK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK.
to any part soil is justaa responsive the hand ADDRESS FLORID! ;
10 cents per week. Let us see Just why this "cnssedness" '
i carrier. for of the hnsbandman'as that soil; and
,, exists In the way you say-
more so. The Florid farmer can
r-- and your criticism is true as are most
FOR STATE SENATOR work his ,farm ,ever'day Jn the
_: Seiuferial District. of the things you say. where the farmer of, the.north'
Imprimis, put down yourself and I
west Is iicizenup: foi six monthsofthe I
J. ,B. Johnson' '
The friends of Mr.- the other fellow; as greater or less
CAndidate Florida climate offers bet-
hereby announce his"name as a egoists-and as more or less selfish- year. "

for State Senator,'fend' earnestly not stingy. The thef'felloy Is 'in ter health'longer, ifre.more phfsteal

of all good. true comfort and greater things in all
solicit the support need; you help him. 'He fs still more
election to that makes life worth living and
Democrats, at the special
in need; yoq help ,hint agaio. ,Yon .
f -. be held in Suwannee county o_n keep on helping him. I labor worth w.hfle'than are offered or,,

a May 2nd. VOTERS. Two enjoyed anywhere in- the/worid.
= Secundum things have now
4 ,All these things being true, it
SENATOR.I taken place In each of.you-r minds. In
,, FOR STATE ought t not to be much trop'ble to.get
myself as A his the belief that YOd are his friendand
hereby announce people to come. here and it would not
candidate for the office, of State Senator that, he has a right to call on
be if we after them properly. The-
the Seventeenth Senatorial you for help, blended with'the con-
{ his question Is now. up to the state legis-
' [District of Florida and respectfully ceit that he, because of own lature. "

solicit,tae support o! the Democratic worth has compelled ,your'admira
The tide of fmnigratlorl"norftowlug
:voters of Suwanneu county"i tion. In yours, the belief.that you other
in the direction-must
.. W. A. TISON. have,been a mighty good fellow I
be turned this way.- 'Pensacola ;
blended with' the feeling that, now Journal.A : : SPECIAL .ANNOUNCEMENTFor

that other fellow ought to do exactly .
I A little advertisement_ the Democrat I
as- you say.Tertium. ,
+ will help your business a little, i session. of the circuit court In' I
I Now the,fun begins. You the next three months a FOUR MONTHS SCHo -j
a big advertisement will Just simply Madison county lasting but threedays I
refuse the fellow some extravagant will be issued, good hxANY DEPARTMENT for
only IXUM :;
"do the business" for jou. Give it a Is uie'what unusual, but that ft
' demand, and he refuses to do something ,
trial, Mr. Merchant .,.... is what happened here last week. Special courses man Departments: have been sostudent fi
.. ten him to do. He thinks
entering oe-this special offer can finish
The grand jnry-was empanelled Mon the mii d'j
you are'mean.-'yon think'he'is mean scholarship ,
W.'J. Bryan spoke in Washington. -and both of day ,noon and presented: Its general
you are pretty near '
'\ "ednesday'and This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. '
recently on "The Price ,of Peace. i right Butthis we must say in'-your presentments ) was 1

Strange in Washington they seem to I behalf ,You, as the better character discharged the court finally adjourn- Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us,.wad ie I

think battleships and an armV are all : of the two--the giver-will not be so iac the same afternoon. Splendid help you to a good paying position, or get better one than joe Wt*,.

that is necessary to make a nation : apt to do the 4oadition, s_ u1Iad.l.son; fNew :1
any injury to other;fel- WRITE 'Fili CATALOG.
Enterprise. That is probably the
great. 1 low as will he. the beneficiary, *e
result of the abolish of the whiskey
apt to Injure you. The cause of the

Governor Campbell, of Texas. has I whole trouble, however ,is'that each traffic.. =4
called a special session of the legislature has wounded unintentionally mind FAVORtROHIBITIOS..

to pass a taxation measure, you the self-love of the other.

and the Little Rock Gazette says if i Finally. All this sort of thing win LIVE OAK FLORIDAL.M.flflTTON.Pr&lflent I
Washington Ct Citizens Preparing i ,
they balk the governor may take an i be eradicated when we learn the -nty '

option on a quarter section, of land j meaning of the injunction love out Peudoft to:JL**& tnre. G.S.STEPHENSPriB
Caryvllle-'jAtril.. & i *
with the purpose of starting a neighbor: as ourself, together with a
*"'" Humphrey's bill for state prohibition
yard. thorough of
comprehension who is
., our neighbor-but it looks as thoughit br amending the constitution so that -- ..
section 1, article 19, will forever
The governor of Florida wants the would be some years yet. In the prohabit
the manufacture and sale of Intoxicating nor. Cot Fred Butler cornetists* not at this time obUiaiij?
United States to buy an island aomemeanwhile we may study psychology.
where liquor Ja ,Florida has already Jack Taylor and Joe Hinely. drummers supposed, however that tteiwill
move all the negroes to ituet, 7Tampa Tribune. .a
;, struck it asffagton'cdunty, and : Y.. O. Brown, :tenor; Marvid be brought here for jsa
th and make
m several petitioifi under favoring Butler, trombone Charlie Blackburn The '
: are way ; sympathies of aQ lit ill
stay there. The must havebean ,
OF -
IMMIGRATION this bilL This portion of West alto; H. D. Blackburn, clarion- bereaved husband aid
at.the 13th round of a: banftvetwh
n he mapped out that pro am.Taldosta MUST BE TURNED. Florida is dry so to speak yet there etist; and A. H Lewin. tuba. whose sorrow
= Times. A recent special from Chamber is a large quantity liquor brought ", ;Mrs. Tedder was the 4a'a

lain. South Dakota contains the following here bx the*trai f portation lines. It Presiding' Elder Hendry went to Rev. and Mrs. Barnett, at Tf '

tA bill has been introduced in the : is truti&ios 1 ijf FlUs ilquoy is.usedj by Lake City thU morning and from the former dying at her- fetw '

Wisconsion legislature to compel women That there is a great movementof pers44* 1 froinJ leer :states working there. will go to Jacksonville to attend holloway last year.

of means to support invalid hat emigrants to the reservation county : for the JraribusJlarge 'mil);plants 4 and district conler- nce. He will ;..

west of Chamberlain i turpentine firms. The resident then extend his : 'Miami Dan L. Hiers who
bands. As a matter of fact here in' Is shown by } pop trip to and

Florida ..omen who are without;*anymeans the number of cars which have passed i lation are in favor_of always' voting Key 'V est He' will be absent about here about a year ago far'r']

except what they make. now through on the Milwaukee road Washington county. dry. three weeks. His family'will' Join whiskey was convicted i|

support husbands who are invalids since last Monday In that time 80 I .VJ' him Jacksonville. at the Conference court, and gave a superset i,

by nothing except laziness and worth, cars have been checked through the J. T. Ward, of near Rixford, was and continue the journey with him for future appearance, jesfi
lessness. ,v yards, 55 carS being bound for Mur- here today and brought in six crates, to South Florida on a Ti&ft to rela- .appeal to the supreme court.3

do. 10 to Draper. 5 to Reliance, S |of string beans He says that had tives. skipped out and his bond we]

to, Presho and 2 to Kennebec. it not been for the ..dry .and cold ed. The supreme court wa
We doubt if there ever was or ,
"Before the bridge was made pas leather his crop would have been A heartrending scene occurred at the case back to circuit coif: '
will be
ever a more opportune timelor
\he sable at Chamberlain on ''Thursday doubled this season. the depot this morning. An auntt-of new trial. Abou\ mostfcwas
temperance people to ktll.th e .
of last week emigrant ears Mr. Hamblin. who died here recaptured and lodge'
; were
t whiskey: traffic in Florida t isnJ BOW* C. A Miller* prominent merchantof
The throughout strung along the line of .the Milwaukee arrived here yesterday to visit her Yesterday his'attol11er.. sly
general senUment t Crystal River, and one of the leading -
... toad' for quite a distance nephew, and was informed by City Roberson brought tabwi:
the state is with the temperance people citizens of Citrus county, is in
with waiting until the bridge could be put Marshal Lyle that the person she proceedings before tireaK eau
-the legislature is them, the city on business today. He was : '
in. It is reported in less than two sought was dead. and that the missloner Broome and
and is the
now time to do good and recently appointed postmaster of
effective work.A I days after the bridge was openedthat Crystal RiverPresiding had been taken to Palatka for Hardee represented the &!;

over 200 cars of emigrants pass- burial. She remained here until this prisoner was remanded butt

ed over the bridge at Chamberlain morning when the bereaved widow where he will probably rara|
big prohibition meeting was held Elder-Hendry preachedtwo I
these being bound for various points returned. Th(-meeting of the circuit court convenes. H _&5|
in the capitol building at Tallahassee interesting sermons at the Methodist -I i{'is
I I beyond the river. aunt aad niece was a most known In court crcles",
Tuesday night at which Hon. W N. church last Sunday morningand
"The movement that has startedin affecting one. Locked In each others !I l(offender, and has given ft*
Sheats presided.. Senator Joe Hum evening. Quarterly conferencewas '
that direction this early means embrace, piteously sobbing they stood no end of trouble. Ve den|
phries and Representative Petti held Monday morning,-.Jasper
grew. Itentually a pretty thorough settling News for several minutes the aunt declar in this county might as *4f|"jI
of Manatee .
.DtJ.made speeches A
up of that country and in the years Trig. she would not leave the stop. Our officers are ee
strong effort ik-'b.HB made to'wheel poor
Florida into the line of prohibition to come doubtless" it will be' well. -KODOL is a thorough stomach relief widow flotwttbstanding the fact that alert, and the courts .!

states.-OCala Banner populated It digests what you eat and she was'tolgo home on that train. duty In every case.

The above refers to tile influex of gives the stomach rest and assists in We pevtfr' again want to witness t

settlers In the new Rosebud reservation restoring it to Its normal activity such' a scene. WORK OF 3IASKEP X%
The young;man who is getting out lands which were some time ago -
tad usefulness. -
KODOL Is sold
on a Inflamed CitfuoD.lft -
the Calhoun Democrat while Editor thrown open to settlement and about guaranteed relief plan by City Pharmacy .. News was,received here today of Country in Search of l"**' -
Max Wilson serves out his term in which the magazines and newspapersat
the sudden
the legislature is all right. The Jour I dw and unexpected death"of Bristol Tenn.. April
that time had a great deal to say. Mrs. Cheap '
nal's advice to Wilson is to keep him Now > Tedder, at Quincy this KIngsport this county, lit.__
why are these people goingto
J. B
Carmichael of Dowling Park. morr'ng Soe
went to 1
Quincy about sense of her husband arid -
r' at It-Pensacola Journal. The gentleman that section of the country instead and E. I.. Corbett, of Pine Grove three*weeks .ago to attend the bedside I daughter Frankassaulted 8*
who is Mrs.
\- now directing the pen on of coming to Florida; or why are
were in the'city today, and of a sick
favored niece
F the Calhoun.Democrat is an old hand was herself at an early
people not coming to Florida as well
our office with a Call. taken il?. Last 'J
f at the business and always gets out as going into a country where the who week her husband, two masked white men.

g- an interesting paper. longest period between frosts is not e was In Live Oak at the time With drawn weapons tWtered ,..,
-Use Kennedy's Laxative: R"as
Cough summoned there and .
remained the Belcher home
I than four months and wherea
Sjrup Children like its pleasant t with her a few days leaving her <***
'- The bill introduced in the house crop must be grow in four monthsin taste Contains opiates but drives much better feelIng led Belcher to get oat

; by Representative Dorman to increase order for people to live the other the cold out -through the bowels. Tampa. and returning to be tied.' 'K Oae man' then ian
Yesterday she was o**
taken Mrs. the
Belcher while
the of Jurors in circuit eight'And Made
pay in conformity to Pure Food
worse and this
f court criminal courts= of record and think of the way they are going Drugs Law Recommended and sold fore morning expired be- attempt on the girL Js\\
[ county courts from two to three dole there-200 cars of people all in by City Pharmacy. dw time to was be poslble to notify him In frantic efforts to get at the fi]

lars per day, and increasing the pay one bunch and no telling how many now at her bedside. fie I* stopped by a blow on the t+ !.

i: of jurors in the, courts of county cars of new settlers will be hauled The Live Oak band was out practicing i Qulncy on his Mrs.way from Tampa to rendered him unconscious i
'" was
f judges and justice of the peace from out there before the season closes. last night and rendered some i noblest of one'of the Belcher was badly

f' fifty cents to one dollar per day. Why is it that that country-which, excellent,music. This band has only fad women and was known ed Her condition bea3-t:1.

ought to pass and become a law The has only four months pf the :year in organized three weeks and |She tove&jby lived .every one'In Ltv*.Oak. j the girl beingalso

pay allowed jurors is not enough. which frosts do not occur--can getsettlers promises to be an excellent musical I I'her amfabl here* disposition-for a Igng Urn*. and t Citizens are wildlY ez81

b., and In many Instances wilt not pay In such droves when Florida organization. The following are the net Christian I outrage and there is
the actual expenses of a Juror-while which has eight months without frost members Geo. Porter, leader Ed. |:We endearedherdo. all. t' lyuehlBff Jn guilty va-
regret full
senrlng. and where extreme cold Is never Porter Prof,"Stephens* ,H. L. Gard- death and particular,of the I he captured Posses Va
arangementsr for
burial are the country

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.f'..,AND ,, 1 .'., : -.. '*, Tuesday April 23rd I: '' > : -0 .

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Jrjmaty_ C tbered by the, .Demo- .- ': ; .. ; / :, :. -: ; Wednesday April 24th"'l&. W"

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Ok FE.te ZeU see J,M Bauctioneer. j. ; '::Our, :entire hew stock will be placed on display: tables and prices .

based #'He. will be reduced* for three
t' greatly days only. i

3 X:Speer- of Lake City was here 1" 'This is 'our. firvst lace and embroidery this season and should

i g, Williams of Alachua; was be of great :interest to all the ladies. _

i today
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'a. Land of Mayowas hereyesl'V REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY I

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"mttl/Booming Blackburn on business.went to Houston : THE LADIES' EMPORIUM

fche I'A; "Mallory cIty this Horne morning., of Jasper, was I .1

l q m Humphreys and Jack Taylor L. S. HARVARD, Proprietor.

a Kirkland yesterday. L : : J

'Remember the lace andLTUte b d- 11111111I111111111111 in inn in IIIMIII mi inn II II 111 ii mi 1111 ii n 111 I 1111111

--it The'Ladles* Emp m-3t

roc* T Mrs. H. F. Blocker of Mayo was We wish to call the ladles' special -KODOL. ,For Dyspepsia clears the _

r.f. Baxter of Clayland was here here day.on her way home from FOR SALE attention to the lace and embroiderysale stomach and makes the breath as

W* Newberryi : at The Ladies Emporium Mon sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by

: Read our greatest magazine and day.Tuesday and "Wed esday. See druggists'on & guarantee relief plan.

t fr Boyett of Peacock, Is In the. De.p clubbing: ever offered bythis IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED .the'display, ad. 19-3t':conforms strictly to the National

fatoday. > paper. Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by

I I Hon. W. A. Tison.. of Wellborn City Pharmacy. dw

1 i0. L. 31. Skelton.. of Wilmarth." ..$.*\\";. Turner pfMacclenny, is in candidate for State Senator,'is in the h

lhtt tity,'. today.. .;. 'the k1 todayvlregistered the City Real Estate city today 'shaking hands with the No matter. what form of eye
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Ethel. 1'3 voters and pressing h'ls claims for the trouble'you .may have. Dr.. Armstrong -
tdse''Iti keIl. of Palatka. Is in
I I office he seeks. who la a well-known and
t ,
4/elty1 today on' legal' business... .1'1' >. 'E'Horn returned from Gainesville "'., : : 1 i established specialist of Jacksonville

f.. -' .. yesterday where he .attended Farms;Etc.riH Ladies I have Just opened a dress can overcome your trouble. He will
jtbl Mojan: of. Wfllborn state Presbytery. : the; be here the 23rd
; the making room in ,Lewin building on and can alwaysbe

|ft'to Ji Vtod y. .. .. r',' ; '. C .: "" ..;fr4el H.4.< 'c' ., and,will be glad to serve you. Satis- seen at .tteEthel hotel on_ hisvisits. '

; 'N. Barco of Crystal River. _was a :\ I faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. .
QBrlen! wall herebuness pleasant visitor to the Deinocrat office t MRS. KIGHT.The --- -. t.

today._ .1 ,
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little son and daughter of I

I E. W.; ) tier,' of .Lancaster'is' ::,In Judge-'Futch and Chas. Fennell.'J' .. PROPERf.Y'WITH. Editor Sherwood,of .the Democrat When you think -

itftf. : : of Emerson, were here today and 1 are very ill,- little Frank being extremely
LV"i ?about that fine
f favored our office with a call. us. so. It is to be hoped they .
tt ._ s. of Jacksonville. was I will soon recover.. \
'. }i McNelll last night. Watch you
a. L: Miss Sadie Green returned from
Jasper this morning where she has; SUNDAY trains V oVer Live Oak.
&M. and wife, of the New- V need think
Voyles here today. been visiting friends and relatives EDWARDS.REILTY[ GO. I Perry & Gulf to bowling Park. leavesat ......
ii: section were
I 8:00 a. m.. and 1:30 p. m., returning ofRADFORD'S.

Jesse Hart and Frank Chancey at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

V Scarborough of Ellaville of Wllmarth, are here today on business. ; Lewin'Building, Room 3. round trip.

(here' shopping today. I j

V I i Miss Lillie Scarborough, of C. C. Smith of Live Oak who has
A. B. Small of Lake City is
-Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syriri. O'Brien, who has been visiting her been ill at the home of his parentsin

i..today... The pleasant cold remedy that exacts sister Mrs. O'Oonnell.. returned this town recovered sufficiently to I Where you will find a

;:1J-o- "' the cold through its action on fie home this morning::_ return: home last Monday.-,Jasper
.O'Donaell,went to Pinemount J choice assortment of '
bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy. d\v. News. ,
4p f visit .
a ot her parents. ;
1' A report was current here yesterday f the very best
Col. Ira Carter has returned that Miss Flora Harlan. who SUNDAY trains over .Live Oak.

' JJ sand firs, M, J. Dlckert, of from Valdosta where he was admitted visited here last winter, had marriedin Perry & Gulf to bowling Park leavest GUARANTEED :
Watt h
l Button here 6 .
are today. to. practice in the United States Nashville, Tenn. 8:00 a. m.. and 1:30 p. m., re 20 Y ARS

?- ,. COurt. before Judge Emory Speer. turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

.!.Wiggins, of Bartow. is lnthe. u t $2.50 wagon seats, new. round trip. l 1 i .. WATCHES REPAIRED .
Wty ,
a guest of the Ethel ari.
? -When you need a pill take a pill Bailey's, the Auction

ani; be sureit's an Early Riser. $1.50. Other things in Mrs. E. M Barker and daughter.Miss .
-.o_WNT Furnished 'aid unfur- J. D. JRADFORD
sold here by City Pharmacy have here fora ,
They are Be quick. tf Mattie who been
ed rooms address. "RJ In care dw. i week returned to Crystal River {LIVE OAK, FLA.
'w'Socrat, U
-..,. -I Prof. Edwards returned from Tal- this morning. They were the guestsof
r A serenading party last night lahassee yesterday. where he attended Judge Conner's family while here.
i 1E'arinie
Goodbread is re- eight in number delighted many of the of superlnt FIoiM0 Bijijk OllI N Ness Co.
f4be some better today: but"is not'. our young ladies with splendid singing meeting county. The building boom is still spread- o ( \
: aD yet, :.. tendents. I .
-Vt. ing in Live Oak and will receive a ?

I Kama Lewis:.of"V de.: FJa.. Editor Straub of the St. Peters- great Impetus now that it is an as- A PEACE OFFERING.
Especially recomended for Piles- sured fact that the Florida Railwaywill
i' I here yesterday "vlsiUng friends burg Times, was here this morning I
'appIhg '.. hat is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch on,' his way from Tallahassee to be extended to the Gulf and to

Pharmacy..1 I Gainesville. -> I t.l j

" 'It live ,Oak..dude In. thq. show ,. '
-" .i J. I. Stanford, for erly- of this
w 9 J.' M. Bailey the auctioneer who but of Quitman, conductoron
city now
; *nb .. ,
i seeing. 'lt prompt and regular service buy from
... has been sick since Saturday &was the South Georgia, was in the
Success W.
. the Dairy. Phone 107.
', W. able to be at his place. of business.to city today. He brought his family
_ Harperwife .
and children. F. Tummond.Col.
**, day. with ,him and they will remain some
.e m todaT en route to Pine-
\to rUlt relatives. Sic Barco of Crystal River time, perhaps permanently .
oS Keep on smiling and read our '
r ---- -------I 'Visnt is in the city, called here to see his I IIf
greatest magazine and newspaper O. M Edwards who formerly re-
draying rfs daughter. Mrs. Armstrong; who has
curled to the done/ clubbing ever offered by this .paper. sided here and was connected with c
been ill for some time. |
o iMB.t m, w Particulars elsewhere in this issue. [the telephone company as lineman,

i died suddenly last night at Lake I
J. E. Brock came up from St. .1
4d er Zipjjerer. and Wilford Mrs R. \V Cobb. of Tallahassee. He isengaged in I' City. The deceased lied in Live you and your best girl have had

B4.; Qf Madison: were'here to- is here the guest of Mrs. W. H. Lyle. Marks yesterday. : Oak for some time, and the news of a misunderstanding" and most eng-

$ lusineilllams Mrs. Cobb resided here a short time taking up the. old St. l1aIu.rallroad4for ]I I i I his demise will be received with regret aged couples do have them you know L j
r the D. L. & N. S. Co. ,
i after her marriage and was a visitorto by all who knew him. the best thing to restore her sweet
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is in Luraville to- Live Oak before that time. Her ... __ ( temper and your own. too, will be a .

s after the erection of a hosts of friends are glad to greet her SUNDAY trains Aver Live Oak Please Take Notice. I box of our delicious Nunally's choco- I

again. Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leaves ,lates. For who Is the girl who

at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p.' m., returning The Ladies Emporium and Mrs. : could resist the charm of our Chocolate I
.m-5O' have kindly t ti l
5:50 cents Lawler's Mllinerv '*
emale XOTICE. p. They are pure wholesome,
at the
r ? ,qho had been sick / round, trip ""]|i taken charge of some of our toilet : and delicious; and second to none in 1
A directors' meeting of .
resumed .. ]1?''articles ("France-American Hyglen- quality. There are more lovers (

g wre31. took her a studies Warehouse Co.. th7Proiducers Rev.: R. E. Parnell. of' bowling ic"d'ur; patrons will please ask for quarrels: "patched up" with our ca-I
relapse the
; my office on Saturday
idled suddenly TJle discuss !'matters -of Park was here today en route to them when shopping' at these two dIes ban with_ any ,other kind :.

was mnffle4 and ;.' :,' '. Wacissa to hold services and administer plaCe Thanking you.In advance- for ..

i.r.k _and the tie loss, entire. school. is company Live CHAS Oak. Fla..H> BROWN. President. c !1dldates.the rite of baptisnJ'-to several !!i your patronage.ST. LUKE'S GUILD. FloiMa o BOOK O flu N.Ne's CO. !:


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London. April ,IS-London pnreyors ;

I SCHEDULE. to the tourist' class are greatly

r CONNECTS WTTH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. U RY. A-1\i8 A. C. i. BY. AT LIVE OAK. worried over the American tourists % ; ..,. *.t : .
._ ,, Manufacturers tii.
of ,
-WD CEJlTaAL TOIl RLD VI" who every year fill.the old metropolis ,_>. rf; jf ." : .
__ Ten, new hotels and scores of new i,;.
Na L No 1.Ne ,'
edFct.I No Mail L .. aMa Local Fit carding houses :await the visitors has", Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric -.
Dal and "TAT10SS. Erpre.. Ezapt but now a greatSlot
,\ Except. Ex Dathr. SuDda7. in lest financial disturbances may
':+uDda7. DalJ,. set Power and Turpentine
have cut off the resources of thereat 1

LiY Oak_..... ..----A=- 10b0am 540pm spenders who have left untold Electric Lights in any part of the city furnishedor
tfO a ID I 80pmLv 6 sums in the coffers of the hotel men
Porter LL 10 SO a.. 6 to P ma -
J 50 aID' U P ID L. and the army of subordinates who Business Houses at a rery reasonable rates Q

_..._.----1... 80 .
StookIQ 10 ZZ aID' p mLO currenfor
105 a 111 3 U PiaL. have fattened on the millions spentby day and'night manufacturing purpose.;
__ I.. .. I-.. 10 oJ sm 445pm noted _.'c
the lavish Americans. Many -
119 a ID I 66 P_ "- &. 1 Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders haTe
IL.. .. ... -Kirkla-: ..-:.._- -I,.. 10 10 aID. to p mas spenders in the London metropolis 1
filled. r
ao aID. 08 ID tion. and all orders promptly ,- .
__..._Wilmarth._._. t.:' -. .._.Lv 10 Gu aID. 20 P mLv. will be missed for a lack of spendIng -
340_ s g 19 p 1ft <" .. ....-AI'. which took its flight in
450 sm ( -------W aS money We will give, you good prices on low gradt cJ!
4'_.. Wall but there need be no .- '
street apprehension
.Ar_.... _Luravil Come and get our prices.
.10. m Lv__---Lurav.U.-.r...,_---: flooring.
13018 4.6 on the part of the caravansaries _

1M a m Ar... ... -. WilmafIdI...__..... ... which have an army of .

10 0o a m 4 2O'p m Lv W o.c'the -S _-- .l.r. s n a m 4 1SPID fresh comers on the way to completely world in the production of the motor i nee. State of Florida

Ly -----------"Suwannee RiyU_.......---L.. bb s m 412 p m This has far the United States has the second
fill them.
10 18 a.. tj pm --- ; army so vehicle. Now I day ef )isy..|;:- ?

10 20 a at 4 30 pm Lv101 --Norwood.-1.2 I.. 1 t$ I 51 pm. lied every steamer that has started I taken the lead. According to M, the said Thursday. bel&(tl

a 4 40 p a ... -- ..May.o..-.....- ...... -..-...... 031 a 3 tf p aIO for the eastern shore of the big pond i 'aroux. the United States built 60.- Second Day of Xid|

to. m'.' Lv.---.... ...."-II&J'O'r.I..iII and It is generally estimated that the 000 automobiles in 1906; France for a State Senator Of 4!

r A? ---.....-..... -L.. number of tourists going abroad 55.000; England. 28.000; Germany. Florida from the Sweat-a
50 a .. .. .. ... ..Afton.-. .. V.
mn 1 Ly
10 i5 a ------ -- from America is larger than ever. 22,000; Italy 19,000; Belgium 12.- atonal District oTwwfssf

&.P --.u..___n__ .m___..........M2:- ..._. ...___",..._._L.'I I These are the advices that reach 000. In 1901 the United States built posed of the CoutJ'
11 uo ana-
.- m'Lv.I ..... ..-.....--..-.Ar. .na;; 8 40 p m otSwg
u lO a a 4 4 ; ---Kt- ... London now and the passenger lists only SI4 cars and that same year fill the vacancy occaatoifcf5!

t 11 to a m\} u p m Lv ----- Safi i r. p. 1 30 m I 25 Pili of the steamers bear out the anticipa- France built 23711. There are 20- death on tie fifth danf

Ly_ ......_...SaltJl..A ..... __LY. 9 Z5 alii 111 pili tions of the well informed. The 212 automobiles owned within 50 of !
11 Zli m 4 Q p. U District
!id L'_._-- ako1d-- -- .. '06 a m laPIDf Strand. Regent street and Bond streetare miles of the New York city hall. said
II s6 a.. 10 p m .
mL"f -_ Cbarlto..... ....L. 100 a.. III p.. filled with Americans and smarty I In Testimony WbI
11 U a 6 n P f U dressed American ladies are to be -Mr. S. L. Bowen of Wayne W. i hereunto set my laid ta4ag
v' mi. m 1 I
.ICMne- 8 A a p
1118 a 111 S zt p yL' 1..8 seen on every hand. The number of Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from G-eat Seal of the State tolu
..._ __.... .
Feahdbway .Lv45 a III 110 p. t
times I Tallahassee the
r .2 18 a m 5 IS P" Y.ii2 Americans in the museums galleriesand Kidney disease so that at Ca

21 a m b 43 p m!l'." "'-," Drnmark'_ ....._L. 888. at 115 p aa public gardens suggest Mayor could not get out of bed. and when 8th day of A r1L A.'D..U

Ar------......_..PeRY-- _eo..--L.. s SO a m 1 Zt P md June Instead of April. The big hotels I; did I could not stand straight. I (Seal) H. CLAY CRalp{ ;
1214 m 150 p m
Increase in number of their took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar SecretaWSt

( ) T !* T b or 1'e1elth SUUoii. (O Flag StaUon. (r) Reztoter. (i) Rwular Stop.. (a) guests with the arrival of every bottle and part of the second I I J. H. KICKERSON. |

ACftC7 Station T. P. AMTOM. Saparintwident. steamer. Inquiries at the tourist cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney ShejiS Sawaanee Cai -

EXIB. Genera er Agent agencies about coach and tally-ho Cure works wonders where others' .

trips and journeys in all parts of are total failures. City Pharmacy -. C. W. \VI
TO THE Great Britain and Ireland were nev- i dw t

er more numerous than at this timeo

'f JAMESTOWNExosition fthe year. The Londan newspapers Was an Apt Interpreter.Mr. T A '@J

print far mare American news than
Garvin, first assistant to District Tailoring done at Rubes te&
ever before as well as many storiesof
Attorney Jerome told the fol- antes store. PromptJenice..t
American life and characteristics.The .
lowing, story at a little dinner one tion guaranteed,
Dally Express says: "Only a few
evening says an exchange.
, of us want the American's money. .
There was an Irishman, Dennis
The majority want the color and
. OToole who served as a semi-bailiff, I Ii
charm of his vivacious personality.We 11 LlQAPDO!
\IELAtlanticCoastLine the semi-interpreter of facts and fiction
adopt more and more good things
I In Judge Whitman's Police Court
from the United States, Perhaps the '
! One day a prisoner was brought to
most obvious return England has
the bar. when the following colloquy
i [ made is the Improvement of the ensued: i ,

' American accent. Today he has just
The Judge-What is your name?
f- the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur enough accent to make his conversation
i People all over Florida, see A mumble from the prisoner. )
pleasant. Long may the inva- TIE

, '" ple.Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown' Exposiion. TWO sion continue." honor.4- Q'Toole Michael f O'Donahuevypur, t''J'$* I; NEW .

-, each with through Pullman buffet sleeping The Judge--Where were you born?
daily trains
l way, Doing Business Again IDEA
i The Prisoner-In the dearest ould

cars. "When my friends thought 1 was land. God bless her! I

g; Season sixty daysand: fifteen days limit excursion tickets about aecount_ to of take indigestion leave of this nervousnessand world, on O'Toole-In Ireland. 1

j r- on sale daily from April Oth to November 30th at low rates. general debility" writes A. A. The The Prisoner-In Judge-Where among do you the.live goats.? TiX. Clan .::..- .

Coach excursions at very low rates. Chisholm. Treadwell N. Y.. "and O'Toole--In Harlem. -A Cold or a Cofc aptly'
when it looked as if there was no duos consopfttlaa vitrt2ay
- E For further information see your nearest railroad agent bcpe.left. I was persuaded to try The Judge-Can you read and I. -, DM and throat lttt* lff >
1 write?
C. District Atlantic Electric Bitters and I rejoice to tha system throvfb to tara
Frank say
write Boylston Passenger Agent
The Prisoner-I'm a Dimmycrat. For the want of motston fie fc
that they are curing me. I am now and hard. aSuSm
dry Nearly
Coast Line Jacksonville Fla O'Too19o, your honor. |I
business I
doing again as of .old are eocstipatlaf.aspacUH tm*
The Judge-Have ever had
--- -- you Kenuady Ltudwkj
and am still gaining daily. Best
any religious instruction? i j Tar move to bowels wstoi*
tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby
Live Oak:, Perry & Gulf Barclay & Groover druggists. The Prisoner-I have not.O'TooleHe's 1 KENNED

Price. 50c. dw. a Protestant, your

Railroad Company.Schedule honor. 't lAX lOTI

Feel Run Down?
Eftectln'pril 7, 19O7.
How to ..hoidppE'Ddidtb OOnaOBMHONEYS
:Many people do in early spring.
Most victims of
Perhaps it is the reaction from the appendicitis are
Mail 41 PassenFrt.. and Mail as Pass.n _.- Frt. aDd winter manner of living. But. what- those who are habitual) constipated. I.

i; t PaasL is?. Pas Pus. get_ t get Pass.Ns. ever the cause it is an unpleasant Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures .,m Relieves Colds ky ftIRI

f .' L N..1. NS.. No.2. No.6. N.. 12 N. 4.a.nday condition unfitting its victims for the chronic constipation by stimulating I of the ayattm through S
Daily .z Dail Sunday Snnday Daily .L tbe liver and the bowels.ReQeres. -
c. DaiJ,. Oal SUKay. eL Sun Only ''i only Suooay.r activities of life--the proper enjoy- bowels and restores the ... Coughs V

aA.M. P. 14. P. II. P. M. P. M. A. M. I A.. M.Lrv. ment of fife itself in fact. A simple natural action of the bowels. Orino strengthening the mllCO a J
Lave Leave I Arriv. Arrive, Arrive Arrive Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- the throat,chert.hap aad-
l .8 00 .1 30 210 ......... .._.........Li.. 0..1t_..................... 436 550 10 00 940n altogether unobjectionable remedy seate
a 13 1 tII 2 H'...-_..............-Axky 811.1t.._................. 4 1 5 88 I II t61( II 151 well calculated acording to physic- or gripe and is mild and pleas-I For Crwip. Waoopfalaflneau. &
0 6 1 148 300 .........................S\an'....._.................. s 4 12 t3-4 i II IS ant to take. Refuse ,substitutes.City Broncatti*, P* i
$ : .. .. !. 421 ians, to restore the lost tone and
L. 834'8 2165 204 1 i ::::::::::::::::::::::r;! .--:::::::::-...::....:.::::: i : i fs{ : 36 261 I : : citality to. the rundown system is Pharmacy. dw Colds remedy, Lang U VjiAl ui to sroiam 1:4s>laldaoa.y

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L. 8 351 Ar Z 09Ar 8.0 Dowbog Park L. a (8 L. II 18 L. S 40Ar composed ofi 'oz. Fluid Extract I u4'rare QJ4 I.
4l 45 L. 4 45.Lv 4 1 --.........-..... Dowhq Park .................. Ar 339 L. 6 10,Ar II 13 Ar 812yt MOTHER KILLED BY
501 4 ....,Chanc y 833 $061 II Buchu, 1 oz. Bulso Mixture oz. LITTLE SOX i4'(00k
------------ % i Put .ac.1Oc e<
: 53. : g 4 !!J'-----------------------B.--------------------:::::::: :::: :::::::. 3 081 : = 1 wit" DeWtttA
S 417 .. __.... ....Mayo Janction.................. 328 503 i II 031 804a Fliud Extract Gentian Compound and story*f a.O. }
t It 001 i Ar. 40 ._ .. ........ ....... : _........... ......... OO'L.' 15 The Child Was Playing With HisFather'
's 500.L. ........................Day_...................... s I 2S s i IAr 8 001 7 66 ozs. water. These ingredients are
II 06 b 06 4 46 ...........................8.10........................... 11 4 "I; 8 7 3591c4 obtainable at small expense at Gun When It Was 1I Sold by QtY
510 452 ....?...............Townsend..............._.. S 15 440 8 .91 I 728 any Fired.
925 625 5 12 __......._............8rait.la .--.........-........... 2 58 425 830, 768 good drug store and may be combined I
II 42 i 88 6 ........._......._FeDlaolloway_.........._.... 2 .1 4 12 S } II $3
10 10 606 21\\.........................P.rI'_.................._....- 230 400 8 0.,1 640 by the pharmacist or at home as Jacksonville, Fla., April t
.1210 Z5Ar 6 20 Ar 6 .............._Hampton Sprina.............. L. 2 Ib'Lv I 45 Lv 7 4S L. 8 10 desired The dose is Mary Gardner
A. M. ( P. 11.. I P. M A. M. i P. K. I A.. M. I A. M. tablespoonful was shot 18.rs'l
three times a day before meals. this morning by her I FOLEYiHONEYAN

MAYO AXD ALTON. BRANCH. The preparation is said to be one of who was playing with his father's I

medical men. shotgun, which was accidently dis '

: An Insidious Danger e
(; -
Frt A : Frt at PaM" Pasaen I Frt d; Frt a.:, Paas.n,PaneD One of This May Interest You '
P.... Ps.a i cer ger Pass Pass nr I gerNa the worst features of kidjr -
;:-lN-! : / n- trouble Is that it is an Insidious No one is Immune from .1
11. Nu.13.! Na 8. ,No 10. No. 14.I Na 16.
i' Daily i Daily Sunday: S..day Daiq +, Daily Sunday: SuDdayeLSu.'ex.s. disease and before the victim realizes trouble, so just remember that .
..... 0Dl7 Only ezSsn s&.Sun.l Onb01117 The origi
; cis danger he may have a fatal mala- Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the Ir-
A. K. : P. M. A. M. P. M. l P. .l A. M. P. Y. dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure regularies
f :'Lea.. I Leave Leave 11.1'A. ,. Arrive Arrive Am. at the and cure any case of kid- .
I 10, 4 40+ i to .............. ..... ....... 'l 68 I, S 8 C>$ Z Or; first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities ney and bladder LAXATIVE coog
II 26: 454 1 953 till.! .....-........... .Clark.................... 7 201 842 152 trouble that Is not
: ? 03 S 53 _Pet.rson_.. .1 391 I 253 832 and prevents Bright' beyond the reach of *i
1::s .:. : 15 606 .:::::::::::::::::..-Maya.... :::::::::::::::,s Ills 240!I. 820 142 130e disease and diabetes. medicine. City For coughs, cold tW
.................... City Phar- Pharmacy.
Arl1 10 Ar S to.ul0 n. 615---------------------- Altos :L. 700 L. 2 301 L. 8 10 L. 1 20 dw troubles No opiate
r macy. dw. Good for everybody-solft
s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains 00-and

f from Live Oa, and Perry. For information as to connections with NOTICE OP ELECTION. The taaFOLEY'S
M. Faroux. a French statistician HONEY**
t other lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent, 'phone 147 Dow- estimates To the Sheriff of Suwannee County | ]
that packageSri
about 550,000 motorcars State of Florida %Yellow
Live Oak. :
ling Building '
f. have been manufactured in the Know Prepared i
.. THOS. POWL1NG President. R. P. HOPKINS Gen. Pass. Agent. nine ye. That I, H. Clay Crawford ComPn i
years since the experiments of : Foley A
t State of the State
self-propelled road vehicles first of Florida do hereby give notice City PI

r succeeded. These machines sold for that a .

ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT more than a billion dollars. Until a Special Election

year ago France, the pioneer, led the will be held In.the county of Suwan-

Mattes rs a }

_'", ':_: ," ;- -"?" -'_-' : 's. -. ,: _'- '" '!*'''' -.,'" 4':; .- : .rw.AL ::'::: : ?:-':: .. ._ '. ,' .. '.rla -. - Nro

; : ":' .. .. .. .__ '' --> ..- -'C-'" LIVE' .... OAK DAILY. D> iOCRAT. PRIPAr.-. APRIL X9.1807.;

.. :-.....-- : --_ --- : r -.i'.i li1 ii111il lilii, ill. I bbbs .iD nns: the next morning's Issn* a history[of
-: Henry Watterson la said to be famous trial*. He Immediately sat The' Extra Specials j

working on his "Life of Lincoln" down with a stenographer,and dictated .
EABOARD.Airline -
while In Europe a two-column article that covered -
1 200 years.Acording ._ in Spring :Sack

Ne wYork city pays In salaries to I

:i' Railway. its more than 50,000 servants $132 to figures compiled by Suits For Men

each minute In the day. I the Census Bureau at Washlngthoa a

liar Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, divorce suit Is filed every two minutes and Young Men

7 Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, The white population of New Zealand during the working hours of court

I Philadelphia and New York.RfllNS Is now 890,000 having Increased officials and a divorce granted every at $15 $18 and
:r 117.000 In the last five years. three minutes In the United States. ,

, This has been the average for the

TflKFLOfiNT DRILY Theer is one saloon In New York last 20 years and census officials say $20. .

city for each 317 men. women and the number is Increasing at an alarmIng .
i t' Seaboard Florida Limited children residing within Its borders. rate. that we are offering this week, most
convince every man who examines

I Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail Famine prevails among the nativesof Why them that they are without. exception _

I German East Africa; many of them have a tortid liver when Heroine, the tho greatest values ever sold at these

;:-- live like cattle, on leaves and roots. only liver reguator will help .you? popular prices.
I! \. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. There is no reason why you should If you want a ,smart uptodateMICHAELSSTERN

' Last year there were made In suffer from Dyspepsia. Constipation .
I' '- Tiie Seaboard Florida :LimitedThe Switzerland 4.462.071 nickel and Chills and Fever or any liver complaints II! ,

I Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train be- metal watches 3,135,991 silver and when Herbine will cure you.
1.010.905 gold watcnes. F. Q. Waite, Westvllle Fla., writes: r-q
Jacksonville and New
I St Augustine, York, via )-
keen "I was sick for a month with chills
bend and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M. 1s'
One historic deed of daring in the and fever and after taking two potties -

famous matador Gorrito who on ." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company -

Jamestown Exposition LineV stilts faced the maddened animal. dw*

NORFOLK, VA. Relief works to employ 3,000 men The total Iqngth of submarine' 1uY

have been established In the Chinese cables in the world Is about 450.000

; OnJj1ine operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New I famine centers. The EnglishAmerican kiloms-279.622 miles of which 60

Orleans For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any fund amounts to $250,000.: per cent are British 10 per cent
:,,ent of Seaboard or write American a little more than 9 per
v- & C._DOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville Fla. IOn
cent French and about 7 per cent
'. Easter Monday in rural partsof
German. A great advance in this
Germany the young people danceon
the domain has been made during the
r- village green. The merymak-
fr.. I"I i . ing quaintly is designated "the danceof last few years by Germany whose efforts
the tend to constitute an Independent t -

JOUR. SAVINGS DAPARTMENT eggs. system.-Memorial Diplomatique.

Records of the United States Treas-
ii not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is ury Department show that of all the A sawmill is already at work at

.broad enough to accommodate all, and Immigrants who land In New York Adis Ababa Abyssinia and Greek

city only four out of each hundred artisants are engaged In quarrying
, PATRONS: to the Southern states. and stone hewing. Machinery in connection

t folks ;with house building gener-
L-The young with their small savings..
ally is likely to be in demand as soon
;- .-The bread v to home put away a certain percentage of tie
procure a or a competency for old age. fled. The government Is already
The well-to-do for the profits coming to the state from !
afforded : building in European style and stone
.i the income provided. liquor selling for an old-age pension
; houses be even of 7
may seen, some
I fund. This now amounts to $%,500-
I .
k i.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. 000. three stories in height in the capital.

JiE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida i -.-..ss-r
i The average wages paid in the The New Pure Food and Drug Law

'" . . . . . . . I I I . I . . Lancashire district. England to cot We are pleased to announce that FINE......CLOTHING...- .se

ton ginners range from about $1.44 Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs ...

a week for doffers to $6.72 for men : colds and lung troubles is not affect-
Suit for business or dress that will
in opening room and $13.20 for card I, ed by the National Pure Food and
looktand fit as If made, to measure
ing overseers. Drug law as It contains no opiates or
then you shouldn't fall to come_ ands
.- other harmfal drugs, and we tecom-
'these three After Easter specialsid
James Ford mend it as a safe remedy for children -
Rhodes whose historyof .
m IP i? R i jfiiiFO the Civil war has added so muchto and adults. City Pharmacy. dw the ngtedIICBAELSSTERN ;

the authentic annals of the United
I mm H 9 m l It States was until recently an exten- If the nation no longer has people _
m 'Jr .. MB
sive iron and steel manufacturer of who saw Washington, there are at

Cleveland, O. least lineal descendants of. Lady FINE CLOTHING

Washington. One of them Is Mrs.

Good Judgement Britannia W Kennon, who is :Martha You will find the style and quality
For SicK LiversA Washington's great granddaughter the finish and the fit of the suits of
is the essential characteristic of men
and descendant of the last Lord lour at every price, precisely as
and woman. Invaluable to good Baltimore. you want them. Details:
She celebrated her
business men and necessary to house-
PURELY VEGETABLE ninety-second birthday lately at her
single and double-
wives. A shows
woman good judge-
home In Georgetown, D. C., where
-OO POUND' -- ment when she buys White's Cream At $15 breasted Sack Suits
Vermifuge for her baby. The best she was born and has spent her life. in all the approved

CONSTIPATION, DYSPCP. worm medicine ever offered to mothers Spring styles and fab-
UUlLKLl LlJKcj 51*. MALARIA. CHILLS and Many indeed are the sensible Jules Verne made one of his char- rlc-effects-gray and brown-toned _.
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. acters go to the moon in a steel projectile worsteds cassimeres cheviots and
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases mothers who write expressing their
produced by
and th eworld
marveled at tweeds
coustom-tailored and finished
TORPID UVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- gratitude for the good health of their I 1-
jchutd today may save you a aide spell tomorrow. children which they owe to the use his Ingenuity. In Detroit the other equal to $30 to order- -

of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold. day in the yard of the Detroit Ship- mad.* suits, for your selee$15 "

+ CUBED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER by Suwannee Drug Co. dw building Company, four men in an tion at-only .
automobile were driven through a
all the advanced
Mr. W. A. Whit w n. Emory. Tex., Among the numerous advisers of section of one of the stacks for the A t $18 styles in smart sin-
s writes: "My child had cbilla and fever Mrs. Russell Sage none is held in new passenger steamer the City of gle and doublebrestted -
;', for four yra. We tried all kiade of righer regard by her than some of Cleveland which is under course of ':
-, medicines and finally an acquaintance.: of construction for the Detroit and cut; strictly hand
I + raise: recommended Herbiae. We used the simple and unaffected village folk tailored throughout and made of ex- 'I
rd three bottles, and the child is now com- who live at Lawrence L. I., near her Cleveland Navigating Company. cellent worsteds, cheviots cassimeres :'
+t'r pleUly cored. You have ptraduioa .
my summer home.
... and tweeds in beautiful patters of !
publish Uestlmoaial., as I cheer- The Zionist central committee has
fully recommend Hezbine to all mothers newest color effects-precisely like
baring children afflicted M mine." Lord Aberdeen's sons, the Hon. pablisbed a 40-page pamphlet entitled the $33 tomeasuremadesuits t

UIOE MTTIE. Sic GET THE GEHUIHZBALURD Dudley, and the Hon. Archie Gordon "Ten Years of Zionism" for the here in all styles at '

ave strongly developed mechanical purpose of "making the movementI :only . $18 jlj
SNOW LINIMENT CO. I I clear to all who are interested." The '
aptitudes and worked for a time as -
ST. LOUtS. U. S. A. ordinary apprentices in one of the big statistical part of the book shows the finest specimens I 11

shipbuilding yards in Aberdeen.The that there are Zionist federations in At$20 of high class tailor .

f' J the United States, Argentina, Bel- In all the smart IIng I-
government railways gium Bulgaria, Canada. Germany. styles and exclusive
ipuw&nnee Drug CompanytOR'S last year of the states of Victoria, England France Italy, the Netherlands suitings of finest quality-imported i
Austria Rumania Russia. a.d domestic worsteds, cheviots ser-
Australia, was the largest on record, i
South g"s and cassimeres--the
Africa Switzerland
and Hun-
PROCLAMATION.jrebjr; I being after payment of the interest I
I 1 t man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4. to gary. In every detail of $40 to-
"19:ti h Chen that at the $1.025,000. The state's exports last I
eneraj 1 fill unexpired term caused by removal 1 ireasure-made suits, special -
City Election year increased by nearly 20000000. $20
of the
s for this week only .
: tJ,* Oak. Suwannee from Wards and resignationof
1'14i.is. to be held on the first Tues-j incumbents. Don't Put off Kitten by a Spider. SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS AT j 1
A. D. 190?. at the Given under my hand and seal Through blood poisoning caused
for tomorrow what you can do to- $2.50 TO $7.50
II umber, and In manner and the 21st. day of :March, A. D. 1907. day. If you put off buying a bottleof by a spider bite John Washington, I
prescribed by law. the fol- (Seal) M. E. BROO IE, Ballard's Snow liniment when of Bosqueville, Tex. would have lost Every suit at every price built of y1

are ttaldpal to officers of said Mayor City of Live Oak that pain comes you won't have any. his leg, which became a mass of carefully seclected materials; tal 1- <1]

be voted for and elect. Suwannee County Florida. buy a bottle today. A positive cure running sores, had be not been persuaded o.ed by specialists to resist wear. |j
Mayor a Clerk. Treasurer Attest: for Rheumatism Burns, Cuts to t ry Bucklen's Arnica keep their shape and fit perfectly in '1

Assessor. filled by same person; S. P. MAYS Clerk. Sprains Contracted Muscles etc., T. Salve. He writes: "The first application e--ery size--Norfolk, double-breast- 1

Ueetor; a Marshal and Live Oak Florida. S. Graham, Prairie Grove Ark., relieved, and four boxes cd and single-breasted Sack and 4

&lid'lnJpector. filled by same per- writes"I wish to thank you for healed all the sores" Heals every dainty creations In plain and fancy ,
*f,Alderman from sore. 25c at Barcla-- & Groover, fabrics for little men ot 3 to S
1-, Ward *$ results I received from :;
= $*4te4fif*+ M I the good
... alderman from Ward No. druggists. dw* years.
dI4ern. I ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR Snow Liniment. It positively cured ,
from Ward No. 3 ; ;
; me of Rheumatism after others had
nt.4 DOm, Thos. Williams, of O'Brien '
Ward No. 4 was in
failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug
a from I VETERINARY. ii the city today on business. a
'z trio Ward city No.at Large 5; an: ; : Company. dw BUTLER BROSj"MENS'

i Solicits your patronage- Officeat
-... M Trustee: to fill ex- residence Phone (3 rings) 143 Zangwill, the author, was recently OL "rJ.(1). A'Ii'
of C. A. Hardee I:,J. J.,,4. ... ; LtU; OUTFITTERS
Alder- "ked by a daily paper to prepare for Sure* Cal.-.. "-,' '.'h r'UHIII.4


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R, -:STORE WILL, -' .


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_i 'Clothing, Hats and Shoes '

at a cut of Fifteen Per Cent. This cut will go on every New Suit of

Clothing, odd Pants, Hats of well-known brands, and all Shoes in Stock.. __"


Received a Putt t. Line' 'of CLOTHING, 'HATS and SHOES '


.Pricey ,Quality and, Styles Cannot b&,Baplicated : I Ir Iy


,< .
New' Spring and -' Y New Spring and .

theIr service equals their ji/fi./ .
I Summer Goods jj styfashappearance-that'swhy SummerGoodS .

+ -- "
Is all in and our 1

counters are. loaded .
'. eF Wj .
down with the ,

cream of the mar- .1
color like this Come'' and take a .
ke. Style, fit, are guaranteed #'
I F look through our
I +
and texture ef stock r ,,'
with a reduction of 10c. a button; $1 a rip. 'establishment; price t : _-

15 per cent in price + any ,and ,Everything
risk Dutches
You have in buying Trousers
no -
: f '- for the next ten w In the store. Our OJUfTON BlUXft
We ttie aH the nst under the famous warranty.; efforts are to plesse
days, will move Griffin Brand of doUiIaja

thausands of dol's, \ 'you and
Strauss & Bro.s bell make lars worth of our Our lines of Shoes and Hats, are very complete and If you need a It. ., Xo better brand t 1\1{
t { ;
and tailor fitting clothing are new stock. that or pair,61 shoestwe can j please ;you q and at"" the same time for the r' market h""I at any price. ft;

/ ,guaranteed. Not a shoddy or next tea days save' 'you 15 cel1ts-on every, ,dollar. Cut price goes on ,; clothing C bearing to--IIeCIIUi.j
: UJsi@
poor suit made by this *ell, .' :: Ot 'r'o -
: all Shoes and Hats. .. ,', mark at a reduction batins'!
known firm. Remember the 15' ; t .
T ; .. ,.._.. going to let.the f Ctft price Sj i
cent'cut for 10 day applies
,p'i' per cent apply to ihel !
.. ,
;; t
to this well known bl'aof + Brand of clothing '
: tet
1 1t
clothing. :si; .r ,;. ? : ., .r days Only.THEY .
.. .' .

I ;i 8_ 6 ;;;e>< >< .t 8 6 ; ri ; i. 981 & ; ; ;i 6 i i i 8'&i; ; ;;8i$ 8i9

l :: i Ii II II I I I 1 II I III I I IJIIIIIIIIIIII I. :::1 II II 11 II I. .! I I II II; ;1
t I :;;
on the President today, Judge Max E. per, charctefized the local papers as-F,bebaILQj the white people of the l and county comnusdo&eii; .

DIED TOGETHER Land, state senator from his district, I "dead" and the father said even a state, good democrats 'who had consented I I appropriation for sdser8

and Mr. R. C. Harris. The Presidentwas convention of Texas cowboys wouldbe 'I to. be-shut out of the. general Molting the adrantigaspectite lij

glad to see them, he said. In better reported than his meetings. election- in order to get rid of the I localities, aal I 1

SHOCKING TRAGIC END OF THE fact he expressed himself as parti- The local newspapers have been negro vote, but who ought to be allowed ries, a bill for the refi f d4

\\OLLD-BE-ELOPERS HAS cularly and altogether. delighted for carrying reports. of the meetings. rezpress, their.will in white <:collectors. of the eowities'i-

:' OCCURRED t the especial reason, he fervently de- r primaries:,the.pioneers who had sav-j'fLuciei Osceola, Lee. mn,\-K

... clared, that they were: from Georgia, I Fire In Orlando. ed the state from re-constructlon. the I!S Under waiver of rate> *..*!

whose building at the Jamestown Exposition i Orlando, April 18.-A fire on West !Confederate veterans who had given i unanimously adopted a rw*

was just like the house the I Church street last night destroyed four years of their life to their country Mr. Adams for a'Joint**..?.

LADY LEAPED FROM BRIDGE President's grandfather :Mr. Bulloch Bass' saloon and Metcalf's Annex and who would be shut' out if the bouse and senate to te

used to live in. saloon. the: fire started soon after the educational ,test were retained, be, referred all good. rosy]'

"I assure you, nothing has ever midnight in the Bass place and but and the amendment' was lost. overwhelmingly An, important measure

Loser Tries to Rescue Her and Attempting touched me so deeply," said the for 'quick work on the part of the 49 to 7; the 'men who senate -was Mr. Adao: '

to ))0 So Both Are President "as this action on the part fire companY, the whole wooden row voted for their convictions in the face provide specifically for ,.

Lost-A Sad Scene 'of Georgia. Mr. Harris and Judge I would have been destroyed. Both of certain defeat being' "'}l ssrs. state expenditures by,ay 1

Land expressed appreciation of the I buildings are damaged beyond oc- Farris, MacWilliams, Matthews of case of the board of lieaSl.
6 > President's feelings.The cupancy, and 'the traffic in fire water Marion Ogilvie: of Nassau Reese sion taxes.. Instead otippgfrom

Clifton Forge W. Va.. April 18.- gentlemen from Cordele are is temporarily suspended in that im- Smith of Lake, and Willis .of Gads- : the general fu&j

After being arrested and brought here on a case before the Interstate mediate neighborhood.What den. Mr. Wilson, of Hernando having opposed by Senator Ba

back here because they attempted to Commerce Commission. A complaint been' absent on committee work others. Including Senate

elope to Washington where they in- bas been filed by certain citizens of a Woman Can Do. during the debate, was at his request was lost by a vote of IT tt

tended being united in the bonds of Cordele that: the rate on pig iron excused from voting.An By a vote of 20 to lj
(From the Louisville Press.)
from 10 Cordele
Birmingham is amendment
matrimony. Miss Mabell Pendleton, a ex- Former I. by Mr. RIchbourgwas passed, Mr. Harris': MB ij"f
17-year-old girt, plunged from the cessive. It is contended that the rate Representative Walter then adopted, providing that no $25OOO..for the use of 1)1
$1.65 hundred pounds, enjoyedby Mabrey of Wellsvllle, was holding a
suspension::bridge over Jackson river inspector shall dictate how any elec- trustees of the Internal
and Stewart, C.,Gay, who was to have Macon is a just and reasonablerate baby with one hand the other day tor shall ote. Mr. Knight of Columbia Fund to apply to tie g I
\ and the commission )las been and reached with the other hand to offered :.. I
become her'husband. Jumped to save I 'object an amendment Intended a lock 'apd dam a
asked to put it in force between pick some from the floor.' The
i bis sweetheart's life, but was attacked -: tor lessen the cha'nces' fraudin Ricpochee canal, as a W&
movement strained him
Birmingham and Cordele.v. so that he
with cramps when within a fewfeet the preparation of the ballots but overflows to the ,...
If \ I \ A. Binburn of the Central broke his wishbone. It is evident
represented -
the "
f the bank house did not think flU"*
and both were they would river valley Senator ;
Walter doesn't know I .
much about
the roads and made an
k drowned. A negro made a vain ef- babies. A accomplish , argument before the commission oPposing woman can grab a baby them the tahi. .nlnnv __
on .
fort to save the pair who sank to- !. .. 1fh o n. tha
with hand her --- -- n&A "' the bill,. saying
one button husban4'scollar
the decrease. la 1895, on
by Mr. Reese
gether. ,
providing Instead responsible for the dal
complaint of Tomlin-Harris Ma make the bed, dust the furniture -
t It seems that the girl decided to of one,or more Inspectors as- the Disston ,contract*,s
take:'up the ashes
'put stickof
a '
chine Company of Cordele, the rate
sisting in
end her life after undergoing the the preparation of the bal-
pair It.
wood in the stove, wind the clock,
then Macon
enjoyed by was
humiliation of,being in the custody of lot two or more should officiate. Considerable routine ,
pick a pin off the floor,
Cordele but the commision at that I swat a fly
an officer who accompanied the pair i Amendments by Mr. Smith, of attended to In each 1
on back o>( her neck, shoo the
time had not the enforce they .
here from Staunton. The river is power to Lake, and Mr. RIchbourg, of Walton, the bill ta tM
Its decisions. chickens out of the flowet bed, and
t' being dynamited, for the purpose ot I I knock the cat out of the xnilkpan providing respectively for the election was the center of ttrtf
[ bringing the bodies to the surface. of county commisioners. and
with the other hand and never straina day. _,
Mrs. W. Jlocker, a sister of the ROASTED THE NEWSPAPERS. muscle county school board members were

[ dead girl, said the objection of the adopted unanimously.Mr. .

l parents to the marriage was that Gay Itev. Cnlpepper Thinks He Doesn't PRIMARY Baggett's telegraph bill and Mamie W atkins, c0'
BILL. lw *
der sentenced ;
and Miss Pendleton Get several of lesser and
were too young Enough Space. Importance, were
(Continued from page one.) the"5
to wed. Gay was the of I passed by the house approved
son CaptCharles on third
't Augusta, April 18.-Rev. J. B. argument that It would open wide i reading and f&r S**%
Gay, a conductor of the also a joint resolution application
Culpepper, an evangelist, conducting the doors for subterfuges, and for by Mr. Watson ". .
down by the pardonis
Cresapeake and Ohio under
railway. large tent meetings here, made the the inspectors to defraud ignorant I; suspension of rules asking -, In Just
the United States jail here.
[ statement tonight that the newspapers electors out of their votes, while Mr.MacWilliams' i department of send
: CALLED OX THE PRESIDENT.Told fisheries to send an expert to not been Issued to
of Augusta were not treating strong point was the i
l the mysterr
I legislature gang seems a
on the
t' him fairly, and if it were a conven- secrecy of the ballot, laying stress r subject of
t Cordele. Callers He Appreciates tion of whisky sellers instead of a upon democratic _primary election oyster culture.

f Georgia's Action. religious gathering! the event would in Florida being equivalent to;elect I I Senate Proceedings Ella-.-"Does Fri" $
t. n Washington. April 18. .Two be more Uk lJ\tn..be,given a fair re tlon. The'supporters of the_ original I 'Senator Crane introduced when he leaves

.S :..... premiKent citizens of Cordele cane port. His son, Rev. Burke Culpep-I bill against these arguments spoke inn authorizing town and- a bill Stella-"Yes, and
.,.. ,._.. ;- ; ._ city councils aeems ayi It heT would
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