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 20, 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: UF00075905:00057
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fRANK ClARK'S SPCttSnperin LAUGH'i ." .

OUR t SOWAfiNEE, (OU_ TYRepresentative

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enh' state Meeting Was .,r. :..' .
"largely AttendedI Holding their OwnTa* t

I i-, ," Lawmakers, -Considerable'InterestIn

.., vp_ 2Ya r Senatorial Race in Snwannee
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April 18.Friday I' .
"' Tallahassee, April 21--Another
foulest"bee1J' ;
wrest the
or .Jf.
the ,breathing and more *. j 1 1f
the worst of a series of spell lip. legisla-
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.W gains before break- E s_ live until Monday: afternoon at.four-; i
jgjs; a .,:-
a0en.the- 'sun comes out with 'a .both houses adjourning yesterday

e promise of fair weather after morning session.

Enough to lure us out then r '. On yesterday, after 'transacting ..

c' lei open and the floods descend. rC JZZZcZ : routline business, the house proceeded -

( 't y'the afternoon have been to the consideration of the Wat- t

r sad the evenings likewise I I son primary election bill. Mr. Reese,
.. the Conclusion that all 4 r
shed of Escambia offered a lengthy
week: that Is
''ocitement of the
amendment, which was acepted providing _
v d osing has been too much for t very strict regulations against

; l feel Demoralized, and am on'age Interference with voter at the polls

of brain-fag or nervous S and several other amendments were =

adon. Senator Broome Is very jL S 2 ; adopted and others lost. As a last
would, rather #
of quoting: "He resort against the passage of section

i gibbet dangle, than miss his / 3, which permits inspectors to 'prepare
This desire 1
desire to wrangle. ballots for those who are blind
Tangle has pervaded the legisla- or disabled or cannot read well "

atmoSPhere and there has been enough to prepare their own ballots,

end of talking. Mr. Reese moved to strike out the

Abe sessions this week have been '" t' entire section, having lost' his ,
Tuesday afternoon .After the railroads had fought federal oontrol and regulation. they suddenly demcnd exactly what they opposed fight -
of. teterest. the day before against; the provision
-' build for C4U's.
of heroic
"Beard-he "those who cannot read sufficientlywell
Columbus .
: satc' countenance to prepare their owa ballots."
fetstsriy speech upon the resolute .
a. motion to lay it on the table cut
his'Introduced 'to test .they establishment of the technological Institute . . . . . . '*;:At the preminlnary contest for the debate' short; and Mr. Reese explained -

of the fourteenth and fifteen- asked by the people of Lake ,three best recitations given by pupils that
HIGH i his action was dictated
ndments to the;constitution of City.Senator ; SCHOOL ; rum: this grade, Edith Parnell won. by his fears, of the, corruption which
} which auto Adams is probably the i ,
lamed:States under: r
: I first place; J. B. Evans, second and would result in the evejit that the
Mr. accomplished diplomat in the I
aegroes ,was granted. most
Notes of Gegeral Interest. Inspectors were allowed to mark. the
Helen Bardin third. Others deserVing -
'a figure that legislature. He Is an admirable .
vu splendid e :'" 1 --- .. ballots for those who- wouldthey declare
GIs dark eyes flashing m xtpre of successful business man, . . . ... .. i . honorable.mention. "were. Jenni .
I 'I' were,not able_to read: their ballots
.tatense feeling, his powerful statesman diplomat>> politician and For some time past 'a great, deb Lee :Keen, Alberta Drew and Marie 'in order to have an Inspector

'resoaant .and.,Well modulated, all .around, good fellow. A' skilled of interest has been displayed4o.rUia- liagan.. witness' that "they delivered thegoodsMrhen

through the senate; chamber pariamentarian and able debater and contest for the prizes to be offeredfor Mrs., Hagan,. }lrs.*, Wilifred. and they. had. been bribed,

Us "atuience' In rapt attests an taonest conscientious man. he is the best declamation and. recitation Miss Blache Rook paid us a short The.-motion to lay on ,the table..prevailed

he recited the'story of 'the indeed one of the most valuable mem- at the end of school. The preliminary visit Fridayafternoon.. by .a..vote of'42. to .:12*. those' "
those, amendments. At bers of the Florida legislature. Claud :
of .. contest was held on Friday Wood returned Friday from voting La the negative being, Messrs.

dose he sat like a stoic through 'afternoon to decide who should represent an absence of several days, causedby Decker, Dudley, Farris, Long,

tttag and when the vote was Mr. Watson, of Dade held the cen-' the High School in,the final con,, a severely sprained and bruised Matthews of Marion_ Melton, MIl nor..

need ite'1eaned forward pale ter of the stage in the house two days"I test. Six girls participated, as follows ankle. \Ve hope he will have no Ogilvie Paul Reese, Register Row*-

fki ups, and asked the secretary while his primary election bill was : more trouble with this injured mem- and Smith. ,

result, twenty-three. to' five In dissected Opponents of this meas- 1 Ottls Haddock, "The Photograph ,ber.J. The special order of the' day In the "
of the re resolution. Then the ure are making a valiant fight againstthe Album." B. Evans and Lucy Williams re- house was the bill Qf Mr Matthews

lose again rang through the hall. clause that would permit an inspector I M>rtle- Wolfe, "Guilty or Not ceived 100 per cent on their arith- of Marion, to authorize the employ-
"' to mark the ballot of a voter I Guilty* metic examinations. Lena Thurmond
ment of special counsel by the rail-
[Ae state convention of county who could not read sufficiently well I I Maggie Holmes, "Mr. Spooken- also made 100 per cent on spelling. road commission, and together with
tendents and school officials to vote for the candidate of his I dyke Lucy Williams has been quite ill
It one by Mr Carter, of Alachua, for
4 keen. 'la:session here since Wed- choice. Under this clause the purchasable | Loyselle Brown, "How Reuben ,for the past week. the creation of the office of assistant
voter would be enabled to .
mOrning. The edu-
leading Played. Fourth Grade-Miss Graddy's Room. attorney generaL Mr. Matthews' bill
of the state are in attendnace show delivery of the goods. Althoughthe Callie Hankins. "The Last Hymn." passed to third reading without op-
I tie of opposition is in the minority the A declamatory contest was held in
full Wa-
meetings have been Ruth Wolfe, "The Kentucky position. Mr. Carter desired that
J; st State uniformity of text fight is so determined that this clause termillion" this room Friday afternon to select
consideration of his bill be postponed
*<*.' received a black eye at the will be slaughtered before it is finish The judges selected, Maggie representatives for the'final contestto on acount of the absence of parties

Y "' of the convention.: The con- ed. One, energetic member said thatas Holmes and Loyselle Brown. Two be held at the close of school, forth interested in it, but the house would t
stioa soon as the real meaning of this Clifford medals offered by Mr. Helven-
a wa stendered reception at boys, Herbert Wolfe and not agree to this, and the bill was
g Leon hotel Tuesday evening, and ,clause permeated the ossified headsof Roberson, were selected. ston and Capt. Hillman. Misses Hof- acordingly taken up.

& at the college for the women some of the members from the fye Stripling and Salhe Groover, and The main feature of Mr. Carter'sbill u

aalght., The convention holds the rural districts, they would vote First Grade. Master Henry Lewin were selected
was that it provided that all .
ft:for solidly against it. Those membersare from this room.
$ being the largest organized Sam Arkin has gone to Philadelphia legal business of the state should be
if that has been to Tallahasseethis generally honest and sincere, but to lose Sixth Grade
to live.; We are sorry I transacted through the office of the
0 br session. Its business, how- their minds act ,slowly.
attorney general, and would prevent
Every one has been very much In- ..
M r,.i$ perfectly proper and legitlJ him.Allen Chastain has gone to White terested this week in the preliminary the employment of special counsel by
*W4 Till result in good. I was glad to see Lawyer MacWil- father in the
Springs today with his ; elocution contest, which was held the railroad commission, the internal
jjj| liafs the right side of this fight
.auto I this afternoon. Those contesting ;improvement board, and other de-
3Btaioal, divided to-the ad-, for he is a good fighter! Mr. Mac- *
as A grea ninny of the little peopleare were Bennie Thurmond Cas- partments or boards. Mr. Carter: and
,. Clyde
of Hon. Williams led the fight to pass over 'u
* Frank 'Clark to the'tlUoJiWednesday'evenlng account of
: bin still out of school on well, Minnie Foss, Bobbie Myers, Mr. MacWilliams, chairman ,of the ,3y ,
3iT at the the Governor's veto, the sickness. We hope they will all, be I Lizzie 'McCullers, Willard Welsh, judiciary committee, which reported .
of.the'house that the moneys belonging I '
"of representatives. providing back soon. We have only one more Stella Lewin, Archie Carroll and the bill favorably, spoke in its be
Jfi ,Hark is a fine speaker, but it is to the Internal Improvement month of school, and trust the parents j Lizzie Lawler, half. :,
* be regretted that he chose this oc- Fund should be paid to keep the:
will doall they can The judges, Mr. ,O. O. McCollumand Mr Matthews contended on the
k ,
,tor Us state treasury, and which was '
very violent attack of the term.
# up- children in the remainder Mr D. E. Horn, said that they other side that the commission should
* *< Ued yellow journaia. The vetoed by Governor Broward last ses We are all interested in the de- were against a hard proposition be empowered to employ counsel in .,
i 1*'he eaid Under this act the usefulnessof.
: are unquestionably sion. We had the
clamation contest. pre- when they had to decide who was the sympathy with them: and not have !, ito
xtu a ht this was { the trustees would be at an end The I
no occasion to
say this afternoon.
liminary best but finally concluded that Ben- call' upon the attorney general
Q Mri Clark has been a very InV as no money could be drawn out of following was the program I nie Thurmond Clyde Caswell and I Mr Matthews, however, won a 3

figure at the this the treasury except as appropriatedby Horn."Willie's .
capital Blanche
"The Dunce, Stella Lewin should represent the clear victory for his contentions, and
k he 1a a genial the legislature. In his argumentMr. Willie Mc- I '
companionable Question," i room in the final con.st.I h.s motion to strike from the Carter
i a,sad generally +was the center of MacWilliams very adroitly avoided Clendon. I i bill the first section, which: provides
Mmlrbig croup of friends whom any mention of this fact which is DIdn't'Laugh," Louise Seventh Grade.
"Why Betty that all the state's'legal business shall
a wit entertaining with a clever cleverly concealed by the wordingof Lyle. I. Today ends our seventh month. In be transacted through the office of t

a the bilL The man who drew that "My Pa," Roy Austin. the one month left we are planningto I the attorney general, was carried bya

bill Is an artist whoever he Is. "Granpa's Spectacles," Grace Earle do our best work. vote of 39 to 11 on roll call. As

f *.tt* senate this week Senator The streets are full of" notables. Hildreth. I We are sorry to have several of our I amended the Carter bill then went to

,f ,. .1daJna made a ten-strike by Former Governor Jennings Hon. C. "A Place for Boys," Tom Chastain. member absent but are glad to have I I the engrossing committee. As now,

1; a committee appointed to in- A. Carson, Captain F. A. Hendry "Sung Herself to Sleep," Evie Dell some back, who have been sick. stands, the Carter bill simply. provides

' the Abandoned university build- Peter O. Knight Tom F. McBeath, Keen. I Mary Fayett has recovered from for the office of assistant at- }

.- ."u City; and make a report county superintendents galore, J. The judges made their decision in measles and is with us again. torney general. ;t

_M8Uktttre' The Cone r680111- Walter Kehoe, prospective candidatefor favor of Evie Dell Keen Tom Chas- j I We regret losing from our number Mr. Crane in the senate introduceda 1

:been defeated, the fight .congress agianst Hon. W B. tain and Blanche Horn. i Farie Cannon, who has gone home. bill appropriating $15,000 a year '

'e-J- It laving been led by Senator Lamar, Frank Clark, Rev. C. X.Carroll Third Grade. Miss MABB. Farie was one of our best studentsand I. for. two years for the Florida State

g **" T?}e committee being ap- of Ocala, and many others ? we will miss her. I Mid-Winter Fair at Tampa, and Mr. .
4 1 -"be Jennie'Lee Keen returned to school :
,regarded as the en- Truly now all roads lead to TaUa-
***"" and may 'lead' to' the hassee. ,- ,*. "A !4 L.. Monday. (Continued on page four.) : (.Continued. on .page eight.',.! :) '



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U\'JI OAK 'DAILY 'DEMOCRAT.: SATURDAY APRIL."Pneumonia's .--.: ::1W4 1h' ,

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.' JIM eeaIUe ORDINANCE No. MAIl to the northern bounadrr of Wilbur lt7G
De.dIr Work street as It now stands running at
I your'cough Is only In the,throat and I Ordinance' to* amend Sections rifht angles to Bald Ohio avenue 1032

has so seriously affected mr r1ht does, not ,trouble you now. don'ttLiak I 1. Z and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the feet to. White street White's Addition 3.3sowa.BRQiWIii.

lung." writes Mrs .Fannie Connftr, that It needs no atentlon. When I City of Live Oak. Florida being an Irf said City of Live Florida
;Tens'.. Ordinance entitled "An, ordinance to tree
1 Georgetown feet
of Rtral Route it has,not had much of a:start Is the excepting therefrom
I prohibit the running at large on the
that I.conghed continuously nifhtand across the northern aide of the
aeignbOr'Prediclionconsumptionseemed -]t-tine, to check itThe slightest I streets. of the City ,of__Live Oak. of Parshley family burial -grounds
day and the, cough easily leads to "Pne8m ula.1 horses, mules hogs and goats and which Is Included In said description s;aX :: --
: -i Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle -: to provide for the impounding and and within the Iron fence Inclosingsaid jlClANa':4

until my husband brought' home of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will. disposing of the same,*' passed : burial grounds. un:oA>t : :
Dr. King's Wscotery. September 30th. 1903, and approved Section II. That condemnation
a bottle o : ;
cure that cough. The price puts It ,,
October 6th. U03 -
to be the i proceedings shall be instituted in the DR.
which. 1a my case proved of within reach of all. Sold by Suwan-: Be It ordained by the Mayor and Lname of the City of Live Oak<< ,. In.accordance J. y. ;
only real cough cure and restorer t nee Drug 'Co. dw" I City Council of'the City of: UTe Oak'T with the provisions- of the

weak sore lungs." When all other Florida: : Statutes in such case made and provided Phy33IcfanCufl

remedies utterly fall you may still t able publications of Its kind nublish-i Section ta. That Section 1. Section for the purpose of carrying OBice .

e win In the battle against lung and I eded In the United States. It Is 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance out the provisions of Section 1 Of : Rm"U:_
printed on heavy book paper and con i No. 16 of the City of Live Oak. this Ordinance. Residency
throat troubles with New DlseOTerT'j M tains thirty-four pages Is published I Florida being; an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance '

the real cun;. Guaranteed by Bart t on the 25th of each month. Each andevery I "An ordinance to prohibit the run- shall take effect upon its passage by n--omc..,g0,101 ,1

; clay &; Groover druggists. 50c and department Is In.charge of an ning at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the Dna 1iGa.vwstAz"I'ox' .' 1
'100. Trial bottle free. dw" expert. No on* who has a horse cat- City of Live Oak of horses mules i Mayor or upon Its becoming an &&are ::t

tle or live stock should be without hogs and goats, and to provide for i ordinance without the approval of the E.
,this publication.MAXWELL'S the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. M BROOIJ

WONDERFUL CLTJB: OFFEKT TALISMAM is a handsome same" approved October 6. 1903. be Introduced by Alderman F Ion '

.--.;.." 32-page monthly publication and the same are hereby amended so. Robertson and passed by City ----..

What .Fire Dollars. and s T -nt1'.FlTe printed on heavy book paper and as to read as follows: Council In regular session assembledon Y&,CacLIVE
Cents Will 'Do. "*"' 'f contains many handsome half-tone Illustrations "Section 1. Horses. mules, hogs, this Sth day of April..A. D. 1907. OAg '

It Is a publication thatIs and goats sb.all.not be allowed.to: run CHAS. H BROWN. .:
This paper, at quite an expense and I edited by the Hon. A.Maxwell at large upon any of the streets alleys President City Council. WiD PNCtiee III aD _e
deal of work has arranged a : ial.u..tielte.. Uri
a great lanes or unenclosed property of Attest
one of the best-known writers In W"countr1' :
Club offer of fourteen well-known; No publication in Its class the City of Live Oak.aid that cows I S. P. MAYS City Clerk. .teaRta AJI bNsvs
Papers and Magazines Including the shall not 'be allowed to stun at large
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for compares with Maxwell's Talisman. I. S. P. Mays City Clerk of theCity :I'nI.Ic SautOsTOrorivi
been published at Chicago Ill upon any of the streets. lanes or
It has I of Live Oak. Florida do hereby
only $5.73. Realizing that we could j public highways of the said City or D
for seven years. certify that the abpve and foregoing L.M.
largely Increase our circulation we
other within
unenclosed, premises, m
entered Into w ,contract- to use the THE FARM. MOX.EY MAKER Is I the following boundary in said Cityof OrdlDplce.- 57 was regularly passed -
: Council the 8th day
by the City on
? Papers and Magazines thatm cmt large handsome'publication which Live Oak Florida to-wit: DENtiY
this Club. The Bally Democrat does tas;been running a great many year .Bt"gtnnl&at a point- iere Irvio., of April A. D. 1907 and the same ;
net make a cent out of this offer. In Cincinnati. O.. and contains Tart and First streets Intersects;and running 'Is" hereby certified to the Mayor for "-

In fact we lose' money, but by In- ous departments in regard. to every south to where Irvin and Carroll I I approvaL :
hand and seal of said
creasing our circulation we can secure part of the farm sad also has many streets intersect thease east to 't Witness my Wong :
more advertising and also get a bet- well-known writers in charge of Houston street, thence south along },r City this 8th day of April A. D. ,

ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence I 1907. S. P. MAYS T. J. LYii

., fore.made an offer that equals ours.t home and also matter that Is lat. ? east on John street to Church street : (Seal) Clerk. -,
Every paper goes to you for one full estlitg and of value to every member thence south on Church street to corporation -I City PracticalWATCHMAKER
year. All are well known and long of the family.SOUTHERN. Examined and approved by me
line east on corporation -
this 9th day of April A. D. 1907. AID
worth times the a
established and
many POULTRY FANCIER line to White street thence
M. Mayor. .
price we ask. They are from the Ills magazine Is devoted to poultryand north on White street to Howard I 3S,.ear'sGood ezperie
South North. East and West. Their all of its departments and Is street, thence east on Howard streetto *
combined values Including the Live published at Atlanta. Ga. Each Issue a point opposite Georgia avenue The Price of Health. of Watch il*

Oak Dally Democrat Is over $13.00.offer contains: from 40 to 50 pages printedIn thence north to and along Georgia "The price of health In a malarious .. .' 5 s.
able to make this
We are only magazine form on heavy book pa- avenue to the northeast corner of i I..E lto BMM. ,
for aer1' short time and It will positively Bryson street and district Is Jut 25 cents; the cost ofa
per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons Georgia avenue,
be withdrawn soon.: If yon pet stock turkeys geese ducks, thence due north along section line I box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," J>OBERSON&SKi
want the best bargain ever etc.. will not only save but make to a point opposite Fifth street, writes Ella Slayton of Noland. Ark.
you. order the Club now. Do not by having this well-known thence west to and along Fifth streetto
New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im-
hesitate too long.If
wait for you may magazine before them. If anyone Atlantic Coast Line railroad A1OLNEYS -:- dWEll
you are already subscriber to any takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic I part new life and vigor: to the sys-

or aU of the papers In the Club your say that It Is one .f the best of its Coast Line railroad to First street. I tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed do general practice %vTwin

time will be extended one year from kind and is as handsome readableand thence west along First street to I at Barclay & Groover druggists. dw Federal Csa=. '
date of your order. Probably you do "
valuable is point of beginning.
a poultry as
to have all of the Papers and go.rs 1 s.i [lJ t
not care +s 1
published, we will send same to them "Section II. It shall be the detT
Magazines sent to your address. If AND INSPECTORS.Live lie uti ,
of the CLERK
three months as an absolute preeetfuTHE City Marshal or any deputy
not. you can split the Club and have' Marshal or policeman of the said 04th t
them sent ot any number of different WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALs City to take possession of and place Oak. Fla., April 11. 1907.
addresses or two or more parties can published in Boston and no matter In JEOLEYSHOIffiP
a pound to be
provided for that
come In together and divide the Club what price is paid for a similar pub- The Board of County Commissioners -
purpose any horse, mule bog or I
t among themselves. On acouct of the Icatlon, no one will be able to securea I. found by him or them running goat at of Suwannee County. Florida at :aada.es e8Ieot. l"-

limited.time that we will be able to publication at the same price which large upon any of the streets alleys. I j a meeting called for and held on said
make this wonderful offer we will be Mil equal this one. It is published in
highways or other unenclosed date at which Commis-
property ; were present
unable to furnish sample copies to be interest of the women and child within CUNION I
said City and likewise
Anyone. We take pleasure In giving ren and it Is worth many times the take possession o; and place In said ; sioners W. A. Tison M. L. Burnett
a short sketch of each paper in the price that Is asked for the entire pound found and J. H. Grant appointed the following
'I t- any cow by him or them ?tr
Club. Club. running at large on any of the streets named persons Inspectors and

THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of I COLUMBL MAGAZINE is published alleys. lanes public highways or Clerks of an election to be held in

Memphis. Tenn.. Is In Its seventeenth In New Tork in magazine form other unenclosed property of said said County on May 2, 1907.
year. It Is published monthly on the and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the boundaries -
11 : 15th of each month. Colonel HughL. magazines of its kind ever produced prescribed in Section I hereof." District No. 1.-W. T. McCnllers, Wholesale

Bedferd. its editor is one of the by any publisher. It Is full of Interesting ;"Section ,VII. For catching and J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady. Inspectors .

best-kno agricultural writers In the matter and contains articles Impounding stock under this ordinance ; A. J. Williams Clerk. an.t

United States. He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal shall be entitled District No. 2.-W. E. Harrell. J.
farm near Memphis and also has a best-known writers In the country. to the following fees, namely: tailDealersinft
large cotton plantation In Mississippi This magazine will please all, no matter For catching and Impounding horses R. Bass
and an orange and fruit farm in how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per bead spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk.

} Florida. He is ably assisted by a what they read. goats thirty cents per head hogs one District No. 3.-Will McLeod; G. Wei

large number of department editors THH PRACTICAL FARMER This dollar per head. For feeding and W. Goff and A. M. Moseley Inspectors da and
special writers and correspondents. taking care of such stock while In ',.
well-kno magazine which is published W. "
Whatley. Clerk .
of Its ;
makes specialty
The Journal a pound for horses, mules and cows be ;,
Cotton. Manufacturing Lumber and in Philadelphia is not only one shall receive forty cents day District No. 4.-L. C. Young. J. H.
_per per
of the most successful of Its kind,
Industrial Departments in addition head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble Inspec-
but without doubt one of the most
.to ,haying full and complete departS carefully edited papers in the United per day per head each; for advertisIng tors; Ed. McLeod. Clerk. 11EA
ments of the Home Garden Fruit. and selling such animals he shall ]
Poultry Cattle. Live Stock States. Any farmer, planter, or, in receive the' of District No. S.-T. H. H. Hunt T. E
ij Farm. sum fifty cents for
who has flowers
fact fruits
' .; etc. It Is very readable and full of vegetables anyone live stock and poultry. horses, mules or cows per head and L. Dorsett and W. M. George Inspectors -

i : bright snappy news and contains 32 will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- ; B. E. Martin Clerk.

: pages. five cents per head each. The wordhog" District No. 2f!
will save them during the year many 6.-J. S. Newsome S. Phone
ik' THE ..ll1ERICF.UUIER., of In- under this ordinance shall be
times the price that they pay for the G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. In-
itlt dianapolis. Ind., baa been pubUshedpt. entire Clsb. taken to include "pigs.
t' enty-
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEs shall take effect immediately upon District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst T. Z. Promdt

contains a full"page poem from this published In New York in maga- its passage by the Council and approval Hurst and B. M. Holland. dejJanywhere'
zine form and contains from 30 to 60 ;
well-known: writer. It Is published I. by the Mayor as to mules A. J. Bass Clerk.
monthly and contains pages. There pages each issue. This well-known horses goats and bogs, but shall not

a Is ao better paper for the home and publication contains many interesting go into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-G. H. Dorman, J. iij

farm than this well-known publica stories, and some of the most valu- from Its passage by the City Council M. Kite and J. H. Johns Inspectors;

tion.SUCCESSFUL. able articles which are prepared by Passed by City Council in regular J. E. Ferguson Clerk.
well-known writers. Every depart- session this 8th day of April A. D.
Is published -
FARMER and has been ment is fully covered by experts in 1907 CHAS H. BROWN, District No. 9.-S. W. Gary W. R.More City.THOMPSON .]
at Des Moines. Ia., this publication. One of the most interesting President City Council. and Calvin Sistrunk Inspectors
established. Each Issue contains ; ="'!
long departments is that con-
AttestS : Stewart
Smith Clerk.
from 50 to 60 pages, and 1is one ducted by a well-known writer under P. MAYS, City Clerfc.
complete District No. .iDra.s f
handsomest and most 10.-A. H.
of the Hall L.
the world. the head ot "For the Little Fellow, I I, S. P. lays City Clerk of the
,> publications of its kind of the in farm and and another is "Chats With Mothers" I City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby A. Leggett and J. F. Williams In-

-t Every department In this paper Another is "Decoration of Your certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. "L. Sealey Clerk. and DelivFurniture ,
heme Is fully represented Home," and another valuable depart- Ordinance No 56
departmentsis was regularly pass- District No. 11.-5. moving i
and each of these Phillips. H. t
ment under the head of "Embroid-
It is a very ed by the City Council on the 8th day C Kight and
of an expert. A. M. Lewis
in Inspectors
charge ery, also a department of "Amusingthe ; STOVE W
handsome publication and Is a month- of April A. D. 19'Ji,, a.<} the saute,T. A. Mikell
Children. and another one under is hereby certified to the Mayor for Clerk.
ly published on book paper. the head of "Home and How -to his approval District }.. 12.-S D. Bugging, .J Any Je'ngth delivered

t. *GREF\S FBUTT GROWER of Really Make it Home" and another Witness my hand and seal of said D. Goss aad J. J. Holmes Inspectors .

Rochester, N Y., has been published department under the head of "Our eIty. this 8th day or April, A. D. r J. H. Anderson Clerk. ; of city, promptly. .
for twenty-seven years and Is edited Beauty Doctor There are many 1907. ;
who is said other interesting articles in this publication District No. 13.-H. E. tusines.
f' by Col. Chas. A. Green (Seal) s. P. MAYS Delegal. W. _
to be the best-known writer of this which space alone forbids us City Clerk. J. Reynolds and A. a Johnson In-

kind In the world. He is ably assisted to mention. Any subscriber to this Examined and approved by me I spectors; J. J. Corbett. Clerk. H. J. MOBitContractor
by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as- Clubb will after reading this paper, this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907 District
sistant editor. These two well-known we believe, renew their subscriptionfor M. E. BROOME. Mayor. No. 14.-T. C. Williams .and

_; gentlemen also have a large numberof same from year to year withoutany U B. .Davis and T. G. Hall Inspectors

department editors and special solicitation upoa the part of any ,- ; W. L. Mclnnls Clerk. Apply for pIa; _.
is: ORDINANCE: >0. 37.in .
writers. This magazine one.All District No. 15.-T. J. Lanier. J and speC fi .
worth the price that we ask for the of the above Magazines and Ordinance providing for the A. GIlby and J. J. '

entire Club. In Its class no paper Papers contain stories and reading establishing, openiag.. and extendingof A. L. Collins Inspectors; Office on Ohio Ave..A.i
In this country compares with It. matter for every and all members of Wilbur street la, the City of Live' Burton Clerk

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

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

; lication which Is published monthlyand ment of the home, farm and business street In White's Addition to said J. C. Brock. Clerk
covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and
to of the well known are fully thirty-two
is equal any District No.
magazines This alone Is You will see thousands of new pic- ( (1032 feet said street to be fifty -J. a Parker T. ,
# worth the entire price of the Club. tures and illustrations in these publications < 50> feet In width. W. Scott and W. H. Johnson. Insp 's

Carefully edited and contains matters during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor and tors; H. B. Brown. Clerk.

that will Interest every member o' the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City ot Live Oak The Board ordered the Note the
papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: Clerk to gat es
family. be able to offer to Its patrons a Club Section 1. That Wilbur street in prepare the official ballot to be voted CURESOn

SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is pub- of this kind. composed of such repre- the City of Live Oak Florida, as It at said special election to be held In

lished at St. Louis Mo., on the first of sentative Papers and Magazines, and now stands, be opened extended and this County on May 2nd
month, and contains from a 0 too each and established from the 1907. and the SHo
each we can bay to every one eastern side of Place thereon the
; pages. It Is one of the best-known that our offer Is worth mauy times Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet names of all qualified -

magazines published and Is In Its the price of 13." and no one will In width, at right angles with said electors, who. by reason of petition Opiates 1An

fifth year. It Is handsomely gotten make a mistake in taking advantage Ohio avenue eastward to White street or certificate are entitled to bare DnggS ts, ll, ''r

I up and contains many interesting of same. In White's Addition to the said City their names printed thereon
I articles full of valuable Information We call your attention to the advertisement of Live Oak, the northern boundaryof The Board Por *"" *

for every member of the family and of the Club elsewhere which said extension shall be a 26th adjourned to sleet April The City Plj
I will please alLmXDED In this edition. You will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio 1901.

STOCK MAGAZINE 11 detailed information In regard to the avenue from a point on the eastern W. A. TISON Chairman LIVE OAK.r

I one of the handsomest and most read- C1u side of Ohio avenues directly opposite J. W. BRYSO. Clerk

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!' Jive9Jollarl and Seventy-five Cente .: DUTY FATHERttS *4S. 3=

, .+I I I . .... . . . . . . . .-. . .'. > ._. . . . to..M bunny: ..to keep bfanU ,I
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caat b*weU and crone U i t. _
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Does your bock ache' flays R
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WILL DO colored These ar.. .... "S
WHAT $5.75 stir*clena of ktdn: : y dis M* :;
Got well by tattacDR. _. r
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euro, oato roQablo Ecor
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of the Best Known and Most wo Bay cot c you! coney ??ij
Sixteen bek. Eton this terrible dl.. Rs;_ t .
eaae. Put rounolf on ta. s..a.spi "!
: 'f road.to h with V *:by buy -
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United States and the UIVE OftK\ DfllUY\ DEMOGRflT\ \ ---- ----. --- -, ----- ---- .-
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ONLY | To COntractors and Prospective Builders: .


At a Large Expense, to 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 -
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. I
" to Offer Them the .1

The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I I
Greatest.. GiuDDino Otter Ever Presented DO a PaperThe _

season Is at hand for subscribing for jour newspapers and magazines for the new year. This
'it'th. age of popular enlightenment through the products ef the printing press. The family which Is
inpplled with an abundance of good clean. Informing and entertaining literature is always in the process
of self-education. The man, woman or child wbp Is reading good newspapers and magazines is going to LiveOakBrokerage & Commission Co.
school as truly as if enrolled In an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundanceof .I
attractive reading matter always at hand to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness Incident
to childhood. To supply the universal American demand for high-class periodical literature we have
arranged with the several pUblshers interested whereby we can offer you

Seventeen Great. Papers and Maoazlneslor' Price ol only $, 5.75 Flour Cigar I >:

Snowflake, Comet, ObM Anita Fenindez

Look at this Wonderful List
When you eat good br such as these brands .,j

,Planters Journal, Memphis, Tenn. Southwest Magazine, St. Louis, Mo. bake and drink a cup of coffee of .IMPERIAL
American Farmer,Indianapolis, Ind. Blooded Stock Oxford, Pa. make, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this

Successful Farming, Des Moines, la. Housekeepers Magazine, Mihneapolis. .
brand. If you don't, you ought. to feel like;a new
Maxwell's TalismanMagazineChicago The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland.
man. -
The Farm Monsy Maker, Gncinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston 1

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

Modern Stories Magazine, New York Practical Farmer, Philadelphia I ;
Taffy Tola Globe, Impertalj,
Southern Poultry Fancier,Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul i ,

Live Oak Brokerage Commission Co.

SEVENTEEN Great Weeklies and Monthlies-Combined Price over $13.50 I

This Offer is Good Only For a Very Short TimeIf In Your Laundry Work GRAND r;

you are already a subscriber to any or all

of these papers your time will be extended EXCURSION.

one year on receipt of the Combi-

nation Price TO

.REFERENCES: Any Business House in This City or any Paper in Our PERRY FLA. i
Club] ,

If,YOU don't want all the papers sent to one address, you can split .they Club and have
{ we feel sure we can give you ON
.' them sent to any number of different addresses. greatest satisfaction. There is an I
Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papersin added stiffness and a glorious gloss
work that enhances the MAY 6TH.
put upon our
Jur Club. This gives'a full description of sack paper. pppearance and lengthens the life of
'The Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you your linen. Bring your Shirts Col- .
lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and
save. Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc.. to our 1
Laundry, and you will have them Come. one and all and enjoy yourselves

'(!!!ij Pope r nod Mogalile is WKllOll K nod ore from me North, 8 South, East f on West f fEve14y price quickly factory.. and manner carefuly at done a satisfactory in a satis- wannee Music Brass furnished Band. Don't by the miss Su-

hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

\ Paper Goes to You For 1 Full Year freshments.
Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE ED. DAVIS. Gen. Mgr.B. .
J. MADISON President.G. .
139.' T. W. PAXIEL,


on work and will guarantee satisfaction have opened up a barber shop
. . . . . . II. . . . . . . . . . . at beat prices. Reference: 8. oa Ohio avenue in the White build-
A. Hinely, Live Oak. Call at Demo- lag and solicit the patronage of the
1 crat once.iOTmII0NEYAZWTAP. white people. Shop is newly fitted
Dollars and Cents
: up clean.and everything kept neat and

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_ I := .ope the cou b .c1 be&1e.lux.( McQueen & Griffin.t .

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IAYJS, OAK .J-1AILr DEMOCRAT., S' ."' '__ '; .,,';0'- _

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'-.. THAT.FRANCHISE'TAX BILUJf : STATED:r. rar t1'iriEOO : ". .-; ; ;-. ., '. .... *_+*'.....<- *. _* ._* -
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bill, now pending lathe leglsla* Of1 Florida 'DJucationaf Association '

''r M-tp1i"6itii:ed every Afternoon* tu're' which'Is gaining some notoriety Was in Session Here Today.Tne ;rnorI4'5'\ Pleasui > -

f : Except Sunday.". *. isknownas Senate:BUl Xo.: -8;, andseekjCtoTevy ;executive comnxKtee :.of the i ., r. +\ .**\f *&" -* % "'-
+ 1J" '- :ajtax>iK&i! ;a verjUtornj +fFJorida Education ,:Association met .We alllsBowrwhat a blank dull place,this .z.
J. F. SHERWOOD, Editor and Ma'g'rYHA of public franchise::.wietH!$riate.<.t j5 this. '.b y today to-:, &pare ,a in'e'-. t4 :x. ;;r-v. e ,'al .
I be if it not for of the
were some pleasures
LIYE OAr) 1JBLtSfltIG=COYPITT.s bi,state; county or municipality': S<5 gram for the nexlj meeting of the aa-, .e ,.

broad Is its scope that It Includes and sociation-at, Marianna' December. 31. termingled with our work and worry. .
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be mentions besides railroads and ex- Among the members' of the committee -

mailed tp any part of the United press companies. all street railway present and p participating in Same wolnt J

States postage prepair. for $5.00 lines water works electric light the meeting were the following: R. pleasure

per year; J2.50 for six months; plants gas pipe lines or.works. where E., Hall of Miami., county 'superintendent er

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents such companies have been grantedany Dade county;' Prof.' O. L.Mlzelle the rshoes
Delivered ;
In advance.
fire weeks.
for '
franchise the state by the
by or
ember school board Bradford -
to any part of the city by ply
..... becausells
city. In which they operate. 1i
county or r
carrier for, 10 cents per week. county; J.V. Simmons, Tice-
We have already on the statutes a principal Orlando High school; J. A. found the ri kir.t =

r 'i I law which, compels .railroad companies Ormond. principal Marianna High
FOR STATE SENATOR. to make returns of their proper- school; Prof. :Asa. B. Clark principal III file"Q .

Seventeenth Senatorial District. ties and which;In our judgment is Quincy High school;' Miss S., S. Nelson for $3.00

r The friends of Mr., J..-B.:.,Johnsonf J jrutScIent for the;exigencies if proper- of the uwnp.ee High school ttetft&i 4

,hereby announce his name as a cand;.ly'e enforced., Franchise taxation la a of this,city: and'MisstRubr riawkins. : | .is.h.. nobby shoe for every'foot, and as Quaker lh es&reiti

::date for State Senator, and earnestly question which it ,seems, Florida of the Jasper Hlg h school.. in Specialty
by exports a factory
:;folicit the support of all good true ; should handle very carefully aj this The program as,prepared is as foK foot-coBfejJ

s -Democrats at the special.elecUon 10 tote ,*' time Tie crying,peed for more;capital lows: ) -"f.. ,.. r. ,' I lasts and oat of the best and most ;popular Jeatherajl*1'f'
' : county,
held la'xSuwannea to develop our great natural resources
Tuesday, Dec. 31, 190;.
1: weIL and satisfaction
sure give
May 2nd. 'VOTERS. is too well tQ 4fc means'"Quaker"4 pI
known to us all ,_ tylotnlng.m ;3 ,J-, ...

FOR STATE SENATORI ; The comercial interests of Florida"demand ., ,* shoes' are made by the'Goody ; et.t '

, I hereby annource myself as the opening of new lines of MusicMusic.. 'T"' ''' --

c'O -candidate'lor,the office,of"State SenUtor -.railwaanct'narigatfo: .,- C1\iea and :3' t ens of te com@. ;) 't t doing awwith the, tacks,1 wax and thread foa'a

Senatorial towns are lit actuaY aeed'tlt electric '. : side shoes,that hurt burn '
' for the Seventeenth : f :'ofso many and blister
I I:light and power plants, water systems
District of Florida, and respectfully Response--Geo. M. Lynch
Democratic 1:and street'railwijs; But thesj wilt s :; .This mearis too, that thay are soft'and pliable. :
iblicit the support ot 4JJe -' & L fti *"
Toters of Suwanneo dour tJ': &> I;the necessarycapital, -IWhere':and PPr' s ;!Annual Address.LectureDr.ABlackuian .* v AH+in all with item summed rii"
every up, you
V.\ .A, TISON?[ 1 I how shall; these needful things come Music. '0'" .*....r :.. !
< but! by Inducing capitalist to assist : ." -- ; the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be bs t

of 'In the development of such enterprises Wednesday, Jan. 1, 9OO a. m. J J
In connection with the Question
? Shall drive, away the one Invocation. ; =
Thaw's ability to properly advise his
thingneedful by enacting a sweeping Paper-J. B. Escambia.i &'
Lockey Remember ask for "The
counsel wonder what Delmas thinks i to "Quk shoe that
Franchise Tax law? It certainly ,: ;
Discusslon-Supt. Geo. F.
now since he has advised him to quit'If "
would be poor policy to expend.money Bradford.-! ,hurL .

the United States courts are going in exhibits of our natural re- Paper-COrporal ,Punishment F. <'it!

to co.ntillue'to find the Standard' sources and products and in Inducing A. Hathaway Orange. I
capital to our borders and then meet DowlingLumber&NavalStoresI
Oil Company guilty at the rate of Discussion-Miss Hattie Carpenter. :
them square in the face with a tax
1.463 counts at one sitting, they will E
soon need a counting machine. on the very privilege we offer them i Paper-Mrs. Edith Hunter St.

: as' ,an inducement to come. j Lucie. : ; DOWLING PARK, FLORIDA ;::1'J

From now on until the adjourn The bill if enacted Into law will j Discussion C. Compton. Lake. \ "-'. !
ment of the legislature orators'will delegate to the Comptroller the Lecture-Dr%Andrew Sledd. . t t t t......;
right and to judge to the -==<
find everybody busy and a little,hardof power as I Afternoon.: i
proper returns on the valuation of j VISIT THE POPULAR.HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT .tDOWLING !
hearing In both branches of the Paper-Dr. S.I.. Tucker-English
any and all public franchises a feat- in '
Florida legislature. The remainderof High Schools. -
this session will or should be em- ure which is open to serious object{ Discussion Prof. McBeath.: Ala- PAR
tion. It is our opinion **
that if the chua.
ployed in the work of clearing the
desks of important legislative matter. assessments on the trunkllne rail- Paper-Lation in High Schools 1wu :
Hundreds of measures have been Introduced ways now operating in this state had Miss Sarah ,-rcCre ry. Marlon. / DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE lIVEr ..;-'

special committees darned, been raised tot something like an Discussion-"p". ;of.''S. E. McIntosh '

and work enough mapped out to keep I equalization of other taxable proper- Jackson. Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cotta

all'members hard at work all sum tie sthe franchise tax would scarcely Paper Mathematics W. N.
have been deemed UNSURPASSED. GOOD GOOD BEDS. Me
mer. necessary. Sheats. Leon.DiscussionA.. WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELESJUPH Ae'
I In the older sections of our country B. Jarrell Col- PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVIU.ION& OLV

From yesterday's Issue of the Tallahassee as the north and east where re- umbia. RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES'FROM Live OAK.onuviag*
have been AcljLF. CONNECTION IT Live M WIT!UX
more fully devel-
}. Sun. It appears that tne bill Evening, 8:00 p. m.
recently Introduced ,by Representative oped and where public franchises do Music. k ," ADDRESS PARK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK. FLORIDA.
not uvttf
begging because of
Farris of Duval may stir up a go more favorable Lecture-Dr.'Lincoln Hutey, 1,

t; hornet's nest among the'members of conditions we have no doubt Entertainment-Local Talent. II' lilt t 111111111111 J 11111 J I J 1111111111111 III,,;.u'
the Internal Improvement Board. such a tax is just.but in a state Thursday 9:00 a. m. , uu,

4 This bill porvides to speedily deter like ours with so much to accomplishin Invocation.

mine the status of the Internal Im the way of development of natural Paper-Primary Work-Miss Em- II SOUTHERN BUSINESS COUfG E
provement Board and directs the Attorney resouces and launching of enter- mie Quarterman, Gadsden. j jIH
prises for the
General to commence suit in public good which in I Discussion. .

4 the circuit court of Leon county asking turn requires. that conditions be I Paper J. W. McClung. Hills- i
made such as to induce
rather than
for an adjudication of the statusof l boro.
-the board. This bill was drawn divert capital we should approachthe t Discussion-Prof. Cantrell Franklin ,l.I .
from question of a franchise tax very .
pencil draft furnished by At-
torney General Ellis after a meetingof carefully and eliminate from any Paper-E. names: Dade.

the board at which he understoodit such law any thing detrimental to I Discussion-C. A. Keith Vol usia.

was the wish of the, board that sucha the enterprises which are of far more Lecture-Dr. Carr l1.

law be enacted. After'the bill had value than the revenue to be derived Afternoon.Round .

been introduced Governor Broward from a franchise tax Jaw so Table. I

said in an Interview with the Talla- sweeping its provisions. Library Association. L--- _' _
i 4 V,
hassee Sun editor: "In my judgment Business Session. l'i ____
there's From time be/ond memory the men
no for this bill. andy Thursday Night. ,
of Wall street have held that luck
Mr. Croom also member Music.
a of the
board, said: '"Af a meeting yesterday once departed never cornea back and Lecture-Dr. Carroll. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT]

afternoon at which Governor I because of his unquestioning acceptance Music.ImpersonationsW.. i I '
of this belief Samuel B. Van
Jennings was present I asked General t I Powell Hale.
Ellis if he had drawn the Farris Siclen, one of the great army of curb- For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLASSS

-- bill. He said it was prepared in his I stone brokers ruined by the recent r SCHOOL NOTES. will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only $30.00.
panic, lies dead at his home as a result J
office from his penclfdraft. then ,
I Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged t '
of a self-inflicted bullet wound. (Continued from page one.>=
declared my pposition to jt,':and none II i I student entering en this special offer can finish within the
of the other; trustees except General Van Siclen's old friends and rivals of j I This afternoon we had our pre- + scholarship IimIt1
I the curb talk in the intervals of buy ..
Ellis expressed themselves in its I :[lUminary contest for the medals offered This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss.
ing and selling today of the Iron
favor. General.Ellis, said that he I I by Prof. HeIven ton Capt. Do wish ie st
would not'work" for ; nerve and self-control which ,upheld sand you your salary increased? Enroll with us, and
if members Its. uaage. but him through the vicissitudes of for- I:' Hillman, Those >o took-patUa-tae-_ help you to a good paying position or get a better sought his opinion, he ,. .
; 'I
contest were Julia Pert Annie Belle
tune for sixteen years until the re- "
Uyjat-that bVis in favorof WRITE FOR CATALOG.
cent knocked the railroad :: Lyle. Lucy Dutill Maymie Good- J
It. ,'fb, this. 1 replied would do f
i ;
bread Lizzie Ale
market. "It's come at last," he said ; Harris. Jean
all I could to beatfcv
it.' because I "as it comes to all of us. My luck'*i Harris. Mattie Jenkins, Lucy'Hopson, '
thought It BUSINESS
The Democrat unnecessary believes;Attorney and unwise.Gen- has gone for good." ![: acquitted Sallie Porter themselves and. Drew creditably Gjjopver.* Mrs.All SOUTHERN COUJ L E

eral Ellis ts right in his convictionsIn
'j J. s. Roof, and Mrs. O. O 'Williams.i .
this matter. He realizes it is'time Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. LIVE OAK ,
:The pleasant cold remedy that expels I'acting as judges, chose Lucy Hopson, > |
to call a halt and we feel
sure tHe. the cold through its action on the Sallie Porter and Drew Groover to L. M. "i flTtON President '
people of Florida will endorse\ : G. S. STEPHENS PrtMHh
bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw* represent the grade at the final contest ''
actions and surprise is '
all hands that the advise expressedyon I of the.Attorney .I ': four, weeks hence. I I,' II I II III 1II11I11I i i- i i i i i i i i i i,i i iI iI
General upon matters Hugh Williams and Oscar Dixon Miss Crozier's Room. !
affecting !i I .
the state's Interests are not heededor of the Democrat force, went to Jacksonville Our attendance this week has been'[month. They are Gentry White and Dent Put y- off '
this the former ,
given consideration by members very poor. So many of the children I! Perry Rutherford.
i of this board. As a lawyer. Attor "see the elephant" and the latterto have measles and many have fever. for tomorrow what you cu"f

ney General Ellis has few superiors see his mother. We miss them so much, and hope I Miss Farnsworth's Room. day. if you put off bu7lnl1
t ,
if any in Florida and it apears to us they will soon be with, us again. jThe examinations were much better ,of Ballard's Snow Iinimentrj

it is safe to follow his lead in all Keep on smiling, and read our We had our preliminary cutest today I this month than they have been that pain comes you won't bI.J,1

matters wherein legal advise it greatest magazine and newspaper Several the contestants were. before. buy a bottle today A t

needed.' But this is their Own little clubbing ever offered by this paper. absent _on account of sickness. We I Fred Mills made 100 per cent .in. for Rheumatism: Burs

fight. They have already or may fall Particulars elsewhere in this Issue. regret so much they. were not here to I. arithmetic, and Trixie Tullock In Sprains, Contracted lIlusc1

out among themselves, and if they do t be in the contest. The three pupils I spelling Trixie made, the best S. Graham. Prairie Gro,

good In some shape will be more than J. J. Dixon went to Jacksonvile who are to represent this room in I average.In writes: "I wish to tbpk4! :

apt to result therefrom. There is today to visit his wife. She was reported the final contest are Rachel Bardin, I I the fifth grade Harry Edwards the good results I receiMi

going to be a day of reckonening: some better yesterday and Gentry White....and Joseph Cribbs.: "I made the_best,.hverager ; *.- I Snow VnlmenL It pqs1t1 1

sometime and from present indica-. it. is thought she.will., be able to re- On acount of so much'. sicfcnesa.'we)> Many,of the pupils are out becauseof ,!I me of* Rheumatism aftI' 4t

lions that day,is.near at hand.t tarn soon. have only two on the honor roll this sickness. t failed. Sold by SI1waatM

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.' READERS i. .April, 22nd { h

I 10 COMB AND THEY I GOfre ; '..... ':; :', ,;'.d '; 't-:' ::
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Oak and Snwluuie '

poaaty e of Gathered Reporter by the Democrat : ',.. "", ; Wednesday, April 24th: -.

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t. :'- Our entire new stock- will be placed on .display tables and priceswill

O.f,,Haddock was In the city to- ,.

be reduced for three ). ; '
greatly days only.
F: 'i' ,,
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LBe ert>today.j-g;; "1IIkeU' of Rixford.. Is "This' is our first lace and embroidery, sale:this season and should I:

f xr: g;', [ e1U returned from be of great interest:to all the ladies.. 4 ;1 .

jasper today. ,.,..., .

'flflsg",* ,Rosa-Marshal-left- this morn- REDUCED ,PRICES FOR CASH ONLY; .:: .

f"lor'Tampa. "

: t! if jo.Cant to sell 1,,M feaUey. :

:I t1s t! licensed auctioneer. HejseJIs."e .. THE LADIES' EMPORIUM ,1 I

: 4 j.H.Johns of White School house' ,

i 111 here today. .
: L. S. HARVARD Proprietor..

, t fjlr. Culpepper of White Springs t

|la,tie city today. ae

t .|. 11 i 11 i i i 11 i 1111111111 I i I i 11 i i i M I i I H 111111II1I1I11111111' 111111111111111111111111 1I111111I111111111111 .
I HOB.W.A.Tison returned to Well-

: this morning. .
t bOB, t .Mrs? Harry Taylor went to Lura- Mrs. E. L. Lanier of Rossburg I. ,V. B. Black returned from Tallahassee -' Please Take Notice.

this visit to her was here yesterday, the guest of her last night, on his home
: T. W Coleman.. of Perry Is In the ville pl.rnlng' on a I way j -The Ladies Emporium and Mrs. ,':
the Ethel. parents. sister, Mrs. W. T. Stokely while on i! to Hillsborough county and will remain -
ety: a pest of ,Lawler Milinery Store have kindly
her way to Lake City on a visit ot her here a few days visiting his
taken charge of some of our toilet II
t' 'j. D. Radford's baby was reported Mrs. R. E. P rnell. of the Park daughter, Mrs. Clemons. daughter Mrs. J. T. Clark.T articles ("France-American Hygien- |||

Ii pope better this morning. was ,here,: .last evening en route to over ic"). Our patrons will'please ask for 1'
.. wellborn. SUNDAY trains Live Oak. --Use Kennedy's Laxative :Cough
Ir. them when shopping at these two .
Ion Robertson went to Jackson- Perry & Gulf to Dowllng Park leaves Syrup. Children like its pleasant ,
places. Thanking in advance for
TIle! on business this. morning. TO RENT Furnished and unfurnished .,. Ct 8:00 a. m., and 1:30*.... p. m., .e- taste. Contains no opiates but drives :your you -
-t-ooms.I address :"R" In o\pe turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents the cold out through the bowels. patronage.ST.

1)OL J M. ,N. Peacock went to of Democrat tt round trip. Made in conformity to Pore Food and GUILD.

Drugs Law. Recommended and sold -
on'business this morning. I l
B. P. Pellert: went to Gainesville Mrs. M'Gardner d alias Ola by City Pharmacy. dw* Frank Brown, the negro charged

j | 'Vm ,will Tedder and" baby came this morning,'after several days' stay rived here last evening! from Zolfo with stealing a trunk from Ed Por-

in Live Oak. Miss Mattie Register who has.been ters' house.had a preliminary hearing
i 9 from Fenholloway, this morning. Mrs: Gardner is still quite ill. but
I teaching at Wellborn fog the
e under the watchful scare of her : before Judge Connor this morningand

.!! .{nol: Bowling and son returned W. D. Whatley of ,Rocky Sink daughters here, it is to"be hoped she I weeks was here,today. She has the was- held to the Circuit Courtin
:jaaeteonvUia: this ''morning. was here today. Also J. M. Brownof will soon fully recover. best grit of any lady teacher we,knowof the,sum of $500. He was remanded h

.rjltnj'1 M the same section. and her management of the Wellborn back to jail In default,of bail.
) school has proved that she ought I
'eme'Atrthis reported quite There wil be p. big.picnic at Su-
her Col. L. E. Roberson returned tMso.rp.lng to be continued there for some time. were
to the! ifgoet friends.
of many wannee Springs May 4, ,to which Cards of invitation received
: he has
;from alpeJ''where-.. every body is invited and requestedto here, Monday,,to the wedding on May
is. f 1 business. -KODOL is a thorough stomach re
been on legal bring baskets well filled, and enjoy 1st, in Fairflelds Baptist Church
T lief. It what eat and
.n. .tfslVJn.friends. for a few days.k. "the good old summer time digests you Xorthnumberland county, Va.,. of,
gives the stomach rest and assists in
t Read our greatest magazine an 1 Rev Clarence Harper Ferran and ..
restoring it to its normal activity
O* T>M tto|'went to Tampa, newspaper clubbing ever; offered. by ( Mrs Hannah Elizabeth Fallin daughter -
SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, and,usefulness KODOL is sold on a
W i aid,will be absent for, a week. this paper. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas' Moore
; ,Perry & Gulf to Dowling-Park leaves guaranteed relief plan'by City Pharmacy
t! I' of that county The is well
JL f' R. at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning t
Mays and Mills, of Mrs B. W Helvenston went to I known here, having served for several f
at 5:50 p. m,-50 cents 'd"-I
Ho, were here last evening. this morning a visitto
; Jacksonville on Tound trip The corpse of Hattie years as pastor of our Presbyterian -

LM. relatives for a few days. student of the Florida Institute,*who f church in which capacity he ..
Morrison left yesterday for ,
accomplished a great deal of good
I died Thursday, was shipped to Cocoa
r, Ga visit to his mother.Apt Wood returned from Tallahassee f;
_, on a H. J. Cannon Mr. Shelton Eld. Supt. Fla., esterday The coffin was and endeared himself to all our people

of last evening, where he attended He is pastor now of the Presbyterian !
d Phil Dow ling and W. B. Burnett adorned with pretty floral offerings !
[+ ,Hillman from JacktHe the superintendents' convention. church in Lake City Fla.i
East Park, are here today. and a large number of students, besides I
and other points last even- He reports a splendid meeting, and at the whore he and his bride will be at
the teachers, assembled
, anA ; the results will redound to the In- borne to their host of friends afterMay
... .-..,,._ Mrsi L. F. Edwards son who terests of the schools of the state train. 15th-Punta Gorda Herald. +..
have been visiting relatives at Fort I .
a Erie K.tght" of Suwannee Sta-
White, returned home last night. -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the !
-.itvai vbitiag friends here yester- Col Sic Barco Informs us that ,
stomach and makes the breath as i t
1 Crystal River is certain to have a WALL PAPERWhen :
_, Ifyou want Braying done a sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by :j ,
bank. The citizens there started out ,
{ trunk carried to the depot, ttg'ht I druggists on a guarantee relief plan ,
[ JU Roberson. of Blank, Ala. to raise stock to the amount of in need of nice wall pa- :
U quick, phone 123 W N. Boat ght It conforms strictly to the National
visiting at Wellborn, Walt here $15,000, and in less than no time.
r I Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by per call on H. H. PETTY, at
$21,000 subscribed. Now it is
was 'City Pharmacy. dw* CLINTON & MCEK'S MARKET.FloiMo :
Uf Mrs Sid Conner and daughter. to the at
proposed capitalize concern i
fle you need a pill, take a pill Miss Evelyn, went to Jacksonville J25.000 No person is allowed to ,
The results in the treatment of Dr
be sure, it'e an Early Riser last evening on a visit to. relativesand Boo 111111Pews I
ti hold more than $1,000 worth of stock I Armstrang's many cases of eye o B N GO.
the ue told here by City Phar- friends. and tbe stockholders are mottled and
trouble in Live Oak have been remarkable ,
dw* I influential men. Crystal River seems
r Some cases had been to

t Rev Quarterbaum, the Evangelist [;to have imbued the Live Oak spirit, Atlanta and, failed to get relief, but t A PEACE. OFFERING.

was in town yesterday mingling with \fand Is forging ahead. ', ,were entirely cured by him. Crosse ,

R his DaIlY friends here He was 03 t, "' 'es positively straightened without

SALEUNIMPROVED his way to :Macon i t tEspec'allj operation. The doctor will be here

.. l When think in person one day only April 23rd
< reconiened fo Piles-- you
; i. : at the-hotel Ethel.

''ID A'' that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch about that fine !

[ ) Hazel Salve Sold by City Pharmacy -': Miss Katie Suraski returned from
Watch '!Jacksonville last night, where she

: 1 J, P Whidden and .family, of : you +f went to purchase her wedding tros-
a-Estate I ,
will here
.1Re I r need thinkRADFORD'S seau Her marriage occur
Hampton Springs, were hereyester- i
; ; within the next two weeks, and the
Florida to ,
day ,en route to South of I i i event will be a prominent one in s KIt
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remain permanently
H Jewish circles. Many guests from

tFarmsEtt; : Jacksonville will be present and the
Doc. Green says that bird dogs are
occasion will be a joyous one
destroying eggs and young birds on you and your best girl have hada

.- his place and wants the owners to "misunderstanding," and most eng-
ea After a notice given in these colu-
1 dQ keep canines at home. Where will find a aged couples do have them, you know i
you mns several weeks ago the negro
the best thing to restore her sweet

:YOUR $%50 wagon seats new. at J.1\I. choice assortment of preacher who has been holding temper and your own, too, will be a
I forth on the streets here went to
iiU. Bailey's the Auction HoiAe./ for box of our delicious Nunally's chocolates
t* PROPERTY the very best work for living, and it was hopedhe ,
$1.50. Other things in proportion i For who is the girl who
would remain quiet for a time
Be quick tt' GUARANTEED : : could resist tbe charm of our C.boco-
l WITHUS. Watr.hPC broke out again this morningand
but be
T late! They are pure, wholesome, ,
: 20 i bas been barranging the ai rat
-- Mrs. J. H. Davis left yesterday for __ and delicious; and second to none in i

her home in Cowarts, Ala., but will WATCHES REPAIRED the corner of Pine and Howard nearlyall quality There are more lovers
morning Business and '
tile men; 5
return In a few days. Mrs. Davis quarrels "patched u, with our candies : -
ir all others are disgusted with this ;
has charge of the Western Union i than with any other kind.
-RADFORD V>u inessand we understand several
Telegraph office In her absence. : ,

:&ifiding, Room 3. her Miss place.Baker of Jacksonvile, will fill I I, w 'IIVE OAK. flA. of suppress'the, then} will nuisance petition the for such council It 'Is..to FIoiido u Boo deb N NeS CO.

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N..3 I I.L Mad and STAT10NS. 1o.:. .4.ltiz.dfgt .ct1 ASSOCIATION COTTON GROWERS* Lumber, Shingles, ,Ice, Electric }'

Daily.Express... .Express DaiIr. Eeept SandQ. 1 Power and Tenfine:; '


I 30 p mLV/ Live 6 Oak-..... ..- I10 50 a m S G p m Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for-1

T a m S It p mlLv Porter s LY'tlO 30 a m S 20 II m or Business Houses at a very reasonable; rate. '

._Stokley._...__.---Lv 10 22 am' GO DID current-for i
105 a BIt a u p m Lv LO t tII' To Cotton Growers of the South- day and night manufacturing:purposes

a m. a 64 pm I Ly.__'--- r" 7 '.'{ 20 am. pmi Acreage Committee Calls for Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders hare 8tion
L. Ilia m 4 .0 pm Reduction of Ten Per Cent
10 am" 08 .m &.1 t, ,'and all orders promptly filled. -
.. _._ .... .Lv o.i :
Ar___ Wilmartb. 10 a m 4 20 pm
84oa 419pm Walmartb.-_........:...Ar.t. .. 1 will low
good prices
So m ILY. .) ,. We give you on gr412-.

S 10 a m .M_.... __L.uaYille-Luraville-----.. -...-- Atlanta April 18.The'followingresolutions flooring. Come and get our prices. 'co
LY -3
sao. 4.5 have been adopted by the .
& .L--.--.......Wilma1 9 53 a 1D Southern Cotton Growers .
Wilmarth'--- ---Ar .na.. 4 li p mo.s Grand and Jurors of the State of
10 O a m CZOpmL. tion: Jurors petit nee. Florida, _

1018 a m 24 p ia Lv___.Su.rannee River_......--Lv 9 U. m '.12 pm Resolved, That the Importance of regular: panel, and jurors summoned r.the second day .f '!taJ/1;;k''

10 ZO a. t 10 D ------ -_Norwood-.% ', 9 45 a. I 'J1 p ma. combination and concert of action is t ocomplete a Jury after the regular thw said Thursday btfiggg (

1031. m 4 40 p m miL..____ ._._ __ .Mayo.--...... L.. 9 33 a m 3 44 p m : needed to protect the cotton at a fair panel Is exhausted, who are acceptedand Second Day of HJ

18.0 a m tLv ......->>a.o.-Z.i \r. value to the producer and that every serve on the Jury in the circuit for a State Senator of the

.;- Ar --Altoe L. single individual feel himself pledgedon courts criminal courts of record and Florida from the r T
10 16 a .._. ... .t.lton.... V.
..._ .
.. state shall receive atonal
of this District
10 U a 2.' his return home to inform his county courts of sold R
n 05 a mu .........:.......?.--..._....X.yo...?. ..-.-.......:....::...._Lv. people by publication in hls4ocal paper "for each day of actual attend- posed f the Co( ntrftN,tTi|
L._....... laTa.. l.op m
1l1it. as 4 42 p .MirAr.. Of the enthusiasm and(work of ance upon the court three dollars flir BebracaiHpr oeeadoMj

1121 a m 449pmLv sr.r"" .p. 36.' .. 325pmv. this convention'on that liner'and to (J3)r but if a Juror at hIs own request death. cto the fifth Jay of i f.ol

L .. .............-...Salt If...... -- _L.. 9 Z:5: a man p- talk and inform the people of the is excused from serving he on. J. R. :\" & 8eSsaid
11 2S a m 4 5t p m 9s '
mL.-, .--..A.t'1..... 9 06 a ID t 45 pm community; and shall receive no compensation except District. sIn !!
11 t6 am' It p
mlLY Cbarlwn.... """'Lv' 9 00 a ra Iii p mI2(4am Resolved. That we believe every mileage. Jurors summoned to the TestimonyVleeoltjp
11 U a m i 17 p >K_S.._ 'Y. 229 man In the South should pay or con courts aforesaid to complete a jury hereunto set my hut lid q ,
i53am Pili
527pmI'L. & I' tribute something towards the sup- after the regular panel is exhausted Great Seal of the State tort We
', _. -.Fenholbwas__....Lv. PID' .
m'L._ I 45 a m 2 10 Tallahassee
.! 1' a m 115 p ssTY port of this organization and that it and who are not accepted and not ; the Ctw,3j
I __........ ..
Smark -.Lv a 38. m 115 pm the jury shall 8th day of April. A. D. U|?
U m I 43 pm'-. is where the people have paid they required to serve on ,
12M ID illOPIII &. "-"r'Perry'L... lSOa.. 110.m have taken the trouble to read and receIve compensation at .the rate of (Seal) IL CLAY calw(|

inform themselves and become Inter- three dollars ($) per day, to be flied Secretary i

(d) Telegragh or Telephone Station. (f> Flag Station (r) Register (a) Regular Stop. (a) ested; further and allowed by the court for the time J. H. RICKERSOX, 'I

Areftcy Station T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent. Resolved. That,with the natural expansion they are actually detained in attend Sheriff Suwannee Coati

BUS. nra er Agent. and increase in populationand ance upon the court. Jurors in the -""

TO THE immigration in the South the importance courts of county judges and justicesof C. W. tiV1LsoTAILOi(}
of diversification of our the peace and jurors summonedupon

crops, raising our own home supplies inquests of the dead, shall be

JAMESTOWNExposition (wtich will within Itself reduce the paid one dollar ($1) for each dayth4y

cotton acreage) is of vital importanceto serve on the jury. In addItionto Tailoring done at .Euben&kt\

the well being of the entire peoplein (the compensation above provided, antee store. Prompt serrktetlon :
our beloved Southland; that wesuggest alf Jurors shall receive ten (10)
this convention earnestly ask cents per mile for every mile neces-

tie executive committee and official sarily traveled in going to and returnIng -

members of the Southern Cotton As- from court by the nearest
via the socaition-national and state-to im- practicable route.

nsd!.tely urge every county and par- Jurors who attend on any of the -""DLAXATIVE -

:sh division to place the best men days of a term when the presiding

: AtlanticCoastLinePeople oossble in the field to present the judge is absent, or being present mm

matter in its vital light by showingthe does not hold'the session of the : .

cotton growers that diversified court shall be entitled to receive the 'tl

'I all over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- farming pays best, regardless of the same compensation as if the court

I price of cotton, and in addition thereto were in.session. THE "

I ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two to urge every cotton grower and Section 2. That this act shall take REW -

business man the importanceof effect immediately upon its passage
trains each with through Pullman buffet sleeping
daily way, allying himself with this association and approval by the governor. !iDEA

r ; further .
Resolved That we encourage and How to Avoid AppendicitisMost *
t Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson aid the carrying out of plans to build

from JOth November 30th at low warehouses and to victims of appendicitis are Tin Ilea cleva 21.s..a...9lt 1
sale daily April to rates. buy and sell cotton those who are habitually constipated. spry t

Coach excursions at very low rates. in the protection of the minimum Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures "A Cold or a Coup nmtf *
price that shall be named by this as- chronic daces constipation-tb "J* **
constipation by stimulating
i. For further information see your nearest railroad agent sociation. eyes ONe and throat instui dSt
tt e liver and bowels and restores the

i or write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Resolution on Acreage.The natural action of the bowels. Orino For the the system want of through moisture the tokw boa *

f : Coast Line Jacksonville,Fla. acreage committee reported as Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- dry and hard." Nearly all.*thes. *

_ follows: seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant are constipattn especial
Opiates. Kennedy'a I.antfwTar
T' In view of the fact that a great to take. Refuse substitutes.City moves the bowels ecnaia! I

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf many farmers have' adopted the IntensIve Pharmacy., dw. KENNELLAX

system of farming, increasingthe
_. ,
Railroad Company. yield per acre and new territoryeach Doctor Kurem-**I wish you would

year is being planted in cotton pay me my bill for curing your cold." ATIoOPTailasa I''

Schedule Effective, April 1, 1001. that heretofore has not grown cotton, Patient-"Well, Doctor, you did

thereby increasing the production work well that I
WEST BOUND EAST BOUND your so can't coughup ,
1ST.CL.t.S8 IDo:.CLASS_ 1ST. CLASS 2D.CLASS therefore in order to maintain satisfactory now."
Mail A Paaaen-Frt and Mail A P&8Mn 'Psasen' Frt. and and remunerative prices, we ,
P.... cer. Paaa. P.... PI' Cel' Paaa.No.1. Relieve Colds 1y..t
urge and recommend a full reductionof .
Bitten by a Spider. of the through a.o?
/ No.5. Ns 3. No.2. No.6. I No. 12 No.4. system
lIeD Dallr. Oaly SuedaJ' ex. Sun Only i osly Sundar. the year 1907. Through blood poisoning causedby Relieve Coughs

A.K. P. M.. P. M.. P. M. P. JL I, A. M. A. K. We further recommend that the a spider bite, John Washington strengthening the maco
Lave lAay. Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive of Bosqueville. TeL, would have lost the thro.t.chcst.I sai
.8 134 Z ......_...._....-LiYe Oak.._.... _...... 430 550 10 00 940 acreage so reduced be planted in food :
8 IS 143 2 M ...................Recky Sillk.._._?..?.__?... t 16 538 946 9 19 We are that his leg, which became a mass of For Cry up. Whoop g'
._...._.. I crops. sure unless the dCold.
c I 818 148 t 12 t at 942 113 < 4
8 152 ...........- 0M.reer.....................?_. 408 530 9 907 farmers unitedly reduce their running sores, had he not been per- Influenza, Bronchitis,
a 155 .....................;. Platt- .....................t 4051 527 t 351 903 acreage suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica Lung aDd Brosrsme
331 1 204 306.......................Lancaster..?........_._.... 356 t 5 18. 9 111 8110 I of fotton that they will be con- f U equal to Lssa+flt
L. 8 s S9.Ar 4S,L. Z 09Ar 4SLv, ........- ,n....Dowling owling Park Park.?.........."..., Lv Ar 3 3 L. 5 10 L. 18iLv 13, 8 812a 40Ar fronted at the end of the season with .Salve. He writes: "The first ap- JoA'7 a4I *. QU4II." r

so : 49 :=::::::::..... chancey....::::::::::::=: 3 33 5 06jAr; : 081 IAr 8 08 equally bad if not plication relived, and four boxes IlSc.104t'" it06s
853 452 4 17 _..........._.........Bell.- ................._... I 30 I I 806 worse conditionsthan healed all the sores." Heals every Put UII'" DIWlt3 a
,, 81? .57 420 _......_Kayo Jaaetion.: ....._.._...... 323 503.II 03 804 they were in 1904, when the +rsto.r et L 0.
a II .AI: 425 -._.._..Day-_... .__.. OOLv sore. 25c at Barclay & Groover,
4 5001.. 44..D................?.......... s I 25. Ii ,tAr 9001 56. 58 price of cotton went down to 6 cents : -*> Sold City
I 906 506 t 4....................?..._Silo_?....................3 19 454 1 8 .91 735 druggists. dw by r.
9 10 II 10 t 62 ...................._T.wnaend...................... I i 440 8 728 per pound.Mr.
9 525 5 12 .......................smith ....._...._....... ... 268 425 830 708
; II 1 38 5 n ..___--......_Fenhollowar_.............?..... Z 41 4 12 8 15 6 53 "My sister
10 II 6 es 600 -............_..._P.rry_........................ Z 30 .00 800 6401 I S. L. Bowen of Wayne, W. had a fright yesterday '
All UIA; \rIA .t15 ......_......-Hampton Springs............... 2 6 10 Ca. writes "I She had a black spider run her
1 P. LL M 5tL I ; 'JL45LL t 'k..IL( :.. M. : was a sufferer from up FOLEtHONEY
Kidney disease, eo that at times 1 arm.

1LT'O0. ALTON BRANCH. could not get out of bed and whenI "That's nothing, I had a sewing

E t did, I could not stand straIght. 1 machine run up the seam of my

took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol- pants.
.P lar bottle and part of the second AHD l

, Frt.. Frt Pass.. Paasen Frt. A: Frt.6r Pasaen Passen cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney This May Interest You *
. 61 Pus. Irer C.I' Pas& Paaa. .er gee Cure works wonders where othersare
: :: No one is Immune from
N'T."jN:9.'jN+ 11. No.ls" No 8. "No.:0. N0. 14. No.16. total failures. City Pharmacy Kidney
. 'Sunday Daily Daily Sunday Sunday trouble so just remember that originLAXATIVE !
e1.Saa..ox.Saa. Only Only e1.S.. .x.Sun. .Only Only dw' Foley's The
Kidney Cure
r=- :-:- stop the ir-
P. M. M. P. M. A. M. P Dd A. M. P. M. regularies
I and
' :.t; ;! L.a.e Leave Arrive I Arrive Arrive Arrive TO INCREASE PAY cure any case of kid- coin
9 10 440 i 940 6 30 .._......_.MaoJnnetioa.__.. ...._... Z 6s 320 8 r.s 20.:: OF JURORS.Bill ney and bladder trouble
\ 926 456 953 5 43j...._................Clark-................. 'I ( 303 842 152 that is not
, 9 IS 1 506 1003 553 ................._PetonlOlL..m. 'I 191 253 832 142 beyond the reach of medicine. City
F- 1000. 38. 1015 6 06,....................Mayo...... ................,. 115. 2 40. 82Q 130ArlO Introduced by Hon. W. R. norman Pharmacy. For conch, cold tt+
F 10 Ar i CO'Ar18 ZS 'U ....................Alt.. ..............._.....iLv 700 L. Z SOl Ly 8 lOlLy 120k to Increase Pay of Jurors dwe trouble No opiates. ,*
Good everybody.!.
k s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and and WitnessesThe NOTICE OF
f from; Live Oa, and Perry. For formation as to connections with The
following copy of a bill Introduced the Sheriff HONSY
otter lines, 'phone or call on General Dow- of Suwannee County
h Passenger Agent 'phone 147. ,
In the house by Hon. W. R. State of Florida Yellow package.Prepared. iz
t Live Oak. :
ling : Dorman, of this city: Know ol L
l-- THOS. DOWLIXG, President. R. p. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. Section 1. That ye, That I, H. Clay Crawford ComP1'1'
section 1586 ACity
i' of Secretary of State of the State Foley
t. the general statutes of. the state of of Florida do hereby give PhaOLEY

, Florida be amended so as to read as that a notice

ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT follows: Special Election ,

Section 1586. Pay of Jurors:_ will be held in the T:1Dl
county of
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iiiniiiiMiiaiSEABOARD TRAMMELL'S, 'FRANCHISE firm, corporation fall to make re-
turn of their 'franchises The EbctraSpecialsin
special :
herein,required, then It shall be the

I duty of the State Comptroller..assisted Sack
folowing is the franchise tax by the Attorney General and the .

i bill known .as Senate bill No.8. by State :Treasurer,. to assess such
Suits For Men
I : Airline Railway: lttr. Trammell, ,of the .Seventh.District franchises from the best Information -
; : accessible to him and he shall certify -

t Columbia Camden Southern Pines A bill to be entitled.'An act to pro- the said assessment In like man and YoungMen
t : for savannah, x _
Baltimore vide for and require the payment of ner as provided In section 5 of this
'i'Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, taxes on franchises and to prescribethe and
. Philadelphia and New York. act.Sec. at $15 $18-
. method for the return assess- 8. That the term "special ,

ment and payment of said taxes. franchise," as used in this act shall

it 1flK&t: ; :ELEGflNTTRfllNS DfllLYSeaboard Be It enacted by the Legislature of Include every right and privilege $20. j.

the State of Florida: exercised within this State grantedto
that we are offering this week must
Florida Limited Section 1. That on or before the any person partnership or corporation -
i(: convince every man who examines
first Monday In March In each and by the State or Its authority or without

t 'Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail every year every person, partnershipor by any.county or county officer or them greatest that they values are*ever sold exceptionthe at these .1

corporation holding or owning and officers ,or any municipal corporationor '
popular prices.
franchise officers thereof, for the exerciseof
exercising any special or
= Modern : Pullman : Equipment. :franchIses within this State whether the power of eminent domain, or If you want a smart up-to-date ..

II I granted by this State or not shall for the use of any public highway or -,
.' The Seaboard Florida :LimitedThe make a special return sworn to by street: or the land above or below ;
J. Only'Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train bet such person or-member of such part- ,any highway or street within the 'ijMICHAELSSTERN t

t nership or by the president* vice limit of said State and every special .

Rich- president, or secretary of such, :corporation I right exercised within this State

to the Comptroller of the granted by charter, resolution bylaw :1.j

and"Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily, including Sundays. state of Florida, stating the value of statute or ,otherwise. whether .

1"-, said fraachise as exercised within this under the laws of the State of Floridaor j jy

The Jamestown Exposition Line : State as of the first of January, and any:,other State, for the exercise of I 6 1

particularly describing the same,.Accompanying any public service .such! as the construction { 1j

NORFOLK, vi;.' ',: said return with a certified and operation of raUr'd8 j

" s- .. copy of every statute ordinance, equipped.,for steam electricity, horsepower

: -Only fine operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New resolution, charter, contract or grant compressed air or otherwise 1
For full information,and Sleeper reservations call on
any the common
Orleans. under and by authority of which said for carrying of passengers -
of Seaboard or write,
gent or freight; the construction or
t &... ..EOYLSTON, JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville Fla. franchises are held, claimed or own-
ed; provided nevertheless, that operation of any plant for the distri-

3e .. . . . . . . . where such certified copies have once bution and sale of gas, water electric .d

been filed with or returned to the lights or power steam heat refriger-

". f. Comptroller it shall not be necessaryIn ated air, or other substances by; J
means of wires, pipes or conduits, -.
annual return
any subsequent
OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT duplicates the same, unless It has made under or above any street, alleyor .!
highway the construction and
been amended or additional privi-
I is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is leges granted, but the same shall be operation of any telephone or tele-

t broad enough to accommodate all, and considered returned by reference to graph plant; all rights to conduct J',

the filed ,required by this wharfage, deckage or cranage busi-
copies as t
F HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: section. ness; the conduct of any express business -

1 L-The young folks with their small savings. Sec. 2. That the Comptroller shall or the operation of sleeping
palace, dining, refrigerator or chair
2.-The bread inner, striving to accumulate a fundto not be bound to accept the valuation
all and to
cars; rights privileges construct -
it procure a home, or a competency for old age. assigned to such franchises In the return I
maintain or operate canals
well-to-do for the convenience made, but it shall be his rIg. t ]
3.-The afforded and
toll roads or oll bridges; the ,rightto
the income provided. and duty, with the advice and assistance :
On the business of maintaining -
f 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. of the Attorney General and the equipment companies, navigaation f'
t State Treasurer, to review the same

:IBE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida i tr and in case of his refusal to accept depots companies, and every, freight other or like passenger special

the return, he shall then assess the FINE, CLOTHING i
"' .-. . . . . . . . . . said franchise or franchises and all function depending upon the grant of __All'-"._....S C. :?
public powers or privileges not allowed -
subsequent proceedings shall be in al f1
particulars the same as are now provided by law to 'natural persons of Suit for business or dress, that will 'a-

by laW in the case of his re- any public service'. not including the look and fit p If made to measure, :
mere right to be a corporation by -
shouldn't fall to-come and
fusal to accept the terms made by then yon ;

railroad companies of their physical trading or manufacturing, or/ other see. these. .three After Easter.' specials .

property, and said franchises shall be corporation exercising no special In the noted' ,'
84 IF franchise above enumerated.Sec. .
iff nor it i mi
taxed at the same rate as other property -
9. That nothing in this act MICHAELSSTERNFINE: =
fl c i* o i fi L ; upon the valuation thereof returned -
"' or if the value returned Is not contained shall be held, taken or con-
.! strued to exempt from taxation any
accepted, upon the valuation as above CLOTHING
franchise not enumerated in this act;
T.iaN 'lid
ascertained, the said tax to be levied
but all franchises of value not
and collected as noW provided, or provided You will find the style and quality a
may from time to time be provided for in this act shall be returnedfor the finish and the fit of the suits of .
For S ck Livers taxation and taxed as other property
as In the case of the property of rail- your size at every price, precisely as
under the present laws.
road companies. All tax herein provided you want them. Details:
A Sec. 10. That all laws and partsof
for shall be assessed for the
A PURELY VEGETABLE laws in conflict with the provisionsof single and double- 4'At -
ourpose of taxation at the same time
this act be, and the same are here- $15 breasted Sack Suits ,1
COMPOUND'QDICKLY in the same manner as other property
by repealed.Sec. in all the approved :
that may be assessed under the +
'' 11. That this act shall be- Spring styles and fab-
CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA law governing the assessment of the brown-toned
come operative upon its passage and rIc-efrects-gray
physical property of railroad companies a
ALL UVER COMPLAINTS.A approval by the Governor. worsteds cassimeres, cheviots and
: and that there shall be a levyon coustom-tailored and fin- -
GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by --

: TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purJ' the assessed valuation of such . . . . . . ished equal to $30 to order- ?
chased today may MT you sick spell tomorrow. franchises at the same rate of taxa- made suits, for your s

-}-\ tion as may be levied on other property tion at only selec$15

ALL, OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Sec. 3. That in the case of all /tt-tlfk all the advanced

Mrs. W. A. Whitewall Emory Tex., special franchises exercised beyondthe A t VIx 8tyles in smart single -

.;. writes: "My child had chills and fever limits of one municipality or I . . . . . . tPlU and doublebrestted -
for four We tried all kind of I cut strictly hand
years. of county, as in the case of telephone or J"Henpeckle says he wisheshe ;
: medicine.and finally acquaintance of
tailored and made
throughout ex-
'j mine recommended Berbine. Vf* used telegraph lines, or railroads or lived in the time of fairies."

i' three bottles and the child N now completely steamboats, the returns provided for Charley-"Why." cellent worsteds, cheviots cassimeresand

rI cur 4. Yon hare my permission in section 1 shall show the numberof Joe-.So he could transform him- tweeds in beautiful patters of :
av to publish thin testimonial, as I cheer- newest color effects--precisely like :
all mothers miles over which said railroad or self into a mouse and make his wife
fall* recommend Herbine to the $35 tomeasuremadesuits '
having children afflicted aa mine." telegraph or telephone franchise or afraid of him."
here In all styles at
i WOE _BOTTLE.., Me GET THE GEITOWEULURD other special franchise, are exercised $18
only . ,
LINIMENT CO. in each .county and in each municipal "I want a loaf of bread," said the
_. division within said State, in like lady as she entered the bakery "andI the finest specimens
v; -. manner as railroad companies are want it nice and.light." Ai t$ZD of high class tailor-

now required to make returns of "Yes'm," replied the new boy who Ing in all the smart

# -- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BYSuwannee their physical property. was anxious to please "we have some styles and exclusive

Sec. 4. That the valuation for nice pound loaves that weight only cuttings of finest quality-Imported

Drug Company. taxation t>f such franchises in each leven ounces." aid domestic worsteds, cheviots, ser-

!IP- county and municipality in or ges and cassimeres-the counterpartin .

1 ') YPR'S PROCLAMATION. i man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to through which said franchise Is exer- Doing nusin Again every detail of $40 to-

"NoOeeM,'hereby: given that at the cised shall be apportioned to each meaBure-made suits, special
fill unexpired term, caused by re- my friend thought 1 was $20
a> ? General City Election of. the i f county and municipality as is now about to take leave of this world, on fc:' this week only .
I moral from Wards and resignation
Lf UTe Oak Suwannee County. provided by law for the apportionment account of indigestion, nervousness

Pia*to be held on the first Tues- ; of incumbents. of the property of railroad com- and general debility," writes A. AChlsholm SPRINC SUITS FOR BOYS AT

I ay. A., a,, i907. at the Given under my hand and seal panies.Sec. Treadwell, N. Y, "and S2.50 TO $7.50

Council Chamber and In manner and I the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907. 5. That the State Comptroller when it looked as if there was no
suit built of
form Every at every price
101rtng as Prescribed by law, the fol- (Seal) M. E. BROOME, shall certify to every such muni- hope left, I was persuaded to try carefully seclected materials; tailor -

mUnicipal officers of said Mayor City of Live Oak cipal corporation and the taxing Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say
aty ed by specialists to resist wear,
are to be Toted for and elect. Suwannee County Florida. authorities of every such county the that they are curing me. I am now
m.'It keep their shape and fit perfectly in
: A Mayor a Clerk Treasurer Attest: name of the owner or holder of every doing business again as of old.
Norfolk doublebreasted
sad every -
? Assessor filled by same person: ; S. P. MAYS, Clerk special franchise taxable within such and am still gaining daily." Best and single-breasted Sack, and

L ? Collector: a Marshal and Live Oak. Florida. municipality or county In the same tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby dainty creations In plain and fancy

&rJ Inspector, filled by same per- manner as now provided by law In Barclay & Groover druggists.
IOu: fabrics for little men of 3 to S
No !w4 an Alderman from Ward +4111..1..11..111. . .. the case of railroad companies. Price, 50c. dw- years.
"! f* Alderman from Ward No. Sec. 6. That the taxes due to each
Alderman from Ward NO.3; : : ; municipality or county on such fran- Mrs. Gimp-"If you don't stop

.' A14enna.n from Ward NO. 4: \ chises shall be collected and enforcedas kicking because it takes me so longto

\Wennan Ia llden a from Ward No. 5; an 1; ; VETERINARY.Solicits j I; now provided by law in the case of dress, I'll get a divorce and go BUTLER BROS '

from the City at Large; patronage-Office other taxes due the same by railroad on the stage."
-. Bond' Trustee to fill ex- | J at residence-rhone (3 rings) 148 | companies.Sec. Mr. Gimp-"As what A lightning -

ui r : ot',C- .*.". Harde .. Alder- HHHMUMIIIMMHHIM if 7. That should any person change artist?" |"MENS'
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':' 4.- .. ; LOST. ,E&.P.-KiUa
1 -I ? Between the r residence"of Mr" A. D. married.Iteaterd
,(CanUatt'dd from page'OM.) : ''IIi.. : :.
BY SENATOR HeDJmIngand .p tojice, :'a? small rialibtheX:
11 i Richbonrg in"house-introduced a '
r CHURCHES'l bill appropriating" 12,000 year for brown pi pe,.,containing, f .t6 j and Madison .yesterday >.,

two years'for the''West Florida--Fair ADAMS : small ring, set with_ three emeralds.FJnder. experience ,In thai' i

; Where to Worship Sunday ; ; at DeFuniak Springs. The same ap- : JI ': :will please return same to the don't.Btept: off lief 'tt., _

L. .; ii office of Roberson &; Small and receive adjourns Ve
. . . . . propriations were made two years The following iJoin* resolution has ANNIE WALKER.Mrs. Intend f6 '"
ago .by legislature of 1905 both reward. presentaute Dora _-,
,3iethodist' Church. been introduced lathe senate by bill'that will' '
claimed by those compel
of which bills are
Hi: Dutll. Pastor. Hon. Frank Adams: W. H. Lyle and C. H. Brown 1 ? .
interested in them to have been productive .
9:.45 a. in., Sunday school J. E. of great benefit, fully war- Whereas Florida's product, her left this morning for Quincy to attend Indies I hUe jesf '=

Wood Superintendent. Faithful ranting a continuance of the appro- cotton, lumber naval stores phosphate the funeral of Mrs. Chap Ted- making room la Uis

teachers will help you ,In ',studying pYiations for the next two years. citrus fruits' vegetables pineapples der. It was supposed the remains and will be'gtad .,tietrs

God's word whether you are child The Suwannee delegation Is pro- melons fisheries and! numerous would be brought here for burial, but faction, guaranteed. '

or adult and you are" welcome to all unnamed other sources of wealth owing to the fact that ,Mr. Tedder -a'
its The K
bably more than holding own. &
the privileges. oft this live 'and en- Dorman bill introduced today which have taxed beyond the capacity of the could not be reached 'by wire until '

thusiastic- school: notwithstanding Its somewhat elaborate railroads to handle;,,and last night the corpse was not in a Mrs. Wl e-.I'T: ; ,

11:00 a. m.. :preaching by, the title ,will surely become knownas Whereas A. great river the Suwanneembalmed condition to be embalmed. Mr. Ted- the flat"Landlord (t ti

pastor subject: "If I have Eaten My' 'the "Pawnbrokers Bill" is goingto in history!. story der passed through here this morning "wt,.. 'I

Morsel Alone." create a stir if not contemative in and song, wends, It.s..ay, rOUgh the en route to Quincy.A 'Mrs. Wise-"jT OrU

3:30, p. m.,. Epworth League: The heart: of Florida hundreds of mileson getting too large
the larger cities of the state especially to a1eef
meetings of the.:League are Interest- it's course to the sea, neglected by pretty wedding occurred at Madison tub." ei
Tampa Jacksonvilleand 1
I :Pensacola, .
ing and helpful All are; invited. Key West, tl must:of -conrsqalso .the" National- Government; and yesterday at the Lines House.

h 730., Evangelistic se'rvise special affect all concerns or individuals Whereas, From where: this.'beautiujrf D. M. Lewis, chief clerk, of the Seaboard Sn Rasidfees'One
music by the choir .and a short talk and useful neglected waterway
office accompanied by Agent
who lend! money on 'personal effects oi the
by the pastorl.' Subject for the even- enterstie state on the'north, ', and :Ed. P. Mills went to 'Madison on the WOtltJ
Concern or on the sale nd'piedglng of sal ney trouble I.
ing ,hQurHeav, : n. for .Into the gulf of Mexico tht.1tJt'
empties the
qn morning and when train
arles a'nd wages: Mr! Dorman's constitutional disease and before th&
Your'Salvatlon. the south west, along both banks,lies
of "convention resolution Is } from Tallahassee'arrived there it'contained his danger he
may lue.ei
k Wejiseejtj: purj.spiritual1 and some, of the most productive: lands Miss Rosa Lee Herring, t
asafe 'proposition,
now conrdiered b'olel'3 -
these !
Invitejrou to allot ,services '. baving passed'ft3'seaoadrpadingsrid lie U} .South; and formerly. ,the' accomplished steno first sign of.troUb1. if

Epworth League. been ordered .engrosed. In fact its .IW 'e&: as. By,the jndiclo<< snexpenditure grapherfor ,the 'tlye 'Oak Perry & regularities'! .'a1-d 1

Miss Verlie Haddock. Leaden i claimed by the autbor of the by the National 'Gpjre'rnment, tit lf.,;; in this city. Mrs.- cate and disease and diabetesboctor1o.r

"God's Yearning for the World" measure that on the third readingnd of a small sum of money the Suwan. Mrs. Bishop, of the Lines Hotel, surmised JDlc1. J

1. Song-League. final passage, it will: go through nee could be made' navigable from a wedding was on the tlpic

2. Psalm; for responsive: reading, with practically a unamlnous voter, White Springs Hamilton county, to and insisted that the ceremony shouldbe .

7. He thegulf, of Mexico; and performed right there. Hurried .lf y
also considers safe his bills Increasing happen to faint at any'tae"

3. Prayer. per diem of county commissioners Whereas, the needs of commerce preparations were'made, but they tteiy open alt the ...d--.

4. Song-League. were complete. Beautiful flowers 'Hnsband '
and members of school tributary "But, da

5. Scripture references. boards though in this matter owingto adorned the parlor. Miss Smith per- they are already opearM

6. Short reading from Era. the number of bills touching the portation; therefore be it formed splendidly on the piano ,and Doctor-"Thea close .

7. Talks on topic by Leaguers. same subject a combination measure Resolved That our, Senators and while Ed P. Mills acted as best man

8. Solo-Kate .Crouch. will be presented. For Insb.nce. the Representatives In the congress of and Miss Pattie Threadgille asbrides' The Sew Pure Food'

9. Collection. the United States be and they are Rev. Marsh sPoke'"thewords
Willis bills In the senate requiring maid.

10. League benediction. those officials to give bonds may be hereby requested to use their combined that made the happy couple We'are pleased to'tsscls

: Episcopal Church. \ embraced in still another placing efforts to have an appropriation husband and,. wife. It was one of the colds Foley's Honey and Tar'fi'i
and InngtroaDlesl fired
for =
made the next
them basis. As matter of by congress prettiest impromptu wedings that
Services at the Episcopal church on a
by the National
I tomorrow as follows: Holy communIon fact' the present legislature appre- the purpose of surveying the Suwannee ever occurred in Florida. The hap- Drug law it PtrVjJ
river from its mouth to White contain .
7:30 a. m. ciates the importance of these offices py couple will arrive in Live Oak other harmful
Springs Florida, with a view to making drags, ,tad R"
Morning prayer and sermon at 11a. and seem desirous of raisingboth this evening, and will 'receive a mend It as a sate remed/ft ,

m. S their dignity and emoluments.It it navigable. hearty greeting from their 'many ren and adnUa.
Evening prayer and sermon at, understod teat several meas- Resolved :Further, That a copy of friends here. The groom is one'of '.-

7:3 0 p. :m.Sunday : ures affecting local interests of Su- these resolutions be engrossed and our best young men and the brideis

school'at 10 a. m., wannee county will be introduced forwarded under the.great seal ote f one of the fairest of Florida's "A Book for Sea't 1

All are 'cordially'invited to attend.Second next week. state of Florida to each of our flowers. They will be received in the To 'know thyself> ply

As May 2nd approaches interestIs senators" and- representatives Sf in congress. social circles .of Live Oak with 'de-. as well as mentauiliul
Advent Christian Church. Is the safest, sorest uj
being manifested here In the com- light The Democrat extends heart.
lasting foundation
Elder.J. T. Butler, the pastor will ; f?" of matt
ing election to fill the vacancy caused congratulations. Young men,'middleifjit
preach, at ,11 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
by the death of Senator Newlan. A Railroad Collision. I old men thin'boei,kWt
"The, Christians' Abiding Friend" only. ..
whose desk in the senate still re- Editor Democrat:-I wish to call ..
will be. the subject at' 1:30. p. m. A railroad collision blocks traffic It is clean wboIesooIe
mains draped in black. Both candi your attention to an error made in I
truthful and
There will be a baptismal serviceat and ties up the road Interfering with waraayasfg=
dates have friends in this legislature your local columns yesterdaywith disaster responsible fcr 4
: !
the conclusion of the night service. the proper opertaion of the system on .
who are watching the contest reference to the case"of Mamie sands of wrecked !
Sunday school at 10 a. m. which it happehs Just in proportion to Wat"'l Sufferers from"t
Whether it will be Senator Johnsonor kins. She was sentenced by the cir
Prayer meeting Tuesday night at the gravity of the acident. Something nervousdisorders.. so ague
Senator TIson his tenure of office cult court to imprisonment for life what
7:30 o'clock. very similar has happened Inside nature, or,01 -un
will be extremely short unless perchance but we (Leslie & Lamb) took an appeal standing write formal"i4 i
Everybody cordially invited to at- the human body when conUpae -
and who knows we may havnn to the supreezn court, and hoped It tells of cask;Jx&
manifests i _
tend these services. tion itself. The properoperation of the
? extra session. The Browardlan, to perfect ou-r apeal at January termof even some vqnyspecific
of the human system is interfered blood poisooi.j'f
like the Rooseveltlan. administrationis said but the
COTTOX GROWERS.Sea with ,and comfort and health intervening nounced Incurable vfaeii
noted for its surprises.The suffer In proportion to'the gravity of time being- 1 short. we failed to do been entirely cored to*xt

convention of school superin- so, when the courtcontinue4 Don't make the tarrfas
Island Cotton Growers Associa- the case. Chronic constipation is a take of neglecting to fine
tendents and other school officials the
case until the June
term. The
tion. serious condition with which medical tlon to your trouble t2lroI&
which adjourned yesterday was a record condition of her health was such that advised "delicacy" of t.
The Suwannee County Sea Island men frequently have to deal and
breaker. Thirty-nine out of we felt she would' t survive close .a fear that your,caw is b s
Cotton Growers' Association were in they recognize the fact that its per-
forty-six county school superintendents confinement until November which After years<< of n&.many
session in this city today. The meet manent cure demands the restorationof .' have been nrprfeJ
were present and in addition the
was earliest time
4 ing was well attended by representative elasticity and strength to the a new trial our prompt relief tad *

1 farmers throughout the county thirty-three members of school musces that control the bowels. To could be given her so we applied fora obstinate cases, ud .la*"

boards twenty-seven teachers and pardon for her and failing In that plored their delay, la Wtc
and considerable business of ImportanCe accomplish this physicians of the bet '
two sub-school district trustees.A we filed motion in the Ing to us before. m
was brought before the associa ter class are now using with much supremm con rt Our commonsense m6&
fact that modesty should to dismiss
perhaps the scare facias
r tion. The acreage in cotton was a success a preparation of % oz. Fluid and appeal. ,peal to Intelligent peu
keep out of this column buta and to disolve *
the supersedeas There air ef Vf
as no ,
matter for discussion as well as the Extract of Senna Vt oz. Rochelle
fact that nevertheless should be mouse this motion is about our treatment rIng
granted the
probable crop for this season. Salts, 1 oz. Aro-Sagrada. 30 grains
known by the citizens of Live Oak court, defendant in the dark and eons*
The members are of the opinion Bicarbonate of Soda % oz. water and ; be committedto In mysterious sileace. flg

that a larger warehouse would be and Suwannee county who take a 1 % ozs. Glycerine. Adose of a tea- the, state prison to serve her term: We tell yon at oncel1lrwordS.

needed for this season's crops and pride in their own affairs is that In sponful of this is adimnistered at I merely submit this to you as an Just what *e"ea-|
Tallahassee the Democrat is considered explanation cannot do. 1'J
there is strong talk of building an ad bedtime and before each meal the of the situation and not ae> ;
to have the best legislative report In a spirit of criticism In all probability
dition to the present Live Oak ware treatment being continued until thereis by any means. cases just likeJ01I1'I ft '
of outside of Jacksonville
any newspaper -
house. This subject was freely discussed free movement of the bowels. Thee Yours'In bed. for twenty years past -J
Tampa and Pensacola and th ARCHIE We all of ou&
prescription be LESLIE.P. devote <
by members on the streets, can compounded by
} latter two are pushed closely. It's chronic-*
S.-Take notice special cases of
and- we believe good that the
the capital stock of any pharmacist.Last supreme "
reports both by mail and wire are vous disorders.z -
court has
4 not
; tte present warehouse confirms the action *
r company will We know what $f

.#f be increased sufficient to build a good. night heavy rain fell in this of.lower,court nor has it taken experimenting.Free ...:1

I;1 warehouse here large: "enough to ac- I Why <<;cjl} .attended with thun' eVand light 'any action 'whatever in the matte? Eu.mJJaadoPlYou

comraodate: all of" this, season's crop I Lave a t rtld" liver when Herblne.. the 'ning. The rain was ;much needed except to continue the hearing of ono ; cannot'writIng possiblx.tmistakes or'es .

that,will- be offered to the warehouse i only liver reguator will help yOU>; throughout the county and it is t .writ of error Jntll.Its 'term. see us. It" Is .or-tJ&,.PV '

company. Tbe association is growingin There is no reason why' you shouldsuffer be hoped It was general.! In the Just to knowspecialist what ,a
t '
1 strength and usefulness and they from 'Dyspepsia, Constipation, Democrat office A. L. McLendon was Eld.-Butler saw :.Irs. H. J.' Morris thinks, ff .f
hope for good prices for this year's Chills and Fever or any liver complaints operating the linotype the power In Jacksonville yesterday and reports and There it costs Is no you'charge trf?' !'.

cotton crop. when Herblne will cure you. used being electricity. ; Lightning g that lady so much improved this visit and it doe M i/

.The members of the Baptist Young F. C. Waite Westvllle, Fla., writes: began playing Pl"unks.aii ut the machine that she will be able to return next you under any obllginW#:

Peoples' Union were very pleasantly "I was sick for a month; with chills shocking '}Ir. McClendon and Tuesday, or Wednesday. whatever. begin fi

entertained and fever, and after taking-two bottles You will not wfj t
by Miss Flossie Byrd at rendering his right hand powerless treatment-mat rye;

her home last evening. Some of the of Herblne am well and heal for a time. The power had to be SUNDAY trains over Lire Oak, with you. We slaptt *\
members ::1::)." Sold by Suwannee Drug Com Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leavesat what we cal
were kept away on account shut off, and, this morning the forefinger promptly i I
of the bad weather. Those who at pany. dw and thumb of his right hand 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning not do in your case. }tf'S
at Send for the book. 'j,
5:50 _
tended have., nothing to regret, they were perfectly numb and useless. p. m. 50 cents Tear out the.coupol 5
Executrs Notice. round trip. / f'
enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent Nothing serious, however will result a reminder.
Legatees, districutees, creditors,
from the shock. o
and all other persons having claimsor A. Williams
I purchased a fine ,Dr. Hathaway A
demands against the estate of L. body of Umber [
Engineer Hopkins of the Atlantic Good Judgement from T. J. Ammons 512 National Cc4jJ

Coast Line met with a horrible ac K. Kimmerlin, deceased, late of Su near Mercer Station and will con Savannah Ga.

cident near Trilby yesterday. His wannee County Florida will present is the 'essential characteristic of men vert the same into lumber as fast as I ed Please send me your

s train, a local freight, was passing a the same to me duly proven, withinone and woman. Invaluable to good his mill can cut itWe ,t men.envelope.for which thus

z wood rack which was on fire, and year from the first insertion of business men and necessary to house I charge and which **,,'

R not discovered In time to stop the this notice, or this notice will be wives. A woman shows good judge wish to call the la est special! place me under ant f|

same. The rails spread and the pleaded in bar of allowance of the ment when she buys White's Cream attention to the lace an/embroidery r! tons! to you.

same out of the funds of said estate. Vermifuge for her baby. The best sale at The
_ engine careen, and Mr. Hopkinsjumped Ladies' EinWlum :Mon- 'I I Name .,...
W. J. WILLIAMS, worm medicine ever offered to mothers day. Tuesday
right into the flames and See ?
was tertbly..burned about the face and Executor of hte last Will and Testament : I Many indeed are the sensible the.display ad. 19-3t' Address .. ..
of'L. K. KlmmerUn.'fOtmllOKErAlU. mothers, who write expressing their
b2.d1, and It is believed his eyesight t .
gratitude for the good health of their Several : Name of paper .
was lost He was taken through here 4.,6 houses for 8
children which they ;
owe to the useof rent. Some
"last: ve'hlng en route: to the Waycross TAlt White's Cream: Vermifuge. Sql d a'ndioom t for -
t .
ospita-L.- adjoin
by Snwannee Drat; Co. *
sres Coidss.P "n..1. Pne.lIoa dw ing Thos. Dowlftig II residenceee w264


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