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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 22, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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k : State '.Capital Removal

b Likely.)l-'j ;Again be Brougtltrp.piherItenot LJ / Fn of Thirty Degrees Reported

c Interest : : / Ty7r Very Mach Like April 7t 1885
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April 22.-It .hard'
,
--lfanau.seee 'to one who has beep Denver April 2L A sharp drop In
d &
eb1' clad in tbe 4, temperature followed the snowstorm
l ii -thick of the battle '4 ; last night 14 above
zero
) ff'J. being reach-
armor of, the. press cor-: ; .
proof ed by
: ,Just one thirdofITioasUtutional '2/ ... e: the weather bureau in Denver

rfKWBucthat and Pueblo, and fruit of all finds
In
sixty days limit osession
eastern
! Colorado according to .
"' reports
; has upreeithererlshagaIMc S a 5 y t \ Q was nipped IlL the bud. At

house Grand
Junction. the center of -the
blllofWnl
that one
tie naa flown and : more Important fruit
region .west of
and six 1 cal
Importance ..;: the Continental divide the
tempera-
the'result so far oie .
7/ '
era sum up ture fell 30 degrees and the weather
which have become law -
observer
Mas reported
today that the
$it since the two houses were called 9\ : condition of fruit was grave. While

to iirder,at the hour of noon the see ; damage to the fruit in this state

ad day and.first Tuesday of theseat __ cording' to ac
some estimates
measures may
numerous
month, amount to several million
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dollars
In the -
223 seni
introduced.
are been nearly all other crops will be benefited
i Sand 2<0 in the house of representttrei. by the moisture.A -

aid with the exception of thema : remarkable feature of the snow-

which have been approved by storm
was that it was more severe on

4t Governor, perhaps one or twd', .. ; the lowlands than in the mountains.

sere which await his. signature, and SL louts Pot-Diapatoh. While the precipitation covered a

jj few that have been withdrawn i \ large area including all of Colorado

&e rut are on the calendar of one Commissioner of a' Bdreau-of Labor Wyoming and
vated to the presidency of the United part of South
the Dakota
trustees desired such
law
under cbnsldHott a has
-
or the other,"or j land Industrial Nebraska
rese Statistics.
Senator Texas
States had "divided and New
the
committees. territory of I not yet been reported by the committee Mexico the
? by the proper I Trammell has a number of bills "be- Florida Into.two: counties, the part snow was mostly confined to the eas-
nor has action
been taken
any
B therefore too early to say of !j fore the body on educational subjectsall 0 tern slope of the
-- .. .. lying west oftthe Suwannee river he on Senator Beard's bill repealing the : Rocky mountains
&e legislature of 19U7 mat u is a looking to the advancement of the and extended from
designated Escambla
Lander
as ; the part i Wyo., and
drainage act of 1905 which has been
esd starer bat a poor finisher, beat I I country schools, and Senator Crane to the east ;aad soutfc St. Johns. held unconstitutional Rapid City South Dakota on the

. has hot yet finished.. Nor and Humphries have bills relating "How are.the mighty fallen, and Ahe Judge Locke.Tallahassee. byFederal north to Santa Fe N. M., and-Rose-

i tie volume of work now pending to text books the one for a uniform weapons of war perished!" For\while well N. M.. on the south.

flan aa It seems, for practically state system the other for Only a slight
cheaper amongst the; most important of .the snow occurred west
April 22 Both
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of Importance, or at
biUa general
I books without uniformity of the Continental
; counties today lu''m divide.
ny ways the branches'of the legislature The storm
rate a great many.-haTe been In- The house has passed bills reconvene originated In the
1 by counties which today bear those this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock aftera north and worked

i simultaneously In senate Messrs. Rowe, of Madison, and Reese names .are opt amongst the largest week end 'Its way slowly to the south, passing
recess, beginning last
ioaee. in order that the prinet- & Esoambia, for separate waiting Inarea;and Jt out of the. .state late.
ma' so happens that all of Friday afternoon, at 1 p'clock. yesterday.
id'In them be underby'tbe' roosts and cars fat,white and colored the new' coniles which' this legislature The Frederick H.' Brandenburg, district
sessions of both bouses will
st proi&jcommit* passengers,- and these *g6T.before',the, will be ked.fo'Create.-wfll be I probably be short'though it fa quite forecaster' who estimated the snow
the
gaga sam&'llme
; >[senate, which *bas under fait In Denver
na4 ..consideration carved from counties which ones had certain the usual Monday rush of new at 17 K Inches today
\\W ft prevent the delay that'ensue '
similar: measures. The for their said that tbtough the
xould It capital the A'ncfent'City :bills will come.- This however takes storm was remarkable -
were necesWwait house will have to wrestle in the which in this
near looks across the broad city for April it
expenseof little time title
for house to a ,they..are read by
one dispose .
[ ao
future with the was by
proposition means
create the Atlantic. "unprecedented,, On
only and referred at once to. the proper r

( ineasve before the other took
*i.consideration Pinellas county out of the West Coastof The first special order in the. houseof committees. April 21. 22, 18S5, the *records

Hillsborough.. and the senate with representatives will be the anti- There are two special orders In the showed a snow fall of J2"inches,. 27
f its restriction* upon the mode the bill to create the county of Palm bucket inches falling on the' last
bill
tie the shop by Mr. Knight of senate for today the first. the Adams'bill day of .the
passage of bills, constlturtf '
3r Beach out of north Dade. Volusia I Columbia, reported favorably by the storm.
the Senate providing for the care mainten
has
wisely provld- county and DeSoto county divisions committee At railroad offices it
on agriculture of which ance and inspection of was said to-
: undue haste In county courts
legislation will also have a say. and all told in he is chairman. Tuesday will be devoted and the day that traffic was not seriously impeded -
*limiting the second the Zim bill creating
sessions of the
view of the fact that this Is the ses- to routine business unless by the snowstorm.
e *tore to the office of commission of labor and
sixty Calendar days sion for the decebnlal reopportionment the special order for Monday has to industrial Oji the whole. If is asserted that
statistics. Both measures ----
two years, which will hardly of senators and representatives be carted while the storm was heavier
over on account of the I have been deemed than any

i much less exceed,. fifty_ work- I far the entire state the county divi- house not reconvening until 3:30 in have been ordered printed.In important. and of the entire winter and some damage
data, It
S r I has provided against tS1a' sion problems. are very Important the afternoon and the second day the house the only special order Is reported, the resulting good will

.making. Under ordinary ones. Division In sentiment betweenthe will be offset the loss
left free to clean up the for many fold
today is House Bill
peeswhen' Is No. 93, by
a everything senators and representatives of calendar. Wednesday morning the
Mr.
to the Knight, of Columbia and'knownas Damage in Nebraska
passage of the bill. most of the county which it is desiredto house will return to the consideration the bucket
;8 require six shop bill. This meas- Omaha Neb.
days for a measure divide still further complicate of Governor Broward's April 21.-As a
message
taro sh the ure promises to provoke a lively dis- result of the
routine hud
of bo
dod matters and throws upon the legisla- returning without his approval the cussion, more perhaps unprecedentedly warm
on amend-
to the executive weather which
go for : ture the duty of acting as an impartial bill passed toward the close of the ments that be offered prevailed during the
tae, may than on
unless greater
under part of the
e the emer- month of March
jury to decide the question from last legislature, instructing the boardof the bill itself. The bill
provides for
f tlaree of the constitution the the standpoint of the Interests of the trustees of the Internal Improvement its immediate and the freezing weather and heavy
le waived twothbdsJof operation and an snow fall of the
by last
: each people of Florida and of the coun Fund to turn over the moneysin amendment on this line that few days early
Lead a bill so present fruits such
te'tce passed under sus- ties and localities most vitally Inter- their possession to the custody of may be-closed as peaches plums and
C trades will doubt-
6f ruleIn cherries in this
such' cases a ested. It is contended in each case the state treasurer, who is a memberof less be offered fixing'the region have been injured -
time
about i
a been known but the
to. jga through Jthat the people of the portion pro the board. The reason assignedin October 1 general opinion is that
r or January 1. The title of !
,
y.minutes jtime. the damage Is not
It is as great has
cus- posed to be created into a new coun- the governor's veto message is, the bill fully its as
expresses objects and
ry 'hen'it been reported.
can be done with- ty are overwhelmingly in favor of that the trustees having been created Is in fullt Indeed many are of
17. $terferln the opinion that
wltlthe, the proposition, for while the majority by act of legislature of 1855 and I 1 "A bill to be entitled an act to while early fruits
have
bulneq.to.'P4SS been injured
local bills of the entire claimedto and in some instances -
county is charged with certain duties freedom prohibit contracts and
"w agreements of
I ti the naited sgpport'of theea.of be against it. Assuming this to be from legislative control or direction I f cotton, grain provisions and other the later-killed varieties and possibly have some of
the been
county to be true the issues are the same as in of the moneys of this fund is necessary commodities, stocks bonds and other hurt
thereby the benefits ,
resulting to the
ender suspension, 99 Out of 100 county division questions to prevent confusion. No one securities upon margin commonly graincrops
-'a4er-4\the. beneficient from the snowstorm
provis- where democratic legislatureis that the more than
a questions legislature can known
.e toi otht .aforesaId as dealing in futures; and to offset the damage.
emergency called to decide between two abolish board of t
'F "Zea upon the trustees, though provide punishment therefor; to define .

to Itta the the special orders cardinal principles of democrat* what in that event would become of what shall constitute prima facie 1

9 routine, and' delay the government, which have "crossewires" 3 the trust itself is a question, but evidence of guilt; to compel airs. Carrie Reese mother of Cols.
:611 5cataatt persons
or pneastires to make in an apparently irreconsiable there Is division in sentiment as to participating in such transactions to ahone and Frank Reese went to
-the.OJl
t: Df' more general In- manner-the right of the majority to the respective rights and powers of testify concerning their connections' her home In LaCroose Ga., Saturday

. lift*' the courSe. of leglsla110y. have their will obeyed the right of the legislature and the board of therewith; to provide that evidence after a visit of several months here. +'
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She
* the minority to a separate govern trustees at present and this will be given by any such witness shall not was accompanied by- Master Joe
Win
fifteen days and ment should it be for their best in the battle ground. But there are be used against him in criminal Frank Reese a nephew of Cols.
..-"'" .. of *"*" 0 iB any Reese who has
been
nIreconvene 8ervlce- both terests without specific damage to other issues involved, and it can not proceedings; and to exempt from the attending school
here.
,u1ld II11prl thi, afternoonkfc.r01 the county or to the state. To say be said this far in advance that the operations of this act purchasers and

*. The sena"te the least the duties of the legisla members of the house of representatives sales of commodities by manufac their homes for it is extremely
this probable
!1II labo, Reek a number of ture in the premises especially of the to whom the bill was returned turers-or mechants in the ordinary the long week end recess will
J6
-" .snrea Presi- representatives of the counties most without will all consider
. ItJl.ld thUd approval course of business, and to provide be no more.

JIIob1W '. 'Ulended'labor. but. which h Interested, are disagreable. this the issue, or the most important that regular commercial exchanges The latest Is the report that during

Mairementa Considerably to Whether there is any bad luck in issue in the instant case. It is equally and other bona fide trade organizations tie week perhaps this afternoon,

f 1e State:: but in various the mystic' number "23" or not, let impossible to forecast just what may post market prices and for there will be introduced a bill look-

i. 15a' still retains the magician say the fact remains the division in sentiment will be. Mr. other purposes." ing to the removal of the state capital

: tht more WJprotection of chll- that there are today Just twenty-three Farris' bill for winding up the buss Yesterday was the most quiet Sunday from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.

.. degrading" feat'.lJOI1'tertaI times the number of counties in Flor ness of the trustees and dischargingthem o Tallahassee, has known since theo This is directly in line In the marked _

I forms'years ida as there were when Andrew from service, prepared from a o present session convened all members feeling that the. presen't
. ..,.*' : l1er' week .will be
--: Z tut and a Jackson military governor, first and draft by Attorney General Ellis under I who could took advantage of a very lively one inded, and bring

.-"t'- ,/ 't_ providing for a only governor of Florida to be el e- an apparent mistaken idea that l what may be the "last chance to visit iI I i forth some surprises.i"'ij ,


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I4TB OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, )MONDAY, APRIL 22, 19OT. __ "_ =
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'' Work Just Because ,ORDINANCE No. ,56. I I to the northern bounadry of Wilbur PROFESSIO }
"Pneumonia's Deadly -I street as It now stands, running
is in the throat and Ordinance amend Sections
your.cough only An to right angles to said Ohio avenue 1032
has so seriously affected my right! does not trouble you now don't 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the feet to White street iff White's Addition c:.s.-31Icnnr.

lung" writes Mrs.; Fannie Connor, I think that it needs no ate&tion. WhenIt City of Live Oak Florida being an In said City of Live Oak. Florida
Rural 1 Georgetown..Tenn.. Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to BROWN &Q
of Route has not had much of-a start is the excepting therefrom three feet
prohibit the running at large on the _
continuously night i across the northern side ot the -k
"that I coughed time to check it. The slightest streets o( the City of Llvq Oak of Parshley family burial grounds,

and day and the neighbors' prediction cough easily leads to Pneumonia, horses, mules, hogs and goats, and which is included In said description PHYSICIAhg

-consumption-seemed inevitable Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle to provide for the, impounding and and within the Iron fence inclosing S

until my husband brought homea I of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will disposing of the same," passed said burial grounds. LIVE OAL --

bottle ot Dr. King's New Discovery. I it September 3Oth. 1903, and approved Section II. That condemnation r >
that cough. The price puts
cure October 6th. 1903.
which in my case proved to be the I within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be It ordained by the Mayor and" name proceedings of the shall City be of Live Instituted Oak, In In the ac-i I II DR. J.Physician. '\V

only real cough cure and restorer of I nee Drug Co. dw1* City Councltof, the City of Live Oak I cordance with the provisions of the atvJsJS

weak, sore lungs." When all other Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided I,
fall still able publications of its kind publish- Section la. That Section 1, Sec- I
remedies utterly you may I I for the purpose of carrying :
win in the battle against lung and eded in the United States. It is tion 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. out the provisions of Section 1 of Office: Carroll BoOdSnj, ffiSl
printed on heavy book paper and con- 16 of the City of Live Oak. this Ordinance. Residency at EtferPbon
throat troubles with New Discovery. ,'' is publishedon I
tains thirty-four pages, Florida being- an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance
the real cure. Guaranteed, by Bar- ; the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to prohibit the run- shall take effect upon its passage by I .r:-Offle*.IiL ijg.ATTORNEY .

clay & Groover, druggists. 50c and,; every department Is in charge of an ning at large on the street of the the Council and approved by the 1f-.I ..1I ."'

11.00. Trial bottle free. dw. expert. No one who has a" horse cat- City of Live Oak, of horses mules Mayor, or upon Its becoming Drua St.are ,

____________ tle or UTe stock shduld be without hogs and goats, and to provide for ordinance without the approval of B
the..
( this publication. the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. M..E.. MEc-t

WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM a handsome same," approved October 6, 1983, be I Introduced by Alderman F.

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

What Five Dollars and SeTraty-Five printed on heavy book paper, and as to read as follows: Council in regular session assembled I &COUNSEL ll

Cents Will Do. contains many handsome half-tone illustrations. "Section 1. Horses mules, hogs on this 8th day of April A. D. 1907. i LIVE .
It is a publication thatis and goats-shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN, I OAL 8 nosj

This paper, at quite an expense anda I i edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell, at large upon any of the streets, alleys President City Council. WiD practice ba all th. .. -
great deal of work, has arranged a one of the best-known writers In this lanes or unenclosed property of l Attest: I II ia1 atteatieQ given rs tIIe ,.
Club offer of fourteen wellknown'Papers of Remtm.Ete. AO.biS22
the City of Live Oak and that cows
the country. No publication in its class S. P. MAYS City Clerk. dto. .
and Magazines, including shall not be 'allowed to run at large I I '
compares with Maxwell's Talisman. S. P. of the NOTA-V Pcmuc ffl
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for I, Mays, City Clerk SUn a f
: upon any of the streets lanes
or
It has been published at Chicago, lIt,
City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby :
that could
only $ .7i. Realizing we
public highways of the said City, or
for seven years. certify that the above and foregoing .L"L DIXQ
largely increase our circulation, we other unenclosed premises, within :. 3iJ
entered into a contract to use the THE FARM MONEY MAKER is a the following boundary in said City Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed -1 .

Papers and Magazines that compose large handsome publication which of Live Oak, Florida, to-wit: by the City Council on the Sth day i
this Club. The Daily Democrat does has been running a great many yearsin Beginnig at a point where Irvin of.April. A. D. 1907, and the sameis DENTIL j 11|

not make a cent out of this offer. Cincinnati, O., and contains vari- and First streets intersects and run- hereby certified to the Mayor for -x;

In fact we lose money, but by increasing ous departments in regard to every ning south to where Irvin and Car- his approval. OKTOWNTIA, : Caowa. _jmo- '

our circulation we can secure part of the farm, and also has many roll streets intersect thense east to Witness my hand and seal of said WORK, : SrEclALl-

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

ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street, thence 1907- T. J. L j
fore made an offer that equals ours*. home, and also matter that Is interesting east on John street to Church street, (Seal) S. P. MAYS,

Every paper goes to you for one full and of value to every member thence south on Church street to cor- City Clerk. PracticalWATCHMAXER

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

established and worth maay times the POULTRY FANCIER.This tion line to White street,corpora-thence this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. AHB
ask. They are from the E. BROOME, Mayor.
price we
magazine is devoted to poultryand north on White street to Howard 35 year's experiaa
East and West. Their
South North all of its departments, and is street, thence east on Howard streetto
combined values, including the Live The Price of Health. Good stock of Watches tjvqgJ
a point
published at Atlanta Ga. Each issue opposite Georgia avenue,
Oak Daily Democrat is over 913.00.We contains from 40 to 50 pages, printedin thence north to and along Georgia
are only able to make this offer "The price of health in a malarious
magazine form on heavy book pa- avenue to the northeast corner of Ir E.Roawoe.
for a very short time and it will positively per. 4nyone that has chickens, pigeons Bryson street and Georgia avenue, district is Just 25 cents; the cost of

be withdrawn soon. offered If you pet stock, turkeys, geese, ducks thence due north along section line ; a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," TDOBERSON&S3ATTORNEYS

want the best bargain Club ever Do not etc., will not only save but make to a point opposite Fifth street, writes Ella Slayton, of Noland Ark.
you order the now. this well-known thence west to and Fifth
money by having along streetto
hesitate too long.If New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im-
wait, for you may
magazine before them. If anyone Atlantic Coast Line railroad, -AT-.Ia
you are already a subscriber to any takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic part new life and vigor to the sys-

or all of the papers in the Club, from your say that it is one 'If the best of its Coast Line railroad to First street, tem. :!5c. Satisfaction guaranteedat Will do general practice a

time will be extended Probably one year do kind and is as handsome, readable, thence west along First street to Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw Federal CoorU.
date of your order. you "
and valuable a poultry paper as is point of beginning.
to have all of the Papers and ROOMS 1 S [Uf.
not care AMD Tna Isis!
"Section II.
It
If published, we will send same to them shall be the duty
Magazines sent to your address. three months as an absolute present. of the City Marshal or any deputy CLERK AND INSPECTORS. 'hon IQs&
not, you can split the Club and have Marshal or policeman of LIVE OAK.FOLEY5HOM. I
the said
them seat ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis City to take possession of and place Live Oak Fla., April 11, 1907. -
addresses, or two or more parties can published in Boston, and no matter in a pound to be- ,
come in together and divide the Club what price is paid for a similar pub- provided for that The Board of County Commissioners -

among themselves. On acount of the lication, no one will be able to securea found purpose by any him horse or, mule thm, hog or goat of Suwannee County Florida, ata P alldr+eaJ .af r.3
limited time that we-will be able to publication at the same price which running at
large upon of the meeting called for and held said
streets
any on
alleys.
make this wonderful offer we will,be will equal this one. It is published In
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and child- highways or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commis-

anyone. We take pleasure in givinga ren and it is worth many times the take within said City, and likewise sioners \V. A. TIson, M. L. Burnett ChambeiCbtk
possession of
and
short sketch of each paper In the price that is asked for the entire pound place in said and J. H. Grant appointed the following -
Club. any cow found by him or them ,
Club. running at large on any of the streets, named persons Inspectors and Cholera & DianklAlmort
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is alleys, lanes ,
published public highways or Clerks of an election to be held in
Memphis Tenn., is in its seventeenthyear. in New York In magazine form, other unenclosed property of said :
It is published monthly, on the said County on :May 2, 1907.
and is one of the most readable I City of Live Oak within the boundaries -
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh magazines of its kind ever producedby prescribed in.Section I hereof." District No. 1.-W. T. McCuIlers, of a reliable remedy ni

L. Bedferd, its editor, fs one of the any publisher. It Is full of Inter- "Section VII. "For catching and J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady In- diarrhea at tome toe i iyear.

best-known agricultural writers in the esting matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordin- spectors; A. J. Williams Clerk.
United States. He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the ance, the City Marshal shall be en- .
farm near Memphis, and also has a best-known writers in the country. titled to the following fees, namely District No. -W.. E Harrell, J. Ibis remedy B -

large cotton plantation in Mississippiand This magazine will please all, no mat- For catching and impounding horses:, R. Bass tt and H. A. Thompson, In- \>y dealers who haw Talc'

an orange and fruit farm in ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head, spectors; W. A. Nobles, Clerk. many yean and know fet'

Florida. He.is ably assisted editors by a, what they read. goats thirty cents per head, hogs one District No. 3.-Will McLeod, G. It bu received (ha

I, large special number writers of and department correspondents.The THH PRACTICAL FARMER This dollar taking per head.of For feeding and W. Goff and A. M. Moseley, Inspectors testimonials from graidu|
care such stock
Journal makes a specialty of Its well-known magazine, which is pub- pound for l horses mules and while cows he In ; W. D. Whatley, Clerk. It has been prcsoibiskians
lished in Philadelphia, is not only one
and
Cotton, Manufacturing Lumber in additionto of the most successful of its kind, !. shall receive forty cents per day per District No. 4.-L. C. Young, J. H. with the mot
Industrial Departments,
full and complete depart- but without doubt one of the most head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble, Inspec- results.

ments having of the Home. Garden, Fruit, carefully edited papers in the United per day per head each for advertis- tors; Ed. :McLeod, Clerk. It has often saved B:
ing and
Farm Poultry, Cattle. Live Stock States. Any farmer, planter, or, In receive selling the sum such of animals fifty he shall District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T. medicine could have UB<
fact who has cents for
full of anyone fruits, flowers,
and
etc. It is very readable contains 32pages. vegetables, live stock and poultry. horses, mules or cows per head, and L. Dorsett and \V. M. George, In- or a physician summonc*
and
bright snappy news will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- spectors; B." E. Martin, Clerk. It ofcly costs a q*S

of Indianapolis will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome, S. you afford to risk s o zd
-
A."IEmC..R IER.
THE times the price that they pay for the "hog" under this ordinance shall be G. Godbold little? BUY IT NQ
Ind., has been published entire Club. taken to Include "pigs." and Henry Holzclaw. In-

tW9nty-
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue j. THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEIs shall take effect immediately upon District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst, T. Z.
contains a full page poem from this published in New York in maga- its passage by the Council and
zine form and contains from 30 to 60 ap- Hurst and B. M. Holland, Inspectors
F well-known writer. It is published proval by the Mayor as to mules, ; FOLEY
monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis I pages each issue. This well-known horses, goats and hogs, but shall not A. J. Bass, Clerk. *t* <*
no better paper for the home and publication contains many interesting go Into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-G. H. Dorman, J. Make Kidneys v -
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.
tion. | able articles, which are prepared by Passed by City Council in regular J. E. Ferguson Clerk.Johns Inspectors; THOMPSON & B
hwell-known
writers.
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published Every depart- session this 8th day of April. A. D.
been ment is fully covered by experts in 1907. District No. 9.-S. W. Gary W. R.
at Des Moines, Ia., and has CHAS. H. BROWN, Drays and Delivery
contains this publication. One of the most In- More and Calvin
Each issue President Sistrunk
long established. City Council. Inspectors; '
from 50 to 60 pages and it is one teresting departments is that con- Attest: Stewart Smith, Clerk. Furniture moving sA
of the handsomest and moat complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I *
*lbe head of "For the Little Fellows," District No. 10.-A. H Hall L. Hauling Specs
publications of its kind in the world. S. P" :Mays City Clerk of the
Every department of the farm and I I and another is "Chats With Mothers." City of Live Oak, Florida do hereby A. Leggett and J. F. Williams, In- STOVEAny W
i Another is "Decoration of Your
t home is fully represented in this pa- 'i certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. L. Sealey, Clerk.

<: per, and each of these departments | ment Home under and another the head valuable of "Embroid-depart- Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- District No. 11.-S. Phillips, H. length delivered*
is in charge of an expert. It is a very ed by the City Council on the 8th day C.
I Kight
r 11 handsome publication and is a monthly ery, also a department" of "Amusingthe of April, A. D. 1901, and the same and A. M. Lewis, Inspector; of city, promptly,
Children and T. A.
another one under MIkell
Clerk.
- is hereby certified
published on book paper.GREEK'S to the Mayor for
I the head of "Home and How to District busines.
his No.
r FRUIT GROWER, of Really Make It Home" and another approval. 12.-S. D. Huggins, J __ ,
: Rochester N. Y., has been published department under the bead of "Our Witness my band and seal of said D. Goss and J. J. Holmes, Inspectors;
City this Sth
day of April, A. D. J. H. H. J. HO
for twentysevenears., and is edited | Beauty Doctor. There are many Anderson Clerk.

i\ by Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said i other interesting articles in this publication 1907.Seal) S. P. MAYS District No. 13.-H. E. Delegal, W. u
ContractorApply a
4 to be the best-known writer of this | which space alone forbids us ; J. Reynolds
and
A. C.
City Clerk.
r kind in the world. He is ably assist to mention. Any subscriber to this Johnson, Inspectors *
Examined and for plansand
ed by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant Clubb will after reading this paper approved by me ; J. J. Corbett, Clerk.
. this 9th
day of April. A. D. 1907.M. .
" editor. These two well-known we believe, renew their subscriptionfor E. BROOME, Mayor. District No. 14.-T. C. Williams, s

gentlemen also have a large numberof same from year to year without L. B. Davis and T. G. Hall, Inspec- A*-
department editors and special any solicitation upon the part of any- tors; W. L. Mclnnis Clerk. Office on Ohio Ave- I
writers. This magazine alone is one. ORDINANCE NO. 57.An ,
f. worth the price that we ask for the District No. 15.-T. J. Lanier, J.
All of the above Magazines and Ordinance providing for the fleaBromoP -
A.
The Great
Gilby
and J. J.
entire Club. In its class, no paper Collins, Inspectors
Papers contain stories and reading establishing, opening and extendingof ;
in this country compares with it. matter for every and all members of Wilbur street In the City of Live A. L. Burton, Clerk I

, :MODERN STORIES, of New York, the family, from the smallest babyto Oak, Florida, from the east side of I District No. 16.-E. 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 -
lication which is published monthlyand ment of the home, farm and businessare street in White's Addition to said J. C. Brock, Clerk. ;
is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and thirty-two Note the
monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pictures (1032) feet said street to be fifty District No. 17.-J. S. Parker, T.

worth the entire price of the Club. and illustrations In these pub- (50) feet in width. W. Scott and W. H. Johnson, Inspec CURES !

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

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

Ibe able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1. That Wilbur street In prepare the official ballot to be voted [

SOUTHWEST at St. Louis:MAGAZINE, Mo., on the is first published of-}:of this kind composed of such representative = the City of Live Oak, Florida, as it at said special election to be held in Ho Opiates
Papers and Magazines, and now stands, be opened, this ss
I extended and County on May ie
each month, and contains from 60 to -2nd, 1907 and alt ar.ggi '.
we can say to each and everyone established from the eastern side of place 4,
I thereon
bestknoWn'magazines the
Is of the
70 It one names of
all
pages. that our offer is worth many times Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet qualified or
and is in its
published the price of $>..:i, and no one will in width, at right angles with said electors who, by reason of petition -
fifth year. It Is handsomely gotten j j t I make a mistake in taking advantage Ohio avenue eastward to"Vhlte street or certificate are entitled to hare The City F
up and contains many interesting i of in White's Addiiton *'
same. to the said City their names printed thereon. LIVE O*
articles full of valuable Information I//ltt We call your attention to the ad- of Live Oak the northern boundary The Board ,
member of the family and adjourned
for every of to meet i
vertisement of the Club elsewhereIn which said extension shall be April 41-23-trwi-vT.
;will please alL1ILOODED this edition. You .will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio a 26th,, 1907..
I}
STOCK MAGAZINE is detailed information in regard to the avenue frem a point on the eastern W. A. TISO Chairman.

:me of the handsomest and most read Club side of Ohio avens directly opposite J. W. BRYSON, Clerk. '

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;''If you don't want all the papers sent to one address, you can split the! Club and have
:E them sent to any number of different addresses. feel sure we can give you the ON
' greatest satisfaction. There is an
*ircwhcrc[ in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers added stiffness and a glorious gloss
|-: Club. This gives a full description of sach paper. put upon our work that enhances the MAY 6TH.
::The Saving Habit is the Key to. Wealth; not how much you make but how much you your pppearance linen. and Bring lengthens your Shirts the life Col-of .
:' save. lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and ,
Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc. to our I t)
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I p &MTHIS GREAT OFFER 18 FORA A VERY SHORT TIME ONlY J. F. WEBBPAPER JAMES. T. W.A.FAN'IEL NEAL.
Music Teacher.
I IIAXGEK and DECURATOWill
it, 10H7-DaM! CALL AT OUR OFFICE, TELEPHONE OR SEND YOUR ORDER IN BY MAIL be glad-to furnish estimates P.CITY BARBER SHOP.We .

;.":.'...., I II . . I . It. . . . . . . . . . . on tion work, at,best and will prices.guarantee Reference satisfac: S. on Ohio have opened up a barber shop
avenue In the White building
4.. Hinely Live Oak. Call at Democrat -
I and solicit the patronage of the
Five .
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Dollars and Seventy=Five Cents office white up, and people.everything Shop kept Is newly neat fitted and j.
T e I
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, APRIL 22, 19O7.

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FOR STATE PROHIBITIOX. ling back from every'public enterprise . '."' !..!jl1 '_ ':' asi ).i ; t t ;

LIVE OAK DAILY DEIOCRAT of Braden-}throws the boquet_ .on the grave.-Then :
Humphries
Senator '
j aeutTook- tn. who is so stingy tp ,be_'lvays.bowling TheWoia'Pledsfi:
Afternoon .fa.tb l'iamaTe
Published every towu.J.s
'hard"tI'meS'preaclies the fun
.
Except..Sunday. Ing towards the adopUoa J>fn* eon
r tstitutional amendment which would eral and sings the doxology. Thus 1_We'alLknow what a blank;, dull place,this
Wctld.
J..5..SHERW0OD, Editor and Ma'i r. the town' lieVbHried frgmAlisorrow, ;
: shut out the liquor traffic from the = v '. i be for of the
and :care. if it were not some pleasures that =4termingled
we]
entire state.
COMPAIL
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THE LIYE OAOUBLISHIR& a
Now at the Jeff Browne receptionat The Tallahassee Sun Is a "live ; ; with our work and worry.. :,_ _-;
THE DAILT*DEMOCRAT will be Key West this writer saw Senator =
mailed to any part of the United Humphries In powerful close proximity wire," but it' appears to have got Some women i' ....
crossed with some other wires_equally
States( postage prepalr for $5.00 to the artillery punch. There
pleasure
per year; $2.50 for six months; was an-at-peace-with-all-the-world ex- as live. Waving referred to the de- ;or pomfg .

'$1.25 for three months or 50 cents feat of the uniform text bill By "cor in theirshoestbtS|
pression on his benevolent countenance
tor five weeks. In advance. Delivered poration senators" at the last session
to any part of the city by but whether the mere Inhalation : of the legislature, it has since felt Alp because their

carrier, for 10 cents per week. of punch through his temperate .
constrained to make several explanations
nostrils caused this beautiful expression found the right E I
of its language the last of
deponent sayeth not. One fact
FOR STATE SENATOR. which is the following by Its editor: In the "Qu +1Y
remains: The Honorable Joe, aloneof .
Senatorial District. "To make myself perfectly plain I -
Seventeenth all the brilliant company lost his for $3.00 there
will now say that I know that Senators is i ; 1
The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson hat! Others may have lost their ;

* hereby aanounce his name as a candidate heads, but if SO, the difference was Adams AlforoV Bailey Hum ; isle, hobby shoe for every foot, and as Q113.kershoesareim
phries, Jackson. Massey, Neal New-
and earnestly
State Senator
:for not sufficiently noticeable to attract I
lan by experts in a Specialty factory; over foot.
solicit the support; ,of all good true attention. But Senator Humphries and Scott all of: whom voted confenjlji

Democrats at'the special election to "shore did" lose his lid! against the uniform text book bill i lasts and oat of the best and most popular leathers, W&Y ;
last session.have never been control
be held in :Suwannee: county on the
Persiflage aside a vote on
May2nd. VOTERS. amendment suggested would presuppose 'led by a corporation or anything ;t sure.to fit well and give satisfaction which means pleasS
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FOR STATE SENATOR.. a hot old.tim ein the state. For else. -Punta Gorda Herald. '2. '"Quaker" shoes are made by the Goody ear Weltpnxi

one thing think of the howl that I
I hereby announce myseUas, A" The Pensacola Journal recently t doing away with1 the..tacks wax, and thread fouill3ont'
candidate for the office of State Senator would go up from the tourist hotel !
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suggested compromise the "
as a on
for the Seventeenth Senatorial folks, whose income from drinkablesis t Everglade drainage' ,!: that the state i side of so many shoes that hurt burn. ,and blister ,tie. J|
of Florida and respectfully probably larger: than from estables. --
District we i proceed to dig a canal across Florida t This too that thay are soft and pliable. ,:
solicit tae support ofjthe Democratic: Outside the larger cities, however, means ,
and abandon the Everglade drainage '
voters:of Suwannee county. believe there would be a large majority scheme. The Democrat would suggest : : All in all, with every item summed up, you wifl fuitC
W. A. TrSO in fator of such a measure.
behalf of the tax of
-Lakeland Sun.STATE on payers ; ; the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be bou&t l
Florida, who are now paying as higha
'j'j
The, joke is going the rounds of rate of taxes as. necessary that ] < $3.00. ,

the press as to the boy's definitionof LIFE INSURANCE digging ditches of any kind by the *':(;

a deficit. "It's what' you've got tyP"Governor 1 Napoleon Bonaparte state of Florida be abandoned, the Remember to ask for "Quker"-"The shoe that, docs*

when you haven't got as much as If dredges owned by the state sold and i
Broward of[Florida is off on a stern : hurt.
you hadn't nothinV* :" the proceeds therefor placed In the ',.*.
chase after the life Insurance companies fI
state treasury to the of the
of the East. Governor Broward is .. credit} ,
,Times says "there aresad I school fund.SUNDAY.
rita a stern man, and.bis stern chase is Lumber& Naval Stores
majiySTajnpa children out of school I Dowling
going to be astern one. He wants
that a compulsory education law Is a trains over Live Oak
Florida tOg into the life insurance I ,
necessity. Local legislation is whatis business.In Perry & Gulf to Bowling Park leavesat :y

needed to regulate those Tampa 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re- ; : DOWLING PARK, FLORIDA ,
a special message to the legislature
,
kids. of his state Governor Broward turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents . . . . . . . . . t.u....

points out that the foreign insurance round trip.Deputy -

Hon. Jefferson Brown, of Key companies have returned to Florid- VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE( RESORtDOVLING \'-

West ex-member of the railroad com ians in losses paid about $5,000,000 Sheriff Morgan captured a

mission, is prominently mentioned as and have received upwards of $13,- negro wanted in Madison county' PAR)

a possible candidate for governor.Mr. 000,000 in premiums during the last Saturday and Deputy Sheriff lemming :

Brown is well known throughoutthe 13 years. So why not let the state turned him over to Sheriff

state has political and personal go into the life insurance business Stanton this morning.We -WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER

friends in every county and he will Just look, she might have saved her I
make it warm for the other candi wish to call/the ladles' special
in
the last
people nearly .000,000 i Mineral Springs Hotel and
attention Cotta
dates. 13 years! to the laceandembroidery I

r This is the old, old fallacy. Governor sale at The La es' :Emporium Monday HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS, *K

_ Senator Park Trammels bill to tax Broward should remember that Tuesday n / -ednesday. Seethe I WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH UK.,.\
at/ I PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAV1U.1ONS. lent
franchises is being Jumped on and display l -3tMiss
even if the insurance companies have RATES REASONABLE IT MILES FROM LIVE OAK.OMUVIOK
stamped with both feet by the pressof collected! $13.000,000 in premiums in F 1 AGULF., CONNECTION AT un w. '

Florida. Franchises should be encouraged Florida and returned only $5,000- Mattie Regis er was here today ,

=r ; not taxed. But it is hardly 000 in losses paid the companiesstill en route to Perry to visit her : ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK. FLORID/W/ {

probable the measure will receive have a large ampunt of money brother. Miss Register has been I I ..

more*than" passing attention. NU Is held in trust for Florida policy- teaching the Wellborn school the **> > i i > HI i I 1 I >* !+*

one of those'bills best fitted for the holders. Moreover, Governor Bro past three weeks-

waste basket and forgotten.-Miami ward should remember that the dif- I

Metropolis.. ference between the $5,000,000 in SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, ill SOUTHERN BUSINESS COllffi!
Perry & Gulf :
losses paid and the $13,000.000 in to Dowling Park leaves

at 8:00 a. m.. and 1:30 p. m., returning -
A drunken owner of a saloon in a premiums collected does not mean a

rural western, town, not long ago profit of $8,000,000 for the company.If at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

murdered an editor who advocated Governor Broward will look over round trip. I
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prohibition. At an early election his state he' 'lll see several thou

every town in forty miles went dry sand men engaged in the business of I

and the murderer went to the pen for getting people to take out life in C. D. Frink a prominent naval

twenty-four years. It is always bestto surance. These men must be paid stores man and citizen of DeFuniak '
Springs, will move to Live Oak and
remember that
a soft answer and they must have offices clerks
turneth wrath, while it will be interested in the Live Oak
away does not and other employes.

pay to raise a rough house.TampaTimes. Florida might go into the businessof Brokerage and Commission concern. I
He has purchased the W A. "Williams
life insurance but she probably
residence and his
would not sell much insurance with- property family
will move here. Live Oak welcomesall
Hon. Albert Gilchrist says he Is out employing agents just as the

running for governor "right now- companies do now. Life insurance is such good citizens. if S PECIAL.ANNOUNCEMENT!

this very minute." Hon. T. A. Jennings sold. by persistent'solicitation.. Men i .
-KODOL is a thorough stomach
re
has also announced that he is don't seek out the agents; he has to
lief. It digests what you eat and
running some himself. The primaryis seek them. If insurance were like ;
gives the stomach rest and assists in For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLAB",
only about eighteen months off, postage stamps, if no man could get
restoring It to Its normal activityand will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only 830.00. ;
and by the time this pair passes along without it. state insurance
under the wire-eighteen months might be a great scheme. For all the usefulness. KODOL is sold on a Special courses in all Departments have been so arrange
guaranteed relief plan by City: Pharmacy student entering on this special offer finish within the Emit y
hence-it is thought they will have state would have to do would be to can
,
' dw
scholarship.
shed considerably of their wealth open an insurance office in each town 'I 3

and averdupois and will look at'that and proceed to accept business. This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. |
Very few people realize the Impor-
time very much like.th. "before But if the state of Florida should tance of having only the bes of 'ser Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and RA

taking" man in the patent medicine go into the life insurance business, I vices for eye treatment. Dr. Armstrong t help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yon nowS*

advertisement."The why should she not go into the fire I :'
who has hundreds of patients WRITE FOR CATALOG. J
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other ;
4 insurance business? Or any
through this section is mating with .
business* We do not believe that
Boosters" Is the name /
of
an marked success and any ne having |
organization at Eustis and is the first the people of America want state complications of any kinA. should see ,
socialism even if they could be ab- SOUTHERN BUSINESS COUJ
organization of the kind to be formed him. He will be here aaIn on ,the
In the state. solutely assured that state socialism I
Every man in Florida 23rd. and then again /on the first ,

ought to be a "booster," and it Is not would be fair and square and that Tuesday of next monra. the date that LIVE OAK

necessary to belong to a, "Booster" the public enterprises would be hon he makes his regula visit. | i FLORIDA I 1 1i

organization either to be one. If estly and economically and efficiently II
you L. M.HftTTON
1 i President 6. S. STEPHENS I Pring
administered. But with the graft ,
do
jour duty as a citizen to your Frank Drew, Jr., Winder Surrency. -
and corruption that government in . . . . . .
county city or state .&
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you are a Romero Sealey and Starke Con .- -.- ..--..-. - ".- .- I- -
"booster." However, in organizationthere America; is prone to how much less ner went to Peacock Lake Saturday

is strength, and better facilities do the people want state socialism* and while rowing in the middle of Dr. L. C. Ruter, now of Madison receive welcome jl
a hearty
offered for accomplishing the objects -Little Rock (Ark.) Gazette the lake they discovered something! will move here the first of May and sional and social circles.

of the "Boosters" which are rising to the surface and were aboutto .:make Live Oak his future home. Dr.

as follows: "To induce all good The Eustis Lake Region credits strike it with a paddle, thinking Ruter is reputed to be one of the very The walls of the

citizens to come and visit or reside at this to exchange: "A town that it was a turtle, but seeing a fin, best physicians and surgeons In ; church have been beaI

Eustis. To extend to all visitors or never has anything to do In a public Starke Conner reached over theside Florida, and has an extensive prac- I i by W., F. Taylor a decor

new- oniers hospitality and such favors way Is on the road to the cemetery. of the boat and with his hands tice in Madison county, but seeks to.'a first-class workman, pt|

as will induce them to remain Every citizen who does nothing for hauled In a fine eight-pound! trout.. broaden his field. He will Certainly templates locating In U**

longer with us and also to become his town Is helping to dig the grave. be welcomed' here.' Mrs.: Ruter Is a i putting In a shop here It-,

enthusiasts as we are. To act in The man who curses his town -KODOL For: Dyspepsia clears the sister of Mrs. Jj! B. Barton, of this perior workman and It itt*-

harmony with officers of neighboring furnishes the coffin The man who id stomach and makes the breath' 'aa dVVana. ,&'fcfly'; of high social standing he will conclude tQ.

transportation lines, so far as to bet, so selfish as to have no time from his sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by ;well known to our people, and Live Oak is now and TiIl"

ter protect traveling facilities into business to give to the city affairs Is druggists on a guarantee relief plan.It she will naturally fall into the front buildings that the Interior S|

Eustis. To maintain when possible II making the shroud. The man who conforms strictly to, the, ,.National rank of society leaders. Live Oak Is be above the average *>& .

information- bureau:which may..be of. will not advertise' Js driving the Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by acquiring' many excellent 'citizens of seems, capable- of fcerf*,

t _' The man who is always pull;- City Pharmacy. dwe late and. Dr. Ruter and family will work.

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J(1 nEBS CHRONICLED OF INTEREST FOR t DEMOCRAT BRIEFLY- 1'I.AC AND EMBROIDERY 'SALE:< ; '.


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Coanty Gathered by the Democrat Wednesday April 24th J. >
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, I l: Ourentire new: stock will be placed on.display tables and prices'

-kit yon want to sell see J. M. Baljey,
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i [tf, J1een auctioneer.. He,sellsy will be 'greatly reduced for three days only. '- -\_ '


I pest Miss of Bessie Mrs.Carver Blanche is Wolfe the charming today. This is our first lace and embroidery sale thi season and should ,


*Ei Whatley has moved to the be of great interest to all the ladies. "--- .

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CLpl W, J. Hillman is transacting REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY .J

pssiaess in Jacksonville today.

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j. W..>Grant, of Wilmarth. was

here Saturday evening. THE LADIES' EMPORIUM '


R. B. Wiggins and son, Qf Pine I .

Grove, were here Saturday.

L. S. HARVARD
.Proprietor.r
& R: Dickert of Tifton. Ga., is on; .

a visit to his parents here. : :

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i jjjgj Blanche Wolfe returned from
Wellborn today. --- --- ,.
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>' : E. Cobb: of' -Tallahassee, was Read our greatest magazine and Sheriff Purvis, of Lake City was Please Take Notice.

Henry Cannon of the Park, was here yesterday to fee his 'w ife. newspaper. clubbing ever offered by I I here Saturday evening, en route to
this paper. The Ladies Emporium and Mrs.Lawler's .
here today. Jasper on official business. >
Miss. Belle Hawkins, of Pinemount. I Milinery Store have kindly

: CoL A. E. Leslie was able to be on was her..yesterday., IRi I r Mrs. T. H. Sleeks left for :Madison: I I R. l V. Bennett, of the Park, was taken charge of some of our toilet
this morning. today on a visit to relatives and articles ("France-American Hygienic" -
the streets tere Saturday en route to Jackson-
E., J. Harrell,_ of the Park, was friends. ville. ). Our patrons will please ask for

xIiJ1 Bass, of Dowllng Park, was here yesterday.. I them when shopping at these two
"' : places. Thanking in advance tor -
you
Hildreth. Homer ''bitfield spent Sunday
route to
here today en Mrs. J. M. Paulk,
of Tifton, Ga.,
L. Ramis went to Pinemount yes-.i with his wife here and left this your
r who has been visiting Mrs. R. E. McXeill patronage.ST.
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iisa Sallle 'Hatch, of Jasper, was terday.D. I morning for Santa Fe. :,j:_u.. returned home Saturday. LUKE'S GUILD.Dr. ; .

"h the city today. ,
.' : I T. Sumner and wife, of near Mc- f Miss Victoria Ingram who has Ruter and wife, of bfadison..returned =
F- S. E. Townsend, of Lawty Is In the Alpin, went to Jacksonville yesterdays been visiting here returned to her Rev. F. P. McCall, pastor of the home today after a very pleasant ,

dtj today og. sinfs', home in Pinemount,yestrady. Pinemount circuit, was here Satur visit fcere, guests of. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
: .tY 1 I' \Y- R. Creekmore, of Wellborn: -j., "I: day. B. Barton.
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_D. A, Dunnawfty returned from was here Saturday._ ..- Mrs Farrell left for Gainesville I
St. Petersburg ; and Tampa esterdav.: ,> r yesterday on an extended visit to Mrs. J. D. Wilson went to Savan- -Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. 1.
"W. H. Ogden, a prominent'citizen friends and relatives. nah this morning to visit relativesfor The pleasant cold remedy that,expels .
r Dr. Rater end''wife returned to \Vellborn, was here SaturdaY a month. tte cold through its action on the

Madison this morning. ", Miss Crews a very 'fascinating bowels Sold by City Pharmacy. dw.

I P. H. Lewis, of Suwannee, was.... young lady from Perry was here )'es- Mrs. Dickert, of Porters' Station,
T. J. Walker of Mayo, was in the tere Saturday trading. : terday. I who has been, visiting here, returned Mrs. T. J. Skipper, of Lloyd, who
city on business today. I I home this morning. has been visiting her niece, :Mrs.
W. B. Black went to Lake City thin \\'. C. Johnson and wife, of Perry, I Hamblin, returned to her home this

1111'1. Henry Taylor and son retained morning on a visit to'his mother. were tere, yesterday, guests' of the I:. Miss Delia Kennedy went to ; morning.

from. Luravllle this morning. Ethel. Houston this morning on a visit to 1 1I
J Geo. W. Duncan, of Jasper, WB; I II I I her brother. I I Sheriff Purvis, of Lake City was _
zlfrs. Brim, of Porter's Station, was tere yesterday.C. Mrs. A. Hurst, who has been visit-,I I mere a short time yesterday. He Informed -
hle' this morning. ing at White Springs, returned home Senator J. X. Willis and wife, of the reporter that a white man
A. O'Qulnn, of Mayo, was here yesterday. Williston were at the Ethel yesterday named Green, who has been varying

t Fine Oranges nuns. yesterday.. .' the mail between the depot and the
Core .."- Mrs. Hingson and daughter, of .
week. "Wolfe on 22-5 I I postoffice for the past five years, wasr.e9ted'
'." J Circuit court convened In' Late Kirkland, were here yesterday en Joe Knight, Citrus county's able ; Saturday and in his possession -

-.J., X Hall, .of Benton was here City today. route to Fargo, Ga. representative in the legislature, i was*found a large lot of missing

turday and Sunday. made a laj-over here jesterday. articles, consisting of postage stamps,
Clifford Jordan, of the Park, ;vas Carey Pound, son of Editor J. E. etc. He has been under suspicious :l.

f% G. Hair ,spent yesterday ate cere yesterday.C. : Pound, of the Perry Herald, spent If you want draylng done! or/ a for some time, and the arrest is con- .1
Sunday with relatives in Live Oak. I trunk carried to the depot J fight sidered, Important ont i

= I B. Davis of Woodstock, is tran- quick, phone 123.:' W. :{...B right cl
business in the city today. Mrs. Hlsler, who has-been visitingher "
1.J 1ss Sadie Green went to Mayo sacting I :
IJtIterdal on a visit to her brother. son here returned home jester- Dave L. Brjan.tof Bran ri1*' man. !j WALL PAPER

t C. C. Smith went to Jasper Saturday day. ager of the Branford Mercantile Co., f j

?Dan McCormick went to Hampton spent jesterday with his friends in j: When in need of nice wall pa-
ill:1llgs yesterday. Especially recomended for Piles-- Live Oak. I i: per call on H. H. PETTY, at I
TO RE Furnished and u furnished thst is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch J
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>> .I I CLINTON'& MECK'S MARKET. '
jDr.; Anderson went to Lancaster rooms, address "R" In/care Hazel Salve. Sold by City Pharmacy $2.50 wagon seats, new'Jt J/M. __

ttsterday on profesional business. of Democrat. | *' dw Bailey's, the Auction House< for :'.

I $1.50. Other things in proportion. i' flmWo Q o OK O N ws s CO.
lDoc ,
Green went to Mayo yesterday J. B. Evans went to Jacksonville Miss Hazel Stewart of Wildwood, Be quick. tfI I
on a visit to his son. this morning as a delegate to the dis- was here yesterday en route to "'eU- i i '

trict conference. I borne on a visit. While here she was Mrs. Pert, Mrs. J. E. Bussett and 'j- A PEACE OFFERING.I 1 f
visiting B. C. Bell. j Miss Julla Pert and little Clyde Sur- '

J. J. Wbitfield has purchased a rency went to the Park yesterday on i
FOR SALE lot at Dowling Park, and erect I i ; a visit to relatives. % !
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thereon a comfortable cottage. '
t When you think i -When you need a pill, take a pill, a 1
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Mrs. Sid Conner and daughter, and be sure it's an Early Riser !
WBD AND UNIMPROVED Miss Evelyn returned from Jacksonville I about that fine I Ii They are sold here by City Pharmacy I h milj .i

yesterday.Col. dw .
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i Watch you .:.i i

Sty Real state Frank Reese accompanied his Col. C. A. Hardee, State's Attorney :
need thinkRADFORD'S}
mother on her way home to Georgia : went to Lake City this morning,
Saturday as far as Jasper.J. I of where the Columbia county Circuit j jj
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Court convenes this morning.
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: Farms Etc C. Mangum was up from McAl- I
pin and spent Sunday with his fami- I Keep on smiling and read our i

ly. greatest magazine and newspaper I If you and your best girl have had
; I I --- clubbing ever offered by this paper. a "misunderstanding," and most eng- -3 1

H. M. Wood now sports a fine I Where you will find a Particulars elsewhere in this issue. aged couples do have them, you know .
TY horse purchased from Henry Cannon, the best thing to restore her sweet _
URPROPERTY Saturday. ; choice assortment of C. T. Ansle, of BrooksvIIle came temper and your own, too, will be a
up jesterday on a visit to his wife box of our delicious Xu nally's choco- I
I the best :
> very and baby, who have been here for lates.
Mrs. Fannie Powers and :Mrs.: O. ( For who is the girl who
Wadsworth, of 'ellborn, who have :: some time. '! could resist the charm of our Chocolate t
WITHUS. .
been visiting their sister. Mrs. B. C. BWjatclies They are pure, wholesome, ,1
i Bell, have returned home. J -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough and delicious; and second to none in rJ
Syrup. Children like its pleasant quality. There are more lovers'
I WATCHES REPAIRED, .
Ladies, I Bave just opened st dress I'' -- taste Contains no opiates, bat drives quarrels "patched up": with our candies ,
I the cold out through the bowels. than with other
any kind.
making room' in the Lewin building,
RADFORD Made in conformity to Pore Food and
J. D.

and will guaranteed.be glad. to I\rve!MRS Give you./m KTGHT./triaL Satisfaction Ii SUVE OAK HA by Drugs City Law.Pharmacye Recommended__: ,and_<;0.dw sold_ fI o rmn i B Book JlI! J WS '"C CO.. .



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:' 15 J.rfJI OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT., -nAY: ,. APRIL 22: 1 OT.



M r. Farris Bill ta Close Out Internal I '

I, FLORIDA RAILWAY.' Improvement Board. Live-Oak': MfiManufacturers

t, scHlDUCJNU Following'Is thte full text of house ; "

CTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. KY. ANB A. C. L. aY. AT UVE.OAIC; bill No. 505. by If. Farrls, of Daval. ..- ._.

i -. czrm.L 'miL LEAD CP. an act to wind mp and do away with of
DOW1C.lea.
UAD the Internal Improvement board and

No.Z.. No l .

; ) :- S 1 No.J and j1 L. .' STAT1O.S.. .' F.zprest and[sit Local Except L, i Fgtui fund A :bill tjo/be entitled, an act to Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Ii'

Except Express. Dail7. Sunda.yii speedily settle and determine the
ii lInoiaT. DailyS Power and dentine
trust Imposed upon the trustees of =
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fund and "
the Internal Improvement
m' L" Live Oak-..._ ..--Ar. 10 60 a m 5 40 p on
1.10 .a S JI P ml 4 to finally discharge such trustees. Electric Lights in any part of the city furnishe h ;
; Porter. L. 10 30 a m 5 20 p m interest
M Whereas the
; 1 50 a m 1 34pmLv S I t paramount or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. E
L. _Stokiey......---rv10 22 a m b 00 p mLA and wefare of the people of the State -
o 105.MP- I day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. --: .
j + .. 20. m 4 45 p m, of Florida demand the Immediate adjudication .
'.. 810am 156 pm'L"'I Lai4er L.,10 and settlement of the Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
mLv_ KirI.J..t L.10 10. m 4 40 r.t m
:f 30 a m 4 08 p 3.6 questions involving the validity of the tion. and all orders promptly filled. -
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Ar. "' .w >:arw 10 OJ a m 6 s0 p m '1
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'. 140_ _!_.II 4 19 p. m, -- WIlmar ;....r..Ar.F legislative land grants to railroadsand
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f- I 50 a m We will good prices low ct&J
.... "/ canal companies of the State of give you on grade

J u, .. 10 30 a a m m1 Lv_... -t"m-: ---- !/ Florida and the claims of the trustees flooring. Come and get our prices. f

!.. I Ar. ----_______W&1maJoth.......--.- of the internal improvementfund
i b0 am -
II' 1 'ZiJpmL" -- RYtmarth----- a lia m 415pm to a prior title In them to the
1. ;.. 10 oo a m '( 0.6c Two negroes each of whom were nee, State of Florida oz'the +
I Lv- -- .. ...-River.--..__.o Lv9 5i a m 4 U pm lands so granted or attempted to be .
10 11 a 21 P m 2.8' named Henry WI1U'ams. were arrested second day .f
mlLv..___. ... 'Norwood.- t v. I 45 II S7 IDt granted by the legislature, and. X');
m
10 20 a -t 4 10 p -"'''"" P by Policeman Kinkaid Saturdayand the said Thursday being
t s.l said tt'
.. ...... __.L.. Whereas the management of .
4 40 Ar ---.Maya- _938a WI I 4$ pili were fined |3.00 each In MayorBroom's Second Day of
10.0 a M' Ma
#. Plllj cLv---._----2iaya----- -A r.y fund and the litigation in which the ,
t0 40 a mi "' court this morning. for a State
Senator
t = Z.b b: said trustees are now involved affect- of tbt fc|

ID I-I ..._... U. 1- Florida from the SereHeeS
t. 10b60 a .. L"_.- --.l.lt.oD. Ing said fund is productive of great

'. :AI. ....-.... .--.... _.)l: ...... ._........._......._ I expense to the fund and has resultedIn This May Interest You atorlal District of said b. *
1105 a._ Lvr. posed of the County of S
93T 140 criticism the trustees therefore -
U10am 442pm lL"r.. am pm upon ; No one is immune from Kidney
fill the -
fLy' c;:__ PeW- Ar, 30 a m I Z5 pm trouble, so just remember that vacancy occatioma g,
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11 ZI) a III 4 death, on the fifth
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1.' day
.. 4 it UP-I IL- ......_...SaltJr..d .- -.- '.. 123 a m II 15 Pili Be it enacted by the legislature of Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir- of Hon. J. R. Newlaa.of SoSh 4

,. una m'' pm'L.' 9.2 _Lv' the State of i Florida: regularies and cure any case of kid
_. A.ti.kl- 'OGa" l45pm said District. ._ ,
',' U t6 a m. 10 P 11I1 z. Section 1. That it shall be the ney and bladder trouble that is not

,r U 5& a lit b It p o Lv ChIIl'ITDDu.I., ". "'...L 100 a.. 2 S5 pm duty of the attorney general of this beyond the reach of medicine. City I In Testimony Whereof .i"v

g __ -Ly. 2 20 I hereunto set my hand tai eat
121)6) am..? p mL; AO' 8 53 pm state as soon as practicable after the Pharmacy. dw Great Seal of the "

mtLv___Fenhouowq__....Ly. SUa m 210 pm I passage of this act to file a bill in State to fc
:t 18 a 18 I S5 p 2.5tY at Tallahassee, the ,
24 aIDI 43 Denmark___ ...-.-1.". 8 IS a m 131 pml equity in the circit court of Leon A Valuable Prescription.The 8th day of Capital jg
pm s3tt April. A. D. iMta
IAr .__Perri _. ._L. county in said State In the names I
U ID 5 50 p m -- -- 830 a m lO pm average person does not realize (Seal) H. CLAY CRATFTCS
t I II .and in behalf of the trustees of the
how much the bodily health depends SecretJrrl

(11) TeIe.rach or Te1ep uQe 3tatlo.. m Flag Statio tr) Relrister. (a) Regular Stop. (a) internal Improvement fund as com upon the proper action of the kidneysand J. H. RICKERSON.
T. P. AL TON. Supenntendeot.I plainants for disposition of all the '
I Apaq Station bladder, nor how widespread disorders Sheriff Suwannee Comtj.f..
aam Genera er Aaert.f remaining assets and properties or
of those organs are. It is
such fund, and shall make all rail
quite safe to say that they give
F TO THE road corporations and canal companies c. w. WILSON,
physicians as many sleepless nights I
to whom grants of land from
on account of their patients as do
I any
T
1- such fund have heretofore been made AILQf
JAMESTOWNExpositi of the others and perhaps it would
by the legislature of Florida, or their
not be too much to say that, directlyand
assigns parties defendant to such Tailoring done at Ring
Indirectly, they are chargeablewith
bill; and by such bill hall seek the I an tee store. Prompt servkt-tfc.
as much sickness as all the other
advice direction and decree of the I, tion guaranteed:.
organs of the human body combined.As .
I court as to the validity of all and ,
a result of a vast amount of care-
every grant of land to saId railroad '
ful study many physicians are now
c' panics and canal companies if !IA LIQUID
S using with great success in the treat- jOIJIfl
via the aIY. are entitled to priority In the
ment of disorders traceable to the ----
distribution of the lands and properties I i

f I now; remaining unsold and ua- kidneys and bladder a prescription LAXATIVE COUGHS

AtlanticCoastLinePeople conveyed in the hands of such trustees composed of4 oz, Fluid Extract of ,i .?
Fluid of Uva'
and to the cash proceeds of Buchu % oz. Extract

lands heretofore sold and conveyed Uris, 1 oz. Amet Cordial \\ oz. j nTk

: all over Florida, sc the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur that were subject to any such prior Fluid Extract of Liverwort and 15

I" ozs. water. This is administered in ITNE

i pIe Foldsr" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two grant Section or grants.2. That upon complianceby doses of a tablespoonful three times, NEW ,

daily trains each with through Pullman buffet sleeping the said trustees with the order a day and while the treatment is
t- way,
of the court which may be made In continued which in order that all IDEI

cars. said cause they shall forever discharge impurities may be eliminated' from i

the system, should be for a month, t
from the further
t" Season and fifteen limit excursion tickets administration
sixty days days of such trust. the patient is advised to.drink large \

r sale from 10th November 30th low quantities of water. The materials j K4 clan ..... ad tI ..e
on daily April to at rates. Section 3. That all laws or parts Xnrr Kctti*.

t Coach excursions at very low rates. called for by the prescription are "A Cold or & Conch DIIIf1

provisions carried in stock by every first-class j duc constipation-tha J{"

i r For further information see your nearest railroad agenI take effect imme- pharmacy. ( eyu. none and throat Instead of p ",
cf the system through the)fear 1af**
or write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic diately upon its passage.Mr. # For the want of moUtur tkV>.*,

Coast Line, Jacksonville Fla. Don't Put off iI i i dry and hard." Nearly ail rtM***
r i (boss **!
S. L. Bowen of Wayne, W. are constipating especially
; for tomorrow what you can do to- Opiates. Kennedy's Lazaflw rtaf!
Ca., writes "I was a sufferer from day. If you put off buying a bottle Tar moves the bower c o2ai 9*

i fLive Oak Perry & Gulf Kidney disease, so that at times I of Ballard's Snow liniment, when ;

could not get out of bed and when that pain comes you won't have any KENNEDY'SLAXAJIVi
1 did. I could not stand
straight. I
Railroad Company. buy a bottle today. A positive cure
t took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar for Rheumatism
Burns, Cuts
Schedule EJt"Ctive.prU 7. 1901. bottle and part of the second
Sprains Contracted
Muscles
etc., T. 1
WEST BOU1\iD EAST BOL'D1sT. cured ms entirely." Foley's Kidney S. Graham Prairie Grove Ark., :

.CLASS 2D. CLASS ; I 1sT. CLASS ,,21 CLA Gore works wonders where others writes: "I wish to thank you for' HONEYS
Mail & and 1Mail P..a ,Pas.en-'Frt.' are total failures. City Pharmacy :
and the
good results I received
Pass. -1-..... ''Mail I Pass. from wortac*
... ger t ger dw Snow Liniment. It : .9 Relieves Colds by ]
positivelycured
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--' No.L .3. No.2. I No.6.. i No. 12 N0. .. : of the .y tem through a oopIoIII
Sunday Daily ex.. I Sunday Sunday Daily e_.. me of Rheumatism after others had the bowels.
Daily only ( Sullday. ex. Sunl Only : only Sunday FLORIDA Ol)l> FLLLOUS. f ned. Sold by Suwannee Drug : m Relieves Cough by de'.

::t A.Leave. If. P.Leave K. t Leave P.L I P. K. P. M. I A. M. i A.. M.. Session at St. Petersburg Was Largest Company. jw. : lengthening the the mucous -.0o''

II 00 130 240,......_..._........Live Oak_.....................I Arrive 430 Arrive 5 Arrive i000 Arrive 9 40 and Kest In History of Wroat.chast.lung6aodbr
8 IS 1 U 2 ...__..__Roeky Sink............:...... ., 4 16 5 501' 9 46 I 9 19 | For Crwp. whooping Coa&\t&
a 81S 141 I 001.' .............._......._Stan' ....._.................. a 412 C34 9 42 9 13 This Jurisdiction. Jury List. 1 04 II
822 1 521 307.........-........:......Mereer................._.....I 408 I 5 30.1 938'' 90 7 Following is the jury list for the Influenza Bronchitis,
833 I 1 ..._Platt..... ... 5271 I Returning Jacksonville members Colds, Lug anti Bronchial .
405.
8 341 I 2 04. = 30 :::-.::::::::::::: :::: 935! : : :\lay'term of I IW .. I
I Lancaster ::::::::::s.::: 3 56' S IS 9 26 say the 1907 session of the Grand Circuit Court: remedy U equal to aUas*/!

l' Lv Ar : 39Ar 45Lv: t 445 09.t: : fo,:::=::::::'-Ilnwling Dowbog Park Park:::::::::::::::::: i : 48i'L" S lOrLv:Ar ; 18 13 i : ] Lodge. Independent Order of Odd M. Cason Peter Odom, C. M 1, Honey and Tar. Children 1Da*::

(. 452 449.: 4 417k 15 ......Chancey...B.U._....................... 333 i Fellows held in St. Petersburg last :Murphy g. W. Kennedy, R. W. In- : Put era In sac see and sLeswt+10
4 b7 4 !:::::::: ::::::.Mayo ._ : : :::::: :::::: 3 330 28 : : : :1! i = gram. H. J. Green L. M. Ballentine I oratory L 0.Dewitt 0.---

t.t a j //A 4251!......_...................Day_.....................,.. L" 9 week was the largest and best in the
.: s 500L: 4 ...........................Day........................ s I 25.. 500,Ar 8 OIi Sod, 7 511 history of the order in this jurisdiction W. H, Ezell J. R. :Mills J. W. Lip-I Sold Cit Phui
'" j ; S ;;\ .._............ I1J by r
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06\\ Si1o ..................... 4 $4, 849 735 J. J.
j 5 4 52 ._. __......,Townsend. : :' sey. Lewis C. A. Knight G. T.
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II 5 101 512.. -_......_......'Smith ........................ 2 425, 8451 7 fl8 Meeks, J. T. :Mathis S. E.
'" j 5 381 5 27 -_...___i'enhoUoway_.................. 2 ;II 4 12' 8 15. 6 The election of officers resulted in Pinkham I I '
f 1& 6O5 1 600 ..-............_P.rrJ'_......................... 2 40Q1 8 0'i 6 so the selection of the following: Samuel Platt C. B. Olliff J. C. Pink- '!
All 25 Ar 6 20 Ar 6 15 ...-_Rampton Springs............... 2 15 Lv 3 6 10 ham S. A. i'i
M. 1 P. 1. I P M. LL M. s P. 45IL 1 .k.45IL! A. 1L Grand master J. W. White, Jack- Richardson S. E. Newman FOlEY'

onville. ,V. H. Lamb J. I. Kirkland C.I I 1

MAYO AND -\LTOX nn.-\XCH. Deputy grand master B. C. Abernathy B. Haynes J. W. Hobbs J. J. Sumner i,

Orlando. A. E. Taylor W H. Cameron. :

WT BOUND. Grand warden George T. Self De- D. B_ Richardson X H. Green L. C.
s EAST BOUND
Land. Lanier Brantley Padgett. \\. D. Stin- HOSMi{

Frt.Pas.&. Fp"tP 1 Ear D I Passes ger Frt. & Frt.&.:'Pa-uen{Parse n Grand secretary A. M. Cushman son J. D. Parnell W. E.: Harrell. J
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: N0:7. : No: 9. iN;: L i No.13. No. 8. I No.10. No. l4. .

;. ezSun Daily.,es Daily..3ua JSou.ndaynl..,.T, Daily I Daily ""SUndaY S a nary Grand treasurer George L. Bran I The original
i I ex.Sun ex..Sun.+ Only Only SUNDAY trains
I sing, West Palm Beach. over Live Oak, !

: .A.Lea". M. : Leave. !A Leave: Lj Leave. I I'I'A.. K.. I IPM'I-uL1: : { P. J L Grand representative, C. D. Rlne- Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leaves i LAXATIVEcougiifS

j 10\ 4 40'' 9 ........ .... : I Arriv at 8:00 a. m., and I
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401 .Mayoivnetioe..... ......... 7 581 3 201 8 a3 2 U;; tart Jacksonville. p. m., returning <
r 9201 456 1 II ,I 5.J ......................Oark ..................... 7391 3031; 842 1 52 at 5:50 I lL
9 5_06, 03 S 53 .Pet.rsoa. .. I Grand marshal, J. W. Standing p. m.-50 cents For coughs, colds throat j
10 :'a 34 1. g 13 I 6 .:::::::: .:::: :::...Mayor. : ::: ::::::::::>s H s i 53 40''. :;; 1 1 Gainesville. round trip. !{ troubles. No opla.te6SoG*!2
E: ArlO 10 Ar 5 4i ArlO 23 615 .. .. .. "m Alter .......... ....... L" 7 00 L" 2 30.:Lv 8 lOsLv 1 Good for Soldetr
Grand conductor, W. J. H. Taylor everybody ..j|
t. s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and Key West. NOTICE OF ELECTION. The genuine -!

from Live Oa, and Perry. For information as to connections with FOLEY'S HOSEVandfAJ

': otter lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent 'phone 147, Doling w- baste Grand Pensacola.chaplain, A. H. D'Alem- State To the of Florida Sheriff:of Suwannee County ..Yellow packageRefna8*1

BuildIng. Live Oak. b1
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Grand guardian. E. Shugart DeKnow That Prepared CND
THCS. IKW LING, President. R. p. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. Funiak Springs. ye. I. H. Clay Craw Foley A Company
ford. Secretary of State of the Stateof

Grand herald J. L. Rankin, Florida, do hereby give .notice City Pharma_ll


ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT Palatka.The next session will be held in that a Special Electionwill C. N. Hildreth, Sr., beg4

Jacksonville April 1908. the new tile walk In .
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CLINTON &
The oldest man in Bavaria Is ,

( Peter Huter of Hasheim. .He was -

SEABOARD I 102 years old on February 16. jn Spring Sack


! Doing Business Again Suits For M nand

: Airline Railway. "When my friends thought 1 was Wholesale and Re-
about to take leave of this world, on
f For Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, x account of Indigestion, nervousnessand Young Men

I Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore general debility," writes A. A. tail Dealers in Flori-
I Philadelphia and New York Chisholm Treadwell N. Y., "and I at $15, $18 and

.. when it looked as if there was no

rfHRlTELEOflNT<< \ TRfllNS\ DOILY\ fccpe Electric left Bitters I was and persuaded I rejoice to to say try da and WesternMEATS $20. .

that they are curing me.. I am now that we are offering this week must

: Seaboard Florida Limited doing business again as of old, convince every man. who examines

and am still gaining daily." Best them that they'are without exceptionthe

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby greatest values ever. sold at these

Barclay & Groover druggists. popular prices.

Price 50c. dw If loU want a smart :uptodateMICHAELSSTERN
Pullman
f. Modern : : Equipment.

A 500-mile canal, projected to Phone 24. .
r The Seaboard Florida 'Limited drain the great swamps of Florida

The Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train be- would reclaim 6,500,000 acres of

tween St. Augustine, Jacksonville and New York, via Rich- land. Promdt deliveries

Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M.
mond and Good Judgement .
aad Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily, including Sundays. in the -
I Is the essential characteristic of men anywhere

and woman. Invaluable to good 1 1i

,The Jamestown Exposition Line : business men and necessary to house-

wives. A woman shows good judge- City. I

; NORFOLK, VA. ment when she buys White's Cream
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Vermifuge for her baby. The best
\ Only line operating: daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New worm medicine ever offered to mothers Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
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Orleans. For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any I chronic constipation by stimulatingthe
Many indeed are the sensible
; agent of Seaboard or write, liver and bowels and restores the jii
S. C. EOYLSTON JR., Asst. Gent Pass.Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. mothers, who write expressing their natural action of the bowels. Orino
gratitude for the good health of their
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate t :
+4minnMiiiMiM MMinnm i HIM 1111 > n children, which they owe to the use i
or gripe and is mild and pleas-
of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
ant to take. Refuse substitutes.
I"I I I by Suwannee Drug Co. dw
i' City Pharmacy. dw

I t OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis During three years of his early life
'I
in Parliament Sir Henry. Campbell- On the state railways in Germany

not restricted the scope of its 'patronage. It is Bannerman never once addressed the the coaches are painted according to

broad enough to accommodate all, and house. the colors of the tickets of their res- i

Why pective classes. First-class coachesare

i HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: have a tortid liver when Herbine. the painted yellow, second-class green i

only liver reguator will help your and third-class white. I
L 1.-The young folks with their small savings.
There is no reason why you should
I 2.-The breadwinner, striving to accumulate a fund
suffer from Constipation,
:: Dyspepsia Cartridges are taken as < all
K .' to procure a home, or a competency for old age. liver \change
Chills and Fever or any com-
: well-to-do for the convenience over Abyssinia at a rate usually of
3.-The afforded and plaints, when Herbine will cure you.
f' ten to the dollar. The cap must be
the income provided. F. C. Waite, Westville. Fla., writes:
undamaged the case in no way mis-
4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. ; "I was sick for a month with chills
formed and the paper round the
and fever and after taking two bot- --..---
bullet must be in a state of perfect
TOE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, FloridaSick \ tles of Herbine, am well and heal- preservation.John FINE CLOTHING

Company ........._ .
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o dw*
P. Hideout Lewinston, Me,,
s Sufi for business or dress that will
75, is veteran master builder.He .J I
Mme. Schumann-Heinck recentlyhad age a
look and fit as if made to measure,
her life insured for $100,000 claims to have cut 100 ship I then you shouldn't fall to come and

$80,000 of which is made payable to frames and built 52 vessels; they see these three After Easter specialsin

her children. Before she took out were from one ton to 1,500 tons. The the noted

this policy she was insured for largest, the Sea King, was 1,500 tons.

i: $35,000 MICHAELS-STERN
Wellborn is building up splendidlyand

I; I. An Insidious Danger B. \\". Helvenston is covering FINE CLOTHING

One of the worst features of kid- every structure with insurance. The

ney trouble is that it is an insidious people are contemplating installing You will find the style and quality,

disease and before the victim realizes water works and an electric light the finish and the fit of the suits of

IN fit* Livers his danger he may have a fatal malady plant. The school there is one of I I your size at every price, precisely as
I I
I r Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the the best in the state and the town is you want them. Details:

first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities prospering.

Ii A PURELY VEGETABLE and prevents Bright's A i t t H.Ik rtft-g > single breasted and Sack double-Suits
disease and diabetes. City Pharmacy LEGAL NOTICE
COMPOUND----- rI (pitin all the approved
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dw To Emma L. Parshley as executrixof
.e and for the estate of Nancy M. I Spring styles and fab-

CONSTIPATION DYSPEP. Parshley, deceased, H. F. Airth and ric-etrects-gray and brown-toned
Three good washes are received by
Q- UUILKLY CURES SIA, MALARIA.CHILLS and the Suwannee Hotel Co., a corpora- worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots and
COMPLAINTS.A an Abyssinian during his career-at ,
LIVER tion
ALL and to all persons interested in tw eeds--coustom-tailored and fin-
GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by his birth, on his marriage morn and or having liens upon the property in
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purt at his death. At all other times he this notice described-Greeting: Isbed equal to $30 to order-

I t |chu d today may san you tick spell tomorrow. shuns soap and water. You and each of you are hereby required made suits for your selec$15
I to appear in our Circuit Courtat tion at only .

t. CURED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER The New Pure Food and Drug Law. Florida the ,Court on the house 3rd day in of June Live, 1907 Oak all the advanced

; ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED in that certain cause wherein the Cityof 18 styles in smart sin-
We are pleased to announce thatFoley's A t $
;' Mri. W. A. Whltewell, Emory. Tex.: Live Oak, Florida is petitioner and gle and doublebrestted -
k" writes: "My child had chill tad fever Honey and Tar for coughs, you are respondents, and wherein it hand
T for four years. We tried all kinds of colds and lung troubles is not affected is sought to condemn and appropriatefor cut; strictly
medicine,and finally an acqaaintance of by the National Pure Food and public use as a street the follow- tailored throughout and made of ex-
a mine recommended Herbine. We used Drug law as it contains no opiates or ing described piece and parcel of land cellent worsteds cheviots, cassimeresand
; three bottle, and the child ia now com1eteJy lying and being situate in Suwannee tweeds in beautiful patters of
other harmful drugs and we recom-
cured. Yon have permission
my County. Florida, to-wit: like
to publish this testimonial, as I cheer- mend it as a safe remedy for childen -i Beginning at a point on the eastern newest color ffects-precisely
fall recommend Herbine to all mother and adults. City Ptarmacy. dw* boundary line of Ohio Avenue in theI the $35 tomeasuremadesuits
having children afflicted a*mine." I I City of Live Oak, Florida, directly op- here in all styles at $18 ss

WOE BOTTLE. 58e GET THE GEHUISE For lilies of the valley a vicar in posite the northern boundary line only. . .
i Wilbur Street as it now stands on
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. Carmarthen draws $2,500 from 11''lof western side of Ohio Avenue and finest specimens

ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. London dealer, while an old lady in I run from thence at right angles with high class tailor
At$20
Berkshire is said to make nearly Ohio Avenue eastward 1,032 feet to } in all the smart
White Street In White's Addition to
HB H0 Marechal Xiel I
$5,000 early out styles and exclusive
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY the City of Live Oak Florida thence
roses. south along the western boundary suitings of finest quality-Imported ,'

[ Suwannee Drug Company. line of said White Street fifty (50) and domestic worsteds, cheviots, ser-
Bitten by a Spider. feet thence west parallel with the ges and cassimeres--the counterpart ,
first boundary line above 1,032 feet
in every detail of $40 to- .
F1I1roR'S PROCL.\I.\.TIOX. Through blood poisoning causedby to Ohio Avenue thence north along
to
Nos 3 andt,
Wards
f*?*. U hereby given that at the I f man from a spider bite, John Washington, the eastern boundary line of Ohio measure-made suits, special $20 I
General City Election of the I fill unexpired term, caused by removal of Boaqueville; Tex., would have lost Avenue fifty (50V feet to point of for this week only I
therefrom three
of from Wards and resignationof became mass of beginning; excepting
which a
Lire Oak. Suwannee County his leg (3) feet deep across the northern SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS AT E
'to be held on the first Tues- incumbents. running sores, bad he not been per- part of the Parshley family burial

fa Bay ..' D. 1 07. at the Given under my hand and sea]t suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica ground as now enclosed within the S2.50 TO $7.50 .: [
"tit Salve He writes: "The first ap- iron fence enclosing the same and
Chamber and in manner and I the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907. I which is included within the above Every suit at every price built of .
relieved, and four boxes ...
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Prescribed by law, the fol- I (Seal) M. E. BROOME, plication description.And carefully seclected materials; tail-
municipal officers of said Mayor City of Live Oak, healed all the sores. Heals every I you will then and there show 01 ed by specialists to resist wear t
fro to sore :25c at Barcla & Groover, the should not be taken
be why same
-voted for and elect. 1 Suwannee County Florida keep their shape and fit perfectly inevery
t druggists. dw I for the uses and purposes set forth in
/ :Mayor, Norfolk, doublebreasted
a Clerk Treasurer I Attest: I the petition or else you will be size- -
.1saeuor. ailed' by same person; I S. P. MAYS, Clerk, .barred. and single-breasted Sack, and
recalled that James Bryce is
Collector: a It is Hon. Bascom H. Palmer. creations in and
Marshal and I Live Oak Florida. I Witness the dainty plain fancyfab.rics
Inspector. filled by MOle per- one of tte very few men who have set Judge of the Circuit Court Su- for little men of 3 to 8
;_ba Alderman I foot upon the top of Mount Ararat. !wannee Count. Florida, as also J_
from Ward +n-iiii n *+ i n inH"H"< nearly thirty years ago W Bryson, its clerk and the seal of years.
{$4 Alderman This was

.Alderman from'from Ward Ward No.No.3; I t; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, The mountain is over 17,000 feet in .said Oak court Suwannee at the County courthouse Florida.in Live this

4enn&1i from Ward No. 4 : height.-Chicago Evening Post ; 13th day of April. A. D 1907

Ja from Ward !lo. 5; an; .I VETERINARY. I 1: Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee
How to Avoid Appendicitis ,
";;''i.J frpm. the City at Large; i Solicits your patrenage'-Office I ty Florida.
Bond Trustee to fill ex- at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148JIIIIItlll.lllllllllllll ,, Most victims of appendicitis are CARTER & COLLUM. I" IENS' OUTFITTERS"
of C. A. i habitually constipated. 1 Attorneys for Petitioner.
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SPEAKS FOR \V. J. BRYANNATIONAL Election direct vote of of United.the people States reforma-senatorsby GO11 G FOR IMMIGRANTS I r 8-No le slab.marks. Perry Fla.. 1 case I 53-D.hoghead B, Graham.eartheawar4.penjvR 1'

tion of civil service rules and a strong I, Machine oil. 54-D. R. Graham ftmJt', :]!
9-No marks. Perry Fla., 1 case show case. ..i
foreign policy will be strongly proclaimed
I drugs.
55-Gibbs Machinery
and pledged. 10-No marks. Perry. Fla.. 1 trunk. .,,1
Fla.. 3 barrels
COMMITTEEMANDAHLMAN na
M R. HOKE SMITH:: A D PARTYOF
No overtures of any sort is to be 11-No marks Perry. Fla., 1 box. 56-Mrs. P. Hearr. ,M m ?R 1
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GIVE .BRYAV.3VIEWS : GDOUGLVNS MAKING .1 12-No Fla. .
marks. Perry 1 sign.
child's bed.
made to the Populists, beyond a general -
FOR PLATFORM (. EFFORT 13-No marks. Perry Fla.. 1 roll 57-Jesse Hart. 'WI1ma
invitation directed to all classes I :
papei. __
pkg. 10 cads tobacee-;
J to join forces with the Democratic II I 14Xomarks.. Perry* Fla., 3 bedsprings 58-Hodge .& Collins. ,
party in an effort to enforce the prin- II 2 bdU bed rails. 1 bedspring I. 9 ,cases medicine. .J

TARIFF TAX IS PROMINENT ciples proclaimed and demanded in 1 I CAN DO UTUE IN GERMANY slats 3. foot 2 bdl.boards.bed ends 1 bdl. j|I 159-J 100. E. Hamilton_.,- .If
headings .
the Democratic faith.
1 15-No marks. Perry Fla., 1 bed 60-H. D. He kk. peril fi
end. 1 foot board 1 bdl rails. rolls paper. _T
Robert E. Lee Ballentine the 8- 16-No marks. Perry Fla.. 2 bdl. 161-(H). Perry. Fla. 1 cup?
Railroad Ownership Plank Will Be Think Chances Bright to Get Immi- bedlng. I I
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moths old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. 62-(H). Perry FU. 1 h
Conspicuous By Its.\ -Development grants fromustria'and if angary 17-No marks. Perry Fla., 1 box'' 1917. *.JI'
Ballentine of this city died on Fri-
of River Navigation -Ste zner Line for Immigrants cocoa. 63-Interstate Lumber OXA?
day night and was buried Saturday 18-No marks, Perry Fla., 1 box. I'I Fla.. Slog cart rlmiJ
afternoon the funeral taking place 19-No mark. Perry. Fla.. 1 sewing1table. 64-C. C. Johnson, Perry.
from the residence Rev. E. W. Way I j I boxes syrup. _
ft Cticago. April 20.-A dispatch to; officiating. The child was taken iiion I Berlin, April 22.Hoke'Smith., 20-cider.No mark. Perry Fla., 2 barrels'I[ 65-Jas. Johnson Hayot J'It!;

The Record-Herald from Omaha governor-elect of Georgia; William 21 I, spring. :|
the train on the way home from -No mark Perry Fla., 1 chest.
66
-J. R. & Son.
: Neb., eays: The Democratic platformof Live Oak and was sick for only two W. Williamson president of the 22-No marks. Perry. Fla., 1 box. I 1 box.Kelly
> 1908. if W. J. Bryan" controls the days. Mrs. Estelle Rogers had I'I Savannah Chamber of Commerce 23-No marks. Perry Fla.. 1 bundle 67-E. C. Mead Mayo I11jJ\
convention will not demand absolute sifters. I
charge of the funeral arrangements.The and G. Gunby Jordan president of Zf-N. marks. I catalogues.
Perry. Fla.
government ownership of rail 1 barrel 68-E. D. Meltons.,,
the Immigration Association of Georgia -
bereaved family have the sympa- vinegar. i
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-, roads. This was authoritative announced thy of the people of this community. tare arrived here. 25-No marks.. Perry. Fla.. 1 l box I'. 69-case A. B.dry McRae goods.pe1T1 T1 j'
E yesterday by :James C. Dahl- Fernandina Record. They are visiting Germany in orderto candy. I t buggy.
t : man. national committeeman from study the emigration question 26 1-\0-No marks;..'Perry, Fla,,1,can. ((70 t --W. F. Mansfield. ,
marks Perry. Fla/l: box. I
Nebraska. I, 2 barrels
with the view of the
ti. v development of 28 No
The members of the executive marks.
Perry Fla., 1 bundle i 1 *
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11-1\1. B., Perry. Fla1 !.
The statement is in the nature oas L committee of the Florida Educational I the resources of Georgia and other Bhingles. i 72-C, Mulberry. Perry.,11i '
official announcement for the rea Association, which was in session South Atlantic States. At Bremen 29-No marks Perry Fla., 1 bundle i I,i I fire arms. .

son that Mr. Dahlman is in close here Saturday, were treated to I they tried to induce the North Ger- 30-(Billets No marks., 1 tea Perry, kettle.Fla., 3 fire :I 73-S. H. Peacock Ptrr1:

touch with Mr. Bryan. Fr6m the same automobile rides over the city and man Lloyd Company to establish a screens. pieces pipe. ..j
'! 74-(P), Perry Fhu Uar..i
source it is stated that tariff re _ormwill to Suwannee Springs in the afternoon I direct emigrant line to Savannah and 31-No marks. Perry, Fla., 1 ,rocking 75-Powell McLain eo.".
chair.
again. become a dominant feature after their work of arranging the Charleston and met with encourage* 3-No 1 box.'ISPerry.
of the, platform. While Mr. program bad been completed. They I I ment. snuff.marks Pery, Fla., 1 pall Novelty Co. h

Dahlman was not able to go into were delighted with the trip, and one Mr. Smith and his associates will 33-1. T. Boatwright, Perry Fla.6 ., 77 1 box parts. rerr -
-D. S. Register
minute"detalltlobe says the prominent of them was heard to remark that ;, start for Vienna tomorrow. They be- : \ tin an.. cases hats. ;

planks in Mr. Bryan's platform will Lieu Oak was the most progressive !, lieve that the outlook for increasing 34-k-bundle T_ Boatwright Perry Fla.. 1 78-R. H. Co., Perry,F'-:t..

concern trusts, the tariff state regulation and up-to-date little city in the ;; the emigration of some of-the Aust 35L. T. Boatwright wall paper. 79-Jas. Roberta, )(&10. f.'
Perry, Fla.
and money the railroad owner South, and the people were of the '''rian-Hungarian races to fife South _. >cad tobacco. 1 books.

_, ;R ship plank! of course being conspicuous -I kind that made a visit to Live Oak aj t Atlantic states is better than the prospects 36 J. L. Battle Perry Fla.. 1 box 80-M.1 bundle J. Strickland.bedding.U** *.

by its absence.Constitutional pleasure long to be remembered. I,I tot inducing Germans to got 37"merchandise.P. Croft 81-0. A. Tucker: Perry.P8 -
Live
Oak
guarantees will havea ; i t i there Just now. i \ trunk. Fla., 1 -W.'iW. Tyson penT ;
strong'indorsement and the I j Executes Notice. 38-Susan Croft. drugs. J
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acceptance Fla.. 1 box
'I I FLORID RAILWAY COMPANY. 8S-ij; W, Whltfield. f
i of I I earthenware. <
campaign contributions from I. Legatees, dlstricutees, creditors .39-P. show case.
trusts and large corporations will re- {and all other persons having claims' Sale of Unclaimed Freight. a 'matter.DI| Cone Mayo Fla., 1 box 84-Mrs. O. Walker

1, ceive"severe, condemnation. The plat I or demands against the estate of L. <+ Live Oak, Fla. April 1, 1907 40-Collins & James, Perry Fla., 10 barrel crockery: .
form will define the necessary for K. Klmmerlin, deceased, late of Su By direction of the Freight Claim rolls wire fence. 85-W. A. Williams P 4
Agent, I will sell at public action 41-Collins & case malt.
proper; use of contributed on James. Perry Fla.. 1
money for wannee County Florida will presentthe 86-B. J. Williams. Pet
Saturday, May 4. 1907, at freight top buggy. ..
: e running capnpaigns.r same to me duly proven, withinone depot at Live Oak, Fla. for freightand 42-Collins & James. Perry. Fla.. 3 iron' pulleys.
Usurpation of power by the presi year from the first insertion of other charges the following unclaimed barrels lamp goods. .87-: L. White. Maya
i dent also will be made a strong pointand this notice or this notice will be and refused! articles of 43-Collins & James. Perry. Fla. 2 88 paper bags. Iu,";
freight Sale will commence boxes earthenware. -Levy Williams.
it promptly .
the convention pleaded in bar of allowance of the
will be asked to at 9 o'clock a. m. Terms cash. 4 4-Collins & James. Perry. Fla. trunk.
rr declare. that President Roosevelt In eame out of the funds of said estate, W S, HARRIS. barrels glassware. 1 case glass-. 2 :ADMINISTR.ITOR'S<

! this respect as well as in the matter r W. J. WILLIAMS.. General Freight Agent. ware. I Notice glte9.rS
Is hereby
! ': of accepting or approving campaign Executor of hte last Will and Testament Consignee. 4S-J.keg O.ink.46Caswell Culpeper. Perry Fla. 1 : tees. Dlatrlbu'tees. Credo
contributions, has overstepped the of L. K. Kimmerlln i 1-J. P. Abbott, Mayo. Fla.. 1 bdl. ; da1JI
it' true Democratic II Ii i rockers. 1 center table. I & Beatty. Perry. Fla.. other persons having
principles. barrel ,
notions. EIWrl
!12-J. P. Abbott Mayo Fla., 1 box mands against the
it'. Government economics will receive LOST. !j marble. 47-box Lewis Chawning, Perry. Fla., 1 Cannon late of SU1l'aiI'

: tbe usual attention and a halt will be Between the residence of Mr. A. D. j} 3-No marks, Mayo, Fla., 1 pack- 48-1Iollle earthenware.DaTis. Florida now deceased; '
t demanded In naval circles. It will small age bags. Perry Fla- 1 barrel -
Hemming and postofflce, a the
crockery. said demna'boz.
j claim
f: *-No marks. Mayo. Fla. or
: declared I 2 rolls
thatthe
, be 49-0. B.
vast-sums spent brown. purse containing $1.75 and i paper. Dixon Mayo Fla., 1 proven within two 7 :.
+tii r on armament may be much betteremployed small ring, set with three emeralds. 5-\Vm. .All n. Perry. Fla"12 bdls.. 50-E9690U.6 pails a food.. publication of this not. (

f.f. 1-. In Irrigating the plains of Finder will please return same to the j j I chairs. : Si .. f'nasnelware.Perry Fla.. 1 box will be plead In barJESSE of .,;

II; the frees. Development of river office of Roberson & Small, and recelveTeward. i 6Geo. Arrington Perry; Fla.. 1 5-'T.: J.. Faulkner )t
'" -H- I box pictures. Perry ,FIa.bundle. ., 1
r :
na-Yigation is to be Indorsed.: .. ANNIE WALKER. 'l-Xo marks Perry Fla.. 1 mar D S"-iF. rope. -. Administrator of EaIatt*j
Fender Flal.
Perry. i box. Cannot with Wll1C anawt \

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