Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00060
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L Hudson HAS Introduced a Twelve Firemen Injured-Two May j

ffiffl of$100,000 for Extentton of DIe-FIre: Engines Overturned and. ;

; State Cajttol Building Were Completely Wrecked

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: April 24. Both I' H nN1t N I New York', April 23.-Four men s
Tallahassee, passed under sus- I were burned to death, 250 horses killed '
.BaBel yesterday '
..esslon of rules, Mr. Dorman's bill twelve firemen .injured, two of
Editing the $200,000 bond issued I i them seriously, two engines overturned j

j the city of Live Oak. Mr. Adams I and wrecked by colllssions j
) measure. In the sen- I with street. cars, several thrilling
:rPloned.the I rescues from burning buildings and

I : property loss of UOO,OOo-th t Js
Trammels : *.- the story of the fire departmentfor

the five hours following last midnight -
reports from certain state officials I
; governor's veto, and killed Six different fires on the upper
jrcr: : 4L' East Side in Broadway, on the;
for %
!fc, pm'8 bill providing a com- I'I
middle East Side and a big stable fire

!-! at Christopher and Barrow streets -

( ; kept the firemen constantly at work.
l.I Senator Hudson. introduced a IcIflAt
Appropriating $100,000 for the pro- The ,dead are four Italians whose ;

j08ed capital extension. bodies, burned beyond recognition,

{Hz. Sams in the senate, and Mr. were found In the ruins of the burned

Peril In the house introduced simajtaneously -' stables. The fire was In the Dispatch -

a number of bills relat- stables, 4n the block between 1

.cg to the maintenance of ferry boats, Christopher,',. Barrow, West and
ad authorizing counties and munitfptHUes Washington streets. It was here

to build 'and maintain that the .250 horses perished. The

[IIlI dles.. Senator Adams' bill passed ; money loss in the stable fire is placedat

*.upper house, regulating to the inection c. $100,000.

and analysis of commercial l ..ar +f .i l c ci serious; fire started ,in the

feeding Btuffs. Another bill passed *' Madison laundry in the East Seventy-

Fit)'[f. Crane's bill, authorizing i I f 1110 t ( 4' 1 i i t it third street, and swept up throughthe
.maty eommisioners to grant frai ".xMKS five-story building, several of the

to street railways for the user I -MscauUy in New York World. upper floors in which were occupiedas

.:tSe.public roads, and: confirming --- -. .- '- --.-" tenements. It was while 'on the...

puts, already made. COTTOJf WARRANT EXCHANGE FIRE IN PERRY. JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. way to this, fire that the fire engines

:* I were wrecked. The drivers of both
If .In the House; '
Warehouses to be Built Throughout Home. of G. A. Collins Was" Totally" ,President Will Leave WashingtonThursday engines were Injured. The families
ttr McKenzie, Introduced a'concur- the ouJi.Birmingham. Destroy* I Afternoon. in the upper part of the building were

Ht- reflation providing that the In- Ala., April 23.-At Perry, April 23.'-. The residence of I I I Washington, April 23.-President cut off from escape'by the stairways:

'al Improvement Fund investigatHeommltteeThold the-conference held here today to dis- Mr. G. A. Collins on West Green Roosevelt will leave. e navy yardat but were rescued by firemen. Loss,

..open, .sessions, cuss plans for the establishment of a street, was found to be on fire about I[ 2:30 p. m., Thursday on the yacht! $%0,000. '. .

rtfeh vent,over.under the rules until cotton warehouse exchange the project 4 o'clock this morning. On account I I Mayflower, for the Jamestown expos 1I It was in a'high-building in'Woosi i

Wv.Mr.. was placed firmly on its feet by of the stiff breeze, the,flames.spread tion. Accompanying him will be ter street that most of the 'firenien i

Dudley introduced a billseapting the liberal '!subscriptions to the proposed rapidly and before' the, fire company ,I Secretary Loeb, several of the presli were injured. The firemen had ', "
physicians, surgeons andfeasts organization. could reach* the' scene: the buildingwas i dent's children and perhaps some other dragged the hose up the stairs to

from occupation tax licences.He Prominent cotton men were pres- in a bright blaze, making, the guests. The review of the American fight a stubborn blaze In the factoryof

house passed, under suspension ent from as far north as Virginia and house a 'complete loss. Only.a small I'i and foreign ships now in Chess the R. R. Frome Manufacturing \

*rates, Mr. Watson's bill validating as far south as Texas. amount of the furniture was saved. 'I peake Bay will occupy an hour on Company. The full -company had

tAe acts of Mrs. Annie K. Dear- Thepla cteonnLn.ink-.Rmfl To zy There was $500 insurance ,on .the Friday morning and the reception on reached the scene when came the
while acting as circuit clerk of the estab- house. back and the flames and
The plan contemplates board the :Mayflower by the Presidentand draught,
*de county. lishment of warehouses throughoutthe The fire is supposed toTiave startedby Mrs.: Roosevelt to the officers of choking smoke swept over-them. A

Mr. Peeple's. bill appropriating south from which warrants will an overturned lamp setting fire to the foreign men of war will begin at dozen of the men were blown down

4'OJ. a year for two years for sum- be issued on cotton stored showing clothing hanging on the wall. 9:30 a. m. on that day.: a flight of stairs. Several of them

normals was opposed by Mr.tthews I uniform classification. A cotton The Infant daughter of Mr. and were severely burned and bruised.

of Marion as special leg- I warrant exchange is to be started in Mrs McKInnon died yesterday morn- DIED OF GIIIHF FOR DOWIE. The other fires were in widely separated x.

inou, and was made a special [Birmingham upon which trading will Ing after several week's illness. The sections of the city.
*ar for Thursday.Ttr I be done on these warehose warrants. funeral, service will take place this .
New York Woman Throws Herself
house passed a bill by Mr. I Both the Southern Cotton Associa- morning. Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon Girl Can't Live on $13r 00.
From Fifth Story.
>fl Tt making the pay of members tions and the Farmer's Union were have the sympathy of the entire com- New York, April 24.-The Increased -

county school boards $4 per day, represented by prominent officers and munity in the loss of this their only New York April 23- Grieving, it cost of living in New York
4 tie senate passed a bin by Mr. members and both organizations child. is thought, because of the death of Miss
society is given as a reason why
err, making it $3 a day. heartily endorsed the movement.. I The Methodist church last week "Prophet Elijah II." Dowie Mrs. Ly-I Aletta Nathalie Bailey a 19-year-old

After a very interesting discussion, purchased of Mr. W. F. Calhoun, a dia Staley threw herself from tha girl has decided that she cannot possibly -
1 bill of Mr. DuPont for the proton PARDON FOR CURRY. residence in the northeastern part of front window of her home on the
get along on a pitance $13- E
of green turtle and logger- town to be used as a parsonage. fifth floor of an apartment house in
a year.
lids .who are found crawling upon Former Key \\.(5t City Clerk Gets Col. S. S. Sanford was in Mayo East 174th street and died later in
t beach during the months of,May, Conditional Release. ;resterday on professional business. a hosiptal from a fracture of the Her attorney applied today for an
"' immediate Increase of her income to
-tI1e. July and August, was passed. Talahassee. April 23.-The state skull.- t
*- *lone was its chief antagonist. board of pardons yesterday granteda I CAUGHT AT LIVE OAK. : The Staleys were leading members $18,500.
fe Dorman's resolution calling for conditional pardon to Joseph H; I of the Dowie cult in this city. Duringall i. .When Miss Bailey is 21 years of k
Ututional convention was made Curry of Key West who was convicted -: Lizzie Bolden Wanted for Killing of the .roubles of the prophet and' age her Income ,will be $36,500 a

JJ1*! order for Friday morning. In 1906 of uttering forged Instru-: Kate Brown. even after he had been disposed, the year.

n.' bucket shop bill of Mr. Knight ments and sentenced to serve three I (Times-Union, April 24.) Stale>s remained faithful to their In the meantime however, she t

I Columbia; the special order forsteray years in the state prison. The board alias Lizzie Richard, leader. finds herself in much the same fix as #
was amended slightly and was influenced to grant this pardonby Lizzie Bolden. Burnett Tiffany, who said he simply
Lizzie y
4 on to third reading. the senator' alias Lizzie Powell alias CONCERT AT AUDITORIUM.Be couldn't live in Gotham on less than i
petition signed
a who shot and killed
TIle White, the negress it
house passed Mr. Watson's billJWK and representatives of Monroe coun- $50,000 annually
Kate Brown at Phillip's turpentine I S
Be Given Next Tuesday Sight
a license of $10 for and city
a year ty, together with the county side of the !
fishermen and $300 a year officials, prosecuting attorney and a still, on the south for the. Benefit of the library THE PRIMARY ELECTION BILL
river February 11, was capturedat S i
rash dealers on Association.Next KILLED.
who are non-residents. large number of citizens of Key West.
Live Oak yesterday
Curry was city clerk of Key Westat Tuesday night at the Audi- 1
Tht house also/passed the bill of the time the crime was committed.and Sheriff Bowden received arrest a telegram and torim, a concert will be given for the Hot Discussion in the Senate on the

r 13abgett. Escambia,- making a announcing the woman's send benefit of the Live Oak Library Association Franchise Tax BilL

ph company liable for refusal friends could force a contest in made arrangements at once to Mrs. Julian Efird will Tallahassee April 24-3 p. m.-
for her.
l.eeeire telegrams properly offered the courts which the poorer candidate an officer to Live Oak have the program in charge, which Watson's primary election bill was '

L met a long debate and numerous could nbt make bond for and that in The negroes were having a, dance will insure a very fine entertainmentand killed in the House this morning The

U had been voted down.' many cases such suits could go by and frolic at the still on the night Bolden of a full house There will be 25 final vote was 29 to '27. Motion for

f house adjourned during a dis- default. He considered the old con- February llth, hen Lizzie : of our Live Oak citizens who will take reconsideration will be made when a r
Of the vention preferable to.the and Kate Brown got Into difficulty concert. Every one be
W"ataon primary bill. system Lizzie Bolden part in the lively fight will be made upon this
t .* being a motion by' Mr. primary if this provision became a about a negro man. on the qui vive for Tuesday night. measure ,: '

aer\y to: ,strike out the provision law. The house, having gone nearly secured a revolver and killed Kate In the Senate today the Trammell

.. .. .tor. the carrying of elect half an hour beyond the hour for ad- Brown, then skipped out for parts unknown Death at Lake City. franchise tax bill has been; up' and*'

t' coatestq into the courts, on the journment, adjourned before a vote Mr. Vanzant, one of the old and there was an extended discussion upon

'- to the, snit giving1 bond ,to was taken on the amendment. respected citizens of Lake It. Special order was made for
aos Dry Side011.. highly
h1 he' amendment "wasewrtsdhy after illness this bill on Monday, but aftera
Live bah. Roanoke Va., April 23_Ina local City died last night an "
= trains over
Mr. Reese who SUNDAY hours. Mr. Vanzant strong fight this was 'reconsidered-
held today at Radford.Va of.onlpr! a "
election :
ethe Park leaves option .
; original Perry & Gulf to Dowling ,,
measure : well and'favorably known all and.the.bill returned to the committee -
was has
ticket by a ma-
*4eaOmpofeslble: < -8.:00 ant 1:30 p. m.. returning .. the "dry" '
at m, ,
for a poor u through this section of Florida, and on, corporations'with request -_
b votes. The cam-
; ;!ro et bis iJihi. and that at ,..5:50 .p.. in-.. 50, cents jority of had the been 153 warm one.. his death will be sad news. to report next:Wednesday.:, .. '. '. ';
paingn .r.'
with the most money. round trip. / -_

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-"Pneumonia's, Deadly Work Just Because ORDINANCE No. 56. to the northern bounadry of Wilbur PROFESSIQSALCS.3BOWK.
your cough is only In the throat an4! J An Ordinance to amend Sections street, aa It now stands, running at t
has so seriously affected my right right angles to said Ohio avenue IOU
I does not trouble .you now, don't 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the feet to White street In White's Addition .
lung, writes Mrs. Fannie Connor that If atentlon. Whenit City of Live Oak Florida being an
think needs In said City of Live Oak Florida
of Rural Route 1 Georgetown, Tenn.. Ordinance entitled 'An ordinance to &
I b&J'ot! had ranclr ofa staj$'I,. the excepting therefrom three feet gROWN 'tI(
"that I coughed continuously''night'! slightest prohibit.the running at large on the across the northern tide of the
time to check It. The / streets of of Live Oak, of
the City
Parshley family burial grounds,
and day and the neighbors' predIc- :
inevitable -, cough easily leads to Pneumonia, horses, mules, hogs and goats, and which is Included In said description I'HYsICIA
Uonconsumptlonseemed Bronchitis and Consumption.. >A bot- to provide for the Impounding and and within the iron fence Inclosingsaid &
until my husband brought homer disposing of the same" passed
tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will burial groundLSection
a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery September 30th, 1903, and approved II. That condemnation oAZ. : : ,\_
The it : -
cure that cough. price puts
which in my case proved to be the I' October 6th. 1903. proceedings shall be Instituted In the
within reach of alL Sold by Suwannee Be it ordained by the Mayor and DR.: JTlfPhysician
only -real cough cure and restorer of name of the City of Live Oak, In accordance .
Drug Co. dw* City Council of the City' of Lire Oak, with the provisions of the :)_
all other "
weak lungs'Vhen
sore Florida: Statutes In such case made and and
remedies utterly fail, you may still able publications of its kind publish- Section la. That Section I, Section for the -purpose of carryingout _
win In the battle against lung and'I eded in the United States. It is 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. the provisions of Section 1 of Office: Carroll Bafldicj "a'

printed on heavy book paper and contains 16 of the City of Live Oak, this Ordinance. Residency
throat troubles ,with New Discovery, at EtiJATTORNEY&COUSSZLOlf
is publishedon
thirty-four pages, Florida, being an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance
the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar of each month. Each and N
the 25th
"An ordinance to prohibit the running shall take effect upon its passage by q 14alte.ideaa ,.
clay & Groover druggists. 50c and every department Is in charge of an at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the ,xo..n err yR'

$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw. I expert. No one who has a horse, cat- City of Live Oak of horses, mules, Mayor, or upon its becoming an Draa Stan f iRelqM ,

tle or live stock should be without hogs and goats, and to provide for ordinance without the approval of the E. '
I this publication. the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. BROO

WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM a handsome same," approved October 6, 1903 be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion I

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

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

Centa WIll Do, contains many handsome half-tone 11- "Section 1. Horses, mules, hogs on this 8th day of April A. D. 1907,
anda lustrations. It is a publication thatis and goats'shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN, UVE OAI. : -
This paper, at quite an expense -
great deal of work, has arranged a edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell, at large upon any of the streets, alleys President City Council. Will Practice Ia aD tM--.ttIlitL'-'
writers In this lanes or unenclosed property of fat atteatien si.
well-known one of the best-known Attest: !!II ydo
Club offer of fourteen the City of Live Oak and that cows MAYS [Rests.Etc. AII b..i_ 4c
Papers and Magazines, including the country. No publication its class S. P. City Clerk.I ta ,
shall not be allowed
to at
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It run large S. P. Hays City Clerk of the Nets PhucStQa
has been published at Chicago, III., upon, any'of the streets, lanes or 41"':
only $5.75. Realizing that we could City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby
largely increase our circulation, we for seven years. public highways of the said City, or certify that the above and foregoing D"IXO Jj
unenclosed within
premises Lebi.
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 ,, ?
and Magazines that by the City Council on the 8th day '!>I
Papers compose large, handsome publication which of Live Oak, Florida to-wit:
this Club. The Daily Democrat does, has been running a great many yearsin Beginnig at a point where Irvin of.April, A. D. 1907, and the same DENTIST =

not make a cent out of this offer. Cincinnati, O., and contains various and First streets intersects, and Is hereby certified to the Mayor .tor 3JjOBTODONTIA
In fact we lose money, but. by increasing departments in regard to every ning south to where Irvin and Car- his approval. ,.fCto-wiTi'la'*!
our circulation we can secure Witness hand and seal of said
part of the farm aid also has many my
roll streets Intersect thense east to WORK.
more advertising and also get a bet- well-known writers in charge of Houston street, thence, south along City. this 8th day of April, A. D. :.Sracutta k

ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the 1907.
Houston street John
to street thence
fore made an offer that equals ours. (Seal. S. P. MAYS, T.
home and also matter that Is interesting east on John street to Church street, J. LYI r 5
Every paper goes to you.for one full and of value to every memberof thence south on Church street to City Clerk. .
year. All are well known and long the family.SOUTHERN. poration line, thence east cor- Examined and approved by me PracticalWATCHMAKER :
established and worth many times the on corpora- this 9th day of April, A. D. 1907.
tion line to White street thence
price we ask. They are from theY POULTRY FANCIER. M. E. BROOME Mayor.Mr. AND n35year'
South North East and West. Their This magazine is devoted to poultryand north on White street to Howard
all of its departments, and is street, thence east on Howard.streetto ecperiaaf
the Live
Oak combined Daily Democrat, including is over $13.00.We published at Atlanta, Ga. Each issue a point opposite Georgia avenue, S. L Bowen, of Wayne "W Good stock of Watcheu1I11Iai!

are only able to make this offer contains from 40 to 50 pages, printedin thence north to and along Georgia Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from .

for a very short time, and it will positively magazine form on heavy book paper avenue to the northeast corner of Kidney disease, so that at times I '
Anyone that has chickens, pig- Bryson street and Georgia avenue, L.E.ROBEMOM.
be withdrawn soon. If you could not get out of bed and whenI .a yROBEO
eons, pet stock, turkeys geese, ducks thence due north'along section line
want the best bargain ever offered
to a point did, I could not stand straight. I & S.la
will but make opposite Fifth
t order the Club now.. Do not etc., not only save street
you wait, for you'may nesitate too long.If money by having this well-known thence west to and along Fifth street took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol-

you are already subscriber to any magazine before them. If anyone to Atlantic Coast Line railroad, lar bottle and part of the second !

.or all of the papers in the,Club, your, takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney ATTORNEYS -:.AT:
time will be extended from say that it is one ef the best of its Coast Line railroad to First street, :,,-
kind and is handsome readableand thence west along First Cure works wonders where others Will do general
a date of your order. Probably you do as street to practice is gam>
J not care to have all of the Papers and valuable a poultry paper as is point of beginning." are total failures. City Phar- Federal Court*,

sent to address. If published, we will send same to them Section II. It shall be the duty macy. dw
Magazines < your ROOMS 1 a ,
AK D lVr-3-nat
of Las
the fe
Club and have three months as an absolute present. City Marshal or" any deputy I
= not you.can split.the Marshal or policeman of the said CLERK AND INSPECTORS. "hon No.aLIVE .:
them sent ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis OAK ;
City to take : me;,
addresses, or two or more parties can published In Boston and no matter In possession of and place Live Oak. Fla.. April 11, 1907.

I come"In together and divide the Club what price is paid for a similar publication a pound ,to ,be provided for that The Board of County Commissioners
purpose horse
among themselves. On acount of the no one will be able to securea any mule hog or goat iOLEnJb1Y-
found by him of Suwannee County Florida at
or them ,
l that will be able to running at
time we
limited publication at the same Nice which
; make this wonderful offer we will be will equal this one. It is published in large upon any of the streets, alleys a meeting called for and held on said Car* Cefrisi tisvsats..
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and child- or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commissioners -

anyone. We take pleasure in giving ren and it is worth many times the take within said City, and likewise W. A. Tison M. L. Burnett w
-), a short sketch of each paper in the price that is asked for the entire possession of and place in said '
'Club. Club. pound any cow found by him or them and J. H. Grant, appointed the fol- Chamberlaii1!

JOURNAL of running at large on any of the streets, lowing named persons Inspectors and
THE PLANTERS COL(;)( MAGAZINE: is published alleys, lanes' public highways
j Tenn. is in its seventeenthyear. or Clerks of an election to be held In
Memphis ,
in New York In magazine form other unenclosed property of said Colic Cholera & Dante
It is published monthly, on the said County on May 2, 1907. 9
and is pne of the most readable City of Live;pak within the bound-
v 15th of each month. Colonel Hugh magazines of its kind ever producedby aries prescribed in Section I hereof." District No.H.-W. T. McCullers :

fi t- L. Bedferd. its editor, is one of the any publisher. It is full of Inter "Section VII. For catching and J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Ke ady, In- Almost every fomSrlairi,
in the
( best-known agricultural writers and impounding of reliable remedy far eii
esting matter contains articles stock under this ordinance a
,. United States. He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal shall be en- spectors; A. J. Williams, Clerk. diarrhea at some toe d:sifyear.

z 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., i.p|

large cotton plantation in Mississippi This magazine will please all, no mat For catching and impounding horses R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson, In-
This reazBeslby
-r and an orange and fruit farm in ter bow critical in to mules and remedy is
they are regard cows fifty cents per head, spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk.
Florida. He is ably assisted by a dealers who Lay idfH
what they read. goats thirty cents head,
per hogs one -"Will
District No. 3.
large number of department editors, McLeod G.
dollar head. and knowing
per Forfeeding and many yean
writers and correspondents. THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This W4 Goff and A. M.
tj special taking care of such Moseley, inspec- thoact
stock while in It has received
The Journal makes a specialty of Its well-known magazine, which is pub- pound for horses, mules tors; W. D. Whatley Clerk. .
Cotton, Manufacturing, Lumber and lished in Philadelphia, is not only one and cows he testimonials from grateful wt,
Industrial Departments in additionto of the most successful of its kind shall head each receive for forty cents per day per District No. 4.-IA C. Young J. H. i It has been presoJWljp
but without doubt of the most hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George
one Gamble
having full and complete departments per day bead each Inspectors sicians with the most
per for
; advertis-
; of the Home, Garden, Fruit, carefully edited papers in the United ing and selling such ; Ed. McLeod "Clerk. results. 1
animals he ,
t# Farm, Poultry, Cattle, Live Stock States. Any farmer, planter, or, in shall District No.
receive the.. sum of 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T. saved Btfe
fifty It has often
cents for ,
Iy etc. It is very readable and full of fact, anyone who has fruits, flowers, horses --'
Ft bright snappy news and contains 32 vegetables, live stock and poultry, for mules or cows per head, and L. Dorsett and W. M. George, Inspectors medicine could have beet

will find that the Practical Farmer hogs or goats the sum of twenty- ; B. E. Martin, Clerk. physician ;
i- pages. five or a R
cents per head each. The
THE AMERICAN FARMER, of In- will save them during tbe year many "hog" under this ordinance shall word be District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome, S, It only costs a (parts. &
times the price that they for the
Ind. has been published pay taken G. Godbold and nail
dianapolis. entire Club. to include "pigs. Henry Holzclaw Inspectors you afford to ristw

twenty-one years and is ably edited Section Ha. That this Ordinanceshall ; J. H. Newsome, Clerk. little? BUY IT NOW. j
I by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue TilE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEis take effect Immediately I District
upon 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 ap- ,
well-known writer. It is published zine form and contains from 30 to 60 proval by the' Mayor as to mules, Hurst and B. M. Holland Inspectors;

monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis pages each Issue. This well-known horses, goats and hogs, but shall not A. J. Bass, Clerk.

no better paper for the home and publication contains many interesting go Into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-O. H. Dorman, J. THOMPSON & W

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

tion. able articles, which are prepared by Passed by City Council in regular J. H. Inspectors; Drays .and Delivery i.

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

s- at Des Moines, Ia., and has been ment is fully covered by experts In I 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, District No. 9.-S. W. Gary, W. R. Furniture moving and b

long established. Each issue contains I this publication. One of the most in- President City Council. More atm Calvin Sistrunk, Inspectors; Hauling Speciatie-i

r from 50 to 60 pages, and it is one teresting departments is that conducted Attest: Stewart Smith, Clerk.
of the handsomest and most complete by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. STOVE WOO

publications of its kind in the world. I the head of "For the Little Fellows" I, S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the District No. 10.-A. H. Hall L.

Every department of the farm and and another is "Chats With Mothers." City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby A. Leggett and J. F. Williams, In- Any-length delivered to i?

r.r home Is fully represented in this pa I Another" is "Decoration of Your certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. L. Sealey Clerk. GiveI I I8usines.

". per, and each of these departments i Home, and another valuable department Ordinance No. 56 was regularly passed District of city, promptly.

is in charge of an expert. It Is a very I under the head of "Embroid- by the City Council on the 8th day No. ll.-S. Phillips, H. Phonei

t handsome publication and is a monthly I cry," also a department" of "Amusing of April A. D. 190, and the same C. Kight and A. M. Lewis Inspectors .

1 published on book paper. :I the Children, and another one under is hereby certified to the Mayor for T. A. Mlkell. Clerk. e
the head of "Home and How to his approval.

:ti t GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER, of Really Make it Home," and another Witness my hand and seal of said District No. 12.-S. D. Huggins, J H. J. MOBBSContractor

Rochester N. Y., has been published I' department under the head of "Our City. this 8th day of April, A D. D. Goss aid J. J. Holmes, Inspectors;
f for twenty-seven years, and is editedby Beauty Doctor." There are many J. H. Anderson, Clerk. and

: Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said other interesting articles in this pub- 1907.Seal) District
; S. P. No
i it; to be the best-known writer of this l.cation which space alone forbids us MAYS, 13.-H. E. Delegal W. Apply for plans,.es&*.,

I kind in the world. He is ably assisted to mention. Any subscriber to this Examined and approved City CI rk. J. Reynolds and A. C. Johnson. Inspectors and specificatio*;

;: by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as Clubb will after reading this paper, this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907 by me ; J. J. Corbett Clerk.

:, sistant editor. These two well-known we believe, renew their subscription M. E. BROOMS Mayor District No. 14.-T. C William, Office on Ohio Ave..A. "i L.

J gentlemen also have a large numberof for same from year to year withoutany I.. B. Davis and T o Hnti t.. ___
department editors and special solicitation upon the part of any- -- -- -- a.u t A UOJ/Tsf"*

V writers. This magazine alone is one. ORDINANCE NO. 57. \ tors; W. L. Mclnnls, Clerk

worth the price that ask for the District No. 15. T. fleaWBromO"Pe
we J. Lanier J. The Great
L All of the above Magazines and An Ordinance providing for the ,
: entire Club. la its class, no paper A. Gilby and J. J. Collins
contain stories and Inspectors
: Papers reading establishing, opening and ;
In this country with it. extending.
; compares. matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City of Live I A. L. Burton, Clerk |

;:' MODERN STORIES of New York, the family, from the smallest babyto Oak. Florida, from the east side of'' District No. 16.-E. K. Goff A.
'' is a handsome and well known publication the oldest member. Every department Ohio avenue eastward to White Futch and D. 'VV. Inspectors-
;: which is published monthly of the home, farm and business street in White's Addition to said J. C. Harrell Note the Word Peace
tit and is equal to any of the well known are fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and thirty-two Brock Clerk. .

't monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pic- U032) feet, said street to be fifty District No. 17.-J. S. Parker T. HOn

;1 worth the entire price of the Club. tures and Illustrations in these pub- ( SO) feet In width.Be W. Scott and \V. H. Johnson, Insp cl CURES acl

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

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

t.i.. SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is publIshed be able to offer to its patrons a Clubof Section 1. That Wilbur street In prepare the official ballot to be votedat Ho 'Opiates.ttsolift

": this kind, composed of such repre- the City of Live Oak Florida, as it said special election to be
at St. Louis, )to., on tbe first held In
sentative Papers and Magazines and now stands be All ,. 1k-Si"!
opened!extended and this County Dragf
, each month and contains from 60 to on May 2nd, 1907
to and 0Y-
can bay one established
we every from the
eastern side of for S*l-
70 It is one of the best-known Place thereon the
., pages. that our offer is worth many times Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet names of all quali-

> magazines published and is in its the price of C5.75. and no one will in width, at right angles with said fied electors, who, by reason of petition The City 1 Ph .
fifth It is handsomely gottenup ,
year. make a listake in taking advantage Ohio
< avenue eastward to White street I. or certificate are entitled to >
and contains interesting have
.. of same. In White's Addilton to the 'said their |
articles full of valuable Informationfor City names printed,tbereon.
L ,
We call your attention to the advertisement of Live Oak. the northern _
every member of the family and boundary The Board adjourned to 4123trwivi.RHIYSl.
the Club elsewhereIn of which said extension shall be meet April
will please all.HLOODEB this edition. You will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio 26th. 1907.

STOCK MAGAZINE Is detailed information in regard to the avenue frem a poinUon the eastern W. A. TISON, Chairman.

one of the handsomest and most read- Club. side of Ohip avenue directly opposite J. W. BRYSON Clerk. 1

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in the United States and the UIVEOflK\ DfUL\ DEMOGRflT\ \ .- .
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ONE, rULL i YEAR ONLY FOR $5.75 i: Contractors and NOTICETo Prospective Builders:


At a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation and -Give Our will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand.

Subscribers the Best of Everything, we Have Made Arrange- Plaster, Laths and-all kinds of Brick.. (

ments to Offer Them the OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask'for pricey

'Greatest Clubbing Otter Ever Presented bu a Paper The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I II

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The season Is at hand for subscribing for your newspapers and magazines for the new year. Thisis
the age of popular enlightenment through the products 8f the printing press. The family which is
supplied with an abundance of good clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the processof
self-education. The man woman or child who is reading good newspapers and magazines is going to
Live Oak & Commission
school as truly as if enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundanceof Brokerage Co.
reading matter always at hand to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incidentto
childhood. To supply the universal' American demand for high-class periodical literature we have "
arranged with the several publishers interested whereby we can offer you

Seventeen Great Papers and Magazinesor! th6 Price ol only $5.75 Flour Cigars I

Sno' flake, Comet, Oblisk Anita Fernandez ,

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

Planters Journal, Memphis, T enn. Southwest Magazine, St. Louis, Mo. bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL

American Farmer,Indianapolis, Ind. Blooded Stock, Oxford, Pa.
make, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this
o Successful Farming,.Des Moines, la. Housekeepers Magazine, Minneapolis.
brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new
Maxwell's TaIismanMagazineChicago The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland.The .. ,

Farm Monsy Maker, Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston man. i
Green's Fruit Grower, Rochester N. Y. Home Queen Magazine, New York
Chewing Gum Coffee
Modern Stories Magazine, New York Practical Farmer, Philadelphia I

Southern Poultry Fancier,Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul Taffy Toln Globe, Imperial

Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.In i

SEVENTEEN Great Weeklies and Monthlies=Combined Price over $13.50.. .

'fhis: Offer is Good Only For a Very Short Time Your Laundry Work
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Ifyou are already a subscriber to .any ,or all .

of these papers your time will be extended

one year on receipt of the Combination r

Price ,

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

Club -

If you don't want all the papers sent iito one address you can split the Cub and have
them sent to any number of different addresses. we feel sure we can give you the II ON .

Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papersin added greatest stiffness satisfaction.and a glorious There is gloss an

Jur 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 pppearance and lengthens the life Col-of
your linen. Bring your Shirts I
save. lars, Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
fancy Vests Wash Ties etc., to our I I, Come one and all and enjoy your-

I YOllMOll1ille P r h 9 is WKllOll II o om lrom I the N NoiI rI h80111h 8 [o OS1IIIId 1 W SIEvery quickly factory laundry and manner, and'you carefuly at will done a have satisfactory in a satis-them selves.wannee Music Brass furnished Band. Don't by the miss Su-

price.. hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re

: Paper Goes to You For 1 Full Year I I freshments.ED. DAVIS, Gen. JIgr.

Live Oak Steam Laundry. : B. J. MADISON President. '


on work and will guarantee satisfaction have opened up a barber shop
..., III. . . . . . II. . I . . . . . . . . . at best prices. Reference: S. oa Ohio avenue in the White buildIng -
A Hinely Live Oak. Call at Demo- and solicit the patronage of the
crat office. white people. Shop Is newly fitted
t :Five Dollars and Seventy-Five Cents up. and everything kept neat and

t V ... clean.
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.,,! -- I ec.q H a.ul c.e.Is lunj; McQueen Griffin.

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}..k '"DEIOCRAT .>.Judge-:VUUs"Browa,4udge bj the Adams> Mallery 4s *< 'st.P Mt,&

1" i'io- hblished a iy 'A-fern6on ii, Juvenile Court of -Salt Lake' 'City, thunder: now being
politicians at the'
'f ,Except Sunday. Utah, In a lecture at the \test ..Jresfeyterlan -

churda, in St. ;-L6n&$ sail dthere' ;- ; hat a blank, dull place this T
f' "
J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and.)[& & ; would be no.necessity fora Seiiat n :rrammell *
; ; his fran&tfse tax bill. some of the pleasures 'thai 4 _
,r ? juvenile court were children trustedby "*eEa,
THE LIfE OAK PDBLiSHUG COldP1X traduced in the 'work t'
parents and given more attention and worry.

f :TH'E DAILY DEMOCRAT will be in Sunday school'and church: :troduced another bill
which, If enacted Into Some
f; mailed to any part of the United This is a :question in which all opleasnrear .

l ? States, postage prepair, for $5.00t1 parents are interested, and we con- quire'payment of two ; :[

per year; $?.50 for six months; sider the words of this christian, on the gross income

t $1.25 for' three months' or 50 cents gentleman and,able Judge;:worthy'of ,cqtpor trans in their shoes-:."..,
;. for five' reeks, in advance. Delivered consideration.In :J the public in Florida! !t_
l to'any part of the city by. : much better'measure' Ply because tteyl .
part '
carrier ,for 10 ,cents per week. al'biil of the _
as many
.. "The juvenile court should not,as! 9 found Ahe tight
Lure have been .#
it is In ,many cases be a gateway to
believe if the Senator In the
t ,FOR STATE SENATOR reform school. In'-fact, there 4aQua ,..-

z" "- Sennteenth.Senatorial District. would. be no need of the juvenile he could get up a real for $ ,OO
tax there is _
r The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson I court if the proper environments and:: ,measure./ Ij

:: hereby a.uiounce his name as'a candidate I right kinds of amusements were provided l:' every foot, and as Quaker shoes
-I The effort to reduce 1r4!
for State Senator, and earnestly I and proper trust placed in,the ,
fare of Florida Specialty factory over foot
" r solicit the support of all good, true i children. Many parents> show by buncombe ra ,cosfi

Democrats at the special election to every word and action that they ,do per mile .Is I.L best and mot popular leathers 'iw"'
I more to travel in ,
be held in Suwannee ,county, on I not trust, th-eii j children, althoagl !
+" absolute them. railroads need the ; I i ; give satisfaction, which means
Hay 2nd. VOTERS. I they profess faith in .pjt
We are In favor of Uie
Trust a boy and show him that you i are made by the Goodyear
. t FOR STATE SENATOR. they spend it in i "elt
do trust him, and he will do what.lsright. .
}, I hereby announce myself as a more lines and tacks wax and thread
If he is forbidden to enter the i fonlisipAt:
candidate for the office of State Senator *bf"'thlskind ping those they now
I for the Seventeenth Senatorial pool hall and otherplace's Times. The old f that hurt, burn and blister the fe
as hem shouldvbe give him some ,
f District of Florida, and respectfully cannot afford to carry
form Vil
soft and
of amusement at home or thay are pliable.
solicit the support of the Democratic will sake ,Florida at two cents:
Christian'club that, its place
; voters of Suwanneo county. He must have his'fun. and you can'tkeep quiring the :smaller I every item summed up, you will ndfe
;, W. A. TISON., lines to do so would :
him from places where he will is the best shoe that
r of business. That's can be bought
have sinful associates unless he is b

'' AQpte on, May ,2nd. given other pleasures. I I'S I to this question.

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"The'church is decidedly wrong In '

I r Live Oak continues to grow. ,rt its care of boys. You choose the I News from : I "Quk "-"The shoe that does a*
I, brightest room in the building for We are having :'

The Polk County Record is one of your services.' The next best goes to the I this section. Think ... -,
,'. the best weekly papers lir Flo'rida. Sunday school and so on for dii- crop will get up about
.--" ----, I Mr. G. A. Hower
F Terent organizations of the church,

Attorney General Ellis refuses to"sneeze" until "there Is nothing left. And land section one day r& Naval StM'(

every time one of the others where is the boy's reading room or We have a nice little

state officials takes a ''pinch of snuff." gymnasium, a place where he can I. at Newburn

meet Christian associates placed? -I Good attendance and PARK, FLORIDA

rr First Assistant Postmaster. General asked this question in a church ,a to make the time

Hitchcock is making a tour of the short time ago. A bright little fel- chance to come. '

South and was In Jacksonville the low was sitting in the front of the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. *R HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORTt

first of the week. church, and he cried out 'In the cel last Saturday and

lar. That's the way it is here.* And Pine Grove section J.

Judge Stewart of DeLand is in that boy was right. You give him I body has a hustle on PAR

the hands of his friends; the bees what is left, put him in the darkest out that part ot the ,

are bi&zing in his ears and he may at room you can find and expect to keep Mr. T. J. Mercer,.the
any time announce as a candidate for our part of the_county

s governor., -i"- "cornpang. ago.a very His serious engine accident/ boiler lgs', Hotel. and Cotta

Many important measures to come the methods of the juvenile court in luckily no one was
before the legislature remain to be I Salt Lake City. That branch of the again in running ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH!

F acted upon and the Jam at the end law has a 640-acre farm donated by Mr. G. A. Howes' EQUIPPED STABLES.-SHADY PAVILll&Sf KSi I

of this session is going to be a business men of the city, where the very sick for the i past 'fA'i 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ON LIVE Gas

genuine jam. boys who ire unruly and refuse to H: will soon be all' fight 4CULF. CONNECTlOllAU'ttBttmmJ

obey parents' are sent. The farm is Mrs. Wincey"of DOWLING PflRK. FLORIDfl.

The fact that Senator Humphreysis run as a city. The boys elect their been visiting her son,

endeavoring to run the whole State own officers and operate affairs of of this section, for the ;
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i i i
t dry is no reason why opponents of the little settlement the same as a Well, should this fail

his Resolution should "take water." regular city administration Is carried waste basket you will

-GainesVille Sun. on. The former mayor who has just again. NEWBOURN II BUSINESS COLLm

turned over his office and gone to

Your advertisement in the Daily work, is, according to Judge Brown, Fellow Citizens of

Democrat would be read by hundreds only 17 years old, and was a leader j You have doubtless

a of our citizens every day in the week.If of a bad g ng. 'He was turned over I nouncement in the

you have anything to sell, try an to the court by a superintendent of a I crat ,a paper which is J
'I advertisement, Mr. Merchant. public school for correction. Judg ficient news service
Brown used this and other Illustrations : posted as to my being a

The Gainesville Sun. one of 'I' to show that proper environment fore you for State

best little daily papers in the responsibility and absolute the unexpired term

has Just installed a linotype typesetting I trust is the only successful method of Newlan .deceased. The >_._

machine. The Sun will now "man molding", among the class of held, as called by Gov. s

; be better and shine brighter than children who are on the road to the tba 2nd day of May F

ever before. ill penitentiary.Our therefore that quite a i

r ... \ tervens In which to see
There Is .no better location In all merchants have large and well our county hence we

the Southland foan up-to-date ferti-' selected dines of spring and summer generosity of the ANNOUNCEMENT
lizer factory than here"to
right Live
: goods and if is not necesary to go a newspaper we believe

Oak. Study this question, investigateit or send to any of the larger cities fora the patronage of every

If* thoroughly you are certain to dollar's worth of merchandise. county through which months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHO-
be convinced of this
fact. Patronize your home merchant first: this to .the Democracy ANY DEPARTMENT, for only $30.00.

last and all the time.A county. And more all Departments have been so arranged!! :1 I
Hon. Frank Adams,' Hamilton encouraged when we
special offer can finish within the Emit 1ft
county's able State Senator's recent along since the dark
gentleman who attended the late j
resolution in the jSenate requesting ism and radical I
Peace Congress says that It was clear-
Senators and Representatives in they now and observe the which you cannot afford to miss.s "
ly show there that war is irrational,
congress of the United States to use j f Immoral, unphilosophical unchris- educational way as 'salary increased? Enroll with us aad>*F

their combined efforts in behalf of when position better DOW !
tian and unprofitable but at times ways till now : ,.,or get >>nethaJf101l .
securing an appropriation-or the purpose : quite all the voters in
unavoidable.Ve are
unfortunately WRITE FOR CATALOG. !
of surveying.the Suwannee river men who take the
; pleased to note that some decisionwas
1 with a view of making it do
navigable, I What has this ,to ,
reached by the Peace Congress.The
meets with the approval of alL Why with the uestion of

;r this great river has been so long neglected -I' We believe if you BUSINESS COUI L
mills South have
by the government we cannot I cotton of the It should have very

understand, when a very small appropriation complained to the interstate commerce the question when "

preperly expended would commission that the railroads that all the way OAK, FLORIDA

make it navigable from White Springs favor Eastern mills In rates on cotton reconstruction, the
j to the Gulf of Mexico. goods bound for export shipments.But I conditions of said days I I G. S. STEPHENS, rrlD

I wait, when the Panama canal I I predate save those

BWhy all this cry about the railroadsof is opened for business the South will I through|: them in the II I i i II4MH"
have the best of the rate question. {
Florida not being assessed high 1 I 11 have been right here *
with the elate your votes and lay
i enough? Who is to blame for it? ![among you and "ever
floor of the may make in behalf
I Not the railroads, surely. Take the When you come to think of it, Live battling for every move my *

Atlantic Coast Line railroad propertyin Oak Is one of the loveliest spots on for the uplifting and purpose, Thanking you in advance* *
support, and accepting 7
Florida, if you please. Who as- earth for the building of homes. Here Christian civilization. If and watch *
as for the W. A.
Messed their property? Is' it not a nature has wrought her noblest fore been faithful to )' in the

r fact that the 'State Comptroller did? works In the grand and stately oaks; my duty during all as will .
If that railroad is not paying its just I i the balmy air and boundless wealth It asking too much of of our "
The City Council will f t
proportion of taxes. whose fault is it? \I 4of unoppressive sunshine- ; the trees believe I would be quite a jonrned May'**
i Why not'go to the fountain head of |I alive with the song of happy birds faithful' should you ers. but it on *
o'clock the psP =
Senatorial for
a. m.,
this trouble and find out what's the and all nature gleeful. With all this on me this more than whisk

matter? The present session of the'' *re. have good churches and schools, have served you a to the polls instating any names *
been strict**
Florida legislature ought to make and modern' conveniences and we as cqup.ty commisioher (.9 ; LthatAU 1st ally S/X >
some change In the manner and ought to be the happiest and most in the lower house of *, and-ill's tratlon : -

method of assessing the property: of Contented people'on earth. If we are islature; whether not. be for--

railroad and telegraph companies. not It? our own fault. let the records apeak.' .,. I:I shall..appre Subscribe for thec Drills

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i Itr'VErcOME i of LIve, Oak and Suwannee r LACE AND EMBROIDERY SALE

Count, Gathered by the Democrat -

. ; Reporter Will continue 'until SATURDAY

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ffg you want to sell see J. M.j v i APRIL_ 27. -. .
He Is.s ...
aucUoneer. t '
licensed ,
.cps : '
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f Oar good friend, C.Geh la .

|the city today. Next Monday: we :will have half-price Remnant

t two B. Mosley., of Rocky Cut, waster .

this moruing.ICoL ;, : Sal e. .

r Ceo. B. Walter, of' Wellborn.'

a to the city .today.

*Xrs.,Farrell returned. from Gaines- t

ffle yesterday. THE LADIES' EMPORIUM

*ftoe Oranges,,Apples, BanWnas, .

al week Wolfe on Corner. lAz-Z L. S. HARVARD, Proprietor. i

i Dr.Brown returned last night from i
professional visit to Jacksonville.
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Sink were here yesterday.

frH. .' ...Li Fa % Mrs. p). W.Cutler went to,Jacksonville -KODOL is a thorough stomach re- Miss Blanche Rook of Greenville, Col. Bert Small a prominent citizen ]
T Dexter who has been In poor this morning on a visit to rela- lief. It digests what you eat and S. C.. who has been visiting her sis- of Valdosta, and interested In the/'

tttWi for; a long time Is. reported tives and 'friends.Especially gives the stomach rest and assists In ter, :Mrs. W. R. Willeford, left, for: Valdosta Wholesale Dry Goods Company i

Lf low today. restoring It to its normal activity her home today. Miss Blanche made was in the city the first of the

i : '- recomended for Piles--"'and usefulness. KODOL is sold on a many friends while in Live Oak who week, a guest of his brother. Mr. S. ,

I 'Mr*. Dennis came up yesterday on :' that Is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch, guaranteed relief plan by City Pharmacy will gladly welcome her back again. E. Small, of the Suwannee Drug Co 4

[f visit to her.,parents: ,Mr. and.Mrs.f Hazel Salve. Sold by City Pharmacy dw* Miss W R. Willeford accompaniedher This was Col. Small's' first visit to :

liardrf f Bryan. dw as far as Jacksonville. Live Oak, and Jie was very much ,!
1 I Chas. Anderson, one of the best
t Jnfur- pleased to find here such a prosperous -1
r TO !.ENT-Furnished and .IT I J," E. Mercer, one of the leading known newspaper reporters 5hd Sheriff Rickerson made a very Im- and enterprising city. He also
islied, room, address "R" ln care farmers of the Sink
| Rocky neigh- printers in this section of Florida and,
; stated that the mercantile
I tf portant capture yesterday and lodge/T establishments {
t Democrat v borhood, transacting business in who has the
was until "recently been with
; in jail Lillie King, a neero woman here compare favorably with -i
.Live Oak last evening. I Index at Lake, City, was here todayen wanted in Duval county for killing those of very much larger cities and 1
Bethune Glass traveling auditor
j ,
route to West Florida .where he another negro woman, and charged that the lines of dry goods carriedwere
U Atlantic Coast Line, was here '%.50 wagon seats, new JyAl. has on.
era accepted a posit 'j with murder In the first degree. She of the best and latest designs :
rdir. Bailey's, the Auction HonsL/ ,," !'
.-\ is being held for the Duval county and, fabrics. {
$1.50. Other things in pro rtion. .-KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the authorities. -
1I'rene 1\lcDonaI1' of near Be quick. tf stomach and make tlfe breath as I 1
ai El'eJ. T. Cutler will preach on
Jigs i. here yesterday, en
., I sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by
"t I j ,I Sheriff Rickerson yesterday captured vo spec al subjects) next Sunday at ,
Mrs. A.'S York and little left druggists %
son on a gu rar ee relief plan.'
...... Jim Tally, a negro who has tte Second Advent Christian church ;<
for Tallahassee today to join the It conforms strictly, to the National
t been wanted for some time gamb- v.) ich we would be glad to have the i
Fred Brenner returned to Waycross for
Doctor. who ,has an important posi- Pure Food and Drugs 1 aw. Sold by I
iwa.n.h'taU:to his wife 1:nz, and ha plead guilty in Judge people of I iva: Cak to hear. At the 1
tion in the House of Representatives. City Pharmacy. dw
It: 1 Co.'ner's court, and was fined $-15 11 o'clock service, the subject will be ;
+ii4. and costs. Unless he settles the fine "Friendship, Human and Divine." At 1
Mesdames J. G. and J. J. Pronce Dr. McIntosh, of Luraville, one of
I before five o'clock this evening, he the .:30 o'clock service, the subject J
eaLonr, and
greatest magazine this an4
I of Tallahassee t-tre here this morn- county's best most promi-
: i will go to the gang for four months. will be "What Think Ye of Christ,
1Fi seer offered by
clubbing ever
IngJ jEM-outd'to Alton on a visit to nent citizens, is In the city today. The
Paper. Whose Son Is He? This Is a sub- J
Relatives and friends.Kennedy's Doctor has in ,mind; a business enter-
V prise for this city, and is here investigating II The Ladies Emporium and Mrs I jsct of greatest importance to the _j

i. Hillman left this -- LaxatUe Cough Syr n". along certain lines with Lawler's Mihnerj Store have kindly i ama family. There will be a -.1

,- is for Tallahassee to look after Tte pleasant cord"remejr ti.at exj eg the view of making an' investment.Use taken charge of some of our toilet baptismal service, following the night
!I .ervice. We are always glad to have jour
articles ("France-American
matters. the cold through its action on the Hygien-
bowels. Sold by,City Pharmacy. dw* Kennedy's Laxative Cough I|J I I ic"). Our patrons will please ask for j ,friends toworship with us. J
.fWudln.-atter short visit to Sjrup. Children UJe'Its: pleasant : them when shopping at these two j Strangers to our city are always wel- j

"r here; went out on the road H. J. Morris went to Jacksonville fa-te. Contains no/>pates, but drives :i ihe |! places. Thanking you in advance tor come within our walls. Come, bring -i

I*yesterday-- .. "' last night. and returned today cold out through the bowels. I j I your patronage. your friends with you. Your presence
.. will be greatly appreciated by
pastor "-
of with his wife, who has been in the Made In conformity to Pure Food and I ST. LUKE'S GUILD.
,: :. Bow rs,. of Suwannee Lospital there for nearly four weeks. Drugs law. Recommended and sold II and congregation. J

.;was)ere.this'morning on his J>y C;ty Pharmacy. dw* J Paul Williams, a white unbrella
Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. 1 1I
home: ; from Jacksonville.- ,When you need a pill, take a pill, fixer, who has been visiting this sec-
and be sure it's an Early Riser A petition was filed this morningrom tion once or twice a year for the past

jtjot wtnt.draylng done r They are sold here by City Pharmacy citizens of Dowling Park asking thirteen years, and who is perfectly
;. :carried to the depot. f t dw* that a voting precinct be established harmless, and carrying on a legiti- I ;

4 1%9. W.' N. Boat t. there, and alleging that the nearest mate vocation, was murderously as-
4 -phone in need of nice wall
J I Miss Rosa Farrell has recovered voting place is six miles distant and saulted by three negro toughs at I pa- .i< :

4If .,'? Coachman, and Col. Leekreyt from her recent severe illness, and tt-at there are between sixty and Rocky Cut during last night. Yester- I per call on H. H. PETTY, at
, : '
? made a business trip this morning was able to resume her evonty voters at the Park. The day about 3 o'clock Williams left I CLINTON & MEWS MARKET. l'

the road today and It Is report- work as clerk for J. M. Bailey, the petition is signed by O. D. McFarland, here for the Park, and when he __
4 ,rt I* a big deal on foot for sev- auctioneer.* W. W Bennett, J. H. Quarterman, F. reached Rocky Cut, called at a negro I

tilt I thousand acres of timber land In I T. Ilanford P. W. Bennett, C. D. woman's home and asked her if she : Cold Comfort! :

I Wnnty to which these two genlVlrtIl Ieep on smiling, and read our Will=ams O. M Shear W \.". Jordan I tad any work ste wanted done in ,

4 I):, ,be parties. L greatest magazine and newspaper 1. B. Rouse, Joe Rubenstein, T. B. i:is line. She gave him a lamp and ;

elf clubbing ever' offered by tb!" paper. ,*owing and O. Brownell. I parasol to fix. for which he charged

,f&: bRSALEi Particulars elsewhere In tl.is Issue. i I 13') cents. However he told her that f

I' -- i jif sle would allow him to stay all

i Constable Morgan, of Wellborn, night In an empty house adjoining,
y When think
was here yesterday, an'I, bought up you i i he would charge her only 15 cents.
f Bill Jones colored, charged with : j Tl is was agreed to. About 11 o'clock
UNIMPROVED at that fine 111
r rI larceny He will have.preliminary' out i! a couple of negro boys came into the

I- tearing tomorrow. house with pine torches, pretendingto
Watch you I look for a bench to take to the f

; tyReal Y [state SUNDAY trains over Live Oak need thinkRADFORD'S J church. They reparted, and about .. '- f

Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leavesat 12 or 1 o'clock returned, accompan- '
8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re- of I lied by a burly negro, all armed with "
turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents clubs and began to beat Williams I

farms [Etc. round trip.Ladies about the head jelling "kill him";
shoot him"; etc. Williams was
,ri can be taken in
I have Just opened}a dress thoroughly frightened and perfectly delicious liuid t
making room in the Lewin building, powerless to defend himself, and sur- draughts at our Soda Fountain. Ice
orII rendered his pocketbook containing Cream Soda in all flavors and of a .
will be Satisfaction -
and to
.. glad serve you. Where will find a
[YOURPROPERTY guaranteed. Give me a trial. $1.0 The negroes then departed guaranteed purity. Tempting, satisfying -
leaf : __ MRS. KIGHT. choice assortment of and Williams walked to town, his cooling, healthful. The thoughtof
-<\ clotting thoroughly saturated with It on these hot days will make

I the very bestI blood and Dr. Anderson dressed his your mouth water. The little cost of
j ( Mrs. J. J. Dixon and Mrs. Jack I j 4Don't
WITH wounds this morning It is to be so much comfort will surprise you.
Morris returned home this morning I I
a :$ us. from Jacksonville where they have C20RYEARSD\ U tGh I I S hoped that the authorities will make I sweater when coolness, is so
.e,' j easy to reach. Try a glass of
been for the past few weeks In a san- a vigorous! effort capture j your
-- would-be murderers, and 'tl1at the i favorite flavor and ,be cool and happy -
Mrs. Morrisis
atarium for treatment.
greatly'mproTed' in health' and Is courts will give them their just|I

rttaR) IREIITY o. able to ,sit up.Mrs.. Dixon has improved deserts. They are highway men of'

\L very little If any during, herstay J. D. RADFORD, meanest type, and the sooner: their I
JICII In Jacksonville and Is now In avery necks are broken the sooner will our
flA. flmmu Bijij rd
I. ? i ; Room 3. critical condition. i LIVE OAK community be secure ft ews CO.

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SCHEDULE. Record of the Members of the !

CONNECTS WITB'ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. EL ANB A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK.arrD Graduating Class for This Year. .* '". .

Florida is well .represented at Manufacturers of -
CICMTLUo 'I'IJIr. *&&D UP.I.2. _
D01rM. Emory college Oxford, Ga.. this year, 3

..i.Na I>.a1I7..I... N0.L.aDd... f aATIONS.Fseept ; '=. Na4 Fg_ and Savannah the Oxford Morning correspondent News has of sent the Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric, .

;: r- I ExpI"H& Except article on I
Daiy. that an interesting
.8nnday Duly. SuDda7. paper Power and TurpentinflElectric
the graduating class of '07 which Is

Ari30, said to be the largest in the historyof

Lv Li' Oak__..-- .._- iiO a m 5 4G p ID'i mentionis in of the
7 30 a m a 30 pm E the institution. Special Lights any part city furnished'ir

Lv otter T Y. 10 30 am' 20 p m of the south !
records reasonable
50 a m "It II m 3 made of the or Business Houses at a very rate*

a'M ._.._.--- 10 ZZ am' eo pm and middle Georgia and Florida
805 a III pm LY. StoL0kley day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.\.
k .. l.a LY.I0 graduates. The records of the two
lIe a m b6 p m! 14 l0 am 445pmSO class Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
members of the graduating
I. / .
i a ID 4 08 .ID Ly.--- .1/10 a 1ft 4. to pm folows: and all orders promptly filled.
4 Ar.___._..WAm..eh......._....- .___.Lv 10 011 am' ZO II min from Florida are given as Lion ;
4 19 III
'If to--! -II .. W _. __.. "Eugene Epperson Barnett, Jack-
b0 ID L. 43 : sonville Fla. entered as a sophomore We will give you good: prices on tow grd {J

_... ryille .... .
Ar -- and
,'SOm 10 a m Lv -Lurs.ille ........ -- and is a candidate for the A. ,B. de flooring. Come get our prices.
4.5 fl

.60 Ar.._.__...__Winnai.th.-._-..---..... gree. He was sophomore declaimer;
a m +
1o---m 4Lv W Jll&l"th-- I Ar. f b7 a m 4 15 pm fall term debate, 1905; champion debate MAY DESIGNER.So a
to. 18. m It PJDLY----- ---suwanne Ri er. .........._Lv. 9 66 s m 412 pm '06, 07; delegate to Interstate many people have come to re- NOTICE OF Qjg|

20 a m 4 SO pm I LV--............ _No=ato 2ood...... I 'Y. f 45 s m I 57 pili students' conference Nashville gard The Designer as the most reli- State To the of Sheriff of SUT==

10 It a m 4 40 II III I Ar___-.- ,.K&'o.--......._,_.1... 9 Ii a III SUp mLO Tenn.; Georgia State Missionary able authority In matters of dress Know Florid: 'iI

40 a m- lL. ......->> ______ --------Ar.- League, Macon, Ga.; and SouthernY. that It is with added interest we note ye. That I, filS
z. Asheville, N. Secretary of gujSS
M. C. A. Conference
Y.io of the May number. That
0 IKI a m Lv-__ --AI. b. C. He made honor roll '05, '06; ho the coming of Florida do 1 1
n a m 1:1n.---: the cover design is by the famous that

r .105 _....-_.,..._...-.)(&)' '.._ ---_...._......_L..i is a member of Few, Society; presi- Mucha lends a "i' a
a 1& French artist M.
i tt 10sm_ 44'1pro- Lv_."... t1 r--' -__..Ar. 9 3'l. m 8 60 pmIt dent of Y. M. C. A., and editor-in- particular value to the Standard special i

Z') a ml 4 ,) p.. L... !::....2.6edrv; .. "'r. SO a 11125 pm chief of EmorY Phoenix. He will Fashion costume In which he has the will be held.In the eou.1:

......_....s.Jt.d.__. Ty. .25. 1D I II P IDit enter Vanderbuilt In September, graceful figure clad. nee, State 'o( Florida. j
U 2S i m c 6. p mty-, where he will himself to go the second day et )(
mI' mtLv ._-AaId_- -_.L 0 OIJ a m I &Ii p Do Women who are casting about fora q.11
+6 a i 10 p to the foreign field as mislonary. the add Thursday tefc,
tL.. CharltoD......_______________-- ....L.. .00. lit t 15 way to make their own ifa
54 a m 6 17 p m, s.Ia'm .>> pm "Charles Monroe Trammell, Lake llvlng-wo-I I Second buy d.,,
men who have no
t s 27 p m'Lv' .K'Y.s.o an. m 228.,m land, Fla., entered as a sophomoreand -had better read about "The Mall for a State Senator of .:

11. m 115 paaLY--r-F:' :way__...'L.. I C5. m Z 10 pm is a candidate for the Ph. B. de- Order Business".In the "Interest of Florida from the feressJ

mnark-L.. gree; member of Few Literary atonal District of said
m'1' 818 a lit 115 Pili fe
24 a m 6 43 p a.s Dread Winning" series for May. This
Society and Florida club; he was May posed of the Ccintjeii
--Pen7__ _...--Ly i
114 m 6 60 p i a 10. m I ZO pm same series has started a number of
debator 1906; made the junior honor fill the vacancy off
we actually know of on their :
roll; will probably study law at women death, on the Jlfth diy ot"-
(,0 T.I".ralrh 01'Telephone Statio. m Flag Statlcm. (r) ReKiat.er. (a) Regular Stop. (a) way to Independence.
T. P. AUTON. SuperiDteDdeat.UI8" i Columbia."-Times-Union. of Hon. J. R. Nerhj,&&
".".4:7 Station The Diction and general articlesin :
Goners er Agent:
I. the May number are above par for In
This May Interest You Testimony TOet .
--- .
entertainment and usefulness.The
No one is immune from Kidney hereunto set my hand ui ;

Live Oak & Gulf Great Seal of the State its.
Perry remember that
j I trouble, so just The Price of Health. at Tallahassee, the cst
Cure will stop the ir- .1
i Foley's Kidney
"The price of health In a malarious 8th day of
April. A. But
Railroad regularies and cure any case of kidney district Is Just 25 cents; the cost ofa (Seal) H. CLAY
Company. czil-
and bladder trouble that is not :
I box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, .1
leyond: the reach of medicine. City Secrete;*;
Ella of Noland. Ark.
writes Slayton
Schedule Etrt'CtlTf'pril 7, 1OO7.s Prarmacy. dw ,
New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im- Sheriff Snwinne&r

part new life and vigor to the sys-

wC9y BOUND EAST BOUND TWO VIEWS. tem. 25c.<< Satisfaction guaranteedat
Mall & Pasaen.Frt and: 1 Mail & PUHn ;;;;;:\Frt. aDd Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw-
per pro Pua. Pass.. I get I car Paaa.N Colonel Robert J. Ingersoll once \ I.au.t.aa aare.aa '1

:.1; No.5. No.3. 1 No 2. 1 Non 6. ;N;: 2I! No 4.g gave a eulogy on whiskey as follows: One hundred and.thlrty-two years
Sunday Daily .... Daily 's und&)' Sunday Daily ex.. 'I send you some of the most wonderful -
DailyOaly Sund&)'. ez Sun Only I only SuDd&)'. ago on April 179, 1175 the first blood LIQUID COU
j' that ever drove the skeleton from split
A.M. P. IL P. IL P. M. P. M. i A. IL A. M. was at Lexington, thus begin- ...
Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive 6 Arrive Arrive the feast or painted landscapes in the of the Revolution AX9- .,
8 00 130 240 .._._._.........LI...Oak...................... 550: 10 00 I 9 brain of It is the souls ning the war and
8 13 1 43 2 Ii4 ................Rocky Sink.4 16f 6 381 9 "I 9 19 man. mingled forty-six years ago on April 19th, 18- LAXATIVE COll

F :M : g 307 300 :::=::::::::::::=-J=..:::...:::::::::::::::::::j r : M'I i 34 30''! : gl n of wheat and-corn. In it you will 61 the first blood. was fished In the

825 155 S 15 ......._.................Platt........................ 4 I 271 935'' 9y 03 find the sunshine'and shadow that
... Lancaster.. 518 926! 8Lv war between the States?
\ : :1 Ar 2 = Ar : ::=:Dowling Park:::::::::::::::::: Ly : : 10'Lv: 9 18 Ly 8 : chased each other over the billowy 1

Ar 8 45 L. 4 45 L. 4 ._._...... DowhDlr Park ......._......... Ar S L. b Ar 9 13'Ar 81% fields, the breath of June, the carol
449j 40. Chancey 506 908' money for the erection of the
: 53 452 : t ::::::::::::::::::::. _BeU..__":::::::::::::::::::: : 39\\ : :: of the lark, the dew of night, the THE
8 51 4 67 4 ...._............!Mayo .Junction.................. S 6 03 903 8 04 building for the Salvation Army head- .
.00 Ar 4 25 ..___......_.........Day_............_.......... OOLv 900 wealth of summer and autumn's rich
K s 6 00 Lv 4 40....._.....................Day_........................ a S ;iAr 8 5i, 7 68 content all golden with quarters In Jacksonville is already NEW
toss 06 4 46 ......_............_.....silo........................... 3 1 454 849 T 35t imprisoned assured and it wilt be built at once.
I 510 452 ...._._............Townsend....................... 115 440 845 7 28 light. Drink. it. and you will hear
:. 925 325 ......._..............8mith ........................ Z 68 425 830 7 88 The site secured is an el'gible one, IDEI4r. S 1Tfe ? i iA
.. _Fenholloway-- 2 41 4 12 8 15' 31 the voices of men and maidens sing- *
1: fo'' : : 512..::::::,.::::::.:..._..Perry-....:::::::::::::::::::. 230 400 8O I : on Adams street between Main and
As10 2S 6 20 J Ar ..............Hampt.oft Sprinaa.............. 3 61A Ing the 'Harvest Home/ mingled with Laura, the
M. I IA; M. P. A.ZJ.5ILp. 45IL( .k.45iL I A. M. the laughter of chllren. Drink it, will cost abont
-- 15000. Ensign Paul in charge of
and you will feel within your blood =.i r.'w
MAYO AND ALTOS HR.-\SCH. the army's work In Jacksonville, reports i
dawns, the dreamy
t 100 conversions since last December Cold or A GOBI 1
tawny dusks of perfect days. For tint
most If not all of them living ducal conanpanoB-
WEST SOUi'll EAST BOUND forty years this liquid Joy has been eyes nose and throat BS*<
Christian lives. Major J. H. Berri-
within staves of oak, longing to touch d the system throve> *61
FrL A FrL& Passen PaNeD FrL A FrL &. Passen;+Passe man has charge of the new building For the
Pas.. I P1ass. I get I set I Pass. Passger ger the lips of man." huLf Ne
I enterprise. dry and +rt7.t

No. No.9. No.1" I No!!. No.:0. No 14. Na1 n Second. are constipating,mpa. w
T.j Daily FNo.l1. Sunday I' Daily : Daily SUnday Sund&y Dr. J. It!. Buckley, editor of the Opiates. Kanasd7 s 14>s2s
.,. .
\ Only ex.SUD. ex-SuD. Only Only Senator Humphreys of the Florida Tax tea>aXjwcJs,
New York
A. IL I P. IL I A. K. P. M.I I A. M.. I P. M. A. M. P. M. Christian Advocate, proposed Legislature, now In session, has introduced
I lAa". Leav. Leave Leav. I Amve i Arrive Arrive Atriv. the following as more true If KENNEDLAXAT
9 10 4 -10 940 530 .. ............MayoJunction.m. ._._..... T 58 3 20 8 fIS, Z a bill, proposing amendment
,. c 9 261,, 456 953 543'......................Clarlt..................... .789 303 I II 42, 1 Ii! less rhetorical: "I send you some of to the Constitution
91\6)) Ii 06 10 6 53 ....................PetenoD.................... 7 2v 2 53 (1321 1 42 the most wonderful whiskey that so that Section
10 00. :3 s 10 031 605 ... .................M"3'Q. .... ............... e 715e 240 a 8204 1 30ArlO ever 1 of Article 13 shall read follows
10 Ar I 4OIAriO 6 IS .... ................Alton ......................1.. 700 Ly 2 301 L. 8 10''Lv 1 20 brought a skeleton into the closet or as :
"The manufacture or sale of Intoxicating tDl'r4>
Regular stop. Connection made at Cowling Par for all trains to and painted scenes of lust and blood liquors either
shed In the brain spirituous, vinous
from Lire Oa. and Perry. For in formation as to connections with of man. It is the or malt, shall be and the same QE
ghosts of
other lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent 'phone 147 Dow- wheat and corn crazed by Is hereby forever prohibited
In theState
the loss of their 6
Live natural bodies. In I Relieves Colds !
1 ling Building, Oak. > of Florida."
. it will find throof k 4 s
' you a transient sunshine ol the system
TIICS. HOWLING. President. It. P. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. I
.. vela.ReBeveJ.
chased by a shadow as cold as an the ba

arctic midnight in which the breathof The observance of the first aunt-

versary of the earthquake the
TO THEJAMESTOWN June grows icy and the carol of which fire
the lark In ruinson
gives place to the foreboding

the 18th of April, began For CSoo d
on April
cry of the
Drink It, S n'
r. and you shall have 'wo,' 'sorrow,' 16th with a charity fete at the Hot?1 Colds, Lug and

'babbling,' and 'wounds without Fairmount on the summit of Nob Hill remedy It equsst a y
Thursday the t sad Tar.rutuplel5a.fae.
-ause/ 'your eyes shall behold actual anniversary was coney

strange women/ and 'your heart shall that declared a municipal holiday and on K 8y Q WM teratpep a

xpositionAtlanticCoastLine utter perverse ttings.' Drink It evening there was a dinner given

r deep, and you shall hear the voices by the Merchants' Association also at Sold by PI

of demons shrieking women Fairmount at which the material as
t t wailing
well as the
via he and worse than orphaned children civic rehabilitation of San

mourning the loss of a father who Francisco was discussed.

*et lives. Drink It deep and
I and serpents will hiss In jour ears, SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, I I

1 I coil themselves about your neck and at Perry 8:00& Gulf to DOwling Park, leaves ;i I

i seize you with their a. m., and 1:30 i
fangs; for 'at p. m., rei;
I the last It biteth like a serpent and I turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents '

! E People all over Florida, se the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur I stlngeth like an adder For forty round trip. HOEY

years this liquid death has
pie Folder" for schedjles to th: Jamestown Exposiion. Two I I 'n staves of oak, harmless there with as' famous late blind Dr. James Gale, the :. .j

i daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping ;I purest may "put water an enemy I send In to you that yon said to have taken a fee electrician.of 50.000'Is I I' TheULAXATIVE v.

your mouth to pounds
i ($250.000), the
steal larg
cars. away your brains/ And yet est ever paid for medical co
I call electrical
myself your friend."

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson attendances For cough cot.<

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. The Youth's Companion Issued an \V. WILSON troublea Noop* '

l Coach excursions at low I Anniversary number for April 18th Goodforeveryixw
very X The
raving reached the age of 80 : A I LQ
For further information see your nearest railroad agent i the first Issue appeared on April 16th FOLEYSYellowp eo:
ck T-
: or write, Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent, At 1827 It has steadily grown in pop Tailoring done at'Rubenstein's Guar-I % prt,el+a
ularity _
during all antee _
Untie Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. I read with 11I.ferest'by: these years and la store. Prompt Foley aCity

young and old. tion semceu.tilfae'I.. 'I. P


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1111 i 11 n 1111 i 1111111111 i i Doing Business Again }

"When my friend thought 1 was UNION &, mm;The Extra Specials

about to take leave of, this world on

SEABOARD account of indigestion nervousness in SpringSack
and general debility:" writes' A. A.Chisholm -

I Tread well, N. Y., "and
Airline Railway. when It looked as.If there was no Suits For Men

tope: left. I was persuaded
y: I.For Savannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say Wholesale and Retail r and Young Men

Richmond Washington Baltimore that they are curing me. I am now \
Raleigh ,
}- i Philadelphia and New York.: and doing am business still gaining again daily.as of, Best old.I Dealers in Florida at $15, $18 and

rTHR G 1rTRtUNS\ \ 'DOILY tonic Barclay medicine&on Groover earth. Guaranteedby druggists. and WesternMEATS' $20.that .

Price. SOc. dw*
Seaboard Florida Limited I[ we are offering this week must
who examines
The notorious divorce law of South convince[: every man'

Express Seaboard Mail Dakota has been revised. A residence i I them that they are without exception .
Seaboard year the"greatest values ever sold at these
of one in that state is now
required. !popular prices.If .
: Modern : Pullman : Equipment. i you want a smart nptodaeMICHAELSSTERN

Good JudgementIs .. ;
,--- i.
The Seaboard Florida limitedThe the essential characteristic of men Phone 24. i I'l

Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train be- and woman. Invaluable to good I

tween St. Augustine, Jacksonville and New York, via Rich- business men and necessary to house Promdt deliveries

mond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A.M., wives. A woman shows good Judge ,
ment when she buys White's Cream -
: Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily, including Sundays.
ind Vermifuge for her baby. The best
anywhere in thee
worm medicine eVer offered to moth- I I

The Jamestown Exposition Line ers Many indeed are the sensibImothers I I

who write expressing their
NORFOLK, VA. gratitude for the good health of their L City
children which they1 owe to the use
line operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New
'j Only of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold I The National Arbitration
full information and reservations and
rleanL For Sleeper call on any by Suwannee Drug Co. dw
agent of Seaboard or write, Peace Congress of America met last

S.C. DOYLSTON JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla. week in Carnegie Hall, New York
Mrs. Russell Sage's gift toward a
City. Many
prominent men both
+," .+4 1111 111 11 M +' *'! **** < HUH m H" I II building for the International Com from this country and Europe were

I mittee Y. M. C. A., has been increased
present. Andrew Carnegie presided
;,.... II" I. . . . . . . . . . bY100000. The entire sum- at the opening session. A letter was -i-

$3S0,000-wUl pay for the construc- read from \
President Roosevelt who
;OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis tion and equipment of an eight-story
edifice. was unable to be present. Elihu I
Root, Secretary of State delivered an
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is address on 'Tbe American Sentiment -

broad enough to accommodate all, and The Sew Pure Food and Drug Law of Humanity.." tt t

PATRONS We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs ,An Insidious Danger 4 4o
L-The young folks with their small savings. colds and lung troubles is not affected
One of the worst features of kidney -
2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fund by the National Pure Food and trouble is that It is an insidious
: to home for old Drug law as It contains no opiates or I
\ procure a or a competency age. disease and before the victim realize
3.=The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and other harmful drugs, and we recommend his danger he may have a fatal mala
t it as a safe remedy for child
the income provided. .. dye Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the .
ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw*
4.-Those with idle funds other investment. first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities t

: Nat i idO. Pope Pius X held a consistory on and prevents right's --..--- eo'I
M FIRST NATIONAL Live Oak, FloridaFor themorning of April 13th and seven disease* and diabetes. City Pha,- FINE

... . .. .... ... . . . . 0 ,0 ._ ._ ._ . . .. new cardinals were created. 'The macy. dw .IC...CLOTHING...___6 c&
ceremony was performed with the
Major General James F. Wade U. 1
usual "gorgeousness and Impressive S. A., for several years past in com- Suit for business or dress that will

pomp. mand of the division. of the Atlantic look and fit as if made to measure,

with teadquarters on Governor's Island (i then you shouldn't fail to come and

Bitten by a Spider. s was retired from active serv'ce: ,see these three After Easter specials;:

} Through olood poisoning caused on April' 14th, after for y rears ser I in tte no.cd

by a spider bite, John Washington vice. Major General Frederick D.

of Booqueville Tex., would have lost Grant succeeded .him In speaking oft lICtlAELS..SIERN

Ms leg, which became a mass o r the army General Wade said: "There "

running sores had be not been per are only a few people of the civil war FINE CLOTHING
Tsru sans
suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica veterans left in the service and today

Salve. He writes: "The first applicatIon there is not a single officer in the You will find the style and quality

relieved, and four ooze army who held a commission when I the finish and the fit of the suits of
SicK Livers
healed all the sores." Heals every came into It away back in the sixties.: jour size at every price, precisely as
sore. 25c at Barcla" &. Groover them. Details
"In a little over three years the last you want :
druggists. dw. officer who saw service In the civil
A PURELY VEGETABLE single and double-
war will have been retired from the

COMPOUND The energetic Dr. Louis Klopsch, ol service and tte younger generation At$15 in breasted all the Sack approved Suits

the Christian Herald, has not only of officers will be in command"
Qrtrlncr... ctvTaa. and fat*
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CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. arranged for the transportation of

QUICKLY CURES ALL MALARIA.UVER COMPLAINTS.CHILLS and 1100,000 worth of food for the starv- I After a sitting of a hundred and worsteds rlc-etrects-gray'cassimeres cheviots brown-toned ant Jl

A ing Chinese to go by army transport sixteen days, the Oklahoma constitu-
CURE for all diseases produced by tw eeds-coustom-tailored and fin-
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle pur- from San Francisco this month, but tional convention has completed its isLed equal to $30 to order-
tchwed today may san you a tick spell tomorrow. has also put 50.000 at the disposalof work. Before the new constitution .
mad suits, for your
the Red Cross at Washington to becomes effective it must be approv- tion at only selee$15
i CUBED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER meet a condition which Is becoming Vd by the President of the United

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. acute. States and by the voters of the new all the advanced

W. A. Whitewall Emory. Tex.. State; to the latter it will be submitted A t $1.8 styles in smart sin
3., writes: "My child had chills aDd fever Him ovoid Appendicitis at a special election on Aug- gle and doublebrestted -
1 for four year We tried all kind of Most victims of appendicitis are ust 6th. cut; attic ly hand
medicines and finallyan aeqaalntaaceof
mine recommended Herbine. We used tl Oie who are habitually constipated tailored throughout and made of ex-

three bottles and the child U now completely Orino Laxative Fruit S)rup cures Jury List. cellent worsteds cheviots, cassimeres 4
:; cured. You have my permissionto movie constipation by stimulating and tweeds in beautiful patters of
publish this testimonial as I cheer- .' e liter and bowels and restores the Following is the jury list for the newest color effects-precisely like
fall*recommend Herbine to all mother
having children afflicted*.mine." latural action of the bowels. Orino May term of Circuit Court I' the $35 to-measure-made

LUG BOTTLE Me GET THE GEHUIHEBAILARD Lrxatlve:: Fruit Syrup does not nau- \V1.. Cason, Peter Odom. C. M suits here in all styles at $18

t seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant Murphy S. W. Kennedy, R. W In- only . .
SNOW LINIMENT CO. to take. Refuse substitutes. gram II. J. Green. L. M, Ballentine,

ST. LOUIS U. S. A. City Pharmacy. dw* W. H. Ezell J. R. Mills, J. W. Lip the finest specimens

a sey J. J. Lewis, C, A. Knight G, T. A t$20 of high class tailoring .
in all the
Gipsy Smith completes his :Meeks J. T. Mathis. S, E. Pinkham. smart
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY very styles and exclusive
: Samuel Platt. C. B Olliff. J. C. Pink-
successful revival work in this
coun- su:tings of finest
pguwannee Drug Company. ham, S. A. Richardson, S, E. New quality-Imported r
this month
try and returns to Eng j._d domestic worsteds, cheviots Berg -
man. W. H, Lamb J. I. Kirkland. C,
land. He is in the employ of theo '* and cashmeres
*OR'8 B. Hajnes. J. W. Hobbs, J. J. Sumner counterpart:
PROCLAMATION' man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, t I Free Church Council of England, ir every detr a: of $10 to-

IIkt U hereby given that at the fill unexpired term, caused by removal ., which pays him $3,000 a )'ear. Of A. E. Taylor.y. II. Cameron.D. measure-made suits, special
oral B. RIchardson, N" H Green, L C $20
city Election of the the contributions received at his
and I I fothis week only ,
etlti. from Wards resignation
Oak, Suwannee County. meetings one-half goes to the Council ; Brantley Padgett. W. D Stia-
II&.to be of Incumbents. son, J. D. Parnell W. E. Harrcll, J
held on the first Tues- and the other half to local expenses. I SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS AT
;fit a )( 7fAD1907' at the Given under my hand and seal I S. Poucber, J. T. Xeeley.I I $2.50 TO S7.50

Dumber and in manner and the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907. I II I

1 *iT preibed by law. the fol- .,, (Seal) M. E. BROOMS Why .t Put off Every suit at every price built of
awlclpai officers of said Mayor City of Live Oak carefully scclcc'ed' :: niatTials; (ailo -
-\It to be have a tortid liver when Herbine the for tomorrow what you can do today _
Toted for and elect Suwannee County. Florida. ed by specialists to resist wear,
= A only liver reguator will help jou? If you put oft buying a bottleof
a Clerk. Treasurer Attest: keep their shape and fit perfectly in
I There is no reason why you should Ballard's Snow liniment when
r. tilled by same I Ir j i I S. P. MAYS Clerk. e'-ery size-Norfolk, double-breast-
;rMoor! suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation, tat pain comes you won't have any. "d and
1 : a Marshal and Live Oak. Florida. s.nglc-breasted Sack, and
;b&pector. Chills and Fever or any liver com- buy a bottle today A positive cure
- pled br dainty creations in plain and fancy
'' same per- nlalnts, wren Herbine will cure you. for Rheumatism, Burns. Cuts,
Alderman from I fabrics for little men of 3 to 3
; b Alderman Ward +" M I I II'1-H I I M I I >*' *** F. C. Waite, Westville. Fla. writes: I I Sprains; Contracted Muscles, etc.. T years.
'dermQ Ward No. "I was sick for a month with chills S Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark.,
from ward : ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ;
0 'a No. 3; and fever and after taking two bot- write: "I wish te thank you for

from Ward No.4; jj tles of Herbine. am well and healthy the good results I received from

-.-,! a from Da .Ward No. 5; anm. VETERINARY. I; : ," Sold by Suwannee Drug Com- Snow Liniment. It positively cured BUTLER BROS

lid City at Large Solicits your patronage-Office pany, dw* me of Rheumatism after others had

fie ,, Trustee* to fill ext .+ at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 felled Sold by Suwannee Drug -..
Hardee. Alder- 1..1111111.111111111' ** Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. Company dw T'MENS' OUTFITTERS"


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y In Ipo6 North Dak.otaPassed a Purl


;:. Paint Law' : i'i' i

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Of the Paints 1 which were found on sale in North, Dakota, on be 11ganalzed"by, the Government experiment* ,:., I}

tion, ,not required to be labled as to composition, in other words, made from the statuary pigments, lead and sine i

p ire tinting colors, taking into consideration the percentage of lead, the. capacity of the can and the :weight ,per gaIIon.1t

there 'were' only five brands of Paint that: met the requirments of the' law. DEVOE LEAD AND ZINC being one.ofj

these and the' only one manufactured East of the Mississippi River. Many of the Paints found on sale were. shy

measure and adulterated. Short measure ran as high as J4 per cent; amount of water, 24 per cent; inert materials, ii'',(|,:

per cent. \ ,

Prospective paint buyers, should be sure of getting the "real thing" chemical analysis; are made only of Any one wishing to discuss the pal :

be on their-guard, when purchasing business, "we are only too glad to tal.I I
: call for DEVOE LEAD AND ZINC pure white lead, pure white zinc
.! -' I
paints. A paint with only 10 per the bulletin from North Dakota Mi
It has stood tie teats of the chemists pure linseed oil, pure turpentine dry- "' :
cent adulteration is 10 per cent discuss it with him. We carry t fits ,

thrown away. On a $50 job:It would \ cf Nortl; Dakota. Dev Paints. are, er, pure tinting colors and, nothing line of Devoe Paints in stock ui at 1
mean $5. In purchasing paints, to strictly_pure and are sold subject to else and are strictly full measure. bottom prices. I



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2i X1. C. A. RIDLEY 3IAKES HIT AT Along with this the Georgian and I thirds vote of council, the rules were I parry fails to file the statement of &udordBranfor lCc
'. TABERNACLE. Savannah News also had very com- now waived 'led said ordinance was f gross receipts as herein provided, the I

..plimentary references to Mr. Ridley's ptu upon its second reading by title Comptroller shall ascertain from any Fla., April J 1 t

\ Live Oak. Fla..Pastor Addresses Dr. sermons. The Georgian said the only By vote of council, it passedits I I available sources the approximate recent cold weather. +ttiej

Eronghton's Congregation at Several I Tabernacle congregation had listenedto second reading. Said ordinancewas amount thereof, and in east he cannot to the freezing point; m*

Sunday'Sen Ices. few more eloquent and timely discourses now put upon 'Us-',third reading ascertain approximately ?the am- the crops anything like.:i

i than were delivered by the and final was at first thought fe
Rev. C. A. Ridley has returned passage, being read by sections ount of such gross receipts, he shall

from Atlanta, where he has been sup- Live Oak preacher. ; Upon call of the roll, the fol- then issue his warrant against the and cantaloups.'eseaped-=
Mr. Ridley, when seen this morning lowing vote was recorded: property of the they had been fregUy glowing
at his
= plying for Dr. Broughton great delinquent companyfor
I said he could announce with certainty A H. J. has been somewhat
tabernacle since the latter was hurt >es-Cv Brown* E. Wood. S. the colection of a license or privi-
the coming of Dr. Broughtonto J. White and1J.;; M. Barclay. lege the continued dry went e. I
in a street car accident. It is a 'I. equal to 2 per cent of the
Live Oak June 1st. Said he was Nays-None. the crops as a tale uti
source of great pleasure to Mr. Rids assessed value of the property of such
I going to invite the ministry and religious Said ordinance No. 58 was now I good condition.
ley's many friends in Live Oak that company In this State. /

he made such a hit in the South's workers of all Florida to come declared regularly passed, and order-i I "Sec.' %. That this act shall take The peach and pear Cl

greatest city and greatest pulpit. The to Live Oak at that time and joinin ed certified to the Mayor for his ap- I! effect Immediately upon its i passage short a great many tm*

Atlanta papers had only words of the work. Says he will soon proval. I'and approval by the Governor." any fruit RaittlattSi

loudest praise for our fellow citizen publish full account of the plan of the There being no further business, on I I i VBI MV last three days. ]

and minister. From Monday's Jour- meeting which is to be along the notion council adjourned to meet ] In Memory of Major General ". D. The Suwannee rirw s.j|
lines of a regular Bible Conference again on May 6th, A. D. 1907, at 10
nal we clip the following beautiful re- | Balentlne.The low, and has been a It j
during the day, with preaching by
ference to Mr. Ridley's Sunday work: o'clock. C. H. BROWN, | brave, genial, kind-hearted months causing a
Dr. Broughton at 11 a. m., and 7:30 ,
Attest: Pres. of Council. I
"Rev. Caleb A. Ridley, of Live Oak, Balentine is no more on earth and steamboat service oa the>"

Fla., who was with Dr. Len G. p. m. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. Camp Finigan,- f Live Oak, Fla., The little steametjEeaiai
Mr. Ridley is in fine spirits and ;
Broughton when he got hurt some realizing that
| another of Florida's up here for repairs.The
says he. greatly enjoyed his trip and I FRANCHISE TAX BILL. '
days ago, and who remained in the brave sons, a Confederate veteran has
is looking forward to the greatest steel bridge scans
city to assist in Dr. Broughton's work passed away, takes this
meeting in Live Oak's history. Says New Measure to Tax Franchise Introduced '' method ot here, is nearing sons
for a few days. occupied the pulpitat 'I offering the heart-felt .
while he left Dr. and Mrs. Broughton by Senator Trammell.The sympathy to add much to the Weal
the Tabernacle both morning and tbe bereaved family of the list
in the hospital, they were both I l deceased, point. It Is proposed
night Sunday, also speaking to men following is a copy of a new and also,/o the comrades composing ,
improving and would soon be out pletion of tb@ bridge fep
only at 3 o'clock in the afternoon again. bill introduced in the senate by Senator the Florida division of United Con- brated by the people GI

"At the afternoon; meeting every Trammell which take the placeof federate Veterans for the loss we the riveand the ecr

man present, with two or three excep- his former franchise bill, which have all sustained in this sad bereave- Ja."I'
City Council Proceedings. doubt bring oat i
tions, professed faith. will be withdrawn: ment. Farewell! dear comrade, we dativecrowd..
"At the 11 o'clock hour Mr. Ridley Live Oak, Fla., May f Z,.19 0.7. "Section 1. That from and after love thy memory and would say to t

e, spoke on "God's Covenant With His City council met pursuant to ad- the passage and approval of this act, -hbse-near.and deaif to thee. on The Ladies JtetaBSJ*

People." It was pronounced a fines journment.' each and every corporation,exercising! earth you have the love and tender

service. Sometimes Mr. Ridley's Present. H. Brown, president of within this State the right or privilege sympathy of this camp, and we offer The Ladies Disd 't

; humor sparkled for a moment and ouncil, and Aldermen F. I. Robertson of a railroad, street railway, express this as a tribute of our esteem in held Its reguiar'm

then with the next breath his pathos S. J. White, J. M. Barclay and sleeping car, chair car, diningcar your behalf for your departed loved list church yesterday1 0

would melt the audience to tears. /. E, Wood. i. -: parlor car, refrigerator car, and our departed and loved com- The devotional

His message abounded in rich illus Bj vote of council, the- treasurer ferry,; terminal, transfer, telegraph, mander; Scripture reading. 51 .

: trations largely from personal obser- was instructed to pay the following telephone, water gas or electricity Farewell dear loved from the ''Foreign tf.j H

vation and experience. His text was bill against the city: company in rendering service to the Thou art gone from one us, "Our Home Field," *

from Second Chron. 714. There Arthur Pell, for services as arbit- public stall annually pay to the Yet we hope to meet thee were all very interest

: were four points of the outline, viz ator on water works, $150.00. State a license or.privilege tax equal Where after'
war and strife is done. I This was the 1
1. Humanity 2. Prayer. 3. Com- The treasurer was Instructed to to 2 per cent of the gross receipts off In pleasure lTk
sweet we lug our "Self
used meet
,-_ 'launion with God. 4. God's response present bill amounting to one half o such company from intra-state business And talk to ; I
of of f
the trials neat little sum 0
I from heaven. The pastor. Dr. tbe above amount to Thos. Dowling. done under such right or privilege And tell of the Rebel past Regular colIeAlon H 0

. ,f Broughton, lying in the infirmity, By vote of council, the followings wholly within this State during With which yell total of l_ *
we used the making | 1
t- heard the entire sermon and expresed arties were appointed to manage the the year: preceding the 1st day of July Yankees to seats
greet. boxes to toe
t himself as being greatly pleased city election to be held in the city oLive f then last past. Such payments shall But yet 11a
now we hope In MRS.GL
:with it."There. Oak, Florida, on May 7, A. D. be made to the State treasurer with- And in the future live peace to live r

were about 1,500 people present 1907. as inspectors, Albert William,' 'n thirty days from the let day of Around to meet
throne Morris
r at the morning service and fully Thomas Kennedy and W. T. }lcCulI July of each year, and a statement All God in Heaven; H.

f 2,000 at night. At the conclusion of I I I sera; as clerk J. H. McCullers. under oath $>f the amount, of such Then bowing relatives down of at our Savior's feet. building a nice >

f. the night sermon, there were fifty or :;: The clerk wag instructed '!O have; gross receipts shall at the same time Try tQ Imitate him the if noble man Dowling, at the l?+rk"
t. more who stood for prayer, and after 600 tickets printed for said election. be filled witty the Comptroller. Pay- And make sure to you carf.. ; 4,000.. The pled 1
t s: 4 ; the closing invocation by Mr. Ordinance No. 58, Introduced by1- >inent of such taxes map'be enforced meet oa the tt
Bright and
Etgrnal t< chore first-class,
.. --Ridley; several hundred_people" rush- I I. Roberson, a member of the city under warrants Issued by the State Is'no more"",-L. A where* parting electrte t
"ed. 'to the front to shake' his hands council: was put upon its first reading Comptroller, !u. like manner as the piled with s
and' hank him'lor the=messAge the I .by- sections. By vote, of council payment taxes by railroad'compan REV. L. M. SKELTON modern improvea'Subscribe ?
( .
day, it was a great sarrice. It passed its first reading. By two-: tea areafoPCed1f any-Mc& -com (,Pernandina Chairman' :,Cp> mittze. i '
.. papers please copp;) !
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