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 25, 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: UF00075905:00061
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: Grow: Warm In House<<, l"nlftI'S1t7Pt-eslde, t and Ex-Gov..Jeaoo ]

.hjmary Election and I. I. nings Prevented from' :Engaging in

....... Measures Fist Fight by Senator HumphreysTalahassee. ,

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. April 25. 1907. ;The April 25.-A personal i
encounter occured last night
rot Of the session occurred in
yesterday morning when. r shortly after 8 o'clock In the lobby
iB g through second read- I of the Leon Hotel in which Hon W. j

. being amended numerous S. Jennings ex-governor of 'Florida

< oa third reading the Watsonpjijbill 7 / Dr. Lincoln Hulley, president of

was lost by a'vote of 29 Stetson University and Hon. Steve ..

ii soon as it was seen that J R. Melton representative from Du-
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frg,] wu lost Mr. Carter of Ala- val county figured as chief princi J

" changed his vote from aye to I pals.This

pd cave notice that this morn- encounter was a sepuel to J

It would ask a reconsideration o1adverse ..rl many prior events so far as.the two '

vote. ,This parliamentary : first named gentlemen are concerned, j

Mirer. made the vote stand 26 to l one of these events being the meeting !

1: of the State Baptist Convention at y

tarewntative<> Reese of Escambia Live Oak. and later but more particularly '1

' 'deeiiiTe victory in the defeat I the session this afternoon of A
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the Senate Judiciary committee for a
}11l. Nearly a we k ago when 1/ f
put upon on second reading he "4/I I the purpose of considering the bill |]

amendment striking out I now beforethat body affecting the 1j
nd u /
.ft charter of'Stetson University at De- 7
'the bin the provision that those :. .
+ i : Land. At this session Dr. Hobson 1
teuiot e read sufficiently well to .
pir*_ tielr ballots may have the ( of Jacksonville, was the first speaker

tuca of one or more of the in- and in favor of the bill. Dr. Hul- J

but lost out overwhelming- ley following with strong and em,1

seven answering to roll callof ) phatic opposition and' bad not con- ._;

the amendment. The day cluded when the committee adjourned !

I VIr. Reese made a motion 8:::, for supper. 4
.1 the entire section'3 from the Shortly after the latter important 4]

.11 weald have deprived theM MacauUy I .in' New York Worlo. event in the lobby of the Leon Hotel \\

those who are unable by the altercation referred to was made'

:of lameness to prepare their age of the act which Mr. Reese and r the bill on its merits. Mr. MacWll- which Is being championed moat a special order. A question of veracity ]

of the assistance of the in- Mr. Farris contended would permit [liams, of St. Johns made the only energetically by Representative Decker between the ex-governor and the ,

While this amendment was firms or corporations to pay poll taxes speech against sustaining the veto of Hlllsborough, will have a good university president arose and both .1

steeping thaw: the first. It for voters within.. thirty days of a holding that the principle involvedwas I I deal of influence-oa the fate ot-the prepared. to settle the. matter in good 3!

twelve votes instead several primary election in which they were worth more to the state than all proposed counties to be created respectively old iuh ned'stYle., when Senator -1

by :Mr. while Mr. the lands in the Joe and ethers inter. .
itei havlag-etome to the conclude supported DuPont Everglades though out of Dade Volusia and Humphries '-f

the first roll call that the Watson contended to the contrary he had no personal fight to make on I the northern and southern portions ; vened. Mr. Melton of Days stays ,

HI,Ejected to was fraught with with greater force, doubtless In- the Internal improvement board and I of DeSoto. The representatives from ing he resented an interference in a

ft.( Numerous amendments were fluenced a number of the members on hoped thee would be successful in :Hillsborough and Volusia are lined private conversation became. mixed .>It'

mA and accepted, and several the final vote. their suits with the corporations believing divided upon the questions that con- up in the "rucus" and got in a blow ,1.

Sown. and until the bill had The feature of the day perhaps with ,Mr. Carter that many of from their counties while Mr. Wat- which, however, did not appreciably

.the third time its passage was the sustaining of Governor Bre the grants were unlawful. .son, of Dade, and Mr. Hooker of De- injure Dr. Hulley, who, within the ,

ni, certain. But the freuent at- ward's veto of the bill passed at the The roll call showed 13 votes in Soto are very strongly anti-division. next few minutes, proceeded to the j

*-alf along' the line had greatly last session to turn over to the state favor of passing the bill over the Citizens from all the counties and capitol and resumed hid argument 4 j

mi- the support of the bill and treasurer all moneys in the internal governor's veto and 42 against its proposed counties interested are herein before the committee. Mr. Melton's :

>after an hour's discussion yes- Improvement fund, which the gover- passage. the interest of their respective position was that the divine had, un- :

L morning Mr. Griggs, of nor vetoed, assigning as his reason The special and select orders of the measures. invited intruded upon a private con-

forced the issue by moving that it would establish a precedentthat day occupied the most of the atten- versation.and insulted the gentlemanwith

0111 question over the ob- this fund was subject to legislative tion of the house yesterday morning At the Baptist Church.C. whom he was cenverslng. Including 4

of some of the strongest op- direction and control, which The Matthew's bill authorizing Governor Jennings. ;1

cf. the bill, it was evident would<< lead to confusion. Mr. Carter special counsel for the railroad com A. Ridley. The affair is greatly regrettedAn
sustain mission passed on third reading Next Sunday morning, at the Bap- audience that more than taxed
M was
,. losing strength fast of Alachua. led the fight to
tie chances seemed favorable the governor, making a long speechin and the Carter bill providing for tist church the pastor will speak, the seating capacity of the Supreme

s5age- The roll call on final favor of the drainage of the Everglades an assistant attorney general was In- and also announce the plans in detail Court room was attracted by*both the

wu so closely divided from and generally sustaining definitely postponed. A bill submit- for the Broughton meetings, whichare afternoon and night sessions of the
finanace and soon to begin. If this city desiresa committee and Stetson, just now, is
tush that few, if any. knew Governor: Broward's contentions as to ted by the committee on
the law religious awakening and the salva- very much, and most assuredly in the
Tars and nays were added the duties of the trustees in the taxation amending the present
*the vote had gone. A change execution of the trust from the federal relative to having a license for carry- tion of the people there never was a ime-light.
better time to show it. I am goingto
vote only would have made it government, though he said his ill ing firearms, was passed on third
ask of the local
dish would have prevented its health had prevented his looking In- reading after former very lengthy the co-operation PASSENGER: RATES. C

***. while a change of only two to the question of whether the legislature discussions on various phases of the pastors as well as many others from
out-of-town and hope to have a Bible
wt of the 5( would also passed had control over the internal question. Railroad Officials Given a Hearing
conference along with Dr. Broughton's -
Whether the supporters of improvement fund in the manner con- In the Senate. Before the State Railroad
It at time of
meeting. comes a
will be able to recover their templated by the vetoed bill, or not. Conunision.
ttzucth Senate bill. Nos. 8 and %26. by Mr I year when the people are not busy
sufficiently by thisto He would not discuss this, however
Trammell, relating to franchise taxes I and co we want to meet each morn- Atlanta April 24.-The second day
reconsider the vote of merits of the bill which, he argued
were made special order for Monday ing at 9:30 and have godly men of the third hearing of the Georgia
aj ud
pass the bill remains convincingly would operate
kes.- very afternoon, and a motion to reconsider speak on spiritual topics for one and railroad commission of the petition
It U unquestionable that the work of the
Iber seriously this action after a lengthy discussion half hours, then all the people will of the Farmers' Union for a reduc-
toted against the bill who trustees, and leave the fund open to
iet5 was adopted by a vote of 12 to come together to hear Broughton at tion of passenger rates to two cents
very pronounced in favor- the companies which are
attack by o'clock. In the afternoon, from mile, occupied with the repliesof
I 10, in order to give certain interested 11 a was
which when reduced the trustees under the land
tad parties an opportunity to be heard, 2 to 4, we will continue our Bible several railroads to the arguments
Of, analysis was really the grants of preceding legislatures. In and then on motion of Mr Trammell, study class and have Dr. Broughton advanced by the petitoners W J.
<att. as charged the of his speech he paid a
by the course
Of the the committee on corporations, which speak again at 7:30. If the people Craig passenger traffic manager of
leg b Its measure and frankly high tribute to Governor Browardand has the bills in charge, was requestedto will lay aside business for a few days, the Atlantic Coast Line, \V. A. Win-
J and
tae Tote foes so it Is possible to the press of the state report them not later than Wednesday and give some time to Bible study burn, second vice president of tae

may be reconsidered. warmly endorsed the idea advancedby I and prayer in this connection, mark Central of Georgia, and S. H Hard-

other hand the surprising the Pensacola Journal, of which I. to my words, God will give us such a wick, passenger traffic manager of
developed by the opponents Hon. Frank L. Mayes is editor that a. Senator Adams' bill relating I I blessing as we have never had in all the Southern railway made state-
lbeaaure since the first be cut across the maintenance and protection of county
0UI4 tug of ship canal should read- our lives Come to the Baptist ments verbally or written protesting
indicate that the Florida declaring this convicts was carried on third
.lu&ut Watson peninsula of church Sunday and let me tell you against the proposed reduction of

5t doomed. would be more effective in the settle- Ing.A Mr Crane about the work now being laid out.I rates. Mr. Craig said that the aver-
bill by .
q 1neuure.> Messrs. Reese. ment of the rates of transportationthan very important am to go to Richmond and Norfolk age rate received by his line is 2.70
bavat, and commissions of the 11 tho was introduced, provid- '
11e Knight of Col- a thousand railroad :May 15th and will then complete my, cents per mile for passenger tarffic
Mr.Watson Mr ing for the appropriation of $75,000
; was second- could be. Mr. Reese
for the conferenceand
at remaining detail in the state; Mr Winburn declared ,
Griep In his with for an armory to be erected .
advocacy of Parkinson of Volusia, agreed
51 the meeting that the average received by the
arc. referred to
1)fr. Reed declared Mr. Carter In his views as to the Tampa, which was .
Central in 1906. was 2 45% cents a
eo'.Jn1on'system would be merits of the bill and the trust Im- committee on mllltaraffairs.
fresh The show windows of the Ladies' mile, and Mr. Hardwick said that a
the;. division a
proposed primary posed upon the state and Mr. Petti- rate in would
Immense. two-cent Georgia meanto
,pile!!r. Watson bill today with the introductionof Emporium are something
claimed to be grew, socialist, attacked the as impetus fad with the Southern railway actual loss of -
Mr. Parkinson. of Volusia It seems to be quite a :
V.fl' Primary man and the one which would give the land grant a bill by :
county of Atlantic and clerks to adorn windows and they are money.
'tio. w primary ,bill to be corporations and railroads too goodan to create the of Hon. A. P. Jordan I vieing with each other, with the result ', The hearing was concluded late today
+ VlOrl4& of the fund with the '
He In- get
opportunity. to from the south- that Live Oak is on a par with and the commission has taken
-' It. i 11.;good faith he Mr. Malone of. Monroe, disagreed and other county. It Is larger cities in this line We think', the petition under consideration. It
.. e-irgi! iature part of DeSoto
'i wanted to with Governor Broward's' opinion as ern the this latter decoration exceeds any- will be several days before a ruling

old..ala,4"Jt as welt asgalt71a ; to legislative control but announcedthat generally conceded Pinellas that county passage bill. thing ever before seen In Live Oak is made.
passing or killing of the
the langut he would vote against

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UAlLy'DJOIOC'R&r. THrRSDAY. APIUI* r:. 100':. T
'9 SUE OAK -

to the northern bounadry of Wilbur PROFE
f "Pneumonia Deadly Work '. Jut Because ORDINANCE.No. M. I street .as it now stands-,..ninnin g atfrifht

affected''y' right your, cough-la only Ik the throat and An, Ordinance: to 'amend'Sections angles to said Ohio avenxa -1033! c.s.ssowa, eJ
i has so seriously No. 11 of the In White's Addition
does not troubleyou -now. don't J", 2 and 7 of Ordinance feet to White street
lung" writes Mrs.. Fannie Connor.. ; City oT-Live Oak. Ftorldaf being an In said City of Live Oac.-FlOf k
ateolioo. WhenIt
think that It needs no
f. of Rural Route I, Georgetown Tenn.. Ordinance entitledAtf ordinance ida excepting therefrom three feetattroH'
has not had much of a start is the the running at large on the the -northern-,side -oSParshley --the, _
t "Uiat,I. coughed.' continuously, might j I time to check .it. The- slightest! prohibit streets .of the City of Live Oak of family burial grounds,
and day and the aelghbors' predict : and goats; and is included in said descriptionand '
s cough easily leads to Pneumonia, horses mules; hogs which PImISt: ;
tiOUiOIlsumptionaeemed. Jnevtt: Impounding' ana iron fence inclosing
Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle to provide for the within -
able, until my husband brought home I If of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will disposing of the same" passed said burial grounds. LITJQ.U: [. -, '-_ .:.
and approved That condemnation
September 30th. 1903 Section II.
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
a: cure that cough. The price puts It October 6th. 1SI 03. proceedings shall be Instituted in,the DR
which in my ease proved to be the within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be It ordained>y 'the""Mayor" and I name of the City of Live Oak. in accordance J'zPhp's

t only real cough cure and restorer oft nee Drug Co. dw" City'Council of the City of Live Oak with the provisions of the "
weak sore lungs." When all other | Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided

remedies utterly fall. you may: still I able publications of Its kind published Section la. That Section 1, Section I I for the purpose of carrying i Office: CarroU" _
;: lung andr d in the United States. It is 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance out the provisions of Section 1 of Bum
win in the. battle ,against Resid
'I 1 printed on heavy book paper and contains No. 16 of the City of Live Oak. I I this, Ordinance. encuEPboenOma.
throat troubles with, New Discovery, thirty-four pages, Is published Florida being an ordinance entitled I Section III. That this ordinance .73a "
the real cure. Guaranteed by Barclay I on.the 25th of each month. Each and i "An ordinance to prohibit the running -: shall take effect upon its passage by lii. f

& Groover druggists. 50c and every department Is In charge of an at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the Dna 8tcn)aiaaeATTOR1 :

'1 1.00. Trial bottle flee., dw t expert. No one who has a horse, cattle City of Live .Oak* of horses mules j Mayor, or upon Its becoming an -.I
or live stock should be without hogs and goats and to provide for ordinance without the approval of the &'BR -

; U--,.,_- "or I I publication.; the impounding and disposing of the l I Mayor. M.

WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM a handsome same," approved October 6, 1903 bean Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
.the same are hereby amended so Robertson, and passed by City ---
32*page monthly publication, r
as to read aVfpUqws; ; Council regular session assembled rEYdUVS
k What Fire Dollar and Seventy-Five printed'on heavy book paper and ,"Section'-' Horses, mules nogs on.this 8th day-of April, A. D. 1907. ...
t : Cents Will ,Do., contains manyl'andsome.' "It: Is'a publication haj.t-tone'that And goats shall not be allowed to runt CHAS. H. BROWN, o.tg,, dSt 4

This paper, at,quite an expense anda Is edited by the Hon. A.. C. Maxwell,; "< large upon any ,of the streets alleys ,. President. City Council. war iaI sn e.is.a __4f '
great deal of work has arranged a one of the best-known writers in this lane. unenclosed property of [Attest-. -- : Beatll"E s en.All ..
; ,Club offer of fourteen well-known country No publication in its class the CHy. of Uve. Oak, and that cows S.-P.MAYS. City-Clerk. ,eel... b.n".....

t Papers and Magazines. Including the compares with Maxwell's Talisman. shall net be Allowed to ,run at large I, 3:"P. Mays. City Clerk of the Nrraar Pbsuc1An.
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for It has.been published at Chicago, in. upon any,. of", the streets lanes x>r City of'Ltve,Oak, Florida do hereby '-
only $3": Realizing-that we could for i public highways;of the said City,4orother certify that the- above and foregoing DIXpDEh
seven years.
: largely Increase our circulation, we unenclosed premises, within Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass- u.M. ,

;" entered into a\contract to use the THE FARM MONEY. MAKER Is a' the following boundary in said- Cityof ed by.the City Council on the 8th day ..
t Papers and Magazines that compose large, handsome publication which Live Oak Florida/4.0-wlC Of April A D. 1907. 'and the same .. '
; this Club. The Daily Democrat does has been running a great many years Beglnnlg at a point where Irvin is hereby certified to the Mayor for _
not "make accent out of this offer. in Cincinnati, O., and contains various and First streets intersects and running his approvaL OaTopoN -
( In fact, we lose money, but by In- departments In regard to every south to where Irvln and sari Witness my hand and seal of said rl..: CIon:_,

creasing our circulation we can secure part of the farm and also has many roll streets Intersect, thense east to City this 8th day ot April, A. D. Wou.. :
more advertising and also' get a bet- well-known writers In charge of Houston street thence south along ,

t ter rate for same. No paper ever before special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street, thence 1907.Seal) S. P. MAYS T. J.
made an offer that equals ours. home and also matter that is Interesting east on John street to Church street, City Clerk. LYLEWATCHMAKEC

Every paper goes to you for one full and of value to every member I thence south on Church street to corporation -I Examined and approved by me Practical

t. year. All are well known and long I I of the family.SOUTHERN. line-, thence east on corporation this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.
established and worth maay times the POULTRY FANCIER.This line to White street, thence M. E. BROO IE, Mayor.Mr. Us351ear" i
? price we ask. They are from the magazine Is devoted to poultry north on White street to Howard -

South North East and West. Their and 'all of its departments and is street thence east on Howard streetto S. L. Bowen of Wayne, W. ez
combined values Including the Live published at Atlanta Ga. Each Issue a point opposite Georgia avenue, Good stock of Watdw, J
\ Oak ,Dally Democrat is over $13.00. contains from 40 to 50 pages printedin thence north to and along Georgia Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from

; We are, only able to make this offer magazine form on heavy book pa- avenue to the northeast corner of Kidney disease so that at times I

r for: a very short time and It will positively per. Anyone that has chickens, plgeop.s.Jet.stock. Bryson street and Georgia avenue, could not get out of bed, and whenI t..E.SossxsOL tROBEN
be withdrawn soon. If you thence due north along section line
offered ; turkeys geese ducks. did r could not stand straight. I 8 ;
want the besl'JiJ&rgaln ever to a point opposite Fifth street,
will but make
not only save
you .order the ,Club now. Do not money by having this we -known thence west to and along Fifth streetto took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar -

wait for yon may nesitate too long. magazine before them. If anyone Atlantic Coast Line railroad bottle and part of the second -

If you are already a subscriber to any takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney A'ITORNEY&A1'.;
or all of the papers in the Club, your Coast Line railroad to First street .
say that it isxme wf the best of its Cure works wonders where othersare Will do general
time will be extended one year from and is handsome readable tbence west, along First street to practice .1
date of your order. Probably you do and kind valuable as a poultry paper as Is I point of beginning." total failures. City Pharmacy ,Federal Coca.ROOMS .
to have all of the Papers and "Section II. It shall be the dw*
not care published we will send same to them dutyof I 1 ass I [Dr-STia&ita\
Magazines sent to your address. If tbree months as an absolute present. the City Marshal or any deputy TBOKShCBiUVE
not, you can split the Club and have 1 Marshal or policeman. of the said CLERK AND OAL cOLE
them sent ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNAL., City to take, possession.of and placeIn Live Oak FUu. April II, 1907
two or more parties can Is published In Boston and no matter be
addresses or a pound to provided for that Commissioners -
come in together and divide the Club what price is paid for a similar pub- purpose any horse mule hog or goat The Board of County ? .3Css
acount of the will be able to securea of County F:19rlda.: at .
among themselves. On lication, no one found by bins .or ,them running at Suwannee :
limited time that we will be able to publication at the same price which large upon-any of the streets alleys.: a meeting called for and held on said es Cd4s1 Prnwti
offer we will be will equal this one. It Is published In
make this wonderful highways or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commissioners -
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and child- within said City and likewise -
anyone. We take pleasure in givinga ren and It is worth many times the take possession of and placein said W. A. Tison, M. L. Burnett ,

short sketch. of' each paper in the price that is asked for the entire pound any tow found by him or them and,J. H. Grant, appointed the following ChambeCoSc.

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

THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published alleys, lanes, public highways or Clerks of an election, to be. held In -Cholera &DiarM|-
Memphis Tenn.. is in its seventeenthyear. In New York In magazine form; other unenclosed property of said said County on May 2. 1907. :.
It is published monthly on the and Is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the bound-
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh magazines of its kind ever producedby aries prescribed In Section I hereof." District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers, Almost eroyfidrof.

"L. Bedferd its editor, Is one of the any publisher. It is full of Inter- I i' "Section VII. For catching and'impounding J. E. Davis and Tho\ J. Kenady, In- a reliable feffiq rdanhea
best-knQwn agricultural writers in the esting matter and contains articles stock under this ordinance spectors; A. J. Williams, Clerk.

1 United States He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal shall be entitled I 'District No. 2.-W. E. Harrell, J. at woe tb' (
farm near Memphis and also has a best-known writers In the country. to the following fetes namely: year. ,'
large cotton plantation in Mississippi' This magazine will please all, no matter ,For catching and impounding horses n. Bassett and H. A. Thompson In- Tha remedy i w

and an orange and fruit farm in how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head,' spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk. by dealer who bate st

Florida. lie is ably assisted by a what they read. goats thirty cents per head hogs one District No. 3.-Will McLeod G. and bow*:
number of department editors dollar per, head._ ,For feeding and many pears
large THB PRACTICAL FARMER. This W. Goff and A. M. Moseley Inspec- It hu lecOTolis
special writers and correspondents. taking car of such stock while in j
The Journal makes a specialty of its ivell-known\ magazine which Is published .pound for horses mules and cows he tors; W. D. Whatley Clerk. testimonials bxot ptcfj?

Cotton. Manufacturing, Lumber and of the In most Philadelphia successful is of not its only kind one shall receive forty cents per day per District :No. 4.-L. C. Young. J. H. It has bens pry

Industrial Departments in additionto but without doubt one of the most head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble. Inspec- skians with toe OI
full complete depart-I per day per head each for advertis-
and ;
carefully edited papers in the United tors; Ed. McLeod. Clerk. results.It .
Garden. Fruit, ing and selling such animals
ments of the Home shall:;
Farm Poultry Cattle. Live Stock, States. Any farmer planter or, in receive the sum of fifty cents for District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T. has often savd ff

etc. It is vesy readable and full of fact, anyone who has fruits and flowers. borses, mules or cows per head, and L. Dorsett and W. M. George In- medicine could Lave teor
live stock poultry.
bright snappy news and contains 32 will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- spectors; B. E. Martin Clerk. a physician ttsnnos

pages. will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome, S. It only each a IP*
of Indianapolis "hog" under this ordinance shall betaken
THE AMERICAN FARMER times the price that they pay for the afford ni *
to include "pigs." *"i G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. In- you to
been published
Ind., has
twenty-one years and Is ably edited entire Section Ha. That this Ordinance spectors; J. H. Newsome Clerk. little? BUY ff N

by Hon,Solon L. Goode. Each Issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE shall take effect immediately upon District'No. 7.-T. P. Hurst. T. Z.
from this is published in New York In magazine its passage by the Council and ap-
full poem
contains a page Hurst and B. M. Holland Inspectors
writer. It Is published form and contains from 30 to 60 proval by the Mayor as to mules ;

monthly well-known and contains 24 pages. ThereIs I pages each Issue. This wellknownpublication horses goats and bogs but shall not A. J. Bass. Clerk. THOMPSON & I

no better paper for the home and I contains many interesting go Into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-O. H. Dorman, J. "
farm than this well-known publica stories, and some of the most valuable from its passage by the City Council. M. Kite and J. H. Johns Inspectors; and Defivey
tion. I articles which are prepared by Passed by City Council In regular', J. E. Clerk. Drays
\ is published well-known writers. Every department session this 8th day of April. A. 9. Furniture moving ei-:
SUCCESSFUL FARMER Is fully covered by experts in 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN District No. 9.-S. W. Gary, W. R. .,'
at established.Des Moines Each Ia., and issue has contains I this publication. One of the most Interesting President City Council. More,and Calvin Sistrunk, Inspectors; Hauling Spf
long is that conducted Attest
: Stewart WO
60 and it is one Smith. Clerk. STQVE
50 to pages
by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I. .
! of the handsomest and most complete "For the Little Fellows" District No. 10.-A. H. Hall, L.
world. tbe head of S. P. Mays City Clerk of the ;
publications of Its kind of the In 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 j

Every department represented in this paper Another is "Decoration of Your certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. L. Sealey. Clerk. of promptly GIi
home is fully Home" and another valuable depart- Ordinance No. 56 ,
and each of these departmentsis regularly passed District No. 11.-S. Phillips H. '
ment under the head of by the City Council on the 8th busines.1i'
It is a very day
in charge of an expert.and U a month- I err," also a department. of "..tmusingthe of April A. D. 190., and the same C. Kight and A. M. Lewis. Inspectors

{ Laadsoine publication 1 Children and another one under Is hereby certified to the Mayor for T. A. Mlkell. Clerk.
published on book paper.GREEN'S I heal of "Home and How to
: the his approval. District No. 12.-S. D. Hugglns, J H. J. MO
FRUIT GROWER of I Really Male it Home aDd another Witness my hand and seal of said
Rochester N. Y., has been publishedfor department under the head of "Our City this 8th day of April A. D. D. Goss and J. J, Holmes Inspectors; an,
twentysevenears., and is edited I Beauty Doctor There are many 1907. J. H. Anderson Clerk. ContractorApply

by Col. Chas. A. Green who Is said I, ott-pr interesting articles in this publication (Seal S. P. MAYS, District No. 13.-H. E. Delegal, W. forand pto. ,
to be the best-known writer of this which space alone forbids us
City Clerk. Reynolds and
A. C.
kind in the world. He ii ably assist- to mention. Any subscriber to this Examined and approved by. Johnson. In- s
:- ed by Prof. II. E. Van Deman as assistant I Clubb will after reading this paper this 9th day of April A. D. 1907. spectors; J. J. Corbett Clerk. Ohio Ave.**'>
two well-known believe renew their subscription District No. 14. Office on
editor. These I we M. E. BROOME. Mayor. T. C Williams,
gentlemen also have a large numberof for same from year to year withoutany I*. B. Davis and T. G. Hall. Inspec-
department editors and special I solicitation upon the part of any-
tors W.
; Mclnnis
writers. This magazine alone is one. ORDINANCE NO. 57. fi-

worth the price that we ask for the All of the above Magazines and An Ordinance providing for the District No. 15.-T. J. Lanier J. The Great

entire Club. In Its class, no paper Papers contain stories and reading establishing opening and extending A. Gilby and J. J. Collins Inspectors;

la this country compares with it. matter for every and all members of 'of Wilbur street in the City of Live A. L. Burton. clerk 4 Bromo..PII

r MODERN STORIES, of New York, the family from the smallest babyto Oak, Florida from the east side of District No. 16E. K. Goff, A J.
is a handsome and well known publication the oldest member. Every depart Ohio avenue eastward to White Futch and D. W. Harrell .
" r which is published monthlyand ment of the home farm and businessare : street in '% bite's Addition to said J. C. Inspectors; -Note the
Is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred, and thirty-two Brock Clerk.
monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pic- (10,3 2) feet, said. street to be fifty District No. 17.-J. S. Parker. T. CURESOn

-t' worth the entire price of the Club. tures and illustrations in these publications (50) feet in width W. Scott and W. H. Johnson Insp'Vtors '

Carefully edited and contains matters i during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor and ; H. B. Brown Clerk. 5
that will Interest every member o* the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Live Oak. The the
I I papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: Board ordered the Clerk to
family.SOUTHWEST be able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1'. That Wilbur street in prepare the official ballot to be votedat So Opiates
MAGAZINE Is pub-,|of this kind, composed of such representative -1 the City of Live Oak Florida as it said special election !
the first of I to be held in Alt 1rUbk4
lished at St. Louis Mo., on Papers and Magazines and now standS'be opened, fxtended and this
each month, and contains from (0 to | we can say to each and everyone established from the eastern side of on May 2nd, 1907 and Pot

79 pages. It Is one of the best-known that our offer is worth majiy time Ohio avenue In said -City 'fifty place thereon the names of all quailed Ciiyf*

magazines published and is In Its the price of $ .':5. and no one willmake in wldth, at rightngles: with feet p electors who, by reason of peti The
fifth year. It is handsomely gottenup : a nistake In taking advantage Ohio'venue"eastward to White street Lion or certificate are entitled ) LIVED***
to hare
aud contains many interesting of-same.-* %X '", in White's Addiiton to the said City their
articles, full of valuable information We caU your. attention to the advertisement of Live Oak. the ,northern: boundary names printed thereon. 41-23-trwrvs.
Cor" every member of the family. and of the Club elsewhere of which 'sad extension, shall bea -Z6tb, The Board.adjourned to meet_April_

will please all.it.OOIED In tMidittos.. You will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio 1905... alri ut'

STOCK MAGAZINE is I| detailed information In regard to the avenue from a point on the eastern W. A. TISON, Chairman. :

one cf the handsomest and most read- 'Club. side of Ohio avenue directly opposlta J. W. BRYSON Clerk. : rakes IC1dMt!

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HAT $517 Gas. U'GEE'S wells ol by kidney tateieDE. BACILA.CHXA31O dlca&i a.

BUT*. Ml* and ratSabl*
ear*. It It doesn't do waat
of the Best Known and Most w sal. set onr moas
lixteen i hach. I3ton fate terriDl Qis.e .
Pus 7ourself on the
" road t*b alta to-day bj buoetu 7 JLIVE'
1 fat t your drvx t
Readable Papers and Magazines Ufa 50o and a bome. :D -

jute United ,States and the LIVE> OAK DOILY DEMOGRflT\ t .,. -.. L.. "- ';"'.:.. .....
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ONLY To Contractors and Prospective Builders:. .


i At*a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation! and Give Our furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand. 4

.. Subscribers the Best of Everything, we Have Made Arrange- Plaster, Laths amI'all kinds of Bricks r

ii r ments to Offer'Them the OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask,for prices.

Greatest; Clubbing Oiler Lw Presented bo a Paper The Live Oak' Brick & Supply Co.Etc I IIIllIl'lIIlIllIlliI

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The season is at hand for subscribing for jour newspapers and magazines for the new year. This
t.th: are of popular enlightenment through the products of the printing press. The family which is
: ,lied with an abundance. of good clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the process
.?'eeif-edaeationThe man woman or child who is reading good newspapers and magazines is- going to Oak & Commission
alool as truly.as if enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which had an abundance Brokerage. Co.
attractive reading matter always at hand to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incident
duldhood. To supply the universal American..demand for high-class periodical literature, we have
TInged! nth the several publishers interested whereby we can offer you

SfMteen Great Papers and Maoazlneslor the Price ol only$5.75. Flour # Cigars I

Snowflake, Comet, Oblisk Anita reminder

: : = Look at this Wonderful List

When you eat good br such as these brands

Planters Journal, Memphis, Tenn. Southwest Magazine, St. Louis, Mo. bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIALmake .

American. 'Farmer,Indianapolis, Ind. Blooded Stock, Oxford,'Pa. ::
Chew Taffy Spoke Cigars of this
Successful Farming, Des Moines, Ia. Housekeepers Magazine, Minneapolis.The .
brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new
1's TalismanMagazineCHcago. The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland....
The Farm Monsy Maker, Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston.

Green's Fruit Grower, Rochester,N. Y. Home Queen Magazine, New York "
Chewing Gum Coffee
Modern Stories Magazine, New York Practical Farmer, Philadelphia

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

Live Oak Brokerage X Commission Co.In
SEVENTEEN Great Weeklies and Monthlies m ined Price over $13.50 .
.t, .. !

!fis.Qff. f is ;Good Only For a Very Short Time Your Laundry Workwe : GRAND

rit' f already -a subscriber) to any or all i t,

; 8f these papers your time will be extend EXCURSIONTO

r ed one" year on receipt of the Combination I i I

f: Price I: TO

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

f Clubs ,

K you don't want all the papers sent to one address, you can split the dub and have
Y them sent to any number of different addresses. feel sure we can give you tbe ON

lsewhere' in this issue you win find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers added greatest stiffness satisfaction.and a glorious There is gloss an
fi in lur dub. 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 jour pppearance linen. and Bring lengthens your Shirts the life, Col-of .

save, lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White and .
- Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our I Come one and all and enjoy your-

_ n ape! 11lhlui Oli lee e is 4'Iell' II_ Knmm oM ore lrom I the e Nmm, 8 8oll1 hOS1fllld[ Wesl quickly Laundry and manner, and carefuly you at will done a have satisfactoryprice. in a satisfactory them wannee selves. Music Brass furnished Band. Don't by the miss Su-

.. hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

|very Paper Goes to You; For 1 Full Year ; freshments.ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr.B. .

Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE J. MADISON, President.

r 1E&8R- ,. [ IH18 GREAT OHm IS FOR fl II SNORT IE ONLY J. F. WEBB 139. i JAMES A. NEAL Music, Teacher.

on work and will guarantee satisfaction We hare opened up a barber shop
t . . . . . It . . . . . . . . . . at best prices. Reference: S.. oa Ohio avenue In the White building
+r A. Hinely. Live Oak. Call at Demo- and solicit the patronage of the
crat oftice.OLEYllONFYfAP. white people. Shop is newly fitted
- Dollars and Seventy-Five Cents up clean.and everything kept neat and

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*" IYE OAK DAILY DHOCMT : Ion Robertson, who started the ii ... i . H ,1 ," ......... ,

here several years ago
.;. Published every Afternooa : has been connected with the : "-The World's Pi ; .
f Except Sunday. t for *lhw Est -eighteen. r ,
-. ;resident;ot "a ,
; vice *
thSJ being
J. F. SHERWOOD, Editor and Ma'cr. ; oak PublishIdg C
THE LITE Oil PUBL1SHIHG COMP11T. will sever his connection with be if it were not for some of the pie asurestermingled .' hat .
about the 1st of 1fe

Entered at the Postofflce, Live Oak. I pager, and .go to Green Cove : with our work and worry. .,.- ,>

Florida., as Second Class. Mail Mat- where be has purchased the ;:... -
ter; November 7. 1905. County Times. lIr. Robertson "?U1Iict:

,TJroung ;man/> .e1Ittenent. news- pleasure f; <
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be qualifications has made a
: mailed tcv any part of the Untied In business here In Live Oak in their s&oe ;

States postage prep lr. for $5.00 only changes base because he I.,.... ply because
per year; $2.50 for six months; of his own the
to run a
$1.25 for three months, or 60 cents found
i will wish him'saccess in his new th
for fire weeks. In advance. Delivered !
to any part of the city by and social circles will miss hrthe '
carrier for 10 cents per week. ''Robertson. Q
I for $.1.00 ther :t1

L FOR STATE SENATOR. : I Omaha. and man claims has that accumulated his living ish,: hobby shoe for every foot, and as Quaker j

Seventeenth Senatorial District. have never exceed 15 I by experts, in a Specialty factory,
-Th*friends-Mrl :J. B. Johnson ; a day.- Miami News. '\Vhai 4 over foot

berebranptt.mjerfls> sambas a candidate delightful life that man's lasts and oat of the best and mo t popular 1eathert \i :

; for State Senator and earnestly has brought him.. nut no sure to fit well and give satisfaction which
Solicit the support of all good true to him the counting of his means{(

F, Democrats at the special" election to is as enjoyable a thing as'It Is f "Quaker" shoes are made by the Good 1eafil*"
:be held in Suwannea county, on of ns'to sit down to a fine por-
'fcay 2nd. .!'VOTERS. fresh mushrooms t doipg away with the tacks, wax and thread l
i : ,... steak with t
t- ---. Saratoga chips. LIt all Depends f side of so shoes that hurt '
FOR STATE:SENATOR. r '. many burn and blsttt&
and.,habit. But? then. :
I hereby announce myself as !A .; This that
Jtreature doesn't know means, thay are soft and pliable. :!
candidate for'the office of State Sen- .<
ator for the Seventeenth Senatorial a'real glorious thing life'is.n'd All in all, with every item summed
flood of thanksgiving that upt yoawjjlk,,
District of Florida, and respectfullysolicit
the support of the Democratic over and warms the human the "Quaker" shoe is'the best shoe that can be 1;

voters of Suwann, county. j when realizing the bounties and $3.00.
of Providence. His enjoy- --.J
W. A. TISON. a
:\ is flat, sordid selfish; and when Remember ask for
I to "Quker"-"The shoe tit f
I to leave the one thing he has .. -
Now Is the time to pull together -why, God help him hurt." -,_ '*%i

:: t for Suwannee county. : he will know the taste of the

Here is the latest. Harry Thaw's }1 I I of Sodom' .-Tampa Tribune. Dowling Lumber&"Nav Stel 3

half-brother says Harry is cray and I school superintendents of
should be In an insane asylum. I in convention assembled op- I

state uniformity of text-books BOWLING
Twenty million people are facing respectfully suggest that this FLORIDAVISIT I
should close the debate. A . ,
starvation in Russia and millions are
threatened with death from faminein form all the teachers of the

China. Is the only decision that would THE POPUL R HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESCG I
authoritative) but in default

Florida was the second state to se- the opinion of the superin DOWLING PAHWAV
cede from the Union and now she is should avail. Of, Course the

to be the first in testing the constitutionality has the power to override
of the 14th and 15thamendnientg.WaycrossHerald. or both of these but even then
force: would remain with DOWN UPO THE SUWANNEC tivcr
s and with the officials
i for them. Teaching today Mineral Springs Hotel and Colt
Editor Watterson having been :
for which special train
required, and the teaches
know when he gets settled in his IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TEUOUPIUB
of his place is an much an PHONE i=>> CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPEP,9TABI.ES *
sanctum just what he thinks of the well.'F.
as a physician and the aver
United States.Atlanta Constitution. is no better qualified REASONABLE 1.GULR sCOMUCTIICMit: IIE

a decision of the teach-
Topeka, Kansas capitol, says to the schools than he ADDRESS
it finds that a man could have a be to dispute a diagnosis made
'pretty good time at a party if he competent physicians. And for n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 ni i i in i n i i 1 1 M 1 1 1 it i n 1 1 nin
555 S SC SC S SOSS 55555 55 SC 5 SC SC 5 S 5SSSISSet1
could feel quite sure that his tie of'the governor we may

would not, in the midst of the merrymaking the opinion of Apelles who said

collar. slip up over they. top of his -shoemaker. stick to his last." : I SOUTHERN BUSINESS C :

A justice of the peace out in Ark- is Saunders and Dr. L. M Dixon

ansas discharged a defendant ac- home last night in an auto

cused of stealing whiskey on the and on Ohio avenue near
ground that the township in which Blackburn's residence a large

the liquor was alleged to have been fell into the street, and was

stolen is prohibition territory and by the occupants of the auto.

therefore the whiskey had no value. were going at good speed and

the fallen tree the air was

A resolution has been introducedin to with a tooth carpenter and a I
the Wisconsinlegislature request- to and the machine was "hors

ing the governors of the various ." Luckily neither of the

, ., states to call a conference to discuss of the machine was badly

and formulate plans for uniformity of SPECIAL ANNOUNCE ":

state legislation the resolution declaring
that the rights of he states of Live Oak Brokerage and Com- -

are endangered by the federal government Company wholesale groce
and grain and jobbers in For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS'will SCHOLC
particularly to legislation af-
fecting transportation and communication and notions, are having a be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only$39./0.

trade throughout this and Special courses in all Departments have been so nf '
of states. This well known student entering on this special offer can finish within the 6&,

__;: company have a number scholarship.This
Alert T. Patrick; the lawyer who ,
was convicted and had the death sentence men on the road now, is an opportunity which you cannot afford to uu*

k passed upon him for the murder the next sixty days two Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with"1*f*
of WIlliamIa sh Rice a weal- men ,will be'put to work help you to a good paying position or get a better one thaDPJ'f' '

thy recluse in the New York courts, thoroughly cover the territo
business of this concern has WRITE FOR ATALOG.
and whose sentence was recently
commuted to life imprisonment has from the very first, and --- -- --

been compelled to give up his law and owned by reliable and

practice because of his removal from growth hoaest of gentlemen the business the has re- SOUTHERN BUSINESS[ COLE
the death house to begin his term asa a ,
a surprise.
convict. Since his confinement.
besides acting as his own lawyer lu E W. ,Stearnes, whose hus- ,
which he proved himself well skilled a drummer, and fri
in away L.M.HftTTONPresident G. S. STErj{ ? '
practice he has hada a good portion of the time.keeps
number of clients His latest legal
by herself in
the west end. ... Ii I I U u'.
client in the death house was John been sick for some time and
Johnson, a convicted life murderer,
was able to be
and dI.-
up visit st
R. L. fun
whose case is now before the United Upon her and J. W. Spearing do so for the
return she have e1eP
entered Into
a contract with surroundings
States court Johnson had about
up the house and
retired to
Capt. W. H Lyle to drain Carraway lug it is expected '
made up his mind that he would have In the night she heard ri,
to pay the death penalty in the elect- leaving the house from the four miles from town on the be continuously p I
White Springs road. The lake Kor of this citY. .
Tie chair when Patrick drew up an side of the hall, but was coversan :
area of 140 acres and is said tobe the arrangements.
appeal to the United States court in to go there. This morning
alive with
behalf of Johnson. Patrick's regret is, that a suit ease and Work fish and alligators NOTICI'
could began on the canal today, and
was that he not appear in articles belonging to her hus will be **J
court to argue the appeal and an outside r missing. She thinks the completed about the first of The City Council
lawyer has been called In. .\ gained entrance June, when the work of drainage journed session oar

There are some who believe Patrick in her absence, and she to locked the It will begin, and continue for 30 days. o'clock a, m-, W V']!

i Innocent and are: interesting them- there when she. retired as Is expected that a crowd will bs instating any na>aq S

he may yet receive a pardon. as from the outside. circularized thoroughly. Those' tration list
who purchase privileges to fish, can


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: 1 Account of the bad weather the _: : .j


. 'of Live Oak and Suwannee LACE AND EMBROIDERY SALE j

Gathered by the Democrat

Reporter Will continue Until SATURDAY, ;

ICoPt1 APRIL 27.
Lamb, of Alton,. is In the-

ri y. "
_t .
of Lee was here
[. D.; Williams, Next Monday we will have half-price Remnant ,

|yam. joe Roof returned from Jas-

: gig morning. Sale.
IG.W, Freeze, of McAlpln. was here

tjji yam.morning.Lee. of Rocky'Cut. was here .

tYla i morning.j ,THE LADIES' EMPORIUM ,

\ 0. Skeen. of Suwannee. wasffere

this morning. L. S. HARVARD Proprietor.
,.,,' "'.
j, E. Turner of Fenholloway. Isis FREE DELIVERY. )lcC..LL.XD HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS.Mill .

! the city today. --- i

pBoy Helton is up from Porters' M MM Ml IM III I Mil IMI II Illlil MM MMIIlMIIIIIIMiMMIII MMMIIII lililllllirillll MM* i I ill

business. -- -- -
station today on
L. Johnson, of Steinhatchie. ac- E. B. Curry, of Hatch Bend. Fla.. H. L. Davis night operator for Hunt Jordan has resigned his position

I'Leiter Scarbrough went to Well-' companied by. his family was here who arrived here yesterday returned the Seaboard left ,today for Greenville as book-keeper for Robbins &

toti tM morning on business. I this. morning 'en route for Jasper.If :home this morning. where he will be agent for the McGehee. but la! undecided as to
road. Mr. Davis is a capable young what he will do in the future. Mr.

[fine Oranges Apples Baokufas, you want draying Revs. Pasco and Dutill and Col. I man, and made many friends while Jordan is a young man of sterling
a week. Wolfe on Corner //"22-5 trunk carried to the #1 !I L. E. Roberson went to Jacksonville I here. He regretted leaving Live Oak. qualities who has none but friends .
quick, phone 129 W. N. B yesterday to attend the district con here and It is to be hoped he will

Ii.A.Taylor of Mayo, is In the citytodtty I ference now in session, there. -KODOL is a thorough stomach relief remain In Live Oak.,,
a guest of the Ethel. J. C. Baisden and J. B. Evans I" It digests what you eat and 4
went to Jacksonville this morning to Rev. C. A. Ridley's horse ran away gives the stomach rest and assists in The increase in attendance at the
|fe U yon want to sell see J. M. B lle/ attend conference. I this mornIng. damaging the buggy, restoring' it to. its normal activity; High ScLool calls for larger quarters.
eiK Hcenaed auctioneer. He se fl-/ but not injuring the occupants of and usefulness. KODOL is sold on a Live Oak has a very spacious building

Worth Dexter has return/d/ ron I the same. .. guaranteed relief plan by City harniacy. but it Is not equal to the de- ,
r Cot P. W. Butler went to Lake Atlanta, to visit his fathe?who is # dw* mand. Either the present building

Oty"on legal business this morning. still In a critical condition.R. Mrs. Jack Norton, of the Park Is must be enlarged or another one
here shopping today.* Mrs. Norton The !store room at the corner of built To accommodate!,550 schoolchildren

; gi iJslin.jl n, of Ware, was P. Surrency. of Callahan is now has many friends In Live Oak and I I Howard street and Ohio avenue is I requires a large building.
"'& :'. Griffin la running night operator for the Seaboard at they are always glad to greet her. being entirely relieved of inside fixtures fupiU should not be camped for
,. cypress mill,there., this point, taking charge tonight. "and Hugger Bros., have ttecontract :oou and classes should not be
"of the for re-modeling the same for doubled up. Let us decide to erecta
nnd W. A. Keene, Bottling i I
?- RENT-Furnished and !pniched Shade Glbbs.' of- Pine Grove washere I Works is down'with' the mumps. He tie new bank. large brick structure, with all

,,rooms, address "R" (n, #eat : this morning. Mr. Gibbs had was generous enough, however to ---, ---' modern conveniences, and do so at
Democrat' U rather swap horses than eat. I i wait until all the children bad the 1'ODOI, For Dy )pp1rp. clears tho once. Our city is able to do this

'ion. isr !.: I disease. I s'o:nach and make the breath a*, and work should begin ,this, summer.
fc L. Blach;:-a prominent turpen- Miss Mamie McAlpin has been iry- sweet as a ro':e. KODO' h* sold fa- ----.

operator at Highland is in the ing to catch the measles for /three SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, druggists on a gaaraatte reef piau I The Century Plant in the lot be-

TCjr today visiting relatives. weeks, and succeeded this morning, Perry & Gulf to fowling Park "leaves It conforms strictly to the Nations I longing to Miss Emma Parsley on
Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold b>' Ohio avenue, is about to bloom. It
b at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 P. m., returning
Bnebannan went to Lee this Mrs Groover, of Thomasville Ga at :5:50 m.-50 cents City Pharmacy. dw las reached a height of 16 feet, and
Honing on business for the Singer Who las been here on 'It to her p. Photographer Williams took a picture.
Xuklae Co. reh.hed hom3 trip. D. E. Horn and W B. Collins are
cter.:;: Mrs McAdoo. of it yesterday This plant was
f this morning. I sub-dividing 70 acres south of Car placed on this lot 40 years ago. and
*Read our greatest magazine and Mrs. Sasan: Gorato, one of the roll's addition and will cut it up into consequently must have been sixty

piper clubbing ever offered by Especially recomended for Piles-- pioneer residents of Live Oak now 'ots. If this thing keeps up Ohio years old when planted there. The
away up in the eighties Is quite ill will extend to the Su
paper avenue soon
that Is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch C:n'ury Plant Is defined by Websterto
at her home in the West End, though
Hazel Salve. Sold br City Pharmacy wannee river. be the American Aloe supposed to
E. 3. O'Farrall:)? and bride, are ., dw* reported much better than she had flower only once in 100 years. Manyare
i of the Ethel today. They arf'Q. 1 been for the past week. Mrs. ,Yo H Carroll of Tallahassee, Interested in the blooming of this

i Pnicago. Mrs. R. W. Cobb returned to her arrived here yesterday on a visit to plant. and are watching it with great
I home in Tallahassee today after a Ladles I have Just opened dressmaking her mother, Mrs. Gresham. She was Interest.
jA.J. Roan, of Rossburg. was aat i pleasant visit of several days to her room in the Lew in JluUdln? scompanied by her little son, and
caller at the 'Democrat of- friends here. and will be glad to serve YO. Satis- they returned home this morning. WALL PAPERWhen
today. faction guaranteed. Give / e a trial.

) $2.50 wagon seats new, a/ J. M. MRSfKIGHT. SUNDAY trains over Live Oak in need of nice wall pa-
C. Cook returned this morning HoAse.. for Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leavesat
Bailay's. the Auction per call on H. H. PETTY, at
from a bualnesa'trip to Jasper and $1.50. Other things In lirOportlon.B The mill at Alton has shut down 8:00 a. m.. and 1:30 p. m.. re- ,
other points north.Dr. quick. / (I tf and the hands are seeking employ- turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents ---
------- -- ---
I ment elsewhere. This is to be re- round trip.

Casvell went to Mayo this J. H. Fielding and Walter Cross. gretted but evidently cannot be help- t Cold Comfort!
waning to embalm a body Theoaae of Alton. were here this morning ed. We learn that other mills in Mrs Will Hogan and Mrs. Dennis,

.of the deceased was not given and went over to Watertown for the this section contemplate similar action [ of High Springs, who have been here I
I h "
the dispatch calling him there. day The cause Is said to be on ac- i on a v:sit to their parents. Mr. and

count of the reduced price of lumber. I :Mrs hardy Bryan returned home

FOR SALE -Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup I I j this morning. -
The pleasant cold remedy that expelsthe
cold through its action on the When you think -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cougb
bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy dw* 5>rup CMldren like its pleasant P
; that fine ra-te Contains no opiates, but drive
UNIMPROVED the cold out through the bowels
Capt. W D. Hankins of Mayo,
:Made in conformity to Pure Food and
was here yesterday but as he did not Watch you
Drugs Law. Iecommended and sold
City bring his wife with him. we don'twant by City Pharmacy. dw*
Real Estate any one to Know he Is here. I need thinkRADFORD'S

I of L. B. Sutton, wife and baby, have -
When you need a pill take a pill raw e ,
been enjoying an outing on the Su-
; and be sure It's an Early Riser. wannee River. near Ellaville, for the
farms Uc.
h--e: They are sold here by City Phar-dw* i past three days. They had remarkably can be taken in delicious fluid

: macy. fine luck fishing and returnedlast J-aafeh'a e.i our Soda Fountain. Ice

... I I --- evening feeling greatly invigorated Cream Soda in all flavors and of a
UST Constable Morgan was here this Where you will find a 'by their trip. There is no better guaranteed purity Tempting satisfying
morning after Will Jones, who WAS : place in the world to enjoy an cooling. healthful. The thought
''YOUR taken to Wellborn for trial for lar- choice assortment of outing than on the Suwannee River of it on these hot days will make
: PROPERTY cen)'. the very best -- your mouth water. The little cost of
so much comfort will surprise
The Ladies Emporium and Mrs you.
WITHus. Keep on smiling, and read our G20RYEARSD W tGh6S Lawler's Milinery Store have kindly Don't sw eiter when coolness i* so

greatest magazine and newspaper U taken charge of some of our toilet easy to reach. Try a glass of your
Clubbing ever offered by this paper. "France-American Hygien favorite flavor and be cool and hap-
articles (
h elsewhere In this Issue. REPAIRED py. .
Particulars WATCHES ic"). Our patrons will please ask for
them: when shopping at these two

J D&REALTY& [ CO. Oscar Dixon returned from Jacksonville RADFORD places. Thanking you in advance for
yesterday and Hugh \711lams J. D. '
I your patronage.ST. F'UIMII o BoO and .yews .CO.
remained there holding op to :11\'E OAK flA. LUKE'S GUILD.

Building, Room 3. the elephant's tail.

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JfLQRIp 'RAILWAY: Proceedings. of Snwanaee County!
eL'ool so.rd.Live | Li.e. .a kN'f'gI

WITH ALL TRAINS OX i. A. L.- !!.l..jt ANB A.J, C.-L-Rt. Z AT'LJVE S BAK.ewp r Oak April 2, 19O7. if- n ; .
r L The Board met at the usual hour. } rt "
,owv.ttYTRALTN&- ...D w_ j:> ", ,: Manufacturers of ...J
-. ; a full board present. The minutesof I ....- j.- -
I>to.I i N4a.L ..
Nla the last meeting were read and '
lIDedI'd. JbjJ. Local F
Shingles Ice Electrie'Power
> t and SiwnoirS b::'". FxeeptSay. approved.The ,

lMilJ' Dail7. SUDdQ. County'Treasurer G. B. Lord, and Turpentine

filed financial reports for the month 1

u fit ..... .. a' of March the was examinedand
t 3)'a III S 3J prill. -- 4 10 b0 a m 640 pb0 ...I, same
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished
.. p approved. ,
-: 6 t K p miL" ter r'R 10 30 a III i ZO p.. fir
s ___ r-v The Tax Collector. J. N. Meets or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Qt
3"p..IL i -- 1I1U. 5811 _
105. a : r 9 filed poll list for the month of March. day and night currentfor manufacturing .t"
1 1. .. 3 M P .-_ -:- r -10 a s m a 45 P... The Board cancelled paid warrants I purposes _
za land I Wholesale and retail Ice-out cf City orders
s.J a m 4 OS ..a L" --- -Kirk. r-V. III lit a m 440 p m for the month of February. The following ave

440 a i19pm,Ar ._ a.Wuwart _.-.. _.- .L". OOOSr I ZO P".cw. accounts were received ex tion. and all orders promptly tilled. -

-''l.v. w _..--Ar. --r-; .. ,
a m i amined. approved and ordered paid ;
We will give good prices
you on loam of..
t 18 a ID Ar_.. YinL830. -__._ from the general school fund. -
t.v -- flooring. Come and get our prices.
a 4ar Emily. Cox. teacher. . $ 1.00
.1ioJ. Ar. _...... 7m.Kh.. -- .
Gifford Hall teacher 35.00
-- ----
1o----; 4 20 WWnart*-- h. 9 n tii;; --
p a m .. '
rtLv t 1.1 - Clara O'Hara, teacher 35.00 first Tuesday Mar A. D. 1907.E. .
11 It It r LT--- Riwel'-Ly. 963a 4 1J NOTICE CP
a r p --.5e.u m P a Bertha Washington .teacher. 25.0
.- R. WISE, Chairman
1) 2D. m 4lOpLy. j .. -... Seod-1.1 LT s u a.. SUP. Maude Creekmore. Teacher. 35.00 J. E. WOOD Sopt and Secy. To the Sheriff'6f&

UII. an L U..r'Ar -Msea .....-1._ t 4. pL. .. C. J. Johnson teacher 25.t) I State of Florida:
UtQ.-.- .. ..... __. 4,. Stella teacher 35.00H. i Know ye. That J
vz-ya.-b.o Bevan. The Price or Ilc:. lh. H
III rr ,h -AJ___ I ". Thos. Dowling, teacher. 35.uOJennie I ford Secretary ot
10 ..1.1I -..._ &.. "The price of health in a malarious of
P a III ,
40.00 do h
I 1Lv u. Chreekmore teacher. Is 25 cents the of
district just cost
a 05 a m. Ar.... .-.-._Ka70.._. ______.-1.". . 35.00 ; that s.a
Belle Wiggins, teacher "
: _..... -... .--_..Ar., 93Tam fc box of Dr.. King's New Life Pills -
P..t" ... ib 840p Belle Hawkins, teacher. . 35.00 writes Ella Slayton of Noland, Ark. 8pm.J -:

11 29 a IDI I 4 ct p.., : .-1 Pedro! &r 9 3' III p m Belle Hawkins 1 wk .. .. 8.75 New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im- will be held Iii the eoQf1tt-:

U U a m : P":L.4: ..L"-.Salt rt -L". s ZS i t IIi..1e Parmelee Cheves teacher.... 40.00 part new life and vigor to the sys- nee, State of Florida, oa

'n a6 a lit j"l t..r.---':":-'" ._ .2.2kL-- -1." fOo a 2 45: pa .. I Mildred Smith, teacher. .. .. 20.00 tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat the second day of May ji b.

rL.I .. U I jSjlvla. Lott teacher.. .... 20.00 Barclay & Groover druggists dw* the said Thursday hag a,.
54 r' p Ch.rtt.9a.--.v. 9 On a r 1 p
'.Lv__.___.._.... .- ...... ..-1... m''! Kittle V. Holloway teacher. 20.00 .I'I Second Day. ot- .v.....,.
t 1. m 1 S27p r In. m Z ZOI.m.1 . 40.00L. for
Kate J
s.oli Ldddon. teacher GOOD MEETING.Sea a State Senator
__ __... ... ,1 or ib"
."'v'*-- .L 4i I 2 10 ,
i S5 S ial
a m P. 1 Fenbtolbway p m C. Alexander, teacher 40.00 Florida from the Seveat

It a m 43 p m'LV' _._ .DPmnarIL-U .....-. Lv. 8 S.i a III S5 P.. I H. Y. Tooks, teacher. . 25.00 Island Cotton Growers Association atonal District of ni !'

12 U r I' $0 P IDt I r __.Perr7_- _....-L.830 a m//1 t0 pmQ Dola Haddock, teacher. . 25.00C. Hold Meeting. posed of the Comatj of SwrtsL>

Hoddock teacher. 35.00 fill the vacancy -
The Sea Island Cotton Growers' occasion( ,,
( ) T.yragk ea Teleebt.e Stat.G1L (C' 'lax Ctatio t (rt Reirisler. W Regular:top. (a) Barney Padgett teacher 40.00L. court death, on the fifth dw ofof
Association met at the house
'lfeaqStat T: f. ALSTON. Svpcroendent L. Jones teacher.25.00 Hon. J. R. "e.u, &u
Saturday, April 20, as per call of
UJ8. er AlfeDL
Verdie Haddock, teacher2 wks 17.50 District
Coors President M. J. Cheshire. .
-- P. G. Ambrose, painting 11.75 In Testimony \nerI
Minutes of last meeting were read
TO THE { Live Oak Pub Co. proceeds. 7.50 hereunto set my hUd tadaaaj"

First Nat Bank Interest. 129.73 i and approved. 1 Great Seal of the State
I Some of the local associations did tejft
: J. H. Bembry, lumber and i i at. Tallahassee the CatftiLa'1

JAMESTOWNExposition shingles . . . 4.00 I not make their reports as requested, I 8th day of April, A. D. IH,;

> I JL. B. Edwards teacher. 100.001 and. are earnestly solicited to make (Seal) a CLAY CRAVRE
at their earliest convenience.
report I
i iG B.-Davis, teacher. . 75.00' Secretary tffc
Local NO. 4, from O'Brien, made
J. H.
I j Virginia Wigfield* teacher. 75.00 1 RICKERSOX.

Sallie Nelson, teacher :. 65.00 the best report. They Have nearly Sheriff Suwaane Coofrft
I enough cash in hand to build their
Agnes Fitts teacher. . 60.00
warehouse '
at O'Brien.A "-
I Itv. :'I. Timmermon, build 75.10 '.1 r'd' ,:-.; < <
T ivy Oak Mfg '(Jo, him . 1.95 communication was read fromF. !

via the J. E. Wood, Supt . . 80.00 G. Schell with regards to a bill i

J. E. Wood postage . 2.00E. to be Introduced by one of the mem- I

H. Wise meb Bd.. . 3.00R. bers of the Legislature from Alachua I II I A LIQUID COLD

AtlanticCoastLinePeople H. Carver, mem bd . 5.20 county. It was not exactly in accord I I
with the views ofthis Associa-
M. A. Adams, mem bd. . 5.60G. I:
B. tion all: was thought If enacted In- LAXATIVE
Lord commission. 25.07 COUGH;
to a law It would hurt the small cotton -

all over Florida, s re the Atlantic Coast Line ".Purp -i Special Tax School Districts Live buyer. That part of the bill ,, i3
Oak:k'o. 1. preventing sale of cotton between : Ii
e Folder" for schsiales to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two sues was endorsed.
First Nat Bank, Interest. % 25.94 TIE
Moved and carried that the President
daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping! Quintilla Bullock; teacher. 50.00 of the County Association call ..
Beulah Barnett teacher. 50.00 NEW t/IiIQ .
i Flora Fornsworth teacher. 50.00 on the Wellborn sub-Association and ,: gi

cars. Sara Graddy, teacher. . 50.00 ascertain why they have failed to I IDEA ..
Season and fifteen limit excursion tickets .
days uake
sixty days i Nannie Crozier teacher. 50.00 report.Mr. .

on sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates.! Sallie Anderson, teacher. 40.00 C. II. Brown was appointed to I

Coach excursions at low rates. Corrie McClinton, teacher. 65.00 look after finances for the cotton i Tk. ... CJnw bI.>_
very t of 1907.Adjourned.
Hildegarde Mann, teacher. 50.00L. crop i Q a. !I.

For further information see your nearest railroad agentor B. Edwards incidentals. 23.05L. until Saturday before "A Cold or a CouCh sniff II

write, Frank C. BoylSton. District Passenger Agent, Atlantic B. Edwards,. ..- . . %5.00L. le third Sun Jay In :May. j jM eoDatfpaIf.-the..aa..
B. Edwards. . : . 75.00 J. CHESHIRE. Prest.W. fill eyes oae* and throat IxikU ft;
Coast Line Jacksonville Fla. t' 1Mrc- -c"thin Iew
G. B Lord . . . 1.03 D. WHATLET. Secy. For IM want of noistw AiWrW.
j dry and hard." Nearly a8 61bta.

Total . . . . 1555.0 ThIs 3il17 lutc'retl."on j are co.atipaUI(.upoca.f troy Ii1R
OpUle KtnnUy'tTar Luatslr
Oak & Gulf *
Live. Perry Wellborn, Ao. 2. No one 1* immune from Kidney } moves UM kov Ji.c :

E. C. Boyd teacher. . $ 85.00J. ; trouble so Just remember that f K NNEnLAXr taIIY1

-Railroad Company. E. Wood, 1 tel ex trip. 1.10G. Foley's *{fcL.eJ Cure will stop the ir- <

B. Lord commission. . 1.66 regularlet and cure any casa of kidney -'.
and bladder trouble that is !!!
Schedule Effectivepril 7, 19O7.s not

Total . . ... . $87.76 beyond the reach of medicine. City, - - .
Pharmacy. jwe
wait$OVD EAII'I'BOVNDllsT. O'Brien. :Xo. 3. IHON iJQTI'

.c1 A89 2D,CLASSI 1sT.CUSII D. CLASS Jennie Creekmore sup .J 10.00 Father Bernard

Mail Paw A Paaeeoae4 ger. ram. Mail Pa.a.do ; IP- Frt.Pasa.and I G. B. Lord com..'. . . 36 English priest Vaughan recently the nosed ... Rellvu'CD1d Oytrael..+ '
> I referring of the system throuct..
No.1. NG.5. Nw Nat Na 6. > NG. 12 NO.<4.nday to the manner in which some ladies I' the bowels.
Daily Dally Sandal Sunday Dai1y eJL, Total . . . . $10.36 heat the doctors -a Relieves Courh4 .,.--
told of !
Daily. Oaly 3.1 ex. Sun Only i only l Sunday. a woman
who strengthening the .MDCOIII .
A. M. P. K.. P. P. M. P. M. A. M. A.. M. Bran ford. No. 4. by pleading poverty, obtainedfree tho tMoat.gbat.IimlaDd
Lave t-.. Arriv. Arri.e' Arrive Arrive Parmelee Cheves teacher. $ 10.00G. treatment for her child from ahighprlceJ

.: oo 13 1 1 3 43( 2 :::::::::':'_..'.:'.:-il: k Oak---------------------:::::::: :::::::::: : 30 16;;; : ::: 1; :I, 9 940 19 B. Lord, com . . 35 oculist and bought herself Pot Crop."R3ooplng.*!!.&' .*:a1d11eua.
f a 818 1.,$ a 40........................._Starr.--- ................. s 4 12' t 34; t t 13 a mottr 'Wth B roach iti ..
8 22 1 52 I ; .. .....Mercerh ..................... 408. i 301 9 UI 901 car &e money thus Cold, Lung aM Erostesa.dy
L 15 b I ...... PlatL .... .................. 40 S 527 1 .551, 903 Total . . . . saved. L H49a1 u SiwtPioa.7
8 Iota .-.. Lancaster..............._.... 356. S 18 926, 850 $10.35 I ...
Lw 8 889 Ar I Q9 Ar I m-- .Dowlang Park .................. Ly 3 t8Ly: lo'Ly' 9 18Ly, 8 to > sax Tar. Chi
Ar S L" 4 t5 Ly Po-I"l& Park ......h... ...... Ar 3 S .Ar 9 13Ar 812 Burlington, Xo. 3. .
8 4 41 4 .._(r'baocey 0000..........._...... S 331 S 06: 9 08' 808 Annie Mills Im't Put off rut*9 IN 254,Me ead W J a
8 452 4 .......-ell.--------; ............. 3 I 201 teacher . $35.00G. rsMey 91 L 0.D.titlttl t Oo
._...._....... ................. fortomorro.
8 4 67 4 .K&7. Janction 128, i 03'Lv 9s 0 804 B. Lord, com . . 72 what you can do to-

:i a f 06 t; : :1.:::::::::'::::::::=- :.:::-:.::::-:-:.::.:.:::::.:::.::.: s : YS 19 a : :; : i 49 Slip ?735 b8 day. If you put off buying a bottleof Sold by. Qty P

9 S ]0 4 i21......................T.w Mnd.00..00.-............. 3 is:1 4 toi 84$, 7211 Total . . . . $35.72 Ballard's Snow liniment when
5121 .. .... ......-Smith 258 425 830 that pain comes
1010 9 i =1 6 b 27 00j.!:..:.::.::.. : :_.Fenbdloway-Perry... :.::::::::::::::::::. 2 2 30 41 4 4 00 12 i 8 8 0 15;!;. : : Ithford/ Xo. 6. buy a bottle today.you won't A positive have any. '

..ArIO S.Ar 6 ZO Ar I .......?......BamptoG Sprinas.................. Z U L" 3 45 Ly T 45 L" 45 10 Blanche Burnett teacher $35.00 for Rbeumatism cure FOLEY'HOEYL11T,
*1L 1 P. M.i. P. K. I A. M. I P. IlL I A. M A. M. Burns Cuts
Dempsey and Hall, Xo. 7. Sprains. Contracted Muscles etc., T.

MAYO tND ALTON LI'ANCII.wE.a G. B. Lord com . . $20.00 S. Graham, Prairie Grove. Ark.. I
writes: "i wish
Houston. :Xo 8. thank you for

1'OUN1s EAST &.I\lND G. B. Lord, com. . . .$ .36 Snow the good results I received from !
Liniment. It positively cured

Fri a: Fri a I'uNIl Paaaen Fit. Ii Frt.L Paeaen'PaaarnPala. Midway, Xo. 9. me of Rheumatism after others had
I Pa-as. ger I ter I Paean Pasa, cer I ger J. W. O' Kara teacher. . $50.00G. I failed. Sold by Suwannee
Na7.'Nw9., Nw11.iNa13. : I No.8.: No.IO. Nw14.tNo.16.t B. Lord com . . 15 Company. Drug M
Dally Dail Sunday Suodayi! 9a\y Daily Sunday Sy rndayezSuar I dw The origiALAXATEVEcoUgh
r.x.3ua.i l_Only.J( Only j_ ezS n ez.sun. Only i iA. j Only .
1 Total . . . . New York
K. i P. K. A.. )(. P. x. I A. u. P. M.. A. Y. j P. M.IA. ,50.15 city completes forty-
.. I..ave Leave t Leave : Arrive Arrive Arrive I Arrive I six new
I 1M 440'' 8 to S 30' ..............Mayo: Junction..... ......... 7 58 a 8 flij 2 0 LuratilleXo.: 1O. buildings each day, averagIng -
.2fij 496953 i '-1' ....... .......... Clark............... .. 739 I 201 842> 152 G. $13,000 each. throat rJ
936. 106, 10 03553 ................._Pet.raoa_.............00...... 727 153, 8121, 1421000a B. Lord com . . $ .19 For coughs, coWm.
:3d a 10i1 606 ._.................Maya'a' 7 15. Z 40a 8Of 130Ar10 trouble No opiate l'
10 Ar' 40 ArlO 2S 115.. ... ......Attec .....................!Ly 7 OOLy l30iLy S 10,1.y 120 State Aid Chapter 3383. I C. W. WILSON GoodforeT rybody. Soki .

Barney Padgett teacher. .
Regular stop. Connection made at fowling Par for all trains to and $10.00 The genuJae

,from Lire Oa and. Perry. For* formation as to connections with State Aid Chapter 3381. T A I L 0 R. FOLEVSY HOSEY.,4f

'1 r"oil"erlipes."phcroe or call on General'Passenger Agent 'phone 147. Dow1I8 Belle Hancock teacher. . $80.00 : % .Ilow package. Sets$ .j

>r Bund;ng. Lire Oak. There being no further businessthe Tailoringdone at Rubenstein'. Guarantee Prepared 0ftf7 MPeley
store. ,
HOS. DO ti LING. President. R. P. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. Board .Promptaemce-aatiafae-
..f ; P adjourned to meet the tloa guaranteed. CityA ; Phar13

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:.-- XlTEOiKDAILr-TEMOCBATJ THURSDAY;APRIL:ffifc 10O7.- .. _. ,. '" _-=r-*" _


> fourteen In the'infanta;week,were ending reported February in the>.t CLi T '-& MffiSl( Te.Extra Specialsin '- )-

SEABO RD 1 I' cities of England t *as suffocated in bed. Spring Sack

: Doing Business Again *

il "When my friends thought 1 was Suits For Men
Airline Railway. about to take leaveof this world on
aecount of indigestion nervousnessand Wholesale .
and Re-
?VnrSavannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, I general debility," writes A. A.Chisholm. and Young Meat
Treadwell. N. Y., and
'. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington Baltimore, : when it looked as if there was no tail Dealers and
in Flori-
: Philadelphia and New York. .< : trope left.. I was persuaded to try ,
Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say

T RFEiOfiNT\ RfllNS DOILY\ I that they are curing me. I am now da and Western $20.that .
i doing business again as of old.
we are offering this week man
Florida and am still gaining dally." Best
Seaboard Limited convince every man who examine?
tonic medicine: on earth. Guaranteed
them,that they are without exceptionthe
by Barclay & Groover druggists. MEATs1
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail Price. 50c. dw* popular greatest prices.values ever sold at these.

I : Modern : Pullman : Equipment. There is no dearth, of dramatic If you want a smart. up-to-da

variety In New York City when the

The Seaboard Florida 1 united I books of the theaters show that thereis Phone. 24.
an average of fifteen new plays
M.Th Only Daily Solid Pullman: .Electric Lighted Train, between produced each month ,in the Tear I i Q

'St Augustine, Jacksonville and New York, via Riche Promdt deliveries

and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M., Good Judgement *

Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily, including Sun .ys. is the essential characteristic of men
and I and woman. Invaluable to good anywhere in the

business men and necessary to hoUse- 'J'i't1(
The Jamestown Exposition Line wives. A woman shows good judge-

ment when she buys White's Cream City. ;
NORFOLK, VA. i Vermifuge for her baby. The best

worm medicine ever offered to moth- _
Only line operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New I The belief in the Wandering Jew
indeed the sensible
ers Many are
full information and Sleeper reservations call ] '
For on any
rmkof Seaboard or write I mothers who write expressing their is still held in Prance among the peasantry

S.C. BOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Gent Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla ; \ gratitude for the good health of their I of Brittany and Picardy. Whena
.. children which they owe to the use : violent windstorm comes on they
lilt- Illlll Illlll II III IH III I II I III of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold make the sign of the cross as they I

-::: by Suwannee Drug Co. dw say: The Wandering Jew is passingby I
. . . . . . . . . . . !" ("C'est le Juil errant pui

l It is only 400 years since the name passe: !") i
I I loUR j
SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis i of Via Dolorosa was given to the narrow
How to Avoid Appendicitis
lane down which Christ passed
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is ;t from the judgment hall of Pilate to Most victims of appendicitis are

I broad enough to accommodate all, and Calvary. At this time also the sacred those who are habltuall constipated.

stations first were marked out for Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: .' pilgrims. chronic constipation by stimulatingthe

L-The young folks with their small savings. I liver and bowels and restores the i-S
natural action of the bowels. Orino !
The New Pure Food and Drug IAtw.
2.The breadv:inner, striving to accumulate a fundto Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau-
We ara pleased to announce
procure a home, or a competency for old age. ; Foley Honey and Tar for coughs seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant
'3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and ; i to take. Refuse substitutes. .
+ troubles is affected
colds and lung not -
the income provided.
:. ; by the National Pure Food and City Pharmacy dw,
: with idle other investment. t tJDE
;4.Those funds awaiting Drug law as it contains no opiates or
Wilmarth Notes. --..---
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida j jHB other harmful drugs and we recommend MICHAELS-STERN
it as a safe remedy for child- Mr. Lee Hardee is very sick this FINE CLOTHING

.. . .-. . . ren and adults City.Pharmacy dw I writing, relapse of measles is supposed .... -c..au.-.s.a...a,.to
1 to be the cause. Dr. O'Quinn,
Dr Eastwood, an eminent English i of Mayo, is in attendance on the case. Suit for business or dreUs that will
authority, connected with the royal Mr. Drew has a number of LaaJ look and fit a:> if made to 'measure,

commission on tuberculosis, says that here cutting crossties.We I then you stonldn'tail to come and 1'

clearly one of the? most important learn tlere is a prospect in the j pee these three Aft-r. Easter 3:cc; als .

steps in fighting the scourge of con- tear future that there will be some in the no,(.d

sumption is to keep a watchful eye new enterprises start her :

on the milk supply., The farmers here are elated over BICHAELS-STCBN ,
'i tK : R, ;BR: I:' HH I the end of the long dry weather and .
.' -' JP Bi Bitten by a Spider. at the fine prospect. of gardens and FINE CLOTHING -,.
Through ulood poisoning caused
Tt+aas sr. other crops.
ay a spider bite.John Washington Mr. Helton had a train to wreckon You will find the style and quality j

.of Bo qaeville. Tax. would have lost his log road near Luraville yesterday the finish and the fit of the suits of j

F Sick Livers is !leg, which became a mass of No one hurt. your size at every price precisely as ,
or running :sores had he not been persuaded The river is slightly on the rise. you want them Details j

. to t ry Bucklen's Arnica come down, Major, and let's go fishing ?
Salve. He writes "The first ap- what ? single and doublet -
breasted Sack Suits 1I
plication relieved and four boxes The people here seem to be very A $15
-- COMPOUNDs v, in all the approved ,
raled all the sores. heals every much stirred up over something, I
Bar*la" & Groover, Spring styles and fab
sore. 23c at
but this scrip cannot tell just yet
CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP- 1 rlc-effects-gray and brown-toned
dIn w.
CURES druggists what it is. May be we will find out .
QUICKLY ***. MALARIA.CHILLS and I worsteds cassimeres. cheviots and 1t
\ ALL UVER COMPLAINTS. .by our'next as we have wise people
A' GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by England most of the work of here who know "some" so we wait't tweeds-coustom-tailored and finished -
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle pur- resetting jewels is put into the bands and learn. equal to $30 to order-
|chued today may sue you a tick spell tomorrow. of English jewelers. because the Eng- mad suits for your selec- $15At$20
the has
We notice bridge crew put I
tion at only
lisi> jewel setter's method of havingall '
some new works under the depot,
t_ CUBED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER the metal work at the back of which was badly needed.Mr. I' ali the advanced .

t ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED the stones instead of round the sides. Thomas Mims has recently At $lg styles in smart sinle .
Mrs. W. A. Whitewell, Emory, Tex.. as in France, is most popular. visited his brother, Mr. Thad Mims. of and doublebrestted -
f' writes: ")fy child had chill and fever I
. for four year We tried all kinds of shave this place. cut; strictly hand
medicines and finaUvan acquaintance of Why Ben Skelton is going to Perry this I tailored throughout and made of excellent
, mine recommended Herbine. We used a tortid liver when Herbine. the week to visit one of his old pupils worsteds, cheviots cassimeres
three bottle, and the child is now completely only liver reguator will help you? that he taught in school thirty years'sand tweeds in beautiful patters of
cur 4. Yon have my permiuioa
to publish this testimonial, as I cheer There is no reason why you should ago. Hope he will have a good time. newest color effects-precisely like
. .. H fall recommend: Herbine to all mother suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation MORE ANON the $35 tomeasuremadesuits

basing children' afflicted*mine." .., ?> Chills and Fever or any Jiver complaints : here in all styles at

U1CE BOTTLE., Me GET TIlE J5WUISZ. when lIerbine will cure you. If the rate of consumption of 1905 only . $18
CO. F. C. Waite Westville, Fla. writes: he'
AL LARD SNOW LINIMENT were maintained indefinitely, without finest specimens
"I was sick for a month with chills
ST. LOUIS. U.S.A. change our coal would last approxi- .
of tailoring
t'd __ ;0' and fever, and after taking two bottles high class ,
but if the
mately 4,000 years con-
in all the smart
of Herbine. am well and heal-
rate which has
stantly increasing
BY thy. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company styles and exclusive
the consumption during
of finest
dw suitings quality-imported
Suwannee Drug Company. last ninety years be maintained, our and domestic worsteds cheviots ser-

coal will practically be exhausted I ges and cassimeres-the counterpartin
Senora Creel wife of the Mexican
I within 100 ears.-Marius R. Campbell -
,.t!Kirovs PROCLAMATION.: man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to ambassador is the richest woman in every detail of $40 to-
in the National Geographic Magazine -
police Is hereby given that at the fill unexpired term caused lay re- the diplomatic set in Washington measure-made suits, specialfor $20

J General City Election of they moval from Wards and resignationof That is not saying'that the other women I this week only s .

of Live Oak. Suwannee County. are poverty-stricken, however,
,1'1 incumbents. Jury List. SPRINC SUITS FOR EOYS AT
0nda to be ,held on the first Tues- ;i for the fortune of Senora Creel is
dS7la May A. D. 1907. at the Given under my hand and seal thought to be about $200,000.000 Following is the jury list for the S2.50 TO S7.50

..Coined Chamber and in manner and the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907. No more definite statement can be ..May term of Circuit Court:
Every suit built of
a.t every price
JJiW.Prescribed by 'law. the fol- (Seal) M. E. BR9<> IE. made, for no one ever has been ableto : W. M. Cason Peter Odom, C. M carefully seclected materials; tailo -
; aanicipaj officers of said I Mayor City of Live Oak compute the exact value of the gold Murphy, S. W. Kennedy R. W. In- :ed by specialists to .resist wear.
t JJ are to be;Doted for and elect. I' Suwannee County. Florida. mines and the lands she owns in gram, H. J. Green L. 31. Ballentine, keep their shape and fit perfectly in

taJ.V(, tsoll.1oS;'' a Clerk, Treasurer Attest: < Chihuahua.-Chicago Evening Post. W H. Ezell J. R. Mills. J. W. LJpsey every size -Norfolk double-breast
5 by same S. P. MAYS Clerk. J. J. Lewis, C. A. Knight, G. T.
person ed and single-breasted Sack, and
'&"!u ,Pollector; a Marshal and Live Oak, Florida An Insidious l>anger Meeks, J. T. Mathis. S. E. Pinkbam. dainty creations in' plain and fancy
, *7.Iapector _. Samuel Platt, C. B. Oll'ff. J. C. Pink-
features of kidney '
f Jr filled by same per- -- -- --T -- One of the worst fabrics for little men of 3 to S
)0. jT' "alt. Alderman from Ward +IMM >* 4+ ** *** trouble is that it is an insidious I I ham S. A. Richardson, S. E. Newman years.
the realizeshis W H. Lamb. J. I. KIrkland C,
j. fWderman from Ward No. disease and before yictim .
\'-aft\1dermaa:from Ward No. S; : : DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR ; danger be may have a fatal mala :t., Haynes J. W. Hobbs J. J. Sum-

!4:4ennu: from Ward 'No.4; I dy. Take 'FOley's'Kidney Cure at the ner, \. E. Taylor. W II Cameron.

? enJI..h'" ri'o In Ward No- 5; an i ;. VETERINARY i first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities D D. Richardson N. H. Green, L. C. BUTLER BROS

. &n Irani tbe City at 'Large; Solicits witrenaire'Office and prevents Bright' ar:!er, Brantley Padgett. W D. Stia-
ea Uond T : your J disease and diabetes. City Pharmacy son, J. D. Parnelk W. E. Harrell J
; Trustee to fill *x- tat residences-Phone (3 rings) 148 "
tena of rtw S. Poucter. J. T. Neeley. :IENS'
C A. .1
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i t- b y In Ipo6 North Dakota Passed. a* Purl



Paint Law ....

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t f Of the Paints which were found on sale in North Dakota, on being analyzed by the Government experiment'"

f tion, not required to be labled as to composition, in other words, made from the statuary pigments, lead and zinc -

t I p ire tinting' colors, taking into consideration the percentage of lead, the capacity of the can and the weight per '


;r. there. were' -"only five brands of Paint that. met the requirments of the law. DEVOE LEAD AND ZINC .being oJ;

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

:. measure and adulterated. Short Sh&i
i. measure ran as high as 14 per cent; amount of water, 24 per cent; inert mat' '

per cent.
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Prospective paint buyers should be sure of getting the "real thing"call chemical analysis; are made only of Any one wishing to
discuss 1
be on their guard when 'purchasing tie,p

1 paints. A paint with only 10 per for DEVOp LEAD AND ZINC. pure white lead pure white zinc business,,we are only too glad to tat' E

;s, cent adulteration is 10 pet cent It has stood the tests of the chemists pure linseed oil, pure turpentine" dry- .the bulletin from f North Dakota .a'|

discuss It with him. _
thrown away. On a $50 job it would cf North Dakota Devoe's Paints are er, pure tinting colors and nothing We carry & r

mean,$s. In line of Devoe Paints In stock md
: purchasing paints to
strictly pure and are sold subject to else and are strictly full s
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Opposed to Ool.,J. B. Johnson for
cause unknown
to he
us shirked this LYLE
r State Senator. duty, and TRIAL. i morning, Dennis Pope .,,
later when he saw the was released Be It s. ;
Editor Democrat:-Inasmuch -f- under bond of by tht fe
iswe storm $400
t coming and having, no "poli Waycross Barber appear the City Council of the CKytfk
are to have a special election Charged With Killing 3uth Inst'and '
May tical axe to grind," he jumped onto the woman was released Florida: ,
f 2nd: to elect a senator to fill the Wife and Baby. Section
un- the band wagon and very severely ( from custody, as she could not 1. TLatSecttoiEl

l' expired term of the lamented Senator condemned the men who, were doing Waycross, Ga., April 24.-Harry be directly Implicated In the assault. of Live Ordinance No. 11 of fag

Newlan. deceased and as we have their duty as they saw it'in the mat- E. Lyle, chargerfjvith the murder of Eeputy Stokely, It Is generally believed Oak, Florida, tol&f B*
t only two candidates to select from. his wife and iron has ance entitled "An onftiusl
ter of hard roads. No, no, the Col- baby trial in the captured the guilty par- the salary to be
we desire to give a few reasons why onel superior court here and: ties and It is received B
rather deserves discredit for It Ia"expectI to be hoped that justice fivers of the City of Lin Ootl
i we should not vote for one of them deserting the post the people elected ed that his case Will go to the Jury i I will be meted out ,to them. A great Ida" approved October *.

I namely Col. J. B. Johnson as follows him to, for if he had done his duty, tomorrow. Lyle is a barber. Severalmonths 1! many of our citizens, owing to the and the same Is hereby &

r : perhaps things would have been different ago he. used a shot' gun with I youthfulness of two of the parties. as (to Section read as follows:
) The City .
y:.. He has been as he himself says and he and others would have fatal effect upon his wife and child. > think a genuine wholesome flogging shall receive a salary of lit
; attorney for the Atlantic Coast Line been beter I f Witnesses declared that he would be the Dollars
'," satisfied as to money I was drunk best punishment for per month u City land
b Railway for the past eight'years, and spent for machinery and the hard .i: at the time though they did not 1 ttem. At all events they should be i the sum of Tea DoCs

Las "attended to" their business honestly road built only four miles. I i; question his sanity. j I I I punished to the full extent of the law. I City month of as Live Sanitai Oak, > Icipectarii

and fairly. Now the question Consistency is indeed I Lyle's defense is that the i I Ftorida
e a jewel, but j I. shooting i I!{ bection ii.rPU tan QC;
arises can we, as voters. having Cot Johnson seems not to know any i i' was accidental. It has been establish-j The Ifriiiking of Water. to take effect Immediately p

t the welfare of Ban interests at heart thing of It. He said the former ed by evidence however that he had It is raid to be passage and approval bj&

;i' afford to elect a corporation lawyerto I board of county commissioners wart been cruel to his wife before the I many people do a fact that a great Fassed by the CKj Coo!

to the State Senate? Do we xtravagant and had scooting, tl ese cruelties not drink sufficient 22nd day of April A. R IIC
no legal having water.
right ex- Whether
this Is due to CHAS. H. BBOH
well know that a man so employed I to employ Col. J. tended over a period of the
F. ,
.- Harrell as county many months. unpalatability of the Attest: Pres. Oft
,J nas nis nanas tied? He has, and water supplied
attorney but we see this same Cot to not a few of the S. P. MAYS, City Clert,=::
cannot be free to act for the best In- Johnson Capt. Hawkins cities of this
taking the job himself at ; ex-sheriff of Su cojntry or to other I. S. P. Mays City CJet t''
terest of the community at large. $200 a year, when it was tendered wannee county has returned from is said to causes the fact City of Live Oak Flortti fcjj

%: Human nature is human nature and him by the present'board.How Steinhatchee where he and his is made that remain and the statement by certify that the abend'!

we cannot expect an unbiased legjsla- can we afford to place the family and friends have been traced directly thereto is to be going Ordinance No. SI w+ply
sojourning not
I r: tor from such a source. ighest honor within for some time a little of the sickness passed by the City Oottfi: ,
our gift upon past. The doctors *
are 22nd
called day of April. lilt,
Mr. Johnson has upon to treat.
already severaljobs" Captain Es-
a ? a hotel
down II
there the pecially l this i same is hereby certiSet
c to hold his attention, namely roof of true of disorders of
: We have no animus against Col. which Is the canopy of heaven tLe kidneys Mayor for his approval
? Attorney for,the Atlantic Coast Line and bladder, which miwl'I ''
Johnson, nor have we any special except the shelter of woman are organs Witness my hand

attorney for the county mayor of LiveOak love for W A. Tison but we believe folks, a*nd they have tents to live' in. by the said to be .greatly benefited City this April U, 1MI -

t for the ensuing term, secretary Tison's hands The ex-sheriff is flushing that naturally follows (Seal) s.P:lbCI
are untied, and that be a great admirer of the free use of :3 I

k county Democratic executive commit would best serve us in the senate at Steinbatchee Springs, and spends his The lack -of good drinking water. Examined and approved if* I
t tee. and also a candidate for judge ofi. leisure such flushing is
present so he gets our vote and we time there. This time he was I to be In large asserted 23rd day of April. 158T. +
l i. the Criminal Court of Record to be sincerely trust that all others may see i surrounded by Sheriff Rickerson and : for measure responsible M. E. BROOn IIf
many of
t 1 established soon In' the county. It as we do. and if so. we will keep i I family, Sheriff Land, of Lafayette disorders the kidney and bladder
1: Truly he is hard to satisfy. His in- the and Capt. with which physicians have
changeable inconsistent Hawkins of
and Perry.
Uncle to
contend. TO
r t- satiate appetite for office is A 'favorite -
uncon- Billy Brown and
greedy Colonel at home and send II I and Uncle Joe Willams ful sUccess-
treatment for ____
i querable. such
Tison secured "aC> "
to the --- 1
senate May 2nd. acommodations under um- by "rco usea: :
r. Some few are Intending to vote fork J. D. BLANTON.Vote brella trees:,.and Mrs. Isaac Hart o,." sists progressive of medical men Con-
Johnson because they say he "busted" family and ----- '4 the administration three CLEMH05
D.Hankins times
- CaptjV. and a day of a T. J.
t' the hard tablespoonful
road business.
up In
for Johnson. wife occupied suburban of this prescription -
+ this they are greatly mistaken. The cottages. which any first-class c
t- I feel It my duty as a voter and people of Lafayette are generous macist phar-
a oJobnson was a hard road's man first !citizen of this county to say a few to a fault, and the entire can compound: % oz. Fluid
party Extract
, J. last and all the time. During the | words through the columns of the joyed the pleasures to the utmost.en- tract of Buchu, % oz. Fluid Ex- For Fresh Grocass ]

.: bond election in the summer of 1905. i I Suwannee Democrat in favor of Col. Capt. Hawkins will not re-open his' V of Uva Ursi 1 oz. Amet Cordial,
F he wrote two or three letters in the J. B. fotel until oz. Fluid Extract of
i I I i Johnson the able Suwan- about the 15th of May. and Liverwort
f r 1 Democrat advocating the bond issue I Ii ,: nee county raised boy, who aspires to Fishing and bunting Is abundant treatment 15 ozs. water. A feature of this and Best Fkr
and went into detail as to how there. is the
|Abe our next State Senator. I have I direction to the pa-

k' beautiful and how cheap the thing known him since his boyhood days tient to drink plenty of water and to

r t could be done, what a big saving it and so has every other old citizensof 1 Deputy Sheriff at continue the use of the medicine for Meats at the4;}

i-: would be in the matter of hauling off this county. He is honest true Rocky Cut Stokely went to least a month in order that the Im-

f farm produce etc. Actually figuring and deserves the support of all. He woman named yesterday and arrested a purities which cause the disorder :
it ,out that the roads would for Pope and three negro may be entirely
t pay raised his voice eliminated
more than once I men named from the
w r, themselves and a handsome dividend in defense of the farmers and taxpayers and Arnet Dennis McLeod Pope who and Alanzo system.- West End Ala' #
besides. When bonds were defeated, of Suwannee wee
county, and has charged
with the ORDINANCE
i. t e. among others, took part in work- saved us thousands of dollars. murderous assault An NO 5$.
', upon. the OrdInance ___ 1rj
umbrella fixer
Ipg'np a sub-road district which was Vote for Johnson the Suwannee Paul WIIlIamSron Three (3), of amending' Section
; Ordinance
carried and be elected as one of the county boy. in our issue account of which was given ing ntltled".An.ordfnance 11, be Phone 169. Free 1
t three-: road trustees, but for some CLAYLAND' TAX yesterday. At a to be received the
PAYER. by the
hearing before of the officers
Conner this of Live Oak. Florida "
.. October 6, approved -
Live Oak, :

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