Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
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 26, 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: UF00075905:00062
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Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

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8u i f et a d House Sustains the J'.. : 2 v : t Mui+......'8heri1r t aad* Deputies
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sasee. is the '. _'11 N -reached h -yesterday: that i

ate decoration day, and out w. .fl'tarI1 ; poetnl t.s.. ad+merA._ _-.;.

'deftreecs to the occasion, the Ji... .X<:AIpIn. hadf twin' shot and ;<
ed, Deputy ..Sher'Ur'a1Ier at
c. adjourned yesterday vntil to- ;; '

c- morBl 1lTbe house ,1s in o. e' repaired to tie scerfe cad em- i
lu usual cleaning up the big lled Vjury and Justice Thom>
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ir, Nt'thla evening will go in la acting as coroner.No rerdlct

dill ,be reached until this, evening.It .
Tidy to the cltt, cemetery, where -
jet,appropriate to the ? day seems that Starling had left Us

W dulled -ent .under. the aus- store and started to the depot fcbowt':

of'the Daughter .of* the<< Con- two o'clock'when' three shots were

,.' ,sad the, Confederatevetertfetter&vjnorning .. fired fro al 'double-barrel "shotgun., J _

_. ,P, f faded. wit buckshot,::and Starling!
; 'in the house felL, His :wtye>'*ho was to ib store, -

u, Bof very,eventfuL though. there I heard ti&fir slotd'baw her hnsband -

'i a r o*deal of talkUg done. The a iat{) 1 plde the track another .

; important action, was the, sus- :wds. qU Hy- tIred and:after

f of of'Governor; Broward's veto a Wii.ahbrt Inter Mi-abenrftrei" totJoad ,

wu'tnadeva 'special'tofo --for ,'an'other"inoiwaa'. flrexi; When,

[1V. ;IIItl! 'governor had',returned the body was taken' }homey 2* buckshot

abtll, introduced wounds were founds jiPon his,
Mftoot his approval : :
qt sate wt session by President 1 # person; all In the front and'one aide :

..,An. and passed through' "'both ; -'. oft the body the,head.except :three whichpierced

< providing for the publication
: if?. Starling has ben having considerable
It of detailed report: of .the r

r.'official 'The: governor' ..witbte ,.. ,.... .t-i trouble with his neighbors _

[' approval_ .upon/the''ground I iR :.' . A of late, and he was shot at, but not -_

i tLiatormatioii wan already a hit about three weeks ago, and H was -
I'p tJbUe 'Tecori In tie tomS L, supposed the shooting wall done br
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office, moch*f it'being in- ODe .JenklU iOn Wednesday,
L already 'in ,She published t 1J. : ',. ins an4 :l J&met..'and :tat f emerasktfl '

../. : H' ,JaVter U he was armed, to
eL tbe,1arions': depart- .r .... :
f.:.i<<; reuaa. '<.. "Z i:. V, ,rte ..' 1't' ''- .: -r .. 5"O..t..Hii&f.' .. which he rep>>sd 'to tto MgaUv; tt ','
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.1IU1. { Jeoap. .at,law' Co; embrace the changesltbitkkltlaanerallyweeded .
to aiT1qtI $ ptofialona.( : DROU6 : fnr IntoTlraUag Tiqonn. t'<<_. astaI4 -

'stL'paased" t+'erahet'Tetd- should wiifri? tdteC't hIm he moat pay'tftA.Aijie wTthl,.jhrp,. / ;,.aoaq.Ilre "

'. f be.made. ... \11' .Y .;- # "Kana s is determinedsaid,,Cj (4anr, '.9e.rriultftiII_bfnAtttka.ttmeiW .
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'Beginning Tuesday, the house '
W. assistant
,.. \ Triekett 'attorneyitep? the meeting
: aaaiaons Toi .ncl' rtUedMllei,1rberf ;; t Wedngs ds r
-representatives wilt hoflf two-see% grill, scented- by Governor Hoch,jtpKan. dayStanntinviied Jeikins i
:to.prgiT .
b vote ,,,
tte < inali ATTORXEY f1
f sions.a.day. froman&from JO a!mto'fJ.-- X ; o.m:
faloons :i aas QIt ; bat tits
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""Eb vefo was -sustained.. LIQu6llitENOUTjOTTIBT; iri< 0Jf' 1 ) cure'a g1ll'&Dct100t't: ,_ .
.. 3 p. m., to'Vp.'hi 4l'to&lof Interview Bere! '
,/ :u ,f" in today latter- TeCnsed W declined. ,,, ..
r Rtt>(Urn; was spent In dlsenstf ftvei tours. For th'e past two" weeks .... ,... .; ..... -- to enforce the '- Its .pobksaad J it:
;.. : .uu.t. laws noont '. Oil acoubt of this trouble, suspicion ,
tH measure. Mr. Cutel .of + 'r .:'t ,
it ha&.been meeting'tr 1n 9 L'in to .. Leo demonstrat ,,Urthe. Country
aa T: points to Jenkins, jet there (a nojpbsi \ rtf
made a sort eech, in -r- )
1 ,p..IB, -The new'order1 }s it'accorR that itiis.aaQvgiehgn;sate. In factasvSkfw evidence .*
h that'thn'statgme= tire against him! la hlttesUraody :
stied its 1 : .
aace with a resolution adopted'by thehouse Y1ValLL a.iisIQ9B I ; __ ..\ltJ bAnie. 'Treason andnullification before the coronerurl: ,. -
-ity the Mft'to'be' polished offered by Mrs Wilson, of" < will not bcj permitted last evening Jenkins_ state 'tha):. be-: '1> Jt
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a volnm large the
as as
Hernando, withaubaequent amend ,.
within its borders '
.. was on'the'porch Mf.Hamvllton -
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statutes or Florida'
ments.. of offereda "
Mr- Wells f residence wen e hear'*:. the. :
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,i beta able' to esilmate theThe The Sn Court H Given Xeemsry GII ; .
Satuf e -
until UPWiN
..resolution- 'adjourn :
"& bl iiJit ; c, :ih-dt'l'8-- ", ,,'F ... ,8, .HAN, -f shots'fired;;; :'but-that family was :not -. '1
question." the } day .out ol .respect to Decoration day: RecetreTS Will Be' """" : .' '
at hamevto.corroborate his statement. :
tOTernor'a eto-to the con- NaDH'd tor.n rets ing t mpaniea ltJ wed: i Cie .
tonfuslon caused
bat.during the Vy .
5Otwitlutaf4ingaa fort ,mot ; -r---;;_!.. iiU- -'- fJe ta'hwa1ttecl"'over ,to PinemoonttbatJday.'caTid ; i.J
t 'b7>> several:-tootlone !lc'1'offerM at the ,,'"J..AA I .. -ed Out Kentaekj ,Cstcb.G4rl' 'on-the road'met.., '.a
t of fout to'4 6 noes. Those .
ayes same..tlme. 'the" point of-order was Hit With Brass ,Knocks. friend ,Mr. -Whltlpy.. and said that ;
I n the affirmative HearS; o'clock".nd ,: ,TopekaKans., April 26.Attorney f ; : j
raised that it wad 1 time. Ashland..Ky. April %S. '
-.General'Jackson,. by..securing an : At.Sut there wxrotd'Mke hell raised 'in -HoAlp4 .
w.. Melton. .v.Milttuor: .. and to-adjonitu Speaker Matthews sn. iBjunctlen"" against nine foreign tones Newton Graysoa.. in. af jFjree'forall. : : *> atd&J1"l1 en asked for in- "

The question;:was ln.no tal ned,the'point'Of i OTderTand declared fight between tbe.P,strich.JSexton_ expUnattoiaf r>fuled 'to explain:; 7
brewing' companies' prevent their ? : ,
I aa ,tdmlBlttradTon' j Rage. beingI tk* housejadjourned. until 9 o'clock '' and Haney brother$,*b 'oke'up a revival When'thehhedtlifa took place, the
owning "property and operating saloons
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4 strictly on its merits from.a' '
this, morning Y The" affair caused
service. was ,depot agent claims he.'was in'Brock'sstore :
c is. Ine.1 Senate and obtalnjng an orders for
fta&dpoint' by occurred* the house byv one-of the Patricks, who held the '
in know
; A close fight of receivers for the and does not was
.horie., and appointment
t .s-from the by other.a very' over thft-pasage of the bill, by 3Jr. brewers' property; has; taken the bandof Albert. Hanes sweetheart. :.in the depot;to do the shooting. The: :-

-ether Peeples.of Bradford' appropriating most effective measure ever'Invokedto Haney struck Jim Patrick and' their' case i* an 'intricate,.One and,It :win tit

loose_ wai important the measure' In $4,000 a:year for two years to mainr enforce the problbJtory law in friends took sides 'a1d" started the i be. a. hard matter to eecftre:a,conviction ,

reconsideration off taro 'pormal'.schoolajn connection battle that literally eleaned'out the even if the guilty party arm y:
summer intends J'
,eU Kansas. He to posh hi* cras&d0 i _
[ the '
preceding. .
x day by church. Grim:patrkk' skull was '
with the'State'univeJpity 1 ; t!e rested. ';'
1 it bin >to an active conclusion aod'today ...
' Watson was Florida Female college and the State. in 'an interview said: v crushed. He:: will idle.f' I Starting buts few months'ago took .of
,**. Reese, of ;.scambta.who The glrj,wfco was tiie] ""hinocentcause.ef ;
Ltt IIht! Colored Normal; It was i,opposed bjMr. ""When .receiver Is named he out two life-InsnranCe policies with ; _

i b oi against On t tttt.on; W ..Matthew, of Marion, as "specialleglstatioB. wild proceed to- locate and take under .. the .trouble: was' struck' by, B. W. 'Helyenston ageficy'lSerlu for ,

'' rtJectlonable, Uf es Yn'r4t ." also by, Mr:'$Ilgore, jot. ooatrol all property of the. defendants a pair of,iras ;knuckles'1n4 seriously $1,000eaeh.. .+.I'te leaves('a -wife and ..\ .

:L w knots pemittlng tor the irtapecforaNtod Sumter'and Mf. F*ulkner' of' Taylor, -'found in the state, and will thus injured. .Tb .piinclpals are under four children and"an 'aged* mother, to -. .' .f

Nnltiig its qiose/who'cahnot"on the latter of whom.is hot'an enthusiast be able to state every place where the arresU- *-, '' mourn theii loss. ft. -
defeat third .... i
educational expenditures .
on the' subject pf defendants are In any way carrying 't .
,g; .er.opposed which the motion' to re- and who has a constitu- .bIIaiu(ess In Kansas. vAny attempt )F1iGiNE$ .KIU&1 D.; -g PAID 45OOO DAMAGES) ./
was made Mr.
s of. Alachna. as open by i iig iip t ona] amendment pending providing 9)gonceal .,the sale of liquors will Sad Accident'Occurred at a Mill' Never -_ ., .. s "" '1/
that negro schools shaft supported' under all their Kria rick..
; i la fall place the defendants : -.t'
a'ma Gets jWtnsage 'for Arm
ter which bad a1- Breakman. ,
,been from the taxes paid by negroes and participating agents any place in the Ocala. April 25'Wednesday.about '
dliposed "
though he.ef.after,lengthy white"'schools from the'taxes paid'by statein contempt of the supreme noon a steam boiler at the.blg Sumner "'Leg and..FlBgers. aNew .-.., .'... :...

of soave of was heartily whites.- Mr. Dudley Hlllsbefough. court. Lumber company's mill, located at York.vAprll 2EaThe ,i.-r.? '. .,.

old gladly' Mr.arter. s ideas chairman of the house committee "The property will be old and out Zuber, near Kendrick exploded, kill- nera for the New* Tork' dew. ; Haven ...;
snppgrt ,
a le the present lair'based appendis upon- education, championed 'the measure' of a -the proceeds Ote.court will pay all Ing -engineer, Mr. D. S. Bowres, and Hartford RailroadCompany' have #, ;

Ia tba iateresti'' of' in the absence of Mr. Peeples,"'andwavsetonded costs and, damages.,due the state; It demolishing the engine room and agreed pay-Harry Monroe, a former -

the house 'rbtedV harmony. byMr. Knight Citrhsand .necessary to send.the militia to enforce doing other damage. A physicianwas brakeman $4 ,0Q0'tor injuries received -... ',>;

S ,tat the bill was.hferred recoa-tctUi; -Mr. DuPont 'of ,St. Johns. The the order, the defendants will 'sumoned from Ocala. but; of by him JanuaryJll., this, near,

,tollllll1ttee. '\ rV MacWfthBB. bill'passed bra vote of 80 to 25, but !' pay he, bill, H will not be necessary course could do do nothing for the while he was working fqr, the, com

3 or 81. before the vote,was,announced, 'Mr. thin. however. The brewers'groperty' unfortunate man as'he was killed'in- pany. Joseph' Shay, attorney for y.
this to
a was one chairman of I Kirkland Lake changed from no-to ; 4n Kwwas.consists of ware- ttax-dy. Mr. Bowers was about thir- Munro, brongh salt for $100,000.. '. !' J!.
.6t "thV hardest I
I taf the f aye, for the purpose.of moving'a"reconalderatioa I bouses ,4,saloon fixtures valued atmaqyt (y-twV--yettrs of 'age and came from The complainant said" that' ,Munro .; .1. awhile
aeere (the ballot, I Irobab1 It "
t d testy thai : the this-morning. I thoasa&ds,oX dollars." GeorgUfwlth the owners of the mill at-work on the top of a freight f -I :>1'X

i .bItka from'a. when I In the senate the' same: bill Introduced Are .U,Jle .Driven Oat. I trt Zttber. He was a valuable
ambers amoi the gat tommittee.the'trong. >y Mr. Crews,-of the '15th ..{t Cansas Qty.JUn's. April 26.- { and the 'accident that>earned roof of one ef the cars. He,'% was>(.-J to '.l" ."'ri

: ta of thr; was passed unanimously yesterday forelgndiquortcoa'pgru'- hf. death Is. very 'greatly depored.He'leaves thrown between-- the cars, Din. -right '- '
feature !
the which morning.S ''. a'-wrfewho. Is prostrate ana and leg cat off 'aD4'e fingers "

K DIl- IIlht."ii, aars: Reese' The senate passed house bllJ1 No." that state on(with'fet'htHrl&ie, death, of 'ble. left.>hand ampu1 stet, When .
:)" from
? .t -ii drjeR
and tQ, _
m. Nasr .
ot t'd<< .
x -: 'Wo'YidlDg',f 11* t thexas* was-called for'.trial:! : r; .
1tCt1o. I v it lse 27, by-14"; Reese Jtbe. strength. of the recent decision ;.z ; ., : > -
elf. dial wnh modifledx eiperation of.white Fd colored-passemcers fofjthe ..UnitedStates supreme court, MissSadie Greeir left.thla.memlng day etthere-was a en.uUatloo;with Sz _":'iJ"t.s ;
b o:reat of .uttseiau8-'; Tall&huHe-to" W Taft, attorwer'fOT tbe.Flcs44I.
the summer.
.ta on street tsrsa constitutional the for X
: i
t7 amtn 4ed e1l'ander jcti... .which. held. to. be ;;'
lefae : : sttatedby: Hr Bel d'ford'blfl: Of' .making misdemeanor, punishable Miss Sadie win'betnnch missed from and then Mr, & announced.the ttetr,-fin-.':ft Jbi
Jt a "
111 law .
practi >'gtaci or *
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.1 .M .u j to u..-cat.
_ imcadmeat:1 e" tlie:'pTac. 't Continued. on.page eight- by fipe and ...

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i .' s'P eamoda's DeadiY'Work. -; ec 4 ,.,..,M! ::,,"' '"OI > YA.CE'No., 58. 1(tothe ,northern ;b uuAdrjof'\Wilbur PROFE*

street as It now stands, runniac at
-" your couTis only \the;thrjat and Ordinance amend Sections
An to said OhiQ.aTeuu.l0U
i i Hfht angles '
has seriously affected my right -
to .writes MrsY'Fanle. Connor. does n ble; yo-t.. .W.. 'doa't 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 18 of the J t i: fiat to Whitt street< laWhite's Addt; G S,bows;

lung.- think that It needs no ate UQD. Whenit City ef Live Oak. Florida being an,[non in said City of. Live Oak* Florida -
of Rural Route 1. Georgetown, Tenn., I has not tad-much a start is the Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to excepting therefrom three feet BROW &

that I coughed. continuously night I i prohibit the running at large On the across the northern aide of the _
and day and the neighbors predic I time to check it. The slightest, streets of the City of Live Oak:,' of Farahley family Nirial grounds

n.umpUonemed' -Inevitable. I Cfeugh easily leads to Pneumonia,, horses: mules hogs and goats, and which is Included In said description PHYsicuKsiiLTTKolX.,

I Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle to provide for >the Impounding and and within the Iron fence inclosing s
.,until my husband brought homea I of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will disposing of the same." passed said burial grounds.
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery September 30th 1903. and approved i I Section II. That condemnation ;. a
cure that-tough. The price puts It
October 6th.1903. 1| proeeedlngriHairW ". Institutes T -the
f1ch.la. my case proved to be the '
: within reach of all. So.l. 'by Suw n. Be ordained the Mayor and Oak J.
only real cough cure and restorer of I It by name of the City of Live In accordance Jr.'i
nee .Drug. Co. dw". City Council of the City of Live Oak. with the provisions of the DR.Pbpz
weak sore lungsWhen all other Florida: 1 I Statutes In such case made and provided ; a &
remedies utterly fall., yon may still able publications of Its kind publlsh- Section la. That Section 1. See- for the purpose of carryin ;I

win In the batUe against lung and I eded Is, .the United States."-.ItJ*. Uon '2' and Section 7 of Ordinance out the provisions of Section 1 of Office: Carroll

throat troubles with New plscovery. printed on heavy book paper. contains No. IS of the City of Live Oak this Ordinance. R idanc 7 at Sill
thirty-four pages is published Florida being an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance
the real cure. Guaranteed 'by Bar I on the 25th of each month. Each and **An"ordinance to prohibit the run shall take effect upon its passage by r'hoos: omca ii..let "

clay 4k.,Groover. druggists.- '50c and every department is in charge of an ning at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the Ka..11. :;;1

fl.OO. Trial bottle free. dw"WOXDERFUlj l expert. No one who has a horse, cattle City of. Live Oak of horses mules Mayor, or upon Its becoming a n ;. Dna 8.aAT'rORREZ iS4
or live stock should be without hogs aftd 'goats, and to provide for ordinance without the approval of this
this publication. -" the Impounding and disposing of the I Mayor. ]MeE.. BKO -

CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM a handsome same" 'ire.ed October 6. 1903.( eAnd' Introduced'by Alderman F. Ion

32:page monthly publication .th skiae)&re hereby amended. Robertson and passed by City -,

What Five Dollars and Seventy-Five printed on heavy book paper and as to. res t.lI.t-i 1toWI: ( Council in regular session assemble $Vic lDil,
Cents Will Do. contains many handsome halt-tone Il f Settpn IrOUorses, mules hogs on this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907
lustrations. It is a publication thatis and.goaisr.i>ll jRot he! allowed to ran CHAS. H. BROWN RYE OAL :
This paper, at quite an expense anda at large any"of'.the streets Alleys > --
edited by the Hon. A Maxwell. upon v } President City CounciL w T
great deal of work has arranged a one of the bestknownwriters* in.this lanes or unenctosed-'property of ,Attest *' ": :=:..isoav.au.a-"" sa

Club offer of fourteen well-known country. No publican in Its class the City of Live Oakland that cows S. P. SLAYS City Clerk. : :- Ete. ASrivmPIs5O854'w
Papers and Magazines including the with MaxwefV* Talisman. shall not be allowed tQ'run at large : -,
compares I S. P. Mayw; City Clerk of theCity
It has been publishedTajrthUago, Ill.. upon any of the stres ts :lanes., or of Live.Oak. Florida, do hereby i
that could
only $3.73. Realizing we for seven years. R:'_ ff public hlgh1Usot. toe said City or certify that the above and foregoing
largely increase our circulation we DtXOK
other 'uneatioeed'.premises, within L.M.
to the TilE FARM MONEY MAKER Is Ordinance No. 57 waarrcgjilarly passed ,
entered into a contract use a the following boundary: In said City '
i and Magazines that compose large handsome publication which by tft City-Council on the 8th day
Papers of.LITe,Oak, Florida te-wit: '
this Club. The Dally Democrat does has been running a great many yearsin Beglnnig .at a point 'where? Irvin of April. A. D. 1907. anctthe same DENTtgOavopo. 1:

net make a' cent out of this offer. Cincinnati. O.. and contains various and Tint streets Intersects and run is hereby certified to the Mayor. for !

In fact we lose money but by increasing departments in regard,to every ning south to where Irvin and Carroll I his, approval. ,.: :
and seal of
of the farm sad also Bas Witness my hand said :
our circulation we can secure part many. streets Intersect thence east 'to w- ,
City this 8th day of. April... A. D. t
more advertising and also get a bet- well-known writers In- charge of I' Houston street thence south along '. g
ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence 1907.Seal "
fore made an offer that equals ours. home and also matter that is interesting east on John street to Church street ) S. P. MAYS.Clerk. T. J. LnE
Every to for one full and bf value to every member City
paper goes you thence south on Church street to corporation '
year. All are well known and long of the family.SOL'ThERN. line thence east on'corporation Examined and approved' by me PracticalWATCHMAKEH .1
this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.
worth times the
established many POULTRY FANCIER line to White street thence ?
M. E. BROOMS Mayor.Mr. AIO
price we ask. They are from the This 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 35 ear's fItJC'IIII
combined values including the Live published at Atlanta Ga. Each Issue a point opposite Georgia avenue S. L. Bowen of Wayne W Good stock ci Watchesahrtsr.

Oak Dally Democrat is over 113.00. contains from 40 to 50 pages printed thence north to and along Georgia Ca.. writes: "I was a sufferer from

We are only able to make this offer in magazine form on heavy boek pa avenue to the northeast corner of Kidney disease so that at times J

for a very short time and it will positively per. Anyone that has chickens, pigeons Bryson street and Georgia avenue could not get out of bed. and whenI .K&0.....
be withdrawn soon. you thence due north along section line
pet stock turkeys geese ducks
want the best bargain ever offered etc.. will not only save but.. make to .a point opposite Fifth street did. I could not stand straight. I ROBERSON&:,

you order the Club now. Do not money by having this well-known thence west to and along Fifth streetto took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar ,

wait foi you may hesitate 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 '* ATTORNEYS
cured me entirely 'Foley's Kidney
or all of the papers in the Club your say that it is one ef the best of its Coast Line'n.llroad to First street f '
time will be extended one year from kind and is as handsome, readable thence wrest along First street to Cure: works wonders where others Will do general prtctki fej

date of your order. Probably yon do and valuable a poultry paper as is point of beginning." are: total- .failures. .City"Phar' Federal(frm,"
not care to have all of the Papers and published, we will send same to them "Section II. It shall be the duty ma y. dv1*
address. If _.. __ OOM.i ass a
to lUitauaCiiwTsw
Magazines sent your or *
three months as an absolute presezlt. the Cit-0001 Marshal /\v vs. 4<....\A"V"'I**& *
not. you can split the Club and hare Marshal or policeman of the saId CLERK( AND INSPECTORS. Its tlrr.
them sent ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis City to take possession of/and/ LIVE OAK. ; :
Live Oak. Fla.. April 11. 1907.
addresses or two or more parties can published In Boston and no matter a pound to be provided for that

come in together and divide the Club what price is paid for a similar publication purpose any horse mule hog or goat The,Board of County Commissioners FQIIYS]m

among themselves. On acount of the no one will be able to securea found by him or them running at of Suwannee County. Florida at s
limited time that we will be able to publication at the same price which large Owe C UM FChai
upon any of the streets, alleys. a meeting called for and held on said e'silt
make this wonderful offer we will be will equal this one. It is published in tlghways
or ,other
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest"of the women and child- :'witMn said City unenclosed and likewise property date; at which were present Commissioners

anyone. We take pleasure In giving ren and it is worth many times the take possession of and in said W. A. Tison, M. 1:. Burnett
a short sketch of each paper in the price that is asked for the entire pound aru cow found by him or them and J. H. Grant appointed the following s
Club. punning 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 anelection to be held la jQbo&a
Memphis;Tenn., is in Its seventeenthyear. in New York in magazine form other unenclosed property of said C ( & Osa4)
It is published monthly on the and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the bound- said. County on May 2. 1907.

15th of each month. Colonel HughL. magazines of its kind ever produced aries prescribed In Section I hereof." District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers

Bedford its editor. .one of the by any publisher. It Is full of interesting "Section VII. For catching and; J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady, In- Almost cvay bj -.

best-known agricultural writers in the matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordinance spectors; A. J. Williams Clerk. of a re&able razwdrbs]
United States. He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal shall be entitled ditahea at some ems M j
farm near Memphis and also has'alarge best-known writers in the country. to the following fees namely District No. %.-W. E. Harrell. J.

cotton plantation in Mississippiand This magazine will please all, no mat For catching and impounding horses R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson In- year.

an orange and fruit farm In ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk. This remedy i

Florida. He is ably assisted by a what they read. goats thirty cents per head hogs one District Jfo. 3.-Will McLeod G. by dealer who Km zF'.
large number of department editors dollar per head. For feeding and many jean and knwfcwj
writers and correspondents. taking care of such W.: Golf and A. M. Moaeley Inspectors t&tesbmomals
special well-known magazine which Is pub- stock while in It hat record
The Journal makes a specialty of Its pound for horses mules and cows he ; W. D. Whatley. Clerk. from gabHp
lished in Philadelphia is not only one
Cotton Manufacturing. Lumber and of the most successful of Its kind, shall receive forty cents per day per District No. ...-L. C. Young J. H. It
additionto has been proo&s j jaoant
in head
Departments, each for
Industrial hogs
or goats ten
cents McLeod
but without doubt one of the most and George Gamble. Inspec- *
full and complete depart per day head with sail
having per each; for advertising
I carefully edited in the United
papers tors Ed. McLeod, Clerk.
ments of the Home Garden Fruit In and selling such animals be shall results. .
States Any farmer planter,
Farm Poultry. Cattle Live Stock fact anyone who has fruits:flowers I receive the sum of fifty cents (or District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T. It Las often ,sues'

etc. It Is very readable and full 32 of vegetables live stock and poultry. :horses mules or cows per head and L. Dorsett and W. M. George. Inspectors medicine could 6a a beat

bright snappy news and contains will find that the Practical Farmer i for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- ; B. E. Martin Clerk. lonmocei
t five or physciafl ,,
pages. cents per bead each. The
-THE AMERICA FARMER, of In will times save the them price during that they the pay year for many the i"hog" under this ordinance' shall word be District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome S. alt only ccd su. j j"you

dianapolis.! Ind.. has been published entire Club. taken to Include "pigs." G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. Inspectors afford to rak s> BD}

twenty- Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each Issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEIs shall take effect immediately upon District No. ,
7.-T. P. Hurst T. Z. "
published in New York in Its
contains a full page poem from magazine passage by the Council and approval
form and contains from 30 to 60 Hurst and B. M. Holland
well-known writer. It is published : by the Mayor as to mules Inspectors;
monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis pages each issue. This well-known horses goats and hogs but shall not A. J. Bass. Clerk.

no better paper for the' home and publication contains many interesting ?o Into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. S.-G. H. Dorman J.M THOMPSON IH
well-known publica- stories and some of the most valuable from Its passage by the
farm than this City Council. Kite and J. H.
Uo*. articles which are prepared by Passed by City Council in regular J.ohns Inspectors; Drays and Delivery
well-known writers. Every depart- session this 8th day of ; E. Ferguson Clerk.
FARMER is published April A. D'
ment Is fully covered by experts In 1907 District No. '. Furniture moving
at Des Moines la., and has been .CHAS. H. BROWN. -S. W. Gary W. R
long established. Each Issue contains this publication. One of the most In- President City Council. More and Calvin Inspectors; Hauling Sped
teresting departments Is that conducted Attest-
50 to 60 and it is one Stewart .Smith *
from pages
,4 Clerk
under WC
well-known writer
and most complete by a S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. STOVE ,
of the handsomest its kind In the world. the head of "For the Little Fellows" I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the District No. 10.-A. H. Hall L.

Every publications department of the farm and and another Is "Chats With Mothers.*' City of Live Oak. Florida, do hereby A. Leggett and J. F. Williams In- Any length delivered!
Another is "Decoration of Your
home Is fully represented in this paper certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. L. Sealey Clerk. Giusines.
Home and another valuable depart-
Ordinance No. 56 of city promptly.
each of these departments regularly
and pass
ment under the head of "Embroider ed District No. 11.
by the -s.
City Council Phillips. H.
It is a very on the 8th day P #
is In charge of an expert. **
handsome publication and is a monthly -', also a department" of "Amusing of April A, D. 19u, and the same C. KIght and A. M. Lewis. Inspectors; | \} _J
the Children and another one under Is hereby certified to the T. A.
published on book paper. Mayor for Mlkell Clerk.
the head of "Home and How to his approval.
GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER, of 'leally :Make it Home," and another Witness my band and seal of District No 12.-S. D. Hugglns J H. J. MOREContractor

Rochester. N. Y., has been published department under the head of "Our City. this 8th day 'of April A.said D. Goss aad J. J. Holmes. Inspectors;
for twenty-seven years and is editedby Scanty Doctor. There are many 1901. J. H. Anderson Clerk. ant

Col. Chas. A. Green who Is said otter interesting articles in this publication (Seal)
S. P. District
No. es
to be the best-known writer of this which space alone forbids us MAYS. 13.-H. E. Delegal. W. Apply for plans

kind.In the world. He is ably assisted to mention. Any subscriber to this Examined and 'approvedCity Clerk. J. Reynolds and A, .C. Johnson. Inspectors and spesl

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

editor. These two well-known we believe, renew their subscriptionfor M. E. BROOME Mayor. District No. 14.-T. C. Williams Office on Ohio As.. f
gentlemen also have a large numberof same from year to year withoutany L. B.
department editors and special solicitation upon the part of any- Davis and T. G. Hall Inspec

writers. This magazine alone. Is one. ORDINANCE XO. 57. tors W. L. Mclnnls Clerk.

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

entire Club. In Its class no paper Papers contain stories and reading establishing opening and the A. Gilby and J. J. Collins Inspectors
with it. extending ;
la this country compares matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City of Live A. 1. Burton. Clerk Bromo-Pf

; .MODERX,STORIES, of New York the family from the smallest babyto Oak, Florida from the east side of District No. 16.-E. ,
is a :handsome and well known publication the oldest.member. Every department Ohio avenue eastward to White Futch K. Goff. A J.
J which is published monthly of the.bome farm and business I street in White's Addition to said and D. W. Harrell. Inspector; Note the i
Z = and equal to any of the weU known are fully covered by the best writers. ; City ten hundred and thirtv-twn J. C. Brock. Clerk.

monthly magazines. This alone Is You will see thousands of new pictures '"*" feet, said street to be fifty District No. 17.--J. S. Parker.
: worth the entire price of the Club. and illustrations in these pub- 50) feet in width. W. Scott and W. H. T. CURESOn
Carefully edited and contains matters lications during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor and I tors Johnson, Ins -"- =
i o' the will be unable to find In other City ; H. B. Brown Clerk.
that will interest every member : any Council of the City of Live Oak
: family. papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: The Board ordered .the Clerk to the
be able to offer to its patrons a Clubof Section 1. That Wilbur prepare- the !
street in official
MAGAZINE is published to
SOUTHWEST be voted So Opiates
j this kind composed of such representative the City of Live Oak. at said
St. Louis. Mo. on the first of Florida as It special election
at to be
Papers and Magazines, and held in
? tavnd.be opened extended LII DrtUiIs lbw
and contains from 60 to and this County
each month we can say to each and every one from the eastern on May 2nd. 1907. and
70 pages. It is one of the best-known that our offer Is worth many times Ohfo avenue in said City side of. JlliLce thereon the names of Poi
in Its fifty feet all quaIl-
magazines published and 14 the price of $3.73,. and will in width fled PM
no one at right angles electors who The City
with 'said by
fifth year. It Is handsomely gottenup make a mistake In taking advantage Ohio avenue eastward to tion reason of petl*
White or
street certificate t.P-fl
and contains many Interesting are entitled 0'1123trwivt
of same. in White's Addllton to the to hare LIVE
articles full of valuable Information We call your attention to the ad- of Live i northern said city their names printed thereon.

for every member of the family and vertisement of the Club elsewher of which said extension shall boundary be i The Board adjourned to meet April .

will please aU.m..ooDED In this edition You will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio 26th. 190t:
STOCK MAGAZINE is detailed Information in regard to the avenue frem a point on the

one of the handsomest and most read- Club. side of Ohio aVi'DtIA directly opposite eastern J. W. BRYSON W. A.Clerk.TlSO. Chairman. l VLEZ W

Makes ILid

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.- f* .mi OAK DAILY]DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY,APRIL 26* 1967." ,
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Dollar& and Seventy-five F'APHfR' -

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k. -la y ar eat&ord.
A Do**yon*IMC a aetta lav. fr_ *cap :
70a. tsu.+tO th. k14a.7i1 r -
HAT $5.75 WILL DO. hicMy!urstina TOOT olor vtn etkldn*ar.ecaty m....-aad a*. .,S

: G .t XrGZXS wU by tnVlnjSB. BAt AcEE 1ti/

AJTD xuuur fuzz ti '
of the Best Known and Most ear ran.. XI Mte it tfomt and do rTMbto what ., ,
Sixteen w.. sear m.a.s. r f'l
..... drwst sltsesa.css..rlrt tbola.mih.f srssstfssscvsa z i z-

f'F. Readable :Papers and Magazines .a.t t ;b.ta..M.andLIVE as y l of botch.drug. ,. J4J

I la\me United States and.. the LlVEOflK> DOILY DEMOGRftT\ I OAK-, 'DRUG COMPANY. 3


f r ONE, FULl' YEAR. : ONLY fOR $5.75_, j To Contractors and NOTICE Prospective Builders:

' -
. At.a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation! and Give Our will furnish you your Lime, Cement, BuildingsandPlaster
"* ,Subscribers the Best of Everything, we Have Made Arrangements Laths and all kinds of Brick.

:. to Offer Them the OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.

'61&1t6 Giobbino. oner Ever Presented DO a Paper 1 The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I

. I"') 1111111 1// I I I'll I "' :: I I"
the season Is at hand for subscribing for your newspapers and magazines for the new year. This I j ::1
u-th. tee of popular enlightenment through the products ef the printing press. The family which is
,applied with an abundance of good clean Informing and entertaining literature is always in,the process
ci wlf-educs.Uon. The.man woman or child who Is reading good newspapers and magazines is going tog
lool as truly as if enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundance -Brokerage & Commission Co.
of',ttrae reading matter always at hand to make home pleasant. and quiet the restlessness Incident
ekild&ood. To supply the,universal American demand for high-class periodical literature we have
&milled with the several publishers interested whereby we can offer you

$6y nteenGreatPapers.andMaoaz1ncsor.tlic' Price ol only$5.75 SPECIALS l WE[ CAN CHEERFULLY'. [ RECOMMENDANITA [




Journal, Memphis, T cnn. Southwest Magazine, St. Louis, IV o. TAFFY. TOLU R. T. EXTRACTS CHEWING GUM

American Successful Farmer Farming,Indianapolis, Des Moines, :Ind., Ia. Housekeepers Blooded Stock,Magazine Oxford, :Pa., Minneapolis. These e Goods s Are i 0 Most 1 oll the e Simes liD 8uwoooes I P>S COun 11Y

. 'Maxwell's" TaIismanMagazineChicago The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland..tj If your grocer hasn't them, just tell him to call up 'Phone
*. '-' 20 and he can get them for you. Don't let him give you some-
The Farm Many Maker, Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston thing just as good. If he insists in doing so you had best trade

. green's Fruit Grower, Rocheser,N. Y. Dome Queen Magazine:, New York somewhere else. i

Modem Stories Magazine:, New York Practical Farmer, Philadelphia 3150 Bbls. of Flovr we have sold since January 15th. )

t ViPoultry' } Fancier,Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul I That shows what the goods are .

Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.

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

"' 16RAND'
i. This Offer is Good Only For a Very Short Time Your Laundry Work


If you are already a subscriber to any or all .

I of these papers your time will be extended 'L .i'

i one year on receipt of the Combination r EXCURSIONTO

l Price

REFERENCES: Any Business' House in This City or any- Paper in Our PERRY FLA. 1

: Clubs v j I ,

fi#youdon't: want all the papers sent to one address you can'split the Club and have : t
them sent to any number of different addresses. we feel sure we can give you the I ON
greatest satisfaction. There U an .
Elsewhere in this will find article in to all of the I
issue you an interesting regard papers added stiffness and a glorious gloss
." in lur dub. This gives a full description of sach paper. put upon our work that enhances the I MAY 6TH.i i

The Saving'Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you your pppearance linen. and Bring lengthens your Shirts the life Collars of- I I '.

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

E'ijei' r Mogn1iee i ISYIOII Known oM ore lrom I the e Norl, 'SoUl hfistard[o 1 Wesl quickly laundry manner and and carefuly you at will done a have satisfactory in a satisfactory them-I'selves.wannee Music Brass furnished Band. Don't by the miss Su-

price.. ,hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

Every Paper Goes to You For 1 Full Year freshments.ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr.B. .

- : Live Oak Steam Laundry. J. MADISON President.G. .
PHONE 139.


on work and will guarantee satisfaction We have opened up a barber shopoa
.II L. . . . ... II . . . . . . . . t . . at best prices. Reference: 8. Ohio avenue In the White building -
A. Hinely Live Oak. Call at Demo- and solicit the patronage of the
office. whit people. Shop U newly fitted
five Dollars and Seventy-Five Cents clean.up. and everything kept neat.and
: .l -
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11m rnm\OWt: riI m' -ti tnitti *4it' mir -

declaration that be wouldn't accepta \VLf1t

,i' Published eye'F' lAf rnooi''J '- -ally The asses dUI1; :ty ednesday which occurred night .be-at nomination' for Another*erm 'If he T.F;

.1: Except d'I ; ,... had,Deifeied that D S. )3i *ar squid F-
--L' ..- i ie nt H1J 1''I"
,. -, .. I T e r Jen. tltee :Democratic a min, e. JXT "
; SHERWOOD," 1S"ii vers. and. It-&do deratOOd.thn Vr'veIt I \.1 't \. 9'V'J .' ."".
;11. nia a. over the result of the adoptionof Mr. BJ'7&n'aI I'I A WAY DOn lit** Tall 1UW ,'
I has stolen ranch of 1
;; Entered at the Poatoffice.' Lire Oak. amendment to the charter at 1 that'I I l'
r Florida., as Second Class Mall. Maf-, I the.*late-Baptist, Convention, .' In 'this thunder.. 'it is practically -Mr. Mineral Springs Hotel aj
*. [it Br4. sboullfjBnccee] < : -
Xt ,
+ ter, November T. 1'05. j| city{ 1 "'..t h'M4'pfofedt1: -
of [Roosevelt he would not only get 1 ,
trouble between' the "warring" faeegspf -i 1 HOT ATO COt O BATHS IMSURPASSerX J9DOOTA$U.VfATC ., .
ij THE UIK OiLPUEUSHlIG COMPilT.THE IH ha, tote back all" the thunder stolen from' q p *:.* tVCHY ROOM. ,B1WARO TAi1Lv;. \,
,.. ? : ,;SteJaonJJaivenji; 'j,hi--; neul n'ike tU writMZ. COWCCttClNS. w EQUIPPED STASLt
::: ..r ; PHQKE SHA8II'R'A.
.. hcannot be'settled' ik'aJTa ... ,F-m. i< '. i'" .
1 DFS wit V bem -, J. $' .-J.| Kpos vryea aa ES REASONABLE aay'aa
visa asfeeveral e ,J : e'i
year ler.,1i: e, t ;
a' 6 .d 1f otA l. !
.A ,_ gltT II. ttti the Fdrbes;ttbfelr sh2ts'6e n'' t ti d9 r'at all.S v "-
States, postage prpafrf for h.OO lug News. l PORK HOTEL DOtLING '
!more or less friction. Certain dis-
'J. per year: $2.50 for .six, months: .

: $1.25 for three monthi &rceBtl' satisfied,:parfleshaye! "WptjhamtaerTing ] j The= W s.a prtmary?Aeetioif Wi'i .... :

.. for five weeks in advance. Delivered away trying to undo what had .
+i4; to any part of the city, by been 'done, until f rffjr*the factions: been)!filled by the legislature.eiitS&e AODWS5SOUTHERN

carrier, for 10 cents per week. .the lfle majority of the members
are at "daggers pofnts and
l[are well satisfied with the present -
has been passed and the ex-Governor i iI I : BVSNEsC :
.. l
es-Ih ..u1k'
:! jF'OIt"SbT:3Tli"SLrY3TtJIt: :" '-- ".' of'duf'State,.and"trustee ol'lhe Stetson -"3a_.rege3aiiag. (
and also
Seventeenth derstand how it works
Senatorial District. I ,
t University Hoo. W. S. Jennings,
'.. The:JrJandg of, Hr J.' D. Johnsoa :an12: tesidehC L1n toln ul9)--o?'shah thPg'too. reed it Ao,.Fake their. Vn. ,1.1.? 4.i r* ft. ')
;i. ,hereby announce his name a* a< caddy= i great Baptist educational Institution.. "c .lUD3 and elacUou sure.V.. j i F 4, -

,jz t date for State Senator and earnestly came almost to blows--or In ether [
is in receipt of aletter u.
The Democrat
),; solicit the support of all good true words a "street brawl." was j veifc. *

i; Democrats at the special election to ,ed only by friends Interfertng: 'Vhlle from Little Rock Ark.. InLwJUch

be'held.-irr1OTraanee: county/-: on the' StNSIt1n-'UfltM'Stt1'1t Saptis_ t..wr\ 3X"t.hayeTJust
." 1 I been reading a copy of the Live Oak
.! May 2nd. VOTERS. institution, It isonein h ver-i.' .
:. .' -\'- fS'-my intention"lo
r DaJIy ii
i rpetopcraW
.6. ,cit3setp'bj-t.; F 10rf'!' YPflPrld J
FOR STATnIt: r.. i Ty* jc Flor a' end ask that you
b i'he'Pr byteria = tttodttt Ad-j i no.eKo ?
I hereby anno $lf 'a !*: > IX./-i 't- Vs- *-- *? !i-i mew ;!jvi eW', -'srtbples 43f th :
w : or vbat =an4Farintstedi&tststLt
+It candidate for Of Stateen-- } l1} otr 4lffcemt dates. J1'ronkF!?
g ,ator for the Sgvthitdest' "&natorlal: ezs. &t. !III1 J ttled your 'rft"Jud&e"'f.fft Oak'tb be tfi
however, and settled we hope
% District of Florida: ,: and respectfully. very good business place." .)f'
+ r" 'for the"people1 Florida regardless
} solicit the.supp rt of.the;Democratic.1voters >
of religious "denomination loVe the =
of Suwanne-, county. Nine negro inmates of the New miI
i .' .r \f.: A. TISOM. :'' Stetson University'and appreciate the
Orleans jail will no doubt ball with
great and good work being done by i
; joy the proposition to make them sub-
Presltdent* n X w o Irgart4: s .. ,..[arm e le montjs1. a FOUR,.MONTHy-
t "
j V And-LiTe Oak coi tn sjto frtg one'of'the greatest'-edaeate'rsitr. ttr iM _;! .! -'wi1lbe 3 i I A.NY'DEfARTM.for
is desired ascertain If molasses as ,
Put your spare money'ln._T3uwan- qoMintry. and the marked .Improve. sold "before the 'pure food law went Special courses in all Departments have been K> ta&m.

nee' county proPerty ".*Np.*'o\heiR; Iti-' eat-4nd advaAcemeaLmade' In,th f. .lnto"effeci"1s injurious to health, -and student entering. on ,this.special 'offer. anffinish w\ hnj t letr.a J. ascholarship.
'*u *, !I institution, since he. took charge as. *- to \ '
vestment fbeat.lt.J.. : the negroes'will' be fed wi ththe liquid
...I ,( president. have been very npticeable.Therefore '
-1- ''sweets to -fb lull. "Cotrie on This an opportunity 'f c/< you cannot afford to oriel
the ,Democrat_ pleads for
--* It 'fa thai : Rockefellow wid dew lasses white man" '-Savannah
reported peaee'among.the brethren.and if,we : Do you wish your salary increased? vEnroIlinth. snit
will give to China rSd.'oo6Od: cannot:have, ,peace, but must 'slp: ,".', '- .- ; ..., :: you wttia jes

educational. purposes. 1 '." .j :i. let; us_ "scrap" oyer pojtltcs"{jpvu- A s
'We are not at liberty "just now(to drainage or some other sUbject Left one of the northern magazines as:to # t '
the trustees of a great religious education -
give 'partlcl r but It is practically what, shall be done with Roosevelt at

settled that one of the largest the method Institution of eleetipg5tusteea.not "scrap" over The the expiration''*of blsHeYm:of'omce. SOUTHERN BUSINES (I

f fertilizer, plants In l1'lorlda"w111'soon. This magazine7 with the et>n!urrence
example you are_ setting;, Before the
be located fn Live Oak. of & goodly hfember of United States. ,
children pf Florida is not such as.a
\ Senators and Governors tsab .LIVE OAK, .FLORIDA.
proud father or mother .would likely .
,:.*. \: '$01 Walter' :J. Keb be and. Congressman ask: their child to try to,l<))lowBRYAN place him in The United States Senate LALfiATTON.President: G. S.
: Lamar have been s Invited from "New' YoHc;!but Hhe man with ; STffftENt

'. toaddress the Florida Legislature the'blg'stICk ts 'get to'be heard from :
/ "
.000(May, 1st.. rThe subject ,oft their THE QXtY CANDIDATE. as to' what? h ";nll'do We should '

!nadrgs<< ,Will.be interstate 'commerce. From present indications. Mr. Bryan -.! not wonder if he did not take a'notIon
; T.. Tucker Fl has
: Frank Tampa Mr, Dr. L. Jteeert' _
notwithstanding the fact that he to dig a-dttch" if he gets thesucceedhrgTad'ftEfaistratfon
r arrive-din the city and will take the of thegrade leading'maaai
We more that editor Jordan of the Insists that unless the Democratic shaped up ''
full -Ia the telegraphic depart '
Punta Gorda Herald, be allowed to party comes out squarely"foi'the Iniatlve to hi**taste. "fJldt"llo one need worry course soda,Vttferiltfover
ment of .the Southern Business; col-
divide JDeSoto 'county to 'suit hiD and referendum he -will 'sever. their 'head..bout 4 job for him. tf yesterday brtttdts
lege. The Southern is,well equippedfor W A. Keei tf ft.'.
tber. ,
t'selfi i He would come nearer doing It his connection with.it. will be the 'nothing turns up to his taste he Is
this work.. and gives its students 1rr"15manufacturer
"'tlgiiV than the1' Florida Legislature Democratic candidate for President. resoucef ul-e noil gh ,to make one for Bottling Works.

''''canE .'; f ; Recently the New York Times sent hImself. that will,be.more to his liking very valuable training in practical of _bat fci'

to all of the members of the Democratic thajr.oneisethe! oneelse.c1\oose telegraphy-- "Red Keen" ginger tl(1

The Business Men's'Iea of National Committee a letter rri-I I 11.11-if. c= .:.. ,--e ing a fine repatattoa inC:|
gue St.
The'Perry Herald is ever booming of the best piece of r 4i
hold Containing three inquiries -the Best, Standard Oil was b.ita solar 1exus
Augustine has decided to ,a that town and now tells of J. O. I
JudgeLandis' on the market
as to the preference' of Democrats blow in court last
county fair this and hare
year ap-
Bra rock
and of .the several states tor President: week-whentbv'Federal ,jurxiCOnvict- $eu discovering quartz

'all pointed necessary committees are making County second. a* to Mr. Brian's_ popularity, ed that company on all of the 1,463 near that city. We suppose of .A. H. LUlIoU. T& id
indictments for viola course-it is gold quartz, for Editor: Lyons 'Ga. were at tie&J
fairs are a and third.as to whether or not a counts of the : ,
great benefit to counties
where the Interest' is taken.as candidate from the South would be lion of the inter-state commerce Pound would stop nothing short of : A peculiar attraction wt<

is proper' ." acceptable.In laws. The verdict was found on the the yellow metal. We shall look for foundland dog-with ttaM
the case
at St. AugUstine.
.:.. : ballot an influx-f Western prospectors and i old. who
J. Tuesday'sTimes replies from first: ,The penalty on each 17 months
.' .. ... : ... gold diggers toPerry in the oear IfI
.s : nine of the commltteemeir n. ,count ranges from $1,00Qasr.ininimun : ed the baby This mI
The Democrat has ,lead; J.* whispered .
; printed. It is fair to ,assume that ; to. .$20>000 asa .mp1m m. future. .. Jy worth its, weight faso
around! lately that Judge Palmer t.
: none of the others cared to answer. Hence, the total fines possible, to 1D- tan lay hands ota 1k

of Lake City may become a Two tof the replies were from committeemen pose on this one verdict Is $29,260- Editor' J. E. Pound.of ..the.Pert1'Herald. out"arou his, Ire, .

candidate for Governor: The' Democrat :from the South and seven 000,00>,_ Standard oil stock. dropped is In the city today mingling premously consulted. 1 i 1

does not know that the: :Judte were>.from a members In Northern :10. the, marked on the _news. of the with his many: friends. Mr. Pound i slant; compaoion: of tie dSj
hasher Oerio'us'lffgbtbut considered' ,hts te/m" Wr In .a: states
friends are the Democratic. of 23 to come to Live Oak once .In a while ,
saying points Chicago has tfTken ; When the baby issl1eP
men numbering him among would the available Convention was still fifteen months good lead and if the fines Imposedare to imbue,the..Live Oak spirit whichhe day. he lies beside the asl 3
of the state who make
model g vernor. *; off. The two members representing the: full limit of the. law )possible is introducing to__ advantage in a awakes and, theft Etc *]

'S.---- Southern states 'said Bryan was the it will cure .Standard Oil. of pie rebate Perry and It. Is spreading there injder the: two romp sad; p3They {

'" only .candidate 'talked of,' that his habit. for.;a time atjeast .in that his direction If he will make 'a .fore inseparable ...

The Pennsylvania Legislature baq'repealed popularity was>as great as ever and section ,. ": practice of coming to Live Oak oncea Mrs .Lllliott UiforBe4 *

> lib dress*"MtjzfeMawfcfo* that a Southern candidatewould be : month.or oftenerto gain pointers that the dog wool(hte'

v which Gov* Peanyp'acke waVrespon- acceptable but wasn't urged, AU- of Mrs. .cb s. Jones, of Woodstock; hewill show 'the people of. Peiry- 'coming about.ffi>ie .
sible and jt .now n.needs. the signature Mere what kind,of qne :
town they need. be1afd
the members-from Northern states Arrived ,today on a visit to her n daytime, unless .

of the Governor to become ..ar favored ':Mr,..Bryan. Indeeditb bad sister. Miss Pauline Jones stenographer the and at niche d#
lav.it .. They cban-seals .tke g take no other candidate in Jnln
i mace. : 'nXt S#> ;'hr' edxz", ti.ng. of the: : states represented by-' them .Jones w:asj-ecentlyjmarrled: in Live : wants more attention given the er have he1\elOor: DO_ .

aXtoe first o jH|[ rUfti&. A t 3nnztiled" :- )lr. Bryaa Is as popular as ever lie Oak and this Is her first"visit here Suwannee river; by Congress and t
press wilt never,4o country was, h tackled.
: -
where free 1 ='guaranteed .1.
.. speech ?" greater popularity than ever*.before: in: the senate asking for delegation sees 1

'- ,.. .. : &- :;-t All of these members from Northern Love Ballenline is jnow,night operator In. Congress ,to exert themselves for I. foundland we have before do

; f, Senator's McCreary-s blfl-'aming states said that there would be sto for the Seaboard here.' Yesterday a larger appropriation!. with a view of time, and wofld sot

; theNelectlon' law- soastbj\ermit. objection to a Southern candidatethat -- Mr. Surreocy. arrived :here from opening the rive'; to navigation The that bat v'

4iopots being. :printed ,ii :one or more there w hs-> no feeling- whatever Crawf9rd.to take* the position, land resolution is, on the right line. That I him at_ any price.account
tb do so on
d upon s ijasseg\ 'ta S&utp-witb. only against taking a candidate: from the after'IoOtJng bver lbe situation, .left stream seems almost to have been .
to securewife r '
oe''dis fttiagite, -i. l tr-lecon es South. One of them said that after his resignation on the hook and departed forgotten byj'the committee on appropriations I CaliforDta- .

.a'law lt"wTl .do.aw.ay ltti _i con- Bryan had been elected twice and I I heretofore.-Perry Her

vsniQntly:J6 g"eiecUon. / .bailgjs as had served his two terms, a Southernman ..- ; ald. and baby.
:' v >> I I :tiewfonn'Lilliott
\ about the
wall aa'the monopoly a .tew.printing would be the Democratic nom- r--K'DDOLJs, a; thorough stomach re- II all94le c
Offices 'now have In the printing. ,of inee for President.It 'Uef. t It/dlgests what ydu eat and W R. Thurston goes to Jackson :,I : *..rI
adverseness to
same.-Gainesville.Suri. tbesl replies the stomach resfand ville
is evident form gives assists In tonight to meet the officials of

f that unless there is a change in Democratic restoring it to its normal activity the Seaboard Air Line to confer with I I where its boon e Then its

An unfortunate man'or fortunate sentiment, not now regardedas r aid-usefulness. KODOL-Is sold on a them regarding the adoption an I in or fans in. to fflIJI'I
'we hardly know which, was captured probable. :Mr. Bryan will be tlye guaranteed" relief' plan,by City' '. 'PharI automatic switch of his invention !I a great baby, .

*. 'a"'few days ago up In :Michigan, and Democratic candidate. He need make I macy. dw which is said to be a superior invention I Next to her
1': is"charged with being the husband no effort to get the nomination. in of the-kind and the company iS,1 I i her dog and Is lOt

';of "some seventeen wives.' He re; fact he doesn't seem to be makingany. Habeus corpus proceedings will be incorporated with some of the best faithful canine

quested the officer to lock him'.up as : On the contrary he is dolIi'gaud beard_ before Circuit? Coast Cojnmis3tffnerJQr men In the state as stockholders. Mr. I

quickly as possible and to. state to saying things calculated to arrar 9m4 Mon/ii the 29th at Thurston is secretary and treasurer.i \O'17C1'

).,ny"'ladles ,who might cat that he' some of ,-Democratic.. :Jeajjers which time it will be attempted to It is expected that the leading railroads : The Cityjourned Conan

could not see visitors. This "gay.:'and against! him. ...Either, he doesn't care reduce"'tie tail.far'secureVthe release of the state will adopt the } session-lW

festive" world,has.lost, all charms toricis whether orsnot,$fe.geta the nomlnitfon at Paul and Aaran Damps colored. switch, as: the same is operated, ou o'clock a. ;m, -fot Ptnstatlns

man and he' .would. rather: be! *te* else he,,feuU, so sure of: it Barged' ;with murder two weeks*ago the train and there lane possibilityof any ? -'

t. "'Ft' f, r nt 1Zlasi -to I I. that he thinks he can dictate to the!, xt 3 nrord.nd 'held to the grand an accident occuring from openswitches.if peen'wrongfVj t

.d t hksett.n iifi" lcak- parhptha'Uoctrines it shall adopt.It jury the formal in the sum of $5.'OOO the, train*.crew; do their Nation list ar

InK the country over for him.. would be interesting to know fV .nlt-'thM.u..l., duty. .' .



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t fi citY thin morning.. .. T4Mcsnday -We. will Kate= 1i lf'price: Remnantcg
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In cltytodar.
44 iie. TUle.' are '"' Keep on smiling, and read our; Our'fa\th 'Is placed, in th .t7 .B. N.,Ellis. Jr.. chief engineer 01 -

* -/) fifrts"'ataa t t greatest magazine and, newspaper ed White" Mountain RgWgerStor.they then lJ lbrijia'! Ral1a7., was,here,Tues-
'Kew shipment 'of "vo e "W. Jr... .or Inverness,. "
J. Spearing this .Ji'B.: looking:
Save '
f 26-2t I clubbing ever offered by paper. Ice. Sold ortfeTDy day after- the Iat feat Os his

Ladies' Emporium. w?,1t ..t''. I bookkeeper. for \Vest-c6ffee Ccf; is Particulars elsewhere In this Issue. Barton & Col '* L '265.21 t company. He reports arrangements
, here an Visit\o relatlres and friends. r ,
; net her. of ,O'Brien.is I, "7. a -f R .1 .. I for..Ji Jfernaadlna extension progress -
t fitiooiet Railroad Com llstoDer ..Bl.ltcharrived _. Ifi'yoii 'want 'a*Trefrirerator- n; sa4a
ipHMng a few days in town" "' I Bl. R. 'pdttna:. *representingthe: here from Tallahassee t Saves'Ice"'bay the celebrated'White ctoxUy.PerryHeral&s

Lee- .. I Laddan.:.'& Bates Music HousfeV. of JJ' this morning and departed, ,for his Moanlain: old only hjr J. B'-Bar H. F._Dexter was reported some "
; J. G. Kent went to todayn
JrI. Jacksonville is here today. '
' a.visit to relatives.. ,. ," ... ; .. .. conditiqn.: and.his demise can
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i.llJi.tt :breen. of d. 6.: ee tSIIet\'to Il' one Jot a $2.50- ,wagon seatys.nqw.to 'When you''n eed a''pin; take a'pill, be looked for at' any.time.. The attending ..,.
?t : -liI ilOL( dp/a the Ladies'Emporium. '
herr slipin'today:J r f .t.\ i 4 d. frpm.. ) < < -" I .t.6-2t Bailey's, the Auction .Ho e ,tor and be 'sure It's an Early "Riser.: physicians have. given up all
su .
" '. $1.5Q.Other things in_ _onion They are 'sold here by City Phar hopes of his recovery.Use .

wenV; to'Pea' !lockffran.4 to :aIt B. ,qUl k. .... ... s macy. -.; dw
.i h.
; '
H C. Ueeks < you want draying done* x>r aRk r' ; "-... .."r. < ,", Kennedy's. Laxative Cough
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ltd., risij hij" -. 4 chidrea.tityoit"want t. 1: ,carrle4-to": the" deporight: HOB. Nat. UarijO: yof> Marion E 'f' Station 1 Joe'Hh1elf-u? returned from.Madison Syrup. Children like 'its .pleasant

jot' ; tick., phone 1 U. W. NJ Soafright. ,came-oyerfLom Tallahassee.this; where 'he attended the Walker- taste. Contains, opiates..but drives
? to selt lee. 'J j M. Ballaf :, .., ;... :"r", ,: ; the"
t hceasedsuc naeer."*'lio MllsfX -i -i iv j morning on his wax homoor. a short Coggias weddlag. As Joe jazz a the cold out through bowels.:
t Stanton washere
. Sheriff ; ; visit. yearning,look .about him we surmise Made in conformity to'Pare Food'and
'-f; =.1)iY:; 4 ,. ."'. this morning with a convict that' 1.:1':0.: : he wants to get married himself. I Drugs Law. Recommended 'and %old
'y)SL. tLI: eEirl:: ,4s recuperating. hisfctttjktt. he turned over to Rawjs & Co. : % dw.
by City
> .H&1DPon"J:3prn'gs.'III' : FOR SALE-7-Ofl, co-amete sawmill j ,
I outfit including/ MW forts Ladies* I have: Just open d;."dressmaking I .' '" -'' '- > .... A
Miils. ot Rossburg was
pj. here this morning. en
Norwood were /
.' will be to Satisfaction prominent young men of
Lyle. "? OJ' ;" I glad serve QU. !Alpln.
Clay 1Od&J.1 : : ; ; route Jacksonville.R. .
home from I. < guaranteed. Give me a trial were, here this morning, and .purchased -
4: a '
Mr. Clartson, :;o* Thomasville. a : MRS. KIWI from G. Potsdamer a;coffln
}Joel Julaas,a(. \1 n..II1n the city
B. Femox of PinemOunt was
for the remains of W. H. Starling. :
nephew of Col. Broome:wu heree
404&.,. here this morning on his. way to Por- terday selling goods-and visiting Cot C. L. Bussey and wife Howard who was killed yesterday at that 1
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ter's. *. and. Willie Thurmond
Brown' family. ( f Mays May place.
wife returned from
Smith and
Y.L. 1 -; .. ,' l u' Mrs. Starr Charley Roy Dickert and !

Jyper this mpri lng. Screens made, and generayrepalr- : Especially recomended for Piles others.went to Peacock Lake yester- Dr. G. F. Hodges,.now of.Jackson-

.. 2ns 'done. Address Box 49//Phqne I that-Is DeWitfs Carbolized Witch day and enjoyed a fine fish. fry. formerly< of Madison, and 'well t'ilUe.
:Lester-Scarborough returned .from E. MUZZY I
128. A. Hazel Salve. Sold by City Phar known In Live Oak passed through

swr" thil.mornlng.' macy.'r dw SU DAY train,: over. Live ,Oak, here this moDlng en. route to Madison .

"j' A special meeting of the commis- .. I Perry & Gulf to Dowllng Park, leavesat on a short visit. Dr, Ho.dges Is 4 4an
\ i4 an Snraskiri6 at th Park total for I
held today to arrange has'
business.v sioners was C. H:: Brown, who been Indis- 2 U)0 a. m.. and-1:30 p. m.. returning old time friend of ye city editor :
. en. %ndl'. .
election, May
the senatorial
x ." .I ? :nosed for several weeks. left.last at 5:50 p. m.50 cents. ,and at onetime- was a, first class ma- >\

1 :evening for Hampton Springs where roundtrip. : lp 1ator'"tif, adjustable alphabets. _J
sTO RT-Furnlshe: : a"1Jntur{ '
F. P. Pace and family of Madison! r. !is 1
'lie will recuperate for a few days. to' But'he has "reformed, and now one
lii&cl reas it" in
care '
a'Mved "here- this morning' and will -
< llbmoerst 3.i Sheriff Parker went up to Live Oak of the most prominent dentists in the 4
t :
locate in' Live Oak. ;= BUM-
Tuesday: the.lookont.f-or a prison j
"I Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. .."

' J. B. Sweat' And,.family .efe fc f refrjaa iJ'ev. L D. Geiger passed through The pleasant cold remedy that expel er. While there heals-,.Sheriff wanted "VAI.LPAPER i '
Rickerson in -
West, Lake this *mp.rning' .( ,''v enM here this morning en route home toApopka i the cold through its action on the for murder arresting-. In. Jacksonville.-a negro ----:.. ::
te to Dowling Park. bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw
from'Tallahassee. '
'. Perry Herald. When in need of nice wall paper
li .t 'J. .P ,
',lfrs. Beadrjr children wehtHttTiUe T call on H. H. PETTY; at
; and "saif 'H tue Reed of Pinemount, Mrs! 'Taylor, whose body Dr. Cas- .
SUNDAY trains over Lire Oak
a thls"'morninw'to i ; remain was here today on a shopping exp we\l went to Mayo to embalm yesterday CLINTON MCEK'Sj MARKET.
Perry & Gulf to Dowllng Park leaves
loin[tAe} ses'sloaof, the'coulerenc, was 'tbe'mother of several
dition. at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning :
.a ., 14 I '. 01 .. men In this section of the state engaged -
c. at 5:50 m.50 cents Cold Comfort!
,lies our gre test magazine.. antieuDaper Mrs. Curtis Grubb went to Lake in the turpentine business, and I 1'

clubbing'; h..eVer....' offeredb, : y I InpU I City last evening to *spend .several the body is being held that they may .round' trip.a- .' I .,

., ; with friends. all attend the funeral. Dr. Casw.ell
n 11" t t q,. I IiI days '.OUie-.WUUama called on:the.Hine- "
a. went:to Mayo again this, morning.
:b !! ,,1 : ly-Stephens Co. this --morning and.
'(' Mr's. H. B:Brown, 'of-Rocky. Sli J;.
FOR SALE. wanted to purchase a gross >f "con-
this morning en -route to "
was here scienclous scruples. Sid Mold him

:.! Padlock to visit, .her. .sister.. .. When you think I he would 'order them.'from a Tampa
Cigar factory.
... 'Hen r1eks. of Columbia that fine
JIB AND UNIMPROVED Miss Corinne about : I
was here this morning. Tfen' routeto STRAYED-Black and wbltofeow;

Mayo. ,,'. _. .. .- Watch you white spot on forehead representing

a heart; mark swallow tovv.. upper

:itiyRea; state Col.. J. L..Lee wentao High'Springstoday need. think and under bit crop> splitA in. ear; sir

to look after his property interests branded.. C." Addre* J. B Carmichael -

, -7 'G T, '1,1' t... there recently acquired. of 'Dowling Park/Fla a s ,

farms .. Dr. T. S. Anderson and. wife, and
'l j1 Smlthson. of Wellborn RADFORD'SWhere
: Dr.
with his the: latter's mother. Mrs. Richard can be taken: ? in 'delicious .Uuid
s oJ. woman relative-of Judge Richard one of the draughts at 'oar Soda Fountain. Ice
'" 4" . many friends and every man best men who ever lived-in Florida Cream Soda in all flavors and of a i

and child In Live Oak ,is his friend:: you will find, a came'ln from Lake Butler this morn- guaranteed; : purity. Tenxpting satli- ',)
,,' I '.t. ...,. fyjng. cooling, healthful. The thought I
ing. Mrs. Richard will remain here
\'ttYO' R ; ". :Ice will be saved if /oa: have a, choice i assortment off'the for some time. of it on these hot days will ,make

PROPERTY sl celebrated. Wbije MounUtnrRefriger- best your mouth water. The. littl<> jCOt of
ator, Sold. oolrfyff/B..\BartOn & The Ladles Emporium and Mrs. so much comfort will surprise ",ou.
s' '
WITH ., T 26.2t GUARANTEED Don't sweiter coolness' 1 '
.\ Ca. Wat6h6Sd Lawler'r[ Milinery Store have kindly when so
US; taken charge --of some of our toilet easy to reach. Try a glass.! of your

KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the I. '", articles +(MFranee-American Hygien- favorite flavor and be cool" and hap-

stomach and makes the lAreain- *?. :-. ,WATCttfS kPAIRE0... Oarpatroaifwill please ask qrthem ,py. ., *

sweel'as r-roW. KODOL 3l.sold;:b1. -- 1. when's> o iftgfiatthese ...twodaces. i {

1RflS1EALTYeO. dreggists jrgaaranteeiteliel.plaa. Thanking-#on-fa advance for
It onfopn si.tfietlT:; : :1-
patronage. -
:101Q Book Kt '
Sold b7 O on
: pure Food' afcdiDrugs Law. ( :uvt.-OAK.-TLA. ST. LUKK'S GUILD Q.

Building, Room 3. City Pharmacy. .dw 4-) '


:.- ,., __ _, :iA.= ._-.. ...... .... .._ ....... ---.w.-"' ,"" .4..... .. > "" ,_ = "' K' ;:'""' ,.,.:."", ---,<4z

-- R = -- -T_ ,. wee OAK. DAILY DEMOCRAT. i FRIDAY. APSII*J ,' _

.. -
i v < Sermon Through IR'holQe w':Hospial>> : : "

: :.., 1 : gtffiererr-- ... .: Live Oak :MP{; :

Atlanta Georgian'
take, the following reference to Rer. '
: "
u # :
.< DOW*. W1la1.TRXL a.atst f C. Ju services In 'the i. Manufacturers of
Ridley's & .. _
:: : : .'. :..
< -
last SnndatNLpng'tn :
Broughtoa Tabernacle
f. No a N.1. No.L '

J a ad jI S7A1TO:1S andme Daal8xedr6t FatCt his bed In the'Tabernacle Lumber Shinglesftce/EiectTic[ .7

Expea. I : Express. raowcSay. Infirmary, Dr. Len G. Broughton ,

Dai17. Dai17.1- 811DdQ.I,. heard through a telephone at his bed- Power and Turpentine.1Electric4Jgut
L -S--. t: sidV-tbe sermons from Ws own pul-- : .

i" 110 a a ail p.. L. J.J- .Oak-..... "-Ar- 10 50 _I 5 P" pit delivered Sunday-by Rer. C. X '- ,,!
Ridleyr of Live Oak. Flawho filled | in any part ofjthe'city furnior '
tii60 a ti40m Lv Fur.__ t"'W.'a.I .. ''. iJ!
1'1' : '" l T Ts eif"forced. Business;Houses
I .. ._ r the pulpit during'Dr. Broughtoa's at a very reasonable rate. _
"'.6 05 a a, I 54 pm L Stokley.- z v 16.2L .'a ieo. "a ...
absence/Other In .the
.< '< R patients [day and night current-. for manufacturing _
'A : .
purposes ,
-- 10'Y6 A .46.a _:
V .'l'.a 'M.O ;; to Infirmary, each with a telephone receiver
f' JUrld..,d- : Wholesale and retail Ice-out.of City.orders
.. s a 468pmLv. -- 440pm at his ear, heard the words of have,s
3.6 .
t'- "UO- a tL 4It P" M. -*"almarth- __ ..... .-- _LiJlOI Yu.r m 420 p m eloquence. ,from the pulpit. tion. and all orders promptly filf ed. y8
... '
:, -50 aa m L. wa t --AI. The great Tabernacle Is equipped, We
k .I 10 M__... .._ _.Lar.vill..._. -'...- with, a. system of telephones which give you good .prices on low grade .
am '
'a10 L" -1.IuaYIlle.--..;.. -- flooring. Come and get our
: a U have wires leading to every bed in prices.'j

o ,a S9 m Ar._ .. -__WilmaX......_ t--: the sanitarium. Above the pulpit are'two .. }
I ---
', 16 00 m 4 1'a p Lv A.: l 52 a s. 4 1p m thatwhether I
0.6 transmitters, hung so- senna
J % oz. Fluid Extract of % ox,
t L.,_, ,...--su e Ri"er-L", NOTICE
10 16 a s Z p m' a 56. III 4 U PIDi the preacher sways to rightor : OP
2. Rochelle Salts 1 oz. Aro-Sagrada, 30
r 16 m a m 4 a0 p m'LT' .. + N9( IrrL_ r"-. 43&m I 57 p mis left under the power of his. emotions I grains Bi-Carbonate of Soda, % oz. To the Sheriff o &
: "
i t is a m 4 fd p mLr .-,-.. .!iIa---..-.--...... L"'i. _UPIII the words are carried into one. water and 1% vase Glycerine. Of this State of Florida:. _"

to 40 m Lv ......-M&7O'r.. of the transmlters. The Idea has j .Know je,;Th4t.. :
. i a teaspoonful Is administered at bedtime A..i2ii'ford
--Alton--- to patients In Secretary
Ar proven a popular one
1.66 5tt
a m and before each meal and this !
10 U m Ly_.--- awn.i Ul ....-._. Ap.f the sanitarium who are enabled to of Florida do herelll ,Oe.:

.... .__....K&70--. ._-_. ...._.._.L".t ... hear all the sermons in their, fat Is continued until there' Is free move- that a t'_
,-l 1Lv ........... .. the bowels. Any'good phar .
., .,.. _..... ; .. _- Ar, 'S1. O1macist
.. 140 S
f U 1, .III jL. 1'r ID P ID I church.. l tal Becti }
. can put up the preparation. *,,,
u lit ..I 4J .III : Gawp h .930am P IDi I Dr. Ridley swayed his audience will be held in the fl"

Lv s4.. _.Sa1tls-d -.--.. .L..1 tIS. III I lb I Sunday at three services. In the nee, State ot CI8QtJ _
1IC t 4 6: p m .a r1prid,1
Do Pat off
j ..:. ..---AakeId__ --.L. morning he spoke on "God's Coven- 't. i the second day of
i. .aLY- : IN. IC.m Hay
i I' .t.) ;S" ..'.." Cbarltoau4"%.. .....!.Y. r <- I ant." In the afternoon in Bar aca for tomorrow what you can do to 1 the Mid Tkul'Bda tea= 1.>$
.: ; "- I O\J I 15 tilt-
IT mtLv a m p m .
b4 a as p .
uh hall his Message : If off
I address was'a "Special day. you put buying a bottle: Sewed
'L... ---- -It------_....._...- ---L.. : DaT .;
NI m 5 r. p fa A. a 5J a ID 220 p mI to Young Men.' In the eveninghis of Ballard's Snow liniment, whem !I for. a State
11. m 5 35 p..Lv___S'eabd WQ- ....Lv8 u. m 111.11I subject was "Down the Road to that pain comes you won't have any Florida from the Of'2ie t.

1-1 a ID I 43 p.tLv D.nmark as ._. ....._L.,. 8 g3 35 pmU. Jericho." Those who heard him say i I I buy a-bottle today. A positive cure atonal District of.8evease'Said '

I .. m b 6s p m'!.. ._._-.Perry...<- _u---L 3 a0 -.1. 26 p m that his eloquence has been seldom for Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, posed of the County of 8.a\

< j equalled. In Atlanta." Sprains, Contracted :Muscles, ete.'S. .; h- tin the vacancy Said'.

: ..' .* 'Mr. Ridley Is at.home again,:And Graham. ,Prairie Grove: Ark., death 0CCasI0IIef
(d) T.kgraxb or Telephone Static (P Flag Station, Crt Register. Is) Regular Stop (a) I on the filth Ql Of .
Acacy Station 'T.,P. ALSTON. Saperinteadeat. will fill his own pulpit- Sunday morn writes: "I wish to thank you for i of Hon. J. R. Newlaa '

k ala,'.G.D.ra er Axcnt. ing and night. the good results I received from \ said District.
Snow Liniment It positively curedme In Testimony ,
f. L. West fcl
.Td THEJAMESTOWN, Howovold Appendicitis of Rheumatism after others had hereunto set-nty hand ui*!/

Most victims of appendicitis are failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug Great Seal of the State to
] .**
tho'e who are habitually constipated. Company. dw at Tallahassee the.Capital;?si8tb

s Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures I day of April A. II,.t""';..*

chronic constipation by stimulating COTTOE.YI'ORTS& i I (Seal) H. CLAY C$1Seereiar

e liver and bowels and restores the.atural

action of the bowels. Orino Mills Are Adopting the Improved I J. H. RICKERSOX, *'.- tC

Expositionc& Fruit Syrup does: not eau Devices old Bud the Raw :Material. 'I Sheriff Suwmaee Own,,h
of\grtpe and is mild and pleas-

to. take. Refuse substitutes. Boston Mass.. April 25.-At the: EOlEYSHCHEH,

lty Pharmacy. dw- eighty-second annual meeting of the .
la'Id.f .
via the ational Association of Cotton Manufacturer -r 'If'

At the Baptist Church."A ?*, President McCall, In an .
address, said England In flue years:
Strange Conflict Between Men's] AIiUIDC-
has added'or
projected 10.000,000 .
AtlanticCoastLinePeople Lives and Their Lips" will be the I i
; spindles and Is' fast adopting all the -ADLAXAT1VEOT--+
morning subject of Rev. C. A. Ridley
improved American devices. In America
t. next Sunday. Suppose read I13
you over the addl lop has ben formal. >
the subject again' and then try to .. .. -- '.
all Florida see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur Import- of 'cotton manufacturers in
over guess the subject matter of the dis- iI
over those of. 1905.lncrea&ed j
; ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown &pos on. Two cussion. Really isn't that a very 114,000000 and exports diminished
timely and suggestive theme. Will -
113.000,000. but foreign conditions TIE
daily trains each with through Pullman buffet sleeping not a few minutes' meditation on are
; way, ignored on account of the home
such a subject of benefit to any NEW
g demand absorbing all, the output.
cars honest aid intelligent man! However, when the reaction abroad .110

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets comes a reaction is expected here. I '
The Price of Health. *

'f on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. "The price of health In a malarious The the annual Hotel banquet Brunswick was held tonightat -

Coach.. excursions at, very low rates. district is just '25 cents; the cost of 4 T.. 1.4 ci..r Ii.$ .... is[ti.helv

f For further :information see your nearest railroad agent a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," 7 ktt.L"A
writes Ella Slayton, of : viand, Ark. Cold or Con=k alsr ice

t or write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im- eyes dime DAM eon and padea-ibs threat iutni t *rt3wJ of p fft

Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. part new life and vigor to the sys- the system throe jktbl IhviaOH

tem. 25e. Satisfaction guaranteedat For the vant of noistart tixVf a
Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw dry and hard." Nearly i3. t}
k' are *
coiutlpaUn especially

: Live Oak Perry & Gulf w Opiates Kftonody'a. Lauii |
Error Corrected. Tar mores the trowel, cMtt&t a'KE
Editor Suwannee DemocratInotice

> Railroad Company. In yesterday's Daily the reportof ..

Superintendent Wood, a mistake
Schedule KffectUepril<< 7, 1007.s about my commission as treasurer on

a. sub-school fund of district No.7, VOA

waT IIOUJliD EAST BOUND which shows I received twenty dollars -

1sT.CLASS 20. CLASS _. 1ST.CLASS 2D.CLASS when it was and should be
Mail A PaaseaFrt.. and Hail 4'P..n PasseaFrt.. s
Pun. cer. .P .. cu see Paas.No.1. twenty cents. Please correct this, as AS GOOD to Colds by wto{
2.1 some might think IS en- I of the system throuk aJ etoM i
No.1. Na S. Na Na 6. No: 12 No,4: was thuse over as the
Sunday Daily u.. Daily tunday,Sunday Daily e L wrong in me receiving this amount I J the bowels
Daily O.IF Saaday. L Sun Oi1U only SuDda-. game itself* It is -a' Relieves Coachi by daatrengtheatne
from said district; and I want the the best drink I
for the mteoaDM
--r-:1-: all
: :
A. IL P. IlL P. K. I
A. H.
X-.. Lea. Leave Arri... Arrive Arrive Arrive people to know everything I do In recreations and throat ch* ttaaf .a4 k
I 190 Z 40 ...........U.e Oak_.....................[ 4 30, I 6 50 I 10 00 g 40 the office as treasureman. out-
I 13 1 43 Z G4 ...................Aecky Sink.- 4 I 5 18! 9 46 II ings and for business I For CIOTP. WkoopfcTaantnia
6 31)j 148 '30 0 ..............._......._&arr....._.................. 412 161 t 34, 942 II 19 Respectfuly G. B. LORD. The tiredworkereither. iut *1
a I.2 I 07 ._._...............Mercer.- 40& 530 t 938 9 m n&13srosAWrandy
8 165 ..115--.-v-....__PbstL.........................l. 4 116' I 271 gas g 03 This was to typographical error : the man at the office CoU, Lnaf -
104 330..r....'- LaDcaater..................... 356'' 5 18 926!, 8 60 made in this omce.Edltor.Lassitude. or U eBJl U L
L. a 39IAr 2 Q9 Ar a 40 .--::...-, DowlHlc Park...... ........... Lv 1 4IL., 10'L" f 8 the ladies in the home 4taQ C> k
18iL" nosey
Ar B 45 Lv j 40 Ly 4 .,.,.......:.: -DcrwI1Djf Park .................. Ar 3 39 5 IAr' 13 Ar 8 find an ideal I ZaYr t tad
50 : __ cey ... 33 S II 08 40'V refresh- Put ta 0e H S
: 53 : :: : g ::::: y. ;-::- : : :::: 3D 06j 1 : ing relief in bottled Ooa6sey Ya SI lave L O.DSWI* \QS S 0M* M
811 461 4 2S i 03 9 03 8 OC
a 100 Ar. g lany of those who Coca-Cola It invigor-
Oo'Lv at this
100 L" S 001 7 58 seasOno
17-----3- ;Ar 8 the ates delightfully Sold, by CitY
9 506 19 464: 849' 7 as year experience a feeling of with

9 9101 : g : .: :::::::::::::::: : :::::: :::: : ::: :: 15 425 440r! 84 330 s)I H lassitude attribute it to the fact thatit out undue stimulation

.1 42 518 I 27i.Feabolbway_. ... ....._..., 241 4 1 is Spring, whereas the relieves fatigue and '
101 6 06 6 00 ....._.;:.::..._.........PerT7-.... u.-...... ...-... I 30 4 6J 81$1,I II 153 40 season ItselfIs brain
Ar10 Ar I Ar.l,1 ..._........-HamptoD Sprina&...............-." 2 16 L" S 45 Lv 745 L" 10 by no means the cause of the sensation fag as nothing
"". .. lL P. lie ,po JilL.' A. K. I P. 1[. I A. 1{. i A. K._ This, more often than not else on earth will. Keep FOLEY'SHONEYT

: 1 say physicians, is due to the fact that yourrefrigerator stock-
}UYOXD ALTOS nU.\Xcli. the human system reaches a point In I ed with bottled Coca-

the Spring season ,when, a thofopgh Cola. Bottled and .
I REST BOUND, EAST BOUND "cleaning up" is needed. The machinery guaranteed by the

of the body needs going
I Fri A -Frt.A Fames ,PaneD Flt A Frt. L Pasaen'Paeaen over dace
I Paas P.... erer I P.... Pam. air 1 see In a while, just as does that of a :Jacksonville Coca-Cola I

Na'f. No... No.1L N6.13,1 i I Na So No 10./1 No 14. Na 15, factory. Neglected the bodily func- Bottling Co..JAcCriSON.yjLLEf .
Dally Daib und&7 GIIda'1 Daily; .Daily rS.nda, S"Dda7 Ions:: become deranged, and The original
one of
ex.SUIL u..SUIL Orally ; ,ea Sea. ez.S\Ul" Only Only .

A. IL P. II. P. >>. / I A. IL P. II(. I A. M. iPM: :"" the this:: most Is common manifestations 6f ; FLA.
lA.. Leave Leave Leave Arrive' constipation.' This, especially LAXATIVE SWUM'troubles. (
Arrive :
Arrive Arrive
.........._. ;
e 10 4 to 40 6 30.
758 a 86$ Z ; la Its chronic
R -
... .. .. ..... ; form, means .
3D; 456 353 543: -_ pet.r'BGIL..J T n' a 201 842..! 1 53 that c ei- .
: '......... ......... ain colds ed
I 38 106 10 os 553. 7Z7 1 1 f 32' 1 42 :: muscles of the body are not: (xi '; .- For coRgb., hrost
.; Ar10 10 00s 101Ar i 5:Si'40Ar10 10 25 is HL::::::: '::::..::::Alta.::::.:::::::::::::::!ILv s 7 7 00 15 t" i :;i... : 20 lp;L" 1 I = condition: to do their work progfer,.. C. WWILSON No opiates.Soil
x G od lor body.
laving become of every
I: Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and ,weak and inelastic To t '7Ls. &I <.'!:f .' '
J. from Live Oa and Perry. For information as to connections with overcome this fcondlUon Is to &" 'i.n-t r L. A' R The HONEYYellowpsckager a4t.ItFOLtrS .
1:,' other lines, 'phone or call on.General" Passenger Agent', .'phone. HI,.Dow- tq ronstipation: the sufferer--andffor-not simply give relief i I 4# a al .sf _tTilloriilg1 ., ..' '. .. -' e 1J+ :.r, .

ling Bi !ld.ing.! Lire Oak, .'' medical men of.experience tbJpi see ti&'t d+ob6-tt'R IbtflsteifL Guar- t ;Pr9P red Wt

TIIL8.' DOWLLSO, .President' It. P. HOPKINS, Geiv. Pass. :Agat.. with great success combination g katr,stote.l. 'Pr ri1Pt-Mmee-.t.iafac.: : yoiiy !!'1: t;a
ptt "' _
taOII' ,}
-.... .. .. w;. IIiraptilQ., .f' ', : \rltrhat.

<-. ....:- '-. :. .

-to :! ... It ,....... Jt'f" .* ---"" '';'C': -- --"-..

W. '" ...-:- --_ _LIVE_OAK .DAILY DEJdOCR.tr atAri. PRiL. ._s.lI1EYf- : _--"' __ __ __ __ _>.

.' ." "- .

'. .: :.. _. ,-.- ._ pianosjcan I[ The : '
.- German be bought in (UNION & MnKSl ExtM. ,SpiIsin

: Turkey for as little as $110.

I'EABOARD '* Doing Bosiaesa. Again. 'I i v- ;: ., Spring SackSuits :

x i "When' jny' friends thought ti was: For Meii -
about to take leave of this'world, on :
: Airline Railway.
account of Indigestion nervousness Wholesale
: I and Re- "
: vannafl Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, and general "debility writes A. A.Chlsholm. and; Young Men V

)t ..TreadweU, N. Y., "and
c Ra1eig Richmond Washington, Baltimore. when It looked as- if there was no tailDealersinFlorida and
-.: ,. ; Philadelphia and New York. hope left. I was persuaded try -. at $15; $18

Electric ,Bitters and I rejoice to say

;ffjRinLEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY that they are curing me. I am now and WesternMEATS1 $20, :

doing business again as of old,
that we 'offering this week must
Florida Limited and am still gaining daily." Best t: are
Seaboard tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby convince every man who examines.
them that they are without"exception

board Express Seaboard Mail Price Barclay 50c. & Groover druggists.dw* the greatest values ever sold at these

popular prices.

: Pullman : Equipment. Ex-Senator Clark, the Montana ... If you want a smart, uptodateMICHAELSSTERN ,,-
I iModern 4
multi-millionaire, once worked in the ,.

I .: The Seaboard Florida X united mines for $1.25 a day. Phone 24. of

.The Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train beSt Good Judgement k : iV7ii4VV ::

*een Augustine, Jacksonville and New York, via Richaajdand is the essential characteristic of men Promdt deliveries "

' Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M., and woman. Invaluable to good ) 1

Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily, including Sundt rs. business men and necessary to house- ..
d wives. A woman shows good Judge- anywhere in the -

ment when she buys White's Cream

The' Jamestown Exposition Line worm Vermifuge medicine for her ever baby.offered The to moth-best City. .I ) VV t :' 1

; NORFOLK, VA. ers. Many Indeed are the sensible NL i

mothers who write expressing their Among the wonderful Jewels worn. .::
daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New I
Only line For operating full information and Sleeper reservations call on any gratitude for the good health of their by English women is a weird neck-

fit Mks.of Seaboard or write, children which they owe to the use lace, 3,000 years old taken from an j 1j

:11EOYLSTON: JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville Fla. of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold Egyptian mummy, and presented to .j.jfI
by Suwannee Drug Co. dw Mrs. St. John Brodtrick as a weddinggift i
by Sir John Scott Murray.
Adult male residents of New York r H

city each consume on an average 380 This ,May Interest You .. R ,, 3 1"

drinks of spirituous. and malt liquorsin No is Immune from Kidney J
[ a yeas .,
trouble so Just remember, that

not restricted in the, scope of its patronage. It is The New Pure Food,and Drug Law. Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the Ir- : ._.. :!{ J
regularles and cure any case of kid- :
accommodate all and
i broad enough to We are pleased to announce thlltFoley's : .. !
ney and bladder trouble that is not ; <]

|-t ,HERE ARE Its- PATRONS :; colds and.H6heyt lung and troubles Tar is forcoughs not affected Pharmacy.beyond the reach'of medicine. City dw* ,. .. \\

L-The young folks with their small savings. by the National Pure Food and I ;

breadwinner striving to accumulate fund Drug law as it contains no opiates or I .
i 2.-The a SWAMP LANDS.
other harmful drugs,and we recommend II x
I to procure a home, or a competency for old age.f --I IBm
it as a safe remedy for child
f well-to-do for the convenience afforded and
3. .The ren and adults. City Pharmacy. dw* to Reclaim Them Is to Be net -

f V t.xhg jncome provided., 0'.a newed. "- .

4.:-7'hosevithi4ile! funds awaiting other.. investment. /r A.-A.' ; the
: Refcinsoprpr/aeident- Washington April %5.-:"-The: efforts : '! ,
Railroad ------
Mexican Central began his i that were made at the last session of
career as an axman in,.an engineerIng Congress to pass a bill reclaiming FINE CLOTHING '
of the &t. Joseph and Den --.-
corps :. ? overflowed and swamp lands In the ... ""
ver City Railroad: States o'f Virginia, the two Carolinas ... ,.

Florida and other States will pro Suit for business or dress that'will

Bitten byj a Spider. bably be renewed with vigor when look and fit as If made to measure

Through blood'I'poisoning causedby Congress mets again. V then yon shouldn't tall to come ands

a spider bite..EJohn Washington, It is estimated that'the amount of e these three After Blaster specials

; of Bosquevllle.., Tatwould; have lost lard to be rec almed. If the bill basses in the noted -

his leg, which became; a mass of is about 5 >, OOOOO 'acres, the reclamation t. -
E running sores bad.he not been persuaded of which would Increasethe MiCHAELS-STEBN:

'-.to t 'ry .Qucklen's Arnica value more than $5,000,000,000,
Salve. He writes? "The first application -
the annual crop value $1,500,000,000and FINE CLOTHING
relieved, and four boxes
; farms
Iii if subdivided into 40-acre ,
i!: healed all the sores." Heals every: as the project contemplates, would You will find the style and quality.the .

; s sore. 25c at .'Barclay" l; Groover supply 2,500,000 families with homes finish and the fit of the suits of
F o rSicK Livers druggists. dw and put 12,000,000 people on lands your size at every price precisely

now, practically worthless. you want them. Details:
The fact that from hydrophobia
nQi death Since the Reclamation Act was
has been recorded in England i single .nloubl rA
ffe.g : !
A PURELY VEGETABLE passed Jn 1902 eight towns have
since! 1902 is cited as an illustrationof T V IW breasted Sack Suit
been built In the West and 10,000
COMPOUND thepreventive treatment of disease people have settled on what were fl.lfp.ltIn all the approved
Spring styles and fab-
then desert lands. To prepare the
rlc-etrecta-graJ and brown-toned
V CURES CHILLS way for these settlers 100 miles of
Why worsteds .casslmeres, cheviots, and
i ALL LIVER COMPLAINT' branch railways have been built
tweeds coustom-tailored and finished
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by have a tortld liver when Hcrbine. the 1.267 miles of canals have been dug,
TORPID UVER ,and IMPURE-BLOOD. One bottle pur- only liver reguator' will help "you? many of which carry whole rivers equal to $30 to order-
tchtud! today may save you a sick tptll tomorrow. made suits for your
There is no reason why you should and 47 tunnels have been excavated.It selec$15
suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation, is estimated that the territory em-

> CUBED. OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER Chills and Fever or any liver complaints braced in what is known as the arid all the advanced

-ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. when Herbine will cure you. regions of the United States covers At $18 styles In smart sin-

W. A. Whfttwtll, Emory Tex. F. C. Waite Westville, Fla., writes: 600.000,000 acres of which about gle and doublebrestted -
writes had chills and fevtt
: "My child
\ "I was sick for a month withchilisand 60,000,000 are' subject to Irigation cut strictly hand
for four,ytara. We tried all kinds of ;
medicine,and finally aa acquaintance of fever and after taking two bottles which when properly supplied with tailored throughout and made of ex-

mine.recommended Herbiat. W. use4 of Herbine, am well and heal- water, can be converted into farms cellent worsteds, cheviots, casslmeres
three bottles and the child i now com- "
thy. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company -
fully as productive as lands in the and tweeds In beautiful patters of
fitter/car**. You hare 917 permission *
'! tp publish this testimonial, as cheer- dw most favored sections. newest color effects-precisely like '"
full recommend Herbine to mothers Something oil this plan will be un- the $3 5 tomeasuremadesuits

baring children afflicted as mine." Alford W. Cooley, just appointed dertaken If the bill that was introduced here in all styles at

URGE" BOTTLE Sic GET TOE GEHUIHEBAIURD fourth assistant attorney general, is at the last session of Congressis only $18

) SNOW LINIMENT CO. a protege of President Roosevelt. passed. Its promoters say that in "
Cooley is a clean-cut and a good the finest specimen
the in North and South
great swamps
"mixer." He is 'thirty-four years Carolina, Florida, Virginia and other At$20 of high class tailor-
old. Ing In all the smart
sections afong the Atlantic seaboard
styles and 'exclusive
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY there is hidden wealth amounting to
saltings of finest quality-:Imparted
JSuwannee An Insidious Danger many millions of dollars and that
Drug Company. and domestic worsteds cheviots; ser
One of the worst features of kidney what has been done for the arid re-
and cassimeres the
trouble is that it Is an insidious gions of the West can be done like- ges counterpart
[1-:JWfrS i! ; fif"every detail of |40 to- -/t%
PROCLAMATION. from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to
; man disease and before the victim realizeshis wise for overflowed lands of the
I 100* is I' measure-made suits
hereby given that at the fill unexpired term caused by re- danger he may have a fatal mala Southern region.A $20
F* General for this week only. .
Election of the moval from Wards and resignationof dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the determined effort will be made
o* Live{
Florida Oak. Suwannee County first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities to secure the passage of the bill in YAT
< .to be held incumbents. SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS
on the first Tues- and prevents Bright's:1I8"a8e the near future and if the movementis <
KL U iSr:' > D. xm' at the Given under .my hand and seal and diabetes. City Pharmacy successful much territory that Is $2.50 TO $7.50 ;

i pwu Chamber and in manner and the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907. dw now entirely unproductive will become -
* Every suit at every price built. of
municipal officers of said Mayor City of Live Oak, Tiverton has the oldest waterworksof In the country.
1ty are \ by specialists to resist .wear,
to be'voted for and elect Suwannee County, Florida. any English town. They were made .
ti4 A t keep their shape and fit perfectly .In
jVa Mayor a Clerk, Treasurer Attest: by Amicia. Countess of Devon, in
size-Norfolk, double-breast
Cuban Census. every
Olrusted to Take
I T ; fined by same person I S.. P.' MAYS Clerk. 1240 and presented to the town. The ed and single-breasted Sack and

jjT try Collector: a Marshal and Live Oak. Florida. water is brought from a distance of Washington, April 25.-Upon theapplication dainty creations In plain and fancy ;

Inspector filled mites. of the Cuban government,
r wa by same perr -' five fabrics for little men of 3 to S
aa Alderman from Ward' .* Mill I Secretary Wilson has granted a fur-
hq ian ; ; MMMMMIIUMI ; years. .,. j
Alderman from Ward No. Charles A. .Elch of Cobassett. lough to Victor Olmsted an employee
t-a; Alderman DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR ; ;
1 from Ward No.3. ; Mass.. now that Thomas Wiggleworthis : of the department of agriculture, to

* llderman from Watd No. 4; dead is Harvard's oldest living enable him to supervise the taking of

1.1 rin' from Ward No; 5; an j | VETERINARY. I: graduate. He was graduated in the a.census of that island. Mr. Olmsted I BUTLER BROS"MENS'

;. frot:1 the :City at Large; Solicits your atrenage-Office class of' 33 and is ninety-two years le.ft for Havana today and willie

.:t.1SOUd.:. Trustee to fill. ex I at residence_ Phone (3rings) 148.; old. He has been practicing law in headquarters! in Santa

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(c? tft 1I d'frop.page,one.) witchcraft.: *" '**1 l T wood wagons; and bad- been seat to G. W. Parher ,tfood
: IYJ l q the planing mill for a load -of w .
elIt Kss in
ttt"M.'MJ!4I1T ,was passed unanouglnder That their misguided ancestors EiL When he arrived th J'e.tor someknoge un: the ity 'todih_ ,
"suspension of tines hanged witches and dId shot burn

Sea"torris: :mating aja., niuuccees- them Is Insisted upon by history reverencing - reason. .: ae left his wagon andwent I .Chas.Adel RubeDSt _
ia1 effort tq.. ecaxp its amendiqentso 'Salemites.It MFERSITYPROPERTY: AND over' to. the- big mill and going Ga., on'a

that It wpuldnot become; effectiveSDjm.jtbttx.days is :declared that even the cold HOUSE RSHC8E8 TO up on deck spent several minute in returned harm' ;
fI F. 1"0'I'a: ,. looking at the machinery*which wuin M
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approval In superstitious hearts of the Puritans ,
or i companies I' Jit. blk.'"!:t,.l oc1 full operation. When ready to Mrs.R.D.JeaJda |
gt J9 ye the time .to forebore restoring to this last cruelty -, leave 'I uft,

W.e.' a &J sthe chaugg.' : .. ,. as being contrary-to their pious .,- he the descended. by a: set of stepsbeside ( who hare been vlsiaij _
Senatorarras' child. labor bill. beliefs. "'"!="<* "'. > end jot which a large band'from i family for some tams jef
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which was to q '! ; one toi'tag enginea on thgl'OU.D4 e' to
amended" great, ex- In.a recent letter written by a tvDTauahasra PI. theirshon>k'iso
tent oa secon d reading, was passed on prominent historian who'has 'compiled Loa pulley on the door above Y

tb1sQ a !!ni' 1 s.! t-9.ru: a-suppOBCd: .authnraUxa.'nistory of was revolving at a very high rate ot -

jo tea. Witcn*ayf tne' tail*?r' atit that .. I; ; this speed.' In. some way he fell The, ae Dloy:etiece

1 S'Senator l'eaf's' (of the Miffs 'bill {fie" 'Rase' i&slnnath-wtrich"Imply -tt ,: ,..,..;........ i iI ) band'ntf' bit 'ea.rlled"rrultvt ''in' Lake City Asa" .
to : &tionbeQrs'.li
Regulate the powers of the state that witches were burned are intended became e ed 4tive eitdcoat!thersyas

board of health was passed on third I to cast a slander upon Salem. and ,irU L and then,was thrown, against a wall fight was, foogat to tecaivictlon
reading by a vote of 17 to 7. the opposition are untrue. ." -*-Tht aaouserst reprga 2.i c O.r..Iq., -?a. lifeless. mass. Death 'must have and CoL Bute I i

to it being based on the, '"Witches were never burned inS the stage alone today f the atiye senate, not aj been Instantaneous as his body was to the greatest of erect it

poUnd that it gavethe Aboard qf lem. There (s. nbihlng in the records .being in session Mr. Dorman's squeezed between a pulley and .a the victory. It is gene:
reoljpoatfor floor
,health too sweeping; owel'L The bl .to rove, this;"'" Bald be. r:E : a"constitutional (which was knocked up by the that this party has taa&L

it is understood was drawn,utby-D ti, .inent" au& learned .taen who so .state' Son *** voted down031 to 16. vfn- :compact) the'distance''Jbetweerf which"'is \ ibe;sa j blowers spec;

Joseph Y. Porters state health oNJ and who should know better and The Rowe house resolution and J the.., I said to be'not more fhan alx InW > st le. baud If bt, situ,!
Beer, had the'endorsea'rent tfAhe : Hlaiemainajrere-gathered
and r wouhi" they:had studied }lat ry, Cone senate ,resolotlodr both.provld. upland gang, are sent t4 i e M
"" trrought
Florida Medical Asoclatioi I Ire*merely making a display.of their ing for...a com.mIttee"to Inspect. the -tqttite.:mother'aJtoway..sfeejac; .imps 4tTie .atat6.3t:>tl
Several bills of lesser_ l importance ignorance, :: and committing a wander university preprety at Lkke .... they were being prepared for burial salutary effect .J
here introduced or passed..uponIt en I f our ,alSthood. when they say so. It with a view to its use for City as:wjf j>uf tuis''paperi' pt sa'! ;

Jne[ two. houses, but the foregoing g' lis time that Salem rose and settled 4 j frschoolwer0 Vot&rdewn: some after kind To his stricken. mother_ brothers Forestry fa ;IoA 0*

':covers the,prlnclpat"lne1dentS. oX-the :the matter once and for.all."' discussions. long andBUteriwe lander sympathy:,ta ,be
'i1ar. -. ti 1 half of the 1 chestnut that iboij
Other Salem historians lay the "Senator Crew community in their sore
o bill"provTding foj" distress -so of decay or of jrpmk|
blame unexpectedly"1
.J upon the 'carelessacceptance teachers' summer TT5ugnl"them.
ITCHES, nl"IU 1:D. of the ancient burnings a was trailing school .-Perry Herald be cut. No chestasts i
passed ,
Representative ,
standing unless they uQ
in England and Scotland as afterivajd Peeple's bill .
on the <
.Senator Bev 'e $pcech s san: e subject was BOY KILLS HIS BABY sound and healthy $ 4 et!
< ::gyp :- applying In\.I(ke po the rejected SISTER
"" maani 1. *n tnohAfl in dimeters*
V .,Bitter Storm of Protest From colonies. | .._ '
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rsrtQnsM fiy ... ... v Bitches wrer, .first buried in WAS LACKING INT NERVE.' i}Ierech $bn li n \4Tien.It Reed
, Was bureau of for tr1. Is,**
Scotland ; Discharged.
\ (lcw York Herald.) in 1536.: In England 30.- ,
.' $ 000-.m'e cl at.by torture alJ1' burning South Carolina Bufkhe ad, ( nut, sprouts may be coal-
oston.? K w. &\ itea4 who : Senator Asked 11 taN PfU. ,25.-Little tilt
of fin
at the atakebefofe? the advent of e ?io Myra, 'VtochrXn'two the -reproduction
adore accuracy of tradition above all .,!. Vote on White Supremacy years' old was
Bother earthly:things, a.JI'V! o.adore.: the Puritans in Salem.Woman's h 'j Bnt They Declined.h5pton ) accidentally shot and killed by her order std that;they u fj<.

'tae. portraits of their ancestors as then Mori*-* Mass., April 25% I'tw Tte-y ar,-vl}l 'brother. Arthur yes'terday strong ; .sgfcart I

as did th saysIf h\te- eun" have ". Club. to Meet.... Just before: .the conclusion of his lect- tobrniligr aboqf, '9 o'clock taken to.cat the; 1UDI1I'
: v Jjx : as smooth.aa Hfl>le> '
The p ,\
!Hen lubtd into a Very frenzy of indignaUon -- The Woman"* Club ,' win meet ure 11l'thi'; Academy of Music Senator youth had returned'irom hunts : -

agalns. ,Senajtorv B veridge4n : i I April 27th at three o'e}ocJl;]at the Benjamin R. :Tillman, of South-- Ing and Jn 30m way ch ile anbreechfng ..' ..aWf,
.particular, and the rest of 'the'' Pnbllc \Librar#.'' i1he 'unfavorable Carolina, asked for a show of hands ,hls'' BDOtgsn, it ..as'discharged GO TO

a VotM in geqeral.over; what- they de-i[: weather of last Saturday; J:blbdered from those who believed tba>c V e accidentally the whole load gofng
- J riia te. to be *"anv inflpJous ,.calamnT* ;and not having quorum'present, the negro was not the equal of the white* intq;the face:pf\ljls little sister, who I

}:aft npoa. Ur r'nreinpry of the early club adjourned to meet April 27th man. There was no: esponse. He was"lying on'the bed* .The parents T. J. CLEMS< 1 I

settters oft eiri:cftmmnnity.Y .. when the.program ,of the Jut meetIng then asked for a similar .ypte from are" overcome with grief. .

'.- enator Albert 3.. Beveridge of will be given. A fun attendance those who believed in Ihej ,preraacy -

ndlana, basS! b'red P!.>clahn that the Is regnestedrasaher R.are some, important .! of the whites. ,.and. a few bands were JAIL DESTROYED. '
forefathers I raised: __ For Fresh Groes
( of the Witch business matters ,. to be w
Qty Hrantonl,:bwrnedthe victims of'wJtdhcraft brought before.the club. Mr. Tillman concluded by Berry'Lot 'Ijfe-T o, Story Prison I "*

tie ate/.and that so it is MRS. O.. O. WILLIAMS tog those present for their attack.1 I at: Chipley Was Burned.

: '1.Uen in shadowy history of the Cor. Secretary. to respond to his request. f Pensacola.. April {5. A special and Best

t oruJea. sn .... I from Chip.ey, Fla.. states that the 2-

1 Salem indignant historical sos Deputy Sheriff W. M. Jones, of A HORRIBLE AOQlIF.NT,., ': ..I story jail building at that place was tie
q aan' learned historians who Jacksonville, arrived here this u orn- destroyed by fire this '_ Meats at '

:-lla e spent Dears:in. T theri g" tAPt+ tog, ,and .took;..back-,with hiio: .Kellie- Wafts May Lad. Fall On a Saw 3 o'clock<< : and gone prisoner morning about .. "
Henry +
ting to ..he details of the witch- King, the gr woman wanted there 'i1Et1313ri aid l. ll3arca 't eand-- .+Berry,ji white man -

:ier* t obsession. deci&l'y'tbat _Senate for murder. g .U.e..p pt.en the..rampage ed Into a Pulp. :death 'The' -jail'was-filted wasburned with' to.;

.B feridge' misstatem)nt:;f\ l J be .in. jail last; nfthXand trie(. to -ay r l0inrn$ l eal4d w. 4f:onef** and it Is believed they started pri West En fML

has JUrokenVbcamftVji play,the cr5iy% t. Deputy Hetried'Hoojnet 'f1?!ar 1$ wars Qfjg e o > :e .tire In rf!** to'uuke'theist
: thej jr name of Salem her jtmt to no atail Ehorrible e The a Dad et { -
athat deatb :at the Interstate In 11 t1a 'Calne and long enough andsT However when he went out and i- under following circumstances na.dwa hen dil 'overedt- s 16
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1t au !! of Mr. J. J. and gotten -
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