Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 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: UF00075905:00064
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''jtottte to Investigate I. I. Board Mills Is Said to Have Struck Mrs..Brock j

L* for Authority to Employ LawPr c a s.r sX When the Son Got Shot-

but It Was RefusedIjlbasee. gun and Fired -


Fla. April 30.The Jacksonville April 30.-Fred W.
and month of the Florida Legisla- II Mills was shot and Instantly killed at'

.opened with brief sessions of I his home in Sotfth Jacksonville about #
i houses yesterday afternoon. I 8 o'clock last night by his brother-

i'won of the senate was noted in-law, Bernard G.' Brock Jr., a lad -
by any event of great Impor- of 17 years, who committed the deedin

je., Three bills were passed- protecting his mother from violence

t.Mr., Massey, authorizing chairs at the hands of Mills. _
ef legislative committees to ad- The tragedy was indeed a sad one
IsUr oaths; one by Mr. Crill pro- and has marred the blissful happi-
zt for the transfer to other coun- ness of one of the best known and
toBds of surplus money In the fine most highly respected families of
'The ...
prettiest scrap ew *> .ec. OK
of the various South Jacksonville.
forfeiture funds I
-:aylor in Lo Angeles Time
ries arising from the lease ofIrtrtj Fred W. Mills married Mrs. Bern-

;; and one by Mr. Humphreys, Mr. Kehoe, who is known to De an as- and am burning to get rid of it. I ard G. Brock's daughter and for four I
aced the first part of the ses9xdng pirant for Congressional honors PLENTY OF ASPIRANTS couldn't afford to spend any such years or more they' have lived happily

a, the time for holding the from the first Congressional District amount of the best years of my life together in their fumble home. At
an of Circuit Court In the Sixth now represented by General Lamar, to the state, and then retiring from present Mr. Brock Is out of the city

iidal Circuit. puts himself unqualifiedly on recordas Ut"EWP office that much older and poorer. and the boy Bernard Brock was his
special order of the day-Mr.sals' favoring federal and state controlof -lEXT l'OLlTIC.LS ...e idea is simply preposterous." mother's sole protector.
bill-relating to the compen- railways. TALLAHASSEE Mills and his wife had been over
;OB of the State Chemist and As- The House pased the bill of Mr. After Mallory's Seat.It in Dixieland park mingling with the

ial wag passed to third reading; Harvelle, of Santa Rosa, appropriating is not generally known, but the jolly crowd and enjoying themselvesin
'le the bill by the same member twenty-five hundred dollars a Hon. John S. Beard will in all proba- a quiet manner. During their stay

Tiding for the erection of a State year to pay travelling expenses of KEHOE IS AFTER LAMAR bility soon announce himself as a in the park the husband and wife had
jtentiiry was passed informally. teachers to the summer training candidate for the United States senate -: some disagreement and went home.
oagst the new bills introduced schools. A number of new bills were to succeed Mallory in 1909. He By those who saw the tragedy it Is
one by Mr. West of the 1st. regain introduced including one by Mr. has made an excellent record in the alleged that Mills commenced to
expenditure of money in pri- Reese of Escambia prohibiting elec- Interesting Public Speeches Bookedfor State senate this session, and has already quarrel as soon as he entered the -
rj elections, and requiring a publi- tion bets, and one by Mr. Decker of Tomorrow-John Beard a taken high rank among the house Mrs. Brock and her son come
IOB thereof; and one by Mr. Baker Hlllsborough providing a new char- Candidate for U. 8. Senator members. .. down stairs and as soon as they
tine 20th. appropriating fifteen ter for the town of Clearwater. It has generaly been supposed that reached the hallway Mills stoppedMrs.

fred dollars for the prosecution Beginning today the House will Senator Park Trammell of Polk had Brock and after a few hot words
ie mandamus suit against the At- hold two sessions daily; from 10 a. (Jacksonville Metropolis.) his youthful eye upon a seat In Congress I struck at her, knocking the lighted
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at Coast Line-Railroad Instituted m_ to 1 p. m., and from 3 p. m.'to 5 Tallahassee.,April2 .-Next Wed-I' ,-bat some of the political astrol- i lamp from her hands to the floor,
e time ago by Attorney GeneralS p. m., making a total of five hours, nesday night Congressman W. B. ogers here have now framed it up spilling the oil in all directions and

S- resolution was adopted or one more than at present. Lamar and the Hon. Walter H. Ke- that the handsome young Senator shattering the shade.
:*f the governor to communicate 1 hoe, of Pensacola, State's attorney for means to enter the race for the Bernard Brock was standing near-
by Senate a list, of all the clerks OPPOSE Till TWO-CEXT FAKE. that judicial district, are to speak in United States senate, when the time by, and the true love for his mother
attaches of the capital, with aement Representative Hall, by invitation. It comes. If John Beard and Park caused terror and madness to rush
of their duties and sala- Chairman of T. P. A. Railroad Com- is understood that the subject upon Irammell uld both conclude to go through his veins.. Quickly; and
mittee Gives Reasons for Stand which these two political headlinersare after Senator Mallory scalp the possibly without knowing what he

In the House. Taken. to discourse upon this momen- situation would certainly be what the was doing, he picked up a double-
1j' R. No. 21 by Mr. Carter of Max Krauss. of Savannah, chair- tous occasion will be something play balls describe as "intensely ex- barreled shot gun from the corner of
11& authorizing the committeeted man of the railroad committee of the weighty and Improving to the average citing and harrowing in the extreme." the room, placed the muzzle against
to investigate the I. I. Georgia T. P. A., spent Saturday in legislative mind, namely: "Interstate But the question Is, who would be Mill's left side and pulled the trigger.
rd was read the second time afterii Atlanta on his return from Rome, Commerce," with a big "I." likely to do the "harrowing." The gun was oaded with bird shot

been twice passed Informally where he has been attending the The fact that Walter Kehoe is an and all took effect entering Mills' ab- ".,
was lost by a vote of 31 to 25. State convention of that association. | avowed aspirant for :Mr. Lamar's Con- RURAL MAIL ROUTES. domen and tearing the intestines Into .

aacWilliams of St. Johns chang- Mr. Krauss, when seen at the Pied- ;, gressional shoes lends additional Interest shreds.
Ua! vote before the result was an- mount Hotel by a reporter of the At- to the occasion. One thing is Graded Salary Increase Goes Into The report of the gun atracted
seed, in order to move a reconsid- lanta Constitution, talked interestingly certain-It is much to be hoped that Effect July 1. neighbors to the house and physicianswere
'od this morning, a parliamenta- of his reasons for opposing a two- neither of the orators will so muchas hurriedly sumbned to treat
ReUTer which seemsvery popu- cent fiat rate of passenger fare in allude to the "classic red hills of Washington, April 29.PostmasterGeneral Mills. He was dead In a few minutes -
tt this session. Mr. Carter in Georgia.In Leon," for- Meyer has approved the de- before the physicians arrived.
eating the request of the Comee his annual report to the Georgia The old red hills of Leon tailed adjustment of salaries or rural Immediately after the shooting
Hated they did not intend the the in free delivery carriers as submitted by Bernard Brock left his home and
Have been
T P. A., which was adopted by praised many a paen:
use to exceed 1,500 and were Rome meeting, he called attention to But the last word in their favor Assistant Postmaster Gen. DeGraw walked down the street, giving him-
kopeful of" keeping it within to the fact that the railroad com- has been said; and the new schedules which will be- self over to a deputy sheriff, declar-
thousand dollars but unable come effective July 1, next, will makea ing that he had killed Mills.
was mittee now has pending before the So it's not at all required
arm the House as to who would Southeastern Passenger Associationan that the public heart be fired; graded increase in the compensa-- The boy was very nervous last
tion of carriers of from 9 to 25 night and had nothing to of his
employed if an per say
attorney was au- application for a 1,000-mile bookat For, like those hills, we really are
!Ie4. The opposition to the res- $25, which shall be interchangeable well read." cent, based upon the number of miles act, only that he killed Mills in protecting

ion wu led by Mr. Calkins, Mr. and good for any person who may One of the most enjoyable social traversed by carriers, as shown by his mother from harm. :

t. of Columbia Mr Wilson, of II present: it for passage, the same as events of the session was the pleas- the records of the department. The
do, Mr. Faulkner, of Ta'lor.It I is at present issued by the Pennsylvania ant little diner given by the Hon. readjustment adopted with the Increase CHIXESD OFFICERS.

l1dg8 Carter was seconded in I and other Eastern systems, Peter O. Knight, of Tampa, at the of upward of $6,000,000 madein
elorta by Mr. Knight, of Citrus, also for a 2,000-mile book at $40. Leon last Friday, in honor of the the appropriation by congress, will Arrive In San Francisco En Route to
DuPont of St. Johns and Mr. which shall be interchangeable and birthday of Mrs Fannie R. Lamb, the involve an aggregate expenditure for the Exposition. {
WUams, of St the rural service during the next fiscal San Francisco. April '29.-The
Johns. Mr. good only for the purchaser for a owner of the hotel Among
land offered an amendment pro- period of one year from date. guests was Gen. A. W Gilchrist, of year of nearly $35,000,000.1).1xG1KOCs steamship Siberia which arriver yes-
I that no attorney should be I "These are*:
toyed who U nor, has at any time 1 the Travelers' Protective Associationis where; and as Peter Knight has a CLlll DIIUKSTS. distinguished party of Chinese of-
fc, Put been connected with the I now seeking" Mr Krauss said, fine sense of hospitality: and a mer- ficers, who are to represent the Im-
1 fa Uch the Internal Improve-i "and we will be content with these. curial spirit that always rises to the Flood Portion of an Oklahoma City perial army and navy of China at the ;

t Baud was Interested on eith- "I do not feel that the time has occasion the affair was necessarily Lat Xi ht. Jamestown exposition. The party I

.de.. He subsequently withdrew come yet for the establishment of a "all to the mustard," as Pat :Murphy Oklahoma City Okla. April 30.- consists of Lieut. Liu Sung Chwan?, t

Permission of the House. It is two-cent flat rate. What we need would say.Speaking. \ cloudburst over Capital Hill suburb of the navy Cot Li Ting Hsin Major i

evident that the House is op- more in my opinion is good service, of Pat, in the course of in this city Sunday night, flood- Wang Yu and Capt. Wang Yen
to employing outside legal as-i and if the railrads are made to re- the evening he was prevailed upon by ed that place. Seven persons are Pin, of the army. I
** Saul! U known who the at- duce the rate to two cents which I the ladies to render a few choice missing, and are believed to be The party was met by Capt. A. W. I
J sin be; If Indeed It nsents do not think they can now stand. I selections in the parlor which he drowned. The river bank is full andit Brewster, USA,. who will escort .
'l'-4Kf- :" i do not believe our service would be proceeded to do in a voice which still will be some time before it can be them across the continent.
memorial was received by both satisfactory. Service Is of primary retains much of the pathos of the determined if any lives were lost. Admiral Browson, lately in chargeof
from the Woman's Club of importance to the traveling public I Oukl Sod. I the Asiastic squadron, was also apassenger _
-Tilte I on the Siberia.
endorsing the recom- I have investigated the matter fully asa Gilchnst Is Interviewed. A CHICAGO MIRI>ER.
tan 1 of the Governor in regard !I I business man. and I think the adop- I )RAIN
it I'1orIda Reform Albert Gilchrist, w ha left for Way- SNOW, SLEET .
School. A tion of the two-cent rate at this time Three Men Attacked John Morris and
was rceired from Hon. J. would be a mistake The railroadsare cross yesterday, was somewhat His Wife .
-Ge, of Pensacola, \\"al-I than amused as well as annoyed, at an Freezing Weather Prevailing From
under far greater expense
4IObe for their Crossties absurd story that is going the rounds, Chicago April 30.Three people I Nebraska to Texas. ,
Invitation to ad-i they have ever been before. -
1 that tomorrrow they to the effect that he Is willing to blowin attacked Join Morris and his wife Kansas City, Mo., April 30.-A
night with cost three times as much as
:wIlutxu B. Lamar is $15.000 or $20.000 on his proposed with knives yesterday leaving the combination of snow, sleet and rain
on the sub- did ten years ago, and everything :
e.tate campaign. former dead and the latter severely was reported yesterday in this z
gubernatorial portion
commerce, but dettaae -i up 20 to 60 per cent higher than it
| fc I' "\Vhy said the general just be- wounded. Five men said to be members I of the Southwest with freezing
on i business
account of his of- has ever been before. As a '
Sunday of the 'Sholto street gang," weather prevailing from Nebraska
U State's flat two-cent fore leaving the hotel people to
Attorney of the i I man I believe that the
Circuit must think I have money to burn, have been arrested. Texas
in be mistake
his letter I)at this time a .

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Live Oak Thrift i\Showing-ResuIt I J

i FLORIDA RAILWAY i Live Oak. April-. 27.-At no timej Live Oak M'f'gJManufaeturers

F SCHEDULE. + since Live Oak began her new boom t

f' CONNECTS WITH ALL TRANS Off S. A..L RY. AND A. C. 1.. RT. A7 LIVE GAK.a6AD I six years ago has there been greater

fP-: evidences of rapid growth and contin- '
00_. CIN1'L&.L 1'01& kBAI of
I ued prosperity than are to be seen on

Nw = Nw L NMail Loaf FstEzptesaatualFgt. every hand today. Of all the past
mend Lumber Shingles Ice
1)a ly SIAT1ONS and Daily today seems fullest of promise for the ElectHeli'
Ezptesa EzeeDt
EzesptSunday.. DauI7. Dai17. SuDda7.t future. There never has been a timein Power and "
the town's history when there was Turpentine>

manfest such a spirit of confidenceas

1 30 oS ml S 30 pm Lv. Live Oak-..... ..-AI'- 10 iiO a m 5 40 p mr now. All the people have come to Electric Lights in'any part of the city furnished IL

. 7SO a m t3tpmLv Porter S805'a tv1030am ZOpm realize that the phenomenal growthof ; or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. tSday '

: ID S" p. Ly _Stokley......_----1'y.; 10 22 a. 500 pm the past few years Is to be perma- and night current-for manufacturing ;

S56pmLv .--- -" 'y'102Oam 4.45pmt nent and substantiaL Nobody doubts
810 a ID Z-4: .
and retail Ice- of
Wholesale out
T that we are to have 10.000 Inhabitants City orders tare
408pmLv v1010am 440pm
sam Sir
no matter and all orders promptly filled.
Ar. .- .WiJmarth......_.-.... __.Lv. 1000 a m C ZO at the next census tion.
140 a 111_ 4 It pm pml
-- how it is taken for we are right
Lv. Walmartb.--_...-A.r. soon F
jso a'm U around those figures. We will give you good prices off loW'grl4i
now playing
:. Ar_... _...-
! '.10am 30am jLY _Luravillo ..--. __ Our citizens have money and they flooring.* Come and get our prices. -

i: t 50 a m Ar- ---. Wi1maPth.Lb ... are not spending it on the other side
Lv W1ImarUa.- A'. of the earth. but are putting it out
10 00 a m 4 20 p mI .., .naa 4.15pmr that pain comes you won't have any. I rently rnmore .
I in Live Oak. The men who have ..I"Qat
._ .... .--5uwanRiYer-Lv.
101& 24 ID.Lv 9 55 am 4. 12 p ID A
a. p buy a bottle today. positive cure for both the
L8 who own it now, 1'0&4 ::
ml4. ; iutLY....... .. N r v. built this city, an4'
1". 10 ZO a ;. p --- I 45 a m S 51 pm for Rheumatism Burns Cuts.
S.Z. are men who have been brought up I .-.
c 10 SO. _!I 4. 4lJ 11m j Ar._-.--........: -Mayo.-- _......_-L'y. 9 ii a m S U pID middle Florida, and for Sprains Contracted Muscles etc., T. s DoiDz ....
here In
t 10..0 a aa- 'L. ......_ .MLS.- .1.-. S. Graham. Prairie Grove. Ark., "When IAi
my frja
Oak. They
the /.ost part in Live I a
l' d AI' '' ..:.Alton.- r V. writes: "I wish to thank you for about to take
4 05fl a Lv--._..A ltoo..... -U. made their money here and they are leap al *
. 10 55 a a the good results I received from account of *

11 O S s ra t.__ Ar........... .........Maya U _.. .. --.__L: Investing it here with assurance thatIt Snow Liniment. It positively cured and general iadfge 1tfot,.
!Lr ..... ->> .......-.- Ar. .nam 340pmv will yield a splendid dividend. debmq 1\
ll 10 a m 4 :! p :to.- me of Rheumatism after others had Chisholm. ?read.
) .... This fact has been an inducement to j,
4. Ct IDILy .aft rr- 9 30 a m 325 pm failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug when it looked
11 zo a m' p locate. We
others to come here and IS It!
' ( ...... .... .__.. Lv. Company dw hope left bit
sa18.Id- 'Z5 a m S 15 P mti I"..
11 Zol a ml C 6::: P IDfLV- tave faith in the future of our city,

.---w oM-_ -1'v' .000am Z45pm show faith by Electric Bitten, aa4.
46 a b 10 p = and are willing to our .

( 51 a m 1"1.. p !fLy Chars 9 n.... ....Lv. 'OOam ZS5pm our works. A TRUNK LINE FOR FLORIDA. that theydoing are eartac t

s Lv Mention is made of only a few ofhe busted 11
8 $3. m Z 20 pm
IS 5 Z1 m1 K-.OW
a m p Hawkinsville the Gulf and am still
Lr....:-__Feaholloway--_....Lv. 8 C5. 2 10 pmtt evidences of confidence and pros- Wq "
16 a m S S5 PDi z ml oerity. There is more building gong -Big Men Behind Plan. medicine on eat

, Z' a m b 43 p tLv- De Smrk.2.v- 1138. mil 35 P" ( on today than at any day of the The Hawkinsrille (Ga.) Dispatchsays by Barclay 4 Grooe*
_.Pen-- _...._Lv. Price, 5 Oe.
830. 1 ZV
12 U m 5 50 p oast and these new buildings are : :

g. .. and would be ornaments to a city of "Hawkinsville Is to be, in the near -3e.t:(..

Cci) T&egrash or Telephone Statio. (C' Flat Statio- (r) Register. Ca) Regular StoP. C.) 30,000 people. The Hair hardware future, the northern terminus, and G. C. Martin of .
T. 1". ALlTON. SupenntendeoL here today.
"aeaq Station
: aam. eeLra er Agent store is said to be the most beauti- perhaps headquarters, of a trunk line

i; ful sales store of the kind in the en- to Florida Gulf ports, making the
NOTICE 0' ii;
r' tire state. Mr. Hair is rapidly ar- purchase of the Hawkinsville and

TO THE ranging his store for an opening on Florida Southern and the Flint River To the Sheriff of SHU,

May 1, after which he feels sure hewill and Gulf Railways, the basis of this State of Florida: '

JAMESTOWNExposition begin a business which will be a proposed highway-a line seventy- Know ye. That 11,4

; su ces3 from the start. nine miles long already in operation, ford. Secretary of BUt(.;'

. The new hotel is going right up, and passing through the progressive of Florida do hereby p

and some of these days the commercial towns of Ashburn and Sylvester to that a ':

men of Florida will draw a Bridgeboro, Ga. Special Em* ,:

long breath, heave a sigh of relief, "From Bridgeboro the road will be will be held la the court\\

r and deep down in their hearts feel pushed to Bainbridge, via either Pel- nee. State of Ftorifc.itRl

very ttankful that they are given ham or Camilla. At Bainbridge the .the second day of Xa&:,: i

new and more commodious quarters.The 'Gulf Air Line,' the consolidatedname the said Thursdays]1

,. via the' owner of the Ethel the only will have opportunities for Second Dal tilt j

f hotel of any importance we now have, making alliances, consolidations and for a State Senator.jJAj

says he is soon to add another storyto connections with lines reaching more Florida from the Setae

AtlanticCoastLinePeople it and build a new front, besides than one Gulf port. atonal District of p'3'

working over the entire interior. If "Three miles of new track between posed of the Conn
he will do this then will not haveto
we fill the vacancy octa&e
Ashburn and Worth will be built to

all over Florida, se the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- build another hotel for a little unite the acquired line, and if Pel- death, on the fifth
while but if he doesn't we will. Al- ot Hon. J. R. Xe
tarn ij selected for; the route on ttesou
ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two ready the thing is being talked. .:'en extension, only about five said District

Mr. Byrd, who owns the Ethel, is In Testimony
miles wilt have to be built to connect
daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping beginning the erection of three brick wah hereunto set my bad
the J. L. Mand road, the Gulf
r stores on the corner of Howard and Great Seal of tie Stai i1
and Northeastern.
.: cars. Suwannee streets, which will add at Tallahassee, the dpbk

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson much to the beauty of that part of t.oa"Upon In tfcis examination territory, of the the outlok situa-for 8th day of April A. $1 $

from 10th November 30th low town. Mr. Goodbread has the con- (Seal) R cut
sale daily April to at rates. the Gulf Air Line is radiant with pos-
.. tract, and has already begun work. Seer
Coach excursions low sibilities. Connection is made at
at rates.
very Mr. Byrd recently bought this pro- J. H. RICKERSOX '
Hawkinsville with both the Southernand
" For further information see your nearest railroad agentor : pert, and had some wooden build- Sheriff SU1l&ll1let ft*
Wrightsville and Tennille, the
write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic ings rolled off to give place to better Seaboard Air Line at Pitts, the At-

ones.Mr. lanta, Birmingham and Atlantic a't FoisisrLIQ: ,4
Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. Joel Tucker, who once lived ...:.
Double Run, and at Ashburn with the
here, but.who went to South Florida
Georgia Southern and Florida at
last year, has ceased his wandering, ;

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf returned ness and to is building Live Oak him, gone an in elegant busi- Sylvester Line and with at Bridgeboro the Atlantic with Coast the A -AIBA C -U

George Northern.
home in Oakhurst Live Oak's new

Railroad Company.Schedule residence section. Mr. Tucker has "Such is the outlook for business LAXATIVE m
that those
posted on the situation as-
opened up offices in the Lewin build
sert that more business
originates on
};(rt"cUn"pril 7, 1OO7. ing.
Dr. Will White son of tie lat this line than on any other railroadin

the State for the same mileage. !
Judge White of this circuit has re-
The facts are that the have j THE
1ST.CLASS t 20. CLASS: 1sT.LA58 D. CLA58: cently bought some very valuable
Mail A P- Frt. and Mail & n Frt. aPas. nd property adjoining the new exercised great forethought and bUSI-
.n- = : post- NEW
.. Paso. Pssa I \ Peas.Nw1 ; j
ne33 sagacity in
office building, and will soon begin making this deal,
No.-'! No.3. Nw L 1 Nw 6. jNU 1
Noy 4. the erection of an elegant business many valuable concessions in the way IDEIi
Sunday Daily ex. Dally Sunday Sunday Daily ex
Daily. Only Sunday. L Sun Only 'I only I Sunday. house of brick with stone and glass of favored connections and pledged I'

A. H.. P. H. P. M. P. M. P. H.. I A. K. I A. M. front also trimmed in stone. The business entering into the stipulated
. Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive I Arrive Arrive
100 130 240 ......... .._.......Live Oak_..................... 430 5 501 10 001 9 .0 first floor will be a storeroom thee consideration. a.d cleat ed
13 .... .... .Rocky Sink.................... 16.: { 46 1I "Some of the
18 00 '... .... .= .. rr....._............_....... a 38{ 42 : second floor will be divided up into strongest financiersin
i 22 ( i f ...:. :_..Mercer......................... i i i I i oil ces, and a lodge room for the the South are identified with the Cold or t 1ostb
I ... ... .. Platt.-_ _.-. .. ... _._ 1
34 04 11 301..... .: Lancaster......... ........... { Elks, and the top floor will be a project, not only capitalists, but men ducts consbpstloa-thin
Ly 8 39!Ar 209IAr' .................. Dowltog Park.................. Lv S 48 lolLy 9 18 Ly 140 of experience in such I eyes Hasa and trod
AI' I 45Lv: 445\Lv\ 4 10 ......._...... Dowling Park .................. Ar S Lv 6 ,Ar 9 13/Ar I 12 photograph gallery. It will be a affairs."It thr0's b
, 850 449' 4 15 ._Cb.Dcey..............._...... S 391) 5 11 8 beautiful building, and In looks good for Hawkinsville of the system aloi+tep
452,! 4 .Hell... ....... .. .... 3 30 061' 081 8 one of the For the want of d0
4 57 4 ........ ... .Mayo ....... .. .... 3 Z8j { 8a best locations in Live Oak. Pert aps no smaller city has ever had dry ud hard." Nmr')
It 4 ______. ... .........Day_ ... .. .... 'Lv thrust
: ;;S 500 : 4 t.......:-.} ..Day.-.1.......:._:....:: a 3 2o.s ;;!tAt i Ii; ? S The new Citizens' bank recently on it such an opportunity. are consupaeng.Kennsdl s tom"
5 06 4 ........ ... .........Silo. .. .._. .... 3 19 I T 3 S organized here will Aside from the territorial Opiate
S 10 4 ....._.._._...._.. ...... .. .... 3 i5 T soon be ready expansion, Tar moves the
925 525 5 12 ..........................8mith ........................ 2 42.5! 8 7t' 611 for business. The fixtures have been the open door thus made for our merchants -
; 9 .z S 3S 5 27 ......._.....___...FenhoUo..y:................. 2 iI! 4 12 I 15) 6 53 I KENO
15 10 95 ._.... ... 2 8 0 ordered for some time, and Hugger and warehousemen to capture
Arlo 25 Ar : 20 Ar 600..::::::::':::::: p "li. ;:::::::::::::::: Lv 2 15 L" 3 :L" 7 45(IL" : fJ Brothers have the I the headquarters of I
A H. 1 P. M.I contract for remOdeling an important
, P. A. 14 I P. M I A. M.. J A. MF ..
," the building on the cornerof I trunk line, to have its executive of- i LAXMf

F MAYO ..AXHL TUX IIIJAXCH. Ohio avenue and Howard street, ficers among our own folks, to secure '

getting It in first-class shape at once the shops and the identification with

The building is a substantial brick our road of progressive capitalists : E
: EAST BOUNDs building already but the owners of are some of the benefits to be derived

C & Frt. & -. P0..a Prt & FrL Passen''p.... the bank want it concreted and stuccoed "We are not advised as to who Is I | Relfevai 4
t I _Pass. _Peas 1 1No. _Irer \ irei'' I Pass : Pass get I her so as to appear new out and to be in the new organization, when !i of the system t>g

f Daily,1. No Dally,9. SundaytSunday No.IL Nca.13. i Nw 8. I'No.:0. Nw 14. : Nw 1 out. Mr. H. M. Wood, Lee Byrd and effected, but it is known that Mr i; the bowels ReBeres

:l ez _un_.zSun Only I Only ezSun Daily: 'SundaySa Only i, Only nday J. B. Barton are stockholders in the H. E.Rhodes.of the Hawkinsville and I I 3trengthedat

A.L P. 1rI. A.L P. M. eLsun.I new bank and are all anxious to Florida Southern has the throatchast
I A. K. I A. U. 't i P. M. see long since appreciated I
. Leave Leave Lea"e Leave ,
Arrive I doors
9 10 9 .0 Ii 30,...............M.yo.Juuction..... ......... '1 58, S 2J Arrive I asi;Arrive 2 : open. They are hastening the fine thing in the consolidated Fot Cron rInfuenza
9 26 C101) 9M Ii 43.......................C1arl......... ............ 739 303 842'' 1 0$: I along the project with all their lines and ,
.................._ ... ; ; Z he easily Inter
936 5.061 1 10 03 553' PetenJOD _:......._... 'I Z7;, 253
100011 .3j,1I, 10 15 605::....................M.yo..... ............... 11 115 II 24011 820'8321' 1 1 30 42 money and might.-Live Oak Correspondent ested Capital in it. Early this Colds, Lan;
I Arlo 10LAr} s 4O.Arli 2S 6 15 ...............---...Alton .....................ILv 'I 00 Ly 2301 Lv II 10 Lv 1 20 in Times-Union. -Mr. T. E. Lovejoy year I remedy U
I' was interested and ( Honey sad Tat.
s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and It is hardly flattery to say that his 46e.
{ Put r+p b0ea
from Live Oa, and Perry. For information as to connections with Don't Put off tactful handling of the various problems ontcrlr of
otter lines, 'ptone or call on.General Passenger Agent 'phone 147 Dealing I i for tomorrow what you can do t will be a monument to his Sold by
Building. Live Oak. diplomacy and
day. If business
you put off buying foresight
a bottleof
TI1OS. WLIXG, President. II. P. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. .\g Dt. Ballard Snow liniment, when Tljat be with Messrs.the new Roses and Lovejoy will i f fOIEYSKoj.

organization 11P"
is cur ..tbs***

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'' '' 1[ In one of the examinations for admission -[

: to>> the. New York bar the CLINTON I Ir & MS!The Extra Speciasl

I question was asked: 'What is the i i

:| essential to constitute a valid mar
ISEABOARD in Sprhig Sack
I riage in New York One of the 1 -

Ii aspirants answered: "The parties

must be of opposite sexes." .1 Suits For Men _

J Airline Railway. i
Wholesale and
1 Retail -
Just Because and
Young Men -
jour cough is only in the throat and I

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, :1 does nol trouble you now, don't i Dealers in Flori- at $15 $18 and

Raleigh, Washington, Baltimore, Ii think that it needs no atention. Whenit I :

Ph ladelphia and New York.TRfllNS bas cot had much of a start is the

+ time to check it. The slightest da and Western I I $20.

cough easily leads to Pneumonia. '
that we are offering this week must
Bronchitis .
T\VO\ ELEGf\NT\ \ DRILY\ .1 tle of Ballard's Consumption.Horehound Syrup A bot-will convince every man who examines

cure that cough. The price puts It them that: they are without exception

within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- IWEATS l tho great3St values ever sold at these

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail : | nee Drug Co. dw"A popular prce3. -

I.. If you want a smart, uptodateMICHAELSSTERN j

caravan of about fifty gypsies ar- .
? I'*
rived at Maubeuge near Paris recently Phone 24. !
Modern Pullman : Equipment. .
: I to the great alarm of the In-

habitants. The police decided to ar-

rest them all. On the following day Promdt deliveries ,

The Jamestown Exposition Line : : the gypsies asked for the morning
Ii papers to see what they were accusedof.

NORFOLK, VA. anywhere in the I I t 1 jt. .

Tickets Sale + i Bitten by a Spider I
Excursion on Daily : : City. t t

I Through! blood poisoning causedby i

a spider bite John Washington, Lecturing in London the other day. J1of

For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent 1 of Bo quevllle. Tex., would have lost Gen. Baden-Powell said the Zulu and

of Seaboard or write, ; | his leg, which became a mass or Bastutos were not the men their

S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. running sores, had he not been per- fathers were. The Zulus of today
suaded to t ry ,Bucklen's Arnica were the best fighters among the
tt.t IIII II 11 I I I I I I it 1 I 1 I I 1 U 1 1 1 I I 1 i I i 111 II I I I *.M.IiI Salve. He writes: "The first ap- black tribes, but they were not the

l -- plication relieved, and four boxes Zulus of 1879. All the blacks with

.... I I r 'J J healed all the sores." Heals every the increase of comforts, were -becoming I
sere :25c at Barcla- & Groover, less warlike.J. .

| OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT i ii druggists. dw

K. Johnson for Senator.

i is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is t Finding a canal bridge too low to Editor Democrat-Please allowme +

broad enough to accommodate all and allow the passage of his barge a space in jour valuable paper to
German skipper induced three hun-
reply to what our friend Blanton had
HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: dred Grenadier guards from a neigh- to
say about J. B. Johnson. I, my-
1.-The young folks with their small savings. boring barracks to step on board and self, think Mr. Blanton Is mistaken
act as ballast thus lowering the vessel
2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fundto in the water and passing the about the hard road question, for I -
home for old read the Democrat as careful.as Mr.
procure a or a competency age. bridge in safety.
-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and Blanton did, and did not see where
Mr. Johnson was for hard roads, but
the income provided. Shoe manufacturers in England, in
was against having the
4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. advertising their output to give the such county put to
an expense. We see that Mr.
highest commendation to their goods, Johnson has so many things to do -,-.._--
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida ; make statements like this: "Ours is -
unitl he can't go to the Senate, butI
the only factory in Great Britain FINE CLOTHING
I" .. . think if our friends will remember -"II", _.ca.
which specializes on American princi -.. '
Mr. Tiion was sent to the legislature,
ples, by devoting its entire outfit tone o
and now he is
county commisionar
quality boot." Sui: frr business or dress that will '
and he is no*, satisfied he
yet wants
loo!. a:.d fit as If made to measure,
to get upon the top shelf. Well,
3 This May Interest You we t: enou shouldn't fail to come and
lave nothing against Mr. Tison downtere : No one is immune from Kidney but we. will vote for J. B. John specials

Iwiia IF trouble, so just remember that son. Hurrah for Johnson, for he is st' c recd -

: ] Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the !r- sure to go if he wants to. We wish MIClAELS-STERN

: ; regularies and cure any case of kid for Mr.Tison a good rote, but we can't

t ney and bladder trouble that Is not lelp him this time. We are sorry
beyond the reach of medicine. City FINE CLOTHING:
tags s..taI Mr. =:anion: didn't come sooner, for
Ptarma 1. dw I think it
helps everything for us all
I to cheer up our candidate. So hunan You will find tte style and quality.

For Sick Livers A bride was sued in London the for Johnson. Well Mr. Editor, I tLe finish and the fit of the suits of

ther day for refreshments suppliedfor want to say I think every taxpayers jour size at every price, precisely as
her wedding feast. The list waas you want them. Details:
ought to be
against raising the salary ,
follows: "Four and a half gallonsof '
A PURELY VEGETABLE of county commissioner. singled and double-
beer, one quart Scotch one pint
Yours respectfully, A breasted Sack Suits
COMPOUND-- Irish one bottle of gin, one quart of L. V. HALL. t $15 In all the approved

port, one pint of sherry one bottleof
Spring styles and fab-
CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. claret sodas, lemons."
QUICKLY CURES SIA. MALARIA.CHILLS and Stansel t>lott. ric-efIects-gray and brown-toned

ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. At the home of the bride's father's, worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots and
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by The Price of Health.
Mr. W. D. Belott in the presents ofa tweeds-coustom-tailored and finIshed -
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased -
"The price of health in a malarious hoste of relatives and friends, at equal to $30 to order-
\ today may lave you a tick spell tomorrow.
district is just 25 cents; the cost ofa three o clock on Sunday afternoon, mad suits, for your selec$15

box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," the 28th day of April, Mr. Harrison lion at only .
writes Ella Slayton, of Noland Ark. Stansel, of Alachua county, andI1ss
New Life Pills cleanse gently and im- Samantha Belott, of Emerson, Fla.. advanced
W. A. Whitewell. Emory Tex., A styles in smart single
t $18
wart new life and vigor to the sys were united in holy bonds of matrim
writes: "My child had chill and fever and double-brest-
for four years. We tried all kinds of tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat ony; Rev. A. J. Futch officiating. ted
medicines, and finally an acquaintance of Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw After the ceremony, we were invited ; strictly hand
mine recommended Herbine. We used tailored throughout and made of excellent -
into the dining where
room the table S
three bottles, and the child is now completely worsteds, cheviots cassi merea
Rear Admiral Sir Percy Scott, who
was with
good things to satisfy

I cured. You have my permission and tweeds in beautiful patters of
to publish this testimonial, as I cheerfully is to receive the first vacant British the inner man. Well, Mr. Editor newest color effects
recommend Herbine to all mothers cruiser squadron command, has taken I wish you could have been with -precisely like

having children afflicted aa mine." with him to the Mediterranean, for me for a short time and enjoyed the the $35 to-measure-mace
GENUINE suits, here in all styles at
BOTTLE 50c 'Bating a new gyroscope gun-mount $18
good things with
only . .
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. tng which keeps a gun on a level )Ir. Stansel is a prosperous young

LOUIS. U. S. A. plane in all conditions of the sea. farmer of Alachua county, and Miss the finest specimens

It may completely revolutionize naval Samantha is one of our best young A t$20 of high class tailoring -

gunnery. ladies being possessed with many in all the smart
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY good traits, and as: we believe to bea I I styles and exclusive

Suwannee Drug Company. How !o \\Appendicitis.. true Christian. We, with their suitings of finest quality-imported

Most victims of appendicitis are many friends wish them a happy I:.-*d domestic worsteds, cbevio, ser-

those who are habitually constipated. voyage over the sea of life and may gas and cassimeres-the counterpart
MAYOR'S from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to
Notice Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cureschronic the bright sun of happiness ever shinein every detail of $40 to-
n Is hereby given that at the fill unexpired term, caused by removal constipation by stimulatingthe their home. A FRIEND. i Ireasure-m de suits, special $20

tJ of General Live Oak City Election of the I from Wards and resignationof liver and bowels and restores the i fc:' this week only s .

Suwannee County incumbents. natural action of the bowels. Orino NOTICE.
da. to be held on the first Tues- The City Council will SPRING SUITS FCR BOYS AT
Given under hand and seal Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau meet In adjourned
1111 my
May A. D. 1907 at the I seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant session on May 6th, at 10 $2.50 TO S7.50
arc" Ch&mber. the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907.
and In manner and to take. Refuse substitutes. o'clock a. m., for the purpose of reinstating -
one Prescribed J (Seal) M. E. BROOME, Every suit at every price built of
by law
the fol-
I II City Pharmacy. dw any names which may have
g municipal officers of said !I Mayor City of Live Oak I been wrongfully stricken from registration carefully sccl: ted materials; tail-
ity are to be Suwannee County Florida. I o.ed by specialists to resist wear
for and elect. Secretary in the transmission of list. S. P. SLAYS '
t-1rit: A Mayor 1 Attest: I Ii keep their shape and fit perfectly in
Clerk Trea3urer telegraph dispatches in China Is to City Clerk.
Assessor filled !i S. P. MAYS Clerk I every size-Norfolk, double-breast
Ttt by same person; | be insured in future by a provision
Collector Live Oak, Florida. ed and single-breasted Sack and
: a Marshal and I for the decapitation of all offenders John L. Me Fortin. of Quincy, was
DitarJ Inspector II dainty creations in plain; and fancy
filled by same per- I revealing the contents of important here today on business.
t' aad an i __ fabrics for little men of 3 to S
'0. 1 Alderman from Ward ** 11111 M.M''H--n-11 n >* messages in transit. In the case of I years.
as Alderman from Ward No. ordinary messages or commerce thurevealed C. \WILSON,
: au Alderman i DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, I
a from Ward No.3; the penalty is to be five sT

4ermal. from Ward No.4; jj I| in prison. Five years' A I L 0 R.I
buss from Ward No.5; an is provided for persons who know of !BUTLER BROS

from the City at Large; Solicits Office the revealation of such secrets and Tailoring done at Rubenstein's Guar !
one your of
tredteTi Bond Trustee to fill ex- T at residence-Phone Brings) 148 neglect to report the matter to the antee Store. Prompt service-satisf a< -t

of C. A. Hardee Alder- 'p 144+11 **Itt**#**-i-It' IttIIH t proper authorities. tlon guaranteed. IENS' OUTFITTERS"LI"E



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tnose which are worth while.
( Post)

Published very Afternoon :

Except Sunday.J. "During the trip to Europe from Kansas Is troubled because a ,man RA1

which I have just returned I found there saw an angel flying across the

F. SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'gr. that the farmers are more prosperous state. The angel looked tired but -WAT DOW' UPOJk fifE SUWAXE *

than they have ever been but are was too wise to light-Atlanta Con arrr' _
Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak. '
in sense independent the
no as as stitution. .
Florida. Second Class Mail Matter Mineral
as Springs Hotel
tillers of the soil in the United and
November 7, 1905. Gm
States, said George P. Hampton of The enrollment of students at Stet- HOT AND COt D BATHS UNSURPASSED.: GOOOTA3LE e-vsT *&

New York a member of the legisla- son the DeLand Supplement WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD
tive committee of the National ; has reached the top notch PHONE CONNECTIONS." WELL EQUIPPED STABLES $HADYP.\ '"

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be Grange, at the New Willard .yester- more students having been;registered RATES REASONABLE t7 ac.rLr ILESF=. CO'nECT1IJt: UVj

mailed to any part of the United day. this year than ever before In the his- U un.,-'"

States postage prepair for $5.00 "Over there the population is so tory of the Institution. The registration ACCESS PARK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK.

per year; $2.50 for six months; dense it is but natural that the proprietorship at present Is 5 8 5, and the flORlDl
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents .
of the land should be the chances are that before the close of ...
for five weeks in advance. De- i i in i i i n g 111 i 11 i 111 i i 1i ;;:::-,
basis of aristocracy he went on. the school it will reach the five
livered to any part of the city by
"The lands are held by a comparatively .
hundred mark.
carrier, for 10 cents per week.FOIS .

--- --- -- -- few land barons, who merely SOUTHERN BUSINESS
permit the farmers to be their ten- I COujT
; STATE SEXATOH. A Kansas woman, upon readingan i.i I
ants.len may struggle and find of the
Seventeenth Senatorial District. item In a newspaper telling
prosperity in "a moderate way, but
death of of the same name
a person
The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson the original asset from which the _
exclaimed, "Oh I'm dead-the paper
hereby aan.unce his name as a candi- prosperity comes remains in other
says so!" and at once fell over, deadin
date for State Senator, and earnestly bands. *
fact. This should serve as a
solicit the support of all good, true and +
"This class
produces feeling
to be-
not +
warning to people
Democrats at the special election to the +
makes impossible sturdy independence -
be teld in bawannee:: county, on lieve everything they see in news :
which our farmers have. thinks
May 2nd. VOTERS. papers. Governor +
The close relations betweenour
existing News.
they lie sometimes.-Lakeland
FOR STATE SEXATOn. farmers and the government. \ i

through the department of agriculture ..
I hereby announce myself as a The Live Oak Democrat announces ofof
do not exist in England, Franceor
candidate for the office of State Senator -
that F. Ion Robertson, vice presidentof
Senatorial Germany. With the extension for
for the Seventeenth
the company publishing that paper, 1 j
District of Florida and means of communication my the tele-
has Times
bought the Clay County +
solicit toe support o* the Democratic. phone, good roads and newspapersthe ;
and will sever his connection with :: SPECIAL ANNOUNCEJIE
voters of "county.. farmers of the United States are !
the Democrat May 1, In order to go
W. A. TISONT. the most prosperous, happy and con- it
to Green Cove Springs to publish the
tented class of persons in the world."

_. Times. Mr. Robertson is a bright .1.i:; For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLAR

CoL Henry Watterson says the young newspaper man and we welcome will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT, foronlJ'30.

one thing to constitute a militant WATTEDSOX OX 'BRYAN.Atlanta him back among the editors of ; .oa.
Special courses in all Departments have been so
Democracy is that we must think to ( Constitution.) the state.-Times-Union. anus-iv
gether. | student entering on this special offer can finish; within the E&xj

Editor Henry Watterson has just scholarship.
My, what a waking up there will
returned from his annual visit to : This is which
: an opportunity you cannot afford to miss
Florida's prosperity is based upon be in the old red hills of Tallahasseeand

the products of the soil and her min- Europe and in passing through New throughout Leon county if that ,+i, Do you wish your: salary increased! Enroll with..ale

eral wealth, therefore the Wall street York he gives out a brief Interviewin capital removal question comes up +; ; help you to a good paying position, or get better one than joe a",
which he that Mr. Bryan
flurry over stocks and bonds did not says again. But In all seriousness and i
I seems to be the only man in the CATALOG.
effect us in the least. after due deliberation, don't you
running for the presidential nomina-
think if the capital is ever moved

As the session of the Florida legis- tion. He intimates that Mr. Bryan Is from Tallahassee Live Oak is the
not at all keen for the nomination
lature is drawing to a close, many of only candidate in the long list of COlla
himself, otherwise he "would show a
the new bills introduced from now on aspirants that stands the ghost of a
greater sense of than
may not get a closer acquaintancewith show for landing, the prize? "Them'sour ==
the Florida statutes than a for- sentiments" anyhow-Live Oak ,
There can be no doubt that Mr.

mal introduction. Wattersoa reflects a very general Democrat. Quit your foolishness, my i l. flATTON, President G. S. STEPHENS

brother; has not the state of Floridanow
sentiment when he conceded the almost :
An Arkansas man was murderedfor enough vexatious question up
undisputed popularity of Mr.
trumping his partner's ace. and in hand to satisfy all without an
Bryan as the Democratic candidate
Justifiable homicide is so apparentin effort from any quarter to pull out

this case that it will hardly ba and at the same time recalls those questions to create more "Red Hot to be found anywhere. His friends Blume Hemming Xdkte

necessary to call a jury, says the St. little things which at times look likea Stuff"? For heaven's sake let the and he has them in every nook and clay. Porter, Grabb USED

Louis GlobeDemocrat.The of lack Mr. of responsibility on the part capital. removal "question rest for corner in Florida will insist that he McElveen. Home, Letie: nT

Bryan. quite awhile. However, if a new enter the race for United States Everybody should be atdr-

advertisefments In the Daily Without going so far back as his location is decided some time senator, and they believe he can and tonight. .
upon ,
advocacy of free silver ,and his insistence
Democrat are read every day by hun- in future years Live Oak's advant- will be nominated. He will receive
that it should in -
dreds of our citizens. If you have I substance ages needs be considered.-Tallahassee the solid and enthusiastic support of REAL HOOLIGAS C6*
he made a part of the platform
anything to sell, :\Merchant, advertise at a True Democrat. We're perfectly this (his home) section of Florida

it in the Daily Democrat, and :: time when it really was no longer an wiling to let the capital removal question the very day he announces, and as Wednesday Jfcj *
issue, one needs only to rememberthe
watch results.A he is a good campaigner a pleasant,
rest, but you must make the
:\Iadison. Square Garden speech, All who hare enjoyed
other "fellows" let it affable gentleman, he will gain
rest, too. I
in which he came out rather strongfor caricature character of i Off
contributed article in the Tal- strength as the campaign progresses.
government ownership of rail- gan, the city tramp ta *
Suns.on "What Newspapers Although his
candidacy has been
roads.It At last the value of a dimple-a dailies' funny pages diP
Should Be contains.the statement mentioned for sometime, he has I'
is not easy to see why Mr. Bryan, woman's dimple-has been appraisedby portunity to see ooa th
that a Chicago newspaper has "a never, so far as we know, decided to
with a full sense of his responsibility, the court. Dimples are now be- :ginal stage productloa sib
special correspondent who is familiar
enter the race, but as the time for
the should have thrust so radical a state- ing quoted at 1200. The price was Troubles, a delldonsly
with whole civilized world. That
the next primary is fast
ment before the people and yet It fixed by.Justice O'Gorman in the suit approaching, written to suit the rtinSt
fellow has traveled some.Iust have
an announcement from him
been tourist must be confessed that the spirit of of Mrs. Euphenia Belle Keller againsta may be gan's Troubles portray ftit
a printer.
his declaration was that unless the I beauty doctor who undertook to expected before a great while. nomad just as the reader*

railroads I smooth a wrinkle upon her counten- jej! ]
The Florida legislature has passeda adopted a more conciliatory to see him-always

resolution asking Congress to makean policy towards the people,they would I ance. This wrinkle came from over- AX IXSPIRING TELEGRAM.On I nocent trouble and ties WE

appropriation for work on the drive the people into adopting govern- study, and a friend advised her to go the first day that a young man self out. It is a eleu. *

Suwannee river. Both the St.Iary's ment ownership whether they wishedit to a dermatologist and have it ironed began his duties as reporter on a funny production and tit;

or not. He certainly does not out. At the same time Mrs. Keller **
regard popular number one eompanJ-
and Suwannee should be opened for paper a report came froma
I the taking over of the railroadsas decided to have a mole on her chin presents it here. Pram dl
navigation and thus assist in the nearby town that there was a ter-

development of this great section.St. .- one of the duties of the present excavated. The "doctor" offered to rible fire raging. The editor of the In the fact that the orteSaisj

time or the immediate future. do the job for $150, and, getting the who created the part nil$
George (Ga.) Gazette.Aprll's paper immediately sent the new reporter -
Whatever individual money first, he started in. The **
views one may massaging to the place. and upon arriving Burgoyne. who created j
entertain in regard to government and the injection that were y01Idem
total immigrants to this there he found that the firemen and the dancing
ownership of railroads, looking to used caused her face to swell, and with the Call
were unable Trio. are
to get control of the
country pass 140,000, the great- fire I
the only hope of the Democracy in she consulted a regular nhvsirlan. ." Ho too 1*
------ --- he
so sent this star company
est number of arrivals for one telegram to the
any the* next .oamnsif it is ,.ttar nf advised her to the
r : a n _.. _. stop treatment at art
--- ---- ---rgratification -- -' -- -- ---- editor There
month in the history of the United : "Fire still raging. What immensely.
_. -- that Mr. Bryan himself once which she did. When her face shall musical an*
:states. Thousands of them were I do! The editor thought a twenty-one
has said that the next Democratic returned to its normal size the prtgns
seeking labor not far minute, and then sent back this features on the
yet one, so as mes-
platform should not and would not dimple, alas, was gone. The mole, dice anyone knows, found the way to sage: "Find out where the fire is famed, operatic. j
embody any declaration in favor of however continued to do business at **
Florida where labor is plentiful and hottest and jump In." mon, directs the
such ownership and control. This is the old stand. The wrinkle also re- consistent V'j
wages are good.F. ---*- prices will be
a definite and conclusive statement appeared. The first trial resulted in V1**
The Concert and the date here is
which should be sufficient on that a verdict for the plaintiff, but tbe Tonight.

Ion Robertson, a well known point. beauty doctor appealed. Now Justice The program for the concert tonight 1st.

newspaper man of Live Oak, has And as for free silver, even Mr. O'Gorman and a jury In the Supreme is one that is so complete as to
acquired possession of the Clay County Bryan is not saying much about that. Court have confirmed the verdict, and audience.sure of a pleased and delighted GO TOt

TImes: published at Green Cove the Mrs. Efird has devoted t
The American people have come to price of the dimple has been Irrevocably -
Springs, .and assumes charge of that much time and skill to Its
believe in the absolute honesty and fixed at $1,200. prepara-

paper this week. May he have sincerity of Mr. Bryan. He has the will tion and those who miss the concert T. J.West. CLEF

abundant success in his new field gift of eloquence and the personal For the past few years the name of certainly have cause to regret.
is the wish of The who are to take i
part have
magnetism naturally win and Hon. Frank Adams of Jasper, has under Mrs. !
Jacksonville Metropolis. hold friends. Mr. Watterson personal training
is rightin been mentioned in connection ;
saying that he is the only man in the next race for United States for some time and the rendition of II I) For Fresh G
Why all this mess kicked up about the running thus far. senator. He is recognized various numbers will, without I
as one or doubt
be Ii
the Investigating committee working The Kentucky editor is also right Florida's leading men in business as excellent to a high degree. |

S on the records of the Internal Im- in saying that the relation of labor well as in the political world. He a special The "Romance of the Ganges" is !i and Best

provement Trustees behind closed and capital and of franchise corpora- has been a prominent factor in the feature which every one is I

doors Is that something out of the tions to the public is the great issue up-building of his section of the have awaiting with much pleasure who I I
heard ?
ordinary, or is It not the only thingto before the public. It is growing in state, and for twelve years has been for that it was on the program !:I Meats at

do? Why does the senate consider importance every day. It is one jf the able representative of Hamilton tonight The young ladies :!

apolntnients of the governor in executive the questions or rather one of a county in the State senate. He has :in this number are Misses Hemming!'
session Indeed, why should series of kindred questions which can been honored with the presidency of :Madre Humphreys, Bar- II

any deliberative body hold executive never be settled until they are settled that distinguished body of lawmakers. clay:\ ., Efird Porter and Grubb. Besides I IUa. I End tt 1 f
sessions then We are willing that right and linked with a revisiop and made a most excellent will render a piano [
this committee go about its businessIn of the tariff by its enemies if not by officer. He is a good, honest and Mesdames others on 'the program are ...l--Jl

its p V way-all we desire is the its friends, will be the slogan of the honorable gentleman, pleasing In ad- Bardin San berg, Roberson -

full finding:wfcn" > they haTe completed next campaign.It dress, an able debater, and one of Misses Juliet Humphreys, Blume, I'hnn.169. F1i

their labors. will soon be time to eliminate all the best posted men on state matters Byrd Madre, RobersOQ Bardin, i
Bynum, White. Irene j. Live Oak, : .I'





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4jt1T ---- Biggest Bargains


Coanty Live Gathered Oak by and the Suwannee Democrat WILL BEGIN MONDAY APRIL 29TH. I

Reporter M and will last THREL DAYS If GOODS hold out '=

.a,you want to sell see J. M. Bailey! Everything from One Yard TURMNANT(! TABLES AT HALF PRICE I -

,licensed auctioneer, He sells.jfcflroad to Ten will go on j

Commissioner came

from Montbrook yesterday. This means a general cleaning odds and ends for us and a big saving for the for-:.,-v :I'L .i.ouse- i

wife. }
Lee wife and baby wentlake
City this morning. These remna-ts;; consist of Lawn, :Madras, Percal, Gingham, Batiste, Bleaching, Linen, Chambry,

lack Green made a business trip Organdy, Mull, Ribbon, Lace, Embroidery, in fact, Everything with 10 Yards and under i .

tike City this morning. will so: at Half Price. ::1:

and F. W. Butler :
fcH 5 to McCollum Lake City this morning. No Goods Charged eit THese Unheard of Prices. I

afford Jordan went to City I

badness this morning.

Dr. W. S. York ,of High, Springs, ; THE LADIES IVY h Q F I U 1Vt :;:

j i. the city last evening. : 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR FREE DELIVERY -I
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eaing.CoL Miss Pearl Scarborough of Mayo, When you need a pill, take a pill, I''I K. Ivey, of Hamilton county, formerly -'I KODOL is a thorough stomach re-

was here yesterday en route to Jack- and be sure It's an Early Riser. a turpentine operator, has con- I lief. It digests what you eat and
Mallory Hotne, of Jasper, was
this morning. sonville. They are sold here by City Pharmacy I cluded to settle down to quiet farm I gives the stomach rest and assists in

t d w1 I lure and has purchased a farm from ,, restoring it to its normal activity

CUrler Eaton, chief of police of T. B. Taylor, of Mayo, was here I IS' A. J. Horne in this county. and usefulness. KODOL is sold on a
here this morning. last evening en route to Wilmington W. O. Ames, wife and sister, Mrs. guaranteed relief plan by City Phar
it City, was
N. C. Jno. F. Spears, of Tallahassee, were Jack Taylor has inducted an macy. dw.

here this morning en route to Hamp- elevated railway system In Live Oak .
Co )I. Bailey, of Porter Station, I
4 ta the city this morning. Screens made, and general repairing ton Springs. to convey sand lime brick to the new aRy H. Kinkaid returned yester-
done. Address Box 493 Phone hotel. He thinks his frou-cheese Is day from Gainesvile with his bride.

j. C. Crawley, of Rocky Cut Is 128. A. E. MUZZY, Carpenter. Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leavesat I very valuable, and'no doubt it is. Miss Lctitia Newbern. The young

r.today. 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re- lady once lived in Live Oak, and has
Mrs. Weaver of Mayo, was here I: turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents Oh, my dear girl-she loves to look none but friends and admirers here.

V. D. Mercer, of Columbus, was last evening en route to Houston toI round trip. at the advertisements in the Dally Ray is O"e of our best young men,

today. visit friends. Democrat for pretty things at a bar- who is not afraid of work, and holds
r I
Mrs. W. L. Scott, of Homosassa gain. For goodness'-sake try an ad- a lucerate position with the Live Oak

D j'J.Wj Roseborough, of DeLand Miss Victoria McCloskey. of Boni- was here last evening on her way vertisement. Mr. Merchant.Mrs. I Bottling Works; is a son of City Tax

j. re_today,_en route to Madison.L fay and Mrs. Coleman, of Chipley, home from a visit to friends at Madi- Assessor Kinkaid and a young man
were here yesterday.E. son. L. E. Taylor will leave for I un'versally liked. The Democrat joins

H. Loner Sr., the jeweler, rened Day Station in the morning. Her I the throng in wishing the happy

_from Lake City last evening. V. Trimmons and daughter, of I Peter Leloz: returned'from Palatka younge3t son is station agent at that) couple all the joys married life is .
Tarpon Springs, are guests of the i this morning where he has been mak- point, aad she will remain : lth bin?i fair to. -

for his future wel- for time. ,
Ethel today. ing arrangements some
Lee Witten returned to his home I
liTerness today. Congratulation. I This morning witnessed the arrival -
Rev. Frederick Pasco left for Key Mrs. Coggins, who has been here l
: here over the Florida Railway of
West this morning to attend tLe East Ladles I have Just opened a dressmaking all the winter visiting ter sister, I
1 H. Register of Jasper is in the a large number of the mill hands
Coast Conference. room in the Lewin building, .rs. D. B. Xeedtas, returned to her together
j oa a visit to his daughters. heretofore employed at Alton,
and will be glad to serve jou. Satis- home in Boston, Mass., this morning, with their families. :Most of
T. Al. Chastain went to Jackson- faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. accompanied by her two children.
IlL C. W. Hemming returned tor them destined for Mississippi. They
ville this morning to inspect some MRS. KIGHT.
kome in Wellborn this morning.TO were hardy, rugged young men, and
automobiles for Live Oak people. B. W. Helvenston has purchased a noble specimens of southern man-
I T. Al. Chastain went to the Springs first-class adding machine for his In-
RE."r-Furnlshed and unfured hood, and It certainly pained us to
Mrs. C. E. Holland, of Greenville, Sunday in his Reo, taking S. Conner
rooms, address "R" In care surance office. B. W. is a hustler for see them leave this section. The
Democrat. tfXiu was here today, en route to Suwan- and family, and made another trip business and the amount he handles men at this mill were born and
Station. with T. S. Baisden and sons, and
nee requires expert office assistance and reared in this section of the State.

Jeffie Harris, who has beensag Charley McLeod. modern up-to-date equipment.Use There Is not one of them but what
Kirkland, of Lake I
her sister at Columbia City Miss Maggie stands well in citizenship, and is law-
med home yesterday. City is here today, a guest of )lrl. SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, Kennedy's Laxative CoughS abiding.
C. II. Brown.C. Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leaves
>rup. Children like its pleasant
Xn. \Vasdln returned from the at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning 'I taste. Contains no opiates, but drivesI Subscribe the Daily Democrat.

A list night where she spent Sun- C. Keen, who recently purchaseda at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents I the cold out through the bowels.

r delightfully home at the Park was in the city round trip. I Made in conformity to Pare Food and

this morning.Dr. Drugs Law. Recommended and sold WALL PAPERWhen

The Hair Hardware Co. wift open by City Pharmacy. dw I
If yon want Braying done or a
in need of nice wall
Creekmore has been quite sick up for business tomorrow mornnig. --- paper -
I t carried to the depot right for several days, but_ was able to be They have a magnificent store and a call on H. H. PETTY, at
Phone 1 n. W. N. Boatright.Teaaedy's Deputy Sheriff Hemming captured 'I
up this morning. splendid stock, all the members of CLINTON MECK'S MARKET.
joff of the Seaboard train last evening -
the firm are young men, having the I
1 two white men, one named Paul
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Laxative Cough Syrup. $2.50 wagon seats, new at J. M.Bailey's perfect confidence of the community, .i I-
Hargrove, who is badly wanted In
S Pleasant
t cold cold remedy that expels, the Auction House, for and they have a bright future before Georgia for numerous crimes and : Cold Comfort!
through its action the
1 will receive their
them. That they
$1.50. Other things in proportion.
His is
els. Sold by misdemeanors. companion
City dw
Pharmacy. Be quick. t* stare of the public patronage goes ;, but a boy and is not badly wanted, if .

without sajlngWhen i wanted at all.I.ODOL j
: A certain merchant said he finds
in the Daily
It pays to advertise For Dyspepsia clears the'i

Democrat. you think stomach and makes the breath as

j| sweet a3 a rose. KODOL is sold by ,

AND FOR SALE One complete saw- about that fine | druggists on a guarantee relief plan. I
UNIMPROVED mill outfit Including new forty- I It conforms strictly to the National ;

horse-power boiler. Apply to W. H. Watch i Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by I

Lyle. you City Pharmacy. dw

ity Real Estate need thinkRADFORD'S l I!
Mrs. H. C. Schmidt, of Atlanta, Is lI Frank Winderweedle, who has
theme guest of Miss Annie
of I I been attending the Southern Business I
White for a few days. | College here left today for Dowling i ij

Farms Etc j I Park where he will enter the mer-
recomended for Piles--
-EspecIally cantile business. It.is a pleasure to Ci.a be taken in delicious iiuid
that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch I| us to note the advancement of students aagt'3 s.t our Soda Fountain. Ice
Hazel Salve. Sold by City Phar-
--- I I of this popular school. Every Cream Soda in all flavors and of a
T macy. <*w Where you will find a graduate either goes in business for g.iaianteed purity. Tempting, satisf -

I! himself or secure a lucrative posli ::ing, cooling, healthful. The thoughtof
Mrs. D. A. Horn and Miss McLeod, I choice assortment of
YOURPROPER'y i tion. it on these hot days will make
of Georgia, arrived here today, and
: the very best I l your mouth water. The little cost of
are guests of Mrs. D. E. Horn. I
and Mrs. much comfort will
The Ladies Emporium so surprise you.

WITHUS. i CUARANTEED WUUGnUj : i i Lawler's Milinery Store have kindly Con' swe.ter when coolness is so
Miss Laura Goff, who has been visiting --
20 YEARS 'taken charge of some of our toilet easy to reach. Try a glass of your
friends here, returned to her i
j __ !articles ("France-American Hygienic" favorite flavor and be copl and happy -

home in Plnemount this morning. WATCHES REPAIRED i ). Our patrons will please ask for
) RiiALTy them when shopping at these two
[ Co.n P. C. Wind and wife have rented in advance for
D. RA DFORD places. Thanking you
the lower story of Mrs. Rouses J. I I

Buildhg. residence, and will begin keeping 'll>'E OAK flA. your patronage.ST.. LUKE'S GUILD. FIoiio a BOO sea n N News CO.

Room 3. house tomorrow.




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r- I r. I' ORDINANCE No M- to the- northern boanadry of Wilbur PRO
street as it now stands, running at
t' An Ordinance to amend Sections rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032
NOTICETo 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the : feet to White street In White's Addi-

i City of Live Oak. Florida, being an i(I I tion in said City of Live Oak Florida '

I Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to excepting therefrom three feet BROW
Contractors and Prospective Builders: prohibit the running at large on the I across the northern side of the

streets cf the City of Live Oak. of !. Parshley family burial grounds

horses mules, hogs and goats, and which is included In said description
THE lIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. to provide for the impounding" and {!, and within the iron fence Inclosing I

: disposing of the same, passed said burial grounds.
September 30th 1903 and approved I, Section IL That condemnation tIvs oils,
I will Lime Cement
you your Building-sand a October 6th 1903. i proceedings shall be instituted In the

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. n Be it ordained by the Mayor and i name of the City of Live Oak in accordance -
:: City Council of the City of Live Oak, i with the provisions of the

OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices i Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided Physklan
Ii Section la. That Section I, Section t for the purpose of carryingout
8 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance the provisions of Sectional of Office: f%+sroB

No. 16 of the City of Live Oak, this Ordinance.
The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I II I Florida, being an ordinance entitled | Section III. That this ordinance

"An ordinance to prohibit the run- shall take effect upon Its passage by

I : I I :: -.............. '::"t.i.x. ning at large on the streets of the' the Council and approved by the t
City of Live Oak of horses, mules ': ilayor, or upon its becoming an
----- ---- and to provide for i
hogs and goats, | ordinance without the approval of the

S .j the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. M.E.. BROQJJ
Why disease and before the victim realizes !
same" approved October 6, 1903 be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
have a tortid liver when Herbine the bis danger he may have a fatal mala and the same are hereby amended so I Robertson, and passed by City -

only liver reguator will help you? I dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the as to read as follows: Council in regular session assembled ATTOS.ti- r& ---

first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities "Section 1. Horses. mules. hogs'! on this Sth day of April A. D. 1907. ,
There is no reason why you should I and and goats shall not be allowed to run i CHAS. H. BROWN, UVEOWiD &
suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation. Bright'sdisease at large upon any of the streets, alleys {[ President City Council. PIWtice..
Chills and Fever or any liver complaints and diabetes. City Phar- lanes or unenclosed property of }' Attest: iaJat all u.h..

when Herbine will cure you. I I macy. tw* the City of Live Oak and that cows I> S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. Etc; AI"N.A&Y "-;;
shall not be allowed to run at large >! "
Clerk of
I, S. P. Mays City the
F. C. Waite _"Westville Fla., writes:
I 1 upon any of the streets, lanes or City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby PuueIta1t>> _
1 was sick for a month with chills public highways of the said City or certify that the above and foregoing

and fever, and after taking two bot- AUDITORIUM other unenclosed premises within : Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed L.At DIXO,

tles of Herbine, am well and heal- ATONE I I I the following boundary in said City by the City Council on the 8th day
!of Live Oak, Florida to-wit: I.
thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company of April, A. D. 1907 and the same
Beginnig at a point where Irvin- is hereby certified to the Mayor for D'TISt
and First streets intersects. and run- tis approval. ---,.:

ning south to where Irvin and Car- j Witness my hand and seal of said ORTOL'OHTU, : taotet,;.

Wedding at Madison. !roll streets intersect, thense east to i City this 8th day of April, A. D. Wong, :
Houston street thence south along 1907.

Valdosta Ga., April 27.-The mar- Wed. May: 1st.: Houston street to John street, thence (Seal, ) S. P. MAYS, ---.
east on John street to Church street, City Clerk. T. JL.Y1
riage of Hon. J. Randall Walker of ,
thence south on Church street to cor- Examined and approved by me
this city, to Miss Mary Love Coggins, Practical
poration line, thence east
corpora- this 9th day of April A. D. 1907.
at Madison Fla., Wednesday evening, tion line to White street thence M. E. BROOME, Mayor.Mr. WATCHMAKER
at 8 o'clock, in the Presbyterian Here's a Good ,One north on White street to Howard r I Ala l
street thence east on Howard street j 3S fear'.
Church of that city of the
was one
S. L. Bowen of W.
a point opposite Georgia avenue, Good
most brilliant that has occurred in, thence north to and along Georgia I Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer:: from stock of Wttebo&ATTORNEYSTAI.,

this section of the sout h.The church avenue to the northeast corner of Kidney disease, so that at times II I -.

decorated in Bryson street and Georgia avenue, L. sROBEON
was beautifully pink could not get out of bed, and when E. Ro8Ell8Oll.
thence due north section line I l
and green, huge banks of ferns and to a point opposite along Fifth street I I did, I could not stand straight. I I & 51

pink roses being used about the pul- thence west to and along Fifth streetto j Ij I took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol- ;

pit stand. Across the chancel was a Atlantic Coast Line railroad t lar bottle and part of the second

green arch, with pink roses, and fromit thence southwest across Atlantic cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney
Coast Line railroad to First *
street, I
was suspended a pink bell with
Cure works wonders where others
thence west along First street to Will do general practice
small silver bells within. At the.con- i--
point of beginning. are total failures. City Pharmacy FedenI

clusion of the ceremony which was r "Section II. It shall be the dutyof I dw

performed by Dr. McChael and Dr. the City Marshal or any deputy KOOM3 I AND I IUP.3r '-

Carson the little ring bearer pulleda Marshal or policeman of the said I CLEUK AND INSPECTORS.Live I 'h qit.a
City to take possession of and placein Oak, Fla.. April 11. 1907. UYE OAJC.iao : : &.
ribbon which set these bells to ring-
a pound to be provided for that
The Board of County Commissioners -
ing. purpose any horse mule hog or goat II ,; 'lt

The bridesmaids entered down one found by him or them running at I of Suwannee County Florida, ata ..J 1. ..9J..11lU,1.

large upon any of the streets, alleys, meeting called for and held on said Kid****IM bfr
aisle and the groomsmen down the Mghways
or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commissioners -
other. The ushers were C. P. Kelley within said City, and likewise ......
W. A. Tison M. L. Burnett
Dr. Parramore Joseph Hineley andJ. IT'S ME take possession of and place in said ;,

E. Pardee. The groomsmen and pound any cow found by him or them i| and J. H. Grant, appointed the following -I I j Chamb2rlai'corle

THE running at large on any of the streets, named persons Inspectors and
bridesmaids were: Miss Gertrude ORIGINAL alleys,
lanes public highways or Clerks of election
an to be held in
Walker and Mr. Charles Groover; other unenclosed property of said I i Cholera & Kanfcl
I said County on May 2, 1907. '
Miss S. S. Randall and Mr. Benny T. City of Live Oak within the boundaries -
Hooligan'sTroubles prescribed in Section I hereof." District No. 1.-Vf. T. McCullers,
Bentley; Miss Parramore and Mr. J Almost ever/I&n
"Section VII. For catching and J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady, In-
Lane Miss Bessie McRae and
Young; of a reEable remedr ii
impounding stock under ti
this ordinance spectors; A. J. Williams, Clerk. I
Mr. A. L. Davis; Miss Damerson of the City Marshal shall be en- diarrhea at tone texfe::
District No. %.-W. E. J.
Jackson, :Miss., and Mr. Albert titled to the following fees, namcl: Harrell
For catching and R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson In- year.This '
Thornton impounding
; Miss Lizzie Mays and Mr. with horses i randy IKE
the original Hooligan mules and cows fifty cents per head spectors; W. A. Nobles, Clerk. .
BenJ. J. Fowler of Macon; the maid goats by dealers who WRK_ ,
cents per head, hogs one District No. 3.-Will McLeod G.
of honor Miss Clara Coggins. The ARTHUR C). MAY dollar per head. For feeding and many year and bo*lit,

flower girls were Susan Fraleigh and taking care of such stock while in I W. Goff and A. M. Moseley, Inspec- It has iccrivd: EE>

Emily Burgan. and the ring bearer DAINTY pound for horses, mules and cows he !t tors; W. D. Whatley, Clerk. testimoniak fraa grIt ,'

shall receive forty cents per day per District No. 4.-L. C. Young, J. has been '
Sam Cobb. The best man was Mr. GRACE head proa rj
BURGOYNEand each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and H.I
George Gamble
with toe
W. P. Glover of Macon. per day per head each; for advertis- matjp

Miss Threadgale presided at the or- the original I ing and selling such animals he shall tors; Ed. McLeod Clerk. results. ;J,

gan and Miss Edna Briggs played the receive the sum of fifty cents for District No.T.. H. H. Hunt, TI It has often awdij t

violin.. Just before the party enter- ALL STAR COMPANY horses for mules or cows per head and L. Dorsett and ,V. M. George, Inspectors I I medicine crnild LwetwJ
hogs or goats the sum of twenty- B. E. fnmfi-
ed the Miss of Monti- ; Martin Clerk. or a physician f\
church Budd five
cents per head each. The :
Yaudeiille and word I
23 Musical
I'pllo_____. -F1a__Of =_n_<:> "RPI'an"______",__." Numbers 23 "hog" under this ordinanro----_ _ehaii:__u ho District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome, S. It only costs.a 9 p !!
taken to include y G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. In- afford to risk II o.:t
Immediately after the ceremony a This is the play and this is the com- you
Section Ha. That this I' spectors J. Newsome. little BUY R NOt.I .
Ordinance ; Cierk.
of that I
reception was held -at the home pany makes 'em all whistle, shall take effect I
upon District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst T. Z.
the bride's parents. sing, roar and shout. its passage by the Council and I I
approval Hurst and B. M. Holland -i
by the Mayor ;
as to mules, I
horses, goats and hogs, but A. J. Bass Clerk.
The Xew Pure Food and Drug Law. I shall not THOMPSON S b
PRICES 50C. AND 75C. go into effect as to cows until 60 days I District No. 8.-G. H. Dorman J.

We are pleased to announce that from its passage by the City Council. |I M. Kite and J. H. Johns,

Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs OHDIXAXCE XO 58. Passed by City Council in regular 1 i J. E. Ferguson, Clerk. Inspectors; Drays and Deliver i]!

colds and lung troubles is not affect- An Ordinance session this 8th day of April A. D. irf-
amending Section 1907. CHAS. District No. 9.-S. W. Furniture
H. Gary, W. R.
ed by the National Pure Food and Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11, being -
Drug law as it contains no opiates or j entitled "An ordinance fixing the Attest: President City Council. More and Calvin* Sistrunk Inspectors; HaulingSpeeaSSTOVE .\

other harmful drugs and we recom- I I 1 salary to be received by the officers S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. Stewart Smith Clerk. W
of the City of Live Oak Florida," ap- 1. S P. Majs District No. 10.-A. H. Hall L.
mend it as a safe remedy for child- City Clerk of the
proved October 6, 1903. City of Live Oak, Florida A. Leggett and J. F. Williams Any length delivered
ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* Be It Ordered by the Mayor and do hereby Inspectors -

City Council of the City of Live Oak, certify Ordinance that No.the 56 above was regularly and foregoing I ; C. L. Sealey, Clerk. of city, promptly I

"I AM liEST.: Florida: ed by the City Council on the 8th pass-day District No. 11.-s. Phillips, H. I feusines. Ph1rl

Section 1. That Section Three (3) of April A. D. 19v.< and the C. Kight and A. M. Lewis Inspectors !
Mark Twain records in his autobiography of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of is hereby certified to the Mayor same for T. A. Mikell, Clerk.

now running serially in Live Oak. Florida being an ordin- his approval. .

The North American Review this in- ance entitled "An ordinance fixing Witness my hand and seal of said D.District No. 12.-S. D. Huggins, J H. J. MOREContractor
the salary to be received by the of- Cit -. this 8th day of April A. D. Goss und J. J. Holmes, Inspectors;
cident in connection with a pathetic
ficers of the City of Live Ook, Florida 1907.Seal J. H. Anderson, Clerk. and
account of the death of his daughter: ." approved October 6 )
1903 be S. P. MAYS, District No. 13.-H. E.
In one of her books I find some verses and the same is hereby amended so City Clerk. J. Reynolds Delegal, W. Apply for plans! ,f]
A. C.
which I will copy here. Apparentlyshe as to read as follows: Examined and approved by me Johnson Inspectors and specifics
always put borrowed matter in (Section 3.) The City Marshal! this 9th day, of April A. D. 1907. ; J. j. Corbett, Clerk.

shall receive a salary of sixty-five M. E. BROOME. Mayor. District No. 14.-T. C William Office on Ohio Ave..1 d t
marks. These lack
quotation verses
Dollars per month as City Marshal I* B. Davis and T. G.
those marks, and therefore I take and the sum of Ten Dollars per tors Hall Inspec-
; L.
them to be her own: month as Sanitary Inspector of the OKIHXAXCE XO. 57. Clerk. fieada''
City of Live Oak. Florida. An Ordinance providing for District No. :15.-T. J. LanIer J. THe Great

Love came at dawn, when all the Section II. That this Ordinanceto establishing, opening and extending the A. Gilby and J. J. Collins Inspectors; ,

world was fair take effect immediately upon its of Wilbur street in the City of Live A. L. Burton Clerk BromoPfNote e
passage and approval by the Mayor. Oak, Florida
When crimson glories bloom and I the east side of District No. 16.-E.
Passed by the City Council this Ohio avenue eastward to Goff, A J.
sun were rife; 22nd day of April. A. D. 1907. street in White's Addition to White said Futch and D. W. Harrell, Inspectors; the *****

Love came at dawn when hope's CHAS. H. BROWN, City ten hundred and thirty-two J. C. Brock, Clerk. I

wings fanned the air Attest: Pres. City Council.S. (1032) feet said street to be fifty District No. 17.-J. s. Parker. T.
P. MAYS City Clerk. (50) feet in width. tt. CURES L .t
And murmured, "I am life. Be and W. H. Johnson, Insp"ctors 1
I. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the It Ordained by the Mayor and ; H. B. Brown Clerk.

Love came at eve, and when the day City of Live Oak Florida, do here City Florida Council of the City of Live Oak The Board On the s
I by certify that the above and fore- : ordered the Clerk to
was done going Ordinance No. 58 was regularly Section 1. That Wilbur street in Prepare the official ballot to be voted No Opiates. t
When heart and brain were tired, I the City of Live Oak Florida at said ,
passed by the City Council on the as it special election to be held in ]II *'
and slumber pressed; 22nd day of April 1907, and the .wvtands' be opened. extended and this County on May All DnigidyFor .119 i
established 2nd.
Love came at eve, shut out the sink- same is hereby certified to the I Ohio from the eastern side of Place thereon 1907 and sa'
Mayor for his approval. avenue in said City fifty feet names of all quali- FhbLIVEetK
Ing sun in width at fied electors, The City
right who
angles ,
Witness my hand and seal of said I!OM with said by reason of peti-
whispered "I am rest. to tion or
And wai7 Uet eastward White street certificate
City this April 22, 1907. in are entitled to hare
s Addiiton
to the
(Seal) S. 'I said City their names
P. MAYS, of Live Oak. the northern printed thereon.
Insidious Danger City Clerk. boundary The Board U2tJ"In
* An i of which said extension shall be adjourned to meet
Examined and approved by me this line a 26th. April "
drawn 1907.
at --- --
of kid right
features angles
One of the worst 23rd day of April 1907. ( with Ohio

ney trouble is that it is,-an-insidious- M. E. BROOMS Mayor. side avenue of Ohio from avenu a point directly on the opposite eastern 1 J. W. BRYSON.W. A. TISO-l, Cbairman. OLEY5: >>11j..

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"Belknaps" Shelf Hardware; there is none better

Blue Diamond" Enamel Ware, it will please you

"Primble" Cutlery, tne Cutlery of "Quality."


Adapted to al1 Lands

Sherwin=Williams Paints "Mastic Mixed Paints"This

Paint is proved Pure under laws of the Government The Kind that Lasts. I

Experimental Station

(Ask us to Prove it) CLASS, :. OILS, :. VARNISHES, :. STAINS, :. PUTTY J

Colts, Smith & Wesson and Other Grades of Revolvers. Amunition. I

Shot Guns and Rifles.The r

very best line of Crockery in this Section for the Full or Modest Pocketbook. I


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Rev. C.A. Ridley's Success Atlanta
In Your Laundry Workwe
From the editorial page of The
Golden Age of Atlanta, we clip the GRAND
10 t / following eoquent and beautiful tri-
bute to one of our citizens and
few!DdMT Dts.as. ;
| saT reocnlxd. i friends:
bt la Ut back and \ "The many admirers of Rev. C. A.
u;teutr.fciKhlr coH -
nztn.; MdlmMit In Ridley, of Live Oak, Fla., the gifted EXCURSIONTO
Bin*; pain la tbl
tt bUuUn P l- preacher and author who has madeso \
l dry Do$kin. II you B aan friends the readersof Ji
i tar or ail ol tnt among
nvionM. roar only The Golden Age, will be interestedto
AM olr eoT.ry U in
learn that he won new laurels dur-
OH. KcGEB'S ing his recent visit to Atlanta. Com- r

CE&CHX; AND KIDNEY\1CUBE. \ ing to the city for the express pur-

pose of inducing Dr. L. G. Broughtonto PERRY FLA.
go to Live Oak and assist him in
s Lnmbaso, ,
KatamatUm meeting, he narowly escaped being ,
&tsnt.Dis.as.. Ws don't a
I Ton to tak Ut*rUk-U tu. .o severely injured in the street car ac-
way to i not euro,your mon>
will bo ntanded. Don't wait cident from which Dr. and Mrs. ON-
sure can give the
ttjr A bottl at RT ti Pt we you
day. your E .
Broughton are now suffering. At Dr.Broughton's
sIs. SOc;Urge greatest satisfaction. There is an
request, he remained in added stiffness and a glorious gloss
Atlanta several days, speaking to Dr. put upon our work that enhances the MAY 6TH.

j LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. Broughton's classes at the Tabernacle pppearance and lengthens the life of
Bible School, and preaching three your linen. Bring your Shirts, Col- .
times at the Tabernacle on Sunday.. lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White and

All reports declare that he capturedthe Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our I, Come one and all and enjoy your-
iveOakBrokerage & Commission great congregations with rare Laundry, and you will have them selves. Music furnished by the Su
manifestations of pulpit power. An quickly and carefuly done in a satis-
wannee Brass
of native eloquence Band. Don't miss
orator surpassing factory manner at a satisfactory
i and yet humble and devout, the price.. hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

PEGIALS I ized Tabernacle that they congregation had met a soon preacher real- -- I freshments.ED. DAVIS Gen. .
in the of the
I sent really, and great the promise power of the future.pre- Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE J. MADISON President.G. .

ANITA FFKXAXDKZ CIGARS He swayed his audiences from smilesto 139. '
HONEST JIOXETUBACCU tears, fascinated them with his JAMES A. NEAL

OBELISK AND COMET FLOUR easy mastery of the English tongue Music Teacher
IMPERIAl. ROASTED AXI SUOUNl COFFEE and blessed them with the allessential -

I.. 1:. T. EXTRACTS spirituality without which the FOLEY'Sr
T.U'Io'TOI.V CHEWING GUM message of any preacher is always
brought in vain. "The Literature of CITY BARBER SHOP.We .

e Goods Ace i in Masi 1 ijf rile 81oiestill.i S wCOIIIIIY 3 t Living having,"a Mr.splendid Ridley's sale,new and is book.carry-is 'oa Ohio have opened up a barber shop
avenue In the White build-
the loftiest type of inspiration to 'HOf1EY
ing AND r TAR ,
ing and solicit the patronage of the
If your grocer hasn't them, just tell him to call up 'Phone every life-it-touches.----- white\ people. Shop Is newly fitted

:sand he can get them for you. Don't let him give you some- Good Judgementis up and everything kept neat and
.o?just the essential characteristic of men The original clean.
good. If he insists in doing so you had best trade
: and Invaluable to good
newhere woman.
else. business men and necessary to house- LAXATIVE cough remedy. McQueen & Griffin.

wives. A woman shows good judge-
50 8bls ment when she buys White's Cream For coughs, colds, throat and lung J. F. WEBBPAPER
of FloVr we have sold since January 15th. Vermifuge for her baby. The best troubles. No opiates. Nonalcoholic.Good .
everybody. Sold everywhere.The HANGER and
worm medicine ever offered to moth- DECORATOR
That shows what the goods are ers Many Indeed are the sensible genuine -
mothers, who write expressing their FOLEVS HONEY and TAR is in Will be glad to furnish estimate
&Yellowpackage. Refuse substitutes.
gratitude for the good health of their on work, and will guarantee satisfac-
I children", which they owe to the use Prepared only by tion, at best prices. Reference: S.
iveOak8rokerage & Commission Co. Foley A. Company Chicago.
: of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold A. Hinely. Live Oak. Call at Demo-
by Suwannee Drug Co. dw* City Pharmacy. I crat office.urn. .

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BETWEEN TRAINS |I| or gamble, but this life simply drivesme had come a long journey, and were WOJIAN BURNED TO DEATH. ventions held la

By J. LIndley Spicer. i to it." going on into Canada." I I 1 portunlty for TiaWaltiJ

Those who travel are often much | The three men now drew together "How much did the 'other fellow' Also. $7OO in Money, Which She Exposition, haTe IfQI

anaoyed by the long delays incident ;: for a chat such as men love so cost you altogether?" Carried.Philadelphia j rangement whereby A'g f

upon changing cars or lines of con- I well Mr. Mack threw his cigar out "Thirty-eight cents." ion )'
April 3 This is especially true in of the window and said: '
veyance. "Did you go without dinner?" Kearner, aged 60, was burned to mond are honored ba
the country districts where there may I "Will you not tell us, sir, how you
J, "Surely not. I gave the little death at her home here yesterday, Va., without addltksal
be train service but once a day each spent the three hours you waited Just '
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mother the magazine I had finished and $700 in notes which she carried alone certainly makes
I now in Rutland? I set up the drinks I
way. reading, and instead of going to the In her pocket, were destroyed. The I especially attractive .;t
A Christian worker took his seat ;, twice and had a fine dinner at the
hotel where my dinner would have money carried represented the sav- There Is a
in a car which was standing upon the : hotel. It cost me two dollars, and I
cost seventy-five cents I went to the ings of the family for five years. to have the DlO1l
track of a short branch railroad in I feel like a fool.
station restaurant and had a fine din- in
Vermont. He took out a pad of pa- "That's what I'd like to know al-
ner. Stewed venison and all that, Castro to Retire. on the same train oat_
per and his fountain pen, and began so," said Guy. "How to kill time
for thirty-five cents, so you see I was I New York, April 30.-The Tribune, a body. This too wUSLj
writing a letter of sympathy to a between trains. It's the death of :
two cents to the good after alL" I yesterday, said: President Cipriana more pleasant i
friend who had suffered a great me. I smoked a lot, lost some mon-i
I "Bravo!... Shake, old fellow!" and I Castro, of Venezula according to Information -
fliction. af-\\ey in a quiet game of cards, paid for | fJtlDmr'
Mr Mack extended his hand witha I received in this city recently Arthur. William Hit
A portly commercial traveler a big dinner that didn't taste good, '
hearty grasp. from two ;
Independent J'rojlltJ
snoring loudly acrooss the car. An- did a lot a swearing and had a bad sources
better1way "Tell us again please" said Guy, is planning to retire from office on "From what I ;
other traveling representative came time generally. Tell us the
"what are the two rules you follow May 23. 'Although this date might think that the proepeea!
bustling in, and slammed a seat over -do!
i between trains." suggest here ing the Florida,
some other for his
deposited his grips upon it with an "liy way may not appeal to you, cause
sI' "Simply this: Improve my own retirement, the Is his Fernandina are
oath and preceded to curse delays in but I usually make it a rule to try'! con- FJf
mind by adding to stock of information tinued ill health. T. Williams to
for my He will seek re-
general and the management of the two things-see what I can learn
and seek some opportunity cuperation In the I The Record ]
mountains of
road he was about to travel upon in and how I help the other fellow. I
of helping the other I
fellow. Switzerland. Gen. Juan Vicento Mr. Williams
"I do how
particular.The not see you could co.
newcomer was a young athletic either in Rutland." i' "That's fine. Say, I'm glad I was Gomez, first vice president, will suc- fice and discussed tJll
the other fellow this time. ceed **!
What Gen. and some
length gave
fellow, out upon his second trip. "Just this way: I went out to seethe j
The noise he made awakened the town, and came to the fine,memorial you have told us is better than sons why the Indiciaaj!
the library." preaching. I was afraid you were THAW EXHIBITS: DENIED. building of the road etel B
first one. who. recognizing young j i .
going to bore us but I I ..*
; never had a Mr. Williams fa
man, exclaimed genially: "Didn't know they had one. "
"Yes it's of I better time between trains. Your The Court Will Hold the Evidence In posted men In the staff
"Hello, Guy, old man, how's everything ; stone handsomely
gospel Is preaching with the P left This Celebrated I of this character and***
?" I furnished, hardwood floors, rugs, I Ca.se.
I "Only so-so, Mr.- Mack. I'm Just j I well\ lighted and heated, cosy and as i off, and it's" 'reaching' sure. It Xew York, April 30.-Justice Fitz- reference to this great<&*

fighting mad over these senseless de-: comfortable as you could wish. There I| reached me. gerald has refused to sign the order be read with a great**

lays." is a charming, intelligent custodian | ".\.1.1 a-bo-ard!" shouted the con- giving into custody of Lawyer Pea- Mr. Drew is erpeettf|

"Oh, you'll get over that Guy. You I who knows where to find from the i j jweh ductor, and the train moved out. body exhibits introduced by the de- nandina In a few ,sat*:
-New York Observer. vM1t*
must philosophize. Here, take a filled shelves Just the books you f fense in the Thaw trial. intimated that he
Poaghkeepsie, X. Y.
nip!" And a generous good sized ask for. I'm a great admirer of i j IK>rtant announcemeu1Phe

pocket flask was produced. Guy tookit I,Shakespeare, and be piled the table I SEAI50ARD AIR LINE RAILROAD. arrives.-Fernanda*;'
with a hearty "Thanks' Good with superb folios. First editions, ANCIENT SPANISH CHEST. :

stuff that," but before handing it notes biographies, critical reviews, Special<< Occasions-Southern Baptist BRONCHIAL T&&*

back he asked, looking at the stranger I etc., and I forgot the biting air the Florida Citizen<< Makes an InterestingDiscoiery Comeiitlon and Auxiliary Societies --. '

across the car who was still busy : soppy streets and driving snow out- of Old Relic. Richmond Va., May 16-21, I9O7 Readily<< Yield 'to SoIfIiIJTreatment
writing. side." Account of the above of ft;
B. W. Woodward, from Wohoo, .... __ __d_ occasion we
"Shall I pass it around? "Well! well! You did know how re- U".u"uunutnp rate of one fare, Bronchial troubles} iT.
ates the finding in
Oh, cert; ask him his line, too." to strike it sure. But how about the neighborhood ')lus twenty-five cents in the sale of cannot be hefc> *t;
few They
days ago an iron chest
Guy arose and cousterousl *approached 'other fellow?' all tickets to Richmond, V a.; tickets at dosing They are CJ3'

with flask presented, say- "Oh, :yes: : the other fellow I found Spaniards probability when exploring was buried Florida by this rate being on sale from May HUh tion in the air pa.ssa&lj

ing: at the station. This time he happened on the first discovery of America up- until 16th Inclusive, with final limitto relieved and cured 1I*<

t "We don't know your line, brother : to be a widower with five children. says the Sumpterville Times. leave Richmond fifteen days from alone. In this Hes <**(

I but you have the ear-maks," pointing I intended going to the hotel for The chest, of course, was much eat- :Sate of sale. However, by complying great success of IItfI

I to the grip and suit case. !dinner, but when I saw the six of en by rust, and the contents of it had with certain conditions and upon treatment of llro nchJal

"Thank you kindly, I never In- I them eating dry sandwiches and decomposed so that it was not payment of fee of $1.00. an extension The first breath ii,

dulge: but I have been 'on the road.' i drinKing; from a quart bottle of milk, sible to learn anything from pos it, of this limit to June 17th may be medicated air .

Books was my line. Now I'm tryingto [ I though here's the other fellow sure though it was plainly evident that the procured. Lion, stops the congkbecomes

show\ men the road to Heaven, and i enough." contents were originally some kind The Seaboard has been declared permanent a i I
tte value of this Book." Taking a "How did you work it?" of paper or parchment. official. route for delegates to this suits. i

Bible from the seat by his side. "I went out and bought six red ap- it would be interesting, indeed to In meeting. Those having the matter Hy-o-mei has taade
"Beg pardon, I'm sure." ples for six cents, a bag of peanutsfor know the original contents of that I were evidently guided in able cures in the 1

"Oh, no offense. I'm glad to make ten cents, some cookies for six box. reaching the decision to name our chronic forms of b.

new acquaintances, and I appreciate cents and came back." The box was found near where t line by some of the attractive features and is sold by CUI .{

tbe hard times which come to traveling "Hoij did you manage to give the severar years ago a gold scabbardwas : of our service noticeable the same guarantee.a

men. The long hours between truck to the kids?" found. All of these things are, among these being our double dally Hy-o-mel is punt l lI

trains." "Oh. apples, cakes and nuts havea without doubt, relics of Spanish ex- service with through coaches and I that Is, to refund tW:tithe

"YeCsir.; they are beastly. I tell language children soon understand.We porations In the country.-Jackson- sleepin gears..PrfT01'16'. remedy 400\ 1

you, I didn't use to drink or smoke had a merry time. I found ihvy- il POi etrOpOlI with an Idea of afford- I tion. The comp?

to this and other con-: $1.00.d. .

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