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: May 1, 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
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System ID: UF00075905:00065
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:The Discovery Has Caused Price of
Has Pa* ed Bill Making -.
Land to Advance Deposit Covers
Rale Two and One- -
,Many Acres
Cent.a. .
". .....

Gainesville Apr 30.-Phosphate
May I.-Yesterday the
a a. H. has been discovered In and around
for the first
pf representatives Newnansvllle and the opinion of an
sessions, and cleared
.t fceid two expert who hapened by chance to
all bill on third read-
ifesdar of make the discovery Is that the sup

vskh will place the famous ply is almost Inexhaustible judging
bill amongst those
t,0u eoaaty from his soundings. This expert bV
today Aa the fate
.. considered lieves that the deposits will run on

all tte proposed new counties rests an average of 68 per cent.
of this bill.
t\j spoil the pasage Several days ago this expert who

tot,U awaited with no less inter- has been In ill health and has been
of the other pro-
by IA. citixens under medical treatment at Alacljua,
.. counties than by those of
it iew was walking through the property otJ
and the anti-
Hull** peninsula I. Holder. He noticed from tne
the eastern side of
Woalita from surface of the ground that the soil

.uty.Romance. was highly Indicative of phosphate
of notice given the
II deposits and began an informal Investigation
MacWilliams. of St.u. .
before during which he unearthed
1\\ morning moved aoadderaUon
yesterday a few inches from the surface .
of the vote by which
immense sharks teeth bones

Cuter resolution was los After etc. He notified the owner of his

eI dijcuMlon, the motion was voted discovery, and was Instructed to pro

1. It to 33. For another and ceed with the work of exploration in

the last time the house has
Up* a proper manner. The result was

x4 tuelf on record against emBent that he sounded the property In several

,- of counsel by the Internal "places* going at radom, when he

ffonmeat Board and Investigatcemmittee. .. discovered a large and almost Inexhaustible

There was practical-
deposit, in some places com

M cause from the alignment' of ing with a foot of the surface. The

day before. deepest. shaft has been sunk so far

ACT a lengthy discussion of num- as eight feet, which did not finish the

if amendments House Bill No. 19 vein.

Mr. Lone of Clay, fixing the4MB This expert in company with Holdej -"

passenger rate at 2H cents andXN Gnlnn,-both pf,-New*.

.Wl.tat_ a lsv1l1 ..tcrth8 tttJ11.t! DdlQ7"-

majority. The amendments bringing a half bushel ot the deposit
fet to make the rates for lines I n ncfcvyvitighi secretary of war ma4 a d* p impression en tn istnm>.c.
to Dr. H. Herzog the. chemist,
tUa hundred miles In Bartholomew in Minneapolis
one analysis. They also brought some!.

pa, three- cents per mile but he had confidence enough In the made and Senator Trammell start Alpine Rover." A piano solo by Mrs. of the pebbles, a sharks' tooth, and

It a majority of the house lavor- ed argument at thecloselndefense Efird was thoroughly appreciated by tooth of some animal which had been
tit amendments, they failed oaccessary : mittee to know that they com.J an Suu'oftlce "
of the bills which was objected by the audience. Mrs. Eflrd's playing unearthed to The where-
to consld
two-thirds vote ruled solely by a
Senator Sams and he yielded to the alone would draw a good audience. it Is on display.
n4 a bill on third reading. these two questions. He cited a his
suggestion, reserving hla, remarks "The Spring Song" was the The expert who requests name
U four o'clock In the afternoon number of authorities In support of the
until the matter is before the senate, medium through which some of the withheld at this time states
loose listened to Interesting adSKS his contention that under the con On
land Is hilly.
though several members of the committee best voices in Live Oak was heard. formation of the
CoL of Washing stitution of this state the legislature
by Brewster
be found the ,
were desirous that they pro This song was given by Misses Rob- tne hillsides is to
of the National to levy a franchise tax
representative no power there to
the valley appears
while in
ceed. erson, Bynum and Blume Mesdames
toboa Society and Hon. John WaitUU but devoted most of his argument to phophate.
of pebble
Bardin Sanberg and Roberson and be vast deposits
game warden of Alabama. the consideration of the affects of the Butler McElveen Horn and Indications are that there are rich
bill it passed saying that In this FIRST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT -
The Senate. Leslie. deposits on the properties of the

state, with our limited wealth and Dr. R A.Caswell .
I In which the four Southern Pecan Company,
day was uneventful In the A piano quartet
small population, a franchise tax Is the Verdict of All Who Attended S. T. Prescott W. T. Rives
ladies one piano was ,
it*. xecept for routine. Mr. Zlm'srittion it young played on
would be no more applicable than the Concert Last Evening. : feature. Miss Ada Mae Mr. Bellflowers and J. N. Guinn In
endorsing' the candidacy of a unique
would ,be in South Africa with all
L William Jennings Bryan for the A large audience was present last Roberson Is another of Live Oak's aditlon to the land of Mr. Holder
of the bill
the Other
,j ddency In 1908 was laid,on the respect to ( believes night at the Auditorium to witness talented singers and her singing last mating a total of 183. prop
!Ie. tabled to calL who Is a good man for the best the concert given by home talent under night was especially good. The male erty In the vicinity Is no doubt rich
his measures are
lumber of resolutions were the special direction of Mrs. Dr. qaurtet in the serenade song and in the mineraL
IFit is high
Interests of the state. T. P.
>pt4, Including Mr. Kilgore'sresolllUon. to Efird for the benefit of the Library the Festival Procession March com I In speaking ot the discovery
time, however, for public officials i business man
the Maynard, a well known
u* requesting Congress Association.It pleted the program for
that out of office are i
realize people ot
the price
discriminate been of Alacnua stated that
l' a turvey for ship aanal across and would be hard to better entertainment has
Interested in public
also the better numbers the Auditorium. It was fine lands has already advanced enor
.' tealascla of Florida as to which were given at
, A Joint meeting of the senate and time to stop arraying the contended I on the program so well were they all from the point of talent alone for mously. He states that lands which
BM committee on Education was against each other. rendered. The opening piece was Live Oak has some splendid voices, sold a few weeks ago for $12.50 per
Jl1' there Is not a public service corporation I today
- *4 last night for a discussion of the that state that has not very good, and a nice piece for the and what added to the grace and acre could not be purchased
,Ii t book questions. It was an open in from which beginning of a most excellent pro completeness of the entire program for $150 per acre--in fact some

.. *tiBg. and was largely attended. enough physical taxation property and quoted gram throughout in this Misses was the able supervision and train owner had refused that price recently.

.., to derive a Just Juliet Humphreys and Mary Blumeat ing of those taking part by Mrs. .
: Tax Bills.ftwa report to shoW'that
from the comptroller's In this
one piano and Misses Flossie Efird. The discovery of phosphate

.- three to seven o'clock yester- the railroads of the state are Byrd and Halle Madre at an other section will mean the erection of

Her Ttrealng. the senate committee on paying practically one-fifth of the delighted the audience with "The A TENNESSEE TORNADO. mining plant and the employment of
- contended
*porauoas listened to arguments total taxation, though he : Sleighride" "Merry June" was the hundreds of bands.

JU' *fet franchise Introduced they do not actually own one-fifteen
tax bills through which the
number and Cov-
and Around
second Havoc in
should It Plays at Watenrille.Watervllle .
ttelr chairman Mr. Trammell of : th of the property and they given some fine vocal Bryan
. .1 I imposed upon audience was ington. Me., April 30.-The
, Itt. additional
which will be reported to- have no sextet of young ladies and
music by a
.. 7Tbe senate chamber was crowd- them If the railroads are not paying Rubenstein's melody in F Memphis, Tenn.. April 30.-Meager Democracy are In high glee In anticipation

vttk members of the legislature their Just share of the taxes, it matrons duet by little Misses reports received by the Com of the glad time they will

JIff 4 er the fault of the officials who have was given as a from Covlngton have this afternoon in listening to
Interested In the very 1mrtttt Is Bardin and Edith Hlldreth mercial Appeal
legislation. to assess them. He cculd Bessie tornado, which struck that the great orator William J. Bryan.
. Attorney Gener- full power little ladies did splendidly. It Tenn, of a
Trammell. and the He will speak for Colby College in the
pili DUs being one of the "most inter- not think that Senator upon number more than another place last night causing considerable

i tC of the audience. The principal reflection would insist upon the I,I any one profusion of compliment it damage, but so far as ascertained, no Baptist Church. His subject is "The

d raeat against the bills made by bill taxing the corporations two per elicited the a vocal solo "In May Time," lives were lost. Two compresses Value ot an Ideal"OULDBE

tI ; >1. Peter O. Knight of Tampa was cent of their gross revenue, because was Ottie Bynum Miss Bynum were unroofed and the Illinois Central
>' aed to would amount in all. with state by damaged. \\ ASS\SSINS.
11 very attentively and was this a wonderfully sweet voicethat Depot

tl *** and logical exposition of the and local taxes, to nearly thirty-per posesses possibilities. A dainty
shows great Makes Narrow
of Guatemala a
. I WI of the opponents of the meas- cent of their valuation little duet was that given by Misses BIG FIRE IV LOUISIANA.TwentyFive .
in it Escape.
: but are forced
. : despise politics Blume and
; White and Irene
should Myriam Guatemala City Guatemala April
>L and
. Knight said that he addressed to protect themselves Grace Earl Hlldreth gave a Business Finns Suffer in
the people Little 30.-An attempt was made on the
committee, not as a corporation these bills be passed little piece on the piano
beautiful Leesrille.Leesville
life of President Estrada Cabrera
in politics
but aa citizen the corporations
a Interested In would see the great musical talent

fcwJopment of the state, not so next election as they never were be which showed little lady gives promise to La., April 30.-A fire .yesterday. While out driving a

**tccanse of the harm that would fore. It was objected that while one this started in the Regal hotel today and I dynamite bomb was exploded near

wt by for taxing franchises develop destroying eighteen his carriage killing the horses and
tha provided rapidly
passage of the measures of the bills "The'Romance of the spread
th a definite A pantomine which were located 25 wounding General Orellana, chief of
tateresu, directly affected. as it did not provide much enjoyed I buildings
11. aud'that: Ganges was very I First staff. The calmness of the President,
valuation Including the
J People pi 'Fl rlda. Two ques- means for their distinctive feature of the business firms
owners of and was a Leesville National who was not Injured was universal
::Wweated themselves: first. the railroads and the National Bank and the

** ,the;.blil were constitutional; homes In this sUte were the ones now program who possesses a remarkable BanK The loss is estimated at ly commended and the would-be assassins
** of the state. Mr McElveen $100.000. I are condemned on all aides.
J. whether necessary and for who are paying the taxes god voice starred In "The between $75,000 and ..
** Interests other arguments were
I of the state and Numerous


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An Ordinance to amend Sections tOakM'f'g

SCHEDULE. 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the

CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RT. ANB A. C. L. RT. AT LIVE OAK City of Live Oak. Florida being an :. ,.
Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to

U. D DOWM. Cs1rrAL TnL -.0 tTl.No prohibit the running at large on the .- Manufacturers of
streets of the City of Live Oak of

I No.L No.2. No..4.laii horses, mules, hogs and goats, and
1I x Local Fgt to provide for the Impounding and Lumber Shingles Ice Electric .
Euept ::;TATIONS. Except disposing of the same," passed ,

SundayDally.. Dai17. Suo 1&y730am September 30th. 1903, and approved Power and I
October 6th. 1903. Turpen
Be It ordained by the :Mayor:! and

330pmLv LiYe Oak-..... ..--A"1050am 640pm City Council of the City of Live Oak
in of
Florida Electric Lights any part city furnished
D :
760 a m SKpmLv s T"1030sm bZOpm Section la. That Section 1, Section or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. P

805 a iii 2 54 p. Lv _Stokley'-..._-L"10Z: a m 500p.. 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. and night current-for
Les day manufacturing
'- '.. 16 of the City of Live Oak porpoaa
1. a m S 56 p. U-- 10 m & ID 4 45 p m entitled
2.4830am .. Florida being an ordinance Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders
& 08 ..- A' 6"'t '. 1. 10 a m 440pm "An ordinance to prohibit the running llama .
-IL. wi martN at large on the streets of the tion. and all orders promptly filled.
40 4 19 -Lv10 00 a m 4 20 p m
_! 2 p = = of of horses, mules,
Lv Wart -..._...Ar. City Live Oak.
8 50 a m hogs and goats and to provide for We will give you good prices oalow

'IOa.. Ar_... -r-ursviU..._.._..- the impounding and disposing of the Come and g t4e
Ly _Lur will.-. .-- flooring. get our prices.to .
1 30& same" approved October 6, 1903, be

1 50 a 1D Ar. WiIme t1.10 ........_. and the same are hereby amended so -
"'00 'm 4 ZO P" L. Wtlmerh Ar. 5., & .7' iPi as to read as follows:
0.6 "Section 1. Horses, mules hogs the northern bounadry of Wilbur prepare tie official _
.River-... t"v- fes
10 II a m 4 U P" L.----Sa.am: "" -- f 55 a m 41p and goats shall not be allowed to run street as It now stands running at at said special '

Lv--- ......"iIood- t v of the streets. alleys rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032
10 ZO a m 4 30 p m ------ 1 45 s ID S 5'1 pm at large upon any this County
3.2 feet to White street In White's Addi- on
mli- ...... lanes or unenclosed property of
10 seam 4 40 p -Mayo---- .Ii a iii S 45 pmIIL' that tion In said City of Lire Oak. Florida Place thereon the ""
the City of Live Oak and cows
...... My AP. s1Deg
10 40 a m 2.6 shall not be allowed to run at large excepting therefrom three feet fled electors, who y
-AltGL- rv.to of the streets lanes or across the northern side, of the ton
10 60 upon any or ]ue
55 a a m m .............. AI-..._ v.U public highways of the said.,City, or Parshley family burial grounds, their certificate

05 a m. Ar._.... -.Mayo-. L. other unenclosed premises, within which Is Included In said descriptionand names printed tb

mj- L. ..... -- -Yeya_ "P-. 13'l a m 3 .0 p.. the following boundary In said City within the Iron fence Inclosingsaid The Board h
U 10 a 4 t2 pm ... of Live Oak Florida to-wit: burial grounds. 26th, 180?.

UZO a. &UpmLy, S" 1.S P.drv A r. ISO a m IZ5pmU Beginnlg at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation W.

mf! ..-Salt Rod '-.. and First streets Intersects and run- proceedings shall be Instituted In the A
f ZS S 15 J. W.
a m
p m
%1 s & I! p .IL'- ,
.IUf6 of the Cityof Live Oak In ac- ,
ning south to where Irvin and Car-
I 1111 ...,..II1--L..
06am ItS pm fcordance with the provisions of the
a m 610pm UU roll streets intersect, thense east to

Ii 17 mLv,I ChultoD....-------- ....Lv9 00 a m Z 35 p.. Houston street, thence south along Statutes In such case made and provided c. .T. Wl S
a m
I U Houston street to John street, thence for the purpose of carryingout
06 a m S Z'l p mLv Kne--.oIS Lv8 53 a m 2 20 p m east on John street to Church street, the provisions of Section 1 of TAILOTailoring

S 35 I Lv___FenhoUoway_-....Lv. 8tSa.. 2 101mI thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance.
a m p m
I UU poration line thence east on Section III. That this ordinance
jLv -Dnmark-_......-1... corporation
a m Ii U p, 3.3 S 38 amI 35 1I /m line to White street, thence shall take effect upon Its passage by done st
Pen7- _....-L.. north Howard the Council and approved by the
12 U m I Ii.. p 6 30 a. 1 20 p mtd on White street to antee store.
street, thence east on Howard streetto Mayor, or upon its becoming an
a point opposite Georgia avenue, ordinance without the approval of the tiotI gt
) T.lesrash or TeJepboDe Statio. m Flag Station lr) Reaiater. (a) Regular Stop. (a) thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.

AgeIcl Station T. P. Ai. row SUper 1teDde t. avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Alderman F. Ion NOTICE OF

..IIJ. Genera a Agent Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and passed by City QttJu

thence due north along section line Council in regular session assembledon To the Sheriff of gas>*

to a point opposite Fifth street, this 8th day of April, A. D. 1907. State of Florid;
TO THE thence west to and along Fifth streetto CHAS. H. BROWN, Know
Atlantic Coast Line railroad, President City CounciL. yew That 1. 1&

thence southwest across Atlantic Attest: ford Secretary of Statu s

JAMESTOWNExposition Coast Line railroad to First street, S. P. MAYS. City Clerk.I. of Florida do hereby ft

thence west along First street to S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the that a
point of beginning." City of Live Oak, Florida do hereby
"Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above and foregoing Efati*

the 'City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass- will be held In tie roaSj! <;

Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council on the 8th day nee, State of Florid, y*
City to take possession of .and placein of April, A. D. 19 07, and the same the second day of Xjy.i
a pound to be provided for that is hereby certified to the Mayor for
the said
purpose any horse, mule, hog or goat his approvaL Thursday Wsjfc
found by him or them running at Witness my hand and seal of said Second Day Ill"

via the large upon any of the streets, alleys City. this 8th day of April A. D. for a State Senator at&
highways or other unenclosed property 1907.
within said City, and likewise (Seal) S. P. MAYS Florida from the Sersio_

take possession of and place in said City Clerk. atonal District of n

AtlanticCoastLinePeople pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me posed of the County at fcs

running at large on any of the streets, this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. fill the vacancy oceai
alleys lanes public highways M.'E. BROOME. Mayor,
other unenclosed property of said or death, oil the Iftt'&;ofl. |

City of Live Oak within CLERK. AND INSPECTORS.Live of Hon. J. R. XewliaIsE"
the bound-
all Florida see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- .
over aries Fla. 1907.
prescribed in Section I hereof. Oak. April 11. said District

ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two impounding"Section VII.stock For nder catching this ordinance and The Board of County Commissioners In Testimony TOeniL.
of Suwannee County, Florida at hereunto set my hud IK.
Marshal shall be -
daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. titled to the following fees namely en-: a meeting called for and held on said Great Seal of the State SI

For catching and Impounding horses, date; at which were present Commis- at Tallahassee, the CnSth III!

mules and cows fifty cents per bead sioners W. A. Tison. M. L. Burnett day of April A D.1*

goats thirty cents per head hogs one and J. IL Grant, appointed the fol- (Seal) H. CLAY
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson dollar per head. For feeding and
taking care of such stock lowing named persons Inspectors and SecreII7
sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. while In
pound for horses, mules and cows he Clerks of an election to be held In J. H. RICKERSOX,

Coach excursions at very low rates. shall receive forty cents per day per said County on May 2, 1907. Sheriff SuwaneeFOmnIIONE Cm
head each, for hogs
or goats ten cents
For further information see your nearest railroad agentor per day per head each; for advertis- District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers,

ing and selling such animals he shall J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady, Inspectors -iI

write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic receive the sum of fifty cents for ; A. J. Williams Clerk. ,

Coast Line, Jacksonville Fla. I horses, mules or cows per head, and District No. %.-W. E. Harrell, J. Sold rwt ..,.,_ r
for hogs or goats the sum of
twenty- R. Bassett and H. A.
Thompson Inspectors -
five cents per head each. The word ii
"hog" under this ordinance shall be I ; W. A. Nobles, Clerk. A LIQUIDLAXATIVE

taken to include "pigs." i District No. 3.-Will McLeod, G.

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf ,shall Section take Ha effect That immediately this Ordinance W. Goff and A. M. Moseley Inspectors -AlD-

upon W: D.
; Whatley Clerk.
its passage by the Council and ap- COUP
proval by the :Mayor as to mules District No. 4.-L. C. Young. J. H.

Railroad Company. horses, goats and hogs, but shall not McLeod and George Gamble, Inspec-

go into effect as to cows until 60 days ,tors; Ed. McLeod Clerk.
Schedule Effective April 7, 1007. from its passage by the City Council.
Passed by City Council in regular No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T.

session this 8th day of April A. D. I L. Dorsett and V.. M. George, Inspectors THE
WEST BOt.TND EAST BOUND 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, i ; B. E. Martin Clerk.
Mail PeaseFrt.. and Mail &Puaen 'Paseen. Frt and Attest: President City Council. District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome S.

P.... cere Paso PaM. her her Pasa. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. Inspectors IIEII'M t

No.1. No.5. No... No.Z. No.6. I No 12 No.f. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the i ; J. H. Newsome Cierk.

Daily. Sunday Only Daily SuDdQ.ez ez Daily Sun Sunday Only Su only Dda7 Daily Sunday.A. ex.. City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby I District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst T. Z.

I certify that the above and foregoing : Hurst and B. M. Holland
M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M.Leave Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- Inspectors; .... Cisar.,.....III"
A. J. Bass
Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive Clerk. ...
Its, 130 240 .....__.._.A..Li.e Oak_..................... 430 550 1000' 940t ed by the City Council on the 8th day
8 13 1 43 204 ..__......_._Roclty Sink.................... 4 16 5 38 9 49 I 9 19 of April, A. D. 190i, and the same District No. 8G. H. Dorman J. CouP sib
S 818 148 300..._._............._._ & :; 34'' 9 113 is hereby certified to the M. Kite and J. "A Cold or a g
Mayor H. Johns *
22 162 Starr..I. 121 UI 1 for Inspectors; constip tJoo-tb t
307. { cucea
: 2 1 55 3 15 ::=::::::::::::::! :::::::::::::::::::::::: : : t 1 : : : his approval. I J. E. Ferguson Clerk. and throat W\\

1 8 at! 2 041, S SO ._............ Lancaster.................... 3 20 l i 18j 9 261 I 850 Witness my hand and seal of said : eyes nose throegh.f13
f Lv 8 3jAr 2 09Ar, 3 to .....Dowlioc Park.................. L. 3 48Lv ,Lv 9 18 L. 8 40 City this 8th District No. .9.-S. W. Gary W. R. of the system
Ar 8 4S Lv 4 tS L. 411 ._....._. Do-linIr Park ... .......... Ar a 5 l0 Ar 9 13iAr 812 day of April A. D. More For the want of motets".
850 .49 4 15 .?..................._ChaDeeJ".........m........_.......3331 506! 1081 j 808 1907.Seal i and Calvin Sistrunk, Inspectors; dry and hard. Ncsr 1...
8 53 452 & 1'7' ._......_........Bell......................... 1 806 ) s. P. MAYS Stewart Smith Clerk. Y
857 4 57 4 ......._..........M"o Junction................. 328 603 1'' 903 804 are constipating. :'
S 100 Ar 4 ZS Day S 25. 5 OO'L. 9 00 58 City Clerk. District No. 10.-A. H. Hall L. KsnDedy a ,
Examined and
9 06 s 600 506))Lv S 19 iAr 855 849 735 this 9th day of April.approved A. D. 1907.M. by. me A. Leggett and J. F. Williams. Inspectors
9 1 S ill 4 "I 8 4S 7 23 C. "IfflfL1
9 .. 440..S. 2 58 4 830 703 i E. BROOME. Mayor. Sealey Clerk. .

1: f : :2&// 12..:::::: ::::: : ::::::::::::::::::. 2 41 : 121 8 80"15''I : : I District No. 11.-S. Phillips, H.
Ar10 ZSIA 6 20 Ar 2 3 7 4b Lv 6 10 ORDINANCE NO. 57. C. Kight and A. M. Lewis. '
; Lr 5IL; "IL Inspectors-
A. 1 M M. I M. i M. I AM. An Ordinance providing for the X LHONEYlll1
T. A. Mikell, Clerk. I
establishing, opening and extending j ,

MAYO AXIS ALTON BRASCH. of Wilbur street in the City of Live District No. 12.-S. D. Huggins, J ,j H

Oak, Florida, from the east side of D. Goss aid J. J. Holmes Inspectors; I'

Ohio avenue eastward to White J. H. Anderson, Clerk.

WEST BOUND- EAST BOUND street In White's Addition to said District CeltaWIf
City ten hundred and thirty-two No. 13.-H. E. Delegal W -U ReUeves throeiti*'

Flt 6 Frt.. 'Pease. Par.en Frt. & J'rt. ..... Pas.en (1032) feet said street to be fifty J. Reynolds and A. C. Johnson Inspectors the system
Pass Pass t her \ her Pala I Pas' her ( cer (50) feet In width. ; J. j. corbett, Clerk. the bowls betrcngtheDiag
No.7. No. I. 11. Nd13. No. a. li'No.10. Nw 1'- No.16. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and District No. 14.-T. C. Williams -e Relieve 1M to 4
Daily Daily Sunday Daily ( Daily ,Sunday Sunda7ex.SIID. City Council of the City of Live Oak, L. B. Davis *
eu.Sua Only e&.Sua. eJL.S\lD. Only Only Florida: and T. G. Hall Inspectors thothnMrt.cheat.lui*

A. II. P. Ii. rNo.M. P. $1 A. M. I( p. K. A. M. P. M. I Section 1. That Wilbur street In ; W. L. McInnis, Clerk. For (Nap. Wh0
Leave Leave Leave i Arrive .Arrive Arri.e Arrive the City of Live Oak Florida It District No. 15. Br05C aSFOLEISHC
t 10 4 40 9 40 i 30... ...........KaJOJUDCtioD...... ......... 7 58i S ZO 8 Wi Z 0;; !, now stands be opened as -T. J. Lanier J. laflaeaM,
t 456 953 5 U;......................Clark-.-................ 7 39: 303 842 1 52 extended and A. Gilby and J. J. Collins, Inspectors Colds Last
t 36, 5 06 03 5 53'...............-----Peterson................... T 271$ I Ii3 832 1 U: established from the eastern side of A. I. ;; semedy tat aealusl II
10 00 a :U a 10 15 6 OSj i......._..........._M&'O..-. .............. 7 15. 2 40 II 201 1 30 Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet Burton Clerk ad Tar. C "
A,10 10lAr; 5 60tArli 25 6 15 ......m............Alton......................1., 7 00 L. 2 30))I.L. 8 10 L. 1 20 I in width at right angles with said District, No. 16.-E. K. GOff A. J. Honey
8 Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and j Ohio avenue eastward to White street Futch and D. W. Harrell Inspectors; .Put...aorr. M.,L 0.t).
in White's Addition to the said J. C.
from Live Oa, and Perry. For In formation as to connections with I of Live Oak, the northern boundary Brock. Clerk. Sold by Clt1

other lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent, hone 147, Dow- of which said extension shall be a District No. 17,-J. s. Parker T

'ling Building, Live Oak. : line drawn at right angles with Ohio W. Scott and W. H.. Johnson Insp!:'o-
avenue frem a point the tors; H. B.
THOS. DOWLING, PresideDt. It. 1-. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. A.geDt. ,I Iz side of Ohio avenue directly on opposite eastern The Board Brown.ordered Clerk. :

the Clerk to :>p.th.. b



I I I I i i I I H I I I I H-H" 'i> +* 4 iWT'LISt.

Following is the Jury list for the j'CLINTON & IMS;t The Extra Speciaslin

May term of Circuit Court: ,
SEABOARD | W. :M. Cason Peter Odom C. M. Spring Sack

Murphy. 'S. w:: Kennedy, R. W. In

gram. H. J. Green L. M. Ballentine, Suits For Men
W. H. Ezell, J. B. Mills, J. W. Lip-
Airline Railway. sey J. J. Lewis C. A. Knight. G. T. Wholesale and RetailDealersinFlori-
Meeks, J. T. Mathis S. E. Plnkhatn and Young Men

Samuel Platt C. B. Olliff, J. C. Pink- I
Southern Pines |
Savannah Columbia, Camden, ham S. A. Richardson, S. E. Newman at $15 $18 and
Baltimore ,
Raleigh{ Richmond, Washington, W. H. Lamb J. I. Kirkland C.

Philadelphia and New York. B. Haynes J. W. Hobbs J. J. .Sumner $20.
da and Western
A. E. Taylor. W. H. Cameron. I .

D. B. Richardson, N. H. Green, L. C. 1 that we are offering this week must

TWO ELEGf\NT\ TRfllNS\ DOILY\ Lanier Brantley Padgett W. D. Stin- convince every man who examines
son J. 1>. Parnell W. E. Harrtll. J them that they are without exception "j

S. Poucher J. T. Neeley.A MEATSPhone tho greatejt values ever sold at these i

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail | popular prices. '1
Xarow Rape If you want a smart, uptodateMICHAELSSTERN
G. W. Cloyd. a merchant, of Plunk
Mo., had a narrow escape four years 24. .

: Modern : Pullman : Equipment. I ago when he ran a jimson bur into
his thumb. He says: "The doctor
+ wanted to amputate it but I would Promdt deliveries t s

not consent. I bought a box of Buck- _
; The Jamestown Exposition Line I| len's Arnica Salve and that cured the

dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay anywhere in the
NORFOLK, V/\ : & Groover druggists. d-w

Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily =+: J. It. Johnson for Senator. City.The t

1 Editor Democrat-Please allowme i

space in your valuable paper to Paris Temps reports that rails i
For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agentof + reply to what our friend Blanton had are now laid for 52 miles on the rail-

Seaboard or write, to say about J. B. Johnson. I, myself way to the interior on the ivory coastof

S.C. DOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. X think Mr. Blanton is mistaken Africa.
about the hard road for I
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++tIll read the Democrat as careful as Mr. Stop Grumbling.If .

Blanton did and did not see where you suffer from Rheumatism or I
. . . . . . . . . . . S Mr. Johnson was for hard roads, but pains for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill

was against having the county put to bring quick relief. It is a sure
SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis I such an expense. We see that Mr. cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con-

Johnson has so many things to do tracted Muscles and all pains-and
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is unitl he can't go to the Senate, butI within the reach of all. Price 25c,

broad enough to accommodate all, and think if our friends will remember 50c. $1.00. C. R. Smith Tenaha,

Mr. Tison was sent to the legislature Tex., writes: "I have used Ballard's
HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: I and now he is county commisioner, Snow Liniment in my family for years

L-The young folks with their small savings. and he is not yet satisfied, he wantsto and have found it a fine remedy for J

2.-The bread.inner, striving to accumulate a fundto get upon the top shelf. Well, we all pains and aches. I recommend it
Lave nothing against Mr. Tison down for pains in the chest." Sold by Su-
procure a home, or a competency for old age.
here but we will vote for J. B. John- wannee Drug Co. d-w'
3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and i
the income provided. son. Hurrah for Johnson, for he is
sure to go if he wants to. We wish There are in Paris seven free eat-
4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.
ing houses for mothers. In-
for Mr.Tison a good vote, but we can't poor
IBE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida i iH' help him this time. We are sorry struction Is also given in them as to -.-S.--M
Mr. Blanton didn't come sooner forI the proper feeding of infants. TINE CLOTHING

. . think it helps everything for us all ............_ a c.
If You IXm'tsucceed
to cheer up our candidate. So hurrau
for Johnson. Mr. Editor I the first time use Herbina
Suit for business or dre3s that will
want to say I think every taxpayer and you will get instant relief. The
look and fit as if made to measure
ought to be against raising the salaryof greatest liver regulator. A positivecure then you shouldn't fail to come and

county commissioner.Yours for Constipation Dyspepsia, iiE'e these three After- Easter specials,
Malaria, Chills- and all liver com.; -
respectfully in the no.cdMICHAELSSTERN:
1... V. HALL. plaints. Mr. Cof Emory. Texas,
writes: "My wife has been using Her ;

Wonderful Eczema Cure. bine for herself and children for five

"Our little boy had eczema for five years. It is a sure cure for constipation -
and malaria fever which is sub- FINE CLOTHING
urns sass years, writes N. A. Adams Henrietta -
Pa. "Two of our home doctors stantiated by what it has done for
You will find the style and quality,
said the case was hopeless his lungs my family. Sold by Suwannee DrugCo.
the finish and the fit of the suits of
For SicK LiversA being affected. We then employed d-w
your size at every price, precisely as
other doctors but no benefit resulted.By .
want them. Details
Calcutta's trouble is cholera and you :
chance we read about Electric ,
PURELY VEGETABLE Bitters; bought a bottle and soon the beubonic plague is the trouble of single and double-
nticed improvement. We continuedthis Bombay. Each city pays to her trou- At $15 breasted Sack Suits
COMPOUND--- medicine until several' bottles ble an annual tribute of 9,000 souls. In all the approved

were used when our boy was com- Spring styles and fab-
QUICKLY CURES CONSTIPATION.SIA.MALARIA. CHILLS DYSPEP-and pletely cured. Best of all blood The Life Insurance rlc-efrects-gray and brown-toned
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.A medicines and body building health muddle has started the public to I worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots and
GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & thinking. The wonderful success that tweedsoustomtailored and fin-
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin ished equal to $30 to order-
\cautd today may save you a tide spell tomorrow. its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, mada suits for your
ODDS AND KXDS. Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troub- tion at only .
CURED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER Java produces about ninety percent les-has started the public to think-
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. of the world's cinchona bark. ing of this wonderful preparation.They all the advanced
W.A. Whitewell, Emory Tex., are all using it. Join the procession At $18 styles In smart single -
writes: "My child had chills and fever and down with sickness. and doublebrestted -
kinds of Mme. Patti is said to prefer to singto
for font We tried
years. cut; strictly hand
medicines,and finally acquaintance of a small circle of friends at her own Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold by
We used Suwanee Drug Co. d-w throughout and made of excellent
mine recommended Herbine. home rather than to a large public
three bottles and the child is now com audience. worsteds, cheviots cassimeres
pletery cured. You have my permission Spain and France have agreed to and tweeds in beautiful patters of
to publish this testimonial, as I cheer newest color effects-precisely like
fully recommend Herbine to all mother My Best Friend. build within the next ten years three
,having children afflicted a*mine." Alexander Benton who lives on transPyrenean railways passing the $35 tomeasuremadesuits

URGE BOTTLE Me GET THE GENUINE Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y"I through Puigcerda, Somport and Sa- only, here.In all styles at $18

BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. says "Dr. King's New Discovery is lou.

ST. LOUIS U. S. A. my best earthly friend. It cured me! the finest specimens
of asthma six years ago. It has also i Do You Love At$20 of high class tailor-
performed a wonderful cure of in-. your baby? You wonder why he Ing in all the smart
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY wife. The first bottle ended the ter-i cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream styles and exclusive

Suwannee rible cough and this accomplished, Vermifuge and he will never cry. suitings of finest quality-Imported
Drug Company. the other symptoms left one by one Most babies have worms, and the and domestic worsteds, cheviots ser-

until she was perfectly well. Dr. mothers don't know it. White's gee and cassimeres-the counterpartin
, MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION' I man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to King's New Discovery's power over Cream Vermifuge rids the child of every detail of $40 to-

I Notice U hereby given that at the t fill unexpired term, caused by re- coughs and colds is simply marvelous. worms and cleans out its system in measure-made suits special

. General City Election of the 'I moval from Wards and resignationof ." No other remedy has ever a pleasant way. Every mother should fcr this week only. $20
** of Live Oak. Suwannee County, I equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar- keep a bottle of this medicine in the
wlda, to house. With it, fear need never enter SPRING SUITS
be held on the first Tues- clay & Groover druggists. 50c and FOR BOYS AT
Given under my hand and seal her mind. Price 25c. Sold Su-
1.lalla7".L.D. bttle free. d-w
1907. at the $1.00. Trial $2.50 TO $7.50
sal Chamber and In manner and + the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907. I wannee Drug Co. d-w
l1I1 as XL E. BROOME Every suit at every price built of
Prescribed by law. the fol- ( ) The visit of the Prince and Princess -
Y1ng municipal officers of said I Mayor City of Live Oak of Wales to India cost the country The three great industrial nations, carefully seclected materials; tall-
,tr I are to be voted for and elect Suwannee County Florida. approximately $297,915 on the England. France and Germany' each oed by specialists to resist wear.
"JT A Mayor Clerk Treasurer Attest: navy account in addition to the special consume about 80 per cent. of the keep their shape and fit perfectly in
Assessor filled by same person; S. P. MAYS Clerk civil service vote of $100,000. manufactured goods produced at every size--Norfolk, doublebreasted -
TQ Collector; a Marshal and Lire Oak Florida. home. The United States sell only 5 and single-breasted Sack and
Inspector Our Customers. per cent. of manufactured goods dainty creations in plain and fancy
.- filled by same per- Notice to
. u4 i that abroad. fabrics for little men of 3 to 3
. an Alderman from Ward -We are pleased to announce .
+ni i HI JIMIH-H 11 n
I f years.
*a Alderman and Tar for coughs.
.I' from Ward No. Foley's Honey
; an Alderman from Ward No. 3; I DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, 11VETERINARY. "colds and lung troubles is not affected Disturbed the Congregation.The .

Alderman from Ward No.4 by the National Pure Food and person who disturbed the con-
I Alderman from Ward No. 5; an I i| Drug law as It contains no opiates or gregation last Sunday by continualy BUTLER BROS

-der&a from .the City at Large; Officeat I other harmful drugs and we recommend coughing is requested to buy a bottleof
Solicits -
'one Bond Trustee i your patronage 143illinium i f it as a safe remedy for children Foley's Honey and Tar. City Phar- j
to fill ex- residence-Phone (3 rings)
.\., -T1* of. C ;A. Har ee, Alder- II I I' I' 1 and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w. macy. d-w I "MENS OUTFITTERS

-" : :" .
-- --" :;;-' 1''i"

tvEbnsD MA .I.iN';.' -

. .
exhibited a nst whitewash "VISIT THE POPUL*R HEALTH AND p
The new iaw' ,recently 'passed by bucket in. dealing with & senat. ralcom'plic D

I Published every Afternoon tion. Virtue it scorns. .fiatb.r # p A
probably the
I Except Sunday.J. the Texas legislature is 'this _.,...._ .E. 1'\
its degrees even In .
most stringent law against that rice !
F. SHERWOOD, Editor and Ma'gT. "WAT DOn UPOM THE SUWAlJln :
ever enacted before in the United PRESIDENT ,ROOSEVELT IS "HC'IILL.T -

Entered at the Posto :lce.. Live Oak, States, and the,penalty Is very,severe. ) ID." Mineral Springs, Hotel

Florida.a.s Second Class Mall Mat- The workings of this law will be Chroncile declares and c 0WATER
ter, November 7, 1905. The Chicago HOT AND COlD EVERY CCXXTABLL _
watched with interest by, : ,other- statesin that President Roosevelt has been to ROOM. BILLIARD TABLED., q

THE LIYE OAK PUBLISHIHG COMPAHY. the Union. "greaily, uml lated" by the. compliments PHONE CONNECTIONS.. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADy : \
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat in democrats RATES REASONABLE.
paid him by certain
summing up this new law. says:: ---VLat"
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be notably John Temple Graves and Mr. PflRK ttOTEU DOWblNG
mailed to any part of the United "A new law in Texas designed to Bryan. The Chroncile says: "Presi ADDRESS rflRK.fLO

States, postage prepair, for $5.00 is than .
stop gambling more stringent "
per year; $2.50 for six months; dent Roosevelt has not deserved the *'*' i i II I !111'1 **;": ;
months the statute on the subject .in any M ! i J M''M
for 50
$1.25 three or cents humiliation.
for five weeks in advance. De- other state, and the Texans are .wondering terribl
It must hurt the president
livered to any part of the city by if such 'a sudden revolution SOUTHERN
carrier, for 10 cents perweek.. to hear a, democrat speak a good BUSINESSe ;
will hold good. The penalty prescribed
word for him occasionally. Perhapshe
includes imprisonment at the optionof '
FOR STATE SENATOR.. would prefer to have his compliments
the court and the addition of a
Sen'ntl't'nth'Senatorlal District. come exclusively from men
suit of stripes gives pause to the more
The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson who like John R. Walsh, proprietorof
than 3,000,000 inhabitants of what
hereby aunwunce his name as a candidate the Chicago Chronicle, have been
has becomes the empire state of the
for State Senator and earnestly
indicted one hundred and odd times
solicit the support of all good, true south. Professionals are by no
for fraudulent transactions.If .
Democrats at the'special election to means the only ones subject to the
be held in Suwannee county, on Mr. Roosevelt can prosper with w
new law. It reaches into social circles -
May 2nd. VOTERS. everyday enthusiastic endorsementby
forbidding quiet games of draw
Walsh, he ought to be able to sur-
FOR STATE SENATOR poker and bridge, or playing for
vive an occasional kind word by hum-
I hereby announce myself as a prizes in private houses. A term instate's
ble democrats.-The Commoner.Hon. .
candidate for the office of State Sen-
prison is a serious thing to
ator for the Seventeenth Senatorial SPECIAL ANNOUMM
contemplate and the Texans were J. Walter Kehoe Is said to
District of Florida. and respectfully
never more thoughtful than over this have acquired the congressional hand-
solicit toe: support of the Democratic

voters of Suwanne-i county. new act, visitation or affliction, what- shake and is working it overtime t For the next three months a "FOUR'bl0h TS' -

W. A. T1S0 ever the fitting term may be. For against Congressman Lamar. i 'will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT; for-oaIJ.....

throughout the magnificent distancesof Special courses in all Departments have beer IQ
Frank Hale, representing the the lone star of the southwest the Union School House;Sunday May 5th. ,' student-entering on this special offer can:finish 1Fltfilirtih!

Southern Guaranty Company of tendency to back up opinions with Christian church services as follows +\,' ,' scholarship.This .
is an opportunity which cannot afford
Louisville, Ky., left yesterday for Live coin and to play "the rigor of the : you tomia
Saturday night, preaching at seven. Do you wish your salary increased Oak and other points in the interestof game," has always been powerfully !a...s
Sunday morning at eleven. Sermon ; ; help you to a good paying position i or get a better ontt1l3 jt
his company.-Gainesville Sun. developed. Thoroughbreds and dead and communion. Evening at seven. ;

game sports have counted on find A gospel service, good singing. WRITE FOR CATALOG.

The Atlanta Constitution says: ing congenial company in the state Come. A cordial invitation is extended ,

"The rural school not only gives whata that could swallow up a great slice to all to attend these meetings. :
I Preacher, C. Smith, Valdosta, Ga. SOUTHERN BUSINESS CO
campaign orator. would call 'the of Europe and overlap it on all sides I

rudiments of the empire r educa- with its own original domain. Buta I . . . . . . :

tion,' but it spares not the rod- period of seclusion at hard laboris I. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

right iments roadJ that". keep the .scholars in the halt one and of call the for things further that particulars."This suggest a. Good Things! I ; -L.-M.flftTTON- President (;..5'. STEfHGNSr'!

is a good time to advise the : Minium *

Now what do you think of this Texans to go a little slow and re- -

from our esteemed contemporary, the mind them that the best way to find
Palatka Times Herald: "Judge Isaac out the inwardness of a law is to enforce AUDITORIUM

Stewart, of Volusia. is spoken of as it. They can save a lot of time ATONE Bromo..Pe,

a gubernatorial candidate. But a and money by observing the statute,
small potato in the political field can and, if it is a good thing, set a shin "Note the Werii

get into the mentioned, class' just ing ample to the other forty-five

now." ., states, to say nothing of the prospec- Wed. 'May 1st.Uere's i GURESOn :.

tive forty-sixth, so largely settled .

The Madison (Ga.) Madisonian Is from its big neighbor. Gambling has t the Spot

our authority for the following: been on the run in this country in i Ho Opiates JbsoI.i .

"Lingerie waists should be squeezedand recent years. Lotteries, in their final 'to a Good One i 1D DrqptI.111 _.
The best woman in the world ,
not rubbed" says a fashion book stand receded from Kentucky to could not make good bread If for Sal By

regarding this article of ,feminine ap- .I Louisiana and were wiped out by exclusion she didn't have good flour. The ', The City Phan
parel. The boys won't:object to this I from the mails. Race track best woman in the world could- '. UVEO'FU.U23trwiV1. .
method if the n't make good butter if she did- r ..
girls Inside the waistsare i gambling-In which horses are merely .
n't have the right kind of milk
acquiescent. a stage property-and bucket ti
'I to churn Neither could the |

I shops are under the ban in nearly best woman in the world make TUOMPSOX i.11

The Tampa Times says "there are all the states and regular layouts are good cake if she used salt for >

so many Tampa children out of openly indulged nowhere. Boston sugar. Drays and DeJTvej _

school that compulsory education Jaw; I and many other towns acknowledge We have to be prepared to do "' Furniture moving aad
things well and this
Is a necessity." Local legislation is that bridge is both fascinating and applies to Hauling SpecsSiSTOVEm
everything. For instance Roberts !
what is needed to regulate those expensive, but in stopping it the Johnson .At Rand Shoe Co. ; = .

Tampa kids.-Live Oak' Democrat. Alamo is a long way ahead ot Fan- have six big specialty factories,
Any length;
Domestic legislation of a drastic kind euil hall. Those striped costumes area with a daily capacity of 40,000 .

with corporal punishment the only knock-out. Better a dinner of bitter pairs. They employ expert ; ; of city, promptly. G
workmen, use the best material
penalty provided is what is needed > busines.
inmost herbs than one served on a tinplate
in all their shoes; and the latest !
of such cases.-Times-Union. : reached by a march in lock- and best machinery is used. IT'S ME

steps. Besides a law is a law, and They are prepared to make good THE ORIGINAL H. J. JIOB2Contractor

This section of Florida has been : demands respect apart from the fear (shoes thatPshy"STAR BRAND 1
blessed recently with good rains and of its vengeance. One
Z. of their shoes, the "QUAKER" .
crps of all kinds are dojag,nicely., :In "Gambling is not a productive in- for women at $3.00 Is the best obla i, .

South Florida however the'drought dustry. It adds not a grain of wheator shoe for the money we can find. and specify

remains unbroken, and oranges and a pound of cotton to what the The Star on the heel, and the Office on Ohio Ave..A.

all other fruits and vegetables are world needs and must have. It cre- word "Ql".liEuor'oven' with
silk in the facing are guarantees with the original Hooligan
suffering. The following from the ates nothing invents nothing but
.that the "QUAKER" Is honestly GO TO --
Times-Union will give some idea of merely transfers legal: : tender from constructed and will satisfy. ARTHUR I). MAY
,,".. f
conditions there: "A dispathch from one pocket to another at large cost Come see them, and "WALK
Kissimmee says no rain has fallen in to all concerned if time Is monev. it OX STARS." OTHDfl
that section for eight months,,that all cuts of the mind from legitimate BURQOYNE

vegetable crops are a failure In con business '!. which the gaffs that endure --. and the original
sequence, in some cases no planting and are gon"r beneficial are
being attempted orange trees except obtained. No one can de>cte Ills land

where the owners are irrigating will days to watching a wheel of fortune DOWLING !LUMBER Yaafleiiile and Musical Kambtrs( 23

die if rain does not soon fall. Cattleare I I without losing hold on solid opporN This is the play and this Is the com- I Best

dying on the ranges for want of unity. Wall street Is far from hap- pany that makes 'em all

water and grass. The northern part py with its ticker: and the choicest sing, roar and about.whistle, I at *
of the state has happily been relievedby tips from thit qua..' have lately PRICES 50C7AND 75C.

abundant rains falling during the brought sorrow on the English nobil- -----

past few weeks, but the conditions in ity and even royality. Texas can NOTICE:

some parts of South Florida are de- proceed to rz.'= bigger: crop.' plant COMPINY r r'LIXG Journed The City session Council on will May meet 6th in ad- West. End M

plorable.. In Cuba, also_ the country orange gr:> "J along Us g ilC .coast, O'clpck a.,at. "forthe_ purpose 'of at re-10 \

Is, parched,and cattle are dying no and pump mww oiL Thc last ward I 'J ins\&tlag nay names whIch may aTe 3 f'd

rain hayVhg fallen for more than sixmontb9' et-igests; th \t the same lrg] .Uiirv I PARK FLA. been Wrongfully. stricken from regis- Phone 169.

S "t' .1" : tat passed the rv la* o.. gnubling l . . At tration list. .. S. p. MAYS. ,
. . . .. I
City Clerk. Live Oak,



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=flAT t .OF-.. PtTER READERS FOR T DEMO'w BRIEFLICLED il Biggest Bargains Ever Known:! .. j j ]



t of jjve Oak and Suwannee WILL BEGIN MONDAY :.' 1
Bty Gathered by the Demo- I. APRIL 29TH. ;

out Reporter and will last THREL DAYS if GOODS hold out : !


tffy your PrPertyLjk I Everything to Ten will g from o on One Yard THE REMNANT TABLES lUAU PRICE I i i.tt

$ good word for Live Oak. + a

the Daily Democrat. It This means a general cleaning of odds and ends for us and a big saving for the far-seeing, Louse-. !

iI1: you_ :I: wife. (: 'j\ I

Eon ..an* to sell see J.He M'sells.Baileyteensed These remnants consist of Lawn, :Madras, Percal, Gingham:.Batiste, Bleaching, Linen, Chambry, +

if -auctioneer.--t Organdy, Mull, Ribbon, Lace, Embroidery fact, Everything with 1O Yards and,.tin i

.L. E. Fever of Luraville, is in :t der will eo at Half Price. -:%:T \ ? 'o! : ==

tItodayIforget about the 8enatorial No Goods Charged at These Unheard of Prices. : i


I. J- Carter is in Tallahassee

gjl business. THE L.ADIE5' E NI FD F IU1V1

j. Butler, local editor of the 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD PROPRIETOR FREE DELIVERY

rit, is sick today.gr.'TFurnished. : :
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and unfur- ,
address. "R" In canmocrat. Ladies I have just opened a dress The legislature is getting down to I l--=Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best ary and J. Wr! Wells assistant secret
1 rooms; tf making room in the Lewin building business now, and many importantbills women and children. Its mild ary.
and will be glad to serve you. Satis- are up for consideration among I action and pleasant taste makes it Subscriptions were asked for shares

fooasset faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. the number being the uniform text preferable to violent purgatives, suchas i of stock to warehouse company and
. L. E. Roberson left today
busi- MRS. KIGHT. book bills; franchise tax measures; I pills tablets etc. Get the booklet J270 was collected. W. Fletcher was
to look after legal
the various county division bills re- and a sample bf Orino at City Pharmacy elected as collector and directed to
[ the supreme court.
ia New sidewalks are being laid In cently introduced and the bill to reduce d-w collect all unpaid subscriptions.There .

want draylng done or a different parts of the city and they passenger fares in this state I being no further business,

JOB carried to the depot,. right add greatly to the appearance of the from 3 to 2% cents per mile. Farmers have been very busy fo!" the association adjourned to meet In

I, phone 129. W. N. Boatright.ttr. property besides enhances the value the past few weeks replanting cotton regular session on May 25.
I many times more than the cost. i i that was injured by the'recent frost. R. A. SESSIONS, W. D. BARNETT.
A. P. Jordan the popular editorof '
this In a'.fe. ,! weeks the damage from the Secretary.: President.P. .
[ Bryson was up morning the Punta Gorda Herald passed- "
SUNDAY trains over Live Oak cold will have passed away entirely,
his big mill on the San Tafe through the city yesterday en route S.-Brothers please take notice
Gulf Park, leavesat .and from what farmers tell us
Perry & to Dowling prospects
Hildreth. home from TaIlahassep'where he of our next meeting;and come pre-
Cr 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re-j: has been for several day i in the Inter- were never better Tor good pared to pay 'In -,. 'bscrJuon, to
repairieAddress turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents : crops. the warehouse fund, are still
ma e'4I1nd.general I' est of the movement to divide DeSoto as we
Box 493 Phone round trip. 'I.county. Editor Jordan Is one of the -- some short of the required amount.PRESIDENT. .

I &E.-MUZZY, Carpenter. i best newspaper men in this state and Kidney complaint kills more people ..
than other disease. This Is due
B. and any
C. H. Brown, J. Newman I his paper, the Punta Gorda Herald,
C.H.Tedder of Live Oak were guests : to the disease being so insidious thatIt
IL been
Barnett, who has quite has been a great factor in bringing A GENEROUS ACT.
|w gel er l days is better. '\we- areloleanu of the Aragon .in "Jacksonville last that section of Florida,to!,. the front ge tsa good hold on the system before
i night ilr. "drown returned home I /1 it Is recognized. Foley's Kidney ,

this morning. 1. f Cure will prevent the develop: Florida Women Offer Property Worth

SO Tigoa"seats, new at J. M. i A. L. Humphries, chairman of I ment of fatal disease if taken in time. 91OO.OOO to,Methodist' orga 1-

/'I, tta Auction House for A majority of the farmers of Su- the board of county commissionersof City Pharmacy. d-w ization. _
wannee county belong to some farm- Suwannee county, who has had Woman's
.. Other things in proportion. I At the meeitng of the
ikk. tf ers' organization--either the Farm- considerable experience with road i United States Commissioner E. O. Home Missionary Board of the Southern -

ers' Union or hte Cotton Growers' As- making, is quoted by the Fernandina' I Locke yesterday resumed the Methodist church In Houston

tractor Hugger is pushing work+ sociation.Col. Record as saying that bft is convinced ing of the case against B. A. hear-I Tex. yesterday. Mrs. E. K. Griffith,
that there are counties in this state alias Bud Allen,
a negro
e lew hotel, and from present of Jacksonville, in behalf of Misses
Harrell and Col. Lamb that will never have good hard roads charged with the
F. county
:Sons It will not be a great )Ibefore' J. wannee j Emma and Tina Tucker evangelists,
It will be completed. two prominent attorneys of this city, for the reason that they have not the fraudulent use of the mail and with offered to donate the Brock House

I will go to Tallahassee this eveningon material with which to build them. taking from the mail a valuable let and grounds at Enterprise, Fla., for

18 SALE-One complete saw- business. They may take a peep "\\'e learned in Suwanee county" he ter consigned to another, knowing the purposes of the board providedthat

foutflt. Including new forty I at the legislature.D. said, "that it does not do to build that such letter was not intended for the Vashti Blasengame Rescue

power boiler. Apply to W. H. roads from soft material. We built himself. The case first came before Home at Thomasville, Ga., be re-
J. Peterson a prominent farmer several miles of road from soft material commissioner Monday afternoon moved to the proffered location. The
and while we have some of the ,and was continued until yesterday on
and cattle man of Hernando county generois offer will likely be accepted.
State Senator tomorrow you was in the city this morning for a few prettiest roads in the world, they will I account of absence of witnesses. Yes- The property. U valued at 100000.
not last more than a few years. I the defendant was committed
choose between Col. J. B. John- hours. He was on his way to Talla- terday
that when patch a road built of bail In the sum
1 this city and Hon. W. A. hassee. find you to jail in default
of ,Wellborn. of soft material you cannot prevent of $500, for appearance at the next !! WALL PAPER
making a rough place In the road and term of court when the case will be j

ft Quit,to,Dowling Park, leaves leave Ex-Sheriff again in Hawkins a few days expects for the to injuring it in one sense about as' muchas presented to the grant jury.-Titnes- When in need of nice wall paper -

|90, a.. m., and' i:SOp. m.. re- Steinhatchee Springs in Lafayette you help it in another. Mr. Union. i call on H. H. PETTY, at
Humphries thinks that If some way I I
g at 5:50 p. m.-50( cents county. :Mr. Hawkins thinks the CLINTON & MEEKS MARKET.
could be found to vitrify the sand- A Good Word for Tison. !i
[ trip. water is the .
Steinbatcbee Spring
: would be solved. It -- -
lime the problem --- -----------
finest in the state.J. I Editor Democrat:-Tomorrow is
would be if some cheap method could
It It about time for the Live of election day. We want to say a word : Cold Comfort!
be found to harden that species
. bard of Trade to take up tbePOB prominent for Tison. He has made a good record I
C. Davant Jr. a brick to the degree 'VItrified brick
of the new. salon depot of Brooksville was : as a legislator and as a county < II
young attorney without disintegrating it.-Times-
! ; morning, 1 commissioner. Now he desires to step
in the city a few hours this Union.
Tallahassee : higher, and serve us in the state sen-
home from
en route
for Sale where he had been for several dayson :. ate, and who shall say him nay! |I \
We think' his highest ambition
legal business.A I I I I
should now be gratified. First, be- Jan
thinkabout :
t' When you ', cause he is getting along in years f
runaway that came near being and should be thus honored before It |I Ii I

MD AND UNIMPROVEDy serious to the driver at least Co. store occurred this! that fine i its too late, for perhaps it is now or j!
at The Second, because he has ben
howevtr, Watch Inrver.
afternoon. The damage you I
i faithful to each trust given him heretofore -
was slight and no one seriously I and lastly because he Ut
: Real Estate need thinkRADFORD'S
y hurt. : honest sincere, and free to do the

I of [will of all tbe people as it Is given
The Ladies Emporium and Mrs. I him in the senate. It is a high honor

Lawler's Milinery Store have kindly !and he deserves to wear It, for a1 I.
Etc taken charge of some of our toilet !) short season at least. Hurrah for be taken in delicious liuid

articles ("France-American Hygienic" t''Little Billy." draughts at our Soda Fountain. Ice

). Our patrons will please ask for VOTER DIST. ONE. I Cream Soda in all flavors and of a

them when shopping at these two Where you will find a t guaranteed purity. Tempting, satijfving. -

places. Thanking you in advance for I j O'Brien Cotton. Growers' Association. cooling healthful. The thought

YOUR your patronage.ST. choice assortment, .of I' The O'Brien Cotton Growers' Association of it on these hot days will make
LUKE'S GUILD. best \ your mouth water. The little cost of
PROPERTY the very met in regular session at
t 27, 1907, j so; much comfort will surprise you.
I !
O'Brien at 2 p. m., April
WITHUS. -Mrs. S. Joyce. 180 Sullivan St., : CUARANTEED W tGh6C i I and was called to order by the presi- 1 Don't swe.ter when coolness 13 ,soi
Claremount. N. H.. writes: "Abouta 20 YEARS dent. i easy to reach. Try a glass of your
year ago I bought two bottles of -t. : i The first business was to call the favorite flavor and be cool and hap-

L Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa WATCHESREfAIRED I roll Minutes read and approved, py.

severe case of Kidney trouble of -- M with amendment to elect two more

Ul1 several years' standing. It certainly, RADFORD I members to the building committed:'
t ij.I ij.
good medicine and I J. -D. W. H. Fleming.
Is a grand I W A. Roberts and Hmmo BOOK ilfihl N News CO.
-RJS J heartily recomend It." City Pharmacy. (LIVE OAK, LA- R. A. Sessions was elected secret-
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This paper,at Quite an expense and I SpedaJ .+- i
I a great deal of work, has arranged a i home h4 i.
Club offer of fourteen well-known eating tJ1.4 a

. I. . I I. I I. . I t Papers and Magazines Including the j of the f.._Of...:..., rsga
I . I I. I I. I. I I I I. I I I. LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for I ---.q '

only $ .75. Realizing that we could This
'largely Increase our circulation, we and magah It -
entered Into a contract to use the all Of its
I and Magazines that compose eontainMI at
DO this Papers Club. The Dally Democrat does : In froa .. ,
WHAT $5.75 WILL s net make a cent out of this offer. I magma '
per. tL.-
In fact our we circulation lose money we, but can by secure Increasing -I j eons, pet-.40-..
etc. wlU _
advertising and also get a better -
more rate for same. No paper ever be- 'I'i magazine mOneT by>> 11&;:""-
made an offer that equals ours. bet or.
Sixteen of the Best Known and Most Every paper All are goes well to known you for and one long full J say takes that this It in t
year. { kind
established and worth many times the J b II t
i and
ask. They are from the 1e I

; Readable Papers and Magazinesin I' combined price South we North values East including and West.the Their Lire I' th published ree month5. we q *-

Daily Democrat Is over $13.00. THE R011s
Oak -
I \V> are only able to make this offer j jI Is published__ -

the United States and the LIVE OflK\ DOILY DEMOCRAT_ \ \ I|,post-want the best bargain ever offered ,i, a will Ucatlon.publlcatJoa price laO 1.t cat at:1Ir"ht-1

i order the Club now. Do not i equal Wa.hrea
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FOR I I wait for you may nesitate too long. the Interest tic"'-
; if are already a subscriber to any and It II wsrsZ
ONE FULL YEAR i or all of the papers In the Club your! price Club. that fa ages 11IICOLOInLtJU ( -
$5.15Ii 1 time will be extended one year from ;,
I date of your order. Probably you
not care to have all of the Papers and i ii ed In New Tort fa-
i Jiarazines sent to your address. If ; and Is oi of &
not you can split the Club and have j jI magazines of its bl.tit
i I I them sent ot rap number of different I. by anT pnblis8.c a\:

At a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation! and Give Our come addresses in together or two and cr more divide parties the Club can I eating which matter artterhoweritfcittttJi prepare u4 ,,

Subscribers the Best of Have Made Arrange- among themselves. On acount of the 'j This be st-known 'T11Ira.h t
we limited time that we will be able to maCUfM wtt"'
this wonderful offer we will be {I ,-
ments to Offer Them the make what
unable to furnish sample copies to they ml
anyone. We take pleasure In giving : TUB PRkCybt'u,
I short sketch of each paper in the j jI well-know

Greatest GiuDDino oner Ever Presented Do a Paper Club.a THE PLANTERS? JOURNAL, of I j IlIshed of but the without la mOlt PltitadelgL :'

seventeenth I dotkt.,
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The season is at hand for subscribing for your newspapers and magazines for the new year. Thisis It is published monthly, on the j carefully edit*lit
the age of popular enlightenment through the products of the printing press. The family which is I year.15th of each month. Colonel HughL. 1{ States. Aay farssq
supplied with an abundance of good clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the processof Bedferd its editor. Is one of the I fact, anyone VM! bre t
self-education. The man, woman or child who is reading good newspapers and magazines Is going to best-known agricultural writers In the 1 I vegetables, Brt twill >
school as truly as if enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundanceof United States. He lives on his model I I find that tt* Plat
attractive reading matter always at hand to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incidentto Memphis and also has a'' will save them t&m!
childhood. To supply the universal American demand for high-class periodical literature we have large farm cotton near plantation In Mississippi I times the prietttitfe
arranged with the several publishers interested whereby we can offer you and fruit farm in entire CUb.
and an orange
Florida. He Is ably assisted by a THE BOn gOB

Seventeen Great Papers and Magazines the Price of onlo $5.75 The large special Journal number writers makes of and department a correspondents.specialty editors of Its lis zinc pages published form each and..U eu&kt..to. B k

Cotton Manufacturing Lumber and i publication contains
Industrial Departments In addition stories and SOON*ft

Look at this Wonderful List to having full and complete Garden depart-I I able well-knowa articles writers, vkfckn It-
ments of the Home.
meat Is
Farm Poultry Cattle Live I fully tomti
readable and full of this pnblieation. Otiterestlnc <
Planters Journal, Memphis, Tenn. Southwest Magazine, St-. Louis, Mo. etc.bright It snappy very news and contains 32 I ducted by departaoJik a velttafiithe

American Farmer, Indianapolis, Ind. Blooded Stock, Oxford, Pa. .pages.THE AMERICAN FARMER of Indianapolis -I I r and head another of "is F."Cta.thin E

Ind., has been published I
Successful Farming, Des Moines, Ia. Housekeepers Magazine, Minneapolis. twenty-one years and Is ably editedby 'I f Home Another aDd Is a1IGtM"Decegtf ...
Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each Issue
ment under tJM We
Maxwell's TaIismanMagazineChicagoThe ; The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland. contains a full page poem from this i ery." also a depart:
well-known writer. It Is published I I the Children,"u4
Farm Monsy Maker, Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis and the head of "ld_ t
no better paper for the home Really Kate It Boa*

Green's Fruit Grower, Rochester, N. Y. Home Queen Magazine, New York farm. than this well-known publication. -I!I department Beauty Doctor.uder&th" Tta!

SUCCESSFUL FARMER Is published other Intemtiac uti.
Modern Stories Magazine New York Practical Farmer Philadelphia
and has been
at Des Moines la., I llcatlon which sptetife

Southern Poultry Fancier,Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul long from established.50 to 60 pages Each, and issue It contains Is one I''I I to Clubb mention.win after AijRfe mb r

of the handsomest and most complete we believe, 1'fttY.
publications of its kind in the Vorld. I for same from yen f k
Every department of the farm and any solicitation tpatft,
home Is fully represented In this paper -
and each of these departmentsis one.All of the abort *
SEVENTEEN Great Weeklies and Monthlies==Combined Price over $13.50 in charge of an expert. It is a very Papers contain itarti
handsome publication and Is a monthly matter for every K*t
published on book paper. the family twit*'

This Offer is Good Only For a Very Short TimeIf Rochester GREEN'S N.FRUIT Y., has been GROWER published of to ment the of oldest the home nemht as I=

for twenty-seven years and is editedby are fully covered kjr
Col. Chas. A. Green who Is saidto You will let tHIIIII
you are already a subscriber to any or all be the best-known writer of this tures and during IIlBitTtlicatlons Of!**Jsrt-
kind In the world. He Is ably assisted .
by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as- will be unable S& J

of these papers your time will be extended sistant editor. These two well-known numberof be papers.able to nil offer H is?***>,
gentlemen also have a large **
department editors and special of this kind, eompet

one year on receipt of the Combi- writers. This magazine alone Is sentatlvePapen6 say to e sd a
worth the price that we ask for the we can *t!
entire ,cl b.In- its class no paper that our offer JtT
nation Price la this country compares with It. make the price a nistaks of II

MODERN STORIES of New York of same.
Is a handsome and well known publication We call your sltsiI
REFERENCES: Any Business House in This City or any Paper in Our which is published monthlyand I I vertisemeat of t I
is equal to any of the well known In this edition, Two
Club monthly magazines. This alone Is I detailed luformatSod.
worth the entire price of the Club. I Club.
If you don't want all the papers sent to one address, you can split the Club and have Carefully edited and contains matters -nROxCHIL
that will interest member the
every o
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Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papersin SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE Is pub- Readily TIrI4 tTrcatmed. I
lished at St. Louis. Mo., on the first of flI.
Jut dub. This gives a full description of sach paper. each montb. and contains from CO to trooW

The Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you magazines 70 pages. It published is one of and the best-known is in Its I.They Bronchial cannot be

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4 It for has seven been years published at ChTalis. I1n.I i $1.00.

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Blue Diamond. Enamel Ware, it will please you
"Primble" Cutlery, the Cutlery of "Quality." .



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Sherwin==Williams i Paints "Mastic Mixed Paints"This 'J'J.j

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KeGEX'S Physician and Surgeon.Office .

ACBS AND KXDBJEY ._ : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
CURL Residency at Ethel HoteL PERRY FLA.

Lambas. Rh amattam Phone:-Office.No.168. ,
buss. w*don't
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take tits risk-t1 tbTW
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b r aiutod. Don't wait lTW ttal.c. ON
feel sure we can give you the
dy. A bottle at TOUT rs..aas *sttrmau.ts
,$oolIarg BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There is an
J __ M.E. added stiffness and a glorious gloss I MAY 6TH.
put upon our work that enhances the
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. your linen. Bring your Shirts. Collars -I J
Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
Will in all the courts of the State. Special -
practice ,
attention given to Conveyance Collection Fancy Vests Wash Ties etc., to our Come one and all and enjoy your-
Oak Brokerage & Commission of Rent to .Ete. All business promptly attended Laundry and you will have them'selves. Music furnished by the Su-
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I DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE J. MADISON President.

Are in Most of the Stoleslin' $ waCOIIIIIYI S lJJ WATCHMAKER 35 year's experienceGood AND JEWELER OB Ohio have avenue opened in up the a White barber buildIng shop-

stock of Watches always on hand. TAR
and solicit the patronage of the
J If
I your grocer hasn't them, just tell him to call up 'Phone white people. Shop is newly fitted
.he can l get them for you. Don't let him give you some- L.E.ROBEKSON. A.B.SMALL up and everything kept neat and
/JJ, *as good If he insists in doing so you had best trade OBERSON & SMALL, The original clean.
ere else., LAXATIVE cough remedy. McQueen & Griffin.
Bbls of Will do practice in State and For coughs colds throat and lung J. F. WEBBPAPER
Flovr we have sold since January 15th. general Federal Courts. troubles. No opiates. Nonalcoholic.Good .
for everybody' Sold everywhere.The HANGER and DECORATOR
That shows what the goods are ROOMS I AMD I .[PHONE Ur-STAUts No.190.LKWIM BOILDDJO. genuineFOLEY'S
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tYellowpackage. Refuse substitutes. on work and will guarantee satisfaction -
Prepared only by at best prices. Reference: S.
Wi Brokerages & Commission Co. Foley A Company Chicago.
mtmlIONEYANDTAFc. A. lithely Live Oak. Call at Demo-
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(' COLDEST IX YEARS. said. "It seems to me I'll never get The German kaiser has founded, I I iiiiiiimiMniiiiiii4iiiiiiiiuiiMiuiiuiii I II 'I .::J

through paying bills." out of his private treasury, a manufactory ***
For A moment the teller was puz- of m.ajolica ware on his es- a NOTICE
Cold Almost Continuous During the I
zled. Then he realized that the wo- tate near Cadinen.
Month of ApriLWashington
r man didn't understand the check. .... ,
s April 30.-According "You don't have to pay me," he said; A bill for the taxation of whiskershas To Contractors and Prospective Buflders:

to the weather bureau records, the :"I have to pay you $4.' been introduced by' a New Jersey -

month just closed was the coldest I He pushed back her $5 bill and legislator. The proposed tax is 'I'I THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPlYt1[

April In the last twenty-six years, I gave her $4 in silver The woman to range from $5 for ordinary whis-

and .within a degree of the coldest was very much surprised. "You have kers to '$50 for a goatee, and redwhiskers will" furnish you your Lime Cement
April ever experienced. The month to pay me?" she said.Vhy: I 20 per cent extra. '
... Plaster Laths and all kinds cl Bdt ]
was characterized by a succession of thought It was a bill and that I had : [I

cold spells, which swept southeast- to pay it." The empress dowager of China, OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Askil

ward over the northeast Rocky mountain She smiled, gathered up her money says a recentPekin decree, "finds to I I I
slope and gradually spread south- and went out. her sorrow that of late .there has

ward and eastward over the entire "That." said the teller when she been no change from the habits" of The Live Oak Brick & Snppif

country east of the Rocky moun- had gone, "shows about how much her officials "to seek merely to make

tains. some women know about banking things look,well on the surface, with- I II I II I I 1111 I'" I --4!!,:
The cold was almost continuous ex- methods.-Savannah Morning News. out paying attention to the quality of !
cept for brief intervals of a day or the substance." i
so of warmer weather, and it closes SEABOARD.AIR LINE _RAILROAD. keep your bowels vf-
Mr. Ward .
with remarkably low temperatures in Improving.Mr. According to a critic, the American Kifig's New LH m'1

the interior valleys and the south- J. W. Ward Jr.. of Floral City, people are becoming more accurate Special Occasions-Southern Baptist is so gentle that tfc*

west. who was placed in the hospital several readers and writers of English than Convention and Auxiliary Societies has cause to mil"a

Snow in Iowa. days ago, is improving and will the English themselves. At Harvard Richmond, V..Slay 16-21, 19O7 plaint. Gaartate .it'!'

Des Moines, la., April 30.-Snow soon be out again. Mr. Ward was University there are twenty profes- Account of the above occasion, we Groover drnggiztL-
> covers the entire state of Iowa froma painfully bruised and had one hand sors of English, while at Oxford thereis announce round-trip rate of one fare, them. '1 J

depth of from three to eight inches.In I severely injured last week by his automobile only one. America, Germany and plus twenty-five cents In the sale of -:1;;:
France, he are all tickets to Richmond, Va.; tickets at ORDIS.liIZ i t
Des Moines and central Iowa, it is ; colliding with a dray, while
I this rate being on sale from 13th OrdlD.ueet
England in
English scholarship. May An
eight inches, according to government driving the machine in Jacksonville
reports. Intervals with leading hor- Ocala Star. until 16th, inclusive, with final limitto Three (3) of 0rdis i
.Aa c
Pipes made of reinforced leave Richmond fifteen days from ing entitled
ticulturalists today indicate that all Mr. Ward is well known in this concrete salary to be reeeiw Ij
the small fruit is irretrievably killed. city, and his many friends here will I for transmitting water under pres- date of sale. However by comply- of the City of Urt Oil'
sure have been constructed. These ing with certain conditions and upon proved 1.111)
be pleased to learn of his tOrdered
Sleet In WL consIn. recovery. *
pipes are really one continuous tube, payment of fee of $1.00. an extensionof Be te
Milwaukee, Wis., April 30.-A rain I each several hundred feet long. In this limit to June 17th may be City Council, of-the. < l4

and sleet storm last night developedinto Real Hooligan Coming.Of i diameter they are from two feet to procured.The Florida Section 'nat I

a fall of six inches of snow in the three great "hits" in caricature I three feet the longest single section Seaboard has been declaredthe of Ordinance Ka U jUTe

this vicinity, most. of which remains Happy Hooligan, Buster being 600 feet. The inside Is made official route for delegates to this Oak. l1or1b. k t
.. on the ground. I Brown and the Brownies have out- i smooth, planed lumber being used in meeting. Those having the matterin ante entitled .11 d,
the forms. the salary to"be j
Snow In Michigan. lived them all, and for all round fun' hand were evidently guided In facers of the Qt1 ef 1Ft
Hooligan outclasses them all. His; reaching the decision to name our approved ()ct Wand
Detroit. Mich.. April 30.-A sev The Ida
gold production of -
well meaning innocent interference in the amtIs
ere snowstorm is prevailing today In 1906 (Western Australia fea-tures foUSection
everything conceivable not at all his leading) i as to read u
over the upper part of the lower was 3.431.921 fine JJ 1\1
business him into ounces against among these being ,
gets so many our double daily !
peninsula of Michigan, with high, shall receire I '**.
scrapes, it is with eagerness that we 3,648,793 fine ounces in 1905, a de- service with through coaches and ; mOl tts
cold Kinds. per
look hastily over our Sunday papers' crease of 216,872 ounces. The aggregate sleepin gears. i and the sum of TtI

funny pages to see and laugh againat value of the gold output for I Our people with an Idea of affording -, month as SPltat1
The Teller Was Dazed.A I'
Hooligan. The first and the original Australasia In 1906 was $82.003.357.. delegates to this and other con City of LiSection Oakes
stepped to the win New Zealand's 1906 production ventions IL Ito
woman up comedy Hooligan's Troubles, was held In Richmond an -
op- effect I
dow of the paying teller in a Denver written to suit the character, by 532.922 fine ounces (included in value portunity for visiting the Jamestown take, andPassed &PP '

bank on Tuesday morning and pushed Mrfftt E. Swan, is still creating fun in named, but not in quality). Exposition, have perfected an ar- passage by the 0If t I

a check through the grating. It the best theatres of the country. The More News from the Xew England rangement whereby the return por- 22nd day of APMATS a

was for $4 says the Denver Post. original number one company pres- States.If tion of tickets reading from Rich- 1tO

"Put your name on the back, enting the original Hooligan Arthur any one has any doubt as to the mond are honored from Portsmouth Attest S. P.: !*

please said the teler. O." May; the original Freckles, handsome virtue of Foley's Kidney Cure, they Va., without additional charge. This Ma7s' CII1

She did so. Grace Burgoyne, and the original need only to refer to Mr. Alvin H. alone certainly makes the Seaboard City I, of S. Lire P. ()at.

"Is this your name?" he asked. all star company come to LiveOak Stimpson, of Wlllimantlc, Conn., who, especially attractive. by certify that t]'{j

The woman sighed. Yes," she replied on Wednesday May 1st. The after almost losing hope of recovery, There Is a movement now on foot going Ordinance 01722nd
"that's my name. It calls for plot of this hilarious fun makes on account, of the failure of so many to have the Florida Baptist assemble ly passed by tht

|4. doesn't it?" Hooligan's Troubles is consistent. remedies, finally tried Foley's Kidney in Jacksonville, moving from here day is hereW of N'- '

S "It does," said the teller. There are twenty-one vaudeville an.1 L Cure, which he says was "just on the same train one might say in same Mayor for hi* aD>u I

AVhile the man in the cage was musical numbers in the program: and the thing" for him, as four bottles a body. This too will make the trip Witness my P""

looking the check over the womanfumbled'in an enjoyable evenIng'is guaranteedall cured him completely. He is"now entirely more pleasant. City, this April n

her handbag and then who attend. The famous dancing well and free from all the suffering ': (Seal)
plated a $5 bill before him. wonders; the Dermont Trio, are Incident to acute -no.'i-Pai AlImou ". 4-
"Take it out of that please," she also with the company. trouble. City Pharmacy d-w -To be divorced from.your,appendix Examined
There 3r4 day
will be
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