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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 2, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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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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_ 1118 FIRST BATTLE FOR TWO MEN SHOT- OXE DEAD
tBE JEW COUNT YOF THE OTHER IX CRITICAL
PIXELLASUGISIATIYE CONDITION

FRANK MICHAELS IS DEAD'


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r Kemp Is "ounded-Troule Commenced -
by Slapping Each Other In
* Ctart People Happy Over Pros- Play-Both Well Known Men
Jj, of IHviding HUlsbo ugh
.1ty-House Proceeding
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(. White Springs. May 1.-In a shoot-

\ ( Ing affray at Camp's Mills near here
this afternon. T. J. Kemp was seri-
,yhusee. May 2.Yesterday ously shot by Frank Micheals who
r.oos ve witnessed the closest in turn was shot and mortally
'tA Uch the legislature of 1907
wounded by Kemp dying about an
? ur produced and was a vic .hour and a half later. It is thought
| for the county dlvisionlsts of kL4cK that Kemp will live. / .
borough. The motion to inde- a The two men and three or four s
yy postpone Mr. Decker's bill others were at the mill and got to f
kij| the county of Pinellas. beLtt : skylarking it being alleged that they
fey vote of 26 to 29. So close # had been drinking.It .
tb* vote all the way down that is claimed that Micheals was
it several minutes before the slapping one of his companions in

t, TM appreciated and the anccaeBt L,: W'/j J I b the face when Kemp Interposed say-
of the vote was received Ing that he, Michaels could not slap
j toti applause by the division- him that way.Michaels .
it! their friends. then advanced to Kemp
. debate on the bill commencedII and began slapping him but when ;
p. HL. when Chairman Mel- Kemp. seemed to get the better of
1 the house committee on city him Michaels drew his pistol and
maty organization, made a vv t shot Kemp just below the border of '
i to Indefinitely postpone the the ribs on the right side the ball
n \
t iaty which the rules of the 1\ 1pf t) lodging just beneath the skin in the
> Impose upon the chairman of back. 1

isJttee reporting a bill unfavor- Kemp then knocked the pistol out =
Mr. Decker of Hillsborough, of Michael's hand picked it upand s
itkor of the bill made a brief fired twice at his assailant one ball ;;
i against the motion and was passing just below the right eye and
r.j .7 his colleague and for the the other above the left eye. _
at Vis antagonist Mr. Dudley, Dr. Stith was summoned but he
cated his objection were Sometimes they're" in the eorneiy sometimes $hetr.by the door j found Michaels dying. He lived only
ke4 to tjie division and not more Sometime tney're all a-standin' in the mid i. uv the floor jj one hour and a half.
Sometimes they ar. a-Mttin' down eometimee they're walkin' round j
>testy per cent were In favor Dr. Stith cut the bullet out of the
So eoftlyian so creepylike they never make a sovindl '
nil well delivered
speech was
back of Kemp and dressed his
attention. HetMt Sometime th.y are as black as Ink, an* other times they're white-
received close
wounds. It Is thought that Kemp will -
k But the color aint no difference when you see things at night!-Eugene Field.8.rryman .
la a distribution of ofui live. .
IB all matters pertaining tobtaty I I in Washington Star.-- Kemp Is a man about 3 i years old,

government the West and Is married.. Michael about the
L the proposed county of Plnel- motion on the table but'withdrew It" -'"tRAXCHISE TAX BILL. same age and Is unmarried.
bi been treated fairly and had Immediately upon the objection ot I IIfOKfSMITHUf RD fROM

t cause for desiring a separa- Mr. MacWilliams of St. Johns that l Kills Are Reported Unfavorably by RUST OX'BANK.Run '
bat his main objection was upi it would shut off a debate Mr. Paul I HE AND PARTY HAVE DONE the Committee. -

i democratic' principle of ma- spoke very briefly declaring his belief GOOD WORK FOR THE i Tallahassee May %.-The Senate Stopped, Confidence Restored. _
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rtle which !e declared was as that the people of the Pinellas SOUTH"IMMIGRANTS Committee to whom was referred j and Excited Depositors Put,_ "
eke rock of Gibraltar and by Peninsula had a righteous cause and I the franchise tax bills introduced by Back Their Money. -
tie legislature should be guid- the legislature should give them what !Senator Trammell has reported un-I Tampa May 1.-A run on the
U disposition of the_ bill. Heed they asked. Mr. Parkinson expressedthe TO SAVANNAHPrejudice favorably both bills. It is under- Bank of Ybor City caused by false
very much he said to same opinion at greater length derstood Senator Trammell will In-: rumors circulated among the Cuban
with his colleague for holding that the legislature should Against South Is Removedthe troduce an amendment to one of his and Italian depositors In the saving
ke eatertained the highest rent decide the case upon its merits and Visit of Hoke Smith and bills and try to secure its passage I I department occurred today. Large
felt his duty to the county not upon the question of whether a to even though the committee of whichhe numbers of the foreign element surrounded -
Party Europe '
resented, compelled him to op-. majority of the people of the county is chairman reported his measure the bank building and demanded -
!* measure desired it or not saying that the unfavorable. their money. The 'bank,

Decker. In support of his bill thirteen colonies revolted without I I London May 1.-After a tour of Xew Stone is Invented. i I I"As which is backed by the Citizens Bank
typewritten speech of some asking the consent of the majorityof the continent during which visits j soft as silk, as white as milk," ,;and Trust Company, met the demand -
la which he covered very the people of Great Britain and were made to Hamburg Bremen and it does no burn. It Is made of and when the officers of other banks
Uy the reasons of the divi- that the southern states Receded Vienna and other places with the object milk, and it is a new stone-milk and prominent citizens arrived with
s la asking for the creation of without asking the consent of a ma- of inducing emigration to Georgia stone. A considerable industry is deposits ranging from $20,000 to
=JIOHd county. He disclaimed jority of the people of the north. The Governor Hoke Smith and party being built up in the manufacture of $50,000 confidence was restored and ..
i measure was Intended to In- constitution empowered the legisla- are making a brief sojourn here. galalith, or milk stone, which is 60 percent of the money withdrawn
-lUborough county or the peo- ture to create new counties in orderto Governor Smith told the Associated cheaper than celluloid and is non-in was redeposited by noon. Eugene aHoltsinger
te West Coast were hostile to prevent a majority from Impos- Press today that his trip had been flammable.The cashier of Cosmopolitan
i. for which they entertained ing upon the minority and to secureto successful, and that helhad succeeded raw material is skimmed milk bank a competing concern took
ride which should never fall the minority a local self government in removing much prejudice against from the large co-operative dairies.To $10,000 cash to the bank in an auto- ,
seated statistics showing the He was deciding this emigration to the southern states. this in large tanks is added rennet mile and deposited it, followed by
and wealth of the pro- case on its merits. irrespective of He said he had been promised thata cogulating the cesein, which is A. J. Knight with 20000. The bank
new county .and spoke at whether it helped oV hindered his number of ships would sail direct' pressed dried and powdered, and oCfe-s a reward of $500 for discoveryof
of Its progress and enterprise prospects of securing the passage of from European ports to Savannah freed from its cheesy odor by repeated the person starting the rumor.
auy of the details connect- his bill for the 'dIvision of Volusla and that others would make Savan- washings and finally is hardenedby
*] the business Interests of county. nah a port of call. Some good work a chemical. The product is more NEBRASKA GIRLS FORM ANTI-
Nst Coast towns their,growth Some of Mr Parkinson's remarksto had been done In Scotland, whence brilliant more solid, and a trifle WHISKERS CLUB.
&* prospect for the future. In the effect that the committee him- the stream of emigration to Georgia heavier than celluloid. {
b expressed appreciation of self included, was prejudiced in regard already had started. It is as easy to work as wood and i Maidens Will Not Receive Attention
Bey's honest* in opposing to county dilvsion were excepted Governor Smith said it was his Intention can be made into a great variety of j from Men Who Wear Beard
bat stated that he was mi'ibtrodueing to by Chairman Melton who said to appoint agents at Hamburg articles such as combs hairpins pi-I'j Omaha May 1.-A number of
at this juncture he did not care to discuss the merits Bremen Vienna Glasgow and ano keys buttons, knife handles um- society young women of Heming-
signed by several hundred of the bill, but objected to Mr. other port to encourage desirable brella handles, backs for brushes pa- I ford Neb., have formed an anti-
mea of Tampa favoring the Parkinson speaking in this manner emigrants. The governor and his per knives dominoes. Inlaid orna- whiskers society. A pro-whiskers ,>
arplDg that Mr. Dudley for any of the committee except him party will sail for New York tomor- ments for furniture and almost any society was formed several months
stakes la thinking that all of self. Speaker Matthews asked the object requiring solidity and fine ago by the young women at Harri-
"'II oa his side of the bay were gentlemen not to indulge in personal- row.The entertainment planned by the polish. It can be given any color or son, in this state; and several anti- ;
to division. He denied that ties and Mr. Parkinson explained American colony were not carried made to imitate marble coral tortoise whiskers societies bave been formed
division would Injure that he meant no reflection upon out owing to the brevity of the visit shell etc within the last year by young women
*. of Hillsborough county. them. Mr. Dudley alone spoke in here but he met many Americans I. In other Nebraska and South -
Ie 0" could doubt that even opposition to the bill.' and was a guest rn the distinguished Supplies for Chinese Famine Sufferers Dakota towns. Members of the Hem-
tt. West Coast the -Banner When the roll was called on motion strangers' gallery of the house of I Washington, :May 1.-Two hun- ingford society subscribe to an agreement -
would soon resume Its place to postpone the vote was so commons today and also visited the dred thousand dollars the largest not to receive attentions from
a wealth and population of evenly divided from start to finish house of lords.of t contribution for famine relief ever : men young, middle-aged or old-
H, appealed to the legists that it was absolutely impossible to of, the made in one day was sent to China who wear any sort of beard, and not
to bill and by supporters -
to the"people- of the tell until the last name was called the who warmly today by The Christian Herald. On under any circumstances to marry
sew"ttaty what they justly what the result was. and thi. those measure in the house the success- the day the transport Buford sailed men who have beards. Heavy penallee -
tketr lauds. who were keeping tally added up congratulated him upon cherished from San Francisco, with the most are imposed. .
mBaon.ofVolnsia.andMr.uo times in orderto ful passage of his most :
several
their columns second reading, valuable relief cargo ever shipped
<> *; who with Mr. MePasco. make sure. The house adjourned measure through indefinitely the postponementwhich being worth 1150,000 fifty thousand ;:[, Contractor Goodbread has commenced .
_of and Mr. DeckerIlIIlaortj. Immediately after the vote was announced as an narrowly averted. dollars more in money was cabled work on the brick block, on
i
'report In favor of and Representative Decker was so disposed ol the toe, ijelief. committees, all contributed Howard, street for Lee Byrd. We
finally
(5 &&!oke' againstits InpODellut. was surrounded by his delegation ,of 1'1d have labored .by_.the same button of =500- understand there will be,three largo
he has
fW for'which
'- Mr. Paul constituents from the' West Coast' sure' : 000- for-the Chinese famine. store roomac'In this building. .
interests and faithfully. I ... :i
-< s to lay the previous who have been here in the _-= -: "'
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DR. McG1irs Physician and Surgeon.Office .

K1CHS AND EXONXYBacomatUm : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
CUBE. "''iLumbato Residency at Ethel HoteL PERRY FLA.
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Phone.-Office.No.168.
'a DUa W*don't
\ Residence.N to Uka
the risk-U tbe
Mat not eura,your mon Drag Store(Barclay&Groover)No 16.
b r.tund.d. If VIL RI1VII ON
Don't wilt
feel
we sure we can give you the
ay.. A bottle at your WI WA TU1L
-sman sts ,SOc;i.rt* : BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There is an
M.E. added stiffness and a glorious gloss MAY 6TH.
put upon our work that enhances the
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANYeOakBrokerage ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of
your linen. Bring your Shirts, Col- .
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will
--- -- lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs,White and
practice in all the court of the State. Special I
attention given to Conveyances. Collectionof Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our Come one and all and enjoy your-
& Commission Rents.to.. Etc. All business promptly attended Laundry, and you will have them selves. Music furnished by the Su-
NOTARY PUBLIC STATB AT LAKGB. quickly and carefuly done in a satis- wannee Brass Band. Don't miss
factory manner at a satisfactoryprice.
.. hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

m CIALS l L.I.. DIXON, freshments.ED. DAVIS, Gen. Mgr.B. .
WE
[ CAN CHEERFULLY[ RECOMMEND
I DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE J. MADISON President.
G. T. W. FANIEL,
ANITA FFRXANDKZ CIGARS OBTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE 139.?
JAMES A. KEAL,
HONEST MONEY TOBACCO WORK. : SPECIALTl.ES.
h OBELISK AND COMET FLOUR Music Teacher
;.- IMPERIAL ROASTED AND GROUND COFFEE .
t T. J. LYLE
L. R. T. EXTRACTS FOLEY'SHONEYANOTAR
: TAFFY TOLU CHEWING GUM Practical
CITY BARBER SHOP.

Goons Are i in Mij oof 1 I rile 8Wms in 8 wCOIIIIIY s ,WATCHMAKER 35 year's experience AND JEWELER on We Ohio have avenue opened-, in up the a White barber build-shop

Good stock of Watches always on hand.
,
Ing' and solicit the patronage of the
U your grocer hasn't them, just tell him to call up 'Phone white people. Shop is newly fitted
a.he can get them for you. Don't let him give you some- U E.ROBEBSOK. A.SMALL up and everything kept neat and
'Just as good. If he insists in doing so you had best! trade TjOBERSON & SMALL, The original clean.

Yllere else.BlL LAXATIVE cough remedy. McQueen & Griffin.
AT LAW.
ATTORNEYS -:- -:-

of Flovr we have sold since January 15ih. Will do general Federal practice Courts.in State and For troubles.coughs No, opiates.cold, throat Nonalcoholic.Good and lung.. I I J. F. WEBB
for everybody Sold everywhere.The PAPER HANGER and DECORATOR.
That shows what the goods are BOOMS 1 AMD I ['paoNB Ur-STADwJ.No.190.Lnrnt Buu wt0. genuineFOLEVS
LIVE OAK. i FLORIDA.'lOLmnONEYAND1'AF. HONEY and TAR is in Will be glad to furnish estimate
%Y Ilowpackage. Refuse*ut titatc .
on work, and will guarantee satisfaction i
Prepared only by at best prices. Reference: 8.
Brokerage & Commission Co. Polo A Company Chicago I A. finely, Live Oak. Call at Democrat -
'''' City Pharmacy office.l' .
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:: Li VE1i DAILY RAILROADS )US? BJS MORE AC VISITTHE c: POPULAR HEALTHDOWblNGdPARK AND Pi: j.SURE"'RE T' ==4
DEMOCRAT I
:The :
I ExtrtiSi
a Published every Afternoon. j I I COMMODATING.The : .*"States /

Except Sunday. Supreme Court in the case of the'At, in
SprfnJ
f -. I lantic Coast Line against the Corpor- .
J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g'r. ation Commission of North Carolina -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWMNEE RIVER-

j I is doubtless something of a surprise Suits F
Entered at the Postoffice LIve Oak. I! to the railroads. It seems that the < Hand
.. Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter comission made an order that the Mineral 'Springs, Hotel and CottagesHOT
November 7. 1905. I YomJat
Atlantic Coast Line should make a''I- AND COD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNNING. ,
connection at Salem. N c.; with another .,WATER.IN EVERY.BOOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING I I. CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS. ETC $16 *
COIPABY.I I line running from the easfern IT MILES FROM LlVE TLIVEOAKWTHAU.T :$U
part of the state. The purpose of REASONABLE 4 GULF. COMMECTIO AIRS
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be the commission was to accommodatea I $20. :]
mailed of the United '
} to any part large number of travelers. The ADDRESS Pi\RK flOTEb. DOWLING PflRK. FLORlDn. UVE OAK
States, postage prepair. for $5.00' that
we are
railroad refused to comply with, the o1rerht
per year; $2.50 for six months; : convince ... ;
order on the ground that It would every -
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for$1.25 fire for weeks three,months in advance.or 60 cents Delivered (! have to put on another train to do so ! !; !-M- ! ! ! \ \ \\ \\ \\" \,,, ,{ = them that they are

to any part 9f the city, by and also that the order practically: = the greatest values eve' ""
carrier for 10 cents per week. 'amounted to a confiscation of prop-' popular prices

FOR. STATE SENATOR- 't. erty.The Supreme Court didn't accept M il SOUTHERN 1 BUSINESS COLLEGE[ Ii IiII If you want sa,t

the view of the railroad. The railroads -
Seventeenth Senatorial District. .
| are constructed with the viewof

The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson accommodating the public-at '.'t. 't. 1 '
hereby auncunce his name as a candidate '.least that is one purpose of their II I : i :
for State Senator and earnestly construction. Therefore as there i 1 t'j., I-

solicit the support of all good true was,no reduction of the passenger : j =
Democrats at the special election to rate the court couldn't see wherein :
be held in :Suwannee: county on =
there was confiscation of property.As
May 2nd. VOTERS. I, matter of railroads r
I a fact are I r J J'I
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I laitogetner too arbitrary in tne matter -
FOR STATE SEXATOR. l-
lI
| of making connections with other Il I-
I hereby announce myself a-s a | ]l-
lI
I roads. It appears to be their deter-
candidate for the office of :State: Sen- Iio
mination not to put themselves out
ator for the Seventeenth ioio
Senatorial in the least to make them for the accommodation -
District of Florida. and respectfully SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTFor
I of passengers. We
solicit toe of the Democratic ;
support i
have called attention a number of io
voters of Suwann&t .
county.W. I times to the refusal in this state of Hw.l
A. TISON, trains to wait a few minutes for their the next three months a FOUR MONTHS
authorized connections thus incom- *f will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only $30.00.'

Senator Trammell's franchise tax ; moding many passengers. Within I Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged
bills didn't receive* very hearty endorsement 1 the last few months it has been the student entering on this special: offer can finish within the. limit of, the .

1 from the Senate committee. -:)!l rule to miss connections rather than ,1 scholarship. =.

Both of his bills were reported make them and travelers and people i This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. :I

unfavorably by the committee. Sen- !i i i expecting their mail have been disappointed := Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and we will :&.

,.; ator Trammel, a member of the committee j' time and time again. help you to a good paying position. or get a better one than yon now have. 1
1 being the only one voting to |I There have been occasions when await .
report favorable his bills. of a few minutes would have WRITE FOR CATALOG. {
t upon pet I
,' enabled the train that was behind I ,
1 ,
If Mr. 1 Tan's policies seem to be !1|.time to make the connection but 'If Ft

somewhat out of joint it should be I there didn't seem to be a disposition 1r SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE ,
remembered that the whole world to be accommodating. \ I I
I has been that way for a month. We I i r From the foregoing decision it 1

have had: April snows, tropical cyclones :, would appear that if a case were .fiLIVE OAK, FLORIDA ..

earthquakes, sun spots and 'made the courts would rule that the 1 ----. .
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the ,like until we ought to be prepared I'I railroads must arrange to make con- L.M.flftfTON. President G. S. STEPHENS, Principal I MICHAELS-'na FINE ;

nection where ordered by the Railroad IS .....CLOTHIW
for most anything.-Nashville .5.5. . SSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISSSSS.S.SS.+ ..--a
(Tenn.) News. I:I Commission to do so and that 11111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111 --... ash!
i wouldn't be excused for failing
they
t I'I Suit for business or dn -1
Some papers throughout the Southern to do so unless for a reason beyond The loafer'4nd professional gambler The Great Headache Cure.BromoPepsin look and fit as if nu&"
their control. In South Georgia the .
states are getting together and are having :aw hard time. Laws then you shouldn't fiftae
t. exploiting the name of John W. !f people would certainly feel obliged have been enacted In every Southern see:; these three After Ealv

[ Daniel. the lame lion of Lynchburg" !I Ilf a case were made against railroads State and nearly every city to punish In the noted Jl

t senior member_ from Virginia in theUnited that so often miss their connections.We ; them. Florida has such a law !
f States senate for the Presidency9. -I predict that there will be such a and where it enforced it has done Note the Word Pepsin MICHAHSSIttFINE

Some of the leading newspapers I case made if the railroads do not do much to prevent crime and has greatly Headache IDdf ,siioll
.
of Virginia and Maryland have J, better in the matter of connections in : improved labor conditions. Tenn.is G U R IS Insomnia> Nervousness
(I ClOTI1l
I tonal columns for the Virginia. future.-Savannah News. | the last of the Southern States to

Valdosta Times. j I)I Here in Florida connection is one enact such a law. It.is modeled after ; On the Spot. tle3t1IeJ
thing the railroads do not make and : You will find ;
-. i I i theIissiaslppl statute an4J.1s_ de-
Georgia is not threatened with i if you believe they do, try a trip to signed to reach every possible de- No Opiates. Absolutely Harmless the finish and tie fit otQ[

any timber famine no mater what ( Punta Gorda or Tampa from Live scription of man or woman who does All DragguU. 10. 2b., &w M* jour size at every price f s

the condition of the forests in other Oak via the Coast Line. i ij II not earn an honest living. It goes : for Sale'By ;you want them. DetaIkIk

[.. parts of the country may be. According j: Ii i i into minute details,In describing the ;I The < ity Pharmacy single ofbreasted ,
r- to W. M. Legg. of Bainbridge t j At the Thomas Jefferson Memorial f classes of persons declared to be va-
( LIVE OAK, FLA. At $15 Z
J. Ga., who was in Washington!I I Association a letter was made public i| grants. There are about twenty- ia an tH

this week there are thousands of from ex-president Grover Cleveland, five different descriptions of men,setout 41-23-trwHn. S.n'fJ1l ar.'
acres of uncut timber tracts. Mr. approving the plan for a re-union of I and under some one of them It ____ rlc-effects-grar and te;:

.. Legg declares that he has recently the descendents of the signers of the will be possible to convict any man wo/steds. casslmerea Ifstweedseoustomtafored
THOMPSOiN &
covered more than one hundred and declaration of independence at who does not work for an honest liv- WARRENDrays 3I

fifty miles on horseback and. that Jamestown on July 4th. The ex- ;( ing. The Florida law needs to be and Delivery Wagons. isbed equal to $30 to *&Q
.
his investigations bear out his statement 'president says: "It seems to me enlarged upon and we hope our Leg- mad suits, for four e1et J :!

There is plenty of yellow that a re-union of the descendents : islature will see if some improvementcannot Furniture moving,and Lumber' tion at only 4 :
I
t: pine in Georgia. Florid aAlabama. of the signers of the declaration of be made upon our present va- Hauling Specialties. I '

Louisiana and Mississippi he says, independence on or about the date! grant law. Under our present*stat- STOVE WOODAny all tfc;;

t and although this wood is being used when this immortal document was i ute it is difficult to secure a con Tle- 'At $18 '

l isiana and Mississippi he says and signed would be a most impressive tion.ClUMIXAL. rI Jength delivered to any part t
although this wood is being used incident in connection with the of city, promptly. Give ted cut, <*|
i us your
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tad i
more extensively perhaps than 'any Jamestown exposition. Such a re- I '. tailored throughout ,
other he have tendency busines. Phone 55. cellent worsteds, cheer?]
kind believes. there Is union should certainly a COURT OF RECORD
'
(' enough of it left to supply the country to stimulate patriotic sentimentand ESTABLISHEDOther and tweeds1; geasffS&

:' for many.years ot. come. arouse among those who are I I :,' newest color effects-A
H. 'J. i
MORRIS
: r.f.. within its influence better apprecla- Important Measures Passed To. the $35 to-mea3ures

The Tampa TLnes Als not so sure.,,tion of the initial efforts of the fath- day by the Legislature Contractor and Builder suits, here in all ,#*.*

c< that a two-cent: passenger fare will ers of the republic to establish a new Special to Democrat. t' only 'a :

t force any branch tines in Florida to nation and impress upon it the .best Pineallas bill npt reported from;en- Apply for plans, estimatesand the IILeIt',

r shut down operations but it is pret- ideals of a free government." grosoing committee in time for third specifications.Office : or hIP dII

:; ty certain in its own mind that traveling ;j I reading today. Atlantic county bill reported on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing. ., At$2flsuiUnga fag i,oIOI
i in Florida ,is north three The June Issue of The Industrial unfavorably four signing minor- sties' "

cents per mile to the man who does j Record of Jacksonville, "will be a- ity report. Trammell bill made special.'! --- !:I .of. finest
f- it. and the railroad waich carries him : special immigration Issue of that enterprising order for tomorrow Pettigrew GO TOE:: and domestic worsteds

l; ought to have that much-for the i, publication. It will be lutions favoring; national tax lIego.l I ges and cassimere**(
t present. We are in the stage of development '' handsomely illustrated and contain comes and inheritances and direct In every detail of. ,tit!

f and developing; agencies' facts and figures about the state tion of senatprslr adopted by pie house T. J. CLEMMONS measur. iade suit. O0
t. must be encouraged. Railroads are I which will appeal to immigrants and this morning. for this week only 0
more needed in this state than any homeseekers It will give the advantages House adopted on second reading II

where else just now, and their coming of specific locations for committee bill fixing salaries State officials SPRINC SUITS 9 .

r. should be facilitated rather than specific: purposes: It will also deal cabinet officers and Adjutant I I For Fresh Groceries TO $?d'
hindered.-Tampa Times. with the labor question to attract if General gets three thousand yearly and i $2.50

The Democrat is not "absolutely possible desirable labor. This special State Chemist:'twenty-five hundred i i Every suit at even F*1

f. certain" ,that' any of the small, roadsof edition will have a wide circulation. both houses passed under waver of I and. Best Florida carefully seclected ID

Florida would be'fo'rced out of Several railroad and steamship com- rules the Dorman: ,bill establishing ored by specialist if JtI

1. :business. should the 2-cent or the panies who are interested in Florida County Criminal Court of Records in keep their shape u4 **"j

f 3 Ii2 cent passenger rate'bill be en- have become convinced of the ad- Suwannee counny. I J. Meats at the every sizeNorfoiLCd

acted into law. but'we are "absolute- visability of issuing such a paper and The Crane bill passed Senate unani-;! '" and single-brwrff
ly certain" it would make it much have agreed to handle thousands of mously fixing penalty for failure to deliver -i dainty creations tI1 J
:
t ?easier for the trunk line railroads to copies and a 'large number of copies telegrams and Trammell bill ragu1 -.' fabrics for little s> d

buy ,the smaller roads. thus preventing will go to trade organization* tin leiVaPcharl'es !killedtwtAityfivetifixe -j.west End Market. 'years. '
competition in branches of, railroad throughout the United States. A ref '"l..1 .' 1
i: "' 'business 'other than passenger j presentative of the Industrial Record : '
the to interest our people J. N. Meeks Hied himself to.Tinahassee ** ;.* : ; '
t traffic. It. would cripple small is in the city \; r,. } f
roafcfrlSd.prevent railroad buildingby 1[I and give the city and county an opportunity this morning, to see the Legislatnre -'" Pnone 169. :'Free'DeliVery! 't BUTtf""MENS'

'new and independent lines in this to be represented In this operate.' He' will remain'. In .

State for rears. I special edition. the caplatI It-rorBeTeral-darL; Live Oak, : : Florida ,ot1T
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.- HALF- PRICE REMNANT SALE _*


PSI t U,. Oak aDd Suwanne WILL MONDAY
APRIL 29TH.
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: crat and \Nilllast THREL DAYS If GOODS hold .out +



Z h4-to rote today. to Everything Ten will go from on One e -Yard V THE REMNANT TABLES AT HALF PRICE i .


phone 199. ,
tklnty. +

soa or TUon today; This means a general cleaning of odds and ends for us and a big saving for the far-seeing house-


t b election dy in Suwanne* wife.

E. These remnants consist of Lawn, Madras, Percal, Gingham, Batiste, Bleaching, Linen, Chambry,

R __of Wellborn came Organdy, Mull, Ribbon, Lace, Embroidery,. in fact, Everything with 10 Yards and un-
CimpDeU
...w:OBr .s1aea. der will eo at Half Price. \


,Tickers mornlsg.r came. up T.from. Lake i No Goods Charged These Unheard of Prices' I

-ph
rjrs COME EARLY. FOR THEY MAY ONLY LAST ONE DAY. J -
wet to ell see J. M. Bailey,

1 auctioneer. He sells.

r THE LADIES' EMPORIUM !
from
returned a
yayrer
(trip U"Wellborn today. t 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR FREE DELIVERY I ., Y

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Msleys for a few daltask. 1 1I I '
-d _FOR SALE-One complete sawmill Bishop Weller, of Fon du Lac I 1-- Hair Hardware Company the Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic CoastLine _

outfit including new forty- Wisconsin is in the city the guestof I 'their doors for business yes and Louisville and Nashville

-T.-Famished and ttnfurRM horse-power boiler.. Apply to W. II.: his sister, Mrs. J. T. Carroll, and I i terday. They have a fine large line I railroads at Chattahoochee with

B Lyle. Mrs. B. W. Helvenston. The Bishop of hardware, and their first day" Apalachicola. The northern terminal -
mono, address In care will probbaly leave for home todayor I I business was very satisfactory. i i is to be Atlanta.

t. "How a Certain Preacher Came to' tomorrow. .. I I i

Enlarge His Creed" will be Brother The Hair Hardware Company did Hart Worked in Florida.
Jf. I OCKK** little children,
it measles, Ridley's subject next Sunday morn State'Superintendent Holloway has 1 splendid business yesterday on their I' Savannah, Ga., May 1.-J. W.
with
.Wet very ill I
>W ing. made the semi-annual apportionment opening day. We notice that this Hart, an aged white man, held here
today.
Htarted tome better I
of the onemillool tax. The total company has secured the services of. for robbing a house of a large quantity -

1 Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leavesat amount, of the apportionment waa Mr. B. B. King formerly with the !I of silverware today told the police
done or a
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0 fps aimed*ui to draylnc the depot, rightpt.ptoM 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p, m., returning $55,959.7f\jiandoJ this., .aniounCISu-: Atlantic Supply Company, of Jacksonville of a number of robberies that he had '

U9. W. N. Boatrightm at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents .wannee county received 163044. and will have charge of the I I committed., The officers have re-
round trip. II mill supply department of this firm covered about )300 worth silver
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Ort eaa U mad (If she la -Kidney complaint kills more people Mr. Hair says that he will at once I belonging to A H. Silcox, of Char-
town .'The chest with the chill, in it" than any other diegse. This is due add a complete line of mill and leston, whose house was robbed. ''re-
(i a .,prettiest city pr
White Mountain refrigerators. Sold to the disease being so insidious that railroad supplies to his stock and cently. He says he robbed the 'residence _
'
only by J. B. Barton & Co. H. L. it ge tsa good holdtan the system be start out a traveling salesman. This df the postmaster at Key1 West
I
sat forge dMe f Dr. Arm- Campbell manager. fore it is recognized. Foley's Kid means increased volume of business Fla., for which crime he served four
"
fret o ai sit on Tues ney Cure will present, the development for Live Oak and progress along years: in prison and was pardoned.
Iii T1Mrsass Mrs. :Jessie Phillips McCall'of New- of fatal disease taken in time. commercial lines.

York City, and Miss Susie Phillips City Pl armacy. d-w. Whitney for Governor.

aide, and general repair of Tampa, are visiting their sister s. The Ladies Emporium and Mrs Boston, May 1.-Henry M. Whitney e

AUra Box 493. Phone Mrs. Jack White for a few days. I The Edwards Realty Company I Lawler's Milinery Store have kindly : today formally announced that

d I XE. MUZZY. Carpenter have faith in Live-Oak's future and i taken charge of some of our toilet I he was a candidate for the Demo-

George Wolfe and l'.D. Parnell that faith is welts proven by their i articles ("France-American Hygien cratic nomination of governor of

iR Albert L Henry and children are out at Peacock Lake today.making actions in buying desirable city and I ic"). Our patrons will please ask for Massachusetts. am a candidatefor

h MTilte are visiting Mrs. W.fctt war on the finny tribe. We will suburban property1. In the past few i I them when shopping at these two the Democratic nomination* he

for a few days this week. devote a column to the catch tomor days they-have bought tracts of land I places. Thanking you in advance for said. "Expansion of the trade area
"I I row. in western and southern parts of the your patronage.ST. I of Massachusetts is the issue that I

tin .agog eU, pew, at J. M. city. LUKE'S GUILD. I; shall preach."

b s, the Auction House, for Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Cunningham I XOTICE.The .
Other things In proportion of Savannah, sisters of Mrs. E. N.Lawler -Mrs. S. Joyce. 'ISO Sullivan St. Lucia the oldest son of Mr. and City Council will meet in ad-
tt are Visiting her for a few Claremount. N. H.; writes: About Mrs. P. M. Lanier died at his parents' '
journed session on May 6th at 10
days. a year ago I bought two bottles of home at Rossburg last night at 10 ,
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of re-
Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa o'clock of meningitis. He had been,
bra.Irtktr Masters and baby reid instating any names which may have
Hall Racks Roller Top Desks Of severe case of Kidney trouble of sick since Saturday and during his
larerday from a visit to been wrongfully stricken from registration
flee Chairs 'Ladies' Desks SideBoards several years' standing. It certainly illness received every attention that
el
Florida [
ud Mr. Masters is list. S. P. MAYS
r1!a talle today. Chiffoneers, Folding Beds Is a grand good medicine, and I I l could possibly be given. Young City Clerk. 1
!Lounges Couches etc. J. B. Barton heartily recomend it." City Phar Lanier was just twenty-one years old, _' i

Ira let crum 75c quart: other .& Co.rf H. L. Campbell manager. macy. d-w and was an unusually moral and upright

ss SI urt Delivered anyb young man. enjoying the confidence WALL PAPERWhen
II the city. FU. Book & News Ladies. I have just cpened a dress Economical Food-preserving pro and esteem of all who knew ;
t-zt making ,room in the Lewin building, duces a cleaii Germ-proof Atmos- him. His death is a sad blow to his> in need of nice wall paper

.-, and will be glad to serve you. Satis phere. The White Mountain re- parents who have the sympathy of: call on H. H. PETTY, at
h.foeUi faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. frigerators. Sold ;only by J. B. Bar- a host of friends. The funeral, under .
election called for thiS CLINTON & MCEK'S MARKET.FIoEiBookolles
.t electing a senator to fill MRS. KIGHT. ton & Co., H. L. Campbell, manager. i iI: the charge of G. Potsdamer was conducted I, -
I I at Philadelphia cemetery this -
pire4 tern of the late SenI -
trelSL Dr. Campbell of Crystal River, For a night's good rest buy one I r afternoon. A large crowd was pre
being held today
i4 asidates for the place are returned home today after a short of our celebrated' White Knight Mat- sent to pay the last mark of respectto o N CO. 4

sea ud the country will b4Mth visit in our city. He recently movedto tress. Nothing on earth .equals it. a worthy and popular young man. i

> either la the seat. Crystal River from Missouri, and J. B. Barton & Co. H. L. Campbell,, -
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is delighted with Florida. : manager. :FIRST TRAIN INTO APALACHI- Cold Drinks


'or Seile SUNDAY+_1-trains. over Live Oak, I I COLA. j 1 Ice Cream 1

'
r Perry & Gulf' to Dowling Park IeaY-sat : Auspicious' Opening of the \.palachi-j
8:00 a" m.. and 1:33 p. m.. re Wedding cola Northern. !
turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

1 AID ,UNIMPROVED round trip. PresentsFOR i i train Apalachicola over the Apalachicola May 1*-The Northern first :, NUT ICE CREAMPer 4

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Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup IS! best t : railroad arrived at Apalachicola yesterday Quart 75c
; and was met by thousands of ,}
for women and c1 ndr n. Its mild THE ..
f : i :
RealrstateJ action and pleasant taste makes it the citizens. ; .1
i The train arrived at 3:30 p. m.,
preferable to'violent purgatives such JUNE BRIDE'SOr and was welcomed by the blare of Other Cream, Per ]
pills tablets etc. Get the booklet \1
as
l"f and a sample of Orino at City Phar- trumpet roar of cannon tooting of Quart 50c.
farms EtcUR' d-w. i whistles and sirens and the yells and. .7-

macy. those who choose :cheers of the people.
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the month of May. Just ; Thus, for the first time Apalachicola Delivered anywhere in the
The tiling has been laid In frontof look in at our exquisite is connected with the Vorld by

the courthouse and it puts up avery Diamond Pins, Watches Brooches, rail; and again the cotton timber, 1

) bold and handsome front. The ahd Bracelets.Rings.Etc. Everything grain and tobacco will seek foreign '"

sidewalk is being rapidly completeddown in Jewelry. Our countries through Apalachicola and Phone 199 when wanting 1

:;; dPERTY to. the north corner of the customers are always her fine harbor; and the ten or

courthouse; square. The next piece pleased.RAD'FORD. twenty ships which are now constantly Cold Drinks or Ice Cream .

WITH of sidewalk that should receive attention -I loading with exports will be
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US. is the row of boards Just -1 ,.t.-r Increased to the hundreds. These I :

south of the Presbyterian,l church., ships returning will bring the fruits t
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This "unsightly piece-t ValK ka4 become : and feard woods of Cuba and South

iIItTWO. ; really a menace since It Is I Amerlca.au'cl necessities and luxuries>s flminu[ Book flea N NeCo. ;i

dangerous tight on-account of rotten The JewblerJLiyC from the Orient.

"and .loose, ,,:plankThese boards The Apalachicola Northern: railroad -
: c. C. COOK Prop.
should be removed If nothing better OAK...Fl>,. as constructed, connects with ,

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o 1 FLORIDA RAILWAY I THE TINY SCIARA.f t Live tDiary Oak

...' SCHEDULE. A Ppaeeatioa \ "onn. Ned !. Ha_ Mfg.Manufacturers :
aid % .
CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAIN'S ON S- A. L. RT. AN9 A. C. L. RT. A7 LIVE GAS.s&AD I rwar.tn
some o( the Onngarian fore*nand .
DOWN' -TI. kW er In the pine woods of Norway their of

i i exists a tiny wormlike Insert t Ilea

..-" 1IixedFztXail No.3 I I ICs and L I '": -YATlOl'a.. Nu Jbd aDd.EscPpt %.1 Local No.Fn 4. II 1 ttv the bciara.month of the of July genus or npula.early in During :u- Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric i

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E&1> F.z Ezrrpt
I I In Urge
t together
j gt?: they gather
:S Daily. Sandy'.
t
! 'I f fSOm I-I i numbers preparatory to migrating: InS Power and Turpentine.
;- .ircb of food or for change of cans -.I
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J3itpjLi. s
130 a I. I fL" Purter Oak.---- ---Ar"IO Lv'' I b40p" ,journey Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished fw .

., 7iOa 'S&pm, .1 ;1e30amaZOpm, j row it* of some glutinous matter and or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.
i; S Oii a nI! S 54 paL" _Sto1kr-""----Ly)10' I 2 a m S 01) P ID ; farm a bnpe &e:1X"nt.tikeDicJs.q.. often Bectrie
I +'''L- -,.;-. T...1 I r-aching a length of between forty and day and night current-for manufacturing purposes
8 Ii a m 1 i6 p a 20 a m' 4 W P ID
". Birkia.4::. yo' tiny feet and several inches In talck- Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have 'Pecii1
a U a ra 4 Oil P DILLY- --- T-vj10 10 a m 4 4G P md ness. As the sciara la only on an average -

'"' 40 a .1. 19 P mAr, Wilmarth...._.-__ L.J10 01) a a 4 ZO P IDj about three thlrty-i
5+1 a ra; .. WI1manh.-- __--Ar. Inch In length with no appreciable
t1. We will good prices low
give on
'loa.' _... _....- breadth whatever the number required you grade cc&
9 :;0 a ..., I1.Y -- 4S --:- to compose a continuous line of the flooring. Come and get our prices. fc\

;.. Ar WiJmaKh.. size above mentioned H almost incalculable -
t 53
a m
10 00 a""m I 4 ZIt P m Lv w1'--ocmot' h. f n a a 4 15 P" Their pace is. of rour=e. very .
tLv fsJow. and upon meeting an obstacle. same" approved October 6, 1903.beand line drawn at right
I0 It a _, Z i P --Sa"anu RiYer.u.-Ly 9 SS a ID 412.m1)'JO such! as a stick! or stone they will the same are hereby amended so avenue from a point aag os

a .14 3O p m.LY Norwood- L. 9 w aIDS 51 p mLO eif-er writhe over or around It. sometimes as to read as follows: side of Ohio avens

m i mlAr I .Kayo.-u'._..._._L.. j breaking Into two bodies for this "Section 1. Horses niules. hogs to the northern bonazdrt
4. -- 9 U
S 4S
Ie a p a m P m and goats shall not be allowed to run street, as it now
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19 40 a mr rtLv! _u__ -to u.-I 1 1 purpose. at large upon any of the streets alleys right angles to said Ohb

ml altos__ r-.. i SI Guerin-SIeneville. a celebrated lanes or unenelosed property of feet to White str a
to 50 a (4------A 1-...._ Ap_ French naturalist said that if the rear
"'" and that ion
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10 .. a fa' the City of Lire Oak cows in said City ?.. Ttve
h-5 tl 05 a m I Ar----.... Y$o.r. ._ .-.- L.'I I portion of thi wonderful snakelike shall not be allowed to run at large Ida, excepting thereto* *,
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with
i'v Ar. .. procession be brought Into contact upon any of the streets lanes or across the northers uaT-
U 10 a m: C C: p m --- ;t- ----- 9 31 a m I 40 P m the front part and a sort of circle public highways of the said City or Parshley family Dr-- *

1-;, 1Iit+ a m! cUp.. Ly "'--rr-----Ar'j. 30am 325pm I formed the Insects will keep moving other unenclosed premises within which is Included la grid

... I Lv--.-_---.Salt Y' 2S a ID S 15 asAso'.a 1 i round in that circle for boars without the following boundary in said Cityof and within the Iron, ftc
Z. 4 S p
U m
a m. P '
Live Oak. Florida to-wit: said burial
< apparently noticing that they are getting grounds.
., LI 4o a m:. 1p_.L.-- 2 a -Ly 8 o. a m Z W Pili 1,I no -forrader" on their journey. If Beglnnlg at a point where Irvin Section IL That taut

SI a m a- 17 p s I LY- u_ .---Lv. 9 00 a m 2 3S p m6 ; the procession be broken In two. tbe and First streets Intersects. and proceedings shall he inset
U 1 south to where Irvin and name of the
nlng City
1 ot Ltr.Ort
mr Kee..e.- T-V. portions will reurltel:1 a short time. run-I k
.. a S 27 P mIL. 1. 8 53 a m Z 20 P" roll streets intersect thense cordance with the prortateTg
I The ; when they
I ml'v I: __ Fenho"syy_ ___...Ly, 845 Z 10 J, Norwegian peasants Houston street. thence south Statutes in such case made ;
: a 111' m2D
'&" 16 a 3 35 P ; tI p 1 1L f meet one of these trains will Lay some
ml I Houston street to John street thence tided, for the purpose of
ILT _. _
-L.. : article of their clothing, such as a belt
a m a U p. su 833a.I35P m east on John street to Church street out the provisions of gam,*

14 ra So p_:M- _---Perry_-- _.____L. 8SO: a sc, lO pm !I or handkerchief on the ground In front thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance.
.' of It. If the procession pass es over it poration line thence east on corpora- Section III That this

k. y It is regarded as a good sIgn. but if It tion line to White street thence shall take effect >tpoa Its p
(a) Telcvnzii or Telephone Su'_:im. (f* Flag Station (r) Register U Regular Sco (a) |I I makes a way round the reverse la be- north on White street to Howard the Council and approve
'. ..e7 Sat'a T P. ALSTON. Superin'endent. 1 lieved. street thence east on Howard streetto Mayor, or upon its beeosiS

KJUS. Geaera u Aiceot. +1 a point opposite Georgia avenue ordinance without tie tcprewi

f __ FAIR PLAY. thence north to and along Georgia Mayor..
avenue to the northeast fOrner of Introduced hy Alderman K
Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson, and
passed to >
AIi oat *
Flea That I. Respected by
r TO THEJAMESTOWN All 0..._ of Me tt ence due north along section line Council in regular nesses. ,"
to a point opposite Fifth street, on this 8th day of April, Alit
There is an appeal ta which nearlyall thence west to and along Fifth streetto CHAS.H.BStm
classes of teen give heed-let as Atlantic Coast Line railroad President CltT Ca
tire fair play. You may address a thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:

fKbooifnl of mischievous boys on the Coast Line railroad to First street, S. P. MAYS City Clerk

beauties of goodness, on tbe evils of thence west along First street to I, S: P. Mays City Cferl <
crm-lty or harshness to their fellows. point of beginning.. City of Live Oak. Florida tote

; and they will laugh at you. EihortaI "Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above sad b&

Exposition I t I! .")!)* to avoid any abstract evil or the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 vas regihrftj
. to'o.r: and appeals to follow any ab- Marshal or policeman of the said I ed by the City Council OR the Ii'I
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( strat virtue w:II sem: hazy to almost City to take possession of and placein of April A D. 1907 tM Oei
auy collection of ordinary healthy and a pound to be provided for that 'I Is hereby certified to tit X !this
purpose any horse mule hog or goat approval !
lusty boys. but if their sense of
via the young found Witness hand aM mall
by him or them running at my !
".' fair play be addressed there is a ready
large upon any of the streets, alleys. City this 8th day ot-Apdt. !
r' f i response highways or other unenclosed property 1907.Seal 11
(Jo among a crowd of wharfingers or within said City, and likewise ) S. P.ft*
: AtlanticCoastLinePeople $' longshoremen or the roughest and most take possession of and place in said GE|&
reckless sailors. who have neither pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved,
+| home nor principles of any sort and running at large on any of the streets this 9th day of April A. KWM.
talk to them of the things of tLe beador alleys lanes public highways or E. BEOOMiK

of the heart. and they will think other unenclosed property of said
the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur
all Florida
over see City of Live
that yon are a harmless but quite fn- Oak within the bound-
ple Folder" for schi iL s to the Jamestown Expos on. Two I tHe specimen from crankdom. Try to aries prescribed in Section I hereof." C. W. 'VILSO.TA.ILO'. _

trains each with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. s"rafcea in them a horror of the brutality "Section VII. For catching and
daily way, 1 of their usual life, speak in moving impounding stock under this ordinance -

I terms of the force and beauty of kind- the City Marshal shall be en- 4-
titled to the following fees
; Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets 11! ne M a nr polite nf virtue and civilized or of any society attributeof and For catching impounding, namely horses: Tailoring done at RobenstealS. .

mules and cows fifty cents per head antee store. Prompt emee-3
on sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. way of life, and you will be solicitingthe goats thirty cents per head hogs one

Coach excursions at low rates. winJ talking ty a statue shoutingin dollar per head. Tor feeding and tlon guaranteed. |j jA

,, very I the desert Bat in the most uncouth taking care of such stock while In
For further information see railroad assemblage an I in the vilest haunt tn pound for
your nearest agentor horses mules and cows he .-. ,... ... .
write Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent At the English speaking world mention shall receive forty cents per day per i.fi.. ..Ui4.; .,. ; f
I fair play and found your argument tead each, for hogs or goats ten cents "
lanti Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. tin-1 your pea on that: basis, and the per day per head each; for advertising 4itdr..a; so't -
effect U instant and eloquent-Philadelphia and selling such animals be shall .
Lodper receive the sum of fifty cents for
horses,'mules or cows per head and LIQUID COLD
for bogs or goats the sum of twenty-
Live Oak Perry & Gulf Overloaded. five cents per head each. The word -AIIDLAXATIVE ,
Corned bee hush
as made by Sen- "bog" under this ordinance shall be ,
..tor Hannu cook was very popular taken to include "pigs" COM

RailrQad Company. in Wash:uzt"n several years ago.: Section Ha That this Ordinanceshall
Wbvii the bead: : waiter of the seaate take effect immediately upon
i iiarant w:, ted hash prepared very Its passage by the Council and
Schedule Effective, April 7, 1007.s Carefully he oruereJ it this way: One proval by the Mayor as to mules ap-,

corued beef hash for Senator llaaaa. horses goats and hogs but shall not

':"", LSSTBOLKD EAST BOC..Ols'r. One day wheu the! restaurant was doing go into effect as to cows until 60 days THE

.CLASS 20.. 1sT. CLASS 2D. CLASS a heavy business almost everybody from its passage by the City CounciL NEW
Mail hue&-'Fn.CLASSI' Mail 8t Pauca Pa.s D \and seemed to want corued beef hash. Passed by City Council in regular
Pasa, Ira' I Papa Pass ger : ger Paaa.Na1 "Corned beet hash for Senator lIauna"bad session this 8th day of April A. D. IDEAw

Nw s. Na 3. c' r-ii--ra I 12 :, No 4.3uoday been ordered fourteen times. 1907 CHAS. H. BROWN,
Daily ez Daily :SundQ Sunday Daily ex.Dal17. President City Council.
When
the
Only I Su&da7. Kz Sun: only only Su da7.f rteentb order went dDwn Attest
'' to the kitchen the chef shouted."That's : S. P. MAYS
City Clerk.
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AId_ P. [ P. x. A 1L : 1
Leave Leave \ Leave Arrive I Arrive Arrive Arrive fifteen orders for Senator 1, S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the TIM lad t i.wr a
aoo 1 30 Z'404...__..__...._,U. Oak_......_............. 430. S 50, 10 001 t 40it Hanna He'd better watch oat or he'll City of Live Oak Florida do
43i ..._.. ......Rocky ................. 16 38 1a hereby
48 ................ Starr.. ......... ........ 12 34: 1 i founder hlsself. certify that the above and foregoing "A Cold or a Couth aearll
i + im.:................ ...Mereer L-.......... ... I i. i 8 ii; i Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- ducea constipation-the.+ +I
-.._._.._...._::..._ .................. 03 Notice to Our Customers. ed by the City Council and throat iatte+dri
04, ..._.__ ........ ............. ... 18 : SoWe on the 8th day eye*. DOM
.' L. Ii 391 Ar 2 W AI' a..., ....._.....__ Doheir Park ........,... ..... Ly 3 Lv t 18 Lv Ii 40 are pleased to announce that of April. A. D. 190. and the same of the system throne*. vf'For
Ar 8 45Lv 4 W Ly 4101......._...... Dowhag Park ..m.hm"m Ar 3 L. S 10 AI' t 13 AI' Ii 12 Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs I Is hereby certified to the Mayor for the want of molstaw**
850+ 45 4154 _Chancel_.... ; his an odir
Nearly
8 a 531 i7 : S2 57 I{ 4 4 17 :::::::=:::::=:.-Hare-.-.---. Junction..........::::.::::':..-..::::: i : :! : :; i : colds and lung troubles is not affected approvalWitness my hand and seal of said dry are and constipating hard.HONEY,espe r dire

a 8001 .A.r 421))_.........__...._.........Day_..............-_. 0...... Lv 90O r by the National Pure Food City this 8th day of April A. D. Optalos. Koenody's Latadtaw
a a 00 Lv 4.... ...._......... .....--'Day------- ... 1 2i; a 00!Ar 8 $5if T $8 Drug law it contains bowels. ooas +s
9 I 44I-------000. .......... ...... .Silo................-.-.-.-.-.-.-.....- a 454;' 849, 7 :IiIi as no and.. 1907.Seal Tar
1 061 521 ..................._Townaead ..... ....._........ 401 8 45, T otter harmful drugs and we ) S. P. MAYS,
:.._.._....._...... ..Smith ....-...: .....__...._ m l F 830, 7 KENNEDY
Ii 42.r 1Ni i 27 ............. .__Fenhollowa7----- -- --- i 12 8 15 i e mend it as a safe remedy for child Examined City Clerk.
10 OSI ....._Per i_....... .............. 80I 6Arlo ren and adults. City d-w.1 and approved by me
ZIi AI' 6 2O.4r; 4 16 .......oo __.-Hamptos Spnllo&.............. Ly Z U L. S 4i L. '7 45. L. 41 a Pharmacy. this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907 AllY
M. t P. K. i P. M. I A.. M.. t P. M. I A.. M.. I A.. 1L3LiYO M. E. BROOME. LAX
ORDINANCE. :)( Mayor.

AXD ALTON LRANCII.WFa1T An Ordinance to amend Sections I ORDINANCE tvur.alti'
1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the An Ordinance XO. 57. T TBV
City of Live Oak. Florida being an establishing providing for the
opening and
"
extending
WUNI EAST B.)UND Ordinance entitled An ordinance to of Wilbur street in the *
Cold
City of Live Relieves yS
prohibit the running at large on the Oak
,
., FTt. Frt. PuMa Paaaea ] Flt & ; Yrt &jPa..ea .Paaae streets of tbe City of Live Oak, of Ohio Florida avenue from the east side of of tho system throng"a *

Paa< Papa, : lL'' 1--1----1-Pa.a. ;,: Pua.I} gar gee horses mules hogs and goats and street In White'eastward Addition to White tbebowes... COeL' 11y

No..'I. Na I IJ'lo.' Marls, No.. So I No.18. I No..14. i j No..15,. to provide for the impounding and City ten hundred and thirty-Two ReBevea thColit .
Daily Daib' "aadySandas'' Daily i DailJl' ISunday Sl aday disposing of the same" passed nOU feet strengthening
!> ex.SaL S1lL 0a11I' Ooh 1; u..SUII eft.Sna / Only I_OnbA. September 30th. 1903. and approved (50) feet In. width.City said .street to be aft y th e tluostcbsll5ag'

;. M.. P. M.. A. M.. P. M. A. K. I P. M. I A.. M. I P. K. October 6th. 1903. Be It Ordained by the l Croy j /
r;. Leave !.aYe Lsav Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arriv. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Mayor and
It 10 440 It to I SO' ..............jtayoJanetioa7 $8'I 3 :! I 8 Wi Z er City Council of the City of Live Oak Council of the Cft1' of UTe Oak Ilana' ,
8 ,; t S: 953 543..park. 719 1 OJ 8 1 5! Florida: Lungal
334$ 506 10 01 I Iii .._..............._Petetwa_................. 727)) % $ 832! 1 42k Florida: 1, That rrets.d U
10 00. :3e'a 19 16 6 05'.............._.....-Data..... ..0............,a '7 15. Z 4(18/ 38 1 30 Section la. That Section 1. Sec the Catty Wilbur street In E Mi Tar Cs
:; wl010lAr I 40:Arli 2S 115 ,...__...........___Ahoa ___......._........L. 700 Lv I 30 Lv 8 lC11L.l ZIt lion 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance of UTe Oak. Florida. as It ** y
t. No. 16 now stands be opened extended and tptrt ap M=tis.ao.ewd 0
of _
s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and the City of Live Oak. established from the eastern ratory of s.O.D.W l>a 0'e
aide
Florida being an ordinance entitled Ohio of
from Live Oa, and Perry. For In formation as to connections with "An ordinance to prohibit the run In width avenue at in said alel fifty feet Sold by

otter lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent 'phone 1'7. Dow- ning at large on the streets of the OhIo right with said -
avenUe
ling Building. Live Oak. City of Lire Oak. of horse, mules In White's._Addiltoa eastward to White street
Fogs and and to to the said City
goats, provide
THOS. DOWLJXQ PresidentR.. P. HOPKINS. Gen. Pass. Agent. the impounding and disposing of the for or of Live which Oak the northern boundary FOIEYSIt

s .sald extension shall be, a Iopa the cpugh


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"Ll\E O.utDAILY DEMOCRA.r.-: THURSDAY .MAY 2, 19O7. .' _


Atlantic County. LYLE CASH: WILL CO3IE UP TODAY r

I Before the house cor&nittee,on city CLINTON & Mnl -

AARDJAirline I and county organization last night a
I I Ii
hearing was given on Mr. Parkin-i Dan Styles Convicted of Murder in

son's bill creating Atlantic countyout ;!i Wall Superior Court. \

of the present county of Volnsia i!! Waycross, Ga.. May 1.-Dan Styles Ii I rWholesale -

Railway. with Daytona as county site. The i i charged with murdering Wilson Hill
bill is strongly opposed his and RetailDealersinFlori
by colleague I both negroes was convicted this -

Mr. Morrison, and by Senator 1 afternoon in superior court with a I I
If Sams who the I
Camden Southern Pines represents district : recommendation to mercy. The de-
Columbia, which Volusia; county comprises.The I; fendant's attorneys made a motion : -

a..1eigb'; Richmond Washington, Baltimore, arguments before the committee !: for a new trial. I

Philadelphia and New Y or + were decidely warm. Two members : The retrial of Harry Lyle. charged

of the committee were absent-:Mr. ,; with the murder of his wife and child da and Western

: McCutcheon. of Pasco and Mr. I i was tried last week, a misrital being

ELEOflNT TRfllNS\ DOILY I Dudley who asked to be execused :s:[the result.

,TWO on account of an attack of acute in- I

digeston but asked that his vote ,, .a 1b1EAT

Seaboard Mail ,! be recorded against the measure, say I| Application was made here today I

board Express ;+: ing that he was against county division i by Dixie Colbert a Chickasaw Indian -

... on principle. In a speech in the I to sell part of his own allot-
+ house he had called attention to the ment and
parts of the allotments of
I Phone 24.
Modern : Pullman : Equipment. i effect the creation of new counties I five of'his children adjoining 'the I .

: would have upon apportionment of town site of Sulphur 734 acres in

++ representation of the legislature. Action i all, for townsite purposes. In the application -Promdt delIverIesanywhere

was postponed until this mornIng -j to make the sale it is set
I II i
'6 Jamestown Exposition Line i and it Is conceded that the Atlantic I forth that Colbert and his childrenare in the

county bill will be reported I to receive $72,495 in cash for

NORFOLK, VA. I either unfavorably or without recom- !I the land they want to sell.-:Muskogee -

mendation. In either case, as in the i i (I. T.) correspondence Kansas City.The

Excursion Tickets on S** le Daily Pinellas county matter, the fight will i City Times.

be carried to the floor of the house

L- ii upon the merits of the bill. Irrespective [ Wonderful Eczema Cure. The Fairbanks Boom.

11r full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agentjgeabokrd of the action of the committee. "Our little boy had 'eczema for .1 I Mr. Fairbanks is both nurse and
r
or write years," writes X. A. Adams. I enrietta. nursed. A neat-fitting nurse's cup

ItDOTLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville.. Fla.fuilIlM"1"1" i Pa. "Two of our home doctors I is hardly needed to complete the
The Life Insurance said the case was hopeless his lungs i i'I solicitons make-up with which he at-
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muddle has started the public to''' being affected. We then employed I tends to his own presidential boom.

thinking. The wonderful success that 'I other doctors but no benefit resulted. His boom really dught to be called

j 11111. i. . , I I.' , p , , has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin I By chance we read about Electric only a ripple; there is nothing loud-

its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, Bitters; bought a bottle and soon sounding about Mr. Fairbanks. With

BUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT Bronchitis,and all Pulmonary troubles I I I nticed improvement. We continuedthis I cat-like tread he passed from one

1 -has started the public. to think- medicine until several bottles meeting to another in Chicago the

'* is not restricted in the scope of Its patronage. It is ing of this wonderful preparation. were used when our boy was completely ; I other day, winding up with an ad-

I broad enough to accommodate all and They are all usin; it. Join the pro- cured. Best of all blood dress to the university students,

cession and down with sickness. medicines and body building health : whom he thrilled by affirming his

ARE ITS PATRONS: Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold by tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & I belief that "knowledge is power."-

iBERE-The young folks with their small savings. Suwanee Drug Co. d-w Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w I New York Evening Post.

.- breadwinner, striving to accumulate a fundto : Stop Grumbling. *
Marrie at Zena, Florida. Massachusetts is trying to arouse ,
procure a home, pr a competency for old age. -If you suffer from Rheumatism or
At the home of Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. her public school pupils to interest in
for the convenience afforded
well-to-do and for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill
3.- pains
the F.
and state
forestry, forester !
Mathis Sunday April 21st was
the income provided. on relief. It is
bring quick
W. Rane has sent out to school asure
the of the'most beautiful wed- every :
I 4-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.. scene superintendent in the state a circular i cure for Sprains Rheumatism Con-
ding of the season when Miss Irene
tracted Muscles and all and
pains-
desiraa-
BANK Live Oak Florida i Mathis and Mr.. Geo. A. Chewing were letter setting forth the i
FIRST NATIONAL within the reach of all. Price 25c,
further education the child
united in the bonds of wedlock bility of
holy ;
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50c, $1.00. C. R. Smith Tenaha.
l'
in for trees He offers
ren caring
.
officiat-
C. EL Jackson notary public, j '
Tex., writes: 1 have used Ballard's'Snow
seedlings and seed of white pine .
ing.
Liniment in my family for years
white ash. red beech chest
spruce
Miss Irene is one of Lafayette'ssweetest I and have found it a fine remedy for 1
nut and acorn trees on payment of ;
and most popular young :all pains and aches. I recommend it !S
ladies loved and admired by all who the actual expense of digging and ex- for pains in the chest." Sold by Su- i

know her. She was formerly of Live press charges. I wannee Drug Co. d-w

Oak. and has made this her home
Best Fiend .1
only a short while but has won the My Inland Waterways.We .
Alexander Benton who lives on
0 hearts of all who know her.
Rural Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y., have simply failed to realize 1
= Hi.H. 1 ft *' HMI Mr Chewing is one of Lafayette'smost ';
says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the possiblities of these three or four
handsome and popular mer-
best earthly friend. It cured me trunk streams their innumerable
my
< s'aa.a .acs chants and postmaster who by his
1 of asthma six years ago. It has also tributaries and the smaller rivers =
cultured disposition and refining
t performed a wonderful cure of In- which Providence has planted as '
manner has won the respect of
For SicK Livers the entire territory. wife. The first bottle ended the ter- potential highways in nearly every
rible cough and this accomplished, state in the union. We have Instead -
:May their life be as gentle as the
the other symptoms left one by one permitted the annual appro-
rippling of silent waters, and may
until she was perfectly well. Dr. priation for rivers and harbors to degenerate i
A PURELY VEGETABLE nothing arise to disappoint them. We
King's New Discovery's power over into a mad scramble for
wish them all the happiness that can
-COMPOUND coughs and colds is simply marvelous. 'local favors, the upshot of which is
come to married life.
No other remedy has ever influenced more by political pressureor
CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.SIA. While we regret very much to lose equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar- favoritism than considerations of
QUICKLY CURES MALARIA. CHILLS and this bright young couple. out of our
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clay & Groover druggists. 50c and the national welfare. 'these river
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. circle of young folks we con-
1A GUARANTEED $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w 'i systems should be, today, auxiliaries
CURE for all diseases produced by them in the highest man-
gratulate
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- I to the railroads of the country. They

ichu d today may save you a tick spell tomorrow. ner. ONE WHO WAS PRESENT. Since 1895 the revenues and sur- should be more. Furnishing cheap

plus of the government have gradually I transportatiin to finished or crude
Do You Love
CURED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER increased; at that time the revenue products to the ports of the Gulf of
ALL jour baby! You wonder why he Mexico those on either the At-
OTHER MEDICINES FAILED was $50,500,000 and the surplus or
cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
Mrs. W. A. WhitrweH. Emory. Tex., will $5,400.000: while in '1906 the re- lantic or the Pacific coast they
t writes: "My child had chills and fever Vermifuge and he never cry. venue was $102,000.000 and the sur- should, a decade ago, have constituted -
(or four We tried all kinds of :Most babies have worms and the
years. checkmate against the rapacious -
plus $20,000,000. It is by such progress a
E medicine,and Easily an acquaintance of mothers don't know it. White's lInes.AtIlanta
of the rail -
mine recommended Herbine. We used and stability as these figures aggression
Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
three bottles, and the child is now com: indicate that Mexico has been able Constitution.
worms and cleans out its 'system in I
pletery I
cured. You hire my permission to create an international highway
y to publish this testimonial as I cheer- a pleasant way. Every mother should the If You Don't **
across her isthmus for commerceof
rally recommend Herbine to mil mother bottle of this medicine in the
keep
a
hiving children afflicted. mine." the world, and to acquire controlof II:succeed the first time use Her bine
house. With it fear need never enter
[UHE BOrnE 50e GET THE GElTCIlfZMIURD S.OO miles of railroads which 'and you will get instant relief. The
her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su-
traverse her territory and serve as greatest liver regulator. A positivecure
SNOW LINIMENT CO. wannee Drug Co. d-w feeders to this International high for Constipation, DyspepsIJ.Ialaria .,

N ST. LOUIS U.s.A. way.J.. :\ Chills and all liver com-

Basket Supper.A plaints. Mr. Cof Emory Texas,

writes: "My wife has been using,Her-
OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY will be given by
basket
supper M. Scanlon, a well-known writer -
: blne for herself and children for five
Suwannee"Drug Company the new church at Suwannee on the of San Francisco, posses as the years. It is a sure cure for constipation -
of May 11, to which everybody -
evening
the Pacific
most unlucky man on and malaria fever which is sub-
I is invited and a good time is coast. He has established thirteen what it has done for
stantiated by
P O4 L&IIATION. man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4. to I
I guaranteed dailies and weeklies in California family." Sold by Suwannee Drug
my
I at7 7 given that at the fill unexpired term caused by re- I A splendid program of music and that have failed. He says that every Co. d-w

$ Election of the moval from Wards and resignation I, recitations has been arranged for the check he receives is either unsignedor

to Oat.Tfei Suwannee County, of incumbents. occasion. The committee on arrange- undated. The only lucky eventof Times Xot Getting Worse.No .

on the first Tues- I Given under hand and seal ments is :Mrs. Fred Mikell. Mrs. M. his life occurred while he was a
my
1107at the C. Barrow and Mrs. Erie Kight. private in the Confederate army. one indeed can view the spiritual -

'amber,and in manner and the 21st. day of March.. D. 1907. The girls and ladies will all bring While kneeling behind a low earth- life of the time without feeling

tre rrbed by law, the folomceis I (Seal) M. E. BROOMS baskets and the gentlemen are all work a cannonhall struck the top of ttat .it is one of high activity and
Mayor City of Live Oak. not of somnolence. This combined'with
of said be hand looking their
to expected to on the embankment, covering him with
be I
Toted for Suwannee County. Florida. the practical testimony that we
and
elect,
dirt and debris. "If I had been an
L M7or_ a Cork, Treasurer Attest: best.Don't forget the date-May 11. upright young man I would have been tare in all that we are doing both

tilled by same person; I S. P. MAYS. Clerk. killed" he repeated saluting his sup- in an official and an unofficial" capa-

or; a Marshal and Live Oak. Florida. s A Xarow Escape. erior oflBcer. Friday he regards with city for the general uplift, must bring

tor,IIlled by same peruderman I G. W. Cloyd a merchant of Plunk, I much suspicion. comfort and assurance that whatever

from Ward "' +*) 44 l4I.. Mo., had a narrow escape four years I Ii I shape passing developments take,
A from Ward No. ago, when he ran a jimson bur into there is no decrease of real faith of
from \ : DR. CHAS. E.: TAYLOR. ; real of cheerful endeavor, of
,Ward No, 3; his thumb. He says: "The doctor i Disturbed the Congl't'gatlon.The hope
trom who disturbed the congregation high resolve and no diminutoin of
Ward No. 4; wanted to amputate it but I would :- person :

.iri War4 No, 5; an | VETERINARY.sOlicits jj not consent. I bought a box of Buck- last Sunday by continualy the spirit of human brotherhood. And

City at Large; 'len'a Arnica Salve and that cured the coughing is requested to buy a bottleof I tnis surely is to have the face set

tee, to fill ex= at ..residence_your' Phone patronage(3 rings-Office) 148 i'> dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay I Foley's Honey and Tar. City Pharmacy toward the light. IndianapolisNews.

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BERNARD BROCK RELEASED. MIND DISASTER. I Miss Surasky:Weds Mr. H. Coffin. -
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This afternoon,:.at 'three o'clock. .t
Justice Porter Deems Evidence Insufficient Three or More Are Known to Have Mr. H. Coffin will be married to Miss I NOTICE ;1
,. to Hold Him. .
Been Killed and
Others Fatally Katie Suraskl at,the residence of the '

(Jacksonville Metropolis.) Injured. bride's father, the Jewish priest from ; To Contractors and Prospective Builders:

Bernard G. Brock the young man Charleston W. Va., May 1.-Three Jacksonville } tlng at the cere .

who shot and killed F. W. Mills his men were killed four were seriouslyand mony. The' Jewish wedding ceremony I THE LIVE OAK BRICK &SUPWGI[ (
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brother-in-law Monday night was four othres are entombed and will be. observed, the, couple I
released this morning at 10 o'clockby probably dead as a result of a mine standing under.a large canopy pre
-Justteo, Benjamin Porter of the disaster at the Whipple mines in the pared for the occasion.} Elaborate I will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Bui1dq':

South Jacksonville district. Leap creek district this afternoon.The preparations.have been made for the Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. ,

The coroner's Jury making the Inquest three dead men, whose bodies occasion and .a:grand time will be
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick Ask
worked on the case the greater have been recovered are: H. Burgess had during the remainder of the ferp"
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part of yesterday and in the after- motorman; Erastus Wiley a evening. Mr. Saul'Coffin, brother of I

noon rendered a verdict to the effect sprinkler and Ira Kelly a driver. the groom,.is, In.the: city.as a visitor !
The Live Oak Brick &
that Mills came to his death from a The men missing who are supposedto to.Attend ,the .wedding! ,".. ?. .j,':- I uANALYZED
gunshot wound Inflicted by BernardG. be dead are: Robert Armstrong
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Brock. The Jury charged no Raleigh Tucker Charles Burgess and Don't Pay 1- Alimony." I'' i :IIIIJ 1 1'1 1:1'1: :: I !HAll

crime against Brock but simply held William Wilton a negro. -To be divorced from your appendix. I

kim! responsible for the deed. Four injured men who were takento 'II ere will be ne occasion for it if you
After the Jury had rendered a decision the state miners' hospital at Mc- keep your bowels regular with Dr. I f

.in he case Justice Porter Kendree were Henry Milton, King's New Life Pills. Their action ,

ordered Brock brought before him for white:a stable boss and three un- Is so gentle that the appendix never

a preliminary trial. The evidence known white men. has cause to make the least -com-I

was gone over again and strongly The mine where the explosion plaint. Guaranteed by =

\ supported the defendant In his pleaof occurred is a shaft 40 I feet deep. It Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try
self-defense in defending his .mother has two openings and belongs to the them. d-w I

from the assault made on her in Dixson interests, who also own the
her home by Mills, and in defense of
stuart mine, where an explosion occurred ORDIVAXCE XO 38.
himself when he (Brock) believedhis I I last January that killed eigh- An Ordinance amending Section

own life to be in danger. Mills ty-six men. Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11, be-
tad attacked Mrs. Brock and knocked The explosion this afternoon oc- ing entitled "An ordinance fixing the
her down just before young Brock curred about 3:30 o'clock in the salary to be received by the officers
of the City of Live Oak, Florida," ap-
fired the fatal shot about
main return heading 1,200
proved October 6, 1903.
After careful summing up the feet from the foot of the shaft. Be It Ordered
by the Mayor and over the U. S. and in foreign countries the remarkable
testimony. Justice Porter decided Many of those who escaped were City Council of the City of Live Oak. popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the atteDJ
that the evidence" was Insufficient t" slightly and some seriously injured, Florida tioa sad.in some eases the eritieiam of He.lth tad Pure Food Anther '
Section 1. That Section Three (3> 't4. a direet eueaeguraea Coca-CoJa baa been careful y nbnd.aeery
bold the young man for the actionof but all will recover. Issac' Pelter, $155105 h th. -
most st
eminent ,
of Ordinance No. 11 df the City of ehemists $od ne+*r ia=
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Ma
the grand jury: and taking theca the mine boss, who was left in the Live Oak, Florida, being an ordin- f.dmgs is that a deaogstor'THERE report IS ABSOLUTEL bees returned.T NOTHING le fae.thi IN COCA OLA
<*e under advisement from yester- mine closing up the air courses in an ance entitled "An ordinance fixing ANY MORE HARMFUL THAN FOUND IN TEA OB COITES.'"*

day afternoon he'ordered Brock's re effort to force fresh air to those re- I the salary to be received by the of- Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Jacfcso.vHfe,Fta.
lease. maining in the mine, was expected ficers of the:City of Uve Ook Flor-
Speaking of the case regarding his ida," approved October 6. 1903 b
to follow his men out, but HP to a
and the Same is hereby amended so'as _
action Justice Porter said today that late hour nothing further has been to read as follows 1

he did what he deemed right and heard of him. (Section 3,) The t City Marshal

his duty was to find if there was The Whipple mine is located with- shall receive a salary of sixty-five _.-- .. l..iWare
probable cause againsf the defendantto in two miles of the Stuart mine Dollars per month as; City Marshal } ,
and the sum of Ten Dollars
hold him for the killing, which he which exploded '\Tawjary 29, killing month as Sanitary Inspector of per the
considered there was not. eighty men. Both mines are City of Live Oak Florida. -' '
The action of Justice Porter does owned by the White Oak Fuel Company Section II. That this Ordinanceto
not prevent the case being taken up The mine is one of'the best take effect immediately upon its aiming at C'
by the grand jury. However this is passage and approval:by the Mayor, -
equipped in this field and baa always Passed by the City Council 'this 3
not considered to be at all probable been considered safe. 22nd day of April, A. D. 1907.

under the circumstances. Ed Melton was taken out of the CHAS. H. BROWN

mine alive, but died on reaching the i AttestPres.. City Council. FOR OUR .
I S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
COTTOX SEED FOR REPL.\crISG.oooo surface. The cage and shaft was
I. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
damaged, but was in operation at 9

::, Tons Will Be Placed on the o'clock tonight and the work of taking herecertify Sunday School Jan. 1 1
Market. the bodies will continue ,
: out going Ordinance No. f 8 was regulary ,
ontgomery. Alabama. May 2. throughout the night. passed by the City Council on the
,the efforts of Commissionerof The cause of the explosion is not 22nd day of April. 1907. and the We B
TS rough Must Miss
same is hereby certified to the .. Not
but the resultof
known probably
Agriculture Wilkinson, the South- was Mayor for his approvaL ,
ern Cotton Oil Company has consented the firing of a heavy shot at the Witness my hand and seal of safdqty. *

to put on the market 5,000 tons face of the workings." i- .. this .April l. ,22, 1907. 1
seed now en, routeto (Seat) S. P.iMAYS' ,
of cotton
-10"Jkontgomery to meet the scarcity of Little Frank Sherwood is slightly Examined* and approved. City by me Clerk.'this | S. P,; NAYS, Superint _,
after a' serious ill
seed for replanting in the state. They improving very 3rd day of April 1907. ,
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.; for $28 per ton. ness of two weeks. M. E. BROOME
are to be sold, Mayor.
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