Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00075
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rf the Proposed ,ConstitaU 1 tt' t J : ''z C. H. Brown Chap, Tedder, Thos. '

Have Thus far Ii: Dowling and W. G. Hair Buy Fine -t

Joda SeUte and Houseiky South Florida PropertyA j!

jj Last week the gigantic railroad, saw mill. lumber -

irlda wrestled with one and timber land deal aggregatinghalf

Question, pensions, and a million dollars was consummated :-t.

representatives with two, i i4r at the DeSoto hotel this morning f
r id u e Voe:. The Questions l I between a party of the most .
1 5 lor the reason that they prominent financiers in the state. }i

doofl wider to sentiment Thomas Dowling. president of the .,
than any other which Dowling Lumber and Naval Stores .;>t-

jsgijnnte bodies in this ., Company of Live Oak; C. H. Brown ;

corporations. Not :." t, president of the First National Bankof

'house necessarily acts Live Oak; W. G. Hair, a lumber J

. or from sentiment magnate of Live Oak. and C. H. Ted- t

I these Issues, but because -Donaheu in Cleveland Plain Dular.F der formerly of Life Oak vice 1-

, fact present questions sub- president of the Tampa and Havana !

Lumber Company were the purchasers _j
pi tie ones mainly involved, STETSON CHARTER AMENDMENT. THIRTY-ONE DEAD. -
a .tendency to cause CIRCUIT COURT TODAY from the Muller Lumber' Company,
all of its holdings.
ordinary :
j si well as other Passes House-Everglade Committee And Nine Injured in Wreck of New
of the The holdings purchased by these _
sometimes t
tea* sight
I Makes Report. York and Fennsylvan
"i involved* gentlemen consist of a large saw and -t

week of Tallahassee May 13.-The Stetson THE GRAND AND PETIT JURORS Santa Barbara Cal., May 12.- planing mill plant and railroad at J
bejini the seventh -
f charter bill introduced by Knight of SWORN IN THIS MORNING Thirty-one dead and a score injured, Odessa, Fla., and from F. E. Muller .t
1907 and both houses ,
i of Columbia, passed the 'house this tonight comprise the cascualties of the same gentlemen purchased be- ,

r coats off, metaphorically uiorniiig oy a vote or 34 to 15. the wreck at Honda yesterday of the tween fifty and sixty thousand acres ft
the results to date It
But It is identically the same bill as the ( Ismailia special train of New York of timber land in Hlllsborough coun- ;
have been general- CASE SET( EORAETRNaON :
Humphrey's bill which was killed in and Pennsylvania nobles of the ty. :1
: Of the bills which
g the senate Saturday.On Mystic Shrine who were returning It Is understood that the price paid '-A
I both houses and received
account of the illness of Re- home from the annual' meeting of for the property purchased ranges. \1

s signature, a probees presentative 'Dudly, of Hillsboro. the A Number of Cases Have Been transferred the imperial council of the Ancient somewhere between four and five .:,
in their na-
Tampa fair bill waa not made special to the Criminal,Court of Arabic Order of the Nobles of the hundred ,thousand. dollars. The new

t ef tie general laws, none order for Wednesday as intended Record-Light Docket Mystic Shriners at Los Angeles. The purchasers', war continueto: operate -,
e't ftach importance as to
i The Joint committee submitted report ? train carrying 145 Shriners and all the business they "have boughtand .
from center to circum- '
i" on Everglade drainage operations friends from Ismailia Temple, Buf- wilt"greaut enlarge Che mill

>iii the most import- commending manner in which The spring term ofthe circuit falo; Rajah temple,Reading Pa., and p nta.to meet growing demands for j
rter passed has been the county, convened
work1 has been wiled on, but was Court for Suwannee neighboring cities.was.rtishingnorthward' lumber.It ., -
meed in the house by M>: i ii at #ea'ock
this Judge
silent'as'to recommendations 'for orsza *. fifty miles an hour on the ,Is1 also understood thatthegentlemeii i

_of darn ehalnnaat j.>f then !nst continuing;>> the-work.: Palmer on the bench. **4 Southern Pacific coast line when the .intend. to 'at' once extend the "
ssagprpI!floe 'i thoiraliro The Jurors were called and all represent '
locomotive struck a defective,.switch railroad from Odessa to Tampa or

d 'commissioners to Bryan Victim'of Cousin Creditor. but one who afterward came at the sand-swept sea-coast.sldlng.pt some other"point pa the gulf to Insure -
cousel. 'Opposed to In. The following Is the list of those *' _
Centralia, Ills.. May 13.-Thomas Honda near the waters'of-the Pacific the prompt movement \ sew :
s bit to provide for an as- S. Marshall, a cousin of William J. placed on the grand Jury: C. B. Oliff. ocean, along which the ,railroads run product and it is believed that they 'of ,

general Introduced Bryan, and who until a few months foreman; J. C. Pinkham. clerk; R. for ,a hundred miles north of Santa will really run tnelc road to' Tampa, .
by'Mr. Carter, of Ala- W. Ingram, S. A. Richardson. D. B.
agO, cashier of the Salem,Nation- Barbara. The locomotive turned a as it offers apparently the greatest
he senate by Mr Clarke Richardson C. M. Murphy S. E. purposes! '*'
somersault into the yielding sands. advantages for such
bank has filed petition in bank- 4
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the theory being that all Newman W. H. Lamb I. I. Kirkland,
ruptcy at East St. Louis, scheduling The cars swirled through the air and The road from Odessa to Tampa j
of the state should W. H. Cameron, C. A. Knight. J. J. landed on the fiery mass of wrecked would also be able to do a good business -
his liabilities at 300000. He owes
through the office of the Lewis, G. T. Meeks, J. D. Parnell. steeL The coaches were crushed to in a' commercial way and wouldbe 4
$56,000 to the late Chicago National -
legal adviser of the Walsh L. C. Lanier W. M. Cason and W..H. debris and took fire. The flames were the nucleus later on for a long 4
which R.
Bank of John
_departments. but it was the Ezell. line that of .
extinguished uninjured extending through part
W. J. Bryan is alsoa soon by per-i
was president.
both houses The Judge delivered able chargeto sons from the two rear coaches. As the state.-Tampa Times. _"

*law would vest too much creditor to the extent of $6,000. the grand Jury and they were Honda is Isolated it was not until The purchasers of this property are ji.

the hands of one man, and turned over to the baliff and retiredto late today that definite informationcould all Live Oak men. and are among the "
raQroag Following are the names of the I
commission, being their room to begin their labors. be collected. The bodies of most successful sawmill and timber
who went to the Dowling
iqonsl body with a children, The petit Jury is composed as fol- thirty-one victims now: lie in Santa men in Florida. They have the .

of dn ies. to perform; Park picnic Saturday: .Oscar Ingalls,' lows: W. E. Harrell J. W. Hobbs. Barbara and ten more. are at San ability and the experience and are
Colyn Gardner, Joe Holmes, Lewis
empowered to employ coun- A. E. Taylor, Peter Odom H. J. Luis Obispo. The injured, many of competent to successfully handle this '

vonld be IB harmony with Delegal, Jimmie Carter, Fred Mills, Green Brantley Padge, W. D. Stin- whom are terribly hurt and some of property.Mr. 4
Dreward Foss, Mary Ford Ria Alston -
son, J. T. Mathis, J. R. Mills, S. W. whom may die, are in two sanitar- Thos. Dowling, of this city ;-

i t week was a bad one for Ola Price, Bessie Ingersoll Kennedy C. B. Haynes and L. M. iums at San Luis Obispo. Thirty- formely president of the Live Oak I ?
Hattie Bardin, from Miss Farnsworth's <
i to the constitution in the Ballentine. one persons were instantly killed and. Perry and' Gulf Railroad and who
ttpresenUUves which kill- room. After the Jury was empaneled, the ten injured. for years successfully conducted a ;
Wood Solon Evans, Will Clark, J. B.
-'The first of Importance docket was sounded and all the cases big saw mil here will have general :

Wttlnaon of Senator Beard, McCollough Randall Bailey, Robert in which the newly created criminal Office Boy Is Now Traffic Manager. supervision of the mill and railroad rand
White, Harry Williams, Ruby Clements -
y passed the upper court holds Jurisdiction was directedby W. G. Hair also an old hand In i
Ethel Bailey Pearl Clements, New York, May 13.-Barrett B.
tae, franchise to Judge Palmer to be transferredto the sawmill business and general
ti Dora Townsend, Hattie and Mildred Mitchell, who went to work for the a
with a view of testing that court except some appeal manager of the Suwannee Sawmill :

t the, fourteenth andamendments Platt, Gladys Leslie. Susie Whitfield, cases brought up from the county Vanderbilt railroad system ferty Company, will have active manage- i
ago as office boy at $3 per
Mann's years
from Miss grade.
to- the United Judges court. These latter cases his ment of the mill and will take 1_
week, was appointed yesterday gen-
U ion. and_ to purify the convention to propose amendments honor has under advisement and may eral freight traffic manager of the charge or the property next Monday. j

tkt soRt pa pattlcularily. to the United States constitution.The also have them turned over to the The Democrat learns it is the Intention -
entire Vanderbilt lines, at a salary of
7 every man in the house adjournment of the legisla- criminal court.. $25,000. His headquarters will be in of tbe gentlemen who purchased 4
,.yyy se Ptfoa the docket and the plant to organize joint }
owes his_ election ture not later than 12 o'clock p. m., The brat case on Chicago. a .

Primaries, scarcely a May 31st will doubtless be followedby the one which will probably occupy stock company. The name of the ',:

v J14 nnstered.to the sup- announcements for various state, most of the time at the present termIs Citra Man Robbed. company will be the Gulf Lumber :

Wnendment. thoughsupporters offices, the politicians and patriots the Bart McCall case. McCall is Company, and when the organization t,

In the who are aspiring to the various con on trial for his life the charge against Mr..J. H. Powell went to Jacksonville Is perfected, they will build a line of

.\ ded earnestly that siderately keeping out of the race him being murder.* This case was this week and stopped at the road from the mill at Odessa to .'

i,ti the other end of the until the session is finished, though continued from the last term of court New Travelers Hotel. Frank A. Tampa. The road will pass through :'

Fanner's resolution General Gilchrist is openly a candidate -. because of some testimony desired to Griffin, a train porter, assisted him a fine section of country, and besides -:

'amendment to the state for governor, and T. A. ;Jennings;be introduced which was not then with his baggage, but Mr. Powell handling the business of the Gulf :'

bL Mch negro schools might as well be, since everybody is available. Roberson & Small are the missed his train by a few seconds, so Lumber Company, it will also do a '" -

mI Ported exclusively by taking it for granted that these two attorneys for the defense and it is the porter put him In a hack, ostensibly passenger and freight business, and s

by a few votes, as distinguished Floridians will enter [expected they will make a very strong for the purpose of taking him those in a position to know say it will

ew' I I for their client.On back to his hotel, but carried him to be the best paying piece of railroad
s.lalaUYe and re- the race. The state senate has three fight
-'meat. A motion the civil docket appears the the outskirts of the city, where he property in Florida.
to re- men who have been mentioned "as
ete by which this re- possible successors to Senator Mal- case of M. I. Swailes vs. the Atlantic and the driver robbed :Mr. Powell and Mr. Dowling will continue to make

Ras Line Railway, and this case put him adrift. He reported his loss his home in our city. His connection ;
voted down, 26 lory, Messrs. Adams, Beard and Coast
, also will be one of the Importantcases to the officers of the law, and owingto with this business, we are pleased to
Cotton to Trammell. Senator Grill has been
.. to amt der on the spoken of once or twice for governor at'this term if the fight for a their diligence and keen wltted- note, will not deprive us of his

defaated into consideration. nsss they succeeded In recovering one citizenship.A .
by a Ue vote, and so has Representative Watson, of i verdict is to be taken .'
:\ Bqc4ian' hundred and seventy-five dollars of .
resolutionventioa Dade. while Representative Griggs, of ,I .
I Nothing in the way of verdicts is the two hundred dollars that were little two-year-old son of C. H.
to revise Franklin has it is said, congressional
W41.+ lr; the senitteR's aspirations from the first district. [expected to be accomplished this stolen.-Ocala Banner. Mock who lives near Padlock:, died

since the McCall case is set yesterday and the funeral will beheld
I afternoon
Memorialsfaendments There are plenty others of ability who
Bloxham Garner, who travels at Mt. Pugah church tomorrow
and in all probability -
I afternoon
for this I
forlBtor will not be satisfied with
{mod lnheri- one or two terms in the legislature will not go to the Jury before South Florida for the Live Oak Brokerage morning at 10 o'clock. The little one .,
tames i and Commission Company got had been sick for a week and the
were referred and who might possibly be inducedto tomorrow some tme.}
eommittee forrequest sacrifice personal inclinations to Later: The McCall case has been in Saturday from a three weeks'trip. sympathies of all are with the bereaved ,

t& T set for trial on Wednesday. parents.
a the call of duty.
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fj' cents per yard any ..i.

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Beginning (OlTowl.'l'uesday and. until Friday only we will sell these gooji;.

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Positively only four days will these goods be offered at these prices. Comein.t

m and get pour choice of the prettiest patterns. ;1

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SAW MILL MENElection short talks and made appropriateand Florida. He is ably assisted, by a contains many handsome half-tone il- the head ot "F r-tie tIitI
well-chosen remarks 'on mattersof large number of department editors lustrations. It is a publication thatIs and another Is"QuuiUii

of Officer at the Annual interest to the asocla on. special writers and correspondents.The edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell Another Is "DeesnMfei'
The Journal-makes a specialty of its one of the best-known writers in this, Home. and *BDg nisi:
next meting will be held at
Meeting at Tifton. Ga. Cotton. Manufacturing, Lumber and country. No publication in its class meat under the,kekV r
Fernandina Fla.. the, second_'_ :week In Industrial Departments in ,additionto compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It cry" also a deputies
The May meeting of the Georgia June. having fpll and complete depart-' has been published at,Chicago, I1L the Children ud untie:
Florida Sawmill Association whichIs ments of the Home Garden, Fruit, for: seven years.THE'FARM the head of "Boss,eg

also the annual meeting o{. this Farm Poultry. Cattle Live Stock Really Make It H me J Ii:
Notice to Our Customers. etc. It is very readable and full ofbright MONEY MAKER is alp department udet the lay
body was held Tuesday in the convention snappy news and contains 32 .ge. handsome publication which Beauty Doctor." n'-I
hall of The Myon Hotel in -We are pleased to announce that pages. has been running a great many yearsin other Interesting artfctaa

Titton Ga., H. H. Tift. president in Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs THE AMERICAN FARMER ot Indianapolis Cincinnati O-, and contains vari- Lcation which space steal

the chair. colds and lung troubles is not affected Ind., has been published ous departments in regard to every to mention. : esbiek
part of the farm aad also has many will after rest!
The association ,was organized un- by the National Pure Food and twenty-one years and Is ably edited Clubb
well-known writers in charge of
Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue I we believe, renew tkirsf
Sawmill Drug law as it contains no opiates or. by
der the name of the Georgia contains a full page poem from this special departments devoted to the for same from year tt J*
Association in Tifton and the first other harmful drugs, and we recom- well-known-writer. It is published home and also matter that is Inter- any solicitation njwafis?

meeting was held in Tifton 'seven mend it as a safe remedy for children monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis esting and of value to every memberof one. ='

years ago. : and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w no better*paper for tho home and the family.SO"THERX. All of the above fc :;

for farm than this well-known publica- POULTRY FANCIER.This Papers contain storiea &
A number of matters were up
tion. magazine is devoted to poultryand matter for every and d*
discussion, among them the two-cent WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. SUCCESSFUL: FARMER Is published all of its departments and is i the family frOm the W

rate case which was argued before i at Des Moines. Ia., and has been published at Atlanta Ga. Each issue to the oldest member K:
the United States supreme'court.,, long established. Each issue contains contains from 40 to 50 pages printed meat of the lom&a ma

April 22 and 23, and a decision on What Five Dollars and Seventy-Five from 50 to 60 pages and it is one in magazine form on heavy book pa-. are fully covered byttoW
I Cents Will Do. of the handsomest and most complete per. Anyone-that has chickens pigeons You will see tnoosaaMj
which is pending. This paper, at quite an expense anda publications of its kind in the world. pet stock turkeys geese ducks tares and UlnstraifosiUcations Ii
A new matter before the association great deal of work has arranged a Every department of the farm and etc., will not only save but make during the je i

? says the Savannah' News was Club offer of fourteen well-known home is fully represented in this paper money by having this well-known will be unable to flsi*
the employers' liability bill, which is Papers and Magazines. Including the and each of these departmentsis magazine before them. If anyone papers. This paper Itae
now before the Florida legislature, LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for in charge of an expert. It is a very takes this publication and does not be able to offer eompwrf to *
only $:';.73. Realizing that we could handsome publication and is a monthly say that it is one ef the best of its of this kind
A number of members were interested -i sad
i largely increase our circulation we published on book paper.GREm"S kind and is as handsome readable sentative Paper at
in this as they thought it affected entered into a contract to use the FRUIT GROWER of and valuable a poultry paper as is we can say to ead wort'
the sawmill men.nd there was quite published we will send same to them that our offer lathe
Papers and Magazines that compose '
Rochester N.'Y., has been publishedfor of & '
a lengthy discussion over the differ this Club. The Daily Democrat does twenty-seven, years and is edited three months as an absolute present. price mistake Jails
not make a cent out of this offer. THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis a '"
ent points the bill presented. by Col. Chas. A. Green who is said
from members' showed' In fact we lose money but by In- to be the best-known writer of this published in Boston and no matter same.callvertisenvent att JII:
Reports We your
creasing our circulation we can secure kind in the world. He is ably assisted what price is paid for a similar pub- ot the tIn
o' some improvement in the labor situation -I i more advertising and also get a bet- by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant lication no one will be able to securea edition, TOI"
but the car question was ter rate for same. No paper ever before editor. These two well-known publication at the same'price which this taformaaoaa*
steadily growing worse. A great many I I made an offer that equals ours. gentlemen also have a large numberof will equal this one. It is published in detailed.
t I Every to you for one full the interest of the Club.V
lumber entirely in box! paper goes department editors and special 'women and child-
were ,year. All are well known and long writers. This magazine alone is ren and It Is worth many times theprice
cars which in case of rough stock is:,,I.established and worth many times the worth the price that we ask for the that is asked for the entire BRONX
expensive and inconvenient. price we ask. They are from the entire Club In its class no paperin Club.

Prices were very unsatisfactory. : South North East and West. Their this country compares with it. COLUMBU MAGAZINE Is published Yield to *#*
f I{I combined values including the Live Readily
< in New *
in material and dressed York In magazine form *
especially car MODERN STORIES of New TreatmeiIL
Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00.e York and is
stock. While there was bo concert I I( are only able to make this offer is a handsome and well known publication magazines one' of the most readable troateii
of Its kind Bronchial
of action it is nevertheless a fact for a very short time and it will posi- which is published monthlyand by ever produced *l
is equal to of the any publisher. It is full of inter- cannot be
any well known They
tively be withdrawn soon. If you
of the'ml take ad-
that many will I I esting matter and contains articles
monthly magazines. This Ue
want the best bargain ever offered alone is which dosing. They
of the depressed conditionof are prepared by of the
vantage you. order the Club now. Do not worth the entire price of the Club. best-known some in the air 1
the market to shut' down for repairs wait for you may nesitate too long.If Carefully edited and contains matters This writers In the country. Uon cared bl
during 'the next two months you are already a subscriber to any that will- interest every member o* the ter how magazine will please all, no mat- relieved and *
and those that do not'shat down en- or all of the papers in the Club-yourtime family. I what they critical read.they are in regard to alone. In this M j

tirely :will probably, run on short 1 will be extended one year from SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is pub- THB PRACTICAL FARMER. This great success of
date of your order. Probably you do lished at St. Mo. of br
Louis on the first of well-known treatment
for only a few days out of magazine which Is pub- t
hours or not care to have all of the Papers and each month and contains lished bra
from 60 to in
each week. Not only is. there a de- Magazines sent to your address. If 70 It Philadelphia. Is not only one The first *
Is of
pages. of. the
I one best-known the most a*

successful of its air a
cline in prices but inquiries are not not, you can split the Club and have magazines published and Is In. Its out without doubt kind medicated
one of the most cOi1'_
number of different (
them ot
sent any he
plentiful ,and the market .shows a fifth year. It is handsomely gotten carefully edited papers in the United Lion stops J
addresses or two or more parties can and ,
that is anything but satisfactory up many interesting States. Any farmer planter In becomes
condition come in together and divide the Club articles full of valuable fact or.
information ,
On of the anyone who has fruits flowers cults.Hyomei.
manufacturers.All themselves. acount
%o the among for every ,member of the family and
limited time that.we will be able to vegetables live stock and poultry has
of the old officers were reelected. will please alLBLOODED find that
: the
make this wonderful offer we will be win Practical Farmer in the
H. H. Taft president Tifton; unable to furnish sample copies to -, TOCK MAGAZINE Is save them .during the year many able cures of ks
William B, Stlllwell: vice president anyone. We take pleasure in givinga one of the handsomest and most read- times the price that' they pay for the chronic forms

for Georgia.. Savannah; J. B. Conrad short. sketch of each paper in the able publications of Its kind publish- entire Clab. and is sold bT p
for Florida Glen wood. Club. eded In the 'tTnlted States. It is THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE the same SuHyomei +
vice president THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of printed on heavy book paper and contains is published in New York In maga- Is p
Fla.; J. J, L. Phillips treasurer. Memphis Tenn., is in its seventeenthyear. thlrtyfourpage, is published zine form and contains from 30 to 60 refssd
opposition, to on the 25th of 3ach month. pages each lssae- that is. to
Tifton. There was no It is published monthly on the Each and This well-known sd
these officers who had served the association 15th of each month.. Colonel Hugh every department is in' charge of an publication contains many interesting the remedy do wUrns.
is of the expert. No one who has "horse, cattle atorles. and some of the most valu- co1up1ellMskss
f faithfully and well, and on LS. Bedford its editor one The
secretarycast test-known agricultural writers in the or stock should be without' wSStoSShleh are prepared by
motion qt Mr- Graham the United States. He-lives on his model this publication. TnwrlteraEvery ,departmeat -
x the ballot for them by unani- farm near Memphis and also has a L\.. ELL'S TALISMAM Is a hand this is fUlly covered by experts in
mous vote. After the election the large cotton plantation in Mississippiand some 32-page monthly publication publication. One of the most interesting -

re-elected officers were called on for an orange and fruit farm in printed on heavy_hook paper and by departments a !well-known Is writer that,under conducted -\i]

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has more Industry.cotton PROFESSIONAL CARDS.C. In Yonr laundry Work
by electricity than any, F.E.THOMASOH :::.
'la the Union. The Gen & THOMASON.
Company la sow bulld-

for-- the equipment: you a Rabit -.
wer electric plants PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS
Foot. Yes ,
man J.
mills i8 that state. Twen- ,
ago the calls of South LIVE OAK. : : : FLORID

employ led more 2,053 than operatives.40,000 Rabit Foot Overall

nearly t 8,000,000 an- DR. J. W. WEST
i tie worker*. The annual
valued at 150.000.000.rU Union made. Physician and Surgeon.

abundant, conTen- Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
applied in both North Residency at Ethel HoteL
Carolina, although the : Rabit Foot Overalls are the best, Phone-Office;No.168.
iartruetlaa o( the large Habit Foot Overalls stand the test,' <- Residence No.23 or 168.
the Kjurees of the streams Dna Store(Barclay&Groorer No.It
freat damage, A bill has Rabit Foot .Overalls won't fade or rip, we feel sure we can give you the
Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. > greatest satisfaction. There is an
Congress for adVankiae
years -
Some M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss
of that great for- in town handle Rabit-Foot Overalls
put upon our work that enhances the
hen at they intersection ofWd -the lucky sellers.
pppearance and lengthens the life of
la the.source of near ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT L_AW. your linen.. Bring your Shirts, Collars
streams which, water this e $1.00 $1.25'and $1.50Per LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. Cuffs Handkerchiefs, White &nd
proposed to make the ,
Will practice in all the court at the State. Spec. Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our
Hoantaina.a great Naple pair. We are the Florida salesman. Watch for ia1 Rents.attention Eta given All to business Conveyance promptly. Collectionof attended laundry and you will have them -
to. quickly and carefuly done In a satis-
something next week. NOTAKT PUBLIC ST.ta.T LABOB. factory manner at a satisfactory 4
Ufe Insurance s \ ):rice..

started wonderful the succesg public thai tow Live Oak Brokerage 'Commission Co. It. M. DIXON,

$llsrd's Horehound Syrup Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE .
oa Coughs, Influenza, DENTIST.
-.!and all Pulmonary troubrte4 '--- _- ---_ .. -- I 139.FOLEY'S.
public to think- English newspapers say that the The schooner Polly, now a coaster, WORK. : SPECIALTIES.
wonderful preparation. new Japanese built merchant steam* is the oldest ship in the world that
ail.down It. Join the pro- ship Hitachi Maru Is a splendid vessel makes regular trips afloat. It was
with sickness. and would do credit to the best built for William Spear In 1805, and T. J. LYLE
4 X100. Sold by ship-building yards of England. sound
sems as as ever.
4-. .co dw Practical

Teat I,outlook Now My Best Friend. Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER "

-1ta#l1 many are years Ia "worse said Alexander Benton, who li des on stock 35 of year's Watches experienceGood always on hang. 'HONEY AND TAR I
**Agriculture Hudson Rural Route 1. Fort Edward, N. Y., i ,
says: "Dr, King's New _Discovery is
e frwt my best earthly friend. It cured me
killed out the cotGeorgia of asthma six years ago. It has also am CURE THE' LUNC8 WALL PAPER The original
!eree sad and performed a wonderful cure of in- .
-; planting ugh. came I wife. The first bottle ended the terrible WITH Dr. King'sNew LAXATIVE cough remedy. i
cough, and this ,
at have I accomplished For coughs, cold, throat and -
a0! a the I the other symptoms left one by one, When in need of nice wall pa- trouble No opiate Non-alcoholic.
crops In
I'e wiu see grass hntil she was perfectly well. Dr. Discovery per call on H. M. PETTY, at Good for every body. Sold ncr.1'fhere. -1.
v cornI I King's New Discovery's power over i The genuine ,
-_ ered ng. sad the j coughs and colds is simply marvelous. FOR COUCHS 100 II $Lao. ClINTON & MEEICS MARKET.rOLEYSHONEY FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is fas I.
put. .
It fs; ." No other remedy has ever 'TrW MM free a Yellow package.Rdueaubatitutca. i
'equaled it, Fully guaranteed by.Barclay Prepared only by J
Atlanta Con- & Groover, druggists. SOc and GUARANTEED. SATISP'AO'ZOKY TAR Foley Company, Chicago.

i U,OO. Trial .bttle free.. d-.w!. OR MONEY UYUNDXD Cares Coldss Pests.......... City Pharmacy|| =1

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DAlLr ,
LIVE t ,
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: (From Manufacturers Record.)

Published every Afternoon It may be safely estimated that be-
.ir Except Sunday.-- .' tweem ISO.QOOuand. 40 ,00 settlers DOWLINO

;. SHERWOOD/Edltor and ita'g'd have begs attracted WLthe ;south* and ,

J. F. that between .0 0o0G and 3,V !.>- t w,
:00" mEr
LIve Oak. J _., THE suttumtt Giot
Entered_at the Postoffce. 000 acres of land"have been bought' j
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter -
by them during the past twelve
November 7. 1905. Hotel and Cottages
months. This estimate Is based upon' Mineral Springs _

reports furnished by representatives COOOTABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNNING reasonMICHAELS
of leading railroads operating" princIpally WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH

most ,gratifying results of the
mailed,V> ,any part of the United prac- REASONABLE A GULF. comKHOMATUTEOAwnMAU.mjh*, A
for $5.00 tical work which the railroads are doing -

per States year postage; $2.50 prepair.for six months; In the cause of immigration to ALssTflRK' HOTEL DOWNING PARK. FLORiDfl. LIVE OAK

$1.25 for,three months, or 50 cents ,the south. These results are to a -

for fire weeks In advance. Delivered large extent, cumulative flowing

to any part of the city, by from persistent work carried on In AS A,AN TH1NKETH. I I GUBERNATOBJAI MENTIONING.There '

carrier, for 10 cents per week. some instances for ten or fifteen years is a big assortment of "those lra: ;

When .TOO see a vessel sailing mentioned" for governor to succeedN.
and records
promising even greater '
through tine *water. .have gout ever buflt Is safe' to
; B. Broward, say
in the near future. They have been ,
Ocala business men are arranging though what It IS that makes the realdifference that the- bunch will be considerably
gained through following different:
,to have' a big Fourth of -July celebration policies. Some railroads have landsof between that vessel and apiece thinned out ,before the primary campaign -

in that city. their own which' have been disposed -! otdriftiur wood.' epens next spring. Its a long

of to settlers of their own seek- Jt :Is, not the sails Dr wMch the time off and the best plan is to save
it is "bills "bills '
In Tallahassee: ; winds forceit. outward, the upstretch- pledges of support till later on when
ing working in
"bills." And at home it is. "we pay agents cooperation
: lug or the mountain ,tree that ,
with them. Other roads not bough we have a "mention" to make. The
the bllls.-Apalachicola Times. falls into the lake can catch the wind. question of sectionalism always
landholders, hate directed the newcomers
It 1* not'the artful curve and patternof comes up before every primary in
to :available homes within
A Philadelphia paper suggests the hull the piece of driftwood
; regard to gubernatoial candidates
their territory and yet other roads 9
Colonel Watterson tor president on ;
welL It is not the cabin
have combined industrial upbuilding as but so far they East Coast hasn'traised ,,
a ticket of free and unlimited mint their''way
the bearing on standard or'selected
with foreign parts by means of the or hold any a

julep. widespread circulation of literature hundreds of, passengers and cargoesof standard bearer from its own section

Y trouble between description of the advantages of the goods; the floating tree-trunk will and we call_ attention to the fact that
The threatened
south and its opportunities- the bear up a naked boy and carry" his we have one who could'not only fill
Mexico and Guatemala been set industrious and thrifty, 'of exhibits clothes in safety It Is not even that the chair with,credit and honor but
tIed, and preparations for hostilities hu-
vessel an acme of
of southern agricultural and mineral the represents command great strength in the cam-

have ceased. products and of personal contact man intelligence and stands as a paign. He has served the people'OTer

synonym for ,trade and commerce; here for and holds
with heads of families who would man years
Platt has grow'ns
Now that
better their condition in 'me. Estimating the rude man of prehistoric days the confidence and esteem of every
mustered weak, the Florida legislature to at- the value of a man to the found in the fallen trees at the river's resident of the East Coast. His nameis
up courage enough his
tacfc'the community at at least $%,000. the edge a craft perfectly" adapted to Minor S. Jones, judge of the seven- .
additions to_ the south's wealth in conception of travel and barter. th Judicial circuit of Florida.-Ft."""

j Journal. one year through the energies of immigration But there is one vital distinction Pierce News. .
of the vessel which iAn
one integral
of the railroads
Florida Is a wonderful state any agents may the piece of driftwood' does not possess embezzler has been acquitted at t'i
be safely placed at $400,000,000. or
way. Suwannee county produces Birmingham Ala., on the ground ----
about one-third of the increase of its --A HELM. *
; !
one-tenth of the sea island cotton **
hasa that he "financially Insane. The
helm the WORLD was
wealth In goods and chattels, during LIFE has a ; : riNtCLOTIUM
produced In the United States.- ,helm; the UNIVERSE has a. helm. fact that the missing amount was" ---.- ,
the same period. These additions --
Apalachicola Times. _Without It there would be nothing over $100.000 is worth nothing in i
mean a much greater rate of increase I ,
of connection with this new develop
ness. Instead of the great ship
for the in material in
to be in the south things If are
There is money made and meat yoU .yoam a
of the future and an acceleration of the human life_ human
life insurance business-thousands other the universe as revealed to humanity expecting toseeiasjs.
It in fact-but the state could not movement of population from '

handle It in a way that would prove parts of ,the country to the south. be driftwood, without; it this would helm, never it would have all interest you in eorfea'

profitable.-Apalachicola Times il
kr existed. at all and varied stock of /
C, I i In,discussing peonage in Florida The helm'Is; 'THOUGHT. Good Things!

The courts of Manatee county: are Commissioner of Licenses Bogart. of clothing for '
Our LIVES are the result of our new -'I
mighty anxious to, get Mr. Claude New York tells of his correspondencewith -

L'Engle of Tallahassee down therefor' Governor Broward, 'and* adds: THOUGHT man. ,. I Summer, which in sqi
The evil. Is the result ,of his -2W|"
"That who came to
trial but Claude says he can'tspare the complainants '
evil though the good man is the ,and assortment is 0213
'the time and the governor of this office were either In. poor.physical
result of thought. Your boy .
Florida says he can't spare Claude condition or quite yotfng{ Their is the res hlsjgood lt.'Ql'ihe"thougbts give that shown bI 254
and so it is that "waiting Justice transportation charges were advancedby
weeps.** 'the railroad constructtoircoznpany him plus those given him by whatwe ing establishments oCCity.

call environment, surroundings.Your '
and they had signed agreements to
'the .. If you
citT government is resultof
Mr. Dorman has introduced a bill work until the railroad company was I

to ,remove the state ,capital to Live reimbursed. Some of them were your ..thought about politics. If I this Spring _to seems,
did not0 first about the -
Oak. By'doing this the member from forced to give up work however be- you THINK ,
clothes you wear you would be unclothed value we offer ia
Suwannee receives ,considerable free fore transportation charges were repaid :
noble of the ,
Every building -oJi.
advertising,,if nothing .Palatka thus placing themselves in debt I.
world is the result of thought. Had
Times-Herald. You ought to take to the railroad company and making I
not ,been first THOUGHT, MICHFINE
they :
this important question in a more them amenable to the debt laws of could have been built. We have to be prepared to. do i.

t serious light, brother.Mr. the state of Florida." Then followeda home first never found existence, in theY'1 things well and this applies to
series of hardships complained of
THOUGHT'of itAnd the world everything. For instance.. Roberts -
Benson superintendent of the by the men. They alleged that they Johnson
& :
solar Rand Shoe Co.
stars the and the
system myriad
fertilizer plant at Fort Inglis. and F, were put in chain-gangs by the stateand systems' beyond it, they were have,six big specialty factories ClO
made to build roads and dig
I.. Howden. general of the with a
manager '' THOUGHT before they existed. ,daily capacity of 40,000
Pebble Phosphate Co.. of Polk county quarries, sometimes being 'farmedout" own' pairs. They employ expert
YOU are the result of your
the state to private firms to
were convicted in the United by THOUGHTS.If : workmen use the best materialin
work until their terms of legal ser Yon shouldn't delay!
States court at Tampa last week on '
you would be happy think hap all their shoes, and the latest
vitude completed. Where Commissioner
the charge of peonage. Benson was were and best machinery is used. You c
Bogart got so much Information pily. If you would be healthy keep other day.
fined $1.000 and Howden 3000.
They are prepared to make good
your mind on health. If you think
concerning Florida is a ceebrH!
of this
mystery. The charge made that men low things YOU will be low. If you shoes that's why"STAR BRAND equal

Please note that Florida's Japanese think things, YOU will be SHOES ARE BETTER" One B&
were put in "chain gangs by the state pure pure. anywhere in Iowa j
colony will Invite others ,ot their of their shoes the "
: roads and It-* you feel 'that, there must be a "QUAKER,
and made to build digquarries" I
countrymen to Join In'tl1.eJr' ,;ork of for debt is not true. There great realm of, wonderful and beautiful for women at $3.OO Is the best more than we ask.

development and that Floridians are tbougbtsthat you do not know, shoe for the money we can find.
are no debt laws in this state and high-grade, dew
gratified to hear of their success and men who are serving time in state get books and read. Make these The Star' on the heeL and the
applaud their desire to draw for more in t*
YOUR "QUAKER" with faultless
prison have all been convicted of some thoughts thoughts ,Appropriate woven rials,
of the kind. The little brown men them.: Take them into your silk in the facing are guaranteesthat
crime against the state after a fair
are doing a good work for themselvesand the ing and up-
and Impartial trial. The debt and' life. Until you THINK higher "QUAKER" is honestly

for us-it is still true that,FlorIda collection laws of this state are .not things you cannot lift yourself. constructed and will ..atisf7.Come' vanced fashion, J8

is not California.-.Times-Union. as strict as they should be. Show your soul new PICTURES, give see ,them and "WALK &

your ambition new INSPIRATION, OX STARS..** selection of MJ

Live Oak capital is to operate the bring your mind new IDEALS because The best woman In the world with everyjyougottheberfTS&j
It is stated as almost a certainty $25.00
s large saw and planing mill at Odessa it is YOUR life and YOUR i could not make good bread if
that Hon. Frank Adams, of Hamilton '
and will build and< operate"a line of THOUGHTS is sits only HELM. she didn't have good floor. The pe
county, will enter the primaries'next I
railroadfrom' their mill to Tampa. competitor for Senator Mai- Which way are you steering?- : best woman in the world could- "
year as
This road will' pass through a fine Cincinnati Post. i} n't make good butter If she did-
lory's seat in the United States senate
,. section of country and will control a n't have the **
He is an able, popular gentle- right kind of milkto at the price you
good passenger and freight traffic. \ churn.
Neither cocld the
and will a strong candidate
prove Representative Dorman. of Suwannee
The bought this
men who property
although of the best WOman in the world make $\
interested newspapers county presented a resolution to
and in it are all Live Oak Smart Sprinf
good cake if she used salt for
school of the Tallahassee Sun are the
legislature amend the
men and among most successful constitution .
business men and financiers in this likely to charge him with being too I to provide for the removal of sugar.

state. : friendly to railroads and other cor.I the state capital to Live Oak. It is $3 OO to'

not likely that the movement will be

Representative, Dorman has how porations.-Punta Gorda Herald: taken seriously even by its projector.

The capital removal question has Tallahassee will retain the capital for made tin
ever grown in the.public eye by introducing I Clothes

a bill that will amend the come up again, but it is a safe assumption a long, time to come, and when it Is I handsome'

r constitution and provide for the re that Tallahassee will hold moved if ever there will be more DOWL1NG 'LUMBERp

movalof, the capital from Tallahassee the seat of government for years to contestants for the honor than Live tailored to resstij

to Live Oak.' Of course this bill come. There are enough' issues any- Oak.-Lakeland News. I their shapsto

won't amount to anything, but it is way without thrashing that out again. p values that sell*.

provided for the removal of the Leave it to some off year.-Fr. Pierce George Carter who was suspended NVA1 l STORES 1 [ to$10.50rhe lmentofattraefct a ,

capital to Gainesville or Ocala. It' News. We are perfectly willing to from the office of sheriff ot Citrus

would amount to something.-Tallahassee put this question off a few months if county a few months ago on account

Correspondent in Ft Myers its to our advantage. of his inability to protect a negro to$7.50.- f

'Breeze. Only a few years ago Ocala prisonet from, a''mob, has been reInstated -

and Gainesville made a determined While there was not a large attendance by;the- governor, after a COMPANY f

effort'to move the capital from Tallahassee at the Advent church last thorough, investigation. Governor BUTIEL

and their efforts didn't night. there was much interest, manifested Broward has acted,wisely in this matter

amount 'to' anything. "* Live Oak believes -, and there were five additionsto as Sherijr( Carter was powerless 1K>WLING PARK. FLA.

eh4'could do,equally as well. the,membership.. to protect the prisoner t c MENS O.
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4).Lhe: Oak and Suwannee AD1E8 EMPORIUM

--.i Gathered by the Democrat -

Reporter __

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Queen Quality: Ultra i

sbrellas at Mrs. Bache's. 3t Is now complete with a full line of

'.:o.--JAe.l-o.faYo::: rs.*' ,here yeas -. Ladies and Children's 'Shoes ,and Oxfords Pumps 'and Sandals., I


this Queen Quality $2.50 to $4.00 Black .
fa B.'VcLeod left for Dexter Cat '-- $1.00
Ultra $3.50 and $4.00 TO '

Brockport S2.5O and '$3.00 Dittman's 2.00
ud lSrss G. F. Haddock were : .
Special Service Special Service for Children.
Saturday, $1.50. and #2.00.

for Ladies F. J. Fox Infants Soft Soles
jS. Smith of Hampton Springs, 35c to 60c

i l e1't yesterday. Remember we.don't handle Men's Shoes, but have a very complete line for Ladies, Children and

jL| u4 Mra.; Join Helton; of Tiger Infants Satisfaction Guaranteed. .

nt Mrs. *H. S. Williams, of
were here Saturday. THE LADIES' EMPORIUM ,

1'g Cobb, of McAlpln. was here 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR :McCall and Home Journal Ptterns

y, a guest of the Ethel. I i III t I: .1111111 II II I 2 t I II 111111' II r IIl.1Lf 111111 t.11111 11111 11 , 11111111 II I 1111111 t'-'J 111111 ,.

;V. J. Hillman went to Jack- W. S. .Hodge was at Starr yester Conductor Quarterman returned Judge Carter of Mayo Is in the C. R. Brooks came up from Terrell

9 tWi morning on business. day.. from Georgia this morning. Supt. city today. yesterday. There is an attraction for
Harris has been doing Conductor \ : Mr. Brooks In Live Oak. and we can't
W. D. Mercer of EllaTille is here Quarterman's work in the latter's ab- Sheriff C. H. Land of Is In
1 want to sell see ) M. Bailey, Mayo see for the life of us how he manages
sed t auctioneer. He sells. today. sence. the city today. to spend an hour away,from our city.

S. A. J- Home, of Jasper is in.the Mrs. Rowan Sears of Mayo, Jessie
i g.Thomas one of Alton's lead ; I was Hart, Wilmarth's leading A colored excursion with' a brass
s' rdint8, was here yesterday. city'today. I here yesterday and this morning merchant Is here' on business today. band attachment from Live Oak came
i guests,of Mrs. McAlpin. She has over Monday to see the sights. It .
[[glL'., Busby, one of the prominent Joel Tucker and wife went to been on a visit to. her son at High Don't forget{the Tackey Skatingand was a well behaved crowd and gave '

I at. Alton, was here yesterday. Monticello today! Springs. Band Concert Wednesday night. the officers but little trouble. To- '
I -- wards night the leader of the band
i Smith and daughter of Way- S.-Sullivan, of near Padlock, PRINTER Wants position at For an evening's pleasure, go to became 1 little boisterous, was run ,I.
;were here yesterday, guests of was here this morning.Col. once pan give best of references astor the Auditorium Wednesday night.R in by the city marshal who kept him
el. 'ability Wire or write "A L. M." I as a guest of the city until next morning

Mallory Horne, of Jasper. Is In care of.'Snw.annee. *\ Democrat. Live ? R. Young a prominent railroad when he was presented to the
,.H Kin* came up from Perry here on legal business today. ,- Oak Fla. :.: man from Atlanta is in the city to- mayor who- said "Three and costs." 1

r Jo see one of the best townsi day. -Perry Herald.
Miss Susie Kennedy spent yester- B. B. King, of Lake City, is here :'. ::1 :

i day with home folks. at Houston. today. Mr.. King"Twill be connectedwith The Fifth City Brass Band will Wonderful Eczema Cure, 4

i > ENT-Furnished' and unfur- the Hair Hardware Co.. and will make Its first appearance Wednesday "Our: little boy had eczema.for five I
iooms; address "R" In care Col.. J. E. Hardee. of 1i d.lsonIs make Live Oak his future home. I night at the Auditorium. years" writes N, A. Adams, Henrietta. 'I:{
in the'city today, attending court. Watch us Cw'n'population! I
at tf Pa. "Two of our home doctors :;;
<"z. f "' I:. Prizes'will be awarded to the girl said the case was hopeless hU lungs 1
:fad Mrs. A. M" I res. of Jack- Howard' M. Smith, of Alton was Prof. Abel of',: Jacksonville' will and boy wearing the tackeyest costume being affected We then employed ;j

_: were, guests of Mrs.. H. M. here today, a guest of the Ethel. arrive here tomorrow to instruct our I'I Wednesday night at the Audi- other doctors but no'benefit resulted'By

Saturday o night. band. The organization' will give an torium. chance we read about Electric '
Gardner Wadswortb went'o Madi- entertainment at the Auditorium '
> Citters; bought a bottle and soon 1
' Brown, of Rocky Sink was son yesterday' returning this morn- Wednesday night. which should be Mrs. Braswell, of Jasper, is here nticed improvement. We continued ".
kinds with his Live Oak Ing. liberally patronized.: I today the charming guest of Miss this medicine until several bottles
Saturday' evening. -. --. Annie Walker. were used, when our boy was completely j'
Col.JL J.,Hendry. of Lake City Is D. T. Sumner and wife went to cured." Best of all blood ,.
in the city today attending'c1rcult Jacksonville this ornlng. ,Mr. Sumner -'
McDaniel medicines
\VIII. visited' her Prof. Geo. Lynch, principal of the and body building health a
T, lira J. E. Pound and Mrs. court. goes there to have his eyes treat- Jasper Normal School, was a prom- tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & 4
.i Smith.at Perry yesterdays ed) Recently he had the misfortuneto inent visitor in our city 'yesterday Groover Drug Store. 50e. d-w
W. J. Harris spent Sunday with have a cotton burr thrust in his !
i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
a. Raleigh, one of Madison's his family here and left this morn- left ,eye, and both eyes, are now Rogers. ., LADIES. i
Ing for Branford. in bad condition.
eat cttUens. was In the citylooming I II Ladies I have just opened a dressmaking
a guest of the,Ethel. I room in the Lewin building
John B. Johnson qualified as mayor Judge John L. Doggett division
Orlno Laxative
Fruit Syrup is best
and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction -
t W ant'drayiag done .or a of Live Oak by taking the oath for women and children. Its mild counsel of the Coast Line, and his guaranteed. Give me a trial.

L.curled to the depot right of office Saturday., I action and pleasant taste makes it stenographer. G. Hutchunson. of MRS. KIGHT.I

'c ,-phone 1S!. W. N. 'Boatright.h ., o preferable to violent purgatives, suchas Jacksonville are in the city today on .
,. 1,, Miss ;Ella Roberson, of Newbern. pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet court business. .1.i

1 H. Palmer arrived la the Fla., was the charming guest of Mrs. ,' and a sample of Orlno at City Phar-
t Bight,and Is Quartered at the E.. A. Carver Sunday. t macy. ... d-w Tackey Skating and Band Concertat EIoiMa o Book ollNes d CO.i 1

(.taring the session of circuit the Auditorium Wednesday night.A II
Porch Lanier, of Rossburg one of To the kind people that so readily prize will be awarded to the boy

the best of Suwannee county's came to us in our recent grief by the and girl wearing the tackeyest cos- -

C tt Midsummer Hats. Mon citizens was in Live Oak today. loss of our dear cousin Rosa in tumes. Music will be furnished by "
the Fifth Brass Band. Admis- IT'S
City A
Tees Mrs G. A. death, please accept our appreciationsand t
Beautiful patterns. Come About thirty-five negro laborers humble thanks.-J. M. Bailey sion, adults 15c; children lOc. Bene-
e them. went down to Padlock this morningto and family. fit Fifth City Brass Band. '
work at Connie.Bryson's mill. I .. NOVEL IDEA
Misses Katie and Henrietta Mc-

: Mrs. "'. H, Brooks, a former resident . Griff, Susie and .Missouri Kennedy I
or Sale ,of Live: Oak, but now living at JI I Maggie Holmes, Will Kennedy, Jord-
Terrell is a guest of Mrs. Thurmondfor Wadsworth, Joe Long and Grover : F'
.: a few days. Wedding J'Presents Fletcher spent Saturday on Peacock \
Lake. Mrs McGriff chaperone. They

YID AND UNIMPROVED Arthur Blount is up from Branfordthis had a nice picnic and fish fry and a

morning, He is with the Mer- II' highly enjoyable time.

Mercantile Co. of Branford and is 1
pea| Estate[ well pleased with his position.All FOR THE i i Mrs Willie Smith, daughter ofi / l
: k i Mrs. Wm. McDanlel of this city, closes .

my flowered lawns and white JUNE BRIDES j I her school at Perry this week. Mrs. :, I
'goods will be marked down during I I Smith is one of the best teachers in I

: Farms Etc. next week. These are rare bargains.! I Florida, has made a splendid successof
10-3t who choose her school in Perry and she will
Mrs. G. A. Lyon. Or those
the month of May. Just I be missed by the patrons there. She
Meeks is visiting his I look in at our exquisite I! will join her husband at Atlanta up-
Mrs. H. M
Pins Brooches But a joking friend of ours that
Diamond : says
on the closing of her school at Perry.
parents in Lake City this week, and and Rings. Watches, J authors must be greater animals because -
XQUa Mr. Meeks is hunting grub wheneverhe I Bracelets, Etc. Every- "their tales come out of their '
I thing in Jewelry. Our The pardoning board has granted a
can get it. heads." I hunted but then we have
s PERTYP customers are always i, partial and conditional pardon to Dr.
I pleased. 1 many tales they send into other people's
's'tar : Boatwright who was convicted at the '
WITH Col. A. Z. Adkins of e, one heads, and what a vast amount of
last term of circuit court and sentenced -
of the leading young attorneys of the i amusement and instruction books af-
to pay a fine of $250 and to serve
US. state was here this morning en i ford! disseminators of the world's
+ six months in the county jail for sell-
route home from Tallahassee.Miss best and greatest literature we solicit
I RADFORD ing spiritous liquors without a license your trade.IIUEIEIEI .
The jail sentence was remitted dur-
Annie Walker, the efficient I
stenographer for Roberson & Small The Jeweler ing Perry his Herald.observance of the law.- o Boo sad N Ness CO.

t.J.i' J. spent yesterday with her mother at I .
P =rtats. ; OAK. rift..
Springs returning. to Live Oak ;J.IVC
i' dd'in Rc o 3, 'this morning. 1 Subscribe for the Daily Democrat., c.c. COOK, rop. ;

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Has Live Oak M'f"g Co. STHHHJLKL.
One Document
CONNECTS WITH ALL Tishah oN s. l L 8T.ANH L C.tAcraey
for:Law Breakers to R&d.Among ;
the historical exhibits at ss.n nowx. tzxrs.c sacs
Manufacturers of
the Jamestown Exposition Is a -
.L -
No.3 No
draught of a most remarkable document Mail .iff .
Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Eights J'power' 1riveil, aDd -i ;' :nATIONS.E .
of human government. It is ; e,.& : '.
the code that made the colony at SazIdv. DaiJ7. s ; -

Jamestown permanent.On Turpentine.. :,. .

the 10th of May 1611 It was -
..LIr.. ;
tM a a 3 w'.
nailed on the church door and, proclaimed Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residenceor 1UDa 1>aR+-

by criers: Power':"' 7O a .... sE
p Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric, L. St.okJq. -
1. Speaking against the Trinityor G5 a' 3 16 p. L'l
day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. T r
articles of Christian faith- : : : li a m 'NP. L ;: Ei

death. __ of orders'have special attention s0 s t 08 S m I's Jt ss
Wholesale and retail Ice-out City ._ >>'
2. Blasphemy against God first 140. ss .11p.M' -- ,,,_,,, :;
and all orders promptly filled.
offence, severe whipping second bodkin 160. LY W _. .tt

through tongue; third, death. We will give you good. prices on low grade ceiling and M_... U +. -
.10. m ... -
I 3. Deriding God's word-death. flooring. Come and get our prices. .30 iii Ly ----. ::;:

-- 4. Disrespect to minister-thrice 'SO.1I1 M. :=_._= -..... wlmal.th.: .-.. ... -
whipped and apology in public threes ii'e0 'm 4 ZO P"- L. ...
_____, 4
Sabbath L.
= days. 10 1. a m 4 U pili a.--IUftr--.J.
5. Failure to attend Sunday ser- September 30th 1903. and approved (50) feet In width.. L.'N--- ..a..1', :tI
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and 1010. m 4 10 p m
October 6th _.
vice--first offence loss of,attendanceone of Live Oak, .1Laio._. .... ,
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City 10 80 1p 440 pm M. .=---1..
week; second, same plus whip- City Council of the City of Lite Oak ,Florida: 1040 a Lv.- ...... v 'D.t.50. .
ping; third, death. Florida: '* Section. That Wilbur street lathe 24

6. Murder adultery, rape, sodomy Section la. That Section 1. Section City of Live Oak, Florida as it a m t:--- -. """Ai"- -__
:Q65. m
Z and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. now stands be opened, extended and UU05.1D
perjury-death. .established from the eastern side of Ar.. ...... --Ma s.--
16 of the City of Live Oak. Ku
7. Robbery of church or store; Florida. being an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue In said City fifty' feet 1o a m .C.PIDLy-..... M.y.as tae

treasonable speech against the King "An' ordinance to prohibit the run- ,in width, at right angles with said Ly e. :
-death. ning at large on the streets of the Ohio avenue eastward to White streetIn U 10 a ID 4 4I p m f
Wnlte's Addiiton to the said City Ly-----:......_".s.ltd "'-'
, _'- 8. Slander or unfitting speech City of Live Oak, of horses, mules, U IS a iii 4 II pat isr..r
togs and goats and to provide for of Live Oak, the northern boundaryof ,L.iteLtu
.y "I'x
against the Virginia Company of the Impounding and disposing of the which said extension shall be a 46 a 110 p.. i.i lltry#
London its council committees of- line drawn at right angles with Ohio il'fpmLy. cbaa ...-. ,
g same approved October 6, 1903, be 54a m str.- i.I
ficers, representatives, or againstany and the same are hereby amended so avenue frem a" point on the eastern 5ZTp..L- 1r __- ._ .. {Jtit.
side of Ohio avenue directly oppositeto a ; t do
as to read as follows:
of its decrees orders-first of
or I of Wilbur ._ "'
the northern bounadry .. -- -
"Section 1. Horses mules hogs II.
fense, whipping'and public apology; and goats shall not be allowed to run street as it now stands running at ..... .._._ ....-DPmnI.rk-_._ :ilIA'.b
, second, galleys for three years; third, at large upon any of the streets. alleys rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 24.5 I a p at \ u 1".1112M

t same; fourth, death. lanes or unenclosed property of feet to White street in White's Addi- m l50p.M -P __ ..-M;
tion in said City of Live Oak Flo- '.
t 9l: Unauthorized trading with the the City of Live Oak, and that cows three feet
shall not be allowed to run at large Ida excepting therefrom '
i... Indians; robbing an Indian coming upon any of the streets lanes or across the northern side of the (d) Telesncla 01'Telephone Statioa. W Flax StatiotL tr) Resi.ta: II)
T. P.
f to trade; rendering the false accounts public highways of the said City, or Parshley family burial grounds Station MstaiS, '

; by any officers of colony; mariner other unenclosed premises, within which is Included In said descriptionand sacs Goner er.Anent.
" the following boundary in said Cityof within the Iron fence inclosingsaid
selling at higher rates than fixed by
Live Oak Florida. to-wit: burial grounds. TO THE
governor or council; killing any Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation i _

'" domestic animal or fowl without consent and First streets intersects and run- proceedings shall be instituted in the -',>

r- -- pf the Governor-death. ning south to where Irvin and Carroll name of the City of Live Oak. In accordance -

:. 10. Failure to keep regular hours streets Intersect, thense east to with the provisions of the JAMESTOWNExpositi
Houston street thence south along Statutes in such case made and provided
R of work for the colonY-first offence. Houston street to John street thence for the purpose of carryingout z

to lie neck and heels together all east on John street to Church street. the provisions of Section 1 of

night; second, whipping; third, gal- thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance.

leys for one year. poration line, thence east on corpora- Section III. That this ordinance ol
tion line to White street, thence shall take effect upon its passage b.*
11. Running away to the Indians; north on White street to Howard the Council and approved by the ::

robbing gardens of Flowers or veget- street. thence east on Howard streetto Mayor or upon its becoming an

ables; stealing corn or other grain- a point opposite Georgia avenue, ordinance without. the-approval of the ,

?- death. thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.
to the northeast Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
12. Refusal to to the ministerfor avenue corner ft via the
go Bryson street and Georgia avenue, Robertson, and passed by City J
religious Instruction first offence thence due north along section line Council in regular session assembled

,, :whipping; second whipping I to. a point opposite Fifth street on this. 8th day.of\April. A. D. 1907.

twice and apology; third whipping I thence west to and along- Fifth streetto CHAS. H. BROWN
President Council.
i Atlantic Coast Line railroad, City AtlanticCoastLiiPeople
daily until public apology and con-: Attest:
thence southwest across Atlantic
trltion. S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I .
1 Coast Line railroad to First street ,
13. Fraud of any baker, cook, or thence west along First street to S. P. Mays City Clerk of the -'-
City of Live Oak. lorida, do hereby
point of begtnning.u"Section
Ashman employed by the colony-

first offence, loss of ears; second,, the City II.Marshal It shall or ,be any the,deputy dutyof Ordinance certify that No the 57 ajove was regularly and foregoing pass- all over Florida see the Atlantic Gmt Us'

galleys one year; third, galleys three 1 Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council on the 8th day pie,Folder" schedules to the Jamestown Erpcsfia/:

years." City to take possession of and placein of April, A. D. 1907, and the sameis
with Pullman i bu&
trains each through L
certified daily
the way
hereby to Mayor for ,
This was the code used three hun- a pound to _be provided for that '
purpose any horse, mule, hog or goat his approval 4 cars.
dred to make
years ago men good. It
my hand and seal of said
found him them '
by at
or running
was truly the. surtvival of the fitest.It large upon' any of the streets, alleys City this 8th da> of April, A D. Season sixty days and fifteen days.limit excursars

must have been after reading such highways or other unenclosed pro 1907. 7 10th November 30th at fos:
(Seal) 1 S. P. MAYS on sale daily from April to
within .
history that Auxly wrote "Thoughtful perty said City, and likewise .."
take possession of and place In said City Clerk. low rates.
men, once escaped from the bind- Examined and approved by me Coach excursions at very -!
pound any cow found by him or them
ing influences of traditional prejud- running at large on any of.the streets this 9th.day of April. A. D. 1907.M. For further information see your nearest ra&aJi

ices; will find In the lowly stock alleys lanes public highways or E. BROOME. Mayor.

whence man has sprung, the best other unenclosed property of said or write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Ag

evidence of the splendor of his ca- City of Live Oak within the bound- 1. \ lantic Coast Line Jacksonville,Fla. .i
aries prescribed in Section I hereof." ,
pacities; and will discern, in his long A
"Section VIL For catching and LIQUID COLD CURE
progress through the past a reasonable impounding stock under this ordin-

ground of faith in his attaIn- ance, the City Marshal shall be en- ..HOLAXATIVE -

ment of a nobler future.-Tropical titled to the following fees, namely:
Sun.: t For catching and impounding horses COUGH SYRUPTHE Live Oak Perry &

mules and cows fifty cents per head, d
goats thirty'cents per head, hogs one "'i;
Express Rate Decision.In dollar per head. For feeding and '

handing down a decision order- takingcare of such stock while In Railroad Company.

: ing that an express rate that had been pound for horses mules and cows he THE ORIilNAL "

raised from 50 cents to $1 be reduce shall receive forty cents per day per j jWBdT
bead each.for hogs or goats ten cents NEW Schedule Effective April 7, 1907. t
dto 60 cents the Interstate
Com-I per day per head each; for advertising '
merce Commission remarks that "to I and selling such animals he shall IDEA SOUND ..,,--j

pay the agent a commission insteadof receive the sum of fifty cents for 1ST.C'LoA.18 D.CL48S 1s'r.cua:

a 'salary, and to pay the railroad horses, mules or cows per head, and Mail.&. Pu en-fit. and gad a pass, '''j
. for Pa eer. Paaa.No. h& tIC'
hogs or goats the sum of twenty-
t a percentage._ Instead of fixed
; lbp.
five cents per head each. The word No.1. No.8 Nat Md
amount or a mileage\>r a tonnage, "bog" under this ordinance shall be The K4 CloTw Bloctofii ana t.. Hoary BM ea Sunday Daily ex, DaOy ... '
a--.ry B tU.. Duly. Omly .S 0*
taken '
may be practically a 'very satisfac- to include "pigs. .

tory arrangement nt between the ex- Section Ha. That this Ordinance "A Cold or a Couth nearly always produces A. M. P.M. P.M. .. P. MAT P....
shall take effect immediately upon j constipation--the water all runs to the Lcare Lea.. L..v. Atriee fl 6
press company and the railroad and its passage by the Council and syes. nose and throat instead of 800 1 SO 2 40 ..Live Oak-.........- 4 }4
the but from the standpointof approval the pa.ssrr out 8 13 143 2 M ____Rocky SinJt.._......._.. 41 .11I f'
agent; by tbe Mayor as to mules, pal, system through the liver and kidneys. a 8 18 1 48 3 a._._..._..__Starr._.._...___. a 412 'M f'
the public such an Arrangement horses, goats and hogs but shall not 1 For the want of moisture the bowels! -come 822 1 (2 807 _._.._Kercer....,,_.... 4 IIi II III!! f'
and hard.' 826 1 65 3 15 ..... ..__. 40ol
into effect to until 60 dry Nearly all other Platt. tf
supPort go as cows days cough cures -" -'-- >bf
held i
cannot be to the reas- tan
8341 2042OTAr 8 30 _... .. 11ft.
onableness of aQx.rate.which the ex- from its passage by the City Council. are constmaHrp.O!!sr> cld r those containing Lv 8 UiAr ( 5 40 -__-"- Dowltev .....w............... LT !
Passed by City Council in regular Opiates. Kennedy Laxative Hooey and Ala 45 LT8N 4 45 LT. 41 -- Dowlin Park ..........-. i
f press company chooses to charge." session this 8th day of April. A. D. Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates. > 4 49 .15..._...._._.Chancey......:......._.. ...
853 462 I 4 17 .__..._.BeIL._._...__...
1907. CHAS. H. BROWN 87a 4 4 SO layo Junction 'JI.-I.2
For a cold or a;cough, take Ken- President City Council. KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE. 900 TAr 4 ===...."._Day ,_..-...::::::=.::.: 2SU ::
i Attest: a COOLT 4 _._...... ".._.:Day....................._..
nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It Is .* toe ..4 ..,...._._-...._..-SIIo..m............._.
r. S. P. MAYS. City Clerk.I 910 5 10 4 ...._.__Townaend._._._._. 'Ii' y
better than any other cough remedy S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the 2S 126 5 I--.. _.._Smith .._-..-. 2S 4Ct "
because its laxative principle assuresa City of Live Oak Florida do hereby 942 638 ( -"-'_Fenholloway_...__- 241LI II,
f 10 10 60620Ar ...... I -
6 Perry___..,. _' !, !
a healthy copious action of the eertljv that the above and foregoing Aria 25 6 s .... --- .H'.-..pton Spring..?.?....- t .L P...Elf
Ordinance No. 56 was regularly passed HONEVpoTAR A. M. i IP. M. I P M. Y- I
bowels and at the same it heals Irritation -
by the City Council on the 8th day

i of the bowels and at the of April. A. D. 190, and the sameis (IbSr-R.Heves Colds-by MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
working them out
,t same time it heals irritation of the hereby certified to the Mayor for of the system through a copious action of

throat: strengthens the bronchial Us approval. the bowels.
Witness hand and seal of said piss
_Relieves BOUND.
tubes and allays inflammation of the Coughs by cleanalnr and
City_ this 8th
day of April A. D. ,
mucous membrane. Contains Honey 1907. strengthening the the mucous membrane.ol > issA Frt.A Paeae. Paaees P =
throatcbest.lungs and bronchial P Y
and Tar pleasant to take. Children (Seal) S. P. MAYS. tubes. Pan. ie. Yer ra.aNw

f: like It. Conforms to the National City Clerk. For Croup. Whooping Couth La Grippe j T. Nw a, Nw 11, Nw 11, Nap ''N 3
Examined and approved by me Idueu&Bronchiw, and all Coazi t, Deity Dotty Sn a7 y yu Bub iEe
t Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. Colds Lung and ,Bronchial afltctioas BO =.Sna ez3na Ong OngA.

t' City Pharmacy. dORDIVAXCi E. BROOME. Mayor. remedy is equal to Ctansdy'a Lazatlr M. r.
'' I Honey and Tar. Ch114na like it. X91e a Leave Lesv. Ar fa

940 b.0 .. ..... .
: A'o. SO. Put. sp M ISe,100 sad 1.00 bottles the ... 4 b6 9 a3 t tr10 :
I .. t; 43 ....... !;j
L ,
:. An Ordinance to amend Sections ORDINANCE NO. 57. .wr" Co DeW,,i Oe..Ohie.ge Us.a 36 b 06 10 03 t e !

1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of tbe An Ordinance providing for the 10 Ar a 40Arie )1ayo.-- t.
City of Live Oak. Florida, being an establishing, opening and extendingof Sold by Csty: Pharmacy

k Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to : Wilbur street in the City of Live 8 Regular stop. Connection made at Dowllng Par for

prohibit the running at large on the : Oak. Florida, from the east side of from Lire Oa. and to
:t streets of the City of Live Oak of Ohio avenue eastward to White Perry. For Information M pother

'-:- horses mules hogs and goats, and I street in White's Addition to said lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Meat',

;, to provide for the Impoundimg and City ten hundred and thirty-two OLmIlONEY TAB y ling Building Live Oak

disposing of the same" passed (1032) feet said street to be fifty' togas tins eou !2s'aad heals 1nra ; TH08. DO\VLIXG, iWiderU R. P. HOPIQ '

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r r UYE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. MO3 DAY, MAY 1t3. 1907clty Rr" +

,, ,
I "
Coasts the largest Pure"?Grape Juice Preserves Beauty. I- Mininmi nun M i i 11 m in iMiinnnm i.n f
-8cho1 In the worl nWfc (CLINTON MEEKS[
--'* : fireproof construction beauty in springand summer, several

tand cost I2-000-000- "New York girl have found. Is SEABOAD I

; lions for 4,0 00.pupils.i pure grape juice. It keeps the''complexion : I

clear by keeping the, blood

jjojce' 180 i Sullivan St. cool and that's half the battle in the \

I. K. H* writes: "About care of a delicate skin, as any phy- Airline Railway.
bought two bottles of sician will admit. The pureblood
Cure. It cured me of of the grape that has not gone thro' Wholesale and Retail -

=cse ep pf Kidney trouble of any process of fermentation can be I'I Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, '
It certainly taken almost with -Impunity. It Is *
landing Raleigh Richmond,
; Washington Baltimore Dealers in Flori-
good medicine, and I not a stimulant in the ordinary sense i ib'ut .' ,
d: Philadelphia and New York. '
emend it." City Phar- it emphatically is a food and in
d-w* that respect stimulates not only the.
da and WesternMEATS
Jaded appetite but the overworked !

-:-|tf-- R*1ner of Maryland is InoadeQuate'salaries digestion. As a nerve tonic is has i TWO ELEGflNT JRfllNS DOILY
for school few equals within the laymen's ken. I

reception he told ajKrtt Moreover, it is a refreshing beverage,
'u4 at a
,- a teachers' meeting in a and taken cool but not iced, quench' I Seaboard Express Seaboard 1\1ail :

where the salaries were ex- es the thirst quickly. Miss Louise

9.A rich" portly banker McAllister is one of the growing

meeting with an address. number of New Yorkers with whom

"art,"The banker, concluded his grape juice is a permanent feature of ]Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ,.

'villa an enthusiastic gesture the spring and summer diet. It is Phone 24. -

words: 'Long live our school on her table at almost every meal, I
e"WBat on?* shouted a thin and friends who go to her country Promdt deliveries ;
B', I The Jamestown Exposition Line
.; man in a black coat home are served- with tempting' gob
with chalk marks" lets of the drink in early stages of
p .meared their visits. Seldom does Miss 'Mc I NORFOLK, VA. anywhere in the

1X You Love Allister fail to make converts of
I I Excursion Tickets on S' le Daily
those to whom she Introduces the.
wonder why he I City.
yfYou palatable fluid and the rapidly _
,Bad'a bottle of White's Creamand" fads :
is attaining the dignity cult.- i
ne will never cry. Atlanta Journal.A I For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
yeynave worms: and thedon't" \ of Seaboard, or write,
} It. White's
",?Yermlfnge know rids the child of Aarow Escape.G. I S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass. Jacksonville., Fla.. THe Great HeadacHe( Cure,

and 1 deans out its system InBIUjray. W. Clord, a merchant of Plunk 111111111111111111111111111 II > H'i I M i II I I I Jill*
,Mo., had a narrow escape four years i
Every mother should Bromo-Pepsin .I
ago when he ran a jimson bur into
in the
little of this medicine
his thumb. He says: "The doctor , , , , , ,
> With it, feafneed never enter: T "Note the Word "
Pepsin j
wanted to amputate it but I would
Dt}u.Co.Price 25c. Sold by d-w.Su- not consent. 1: bought a box of Buck- I 1 OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT- i Headache Indigestion,

( i len's Arnica Salve and that cured the : CURES Insomnia.. Nervousness _
dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. is I
;ilacco In the form of cigars & Groover, druggists. d-w broad enough to accommodate all, and On the Spot. I
effective germ klllBpox -

rtes an was prevalent In Can- In Goldfield the other day a de- HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless!

feBi,,during the recent visit of 111 Draggif. 10. ZS, Ml tO.
puty sheriff's pistol was jerked out of
1.- The. folks with their small savings.
Duchess of Connanght young Par Sale
and the By
his pocket by the restiveness of
'Patricia, and the 2.-The.mead91inner,'striving to accumulate a fund {
Princess The
horse he was riding and fell to the City Pharmacy
"ay they were compelled to road. The horse stepped on it and to procure a home, or a competency for old age. =

incessantly as a so discharged a cartridge the bullet 3.-The welltodofor the convenience afforded and LIVE OAK FLA.
of the disease. The duke the income'provided.. 11-23-trwi-yi.
from which killed a girl who was
wntared out without a cigar. standing on the sidewalk. It cut her 4.:-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.

''Jour toot has not been pro- jugular vein. "I : : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida THOMPSON & WARREN

the, entire system Is : .
hi the same proportion. If You Don't ., 4 . . + . , , ,', .", Drays and Delivery Wagons.

succeed the first time use Herbine
acb seeds help. Kodol
Furniture moving and Lumber
at.and Dypepsla not only and you will get Instant relief. The

'.bt yon eat, it tones the greatest liver regulator., A positivecure Hauling Specialties.

r'to* ad's.strength to the for Constipation .Dyspepsia STOVE WOODAny

[tody. Makes rich, pure blood. Malaria Chills and all liver com delivered
I%'?uforuyto! the National Pure plaints. Mr. Cof Emory Texas, length to any part

'brag' Law. 'Sold by Cityd writes: "My wife has been using Her- of city, promptly. Give us your
bine for herself and children for five
btlines. Phone 55.
,.. years. It is a sure cure for constipation ? -

;tie new boys who have en- and malaria fever which is sub- .

"the Rummer term at DenfCrttege stantIated' by what it has done for H. J. MORRIS

Stratfordshlre/- my family. Sold by Suwannee Drug mama saess

p a lOa of King Lobengula. late Co. d-w. Contractor and Builder

(MiUbelf, In Aflrca. The lad Apply for plans, estimatesand
.. > Deastone under the auspices The Frencji War Department Is For Sick Livers specifications.Office .

,',Jameson, the Cape permier, engaged In making out lists of motor
:g b desired that he shall be vehicles which may be regarded as on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing.

la,thi best traditions. of available In case of war. The automobiles

i public school life. are divided into three classes
Y according to the carrying capacity?

,Stop Grumbling The census includes the public-service ---COMPOUND **+ "iiuniiiMiiiiii

'1 if JW suffer from Rheumatism orBallard's vehicles. and ; : DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ;
hr Snow Liniment .

' ,_ J quIck relief. It is a sure' When King Edward VII. visits A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by I I VETERINARY i !
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur-
hr Sprains Rheumatism his diet is
Con- Marienbad for the cure sick spell tomorrow.
chased today may save you a
- Muscles and all pains-afcd much restricted. For breakfast he \ Solicits your patronage-Office I I11I1I1I1I1I11I1I1I11f11l1J

the,reach of all. Price 25c, may partake of eggs cold ham, rusks r, CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER at residence Phone (>rings) 148 '

LOL, 'a, .R. Smith Tenaha and coffee. Luncheon is served about ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED I
tes: l,hue used< Ballard's half past 1, and the following diet
Mrs. W. A. WbiteweH Emory, Tex.. .
Im.elrt In my family for years is recommended: Fresh trout chichen writes: "My child had chills and fever

i;found it a fine remedy for veal and compote of plums for four years. We tried all kind of
and aches. I,recommend it while white wine with Geisshubler medicines, and finally an acquaintance of
hi the chest." mine recommended Herbine. We used Chamberlain'sColic :
Sold by Su- water is drunk.
is completely
three bottle, and the child now
"Ig co: d-w* cured. You have my permissionto

r 12,000,000 People in Egypt. publish this testimonial, as I cheer- :, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy I
, Prey on flies-a fact which fully recommend Herbine to all mothers 1s 1t
Alexandria May 10.-The popula- having children afflicted as mine."
Italy Almost has need
On family
$ any sums tion of Cairo Is 640.000 and that of LARGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GEHBHlE every
early autumn day in the of a reliable remedy for colic ordiarrhea
u tountrr parts, when the Alexandria 370.000 according to a : BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. at some time during,the
census completed. The total population -
tAble,Is blackened with ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. year. "' f
of Egypt is estimated at 12,000- I
_may see a "wasp sail In at This remedy is recommended
s ,i lador, select a fly, roll 000\ s by dealers who have sold it tat 1
Tokio's bank clearings last year SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ,
: ttlUt op and carry It Out many years and know its value. ,
were $1,750,000.000, an increase of
washine and It has received thousands d
soon .returns $500O a.000 over 1905. Suwannee Drug Company. testimonials from grateful people.

It has been prescribed by physicians -

s carbouzed Ion Pay Alimony. with the mot satisfactory t
Witch Hazel -To be divorced from your appendix results.It t
QQ;not back aches It is almost in three years the gold circulationof
merely When
R teal oa the sur- Tlere will be no occasion for it if you your has often saved life before
Desettates the Invariably an indication thaI some- the Bank of Japan has increased
pores and keep your bowels regular with Dr. medicine could have been sent foror .i
b lieves. tain caused by King's New Life :Pills. Their action thing Is wrong with your kidneys. $5.000.000 the silver circulation a physician summoned. i
ids, euu and skin Is so gentle that the appendix never Weak diseased kidneys' frequentlycause $4,000.000, while the note circula- It only costs a quarter Can
$ 3 eSPeciaUy good for has cause to make they least complaint a: break down of the entire system tion has only increased by $8,500- you afford to risk so much for so
-i of Imitations, Sold by Guaranteed by Barclay & DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder little? BUY IT NOW I,
Pills afford prompt relief weak kidneys 000.
Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try
w11 backache, Inflammation of the
Li ? <* a Chinese them. d-w ,
flznoIIed bladder and all t'i rriary troubles.
him for desert -Kidney complaint kills more people
that Sold by City Pharmacy. to wash aD7 kind of :
t t haed she had Disturbed the Congregation. than any other disease. This is due USE IAVA9URA cloth or lace;to ilea ns.
was now imposb -The person who disturbed the congregation Though the half-yearly net profits insidious thatit wood-work.paiDta fur-
the disease being so
niture.ete..to scour floors iron pots or cooking
i n his trick of last Sunday by continualy Bank of Japan am-
of the Industrial ge tsa good hold on the system before utensils, remove dandruff or perspiration. Ask
coughing Is requested to buy a bottle ounted to '$550,000, only $10,000 Kid- your grocer for it or Bend his name to j
of Foley's Honey and Tar. City' Pharmacy was paid out for Directors' ",.es and it Is recognized. Foley's Lavadura Chemical Co. !
0 '
; health and hop- ,. d-w bonuses. ney Cure will prevent the develop- ,
Early Risers ment of fatal disease if taken in time. Savannah Georgia.

-- qty, sick The Imperial, Railway: ; Administration "Life insurance companies In Japanare City Pharmacy. d-w
aue 1057 come construct paying 16 per cent dividends. In ';
on Bureau of Japan Is to FOLETSHONH TAR
-- -- Early Riser.der. 18 railways' total length, of 1,250 one of the mthe directors got only
;: miles. $3,000 fees for their year's work. Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. r. .1i.U4re.+ f,se*e. 110 fpiatf

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OVERFLOW LOC." $. Tackay Skating and Band Concert

s Mrs. Jesse. McCalL ot ,N W york, at the :Auditorium Wednesday night.-- ..
and Miss Susie- .Philips, \ of Tampa, A 'prize will :be awarded to' the boy

who have been, here on a visit to and 'k1rl; 'earing the tackeyest cos-.
their sister, Mrs. S. J. White returned tumes. Music will be!'furnished 'by-
to: belfres tlTe homes yesterdays the Fifth City Brass Band. Admission -

'They,: have many friends in Live adults 15c; children lOc Bene-
Oak who will miss them. fit Fifth City Brass Band.J. .

Col.,"Edwin C. Page of Evergreen, : C. Halle, Sr., Is here from
Ala., ishere this week. He Is as Gainesville on a 'visit to his son's
sociated-with Roberson & Small In family for a week or ten days. Mr. fllT

the.defense of McCall who is charged Haile is one of the leading citizens

r with murder in the first degree, In in Florida, somewhat advanced in ,

the killing of his brother, at, O'Brien. years! tut'he can give the rising
generation pointers that they could
about one year ago. Y
profit by. He often: visits Live 'Oak, By universal testimony Red Rock
and he never fails to receive a hearty
W. U. Michael, of Maryland, is
now "employed ,by ihe' Suwannee welcome.A. Fruit 'Punch has been awardedthe

Hardware Company as'sales manager. I of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiVn
palm a"-r
us E. Wrigglesworth., -
Mr. Michael highly .
;: comes among and should be
recommended as a gentleman of business of the job department'of the Live success to all social prepared in accordaiIa

: ability and high" social stand Oak Publishing Company returned WIth the following: ,"P'" ? *- '"-'"-
ing, and he will make. friends in Live from Umatilla yesterday, ,where 'he' -' FORMULA: ", : "

Oak. has been on a visit to D.'O. Henry's (Quantity Sufficient_ for Twenty-Five,Guests) :
; family, and enjoying fishing in the 8 ORANGES 6 ROCK 1 PINEAP
Tackey Skating and Band Concertat lakes In' that community.' Mr. Wrig- 4 QUARTS RED GINGER ALE
the Auditorium Wednesday: night. glesworth had rather fish than eat 1 POUND SUGAR -- 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRI .

A prize will be awarded to, the boy at any time, but when it comes to Crush oranges and lemons, chop PIneapple fine, cove', with \'

and girl wearing the tackeyest cos- enjoying from away a banquet back. he Is an "e !'er". allow to stan :for 3 hours,"press out he.juice and add to thIS f tie 1
I t mes. Music will be furnished by
I" the Fifth City Brass Band. Admis- pint of cherries and plenty of cracked Ice. Just before' 'seryli :iadi

sion, adults 15c; .children lOc. Benefit Ed. P. Mills went to Wellborn this the:four quarts of Red Rock I \ ;: < ,
Fifth City Brass Band. morning on the train. We do not '
know how he will return, unless A. 1A

A. A.' Davis, of Lakeland, Eugene W. McLeran and Dr. Smithson con-
". Lee, of Waycross; C. T. Beavers, of tribute toward his railroad fare. He
Waycross; H. T. Carroll and M.' L. is most too short in the legs to walk years old, and a native Floridian, and i I 1 :11 I 'I I II II II i ((1'1 i ''I r'" Ilill:1
Joyner, the latter a prominent Seat back, and most too thin to lie with he has no one to" take care of him.
board Air Line conductor, are..in the safety on' the rods. The whistle believe- this is the right step in Mr. I 1 NOTICE .
city today. All are railroad:employees' would blow him away, and we cannot Dorman and 'a Just cause.I I
t popular with the people, and they are afford to lose Ed. Immediate attention hope both the house and senate will To Contractors and Prospective Builders: '
receiving the hearty handshake in is called' to the terrible predica- join Mr. Dorman; in this matter and
Live Oak.Tackey. ment in which he is now placed. help this worthy and deserving old I '
veteran. I am a friend to all such ., -THE .LIVE OAK. BRICK & SUPPLY (oj

Skating and Band Concertat The Misses Jessie and Mattie Boat- moves. A DEMOCRAT .'
'the Auditorium Wednesday night.A right, two of the sweetest young will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Bu2&g.g

prize will be awarded to the boy ladies who live In Suwannee county, "North Live Oak Is Growing Very Fast Plaster,JLaths and all kinds of Brims i'
and girl wearing the tackeyest cos- and whose bomes are at Kirkland, |i Editor Democrat-I often notice
tumes. Music will be furnished by were here this morning, en route to you say something of the rapid growth OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Askft/J

the Fifth' City Brass, Band. Admission Madison to attend school. We have I bf the 'city on"'Ohio avenue, towards ,
adults 15c; children lOc. Benefit known these young ladies for a long Oak Hurst 'and I want to let !
Oak Brick &
Fifth, City Brass Band. time, but have had no intimate ac- you;know the north end 'Of, said The Live Supply
quaintance with them. However avenue'from'center of city'to the city _'iiiiiiii
Jeff. L. Davis, of the White Springs when one approaches them he cannot I i cemetery is not'asleep by1 any means. hI II II 'I III I! I'm II ill"I III I ;P!:"' ,.

Herald, was here Saturday and today. help but admire them. They are There are several new' residences going '!!! __ i
Jeff'seems to have some leisure time, true specimens of our southern belles, !I! up all the'time,and when one Is "
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which newspaper men are not usual- noble, good girls, that southern manhOod started; some one is trying to buy I .
ly accredited with. However, Jeff. would sacrifice life to protect oc rent it before it Is completed. And

is a hustler and can make up lost and defend. our only trouble has been one little t'I tl SOUTHERN BUSINESS CSPECIAL [
time, provided there are no pretty hill between the I:Armory Hall and
girls in sight. In that case he will Rev. C. A.. Ridley was not able to cemetery, and Captain Lyle is 'hav-
lose all the lime and don't give a fill his pulpit at either hour yester- ing it cut-MowS* and fixed. So we
z drum whether his paper gets out or day on account of a continued attack people In North Live Oak have aboutas '"

not.: of musclar rheumatism which has already -, good driving streets as any part [ :I fl. f-
I lasted for two weeks, and the of town While we haven't as much ., .
r. The, :Democrat has Just gotten outa end is not yet. Rev. P. W. Corr, of tile walk as some of the south side '
"Prospective Programme of the the: Jasper Normal preached at 11 a. has, but we have a' fine soft grass

I Broughton Meetings and Workers' m., and Rev. TJ.. Euans at night: side walk nearly all ''the :way tb the I q y 1s
Conference, to be ,held in this city The congregations were good at both cemetery, and 'Vassure'you that the
with the Baptist church June 2-13. services. Mr. Ridley hopes to be north'side' of the city is" nearly'even

We note among the conference able to attend the Southern Baptist :with the south side, and If you don't :
speakers the names of some mighty i Convention, which meets Thursday of i believe me, you come up this way
strong 'men. From the list we clip this week in Richmond, and also the and''look at the new buildings just
the following: Dr. Len G. Broughton Jamestown Exposition. His congre- finished, ahd those'not yet completed

Dr. B. P. Robertson, Dr. L. D. gation has presented him with a purse and you will open your eyes and
Geiger, Dr.. J. R. Gunn president sufficient to defray all expenses, wonder If the city is going'to spread, ANNOUNCEMEK
Georgia Industrial Home; Dr. L. E. which of course he greatly appre- to the Suwannee Springs on Snwanne J

Barton, Rev. ,W. ,L, :Mahon: Rev. S. ciates. It is thought that Mr. S. P river. Yours, a citizen of North ,
J. Euans. Rev. F. C. Edwards, Rev. Mays, Dr. J. W. West and Mrs. C. Y. Live Oak. LIVE OAK. ; For the next ,three months a; FOUR MONTHS' SCEQ ,
R. T. Marsh Rev. C. A. Owens, Rev. Byrd all from the Baptist church will ;f will be issued, good inANY* DEPARTMENT, for only$3 .*1

I J. W. Wheeler and Dr. C. C. Carroll. accompany Mr. Ridley. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD: : Special ,courses in all Departments have been 10 srtr

: student entering on'this special offer'tfan' ,finish witfun the Istf
Deputy Sheriff Hemming got lost The city editor of the Democrat Special Occasions-Southern Baptist : scholarship. -

at Hampton Springs yesterday. Conductor visited Perry yesterday, and was a Convention and Auxiliary Societies This is an'opportunity which you afford tom J
McKinnon found him under a guest of Mr. Osborn, formerly of the Richmond, Va.. May 16-21 10OT : **
Do wish increased? Enroll with n.II
huckleberry bush, reading a novel Democrat force, and also of Editor Account of the above occasion, w : you your salary ****
help you to a good better one than j
position, or get a
entitled "What Don't Know South Pound's family. Perry is getting to announce round-trip rate of one fare '
of the Fenholloway." The genial conductor be quite a city, and the people there plus twenty-five cents In the sale of : WRITE FOR CATALOG.
took' compassion upon the de- are clever and genial. Things have tickets to Richmond, Va.; tickets at :
( puty sheriff, tied him on to the changed somewhat however and a this rate being on sale from May 13tu I:

whistle of the engine, and headed this temperance spasm has struck the peo- until 16th Inclusive, with final limit .
way. As Sunday hours were observed ple. There was a time when you to leave Richmond fifteen days from' : :SOUTHERN BUSINESS CULEE

r' in the 1-Jv'e Oak, Perry & Gulf offices, could get something to invigorate date, of sale. However, by complying : ;

Hopkins was asleep, and the friends the,inner man" at almost every other with certain-conditions and npoa>> LIVE OAK FLORIDA-
b of Mr. Hemming guaranteed his fare door, but now one has to carry ;':s payment of fee of $1.00 an extension : ,

i to Live Oak. We have money, or its "Peruna'* with him if he expects to of this limit ta June 17th may be : .l. M. ATTON. President G. S. STEPHENS*
t equivalent, to wager that Paul Hem be "invigorated" We were told that procured ,
s :
; ming will not make another trip oft one could not get a dose of paregoric The Seaboard has been declared ,I
that character, until after circuit there on Sunday unless the prescription the official route for delt'gates.to this

T, court adjourns. was endorsed by the county meeting. Those having the matter
judge, mayor of the city, and three In hand were evidently guided
,. A. G. Lunchford, of Lynchburg, county commissioners and as there was reaching the decision to name our !' -
Va., will, tomorrow, relieve W. T. only one of the latter in the city we line by some of. the at&active fea- BOTTLED
Gill, of this city In the Southern Ex- had to put up with just common, wa- tures of our service
f' press Company's office. )lr. Gill goes ter. It was tough, but a friend espiedus among these being our double dally
to Madison to take the position of on the street, and drove us down to service with through. coaches and t
./ agent for the company at that place. a creek, and there was a "boiling sleepln gears.

He is a young man of excellent busi- spring" of something good that satisfied -: Our people, with an idea of afford-
ness qualifications, who has made our cravings until we struck I ing Coate
a delegates
to this
and other con Brings City JOYS to
I many warm friends during his stay Lake Oak Tiger. Now will this satisfy ventions held io Richmond 'f
In Live Oak, and he will be sorely you, brother Pound! 'for an opportunity tf'!.
I visiting the Jamestown
missed by patrons' of the express of- I Exposition, have Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantar.". i
fice here. Endorses Donnan. I perfected an ar- drawn from a fountain-the every/ '
whereby .
:Mr. Editor Democrat-Please allow tion of tickets return por- absolutely right. Where every y

W. A. Goodrich, of Jacksonville, a me space for a few words. Hon. mond are honored reading from from Rich- automatically measured out there 1*J .J:
nephew of Mrs. W. McDaniel has W. R. Dorman may not be any too Va., without Portsmouth, for carelessness by a clerk. Dfreshen ,;. ;
additional Dt '
been in the city since Saturday. Mr. good, but he must have a Christian. alone charge. This and invigorates and makes draW
certainly makes the Seaboard strength without loss aremaL1cbeIPt
or injuryThere
Goodrich is a very clever young man, spot somewhere his heart aa ] especially attractive. on Crown Label and* sure to
:- and If he was not trying to hustle so often see some charitable work of his: 'is'aT
There (
t' much in Jacksonville, ,he would take In the right way and right place. i to have the, Florida Bapt1stsassemble.now on foot. LOOK BEFORE YOU DIUIJ! ,

time,to look around In Live Oak, and see where he has introduced a bill In Jacksonville
the result would be he would locate for the relief of T H. Hurst, of this on the moving from here' .
same train, r
here. We want just such good city, who Is one of the oldest veteransin a body. This one might say In' !
.. ,the too will make the trip
.cltiuna state.
He Is
.elghty.four.. more pleasant- ? Subscribe W
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