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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TEXTBOOK BILLS I ,"

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and Humphries Bills Upg

*te_Senator Johnson Tax Assessment Laws of Florida Defective -

Oten Amendment \ yit + -Decision Effects Every

County In the State



,May 16--For the first l ::--

" .ties' in iU history the leg- j Pensacola, May 15.The: tax aa* z

sessment laws of Florida
'oi Florida has appointed a were today

to Investigatethe actions declared unconstitutional by Judge

',' committee. Or to be more Charles Swayne la the United States
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, court when he made the
one branch has done so. the permanent

.,.i. yesterday -f temporary restraining,order Issued a -
representatives p ,
m.. adopting a resolution offer r- ,-- \ \ 4. RErERLNDUMA 1NiTtAZIVErr few weeks ago restraining the tax

fe Calkins of Nassau provid- collector of Walton county from proceeding

'' \ to collect taxes or sell the
five to Investi-
k committee of I \ \
... \ 1 r.tww. \ \ lands of the jackson Lumber Company y
proceedings of the Joint

, ,'doing business In another state,
appointed the early part

,',- but having large holdings of timber
on to-lnvestlgate the tran-
lands in Florida. The
grounds
upon
of the trustees of the Inter-!
I. Z which. tpe bill of complaint was filed =
O ..
rrement Fund. .
by the complainants was that they

I first to last this investlgaibeea had not been given the right'to appear _

' as spectacular as it has and enter complaint regardingthe

-I assessment placed upon their property
nUT fruitless. It began
and that the law does not give
i introduction of Senate Con-
the right to owners of real estate to
\ )Resolution No.1. by Mr.
protest or'complain of
an assessment
viding for a sweeping In-
\t ..... made by any tax assessor of any COun-
of ,the fund which was :
ty in the stat The order of ,that
t1J killed,In the house and :
court states in effect that the assess-
| exciting Incidents which
ment law of Florida relative to the
here be recalled. Senate
assessment and collection of taxes
; Resolution No. 1. by Mr.i ,
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upon, real estate violates the federal I
i passed by both houses in
Brrynvan in Washington Star. constitution which guarantees the .
The appointment of the
process of law to its citizens, and 14
followed, and nothing '
FLORIDIAN. KILLED MURDER IN THIRD DEGREE. therefore unconstitutional. While
WATTERSON'S OFFER. -
ting. the house passed a .
:t
r ',I the decision was rendered,upon only
'
let'open' sessions of the '
one case, it effects everY county in
Lives North of Ohio and Potomac amWest theta _
(rtteh did .not have the Jury After Being Out, AH Night Return -
He Was a Victim of a Railroad 001- of Alleghenies %and a movement is now on foot
When the committee I Verdict In th31c9nll
; to have the
legislature now Jn session
i th&liftegtslature that.they listen Near Rome, Ga.: ", ...u +19C 4:: _Louisville, Ky., May. 15.-An offe'r to amend the laws so as to make-

|gene back as far as January T. B. Had.den. of Florida, was killed to name an acceptable leader for the them constitutional. -
J The Jury on the Bart McCall ease t _
i a partial; 'investigation.thaVit .
in a wreck of one of the special Democratic hosts of 1908 is made by
Would be Impos- stayed out all night last night, but ,
the trains of the Greater, Parker Amuse- with any of the money powers" is Damage to Cotton.
aplete investigation be- agreed on a verdict at an early hour

men ;' it proved the ment Company on the Central of I this morning the verdict being: "We "yet without any antecedents which New Orleans May 15. -Damage.to

at to find out something Georgia Railroad at Rome Ga., Sunday the jury, find the defendant guilty of could drive away conservative Dem- cotton by storms in southern Mississippi '

Mr Carter leader of the morning. I murder in the third degree.*. ocrats" and who at the same time I has been widespread within the "

ben of the committee .I Hadden who operated one of the Cases up for consideration this fills the Bryan specification of beinga last twenty-four hours. According to

to the house that her cane racks was standing on a flat car morning were: State.TS. Ed. Elliott, "good organization Democrat, who reports tonight nearly the entire -

little about what the coma when the collision occurred. He was appeal from lower court;' appeal dis- supported the ticket in 1896. county of Lauderdale will have to be i

doing he had not, seen thrown under one of the freight cars missed. State vs. Daniel Robertson Watterson gives no description o f replanted. At Woodvllle. Miss., nine

*a data collected by the extant and the wheels rolled over the lower charged with interfering with cattle the dark horse however further r tenant houses were blown down &nd _

employed to assist portion of his'body. He lived only a on range; verdict of aot guilty, .The than to-say "he does not live east of a small store was washed away durIng -

ition, and bad not seen short while after the accident oc only other case up for consideration the Alleghenies either nor south of a destructive railstorm.

slants but once and he obi curred. before noon was that of State vs. the Potomac and the Ohio."

i the committee investigating The Greater Parker Amusement Jesse Bellinger carrying concealed Mr. Watterson criticises Mr. Bry- Madison County Tragedy. '

_> administrations and then Company was en route to., Chattanooga I weapons. an's edict against any former gold .
Quitman. Ga. 15.
May -A tragedy
.Action was deferred until when the accident occurred. It I Several cases in which various individuals Democrat as the nominee saying the I
occurred yesterday at Sirman a station -
. and the adoption of the : seems, that the first section had'been j are plaintiffs and the railroad Nebraskan is unnecessarily opening a

'resolution,follo'wed. the vote i i loaded and was standing on the mainline companies entering here are defendants sore which should be allowed to heal. in Madison county Fla.. on the
South Georgia and West Coast rail-
*!,sans though the line np j( ,on a tressle when a south I I are yet to be heard which Henry Watterson in an editorial in
way. Joe Milner went to T. Sirman'sstore
.tirerent as on the famous j bound freight:struck it head on. Four will probably take up the entire week The Courier-Journal yesterday.Mr. ,
firmans was alone there.
\ Mr. Calkin's early In the cars were almost destroyed.-Chat- ,. with court work.NEWBERRY. Watterson says it has been frequently ;

i t io..reconsider the house con- I i tanooga I Star. given out that Mr. Bryan Three pistol shots were heard. Later _' _
I' people went in and found Milner
try-
>Wth the Beard amen.dmenti T. B. Hadden's home was formerlyin I I does not want the nomination next
WILL REBUILD.Merchants to lift Sirman's body off the floor.
resolution. Madison county where he is well year adding that if the Nebraskan l'l'Ing
I Sirmans had three pistol shots in the
barter and< Mr Reese of the known. wishes to play the Warwick he (Wat-
and Property Owners Have back of his neck. Milner was ar-
hated that they had ._ I terson) "can tell him of a Democratwho
" J Great Confidence in Town. rested. He denied shooting Sirmans.
;90: *ramp 'and overflowed ]I t I ,, without entangling alliancesIn
events were the passage of the pen- (Gainesville Sun.)
were perfectly to'I' course of the editorial he says:
willing bill
sion and the discussion of the Preacher on Rock Pile For Whipping
tedMr.. Griggs also of I* 'Parties arriving from Newberry. "We want to see yet another national
uniform bills. Senator
text book Child.
I
ttee voted against the'' which was recently visited by a con- Democratic triumph. Does not Mr. 1
Broome, author of the pension bill ;
,+resolution but expressed flagration which burned two-thirds of Bryan owe something to the cause of Athens Ga., May 15.-Charged ;j I
and a veteran of the lost cause madein
lame done nothing the business district, entailing a loss a leadership of which the unificationof I with having unmercifully whipped his t
as a behalf of the bill one of the most I
the committee which he I addressesof of about $100,000, report that the Democracy is the first essential? 9-year-old adopted daughter. J. H.
and eloquent
-1 -PO. to defend. Mr. 'lunpassioned property owners and mercuants havea Does he not owe something especiallyto Arnold, a traveling preacher from
Mac-
the session. Only four senators
Who was in the chair : I great deal of faith In the future the Democrats of the South who Franklin county was arraigned before .
at
voted against the bill, the four whose
, ,rated the committee <. of the town and the burned district have stood by him so loyally?" Mayor Dorsey and sentenced to

. a,Bat taring been furnish-pro-' names begin with H-, Messrs. Harris -I will be replaced by new and better "With one voice the South says'No six months on the rock pile. Arnold
) Hudson and Hum-
Henderson 3
, the rapidly as the materialcan made a statement that he had told
supporters of the buildings as to the,. proposed government owner- ti.
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phries.Uniform.. ,
'+Ye- second be secured. ship of the railways. With one voiceit the child not to play baseball on Sun-
investigating I text book bills were i iI
consists of Messrs. I Newberry is the metropolis of the says 'No to the initiative and ref- day and that she had disobeyed him. I
Wilson
fight. of Columbia. I special order<<: for the afternoon In the I phosphate belt and is a town of eren um, and with one voice it says He said he thought he had a right i ito
senate. Mr. Crane's state uniformity I
,01 The do what he had '
. Santz Rosa Malone great commercial Importance. 'Back to the constitution. Would done. I
s of bill was offered as a substitute for ,
b4 Wilson of Calhoun. '. merchants have enjoyed a remark- i Mr. Bryan turn away from the South '!
[Mr. Humphries, county uniformity ,
order maT be a ably successful trade, and with the and all chance of a Democratic victory SEED FAMINE IN
senate LOUISIANA.
., t.' ti cornthehouse bill both gentlemen contending only I is calculated that the town I I
'I new life it short of some national cataclysm -
,
tomkar -[ for their measures. Messrs Harris
been : will be more attractive from a com- ?"

the Joint appointed to''and McCreary supporting Mr. Crane mercial standpoint than ever. I Farmers Trying To Buy Back Seed

,'tl the committee 1( and Mr. Beard. Mr. Humphries. Mr. 1 1I I Central American Situation. Sold Oil Mills. '
dgtyaof vesUgat- Crane; in defense of his bill said I
of' \he, Internal. "ImJajestlgatlng. -'i. local'self-government is all right but Col. Ira. J. Carter at Baptist Church.In City of Mexico May 15.-United New Orleans, May 16.-Advices

t ., :that ''the people of the entire state the absence of Rev. C A. Ridley, States Ambassador David E. Thompson from Baton Rouge say that cotton

The have a right to protect themselves who is attending the Southern Baptist tonight received a member of seed Is becoming so scarce that farmers -
,,!IvIQ 1* staff of El Impartial and during an who have sold
,. "investigating and while a majority of the school Convention and Jamestown Exposition seed to oil mills
Carter will have interview said the Intentions of Mexico are telephoning the mills 'beg
I I boards of his county opposed his bill Col. Ira. J. to to
theJ found school and the United States toward Cen- buy stock. Many
out already? :the other members and the county charge of Mr. Ridley's Sunday as three plantings


j '1r1as.-he' probably I the' 'people of his county and he preferred of'the brightest men In, Suwannee countries' he said, desired perman- rains'In some sections have brought

f ;: their opinions to that of the county, and a* real treat Jsin_ store ent race to be established la. the planters to the verge of a seed fam-'
move
recorded .I region but both were opposed to, the ne. Several cotton
-waa the school board. The senate adjourned for this class of young men. seed oil mills

:...1'saterday data' fa the legl=j before reading an amendment: ,sent Mr. Ridley will return home in use of force'in bringing about such a ,have closed down because of the

the work. condition of affairs. scarcity
principal to the desk by Mr. Johnson, ? time for his next Sunday

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Wilmarth Notes. In the ruins of Alitla Mexico, is

the Death Column. The Indians say" 'ala..
Rev: Skelton has returned from
they can tell the number of years a'' U.
his rip in Georgia and reports havIng -.
person will live by the number of
had a good time.
spans between his finger' tips when
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Well, we are having some nice r
he embraces the column.
growing weather now and farmersare

glad and crops looking fine. By. *

the way farmers in this section are Alexander My Benton Best Friend.who lives on* Everybody Ought to Drink Red Rock.
and
more hopeful than for years past
Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y.,
are very busy at work. says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is j ,.,.: It is one of the most delightfully refreshing drinks
There is quite a number of sum- Aat
mons have been served on our peopleto my best earthly friend. It cured me made-It isone of the very few drinks that did not

attend court now in session in Live of asthma six years ago. It has also have to! change its formula one particle to conform to

Oak, to-wit: Jessie Hart. I. L. Miller. performed a'wonderful cure of in' the Pure Food Law. It has been-is and always will
wife. The first bottle ended the ter-
J."L. Hardee Rev. M. H. Toucton and I be absolutely
rible cough and this accomplished, pure.
Rev. L. M. Skelton and some others
the other symptoms; left one by one, ,.o THE R.JD ROCK CO. JACaSONVIILLE'FLA.'
we cannot call to mind now. j I
until she was perfectly well. Dr.
Mr. Lee Hardee and Mr. Thomas -
I: King's New Discovery's power over
have the contract to repair the Lura-
coughs and colds,is simply marvel .. .. .
ville spur of Florida Railway from
ous." No other remedy has ever
Wilmarth to Luraville. We hope
equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar-
they will make it a good road and .i -
clay & Groover druggists. 50c and I
we think they will.
$1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w
Mr. James Adams was in town

Tuesday. ..
We learn that Judge John Ward is "Among my professional acquaintances 1 In 1906 Japan produced 13,000,000 Famous. Indian Chiefs. As showing how 1 h

doing some good work on the roadsin ," writes a young doctor in the |tons t>f coal an increase of 1,500-I I Gen Chas King In Youth's Compan. phor growth the sal

this district. We also learn-,that Saturday Evening Post "perhaps 1$ .00 tons. The petroleum output rose I i Red Cloud still lives at the Pine Florida are a semis

L. M. Skelton Is anticipating a visit per cent of bills rendered come to from 57.000.000 to 60.400.000 gal I Ridge Agency embittered enfeebled tells of a free phsted k
nothing or practically that unless
to Richmond to the Confederate vet- lons. The Iron ore output was 114,- and nearly 90, but his honored rival Renfroe, of ftkitoti J

eran re-union in company with Mr. their value as teaching" a lesson in 000,000 pounds and sulphur reach! and successor was long ago murdered old, 40 feet high,to

{ T. Kennedy of Live Oak. patience be considered. ed 60,000,000 pounds both showing I I by hired assassins, because, of the 40 feet, and its ****

The crosstie hands here in the em- |some increase. Exports of refined I Jealousy of Black Crow subchief of above the grooad fc *

ploy of Mr. Drew are making head- Notice to Our Customers.' copper were of the value of $10.725- the Brules,,"hp; hated and hoped to I.lla around Bfchtarf8pecially

way on that line. 1000, an increase of nearly $3,000- -- adapted to&f
-We are pleased to announce thatFoley's I succeed him. Red Cloud and Spot-
Health is good here as common. 000. of tfr* **
Honey and Tar for coughs, ted Tall were the most famous chIef- development

MORE ANON. colds and lung troubles is not affect- tains and statesmen of their Its highest stt*. T9

.ed by the National Pure Food and DeWltt's Carbolized Witch Hazel tive bands but there were later respec-war- useful for the *** -

The life Insurance 'Drug law as it contains no opiates or Salve does not merely heal on the sur- riors whose deeds eclipsed those of In a few years sttP''

7 muddle has started the public to l I.other harmful drugs, and we recommend face; it penetrates the pores and [."Red" himself,

., thinking. The wonderful success that it as a safe remedy for children promptlrelleyes pain caused by Foremost of these was the daring BRONCOReadily : 3

has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin i and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w boils burns scalds cuts and skin Ogalalla chief. Crazy Horse (Tas-

its crusade on Coughs Influenza, diseases. It is especially good for hunka Witko In the Sioux; TShoonka yield c. .-

Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troulethas bAnonstop run of 712 miles from piles.City Pharmacy.Beware of imitations. Sold by Weetko. as we heard It). He was I Treatoeit tI

started the public to thinking Paris to Nice has just been accomp- d. magnificent the fatal day of the Lit- Bronchial trw***r

of this wonderful preparation.Ttey fished by Wyndham L. Sorel. Drivinga Harvard tle Big Horn (June 25. 1876), when They cannot be ***

are all using it. Join the pro 60-horse power De Diethich chassis ton University now has a Bos- the allied hordes of the Sioux and dosing. TheJ a. "
office
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cession and down with sickness. he left Paris at 2 o'clock in the moray street with E. Cheyennes surrounded Custer Uon In the air P ,
H. Wells, and his
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Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold b ing and reached Nice at 6:15 in the hereafter be in charge. He will fated five companies of the 7th cavalry -I relieved and eurea>W

Suwanee Drug: Co. d-w evening, beating all records from Tarvard Bulletin charge the as editor of the massacred every man and came alone. In this ieS a
Paris to Nice. organ of the near "I
overwhelming success
alumni association later the remaining great ofj
Recent explorers insist that there though his in- seven of
companies treatment
corralled :
eumbencey will
three natural bridges in south- not disturb the btu
are If You Don'tsucceed upon the bluffs four miles The first
managing editor of the away. ;
western Utah as much larger than the first time use Heroines the magazine in medicated aIr" '
position. Mr.
the Natural Bridge in .Virginia a and you will get instant relief. The have the auditing Wells will also Do You Love lion stopsjbecones the
Pike's Peak Is than Mount"ashlng- the quinquennial your *
greatest liver regulator. A positivecure baby! You wonder why he perm8
catalogue which has
ton., for Constipation Dyspepsia heretofore cries. Burn bottle
been published by the of White's Cream : ults.Hyomei. v
Malaria. Chills and all liver com- .- university itsell. Vermifuge and he will "never cry. i ties r;

-Kidney complaint kills more peoplethan rplaints. Mr. Cof Emory -Texas, Most babies have worms, and the ;able cures Ia tT 1

any other disease. This is due writes: "My wife has been using Her mothers don't know it. White's chronic forms ofi

"to the disease being so Insidious thatit blue for herself and children for five "Here's to your health Cream Vermifuge rids the chjld of I and Is sold )1 CWI
and i
ge tea good hold on the system before years. It is a sure cure for constipation piness"....::DeWItt's Uttle hop- worms and cleans out Its system In the same gt' :i
Foleys Kidney and malaria fever which is substantiated Early Risers a pleasant '.
It Is recognized. famous little pllta, way. Every mother should I Hy-o-mel Is
Nasty
the development by what it has- done for ; 'sick a bottle rem
Cure will prevent headache or biliousness Jeep of' this medidne in the that Is to #.. '
of fatal disease If taken in time.. my family." ,Sold.by- Suwannee Drug any time; the cure Is an may Early come Riser on With It, fear need never enter I i the'remedl **.

City Pharmacy. d-w I Co.' d-w Sold by City Pharmacy 4. her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su- I tion. The e
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h!a 1I1onment now. on foot I NOTICE !i Practical
tie Plorlda Baptists a assemble I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER -' -
'...-!!i12/a moving from here To Contractors and Prospective Builders:
35 year's experienceGood
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tram
q:-'TI- !t.too will One make tntiht the say trip In THE UV[ OAK BRICK -& SUPPLY Crf. stock of Watches always on hand. AND TAR

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.I..' .Who.disturbed the conSunday .1- Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
LAXATIVE
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cough remedy
Is!'! by contlnuaty, OUR SPEClALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. 1
quested to'buy a bottle .. For cough, cold, throat and lung
0ner and Tar. City Phar- When in need of nice wall paper troubles. No opiate Non-alcoholic.
d-w. r The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I II" call on H. ". PETTY, at Good for every* The bod genuine j. Sold erery where. i

.1 ,1lsiator ao told a cole .II'I......,. --_"I'' ...... "n I I.' I CLINTON MCCICS MARKET.ZoLET3lior'ANDT. FOLCVS aY.Uowpackage.HONEY ltcfue and aubatitutea.TAR!.la
hue endeavored xeafieman and to Prepared only by' ;
i Foley Company, Chicage.. a
+ .throwing anser. I Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. I City Pharmacy.
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t i liVE. OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM.The I VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORTDpWLINQ < ,Are yQ u---.,

Florida legislature has not ,

1-;- Published every Sunday.AfternoonExcept I looked upon Mr. Pettigrew's initia- I ;

tive and referendum resolution with PARK appreciateClothing

J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g'r. i I favor but has endorsed Bryan for the -;:-

:! Democratic presidential nomination .
Entered at the Postoffice Live Oak, '
J..." Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter rarail I of which goes to show that men I : 71---

; November 7, 1905. endorsed. when we do I "WAY DOWN UPO THE SUWANNEE RIVE*"

not believe in all they advocate.In .

t :THE LIVE OAK PDBL1SHIHG COIPAXy.1 I a government as complete and Hotel and reason pr|

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT extensive as our, own we are sure to Mineral Springs. Cottages
have the socialistic Ideas out
mailed to any .part of the United crop

States postage prepair. for $5.00 :i[I bordering on to extreme. The inijtiaUve HOT AND cot D BATHS UNSURPASS GOOD TABLE. GOOD EDS.IJM4INO

per year; ;2.50 for six months; J j I and"referendum Is beautifulin WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD STABLES.TABLES.SHADY TELEGRAPH PAVILLIONS-AND. BOATS. ETC.

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents theory and belongs ta a govern- PHONE CONNECTIONS- WELL EQUIPPED FROM LIVE OAK.

for five weeks in advance.* De- ment as a pure republic but since RATES REASONABLE GULFS CONNECTION AT lIVE oakIWITNOALLLTSA NS

livered to any part of the city by j I Switzerland outgrew the pure republican -1

carrier for 10 coats per week. | code we know of no country PARK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDA.SOUTH LIVE OAK
ADDRESS
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Our high schools are beginning to'j I I that finds It wholly applicable.

'I There is but ene reasonable objection -
close and from now on to June the
to the-Initiative and referen- ! '
sweet girl graduate has the center of
dum. It is such a good one however
the stage.-Florida School Exponent. ii
i that it places .a ban on the whole. BUSINESS COLLEGE1

scheme. The cost of putting Into 1
Mr. Dupont. of; St. ,Johns county i
effect and the necessary time which I Ii J.
has Introduced a measure in the legis-
i in justice should be given a questionfor f
lature providing that at the next gen- .
: contemplation by the general t
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eral election the people shall vote on
I public. A question of legislation :' t
capital removal to some point east of .
may be given thorough consideration t r'-
the Suwannee river. We want to stile !
I by a representative body in a very
here and now that if the capital is to .
I short time and be accepted or reject ,: '1
be moved. live Oak is in the fight to .,
I ed at a comparatively small outlay
the finish for it., I :
from the exchequer: of the govern

I ment but undertake to lay the merits -
The Tallahassee Sun says that Mr.
i ,and demerits of a proposed piece
H. bove Aftison is a crazy man and i.-r ;; tI
: of legislation before each individual 6'i I
yet the Miami,News says that Mr. Al
voter and provide means for him to j-

vegetable express his wishes by ballot on everj; +
+ .
such proposition and you have a
one carloads and several, thousand I ANNOUNCEMENTFor
problem too much for our ,present- SPECIAL
express shipments. If all crazy men
day lawmakers.Its HIPr
would do this-well, more of us had
fine in theory but to put it
better get crazy.-Ocala Banner. '
into practice we pass it up to Mr. the next three months FOUR MONTHS' ;

Bryan and Mr. ;Pettigrew.WE will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only 830.00. +
Up in Brunswick. Ga., ,they call
Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged that a f
their board of trade the "Dollar
SHALL SEE. student entering on this special offer can finish within the limit of the 4scholarship.
Club, and every enterprising citizen '. ..
snrta sLr4:
The Legislative session draws to -
Is expected to contribute a dollar a I 4 MlCHAUfr*!!*
month to promote the development of a close and we are waiting to see This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. j J 1INL CLOTilias

that.growing city. The Live Oak what The we disfranchisement shall see. resolutionhas i Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and we will ; ,

board of trade might adopt this good I help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yon now have.
met a deserved defeat as did the
example and become more active in '
franchise tax bill. And now comes WRITE FOR CATALOG. t If you are, you taA *
promoting the best Interests of our
on to be heard the state life Insur-I
city. It is certainly worth a trial. expecting to seesaws
ance scheme followed by the state ,

uniformity of text books. Dr. Porte interest you in osrtosl
,
W J. Connors chairman of the SOUTHERN BUSINESSLIVE COLLEGE j
failed to have us all turned over to "
Democratic State executive committee : and varied stock of spc-ej
his tender mercies but the State may
of New York has called a meeting '
of prominent Democrats of the yet Insist'on the privilege of Insuringour OAK, FLORIDA i I new clothing for SR

lives and naming the books In .
United States to meet in New York
which we are to learn to read and Summer which in st&,
flt\TTON President
M.
G. S. STEPHENS
Principal II IIl. .
November .to discuss the ques- spelL. '

tion of a Democratic candidate for S SSSSSSSISSSSSSISSSSSS SSSSSSSSS S. . .I and assortment.laeaiw.
The old heroes of the Civil War ; ; ; ; ; ; ; .
President. There is no question but 111&11,1111&111111111111111&1 1 . 1&1&111 tie/laid
are coming In for some just recogni- that shown by
- this is a movement In the right direc- ,

tion if peace and harmony is to prevail tion and the legislature may yet that tl..ere'wai dinner on the ground The arguments of counsel in the ing establishments !
catch a little spell to listen about
within the party during the next for all. And'right there I had the :: McCall case last evening'were well
good roads. City. If bnrtlthis
presidential campaign.The pleasure: of attending and enjoyingone you
The various state and county fair worth listening to. Col. Roberson of
of the best old-time country picnics to ties
bills will have to be delicately hand- this city made a masterly effort in Spring see
school year just drawing to a prepared by the good wives and
led for we have not yet begun to do behalf of his client and was listened value offer inMICHAIIS4
close has been a busy one with the daughters of 'some of the best and we
much advertising of our resources. to attentively. The colonel is a good
pupils and teachers at the Suwannee most prosperous ,farmers in Suwannee -
The number of counties seems to orator as well as possessing argumentative
High School. Good work has been county Their picnic was given I
have a splendid chance of increasing i j, ability and to his skill in
accomplished in every department by the farmers of that section in '
again, and a re-appointment Is Im- handling the case before the jury
and the attendance and interest has honor of the Farmers' Union and I
minent. r may be attributed largely the light
been good throughout the entire tell you if this Union has as much :
Then comes the report of the com- verdict rendered against McCall.
term. The only drawback and one strength in alt of its moves as it exhibited i
mittee appointed to investigate--but CoL Fred Butler for the prosecution
that must be remedied is the needof when time come for dinner
who, said investigate? That's a presented facts as he saw them: and FINE cto4
more room and we are pleased to it has a power that will stand any II j j
naughty word some say. but we shall they had a good Impression. Col.j
know that a movement is on.,toot for I storm of opposition that may strikeit
see what we shall see when the .legislature Paige of Alabama for the defense,
the erection of a High school build- I never saw as much good things I 'i
of 1907 has into his- is
gone a young man of ability and
ing fully adequate to the needs, and to eat at one table in my life. When 1 presented You shouldn't delay<
tory. his
phase In
the building will be completed and 12 o'clock came every man and lots a very able
I|I manner. However lie called'down '' Yoacsrti
ready for the fall term of schooL of boys made for their wagons a nd was other day.
Whiskey by Telephone. by the court in
his
endeavor to |
buggies and gathered big boxes and I of this cefebra
We do not believe that any editorin Jackson Miss, May 15.-The fed- trunks and carried them to the grove show that a wife had not" the rightto equal

eral grand jury today returned Indict- where testify for or against a hu'sband. in town .**
Florida can find it in his heart to there was a long table that I anywhere

censure Governor Broward very ments against the Cumberland Tele- had been prepared for this occasion Such is the law in Alabama but not Of
ask.
strongly for not permitting the officers phone Company and Its manager and pretty soon it was loaded from In Florida. Particularly was the reporter -f more than we e

of the law to take Editor L'Engle here charged wit htaking orders one end to the other with good eat- impressed with the argumentof high-grade. depends1iI I

k; away from Tallahassee at this time for whiskey to be shipped from Vicks- ables; and plenty still remained in State Attorney C. A. Hardee. This '

and have him tried in Manatee county burg and receiving the pay. the boxes and trunks and I think the gentleman only consumed thirty 'rials, faultless III cut

for criminal libeL There is so crowd could have staid there for minutes time In closing the case and : andvanced up-bo-ts?

I much depending on his versatilityand OAK GROVE PICXIC.Fanners several days and had plenty of good his auditors could have listened to ing

his industry at this moment. It rations to eat. him an hour longer. He did not array fashion*yQ (

shows too that the editorial frater Have Big Picnic-Speeches Hopink that these good people may the prisoner In bitter terms but d' II
selection vf any
nity has almost become one of the byller. Parker and Hon. E. R. '. continue to prosper and that I will on the contrary showed compassionfor

co-ordinate>> departments the stategovernment. Wise. have the pleasure of meeting with him, yet insisted upon the enforcement $25.00-with every

He,is.one of the essen- Please allow me space for a few them again soon. of the law and the conviction .

tials-he has made himself such- words. I was raised on a farm and I remain respectfully of Bart McCall. showing to permanent

Ocala Banner. know no other life, until a few years r G. B. LORD. the jury that he ought not be releasedand you got the best ral *

ago when I lost my health and had to allowed to go to Alabama, simply

Senator Dorman of Suwannee give up farm life; and loving the FOUR DAYS SALE.E. because his parents wanted him at at the price you paid.i j

would have the State Capitol removed farm and farmers ways and hear- J. Blume & Co. Are Offering Bargains home. State Attorney Hardee i i t "

to Live Oak. Mr. Dorman's bill ing that the farmers were going to i, is not. great in averdupois but SuitS

is one of several of the Same kindthat have a picnic last Saturday, the Tomorrow is the last day of ![ by his argument last night showed 1 i Smart. Spring

,has been introduced,In the Leg eleventh I went out in the country, big Four Days Sale at the the that his brain power, and comprehension !!
large
islature from time to time, but the eight miles to Oak Grove schoolhouse mercantile -" of law and justice is on an
establishment
Capitol still remains on-'a red hill and when I got there I found & Co., In this city and of it J.is E.the Blume last equality with the lamented Alex. H. $3.00} to

in Tallahassee and,old Leon. Thereis Stephens vice president
a large crowd of citizens and they opportunity 'I' of the South-
possibly for this
no question of it being badly out kept gathering until the beautiful to secure such season ern Confederacy whom we all know **!
rare bargains. If of
of the way but it is there and very oak grove around the school house have not visited you tipped the scales at only 76 pounds Clothes made
this
store
likely to remain so let's talk about was crowded with vehicles and good sale, to it tomorrow the last during the but was one of the brainiest men of !i in handsome p

something more interesting and pro looking horses and day. the South. Judge
mules which In spite of the inclement Palmer's charge tailored to resis

fitable.-Miami Metropolis. Fromthe readly showed 'me that I was in a the sale has weather to the Jury was fair and impartial. If shapeliness! j
brought
a their
great many to it
way you talk. Mr. Metropolis prosperous portion of the country and the store and leaned any way it was toward the sell
they have
saved that
we prefer that you talk about something in a neighborhood of healthy look- by money defendant. It was carefully values
buying now. if prepared i
you want to I *
else if its Just the same to Ing men, women and children, and money tomorrow Is save and revised as read so no ex to $10.50, her

you Live Oak Democrat. We will about eleven o'clock the crowd rain or shine. your chance- ceptions could possibly be made to went of attract

de the' calm act as requested but gathered at the school house where the same. The jury in rendering the 'to$7.50.

we would like to have the Democrat Bro. J. S. Parker and Hon. E. R. ,' \ LADIES. verdict of murder In the third degree, j

understand ,that If the Capitol is to Wise gave interesting lectures on the _I.LadIeayJ>have just opened, address aid so after mature deliberation and ,

be removed there Is no place we Farmers' Union which was enjoyed making their honest decision be
cannot
room In quesi i
the Lewin ,
" would like (a'see 'iiye it/'other than! by all present. ''I was thinking what and will be glad 'to serve building Sails-. tioned:,by, our people., They performed d BUTLBt

i.na'mi. any more than Live Oak.- a pleasure it,war for neighbors to bone e faction guaranteed. Give you. their uy's they,saw It developed up-*

Miami Metropolis.. in union when some one said ma a trial. on them:and twelve better :
men could'
4 MRS.. BIGHT.w not have been "MENSr<
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;AND PERSONALS I It HII III. IMIHi I illinium iiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiinmiii. f'' ') H' t tI'

We Your : 'l
Invite -
Inspection = NEW LINEKimonos -, t :

OP r "TERESTnRIEFLY- of -Advanced Ideas in' the Po I t" < t
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FOR DEMOCRAT .
cimON1CLF.D
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READERS Richardson's '

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Shadow Embroidery .

AND THEY 60 *"..,' ',.' v
COME Outfits.
t I IJ .k4j7 .- ::

We have them in Fancy Apron*. -_ =j -

WTe Oak and SawanneefOWaty Corset Covers, Lingerie _
Gathered by the Democrat Waists. Dresser Sets. Baby i Shirt WaistsVoile '

: Reporter Pillows. Sofa Pillows. Hemstitched .
Scarfs with Richard- -

eon's Grand Prize Embroi- .

gaty Bass went to Madison dery Silk and Illustrated Les- "

ages i ridt last evening. + sons, for embroidering. Pretty SkirtsJust I"
+ effects in Art Needlework for the
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|irs Roy Robertson left for Palat- i home and personal adornment. Stamped on an extra quality Lawn. .' ,

j last evening


jj. Witt,,was stock here claim yesterday agent offseaboard I" bought a job lot i -



want to sell see J. M. Bailey i
1yoa
licensed audtloneer. He sells. '
I EMBROIDERY
fe --

|yrs. Luke of Fitzgerald Ga.. was
route to Lake City -

i i yesterday tlslt.JIrs. en 4000 yards, all kinds, going at just one-half the regular price '


{ Mary I. Swails of Branford

Us been here several days re- iI '
t 1 home this morning. "- I THE LADIES EMPORIUM

'PHONE.159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR

I want draping done or a . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .
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FfOlI: to the depot right -'- 'T T' .-. . '_ ...L..t. . . . .- --oc . . - - - - '_' _. ,FI

129. W. N. Boatright.
The receipts of the Live Oak post- Frank Gatlin of McAlpin was here C. R. Brooks returned to Terrell i The skating contest which was to

practical office are enough or almost enoughfor today.G. yesterday and there is a young heart : have ,taken place at the Auditoriumlast
man.whoas ,
I WANTED, the government to give us free 1 tere that is fluttering. If Mr. Brooks night was postponed on account -
latest and best :
the pro- city mall delivery and if the patrons W. Young of Alachua was here does not return here and remain I of the Inclemency of the weather. It

rrt Uning leather. Address W. desire free delivery its about time last night.W. i there will be wailing and weping. will be held tonight weather permit.

.Live Oak. Fla. this matter was given some consider I ting. Otherwise it will not takeI

ation. D. Clarkson of Branford?was The case of Paul and Aaron Demps I place before next week. 4
fir Casvell returned from Jack1this
here last night. i charged with murder at Branford is
morning after attend- iI
-Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is beat I docketed to be heard tomorrow morn The
City
Pharmacy has
contention of funeral recently
t tit state and embalmers. for 'women and children. Its mild C. T. Mangnnm., of McAlpin. was ing in circuit court. It is doubtful changed hands and Drs. Brown and

t i action and pleasant taste makes It here this morning. however, if the case will be tried at Mills the efficient pharmacist re-

55'dsegatea preferable to violent purgatives suchas that time. Thomason
sole .
from Flnne- are now owners. Mr.
Camp booklet i' Mrs. Lord, of the waS here
pills tablets etc. Get the Park : mains
with the
Re-union at film and V. Granberg
to the Confederate I
i and a sample of Orino at City Phar-.shopping yesterdari> /% 4. The report was current here yesterday dispenses sodawater to
: thirsty
ad will leave Lire Oak I cus
on *
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Line macy. ,d-wr j y that W. Jenkins had plead tomers. The retention of these two
Seaboard Air
via
17th
L. J. McLeodJ if.Jacksonvine.. Is I guilty to the killing of W. H. Stal- latter named employees.. Is a pleasureto

The District Stewards of the Jacksonville visiting here this week. \ i I IJ | Ings -at cAlpln. Such was not the the public. They are'faithful and

district of the Methodist i I case. He was arraigned in circuit competent and enjoY' the confidence
Purvis Columbia
: yesterday, of count church, met with the presiding elder L. ?'. Harvard .L.here from Jack court and plead not guilty and the of the entire community :': I
wi here en route
i hi/'
r&dnr Chattahoochee where he today in Lake City to arrange for sonville visiting parents.poj -- !I case has .been set for hearing Monday -

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T
_[ eguy negro tothe' Insane pay-.at-en- Fred Bullerjweift to Madison I Wonderful Eczema Core. -
this'morning ,legal"bus I ) / ""Our little boy had eczema for five .. I
cently purchased In Jacksonville. on,. a '. ne3S. i iI| =Monday the sanitary officer ,of the years." writes N. A. Adams Renn etta if

Wants position atCan I city will serve notices upon citizens Pa. "Two of our home doctors
(j-
Guarantee Store Is of T. A. Goode and wife, of Bartow,
Rubenstein's to clean up their premises, and these
give best of references as said the case was hopeless, his lungs
splendid bargains in are here today guests of the Ethel. notices be No
fering some must obeyed at once.
I
Wire .
or,write A. L, M, beIng affected. We then employed
this week. Don't fall to will be permitted and parties
i of Suwannee Democrat Live clothing delay other doctors: but no benefit resulted. .
visit this popular store and price the receiving these notices better "clean I
,ru. Miss Bessie MoLeod, of Boston Ga, By chance we read about Electric
clothing. No trouble for them to who has been visiting D. E. Home's up," or they will be taken before the Bitters; bought a bottle and soon

i L. M, Iatton. president of show you their line of goods and family, returned home this morning. mayor and fined for neglect. ntlced improvement. We continuedthis

Business College and the I I they will be pleased to make -you \ :medicine until several bottles

Business prices. Deputy Sheriff Robert Harrell. of While we have all been bragging
> College of this were used, when our boy was com
,arrived here today, and Is be- Lanier came up 'esterday with a about a short term of circuit court pletely cured." Best of all blood

,-S*ted by his many friends. The ladles of the Presbyterian negro prisoner charged with carrying that tribunal promises to be in ses- medicines and body building health ,-

church are serving cream cake and concealed weapons sion the best portion of next week. tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &

,!> Bas and family of Hernan- lunches on the Pashley lot. They t There is a murder trial set for Mon- Groover Drug Store. 50cdw*

aty,returned from BrooksYille have ''delicious refreshments and i A. W. McLeran/one of We 11 bora's day that promises to be prolonged
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, '"% Mr. Bass has concluded deserve the patronage of the people. prosperous merchants and' Suwannee several days-two at least-and .

ere is no other county equal to I Young man, take your best girl over II j cojuty's best citizens, is transact other business is to be transacted

ee In Florida and will make I there' this evening and treat her to ) ing business in Live Oak today. fWrW B Book O lllld N News CO.
f kh future home. A sensible a dish of cream. I IEMBROIDERY i Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Sumner returned
a to from Jacksonville today where he
i, arrive atAdams
H. L. Davis came over from Green
LESSONS Embroidery went to have his eyes treated. As .
I ville this morning to make arrangements
b ter of eyelet work button/toles stated a few days ago Mr. Sumner -
\ NorwoQlj. for the removal of his family
.Dwe met with the misfortune of having a
i and hemstitching
yesterday and drawn work
en route to Fer-
there where he has the agency, of the
{ Mr. Adams is In the tie on sewing machine. Full Instructions I Seaboard. cotton burr pierce his left eye which 5 .
e and claims that FernandIna beginning on the 20th land to j I threatened blindness but we are IT'S A I'

i ''wnjested, whit" freight traffic 25th for $5.00, payable in advance. Harry Humphreys has quit his jobas only too glad to chronicle the fact
*e transportation Mrs. V. E. Wickham. at Mrs. Alice that he will entirely recover from this
companies I IO
news butcher on the Live Oak.
i <* 'Id receive Armstrong on Ohio avenue.>'or Singer accident.On I
more freight. NOVEL-IDEA
Perry & Gulf and went to Georgia
wye; .a :hardship to the tie Sewing Machine office. 16-3t today and a young man named
>Wo last Thursday May 9th Mrs.
ship via that
[ port, and the Fawler from the Park, takes his 1
*u2 be Florida Williams, the aged and esteemed wife
qutt toss to them.for H. E. Partridge. Jr., agentof place. .
l- the Brunswick Steamship Co, 'of Mr. John Williams of this town t

whose line takes in New York .passed away after a short illness. She
.
Brunswick and; Havana Cuba was in i was a faithfifl wife and mother, a

: S'ate the city this morning, and ca..ed up- I model home maker and a true friend

on R. A. Gray. secretary and treas- Wedding: I to all who knew her. She Is survived I

4 urer of the Live Oak Publishing Company by one daughter Mrs. J. G. Kent of I Ii

AND They were classmates in college i Live Oak, her husband and several i

UNIMPROVED and both enjoyed the meeting Presents; sons all of whom live in this county
The funeral which was conducted ,

) { heartily FOR THE jointly by Revs. Bradford and Mann
Estate
Peal
) Abe Surasky returned from Jacksonville took place at the city cemetery, The

this morning. Abe is not JUNE :BRIDES New Enterprise extends its sympathyto I
the bereaved family.-Madison .
and he
weighty physically as !
very
1 it farms Etc E EN has been absent so long it was sup- New Enterprise. t

posed a gust of wind caught him on Or those who choose
Bay street, and blew him in the river. the month of May. Just After a long and desperate illness But a joking friend of ours says that :

However he returned all right and I look in at our exquisite at nightfall Tuesday evening, the authors must be greater animals be-
Diamond Pins, Broochesand of the beloved wife of
his numerous friends are glad to see Watches sweet spirit cauae "their tales come out of th..ir E
-"y Rings.Etc. E Rev. W H. Funk slipped from its neads." I hunted but then we have
0Ut him agaIn. Bracelets >ery-
. thing in Jewelry.ur earthly tenement and arose immortalto many tales they send into other people's I
customers are always meet the Saviour whom she ever heads, and what a vast amount of
iPROPERTY efficient
clever and
the
: Miss Erie Right
J
'. t- agent for the Coast Line at pleasedRADFORD. : honored by word and daily walk. Our amusement and instruction books afford -
WITH to- hearts are heavy with sympathy for As disseminators of the world's
Suwannee Station, is in the city
i husband and four little best and
that the bereaved greatest literature we solicit
us. day. Miss Erie Informed us
1 All that mortal of this trade.
j I children. was your ;
1 there would be a big entertainment I rfoiMii
y Christian woman was tenderly laid to
at Suwannee Saturday night and all t i f

: of Live, Oak are Invited to attend. We j i, Wednesday cemetery. A more afternoon complete in the account city B Book flllI N News CO.

3EkUYco. hope our people will be well represented I The Jeweler of her tllness and a more fitting memorial -
there for the citizens of Su- I
I will be published bY'us next
Station are noted for their :UVC OAK. FIA
wan ee
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THURSDAY; MAY'lg.. ir:
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT >
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FLO R I )-A RAILWAY 't'
FLORIDA L GISL Tcim.
OakManufacturers Co.
Live M'fg. .. ,. SCHJDUL1!:.. -'":..-
How the,Law Makers Line Up From aReligions CONNECTS WITH' ALL TKATK3 OK SL.: A.1. KT.ANB -<:.Ln._

Standpoint. aaia 80'- C&1ft'.U. =ms.tti .

E. H. Remolds, of Jacksonville of

chaplain sends the following to the =aF Rand
Ice Electric Lights .
Lumber Shingles
Southern Baptist Witness: Dsilj STATIONS.Sanday. .

"In the senate the Presbyterians: Daily. .
predominate. Senators Alford Crate Power and Turpentine.Electric -,-- .

McCreary Keel. West of Santa Rosa. Lv Liv. Oak _. '_
-
-
1$0 s 8 80 p m
and Withers (six) belonging to that Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residenceor "Pcart.er t II.-

denomination. Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Pow r- iti0am Mp s. 8 .__ s._
-The Methodists are Adams .Cottrell 8 Oi a 3u5 m .s
and current-for manufacturing : ,__
day night purposes. '-
Hudson Willis and West, of lor .
:u iJIJCirl _
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Jackson."The Episcopalians j are President Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders.- have special t attend; i E0 i m 4 08 j ai ss

Harris Bnckman. Giradean. Henderson tion. and all orders promptly filled.. t : pain 419pa w ,
-.k

and Massey (five). We will -give you good prices on low grade ceiling ana .10 ID ; .- ra-.vjjt0: ? 0- .

"The Baptists are Humphries. Leg- flooring. Come and get our prices. 3Oa U --

Trammell (three). Wim. .
gett and I Ar. k- .o--- -
s si : --
< a ---
"Catholics. Canova and Zim (two). 1t_..,..__ __. :10110 a .

"Christian. Crews (one). :101. a. : : :: :ii q---RWw_.._

"Nine senators are not members of September 30th. 1903. and approved (50) feet In width. --N rod_ 1 g s 1
and p..LY----- -
church viz: Baker Beard October Ith. 1903. Be It Ordained by the Mayor 1051 .30 s 2 f IG i<
any a41to
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council** the City of Live Oak 18 Ie. 'P d pm M.' .....
Darts
Clark. Cone Crill.
Broome.
City Council of the City of Live Oak. Florida: 4o a m .--Ka
Jackson. and Sams. Florida: Section 1. That Wilbur street lathe
As
"The Baptists have been peculiarly Section la. That Section 1. See.Lion City of Live Oak. Florida as It 10 SCI a m Ly ... .. l'-L._ +
and Ie K a m -----
and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. now stands be opened extended U
2
unfortunate. 0 f the six Baptists .
.side of .... --Ka7o.- .
1 S of the City of Live Oak. established from the eastern ll O6 s s
elected to the senate three. Carter fifty feet _. .
Florida. being an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue in said City Ulla..-E "" '

Newlan and WInburn died before 'An ordinance to prohibit the run- In width at right angles with said n P.ir._.. --
taking their seats. ning at large"on the streets of the Ohio avenue eastward to White streetin 1120 a.. .tlpm 1.9 lZis.
_.._.._....s.JtAU"a.llOp.
to the said City Ly
Addition
White's
"In the house the Methodists have City of Live Oak. of horses mules, U ii aID. R p m ,' i Z;a
togs and goats and to provide for of Live Oak. the northern boundaryof Lv wU
----'-'
a plurality. They are Speaker Mat- and disposing of the which said extension shall be a m 1 ,
be impounding
thews Avans, Boggett Crawford. be line drawn at right angles with Ohio .Ly Charltell....--.-....-
'same. approved October 6. 1903. a s. 111 p. U 'a i.Ii,
Dudley Farris, Geiger Johnson. i and the same are hereby amended so avenue frem a point on the eastern 5Z7..Ly ru--
directly oppositeto 06. m lai
Knight (of Citrus), Lassiter. McKenzie as to read as follows: side of Ohio avenw- f lIS
the northern bounadry of Wilbur Lv__-Feabol.w&lr__..
Morrison. Rodden- "Section 1. Horses mules, hogs a m 136 P" I i t
McClellan. and goats shall not be allowed to run. street as it now stands running at _._..
berry. Snell. Thompson. Wartman, at large upon any of the streets. alleys rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 Z4 a JD iOp.L" "' '.,1'1

Wiuiams. Wilson (of Lee) and Wil- lanes or unenclosed property of feet to White street In White's Addi- 12 M s 160 p ID Ar -- PIIIT7-_ _.. '.'Ii

son (of Calhoun), (twenty). the City of Live Oak, and that cows tion in said City of Live Oak three Flo-feet J

"The Baptists come next with sixteen shall not be allowed to run at large ida excepting the northern therefrom side of the (d) Teteraxh or Telephone Station (f) Flag Station. (r) K. tetoe.A W yqt.
upon any of the streets, laves or across T. *.
AUIOII,.
Durran'e.Palkner emcy Station Eapiaeuasets.
members-Dorman. public highways of the said City, or Parshley family burial grounds -
Hartsfield, Howell. Kirkland other unenclosed premises, within which is included in said descriptionand Genera R Agent a .

Knight (of Columbia). Long. the following boundary in said Cityof within the iron fence inclosingsaid

Live Oak Florida, to-wit: burial grounds.
Pea-
McCutcheon. Neel. Ogllvie. Paul.
Beginnlg at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation
don. Peeples Smith and Wills (oft proceedings shall be instituted in the
and First streets intersects and run- I Confederate Veterans! Ret
Levy). ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the City of Live Oak. in ac- ; i
of the
There are five Presbyterians- roll streets intersect, thense east to cordance with the provisions
Statutes in such case made and provided
Houston street, thence south along '
Dupont McWilllams. Milliner
for the purpose of carryingout
Houston street to John street thence
Reese and Russell. 'I east on John street to Church street the provisions of Section 1 of RICHMOND, VIRGINIA :.}

"Three Episcopalians. Abernathy thence south on Church street to corporation this Ordinance..

Calkins and Parkinson: one Primitive line thence east on corporation Section III. That this ordinance
line to White street thence shall take effect upon Its passage b y
Baptist Register; one Congregationalist north on White street to Howard the Council and approved by the MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd lif

W. C. G. Kilgore and one First street. thence east on Howard street Mayor, or upon its becoming an ,

Day Advent Pettigrew and nineteen t o a point opposite Georgia avenue ordinance without the approval of the .5

without any church relations-Brad- thence north to and along Georgia Mayor. ?
Introduced by Alderman F. Ion VIA
avenue to the northeast corner of
;;
shaw. Carter Cobb Decker Poke
Robertson and passed by City
Bryson street and Georgia avenue
Donegan. Griggs, Hookey Jones thence due north along section line Council in regular session assembledon .

Matthews (of Marion). Me ton. to a point opposite Fifth street this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907.

Olmstead Rowe. Taylor Watson. thence west to and along Fifth streetto CHAS. H. BROWN ATLANTIC COAST LINE
President City Council.
Atlantic Coast Line railroad
Wells Wills (of Gadson) and Wilson Attest
thence southwest across Atlantic :
(of Hernando), Coast Line railroad to First street, S. P. MAYS City Clerk. _
I. S. P. Mays. City Clerk ot the
thence west along First street to i
of City of Live Oak'Florida. do hereby 26th 3Oth'
point beginning. Tickets sale daily from May to
When your xooa uas not been properly "Section II. It shall be the duty certify that the above and foregoing on ,

digested the entire system is of the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass Rates for this occasion is

Impaired in the same proportion.Your Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council on the 8th day

stomach needs help. Kodol For City to take possession and placeIn of April. A. D. 1907. and the sameIs from Jacksonvi
a pound to'be provided for that hereby certified to the Mayor for $13.75
Indigestion and Dypepsia not only
his approval.
purpose any horse, mule hog or goat
digests what you eat, it tones the at Witness my hand and seal of said
found by him or them running
stomach and-.dds strength to the large upon any of the street, alleys, City this 8th day of April A. D. For the Round Trip, or virtually one cent a m i

whole body Makes rich, pure blood. highways or other unenclosed property 1907.Seal) V' S. P. lAYS distance: traveled with correspondingly low rates D

Kodol conforms to the National Pure take: possession within said of City and, place and likewise in said City Clerk. points. Extension of limit to July 6th can be cobsj

Food and Drug. Law. Sold by City pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved by me depositing ticket with special agent and payment
this 9th day of April A. D. 1907.
Pharmacy. d
running at large on any of the streets,
.
alleys, lanes public highways or M. E. BROOME. Mayor. cents at time of deposit.For .;:

other unenclosed property of said full information and Pullman reservations i
.
ORDINANCE NO 58. City of Live Oak within the boundaries J
prescribed In Section I hereof." call on Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger

Three An Ordinance(3) of Ordinance amending No. Section 11, being impounding"Section VII.stock For under catching this ordin-and A LIQUID COLD CURE Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla.

entitled "An ordinance fixing the
-ANDLAXATIVE -
ance, the City Marshal shall be entitled -
to be received
salary by the officers
of the of Live to the following fees namely: .
City Oak Florida
ap- For catching and Impounding horses, COUGH SYRUPTHE
proved October 6, 190S.
Be It Ordered by the Mayor and mules and cows fifty cents per head, Live Oak Perry &
:goats thirty cents per head, hogs one ,
City Council of the Cit"of Lire Oak.
dollar per head. For feeding and
Florida:
taking care of such stock while In
Section 1. That Section Three (3) pound for horses mules and cows he ORIIINIL Railroad Company.
of Ordinance No. 11 of the City of THE
shall receive forty cents per day per 1
Lire
Oak. Florida being an ordin-
head each, for hogs or goats ten cents NEW Schedule Effective April 7, 1901.
ance entitled "An ordinance fixing per day per head each; for advertis-

the salary to be received by tbe of- ing and selling such animals he shall IDEI WESTBOUND surt

ficers of the City of Live Ook, Florida receive tbe sum of fifty cents for 1ST.CLA83 %D.CLASS 1s't a

." approved October 6, 1903. be' horses, mules or cows per head, and Mail It p;;;;;.Frt. and ?
and the'same is hereby amended so for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- Pa3a .... Paia. (
as to read as follows: five cents per head each. The word"hog"
(Section 3.) The City Marshal under this ordinance shall be The K4 Clever BloMom aid tte loa y 3.. M Nca.1. Not.Djy*. psitrltat'edema

shall receive a salary of sixty-five taken to Include "pigs." Brery semi."A Daily. Only exSunday.. s.* o.e

Dollars per month as City Marsha Section I la. That this Ordinance Cold or a Couch nearly always produces -A.H. r.It [! Y
P. M.
and the sum of' Ten Dollars per shall take effect immediately upon constipation-the water all run te the I-.. L.a.e 1.a,e

month as Sanitary Inspector of the its passage by the Council and ap- eye. nose and throat Instead of passing out 800_ 1 80 2 40 .....LJ- .Oak_.._....--- L s b
City of Live Oak. Florida. proval by the Mayor as to mules, .< the system through the liver and kidneys 813 1 tt 264 ............._Rocky Sink.. -.. 4 4 1 d
I 8 18 '148
300 .... ..
Section II. That this Ordinanceto horses goats and hogs, but shall not For the want of moisture the bowels become 822 1 62: .... ?Starr ; t
807 ................. Mercer....-
take effect immediately upon its go into effect as to cows until 60 days I dry and hard. Nearly all other cough cures 825 1 UZ04 815 ? Platt. ....--- 4 v+ [ lI t
passage and approval by the Mayor. from its passage by the City Council.: are constipating,especially those containing LT s34 W'AT j' 33..I anaasier s pF

Passed by the City Council this Passed by City Council In regular Opiates. Kenaedy's Laxative Hooey ani Ar 8 8 45''!LT t 4 4S.WAr.Ly 8 410 40 .'.=. ............ DowlingPark Dwhnir Park ... ..... .....- i S
22nd day of April. A. D. 1907. session this 8th day of April. A. D. Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiate. 449' 415 ................ _Cbaoc y ....---........_...... 1
CHAS. H. BROWN. 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN 8m 417 ...._....--- _........._.....-.- i [> :
KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE H 4 TO -.uayo Junctioe_.__. _
Attest: Pres. City Council. President City Council. 80. ... ......._
f 4 25 '_ '0 .............._ __ .nu a .
S. P. MAYS City Clerk. Attest: s 600Lv: 4 40 ._............ .. ........D.y-..........-.. { I"
S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I. .061 I a I. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the I S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the t 1 510 462 ..........._ToWDMDd...?...r.--_'.. .I'.I'.J t;' D:
25 626 .._ ..
City of Live Oak. Florida do here- : 1 612 ... .-Smith
certify that the above and foregoing City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby 42 638 627.......-.Fenholloway: :::::: :' :::.....*.. :
by certify that the above and foregoing 10 10 06 00 ...._..._Perry---: : i .
passed Ordinance by the No.City f Council 8 was regularly ou the- Ordinance No. 5$ was regularly passed HONE ;DTAR Ar1250Arim A. MTlp.iL: Ap P. IL 4i ;15 -....._. .._Hampton Sprint....--... .-l ffl"l Il-

by the City Council on the 8th day
22nd day of April. 1907. and the
of April A. D. 190, and the same ...
same is hereby certified to the B9 Relieves Colds by working them eui MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
certified to the for
is hereby Mayor
Mayor for his approval. of the system through a copious actIoa ol'
his approval.
.
hand and seal of said the bowels.
Witness my Witness my hand and seal of said ..
City this April 22, 1907. City, this 8th day of April A. D. B9 Relieves Cough by cleansing and WEST BOUND. 'I
(Seal) S. P. MAYS strengthening the mucous memWanea ol' 8 f erPose.
the throat Frt.* Frt.* PUMa
1907.Seal chest.lungs and bronchial Passes
City Clerk. ) S. P. MAYS. tube Paa.. ew eer Ives # IIfNq

Examined sand approved by me this City Clerk. Jo Crou*. Whooping vv.a.,.La Grippe. 7. !
23rd day of, April 197. Examined and approved by me laflneaxa, Breacaiti*. sad all Coat Duly No.Daily 9. Ne.ll.a' day. No,L1,

M. 3. BROOMS Mayor. this 9th day of April. A_D. 1907.M. Colds. Lug ami BremcaUl af ecttoas mlremedy xSvuv.A.K. x-Sun. Only Sunday oatr i
E. BROOME. Mayor. is equal t. Keuedy Laxative Y Qt
Honty and Tar. Caflaram lib It I..a Lan A.LMT 1[*. p.Lea. [ T1'

ORDINANCIC No. 50. pile.lalk.1Oc aIMIt'.80 MttIM at the..... 9 to 4404H f 40 630 ..Mayo Junction---- --- 7
ORDINANCE NO. 57. .ratery.f L O.DeWttt O..GStosao U$A. 63UK 643 .dark............ t t
An Ordinance to amend Section! 936MM 6 W -+- i
653 .._._..-Peterwn.....-.- iii' s'
1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No.' 16 of the An Ordinance providing for the rio 10 s Ar i 3a 4ojArl.! 2i iS 06 ..__....Mayo. ,
City of Live Oak Florida, being an establishing opening and extending Sold by CitY PharmacyFOLEflliONEYADTAR 16 Alton '

Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to of_Wilbur street in the City of Live Regular ? it
prohibit the running at large on tile Oak Florida, from the east side of atop. Connection made at DowlinJ

streets ..tie"City of Live Oak. of Ohio avenue eastward to White from Live Oa. and Perry, For information M to p

horses mules; hogs and ,goats; and street in White's Addition to said otter lines, -pko.e.or call oa General Paens AJ**

to, provide: for the Impoundiag and City ten hundred and thirty-two > ling Building Live Oat
of the same** passed (1032) feet said street to be fifty tops the ,
disposing cough surd *>!OS.
heals lu.g,,, BOWLING, FredderC K r. HOPifi -= =


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o LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 19O7.e 7 rA


uition still survives Luzerne. . . . . . . 4MIIMII ***

.., :J.marched Pa.that through when Gen.that John, region.Sul- ;CLINTON() XWholesale 'JMUKS .

the Good
\fit. .confederacy,on his expedition of central agaIaat New Things! SEABOARD

buried some superfluous i
,he
'cannons along the Wilkes- i

mountains.To search for them Airline Railway.
citizens of Ashley have
known
.. themselves into an historical and Re- :
,<# :
One recent Sunday the Savannah Columbia I
> 'Camden Southern Pines,
oured the mountain In the5ity '
pb rl of Laurel Run. but could find Raleigh,,Riclu'londVashington, Baltimore, tail Dealers in Flori-

relfAS except a few Indian .arrow ./ Philadelphia and New York. \ #

da and westernMEATS

I A Xarow Escape. + TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY\ w
merchant, of Plunk
.'Go jf.doyd.a
bad a narrow escape four years
-0,' when he ran a Jimson bur into We have to be prepared to do Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
,mbHe" says: "The doctor things well and this applies to '. I.

|;cited to amputate It but I would everything. For instance Roberts ;
.consent. I bought a box of Buck- Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.
UJM'i. Arnica Salve and that cured thertojerons have six big specialty factories '. '. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

wound." 25c at Barclay with'a daily capacity of 4O.OOO ] ', : Phone 24.

,[4 Grader drusgkts. d-w- pairs. They employ expert .+!. ,
workmen, use the best material The Promdt deliveries
; Jamestown Exposition Line :
L De recent death of Capt., Ernest in all their shoes, and the latest ,' ', i I '
a brother of the late Secil and best machinery Is used.
)Bodes +
odes recalls a strange story told bA They are prepared to make good < : : NORFOLK, VA. anywhere in the

I I',*frank Rhodes, says Tid-Bits. shoes that's whySTAR BRAND ', : : Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily : ,
Cecil Rhodes turned aggatele .
a*rears ago SHOES ARE BETTER. One City. .
witch off his estate in South of their shoes the "QUAKER"

"ifetea in consequence of some of- for women, at $3.00 is the best i
old hag. with hatredLeilng For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
Laue and the shoe for the money we can find. ] ) of Seaboard, or write,
in her eyes, shrieked out: The Star on the heel and the I
C two of these who follow thee." word "QUAKER" woven with S. C. YLSTON.' JR.. Asst. Gent Pass.Agent- Jacksonville. Fla. The Great fteadaclie Cure

I N 'r ways on earth shall be short." silk in the facing are guaranteesthat :. I tMii MM ni ii 111 ii*++*< mi" i m in i in ni/m->+
/!piously enough, five years .have the "QUAKER" is honestly I BromoPepsin"Note

;i,1 tires'members of the Rhodes constructed, and will satisfy. t J. . o'
lardy die shortly after taking poa- Come see them and "WALK S
l Dalham estate. Cecil OX j the Word Pepsin "
sMoa of the STARS. OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT t
lades paid $500,000 for the pro- The best woman in the world 1 C Headdcte. Indigestion.

f !t t1,and only visited the hall once. could not make good bread if : is not restricted in the scone; of its patronage. It is Ze G U R E V in-oaaa. Nerrousaes '

r she didn't have good flour. The broad enough to accommodate all!, avid :
|ti Stop Grumbling. best woman in the world could On the Spot. r

s f yon suffer from Rheumatism or n't make good butter if she did- HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: I : ;ito j Opiates. Absolutely Harmless

M, for Ballard's Snow Liniment n't have the right kind of milk ,
:
Si relief It is 1.The young folks with their small savings. t .1U Pr gfittt, 19v t$*. ( Quick assurees
p brine to churn. Neither could the
s for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con- best woman in the world make : 2.-The breadv,inner, striving to accumulate a fund i ito for Sal By

a _cted Muscles and all pains-and good cake if she 'used salt for ; procure a horns, or a competency for old age. The City PharmacyLIVE
|iKMa the reach of all. Price 25c.j sugar.DOWLJXG. : 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and i
OAK FLA.
j;tie |i.cv, C. R. Smith, Tenaha ** the income provided. ,
IDOWLINcI f .
[la,writes: "I have used Ballard's' t 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. ; 1123trwiYi.THOMPSOiN

I Liniment In my family for years ', t
[ttdbive found It a fine remedy for f THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida iS i
]pain and aches I recommend It & WARREN
i. . . . . . . . . . . S S S S S .:
] hr pains in the chest. Sold by Su-

[ MUM w k Drug Co. d-w. 'l LUMBER & -- Drays Furniture and moving Delivery and Lumber Wagons.

j|fte Kakamatsu iron and steel Hauling Specialties.

- i tlMs i d Care; wader nearing Japanese completion imperial, at con-a NAVAL l STORES[ I STOVE WOODAny '

|itacost of $20,000.600. The'ofl -I I length delivered to any part
4W salaries noticeable. The
| are
of city promptly. Give us
jfNrttnt gets $%,000 a year., the your
jrftipert. $1,500; the two mana- Ims nes. Phone 55.

P\t00' each: ;eight experts COMPANY f LLJ4iI4LWars !
*j Mwaging $600 each and 30 clerks

iU assistants have an average I H. J. MORRIS,
e thiy wage of $15. All the prln- PARK FLA.CURES .
I1 Bachlnery appears to be Eng-. Contractor and Builder
.:ud, German makes, except the . .,. -. . . . . For SicK Livers Apply for plans estimatesand

cranes which are American specifications.
u also U a fair shareof the ALL SKIN' TROUBLES. J
Office on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing.
r machinery. The works and I A PURELY VEGETABLE
*ers' houses cover 350 acres. Sulphur the Accepted Remedy fora I
.t, ..,; Hundred Years. COMPOUND

:When. fOur back aches It Is almost Sulphur is one of the greatest ;IIIMIIII Miltlllll llllii >
.
lably an Indication remedies nature ever gave to man. CONSTIPATION DYSPEP.
that some- knows it skin ill ILK Li CURES MALARIA.CHILLS and DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ;
E Is wrong' with your kidneys. Every physician cures L\. yUlVllLfl ALL uvErf COMPLAINTS.

-diseased kidneys frequently and blood troubles. HANCOCK'S VI A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by | j VETERINARY.Solicits j j
a break down of the entire sys- LIQUID SULPHUR enables you to TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased .
I DeWltfi get the full benefit in most convenIent today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. I '
Kidney and Bladder your patronage-Office
i afford prompt relief weak kid- form. Don't take sulphur .+ at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 j ;
Backache, inflammation of the "tablets" or "wafers," or powdered CUBED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER 11111111111111111111*III IIChamberlain'S
and all urinary troubles. sulphur in molasses. HANCOCK'S ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

I*T Qty Pharmacy djjjJW LIQUID SULPHUR Is pleasant to Alt. W.A. Whitewall Emory Tex.,
1. take and perfect In its action. Druggists writes: "My child had dulls and fever
for four years We tried all kinds of ]
sell it.
London Daily Mail in an arti- medicines,aDd finally acquaintance of
> ..ta the prospects for a great in- A well known citizen of Danville, mine recommended Berbiac. We used
American visitors in the Pa., writes: "I have had an aggra- three bottles, and the child is now completely : Colic! QwJeri! & Diarrhea Rcmcdv
com- J
f !axamer, vated case of Eczema for over twen- owed Ton hare my permission
says that 250.000 are to publish this testimonial, as I cheer-
The ty-five years. I have used seven 50- Almost! family ha
r < real rush will begin fnllv recommend Herbine to all mother every nee3.1
c' ? "American cent battles of tie LIQUID SULPHUR Laving children afflicted.mine." of a reliable remedy for
holiday
" 'lpelut "a rule from threes OINTMENT, and now I feel as thoughI UIOE BOTTIE SOc GET THE CEHUISEBALURD diarrhea. at some time during the I'

to a fortnIght in London" had a brand new pair of hands. It SNOW LINIMENT CO. year.
says
"la that has cured me and I am certain it will This remedy is recommended \
time they con- ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
lOt only t0 lee most of cure anyone If they persist In usIng by dealers who have sod i: for t
; i oy Places, the fam- HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR according pE BB LBBBP l many years and know its v be. I
ranging from WestAbbey
-
It has received thousands cftesdmociak
< to directions. I
} to the Cheshire SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Cheese
alas to dot "BUTLER EDGAR." from gr i For good deal of shop- It has been prescribed by phyncians -
9 some Suwannee
Drug Company.
ri X0S4of reason Americans with the most satisfactory
; London purchases. The Don't Pay Alimony.To resulu.

: "tn4.&l shopkeepers are fined with be divorced from your appendix It has often saved life before

paUona 'of American TI ere will be no occasion for it if you t medicine: could have been sent for

i} Viand. are making prepara- keep your bowels regular with Dr. or a physician summoned
fJ Among those King's New Life pills. Their actionis It only costs a quarter. Can I
a 4 thaeerued are Jewelers talla.brae so gentle that the appendix never you afford to risk so much for so t
dealers'. has cause to .make the least com little? BUY IT NOW

.p ,- a c d plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay &: -
Or a eough, take Ken- Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try
!ue Cough Syrup. It Is them. d-w
r other MAKES A HIT KILL THE COUCHAND
cough
e :!Ita,. IaxaUve Principle remedy assures -Mrs. S. Joyce, 180 Sullivan St. EVERY TIME UP CURE THE LUNGSWITH
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t W@_"anti th acme It heals Ir- year ago I bought.' two bottles of Brain Workers and Champion Athletes I Dr. K- 'sI l
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t !,fie. bowels: and at the Foleys Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa f I log
t bow irritation of the severe case of Kidney trouble of Rely n : .s They know the genuine
a t i ." etn4i1iens the bronchial several years' standing. It"'certainly when )Mottled, serves<< as a tonic without undue New Discovery {
+ stimulation and delightfully relieves that physically I
fU&lnlQ&tio of theTh&ra Is a grand, good medicine, and I ) tired feeling: and cobwebby mental state so !
n,, C atahis\Honey heartily recomend- 'it." City Phar- common in summer time.. See that your dealer FOR Cg g1tST.i
k!CS! 'aat to t ke. Qhudrenr macy. 'd-w. supplies you or keep it in your refrigerator. AIa I! ,
.,erg to wara, memtkr that tA.twltl.d b +* p +..p t av.ndeeaattwrrtr MO ALL THROAT AND WIG TROUBLES.
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY,MAY '16, 1967.. .,
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:.,;.,; CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS DECLAMATION COn' fr.. ': U. ": ; : '; : ; : ; ; : ; ; ; L; ; 'AJ .j-.;..',",' ',.".,. :" 'I i
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New" Council- Organized by ElectingC. Scboor'Frld Night ; ; ; ;
Suwannee. High .. .. Pve ooliar.' anar even I/- -
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11.Wood Krown,oke-PftsldE'Dt.President, J. E. 1 May. c' 17.-:Programme., I' I 1\ )Ot "11. ", ": l.l" -r tiL ", ,.- r _'ti
Music-Fifth City Brass Quartet:!: .

Lire Oak. Fla.. May 13, 1907. > "Prior to Miss Belle's Appearance"Sara . ..... !. .:... .. t' ..... , t I '1 _":"-i
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City Council of the City of Suraska.
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Oak% met In regular session. Present "Practical Youth"-Helen Bardin."A .
C.. Ii.'Brown, S. J. White J. E. Place for Boys"-Tom Chastain
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Wood, T. Si Anderson and J. M. Bar "Kentucky Philosophy"-Haffye
clay. Stripling. WHAT $ ,75 WILLD1
All of the newly elected members'having "Since I've Been Six Years Old"-
taken the oath of office, the. Gentry White. :
council was now regularly organizedby "Friar Philip"-Sallie Porter.
electing C. H. Brown as presidentand "How the Dimples Come"BlancheHorn. ,

J. E. Wood as vice-president of Sixteen of the Best Known and"M
the council. "Jest 'Fore Chrlstmas"-Henr ?5
The minutes of the previous meet- Lewin. t
} ing were read and approved Music then the Swallows Home- and
Readable'Papers Maga2ines-
The following bills against the city ward Fly." !
amounting'to 1699.52 were approved "Sung Herself to Sleep"EvieDell IIn
and ordered paid: Keen. '
A. B. Baisden... .. .. .. .$ '14.66 I "Willie is Mostly Breeches" nd'th6 LIVE OflK DOILY
Mays Bros ... .-.:. .-. 5.00 : Joseph Cribbs. the United States DEMOORf
M. L. Burnett & Co. ... 84.16J. 'When Huldy Expects Her Beau
S. Kinsman H. .: .. 90' -Edith Parnell."Confederate .' fRAt
James Jarvis .. . 40.00 Soldier"Herbert
R. H. Morrison .. ...:. .. 10.70 Wolfe. ONE FULL YEAR $5.1
W. H. Lyle (salary) .n1. 75.00 "The Last Hymn"Myrtle Harris. ONLY
Frank KInkaid .. . .. 40.00 "Naughty Zell" Bennie Thurman.
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Suwannee Hwd Co'!':..f.H"' 25.n .'Washington"-Bennle Fleet.
-- Carter & McCollum ."0.. 126.40J. "How Children are Taught"--Sal-
., M. Barclay ri .. .. *. : 66.00W. lie Groover. .* '
J. Hillman .... ... 30.00 Music-Rocked in the Cradle of J a, Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation! and Give Our .:
D. G. Bardin .. .. .. .. 6.00J. the Deep." J Hive Made
E. Wood ...... ... .. 4.00 "Kept In"-J. B. Evans. Subscribers. the Best of Everything, we ,Arrangements -.
;.- S. J. White ..... ... :. 32.00 "The Death of Benedict Arnold"- to Offer Them the '
F., I..Roberson .e ... .. .. 66.00 Clyde Caswell.
-, C. H. Brown .. .. :.. 58.00 "A llaby"-Drew Groover.

M. E. Broom ... . ... 37.50 "What Killed the Dolly"RachelBardin. 6r6at6 si t GIUDDIIIQ oner >; erres8ntedbilii Pa.The
F L. O. Mfg Co.,. .. .. 133.33J. ,
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| J. S. Kinkaid : "Eulogy on Lee"-Clifford Roberson. season is at hand subscribing for your newspapers and magazines for the neT yw
I-, Live Oak Pub Co.. ... 41.09 .' is the age of popular enlightenment through; the products of the printing press. The family Y&
"' S. P. Mays ... ... ... .. 462.12 Music-"When We Think of Home', supplied with an abundance of good, clean, informing: ,and. entertaining literature is always fa the JIt
10 Est C. Y. Byrd . .. 3.00 "Trouble in the Amen Corner" of self-education. The man, woman or child who is reading good newspapers and magazines b pu
school as truly as if enrolled in an institution learning. Happy is the family which has u thai
streets .. .
141.50
W. H. Lyle ( ) Stella Lewin.
,: of attractive reading matter always at band to make home pleasant and. quiet the restlessnesj bd
A. C. L. Ry ... ._.. .. 13.43 ""When Jack Comes Late"-Maggie to childhood* To supply;the Universal American demand for' high-class periodical literature, *.,1]
Robbins & McGehee .. .. 3.40. Holmes."A 11; arranged with the several publishers interested whereby we can offer you ,
Missionary's Visit" Lucy Hop-

.51,699.54 I son."The Great and Maoazinesior rrI6oiollIll$5
Papers i
The annaul reports of the city Relenting Mob"-Loiselle Seventeen; .
treasurer and Tax Collector were ap- Brown.
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proved as read and ordered filed. Music-"Loves Old Sweet Song." -
i ,:E Attest: I Music for the occasion furnishedby \ -- -- Look at this Wonderful ListPlanters

By vote of council, the bonds of G. S. Stephens, C. H. Blackburn '..i..i', .
City Treasurer were approved and ac-I=and Geo. Porter Jr.Suwannee .

cepted. There being no further business .Journal, Memphis, T enn.. Southwest Magazine, St Louis,MoE
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the council adjourned.S. !
P.. MAYS,' ,C. H. BROWN, High School Commencement American Farmer, Indianapolis,. Ind. Blooded Stock, Oxford, Pa. $af<
Exercises-Religious Ser-
City Ct rk. Council.
f ,;TJref, vices Sunday, May 19, 10O7 Successful Farming, Des Moines, la.Maxwell's Housekeepers Magazine, Mihnsapcl,
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Annual Report. Lord"Choir.PrayerRev.Processional. Be Joyful' In the *. TalismanMagazineChicago The Welcome Guest Mag., Portias

Live Oak, Fla., May 10, 1907. J. F. Ford. The Farm Monsy Maker Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Bostdh.j
S. P. ,Mays' City Treasurer, in account Hymn'Coronatlon"-- T*
.with City of Live Oak. tion. Green's Fruit Grower, Rochester, N. Y. ;Home Queen Magazine New York :

Lesson-Rev. H. Dutill. '
Receipts.To Scripture Duet-"The Lord is my Light." Modern Stories Magazine; New York 'Practical Farmer, Philadelphia ;
cash in hand last annual
report. .| 2460.93 erson.Misses Rie Porter and Ada Mae- Rob- Sou er-.owtry Fancier, Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul .1
Cash rec'd of Bell Tel Co.. 13.00
Sermon Rev. E. W. Way.
Cash recr L O P & G Ry. 25.00 -
Anthem-"Ye That Stand in the
Cash recd. County Road
House of the Lord"-Choir.
fund 700.00
Cash rec'd W. H. Lyle for Prayer-Rev. J. T. Butler.DoxologyCongregation.. SEVENTEEN Great Weeklies and Monthlies=Combined Price over. {133

side walk 186.60 ,,
. Benediction-Rev. Curtis Grubb. s
Cash rec'd fines Mayor's

;. court 458.00 This Offer is Good Only For a Very Short ThnTIf
Rec'd J. S. Kinkaid for tax 11,952.20 Graduating Exercises Monday Night. .
Rec'd J S Kinkaid for licenses May 20, 100:: .
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Cash amt..recd. Tax certificate 1212.00 In\"ocatlon-Rev. Howard Dutill. you are already a subscriber to any or a
"* Chorus-"The Maypole"-Warner.
J. S. Kinkaid . 167.49J17.175.22
Essay-"\\oman's Influence"-Miss of these papers your time will be extended
Blanche Wolfe t
Essay-"Jefferson Davis, the Heroof
Credit. the Confederacy" Mr. Romero I Qn e year on receipt of the CombH

By cash paid out as per Seeley. r,r
f vouchers . . .$14,500.29Tax Chorus-"Who Knows What the nation Price:1
cer"on hand. .\ 157.54 Bells Say"-Parker. ,:
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Annual Address- Hon. S. }I.
$14,657.83 Sparkman. REFERENCES: Any Business House in This City or any Paper)la<|,
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To cash in hand $ 2,511.39 Quartette-"Loves Old Sweet "
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The Ladies of St. Luke's Church Will Song.j"Presentation of the Hillman Medal Jf you don't want all the papers sent to one address you can split the dub aa? .,,,,

Hold a Fair at the Skating Rink :-Mr.Presentation L. E. Roberson.of the Helvenston them sent to any number of different addresses. ".. 't tEIseberc

May 21 to May 23. Medal-Mr. I. J. Carter. in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all d tk &

The ladies of St. Luke's Church, Presentation of the Cook Prize- in lur Club. This gives a full description of sach paper. !j,
Mr. F. W Butler.
Live Oak, will hold a fair at the The Saving Habit is the mui:: '
Skating Rink, beginning Tuesday, Chorus-"Bright Be Each Face" Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how
Donizetti. save.
May 21st. and continuing through to
Presentation of
Thursday the 23rd for the purposeof Diplomas-The

public property raising generally of money debt.to are Friends clear requested the and rectory the to Principal.Benediction-Rev. J. F. Ford. [Every PllCI.Oll p { dMq9a7ile is VKllOll II on d ore lrom 1M NoEm8ollt mJ l.Every. .

give them their patronage. The fol- Death of Little Baby.

lowing ladies will have charge of On May 12, 1907 the death angel Y
booths: entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paper Goes to You For 1 Full
Ice cream, lemonade and sherbet- Chas. Mock, and claimed their dear
: Mrs. Barclay, Miss Lucas and Miss little two-year-old baby. It's hard


: Grubb.Larkin Cake-Miss Booth-rs.Annie Grubb.Carrell and sweet for best,parents and and His dear to will, give but shall the up be Lord a done.child knows.so REMEMBER[ [ 11118 [ROFFR[ IS FOR fl VERY 8110R1 TIE m IT

Mrs. Wasdin. May God help us to meet the little -
: Candy Miss Rle Porter. ones that have gone to rest.
-. Home Booth-Mrs. Needham and The sympathies of all are extendedthe DON'T DELAY! 'CALL AT OUR OFFICE, TELEPHONE OR SEND YOUR ORDER II fl1TTIIIt
Mrs. Helvenston. grieved parents. W. S. M
Drug Booth-Mrs. Butler and Mrs. > lttt > > ltt .

Geo. E. Carter Sr. J. J. ,Burton has returned from
.!, Soda Water Booth-Mrs. Robbins Live Oak, where he has been for the : Five Dollars
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and Mrs. Goggins. past few days. He expects to remove and Se verity-Five !
with his family 'to that city in a .

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