Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 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: UF00075905:00059
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!.t:'to investigate .. .. Trustee f / Dynamite Vehicles Cecure Costs, Kill

..AliOilk! for Power to Three Soldier Guards and Wound
Counsel UNCLE jAwa ed Five Others and Make Escape
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April 3.-After a Lodz, Russian Poland, April %%.- _
assee Frvti: + &
from Friday afternoon both Thirty terrorists armed .with automatic

Florida legislature iw, pistols held up a carriage In
of the
k ches 2. 'C,
yesterday afternoon at ,- Rokicin street this evening In whicha
montened -
r o'clock and spent about two ci 'i'ri portion of the funds derived from

Clearing up their calendars the government sale of spirituous

Sj introducing new business. CURE CHILL'r liquor was being transported to the

Importance was theJLge banks. The carriage was escorted by
tot greatest -L
suspension of rules soldiers. The terrorists threw a
under a
in / bomb which destroyed the vehicle
JET only two dissenting votes 9 / M/
killed three of the accompanying
AJ hou e. and one in the senate, on .
appropriating $1,000 for thefat soldiers outright and mortally
. a l _
committee appointed to inJLlsat wounded five more as well as the

the transactions of the In- / coachman and a government employewho

mat Improvement Trustees. This had the money in charge. They -
t \ secured $2.000 and made their

i, corn-' \ / q.- escape. .,

i'star Buckman, chairman "of-the com- Lynching law has been inaugurated -

I reciting the need of funds for by. the.Nationalists to put an end .
I clerical assistance and the -.Iami.a in Pittcburg Dispatc to the Socialistic outrages here. Having -.
i jecnrfng I II _
I attendance of witnesses from various t captured one of the three Socialists -

! TrU of the State. The committee vIlle last week,, returning home to- of Florida assembled in Jacksonvilleas who murdered a 15-year-old girl:
. authority to employ FLORIDA REPUBLICANSTAFT was here yesterday to meet the the Nationalists took their prisoner '
laI to.. asked, day.W.
eeQaaeL i and Mr Carter of Alachua, MT Edward's wife and children first assistant postmaster general. to the outskirts of the city, tried him,

gered a resolution that this powergranted j have arrived and they have secured I While it Is officially stated that sentenced him to death by hanging,

them though 'it was.mmgly rooms from W. B. Moore for the his visit was purely in the interestof and carried out the sentence. Last _

inferred fro inhis re- present, as there is no vacant"house IS NOW THEIR SLOGAN the detterment of the postal ser- week's victims of Nationalists and
iarks that her, personally was not In town. But as there are several-In BIG ATTENDANCE PRESENT vice and for a conference with the Socialist fights totaled 23 killed and

fc favor of this D.oYe. Mr. Wilson... course of construction, he will soon postmasters Florida on the matters 57 wounded. The majority of the

d Heraando. :Mr. Knight of Col- be able to procure one. Houses to \ a.., of putting into effect the new cansaltles were among the Socialists. ;

uibia.. )It. Calkins of ':-rassau, who rent are needed very bad as there GET'ON THE BAND WAGONSugar legislation of July 1, looking to a r

*y.a splendid' parlimentaryl victory are several families who would move more effective clerk and carrier system DEATH OF MR. W. B. HAMUN.

to tie original fight OTer,the-employ- here now.C. there are some unkind enoughto
Beat of counsel by the committee W. Heming and Chas. Godbold say that his visit was also for the Died at Live Oak Monday and Body

ntended., that the investigation will soon have their homes finished, Plums Expected to Fall to the purpose of getting Florida in the Sent Here for Burial Wednesday.The .

house of which will add much to our town. Faithful Who Whoop It Up for Taft column.
*oal4 be. made by the4 retcnntatives people of the city were griev-

and not by.hired law- Stock holders gL.the-co!tpnfware- Taft.-- ,President" "-' .. Boom According to the Georgia' papers, eously surprised to learn of the deathof
the visit of the to thit state
;en responaiblto! no. one for their house of this place will please take Mr. Walter B. Hamlin', which sad
.Wiens. .whilet Mr. Wihjon, and Mr. ; notice and attend a meeting to be was for the purpose of having a con- event occurred at Live'Oak Monday;
(Tomes-Union.) ference with number of '
.slgbt were of the opinion that the held on Saturday May 4th 10 a. m., a politicianswho His health had been poor for some .
"Florida will be solid for Taft. In line with the Rooseveltand
iaue should know, who the com- as there Is business of Importance time, but his conditions 'war hot' regarded '.
Such is the that Taft faction the lat-
aittee intended,:employing as attor- and "some cash" to be divided, and I encouraging news favoring as serious by the family until ":*' |

aer, and what fee. was 'to be paid !we would like to have those who are I goes to the Republican National com- ter's nomination. The deduction is a short time before his' end. Congestion .. h
I mitee concering the true and tried naturally drawn that the visit of the
ita. before ,authorizing, his employ- Interested that are not stockholders of the brain was the direct
tnt The ...-committee could not t6: come as It is very probable that Republican' hosts of the Evergladestate. assistant postmaster general to Jack cause of his untimely demise.Mr. .

.. them upon' ; these points, and the building will have to be en- sonville Is along the same line especially Hamlin was born near Talla-
Of course, it is not expected that as several of the most
111* prom-
several conflicting opinions be- larged. X. Y. C. hassee on the 2nd of September
Florida's electoral vote can be counted inent Republicans who called
fere ordered upon
Urn.- Speaker Matthews 1880. and had ever been a residentof
ikat the resolution go over until SEABOARD: AIR LINE RAILROAD upon for the Ohio statesman, but j him yesterday are not postmastersand the State. Early In life he enteredthe
it means that the Florida delegationto have nothing to do with the pos-
which was done without ob- employ of the railroads, and at
Oa," Special Occasions--Southern Baptist the next Republican national con- tal department. the time of his fatal illness was COn-
vention will be for the "big man" I But that his visit was largely in
[SeTerai maters of more or less Im- Convention and Auxiliary Societies ductor on the Florida railroad from
who has the interest of the postal service
the Panama i
Investigating -
ce were .discussed in either Richmond. V a., May 16-21, 19O7 Live Oak to Perry. He was a gentle-
r canal Cuba and Porto and there is denying for he not
Rico I no was
e; and a number of new bills In- man of splendid habits, and was heldin
Account of the above occasion, we who, It is claimed, is the administration I at the Jacksonville postoffice by 7
UCtIdr but the 'session of botheases the high esteem of his employersand
announce round-trip rate of one fare, candidate for the robes of o'clock yesterday morning and did he
were brief and adjournment the public generally. As a rail-
plus twenty-five cents in the sale of Roosevelt. not personally Inspect everything
"uUltea, until ,the usual hour. road man he had few peers in this
= tickets to Richmond, Va.; tickets at If Florida's delegation is not solidly connected with the office
-Fs. i section, and in the course of a short
; this rate being on sale from May 13th for Taft then there is something After this visit and the
noR. NEWS.Xotes.and time promotion would have been his.
L.f until 16th, inclusive, with final limitto with the federal
wrong with the combination, but at The future did indeed appear bright.
leave Richmond fifteen days from I I ida it be assumed that I
the present writing everything is can safely
PioaaJ Item sof Inter- I II On the 20th of April, 1903 he was'united
J! date of sale. However, by comply- harmonious and the Florida Republicans Florida will be in the Taft column
f est .from that Hustling in marriage to Miss Anna S.
I Little City. I ing with certain conditions and upon are all in line. I when the roll is called at the Republican Gerber .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t
ne payment of fee of $1.00, an extensionof It was all settled yesterday. Was national convention a year from
? political pot is beginning to F. A. Gerber of this city. He Is sur-
B this limit to June 17th may be not State Chairman Henry S. Chubb next July.
*, ,considerable, as May 2nd ap- vived by his wife, one child, one
?roaehes and there ,is very little procured.The and State Secretary Joseph E. Lee brother and three' sisters.

fcBbt..but what No. 9' will come to Seaboard has been declaredthe there? and was not Hon Matt B. Mac- Steamer in Distress. The remains were prepared for

*f front with a good large vote as official route for delegates to this farland who consented to make the Baltimore, April %%.-The British shipment and sent to Palatka Tuesday -

1. CoL J. B.. Johnson has some meeting. Those having the matterIn campaign for governor three years steamship Barnstable. Capt. Davidson the funeral being held from the

rin friends here' but this being Band were evidently guided in ago there? and was not Will A. Al- I arrived in port this morning chapel on Wednesday afternoon at

II. W. A. Tison's home, he will, of reaching the decision to name our len of Pensacola there as the personal I from Port Antonio, Jamaica, with a 3 o'clock. Rev. KIrschner Lutheran

get a good majority In this line by some of the attractive fea- representative of John E. Still- large hole in her port side and with minister from Fernandina, conducted -

'?ecinct The county will be well re- tures of our service, noticeable man? and was not Billy Lucas there stem twisted. She was run into ata the Impressive service. The Interment -

'resented by either that the "dear among these being our double daily *nd were not twenty-seven Republican full speed at 10 o'clock yesterday I was In West View cemetery.The <

**r* may decide to send to Talla- service with through coaches and postmasters there And did by the steamer Old Point Comfort, following gentlemen acted as ..

Me sleeping cars. they not all assure the assistant sec- I. which runs from Capt Charles City pall bearers: Messrs. Cornelius Car- '

** Hattie Register, of Plant City,' Our people, with an idea of afford- retary of the Republican national Va., to Old Point, Va. No one was man, J. H. Haughton, Frank D. Wattles -

,'!rJ Pleasant and refined young ing delegates to this and other con- comittee of their loyalty to the ad- Injured on either vessel and the R. E. Neck R. A. Varnes andA. .

?,- has been teaching the High ventions held in Richmond an op- ministration? Barnstable was able to proceed to L. Rogers.

I*booi Apartment since the resignaProf portunity for visiting the Jamestown Well if they didn't they "most." I Baltimore unassisted. Capt. Davld- The sincere sympathy of the entire 3

Of. Boyd three weeks ago, Exposition, have perfected an ar- It was a great gathering of office- I! son. of the Barnstable could not ac- community is extended the bereaved

*111 gentleman could. .be secured. rangement whereby the return por- holders and if there was a Republican count for the collision. wife and relatives In this hour of

Register proved herself equal to tion of tickets reading from Rich- present who is not an officeholder I sore affliction.-Palatka Times Her- .

-errencr. and In the language mond are honored from Portsmouth he knows that he now has the job I: \-('roktltain..t Boy. ald.

the small boy, she has "waltzed Va., without additional charge. This be Is looking for cinched for didrCt j I Danville Va., April %%.-The cor-

set round with Willie" She made alone certainly makes the Seaboard he assure the minister plenipotentiary oner's Jury Investigating the death of Children Cremated.

lay Wends during. her short stay. especially attractive. and envoy extraordinary of his Ellen Elliott the negro woman who Fulton, Ky., April %%.-Four

M. T. Moon arrived here last There is a movement now on foot nuswerving allegiance to the "par- was killed Saturday night by a crowdof children of Mr. Hodad, a Greek merchant -

Land will take charge of the to have the Florida Baptists assemble ty?" and "party" is only another white boys in the suburbs of the were cremated In a fire last

High School for the balance In Jacksonville, moving from here name for Roosevelt in these days and city returned a verdict today that night, which destroyed their resi

terms on the same train, one might say In times when referring to matters Re- she came to her death at the handsof dence. Mr. and Mrs. Hodad were '

.B.'T..Rape" t.Prof. A. W. MlzW a body. This too will make the trip publican. Oscar Neatherly, Joe Baugh, JohnB. badly burned and the latter may not
and- A. McLeron i There have been numerous high- Talbott and Tom Walker. All of recover.
are more pleasant.
-to the district conference at ranking federal officials to visit Flor- the boys are between 15 and 16 years I

'rill! next'Thursday.: Mrs. B. C. Bell went to "Wellborntni's Ida In the past but never before for old and are being held without bail Mrs. G. W. Turman leaves this I II

rL' :-u4e) Hand visited 'her morning on' a 'visit to her par twenty years has there been such a pending preliminary hearing In the I afternoon for Tampa to visit her tsons.

..n..'Orrle ,Bell In Jackson- ents. large number of federal officeholders i mayor's court tomorrow morning. I
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; Pneumonia's Deadly Work" *: s 'i Jns\ Because eyour ORDINANCE No. M. to the northern bounadry of Wilbur PROF g _
t street asjt now*stand\running at
coagh is only la that throat and Section
An Ordinance to amend
to said Ohio aTel1u..l03:
rtfht angles
affected my''tight'
seriously '
has so does not trouble yott; sows don't 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No.: IS of the feet to White-street in White's Add: C b ho..ik t

; lung. writes lira.' Fannie Connor think that It needs no atenilon. Whenit City of Live Oak. Florida being an tlon In said City of Live Oak. Florida -
of Rural Route 1. Georgetown.. Tena. Qrdlnanca entitled '"An ordinances R0.
has not had much of,i sort,Is the .- excepting -therefrom three feet $
"that I coughed continuously night prohibit the running at large on the across the northern side of the
time to check it. The slightest streets of the of Live Oak. of
and day and the melghhors' predic ;' City Parshley family burial KrODn.4.I.which ,
i stonconsumption seemed Inevitable -' cough easily leads to Pneumonia, horses mules bogs and goats and Is included In said description PHYSICIANS-

: Bronchitis and Consumption. A battle to provide for the Impounding and and within the Iron f< nce Inclosln

until my husband brought home of Ballard's'Horehonnd Syrup will disposing of, the same"* passed said burial grounds.

a bottle of Dr. King's New DiscoTery. September 30th. 1903 and approved Section II. That condemnation UYz oALDR.
The it
cure that cough. price puts
'which in my case proved to be the Octoberth.; 1903. proceedings shall be Instituted In the
within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be It ordained by the Mayor and J.
only real cough cure and restorer of name of the City of Live Oak In accordance .
nee Drug Co. ; -. dw" City Council of the City of Live Oak with the provisions of the -

{ weak sore lungs. When all other. Florida: Statutes In such case made and provided Phy5k a n a

remedies utterly fall, you may still able publications ot Its kind publish Section la. That Section 1. Section for the purpose of carrying

win In the battle against lung and ededti the United States. It Is 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. out the, provisions of Section 1 of Office: Carroll Bu I -

throat troubles with New Discovery: printed oa heavy Uxfc paper and contains 16 of the City of Live Oak. this Ordinance. Residency atPhoas

thirty-four pages is publishedon Florida being an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance
the real cure. Guaranteed by Barclay the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to prohibit the run shall take effect upon Its passage by e.jlv lD

& drawer, druggists. 50c and every department Is In charge of an ning at large on the streets of the the Council and ,approved by the i

$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw. I expert. No one who has a horse cattle City of Live Oak. of horses mules Mayor, or upon Its becoming an
or live stock should be without hogs and goats and to provide for '
: ordinance without the approval of the I
this publication. the impounding and disposing of the Mayor. M. BROOM

F WOXDERFUL CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM is a handsome same" approved October 6, 1903. be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion

# 32-page monthly publication and the same are hereby amended. so Robertson and passed by City --

k What Fire Dollars and ve.tl.Fh'e printed on heavy book, paper. and as to read as follows: Council In. regular session assembled ATTORNEY&CocssELQLg.

. Cents AV111 Do. contains many handsome half-tone illustrations. "Section 1. Horses mules hogs oa this Sth day of April.'A. D. 1907 rT TV*
and goats shall not.be allowed to run : oar, :
; and It is a publication thatIs CHAS. H. BROWN.
This at quite an expense
paper edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell at large upon any of the streets alleys 'President City CounciL wm Pnctia ill all tM
: a great deal of work. has arranged a lanes unenclosed of :;.. tal& its.[6t...
or property .
Club offer of fourteen well-known one of the beet-known writers in this i Attest: : ,', EtesNrraar
I No in its class the City of'Live Oak and that cows :1 R.ML : q .
Papers and Magazines. Including the country. publication S. F. MATS, City Clerk.I .."
shall not be allowed to at
run large
with Talisman.
t LIVE OAK "DAILY DEMOCRAT fork compares S. P.'llays.City Clerk of the PCTLM 8ttl
upon any of ',the streets, lanes t>f r jORTODONTU ..
It has been published at Chicago,IlL .
only $&75. Realizing that ,we could City of Live,Oak, Florida, do,hereby
ft' largely Increase our circulation we : for seven years' other public highways unenclosed of premises the said City within or certify that the above and foregoing !'L.lrL DIXO "

1 F entered into a contract to use the THE FARM MONEY MAKER Is a the following boundary In said't3Xl Ordinance No. 57 was regularly pass- I

c- Papers and Magazines that compose large handsome publication which of Live Oak. Florida, to-wit: ed by the City-Ck: unciI on the 8th.day ..; --

this Club. The Dally Democrat does has been running a great many yearsin Beginnig at a point where Irvin of April. A. D. 1907. and the same E1\"TIS1'. .

not make a cent out of this offer. Cincinnati. O.. and contains various and First streets Intersects, and running is hereby certified, to. the Mayor fohis -

:: In fact we lose money but by increasing departments In regard to every south to, where Irvin and Carroll approval. -* .. ,_: CROWS : 118:

l: our circulation we can secure part of the farm aad also has many streets intersect thense east to Witness my hand and seal of said WOB, r Sps ,

,f more advertising and also get a better well-known writers in charge of Houston street thence south along City this 8th day. of April, A. ,IX ,

f rate for same., No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence 1907.
fore made an offer that equals ours. home and also matter that Is'interesting east John street (Seal) S. P. HATS,
on to Church street
Every paper goes to you for one full and of value to every member thence south'on Church street to City Clerk. PracticalWATCHMAKER

i.f year. All are well known and long of the family.SOUTHERN. poration line, thence east cor- Examined and approved by me
established and worth mamy times the on corporation this 9th day of,April. A. D. 1907. All
line to White
POULTRY FANCIER. street thence
price, we ask.. They are from the M. E. BROOME. :Mayor.
j.i South. North. East and West. Their This magazine Is devoted to poultryand north on White street to Howard 3 year'f expel'
Live all of its departments and Is street thence east on Howard street
i. combined values Including the The Price of Health. Good stock of Watches
published at Atlanta. Ga. Each Issue to a point opposite Georgia avenue ihrqf c
f Oak Daily Democrat is over $13,00.We t
contains from 40 to 50 thence north to and along Georgia
t' make this offer pages printedin
are only able to "The price of health in a malarious
magazine form on heavy boek pa avenue to the northeast corner of r..E.Ro.
and it will uow.
for a very short time positively
t per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons Bryson street and Georgia avenue district Is just 25 cents; the cost of
be withdrawn soon. you
is! want the best bargain ever offered pet stock turkeys geese ducks thence due north along section line a box of Dr. King's New.Life Pills.'. TJOBERSON& &

I you. order the Club now. Do not etc.. will not only save but make to a point opposite Fifth street writes Ella Slayton. of Noland Ark.
by this well-known thence west to and along Fifth
having street
wait, for you may nesitate too long. money New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im-
't' magazine before them. If anyone to Atlantic Coast Line railroad ATTORNEYS !
subscriber :.At.
.t It are already a any tWill
you ;
takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic part new life and vigor to the system -
in the Club t -
{ or aU of the your
,t t time will be papers extended one year from say that it is one .f the best of its Coast Line railroad to First street 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat do general practice a fai
kind and is as handsome readable thence west along First street Federal Courts.
1.i date of your order. Probably you do to Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw
and valuable Is point of -
a poultry paper as
to have all of the Papers
care sent to address. If published we will send same to them "Section II. It shall be the duty BOOMS 1 AMD S UP-S7 tannL tin"PIio. k
'f Magazines your
three months of the City CLERK AND INSPECTORS. .i Ka 114
split the Club and have as an absolute present. ,Marshal or any deputy
not. you can Marshal LIVE OAK. z : Ti '
them sent ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNAL or policeman of the said
City to take Live Oak Fla., April 11, 1907.
1 addresses. or two or more parties can is published in Boston and no matter of and place

come'in together and divide the Club what price is Mid for a similar publication In a pound to be provided for that The Board of County Commissioners OLAi fOlit

among themselves. On acount of the no one* will be able to secure found purpose by any him horse,,mule hog or goat of Suwannee County Florida at ,' AiUdrwrsJ M! ,+ .0 1.
limited time that we will be able to a publication at the same price which or running at
i make this wonderful offer we will be 'will equal this one. It Is published in large upon any of the streets, alleys a meeting. called for and held on said

unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and child highways or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commissioners z '

I anyone. We take pleasure in giving 'ren and it is worth many times the take within said City, and likewise W. A, Tison M. L. Burnett ChamCofic

L; a short sketch of each paper in the price that is asked for the entire possession, of and place in said and J. H.
r.# Club. Club. pound any cow found by him or them appointed the following

of running at'large on any of'the streets named persons Inspectors and Cholera &i
published lanes
highways Clerks of
or an election to be held in
Tenn. is in Ita seventeenth
Memphis. In New York in magazine form other nnenclose, of
t year. It is published monthly on the and is one of the most readable City of UveOak within the boundaries said- said County on,May 2, 1907. Almost eiey family nest'

15th of each month. Colonel of HughL. the magazines of its kind ever producedby prescribed In Section I hereof." District No. 1.-'V. T. McCullers, of a reliable 'remedy for tri

Bedford. Its editor is one the any publisher. It is full of Inter- "Section VII, For catching and J. E. Davis!! and Thos. J. Kenady Inspectors diaixhea "J
best-known agricultural writers in at some timk #
esting matter and contains articles
Impounding stock
ordln4 A. J.
model ; Williams, Clerk.
United'States. He lives on his which, are prepared by some of the ance. the City Marshal shall be year. .:
farm near Memphis and also has a best-known writers in the country. titled to the following fees namely en- District No. 2.-W. E. Harrell. J.

large cotton plantation Mississippi in This magazine will please all no mat- For catching and Impounding horses: R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson In- by dealers who Tjatc eld

and &n orange andfruit farm ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk. and know tt vie
Florida. He is ably assisted by a what they read. goats many yean
large number of department editors thirty cents per head hogs one DI'strlct No. 3.-WJJ1 McLeod, G. It has received tboaeitejtimonials
special writers: and correspondents.The THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This per he.a well-known which is taking care qt such J5tQC while In
magazine pub- !
Journal makes specialty of Its : horses ; W. D. Whatley, Clerk.
pound for mules It has been pfadbedlicians
Manufacturing Lumber and lished in Philadelphia is not only one : and cows he
Industrial Cotton. Departments, in additionto of the most successful of its kind, shall receive forty cents per day per District No. 4.-L. C. Young. J. H. with the most

Saving full and complete depart- but without doubt one of the most head each fqo>ogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble. Inspectors results.

; ments of the Home. Garden. Fruit carefully edited papers in the United ing per and day- per head each* for advertis- ; Ed. McLeod. Clerk. It'has often sand &k
Live Stock States. Any farmer, planter or, in selling such animals he shall
- Farm. Poultry. Cattle receive the sum of fifty District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T. medicine codd taw bessie
fact who has cents for
,i etc. It is very readable and full of anyone fruits flowers
i bright'snappy news and contains 32 vegetables, live stock and poultry horses mules or; cows per head and L. Dorsett and W. M. George. Inspectors or a physician wmmocei

will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- ; B. E. Martin Clerk. It only costs a.ttts.

pages.THE AMERICAN FARMER of Indianapolis will save them during the year many "hog"five cents under per this head each. The word District No. 6. J. S. Newsome.. S, you afford to nskjo B i'
times the price that they for the ordinance shall be
Ind.. has been published entire Club. pay taken to Include "pigs." G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. Inspectors little> BUY 1T NOW

' by,Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE shall take effect immediately District No. T.-T.
3 contains a full page poem from this is published in New York in maga- its passage by the Council and upon P. Hurst T. Z.

_ well-known writer. It is published zine form and contains from 30 to CO by the Mayor as to mules approval Hurst and B. M. Holland Inspectors; FOLEY

monthly and contains 34 pages. There pages each issue. This well-known horses, goats and hogs but shall not A. J. Bass Clerk.
is no better paper for the home and publication contains many interesting go Into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-G. H. Dormau J.M. Makes Kldv ve.*IsSrr

farm than this well-known publica stories and some of the most valu- from its passage by the City Council. Kite and J. H. Johns.
tion.SUCCESSFUL. able articles which are prepared by Passed Inspectors;
by City Council in
regular J. E. Ferguson, Clerk. THOMPSON &
: FARMER is publish well-known wr tgrs. Every depart- session this 8th day of April A. D.

ed' at Des Moises, Ia., and has been ment is fullY- vexed by experts in 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN District No. 9,8, W. Gary. W. R. i and Delivery
this publication One of the most In- More and Drays
long established. Each issue contains President City Council. Calvin Sistrunk. Inspectors; 1
from 50 to 60 pages and it is one teresting departments is that con- Attest: Stewart Smith. Clerk. --,', Furniture moving and .
of the handsomest and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS City Clerk. '
publications of its kind in ,the world. : the head of "For the Little Fellows," 1. S. P Mays City Clerk of the District No. 10.-A. H. Hall L. Hauling Specials

Every department of the farm and I and another Is "Chats With Mothers." City of Live Oak Florida do hereby A. Leggett and J. F. Williams, Inspectors STOVE WOO

, heme is fully represented in this paper Another is "Decoration of Your certify that the above and foregoing ; C. L. Sealey Clerk.

, ir and each of these departments Home," and another valuable department Ordinance No. 56 was regularly Passed District No. 11.-S. Phillips. H. Any length delivered to

: is in charge of an expert. It Is a very under the head of "Embroid- by the City Council on the 8th day C. Kight and A.
'; handsome publication and is a monthly ery also a department of Amusing of April, A. D. 190, and the same M. Lewis. Inspectors; of city promptly GiTebusines
. T. A. ,
published on book paper. the Children and another one under Is( hereby certified. to the Mayor for Mikell. Clerk

" the head of "Home and How to his approval. District No. 12.-S. D. Hugglns. J Pte.
GnEE. 8 FRUIT of
" Really Make It Home and another
I Rochester N. Y.. has been published Witness my band'and seal of said D. Goss asd J. J. Holmes Inspectors
f department under the head of "Our
City, this 8th of
day April A. D. J. H. H. J. MOEBJContractor
I for twenty-seven years and is edited Beauty Doctor. There are many Anderson Clerk.

by Col. Chas. A. Green who la said other interesting articles In this pub- 1907.Seal District No. 13.-H. E.
I'1 to be the best-known writer of this UeaUon which alone forbids ) S. P, MAYS. J. Delegal W. and
I space us Reynolds and
A. C.
!. kind In the world. He is ably assisted to mention. Auy subscriber to this City Clerk. Johnson Inspectors -
Examined and approved bpme: ; J. j. Corbett Apply for plans
I by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant Clubb will after this Clerk.
I editor. These two well-known paper this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. District No. 14. !*
we believe renew their subscriptionfor M. E. -T. C Williams and specificabOffice
: gentlemen also have a large number same from year to year without L. B. Davis and T G. Hall Inspec C

y of department editors and special any solicitation upon the part of any- tbrsV.. L Mclanls. Clerk. on Ohio Ave..A. & *
writers. This magazine alone is
l one. ORDINANCE NO. 37. '
worth the price that we ask for the District No. 15.-T. J. Lanier J.

entire Club. In its class no paperIn All of the above; Magazines and An Ordinance providing for the A. Gilby and J. J. Collins, Inspectors Tile Great ttcatltbG ,

this country compares with it. Papers contain stories and reading establishing opening and extendingof A. L. Burton. Clerk ; f
'. matter for every and all members of Wilbur street in the City of Live
MODERX STORIES of New York the family from the smallest baby Oak, Florida from the east side of District No. 16.-E. K. Goff A. J. BromoPepi"Note ,

Is a handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every depart- Ohio avenue eastward to White Futch and D. W. Harrell Inspectors

which is published monthlyand ment of the home farm and businessare street in White's Addition to said J. C. Brock. Clerk.: ; Pd'
is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and thirty-two the Word

monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pic- (1032) feet said street to be fifty District No. 17J. S. Parker T.

worth the entire price of the Club. tures and illustrations in these pub- (50) feet in width. W. Scott and W. H. Johnson, Insp-

Carefully edited and contains matters lications during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor and tors; H. B. Brown. Clerk. CURES

that will Interest every member o* the I I will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Live Oak The Board 'ordered the Clerk Spat

1amil papers. This paper feels proud to Florida to On the
prepare the
SOUTHWEST 3LVGAZIXE la published be able to offer to Its patrons a Clubof Section 1. That Wilbur street In official ballot to be votedat

'' at St. Louis. Mo., on the first of this kind composed of such representative the City of Live Oak. Florida as it said special ejection to be held in Ho Opiates Ibsoiiit1

each month and contains from CO to Papers and Magazines and now stands, be opened extended and this County on May 2nd. 1907 and Ill lit Asia
of the best-known we can say to each and everyone established from the eastern side of place thereon the OngcuU.
70 It is one names of all Sf
pages. ,. and is In Its that our offer Is worth many times Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet lied electors quali E'or Sai
magazines Is handsomely gotten the price of $5.73 and no one will I'n width at right angles with said who. by reason of petition The P

fifth year.contains It many Interesting make a mistake in taking advantage Ohio avenue eastward to White,street qr, e..>nficate are entitled to hare City

UP and of valuable information of same. t, .- In White's Addition to' the said City their names printed thereon. LIVE 04K, FLA.
., ,articles We call yosr attention to the ad- of Live Oak. the northern boundary The Board
the adjourned
t S: .ftfoiveverjumeniber oj family vertisement ofthe Club elsewhere r f which said 'extension shall be a --ri. to meet April 4123trwiyi.FOLEYS.
all.IILOODIsD 26th !Jt' .
please I in this edition.' You will find there line drawn at tight angles with Ohio '

$TOCK MAGAZINE Is detailed Information In regard to the avenue frem a point on the eastern W. A- TISON. Chairman.

one. of the handsomest and moat read- Clu1a. side of Ohio avenu directly opposite J.j W. BRYSON. Clerk,

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i ONLY Prospective Builders:

; At a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation and Give Our furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand '
Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
Subscribers the Best of Everything, we Have Made Arrange-
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season is at hand for subscribing for your newspapers\nd magazines for the new year. This
: U the age of popular enlightenment through the products of the printing press. The family which is
supplied with an abundance of good clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the processof
self-education. The man, woman or child who is reading good newspapers and, magazines is going to Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.
school gas truly as if enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundance
of attractive reading matter always at band to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incidentto
childhood. To supply the universal American demand for high-class periodical literature, we have .
,arranged with the several publishers Interested whereby we can offer you

Seventeen Gr6at Papers 'and Magazines.or the Price oi only $5.75 Flour V Cigars I

Snowflile, Comet, Oblisk Anita Fernandez {.
f Look at this Wonderful List 1
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Planters Journal, Memphis, Tenn. Southwest Magazine, St. Louis..Mo. and drink a cup of coffee df IMPERIAL ;t

t : American Farmer,Indianapolis, Ind. Blooded Stock, Oxford, Pa. make, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this 'j

pccessfu1'Farming, Des Moines, Ia. .Housekeepers Magazine, Mihneapolis.
f I; brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new 1
; Maxwell's TaIisrnanMagazineChicago: The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland.
man. 1
'The I arm'Monsy Maker, Cincinnati. Woman's Home Journal, Boston
Green's Fruit Grower, Rochester N. Y. Home Queen Magazine, New York
; Chewing Gum 1
Moderg} Stories Magazine, New York Practical Farmer, Philadelphia
Taffy Tola Globe Imperial
Southern Poultry Fancier,Atlanta, Ga. Rural Weekly, St. Paul j

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'; This Offer is Good Only For a Very Short Time In Your Laundry Work


If you are already a subscriber to any or allo'fth'ese'.papers

your time will be extended -

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nation Price TO

,REFERENCES: Any Business House in This City or any Paper in. Our 1 PERRY FLA.

Club ,

If you don't want all the papers sent to one address, you can split the Club and have
we feel sure we can give you the ON
them sent to any number of different addresses. greatest satisfaction. There is an

Elsewhere, in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers added stiffness and a glorious gloss MAY
in .lur,dub. This gives a full description: of sach paper. pppearanee put upon our and work lengthens that enhances the life the of

,, The Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not Low much you make but how much you your linen. Bring your Shirts, Collars -
; save. Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White and ICome
Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our I
Laundry. and you will have them one and all and enjoy your

: ([V E.YPIIEOll s t d Moo7ille g rn IP1OJIIIUAllll II K d ore from I the Norm, SO1rn 1 fusl o on W est quickly price.factory. and manner carefuly at done a satisfactory in a satis- selves.wannee :Music Brass furnished Band. Don't by the miss Su-

hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re

f;: i Every Paper Goes to"' You For 1. Full Year Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE freshments.ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr.B. .

J. MADISON, President.G. .
139.; T. W. FANIEL,

on work, and will guarantee satisfaction -! We have
opened barber
up shop
r 1 l . I . . . . II . I.' ,. . . . . . . I . at best prices. Reference: S. oa Ohio avenue, in the White building -
A. Hinely Live Oak. Call at Democrat -} and solicit the patronage of the
Five office. I white people. Shop is newly fitted
Five Dollars and Seventy= Cents up. and everything kept neat and

. . . . 1 LEYMIONEYrAR clean.
:s. tops the OUltb and be&1alu.nJts McQueen' & Griffin..J .

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A3T 't. COXSTlTtTI X L CONSTITUTION the gubernatorial nomination drainIng '-' ......_. ., t.J..t..U-. !.! ; ,
LIVE OAK DAILY .'- the Everglades would be a pro- ,s
'< Published every Afternoon Tne Florida Legislature disapproves minent plank in our platform an4' he Wprld's'Ple rA JJ f_ F'

Except Sunday. 'of the f fourteenth and sifteenth -:tb'e gubernatorial caydldates muit I
+ 'be frank>k jcqncernlng tlus freat.eiteY'prtse. '
amendments to the pni (8tate !: 1\Wi.XU know: what a blankidullbe place th
R'. J. F. SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'g'r.iE .-OcaBannen j Why.not''sell $t'W
Constitution and to nullify
the dredges and put this $100,000 in : if it were not for some of the pleasures t' W'e
LIfE Oil FDBL1SHIHG( COXPAKT. them by the convenient device of a #
the school fund to help educate the ; .
joint.resolution The wonder is that .'tenningled with our work_and"worry. -
boys and 'girls of Florida This is '
< will be _
< THE DAILY DEMOCRAT In all these forty years nobody ever '

: mailed to any part of the United before thought of this simple expedient much more important than cutting Some _

i States postage prepalr, for $5.00 for disfranchising the negro. :i, ditches In the Everglades. .... pleasure'o ,

per year; $2.50 for six months; I .. > It seems so much easier than passing I |
f $l.;5 for three months, or 50 cents roundabout laws with grandfather I I Did you know that Suwannee coun- in their :
In advance. Delivered srwertkiaplybecansettetisv
for the weeks
f to any part of the city, by clauses and educational tests. I I I ty produces nearly one-tenth of all _

the Sea Island cotton produced in ... ,
,carrier, for 10 cents per week. South Carolina attempted merelyto ,
L, nullify certain acts of Congress. the United States? And did you know found the rig "

The Florida method is more that has been her record for several .

r k FOR STATE SENATOR thoroughgoing. An unconstitutional years? It's said tofbe a ,fact and sta- In the ,

Seventeenth Senatorial District. tistics bear out *statement: Here -
Constitution has very great advant the for $3.Qq them
r The friends of Mr. J.. B. Johnson ages. Every state from time to time we have been all this time growingin is t SIj,

hereby announce his name as a candidate can select such parts ftlt as it may population and f wealth' producing ish,. nobby shoe.for every foot, and as Qua s

for State Senator, and earnestly choose to obey and discard the rest almost one-tenth of one of the most

(, solicit the support of all good, true as offensive to local prejudices.Now valuable crops: of the South, and by experts in a Specialty factory, over 'tO t\iont

Democrats at the special election tobe that Florida has ,taken the j didn't know It,and could not tell lasts and'oat'of the best and mot popular leather

i held In Suwanne county on lead who knows but California will I hardly, why the county was prosper- I ftt?1!

: 'May 2nd. VOTERS. abolish the jury system and Institute I llng. It's all plaint! enough when the, sure to fit Atfell'and give satisfaction, which means '

r FOR STATE SEXATOR.. drum-head courts-martial for all i situation Is '.studied, and the only I "Quaker.* shoes are made by the Goodyear-weltpjQ

Japanese who enter the State? 1 I I wonder is that,every foot of land In ,
myself as a
I hereby announce
Pennsylvania believes: In ultra, Suwannee Bounty 'is not in cultivation t doing away with the tacks, wax and thread fouadoaa.
,, candidate for the offlcevo* State Senator pro- .
Seventeenth tection. If the Constitution is When the, fertility of her so land
: for the Senatorial un- f side of so many shoes that hurt, burn and- blister>the
District of Florida, and respectfully constitutional, why should .not .,its the value, of her crops are' properly fee
solicit the support ot'the Democratic Legislature lay duties on. imports 'placed before the' ptfbllc Immigrants This melnjCtoo' that thay are, soft and pliable.

from other states? j And of courser. will co/ne this way and tbj* 0.t<.
voters Suwann county. "
of "
., (: \T1t f'. ''w. A.'TISON. Massachusetts could" authorize Senator I 1 I wild lands of old*Suwannee will be All in all, with every item summed up, yolliwfl &d If;

I i Lodge to make his own 'kind of i I transformed Into fields 'of the fleecy ; ; the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be boa gi it fcl

treaty with Newfoundland and so let J staple. Then you will see the greatestof -
'Gt>v> orBroward's life Insurance I I
President Roosevelt carry throughhis I all the agricultural counties of $3.00. }j
scheme does not seem to have met treaty. this state prosper as never before. -, '

with, a very hearty: endorsement from One of the difficulties in the way I .--- Remember to ask for "Quker'u-'h: shoe that does 4t

4_ the people* of the dlsfranchisement of the negro I i On May the, and go to the polls hurt." r .. -

by Southern states has been the and vote for State Senator. Don't

Why not advertise in the Democrat threatened reduction of their representation forget or neglect to perform this

Mr. Merchant? There certainly in Congress. But these duty. \

f 0 are not better advertising mediumsanywhere loose constructions in Florida guarded [ DowlingLumber&NavalStoresli

in this country than the against that danger. They abolish | VALIDITY' BONDS.

r' Daily and Weekly. Democrat. the whole of the fourteenth amend- f. DOWLING PARK FLORIDA I

ment. While they were at it they Legislature Passes Act Making Valid ,

Jeff Davis' White Springs Herald might have made their position Impregnable the Issue' of $2OOOOO by the Cityof . . .
f don't say exactly that our able circuit by abolishing the United Live Oak.

Judge B. H. Palmer of Lake States Supreme Court as created by f I Tallahassee April 23-2 p. m.- VISIT THE POPULAR. HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT

City, Is a candidate for governor, out the United States Constitution.-New The senate today, on motion of Senator -

: 'It does say: "he would make a most York World. Adams, passed by,a vote of 22 DOWLING PARfcWAT

formidable candidate for any position '' to nothing the bill introduced byMr. .

within the, gift of toe people of Flor- OUR lnUI.RS'STE.'I.. Dorm n, making valid the issue

ida." I lot UOOt..OGQ.b.P. improvement DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE BIVEI
\, The name of Judge B H. Palmer
bonds of the city of Live Oak. These 5

F The Democrat is very well satisfied has been frequently mentioned in bonds were authorized by the votersof Mineral Springs Hotel and ,
connection with others as a probable Cotbjjjj
> with the present constitution of the city of Live Oak at an elec-
candidate for
the United States, and we doubt very governor in the prim- tion held for that purpose on November HOT AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BED* fc*=
aries next year, and while here, the WATER IN EVERY ROOM. 'BILLIAROTABLES. TELEGRAPH j
( much of the Florida legislature can 21, 1905. Mr., Dorman had previously -
Herald quietly intimated that an ex- WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY VltLWNi I KCtd!
T it improve-upon it very much by adopting pression from him would .be passed the bill in the house RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAJC,ONLiww
t Senator Beard's joint resolution. apprec and it,only remains to be signed by I.GULF. cem ECTi iiTLnfi WTHii
iated. We take the liberty of expressing -
r. A pretty wise thing to do is to leave the governor. ,
well .enough, alone along these lines his opinion of matters political. I ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWNING PflRK. FLORID.IiSOUTHERN UVtOiill
"The position of Chief Executiveof
f just at the present. Miss Gertrude Dzalynski, repre- I'
t a great state like Florida, is an 1 sentlng "The People's Lobby" andy till H"I I I I I I 1 U14 1-1 I i I i 11 i-1 H 111411111llli''"
honorable and desirable one for an
,:. Qne of the factors in Live Oak'sI' -the Tallahassee Sun, was In the. city
man to aspire, he remarked in substance
remarkable growth for the past five this morning collecting data for that
"but under ill
our present system BUSINESS COW
L years has been the unity of her people of nominations a poor man can paper. Miss Dzalynski is a stenographer : -
and has been connected with
F. on all questions wherein the best not afford to enter, the race. We
interests of the city were at stake. legislative work for years and perchance
some plan, some legislation or _
: This same unity continuespeaceand ,, barring Miss Jefferson Bell, II .
some method whereby the enormous I .
harmony and the is better posted in Florida politics !
prevails -J
continued :
of ;
expense running for office may be l .
t growth of Live Oak is bound eliminated" than any woman in the State. She < ..

: to follow. \\e are striving for a city Is a brilliant conversationalist, and
Judge Palmer is one of the brainyas
1'- 1
j of 10,000 population before 1909, well is well posted upon all public affairs.
as popular men of the State.
,and we'll have It, too. He Of course she is an ardent advocateof
has proven true to the people,
I the present administration, and
be studies their interests and worksin

Wellborn, pne of the best and most their behalf, and would make a there is where she struck; a snag in

substantial towns in this section of most formidable. candidate for any Live Oak. However much we may I :
Florida, is oppose her views we admire her j' :
enjoying a building boom position within the gift of the peopleof -
-new business houses, new and Florida. pluck and loyalty to those who employ i j
her. The best of language Is
handsome homes
are going upandthe But here
comes the drawback I
town and that entire section of I Only the wealthy can afford to take always at her command, and she can SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
;i the argue any public question, and, womanlike
county are growing, as never be- chances in our primary system. A '
is courteous to her adversaries I
fort. Wellborn I
situated ia the man in moderate circumstances. fin
as are the latter to her We
heart of one of the best farming sections ancially, can hardly afford to enl r For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLASSBS

of this State, and Is'alwa's going into a contest for a county office, to' were particularly impressed with this ; ; will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only $30.00.
lady because of her absolute confidence ii
to be a good, prosperous town. say nothing of the enormous expensea ; ; Special courses in all
in herself and a like confidence Departments have been so arranged fcfj,ff

State campaign would entail. in those who opposed her in f 'I student entering on this special offer can finish within the Emit ,
My. what a waking up there will We are and have been, a persistent scholarship. ,
argument and a lengthy argument 11' 'j'
be in the old red hills of Tallahasseeand advocate of the primary system, but This is
occurred between her and Col. Frank i an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. t tI
throughout Leon county If that we want some sinfple method estab
i Drew in the Democrat office, relative Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and tte-1.
capital removal question : lished whereby a poor man can have
i, again. But in all cornea up to the status of the legislature I help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than yon nowl* |
seriousness and an equal showing with the rich.e' '
and State officers and small roads
j, after due deliberation, don't you don't like for the democratic party r WRITE FOR CATALOG.r 1
trying to build up the State.
think if the capital is ever.moved and a democratic government to be I
Of course Col. Drew, with the gentle-
from Tallahassee, Live Oak is the wholly and solely for the wealthyclass

only candidate in the long list of -while we admire their tact and manly qualifications born in him, was SOUTHERN
not so emphatic as he would have BUSINESS 00( !
aspirants that stands the ghost of a talent in accumulating this world's
show been had he been arguing with a man
landing the prize* "Them'sour goods.
but he nevertheless carried his '
sentiments" any way. Let the members of the legislature point, LIVE OAK :
and Miss Gertrude bald her own in FLORIDA 5.t
pender well our present modus operandi

\ So far this.4>esslon of the'legislature of selecting officers, and give u defense of the administration, state L. M. HftTTON President G. S. STEPHENS frIB
e ing to reporter as she left on the ,
has been one continued round some law, or give some advice an

of pleasure, but it's all off, and from suggestions that will help along the Drew Coast had Line for Gainesville that Col. +.. I I I I I u I I I II I I I I I I I" Iii i i j. i i i i i i i i i i j.-j. i i i i
a just grievance.V a hone
the line Indicated.-White Springs Her-
now on fight will be hot. The 1 -- -
this distinguished lady will again I
"wet' 'and "dr>."; the administrationand aid ,' him one and half minutes toI It Is estimated -\ careful*
!visit Live Ook, and favor the Democrat "vamoose the ranche"
He went, but *Swill
the anti-administration; the very that 15,000s of Jle
with a call.
uniform and those opposed to uni- The Pensacola Journal, in a broadside dallied within one second of the allotted be broken ti:nary tothh< r'

form text books; county division I time or else he would have this spring ,.d to
editorial, suggestes as a compromise Three young men from this city been thrown and >" \ .>

and those opposed to county division; that the state proceed to builda : went Madison Sunday and a negro bodily from the train. I question of the .. It. <'JIY of II J;

franchise tax and the antifranchisetax canal across Florida and abandon !! reduce the acreage ome. :
occupied the smoker with legs cock- At Port Florence j
and a hundred and other on the shore of be only wb s
one the scheme of draining the Everglades a little .e
j I ed up on a seat in front and smokIng the great lake.Victoria
Important and unimportant measures Why not do both. We do> |! a cigar with all the gusts, of a chief source of the 'ile which Is the : than last year. T'w..e 1rlI1 be

introduced and to be introduced not want to see the Everglade drain Vanderbilt One :of the young 'men dock cut there Is a dry i macaroni wheat sow o It o?
out of
must be disposed of. The battles age scheme abandoned. It mean i inquired of the 'new butcher if thate who had solid rock Ay natives I' ed two or three I steels 4 I
never before dane
these subjects will be short but for much serious year than the a _
over more the greatness of the ; car was the colored smoker
or a jt
i fierce, and Interest will be at fever !. than a ship canal across it-which : mixed coach. and was informed that<;: long work.48 The dock Is 250 feet' price'"as. so much tes than

heat from this date until the session |would mean much -and would cost I it was the smoking car for whites. It Is 3,700 feet feet wide and..!4 'feet deep. mon variety liai "' dW n :.t1'
above the
the Democrat will tell less level of the ,I Miller irfespondenre t-
and ?
adjourns. and would be burdened with less Then one of the '
young men went to :
sea, .
or nearly three times
you all about It every day. ( graft. If we were a candidate for I I the negro and.. told him he would give of Lake Chantauqua. the altitude -i'

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;C IgoNICLFD rot UEMO" ,
oIIf-- Monday April 22nd .
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; AND THEY oo .

-. Tuesday, April 23rd, 5 5 I

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f=ro'lIDt' Ot.,)1.Gathered. Oak Reporter by and the Suwannee Demo'crar -. :, &F /:? : Wednesday, April 24th i'

m.f IS.---joi want to sell see J. 31.P' .! Qur entire new stork i will be placed on display tables and prices i

; V -
:|, licensed auctioneer. He will be greatly: reduced for three days only., S I

JT0 o-WlUamf in Luraville' to&TV '. This is our first lace and embroidery sale this season and should

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I Whoa Whltfield. of O'Brien, was be of great interest to all the ladies. I

i.the city today. .

I *, 'fine Oranges. Apples. Mna 22-i
t Wolfe on Corn/

l o w King; of Perry---,1-S---, is 'here to-


I t!re W..trading A- Clark.today.of Lancaster was ,

I .os t' L. S. HARVARD Proprietor. z

, riLh. Marshall'of Georgia U visitC. / .

t411Ja.' W. Rogers.: J
I: p;j. B. Hawkins, of Pinemount was " Hi I i 11 *'* I II I M > 1 1 1 1 II I i M It 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ft i > 1 1 1 I i ,".. H i II " .11. " .

: eft( today. .. rrI -
I J. J. Dixon went to Jacksonville Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. Ladles I have Just opened a dressmaking -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
: "'Dr. McIntosh of Luraville 'was. today and expects,to bring hIs wife The pleasant cold remedy that expels I room in the Lewln uil4tng. Syrup. Children. like its pleasant
t |here today. back with him, ;., i the cold through its action on the and will be glad to serve yoTSatis- taste. Contains no opiates but drives
bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw* faction
S guaranteed. Givea trial.
-'-- the cold out through the bowels.
I 'fact Green was up from Cypress Read our greatest magazine and' MRSl: KIGHT. Made in conformity to Pure Food and
Lake i yesterday. ne clubbing ever" offered by Supt. R. :E. Hall of Dade county, Drugs Law. Recommended and sold
N this piper. and Mrs. Hall who has been visiting T. E. Castleberry, formerly of by City Pharmacy. dw

y"* $. Lewis, ,of Suwannee, was II I I Io I her brother, C. W. Rogers, left for Milmarth, and who moved to Fen- -,---

t ere' trading today. Mrs. Bertie Smith one of Jasper's (, home this morning. ," holloway last year has taken up his The Hair Hardware Company la
J t t 0 fairest flowers is a guest of Miss residence in Luraville, where he is filling its magnificent store with the

:W, IL M. Kinnon of Winter Gar-: Vivian Evans, and will remain, here]f-When you need a pill take a pill conducting a boarding house. best of goods in their line, and have

, is In the city today. several days. I and be sure it's an' Early Riser. already begun selling but their
I They are sold here by City Pharmacy shelves
are by no means fulL This
Ceo. Fc Reid, of Gainesville, was Dr. E. H. Arstro/g, the eye specialist dw SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, company proposes to carry every-

[ the city yesterday. is in the cit today stopping. at Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leaves : thing in the hardware line and they
I the Ethel. Misses Josephine Rice and Adah at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning -i will come pretty near doing it. "
1 I S j] Newman of Madison, was Mae Roberson went to Luraville this at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents

M 1 evening.. W. Austin Brown and wife, of morning to help celebrate Judge round trip. O. B. White, son of J. L. White,

Thelma are In the city today. guestsof .- .Rice's birthday tomorrow.' dIM at Brooksville yesterday The
T f Woodson of White Springs the Ethel' -\ R. McCord, formerly publisherof father went to the bedside of his son
I 1tii the
.. .!_' T. S. Duckworth and' family, of on his return from Macon, wherehe the city for a few dajs. Mr. McCordat young man, 22 years of age and a

t Xrsloe 'w.e nt to'Jasper>eson Louisiana, were here .this mornln has completed a course in the one time worked on the Democrat, nephew of R. L. and S. J. White, of

: a'visit to..her. parents. en route to Alachua.. ,. ,-' '.' Georgia-Alabama college. and Is.a well known printer throughout this city. It was intended to bring
1 g --' the state.A. the remains to Live Oak for burial,
IlIs' esale Carver went to Jasper C. ,V. Hughes went to Greenvlllj Keep on smiling and read our but it was discovered this morning

,_ day,to attend the, normal there. this morning' to look after a contract greatest magazine -and newspaper J. Legg, representing the Columbia that immediate interment was neces-
'-.; for building a new hotel there.If :lujbblng ever offered by this paper. Drug Co., of Savannah, Ga., I sary.

t [ &;W,:Rogers went to>> Jacksonville Particulars elsewhere in this. Issue. .I was Interviewing our druggists to-

,i morning on'buslne s. day. Mr. Legg is well and favorably Please Take Xotice.
Mrs H. H. Bryan, of
you want draying dcae known here and commands a
Heights, who has been visiting her The Ladies Emporium and Mrs
L.L. Townsend returned to carried to the depot, ; good trade.W. .
this morning quick, phone 123. W. N. patrunk mother at Dowling Park ,and Mrs. I Lawler's. Milinery Store have kindly
3 1r Geo. Dowling, of this city. returned H. Goodbread this morningtook taken charge of some of our toilet

T- S. Anderson went to the Mrs. E. P. Groover and daughter, home this morning. the contract for building three articles ("France-American Hygienic" -

t115: morning. Sallie are visiting relatives in brick stores for D. L. Byrd on How- ). Our patrons will please ask for
SUNDAY trains Live them when shopping at these two
over Oak
ard ,
Thomasville. Ga. street west of Suwannee. Let
Perry & Gulf Park places. Thanking in advance for
to Dowling leavesat you
-Famished and ufut- ', the good work go on. Live Oak is
rooms, address *R" li/stave Potsdamer & Bird Is.a new firm 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning -!(! growing and will continue to grow. your patronage.
> at 5:50 m.-50 ST. LUKE'S GUILD.
(leaoerat. ttCook tere to supply Florida stall-fed beefto p/ cents
z. round trip. -KODOL stomach ---- -- -
butchers in this section. Is a thorough re

i c left for Jasper and lief. It digests what you eat and WALL PAPERWhen
Fred Bremer has sold his ten ,the stomach rest and in
polnt gives assists
on business for a few Porch Lanier, of Rossburg. was
"jesterday; here today, en route to Jasper, wherehe acres of land on Ohio avenue to G. restoring it to its normal activity I in need of nice wall pa-
... W. Freeze, and the latter will erecta and usefulness. KODOL is sold on a
:'Jtuarus will spend the week. per call on H. H. PETTY at
nice cottage on the same and relief pharmacy
guaranteed plan by City -
went to Adel. Ga., this
P fag otherwise Improve It. dw CLINTON & MCEK'S MARKET.FIoEMoDookoANeCO..
thereby the Illness Mrs. Ed. Lanier arrived here this -

a [Brother.connections Owing to the uncer- morning from Lake City and is a Mrs E.1.. Cox,t of Dothan Ala, Joe Hinley went Madison today --- -
on the Sea- Stdkely. B d N
.e .rof went via Perry. guest of Mrs. who has been visiting her mother, I to attend the Walker-Coggins wedding O .

Mrs. Dr. Payne, of this city, has gone I tomorrow. Why is it that we _
J. C. Fletcher goes to Georgia this to Fort Davis, Texas, 'to join her cannot get Joe himself married off*

evening on business for a couple .of husband. i, He is a good catch, and we are sur- A PEACE OFFERING.

a R SALE days. prised that our marriageable girls allow -i
a -- --- ------
: him to run loose. iKODOL I Ii

Cols. Irs J. Carter and F. W. But- i

ler went fishing yesterday and caught When you think For Dyspepsia clears the I

1 'tID AND UNIMPROVED three snakes and a rabbit. about that fine stomach and makes the breath as '

; sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by

Miss Daisy Sanberg leaves today druggists on a guarantee relief plan. :

'ttReal Estate for Jacksonville where she will b? Watch you It conforms strictly to the National

the guest of Mrs. Jno. G. Purdon. Pure Food and Drugs T-aw. Sold by f
need thinkRADFORD'S City Pharmacy. dw.

I -Especially recomended for Piles- of

farms [Etc.H that is DeWitt's Carbolized ,Witch A crowd of young people went out ('

i Hazel Salve. Sold by City Pharmacy I horseback riding last night and be-
o dw* spotted their clothing with Su-

.. wannee county mud galore. We
sP I Io It you and best have hada
jour girl
.. would suggest that they consult the
LOST-On sidewalk near Live Oak I "misunderstanding," and
tFf o weather bureau when they most engaged
Drug Company's store, five-dollar Where you will find a couples do have them you know
i another such
YOUR an outing.
f till. Finderwill be rewarded by re- of the best thing to restore her sweet
choice assortment
I5PROPERTyI; turn of same to this office. It i j temper and your own. too. will be a
The passengers on the east bound
I the very bestWWai6lI6S box of our delicious Nunally's choco-
Seaboard train this
morning were
WITH '2.50 j lates. For who is the girl who
wagon seats new M.I
C compelled to walk nearly half a mile
7i Bailey's the for I could resist the charm of our Chocolate
US.N' Auction att.
to get their breakfasts; while, the
$1.50. Other' onJ ? They are pure wholesome .
things in j
.. I'engine cut off the train to take coal
w Be quick. tf', and delicious; and second to none In
of town. Last the
west summer
I WATCHES REPAIRED quality. There are more lovers'
papers of the State were roasting the
t 8REALTY CO. Miss Verdie Haddock entered the I' Coast Line. but that road deserved quarrels "patched up" with our can-:
I dies than with any other kind.'ZC .
Southern Business College yesterday.She J. D. RADFORD,

*"g, Room 3. will department.take the course In the shorthand -j, LIVE OAK LA. service t'cola and Jacksonville. FIOEMEI o B Book 111111 N Nis e GO.gr .


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? iir OAK D-imr DEMOCRAT .TUESDAY, R1I :as, 19@7 _

. :: V :. .-. .. FLORIDA. .{ '''I'REMARKABLE PUREFOI.A ESCAPE.. OP MRS. Live O ;k M'f' ;

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I !81"TI'
CONNacrs. wrr.H ALL TRAINS ON So A.. L. : Story of an Indian in FieriIt r .
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Rajd .. t.f'
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7'Ltf. '
WD DOw. ctTaat. I .- da. J' "M> 1 ..W' _Manuiactorers_ of_ i -

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''No.1. t N.. : .as. in Jefferson:coun 7.-JIQ: the '

DaJb K :: story ions;; In-the spring of 36. Mr. Lumb'er; Shingles, EI .clR <

:=dept' E= I Pnrefot one of Florida's early settlers -

SandQ.1 ","I : had taken a bride from South Power and TurpeI ti e..#

I Carolina the daughter of Col. Bird _
"lOAm s 30 p L Liye 45 I ; and on the banks of a beautiful Electric Lights in any part of the city furnisbei k: ::

1 1o a m t 34 p jLv I stream built his pioneer home in
I Business Houses at a reasonable rate
or very > fttgu. =
L. the "Land of Flowers.* t.
E 05 a m L8 and current formanufacturing
S56pjLv r.an;.. One day Mr. Purefoi "was called day night ? purposes.* n "
818.1D L4Lv. Wholesale'and retail Ice out of City orders :'
.__ -Krk. away on business to a' neighboring have.

aEdsm 4OS1m ._ 3.6E plantation, and the young wife be- Lion and all ,orders promptly filled. .+.0"
-"-- -- .
40 a 1P 4 19 his .
P"L W, ing somewhat oppressed during

850. m l.u"L 4: absence by th eloneliness of the spot We will give you good prices on_ : low 81'x-> J.

910 : : Lr Ible with domeS- flooring. Come and get our prices. -
9 SQ L5s kept as busy &a p !!''",

AL-' --...__ tic duties. Towards .evening, feel- -f
50 a m
-20 L; ing she threw herself across
1o-0-- P I weary
181 os their deeds of violence. of Florida, do
'LV----- .--"Sawa..- the bed and' fell asleep.. A slight ntrtfc -**
10 It a m p m '
U That Mrs Purefoi existed through ; .
noise aroused her. .She. opened her
.1020 a 18 4 III pm Lv- -- "'. that horrible night In her wounded Speciat
t1J I'A IAr' eyes and rooking up. beheld a vision a
10" a p. condition seems almost will be held In'the
'Iv ...... M In the gathering dusk that seemed to < e
to-o- LsAlt. and her experience; is but.another instance nee. State of Florid
blood In her veins. It >;
freeze; the
'IO a 1- L .-....---. -Alt;: was more like a hideous dream than'reality. among the many where fact the second day oMky.j ,.,

:;: : : .........___._.Mayo A circle of murderous': proves stranger than' fiction.. the said Thursday fceb 1
When the first flush of dawn painted -
_..... ![ Second Day <*
mLy """"" daubed with paint and yq
42 ; ages, wax
p the ski, and .the exhausted )wo, for a, Slate-f--1
Lvr--, .,.. --Saa P griming like demons stood above uf,
1127 ma49p m 1.' man felt that her' endurance had !FIorida\rom the

I"' Lv_......_....Sa1tR. 'er. their naked daggers flashing in gee
.11 IS s m'' .: p m' '.2 reached its .utmost, limit,, a sound atorial District of
: the dim tight, Before >he could ; slid
!L.. | she
-- Item-ears, which seemed .
1I 16 a m il'pml breathe posed of tha County
open ber lips or a protest ''
!L. Char >sweetest: she had 'fer heard.. The i fill the
54 a m 5 11 p ID : the blades descended 'and :she ;jay vacancy oecjgJoKtjl
fLY. JC"; voices.of. soldiers 'and the sound of \death, on the fifth day"ct i-l
fl. m 5 Z'7 P''' s.r bleeding from e'levens-wpunda.-
___ armed men sounded upon the road. lot Hon. J. F (etrliqsaid -
t$5 mLv out a doubt of the young woman'sdeath '
am p !
ILy 2.6 Scarcely able to'speak., Mrs. Purefoi | District. ..-
the Indians rushed to the rar .
U s ID 5 41 pm 3.3 parted the rushes ..fta her hand,and i In Testimony .;
IAr, P of the house. But. Mr a. Purefoi had ???,
i14: m IMp made a movement to raise herself hereunto set ny band mj'
-I the blood of heroes In her veins. If j >
from the water. She was almost Great Seal of the State to hat ]

(4) Tekraa-B'oc Telephone Stattoa. (O Flu she lost consciousness at all. It was paralized by the. sight. of a soldier Tallahassee, the cam

.Iceacy Station only .for a moment; she heard the on one inee..,'w h gun:leveled upoji 8th_ day of Ap)i1. L D. ..

BKia. Genera cr Airent. I cries of her unfortunate servant as her, ready Urflre. She threw up her (Seal) II. CLAY caj'

the savages pursued her to her
arms and her long hair fell from tier Iii

death.In fastening 'and spread put upon- the J. H. R1CKERSON,
Live Oak those days the home of the pio- Sheriff
water. When the man who had Suwannee COB .!
neer was neither luxurious nor ele-
mistaken her for a Indian saw thatit
gant. Utility was the main idea.

Railroad The floor of the Purefoi dwellingwas was a woman.he' dropped his AUS-'* : .; C. W. WILSte
ket and ran to'her rescue. }
composed of large slabs of wood.

Schedule! Effective, One of these: slabs near the bed was She was quickly lifted from the TAILOTailoring
water and received' every attention
loose, and with wonderful presenceof .
that could be had under the circumstances -
WEST BOUND tiind, Mrs. ,Purefoi thought of it done at Bobetf'ij
Fortunately there was a .
15T.CLASS "as aa avenue of escape. She knew antee store.: Prompt!
Mail A --rD.. aadl surgeon among the soldiers who
Pass ger I ., I ttat the Indians might return at any ties anarantcxd,
dressed Mrs. Purefoi's wounds and

V No.1. No.5. No.3. I : I IS"lIdaT moment andsummoning all the before many weeks she-was restored
I. Daily az I strength and courage of which she
Dai1Y. Oab Sund.a7. I I to. bealth.-Bral\entown Herald.
was ever possessed to her aid, she A LIQUID CAL
A. JoL P. JoL P. JrL : i
Lea. Leay. L.sve 1 I managed to drag herself from the

E S .8 130 240 ............_.........Live Oak_ i Northeast Australia developes very -AMD-
8 13 I 413 2 M ..............._Recky Smk. \ i bed, raise the heavy slab of wood, Farmers maize In the
s 8 18 148 SIlO ......................._Starr...... t I and lower herself through the slowly. grow COOl
822 152 307 ....-..................J .ercer....Fla.'I'" I ,1 opening old-fashioned way. The maize crop I LAXATIVE !
2 155 $15. ..._Platt.- 1 I under the,house. '
: 341 I 2 04 3 30 :::::::::::::::::::Lancaster.: :: ::: in Queeafilaad..this"vear..ls: A>ecord: F

L. 839 Ar 209Ar 340 ..................Dowling For awhye she lay there, faint'and II Canting:: pineapples is becom-
Ar 8 t5L., a 45'Lv 4 10 ............... Dowling Park breeding; then the smell of smoke cue. :

1 : 53 : ::21' : 15 17 :::::::::::::::.::::::.Chanc.y.-...Ben..._: ::::: reached her: nostrils. She knew : :Ins ;::. important Industry in Queens- ,

f 851 .61 IAr. ..................14QO i U.ad. Opal mining is growing THE
f a 800 25 ...........................Day_.... I what was taking place. The Indians i I'I'i
5 00 Lv 4O Day.... steadily.

: 06 10 56 510+ 4 446 52 ::::::::::::::::::::Towasad......S lo...;_:: :::::: ::::::: t !+ i !1 house.were She preparing could hear to set the fire to the I. .t I NEW

1 925 5 12 ..............._.........smi t .... f crackling I Almost modern is tte Persian story t
; 9 t2 5 251 5 21 ......?.........._Fenholloway30 of flames and the demonical yells of IDEA
16 6 6 00 ..............._.........P.m_... I cf tie mal whosp disagreeable
Ar10 25 IA 6 20 Ar ..............tiIiampton the savages, as they danced like dev-
A M. ; M. I P. Jt15 I I I ils around the fire. voice In reciting his prayers in the I

mosque was annoying to every one.
Inspired still by hope and youth KM all!
Tie 3tN OtrifMA
One day asked him!
MAYO AXI AL some .one how I
and the instinct of self-preservation,
much he was paid for reciting.
Mrs.\ Purefoi determined not to die Cold or a CnA i iduc aterlf
i1 "Paid! he replied. "I am not
a conaUpaUoo--tMiye
without a struggle. She crept On '
paid. I recite for the sake of Allah *. DOM and throat It&tHtrf

Frt.&F4.& P..D .PuaeD : her hands and knees to the back of I" "Then," replied the other We ajatam thr.ii ft*>*'

Pall& Pas.. 1 au get the house, and then, aided by the For tha want of mcbtin.ft*
"for Allah' sake don't! "
N.,. Na e. ;t No.l1.LNo.13. I gathering dusk, slipped into a path dry an4 hard. Neatly1i!]
Daily Daily Uada7 Swaday I .. Cr. constipating.esrctsnj
that led through the back lot, and
ex.SUILeLSUIL! Only I Only "The Great Western Railway Opiates. Kennedy I. Laud"
ran swiftly and stealthily to a'pond Tar move tha bowels e art*jKENNI
M..I P. M. A. )1.1 P. JrL I Company says the London Chroni-
Leave Leay. !; that lay at the rear of the dwelling.The '
9 10 4 40 9 40, 5 30 cle "has demolished two quaint. old
t 926 I 456 I 953 543,:::::::::::::::..... 't ::::: ::::::::: Indians, convinced of her death
} 9 W 5 061 10 Q3 5 581._........._...._ semi-detached houses and a numberof
10 00. '3i. 1015 605:...................._ were busily engaged adding fuel to ancient
ArlO 10 Ar 5 tij ArlO 25. 6 15 ..................... : the flames at the front of the house. cottages at. Newbury pre- UXJJlHONEYS!
paratory to building a new st UolL
S Regular stop. Connection made Pursued by the thought of tor
contractor has sold some thous-
from Live Oa, and Perry. For in ture, and willing to accept almostany
and of the old tjg for shipment to
other lines 'phone or call on General fate rather than fall Into the t'3
America, there tQ> beaused In erecting _-
ling Building Live hands of the Mrs. Purefoi
Oak. savages
'old world' houses. '>. < I Relieves Colds r [|
,, THOS. DOW LING, President. waded into the lake until the water of the system lkro {a s **!

rose to her ttfmat. Standing in a the bowels,
Of the noise of London streets m Coughs *;'
spot where the rushes and water Relieve
caused by the hackney coach, Taylor atrengthenlrg the t
TO plants grew thickly around her head,
the old water 'poet, wrote; 'It the th OLt.ehedkag"'
she was effectually concealed.
1 makes "such a hideous rumbling in r'or crowp. wkoopat
Thus through all the remaining BirsclrJbA
the streets Iplaaasa
by many churches' doors ,
hours of that terrible night, the that Cold*, .Lang sad }3sasd''+l
ears are stopped with
young woman stood in the water, remedy U qoil to
t the noise, whereby they are debarred 157 and Tu. Chllaso !
and it was probably due to this fact
of their..edifying which
makes faith
that she owed her life, as the cold Put u hi ISo SOS e-'IM <
so fruitless good works so barren, rmtorv of fc O.DeWJtt
water no doubt, checked the bleedIng -
and charity as cold at midsummer as
t of her many wounds. At times, SoldbyGty
if it were a great frost. By this
feeling but partly conscious, and almost -
means souls are robbed and starved
via as if she was passing throughthe '
of their heavenly manna."
stages of some fearful dream
she watched the heavy -hours drag FOLEY
With an extraordinary
outlay of
Atlantic slowly by; the red light of the fire,
as the flames consumed her little about $150 in gold coin, Dell Scully

cornered the jewsharp
market here
dwelling, played fantastically over
yesterday, buying the last 500 of
the dark surface of the lake.

People all over Florida, se To her aching vision the crimson existence.those instruments These known he distributed to be in HOtJEYANB

light upon the waters gave them the
ple Folder" for schsdales to the broadcast among the youngsters of
flow of blood, and the long, dark

daily trains each with moss that hung pendant from the *the town of and among the relic bun The origiLAXATIVE

way, trees looked like funeral banners. ers maturer age, and the testive

twang of the hideous things
Water snakes and other was
cars. denizens of heard co- .
on all corners last night to the
'he pond now and then
Season sixty days and a ripple discomfiture of all the cats and
near at band, and the frogs unceasingly dogsin For coughs, 4Od'

on sale daily from April 10th to uttered a solemn chant Astorian.Astoria' Christendom-From the troubles. No opiate sJiI .
Good for everybody.FOLEVS '
from the bank.
Coach excursions at very low e
The Bent
For further information When the house was almost co rf. .' NOTICE OF ELECTIOX.: HO\&Yaa'

.. sumed, and the Indians
could fl mid To,the Sheriff o'f Suwannee %Yellowpackage. $
or: write Frank C. County
Boylston nothing further on the premises to State of Florida "" Preps red d

lantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, next destroy, they hastened away to th:L .Know > That I. H. Clay Crawford .Pole, a. COla. l
eager to continue Secretary of '- .
State Pf
t of the State City. :T

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.. "" ,1.IVJi OAK DAILY DSiO T. ,TUESDAY; Apnmisa, 18U7.FABOARD i
.. .. .' .
d .
illlllllllMllllllllllliH. :ODDS AND ENDS. -- '- -"'[

.t The velocipede invented by UNION & WEEKSWholesale The Extra Specials =

Drais in 1817.
I .. 't.- in Spring Sack _

Doing Business Again *

"When my friends thought 1 was' Suits For MenI

Airline Railway. about to take leave of this world on
and RetailDealersinFlori
account of Indigestion, nervousnessand -
;tro 'Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, general debility," writes A. A.Chlsholm. and Young Menat

Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Treadwell. N. Y., "and
L Philadelphia and New York. when It looked as if there was no $15, $18 and
hope left, I was persuaded to try

, & ELEGflNT TIt INS DOILY\ Electric Bitters; and I rejoice, to say da WesternMEATS $20.that
THRE that they are curing me.. I am now and !I I .

doing business again as of old we are offering this week must
f Seaboard Florida Limited and am still gaining dally. Best convince every man! who examines

f tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby them that are without exception

; Seaboard Express .Seaboard Mail Barclay _& Groover, druggists. ( tho greatest they values ever sold at these

Price, 50c. _, dw popular prices.

' ; Modern r Pullman : Coal oil was as an s

r j e Seaboard Florida .:Limited', In 1S26. Phone 24.

; Th only Daily SoW Pullman Electric'Lighted Train be- Good Judgement **

}i een St. Augustine, Jacksonville and New York: ,, via Rich is the essential characteristic of men Promdt deliveries I

mond'and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M.,, and woman. Invaluable to good

Jacksonville 12:40 P. ,M. daily including Sundays business men and necessary to house-
and w\ves. A woman shows good Judge- anywhere in the

. ment when she buya White's Cream

Jhe' Jamestown. Exposition Line Vermifuge for her baby. The best I
worm medicine ever offered to mothers jDity.

, NORROUK. vOnfr /\.. Many indeed are the sensible _
__ i i mothers, who write expressing their '\ "
Jme operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville New gratitude for the good health of their much longer in office consols will be -
Orleans.\ For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any given away as premiums with a
children, which thejjowe to the use
Seaboard or ,
pound of tea.
s:C, :JOYLSTO JlU. Aast. Genl..Pass.Agent, Jacksonville Fla. of White's Cream Vermifuge. Soldby I
Suwannee Drug Co. dw t
3.i4jtHttIteIIItIItt$+eI+++IIte (liii .4+4 1141141i + -Mr.: S. L. Bowen, of WayneV..

Steel needles were first made in Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from

i I';...., . . . . . . . . . England in 1 )5. Kidney disease, so that at times I
a+t l' could not get out of bed,.and whenI

f OUR SAYINGS DAPARTMENT Why did, I could not stand straight. I

took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol-
have a tortid liver when Heroine the
restricted in the of its ? lar bottle and part of the second ,
is not -scope patronage. It is only liver reguator will help you
broad enough to accommodate all and. There is no reason why you should cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney
,'. Cure works wonders where othersare
suffer.from Dyspepsia Constipation,
HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: .. '. Chills and Fever or any liver com- total failures. City Pharmacy -
plaints, when Herbine will cure you.F. .
L-The young folks with their small savings
C. Waite, Westville, Fla.. writes:
'f' 2r-The bread,inner striving to accumulate a fund "I was sick for a month with chills Marie Fassnauer. the giantess, has

fl to procure a home, or competency for old age. and fever, and after,taking two bot- arrived in London. She is eight feet .. ....

1 S.-The"well-to-do. for the convenience. afforded and tles of Herbine, am.,well and health in height, 150 inches around the

i- the,income provided., > ,.." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company chest and weights 343 pounds. The t

;. (.Those with| idle!funds awaiting! other: }investment.m dw* Evening Standard expresses a hope
that she is not a suffagette. .

: fIRST NATIONAL BANK, Lire, Oak, Florida i The first pair,of- spectacles was n wt-
1299. This May Interest You CLOTHING _
made by an Italian in _esa__C_ *'
No one is immune from Kidney i
An Insidious:DanKer trouble, so just remember that
.1 Suit for business or dress that, will
One of the worst features of kidney Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir- look and fit as If made to measure,

; trouble is that 1C Is an insidious regularies and cure any case of kid- then, you shouldn't fail to come and

disease and before the victim realizeshis ney and bladder trouble that is not see these three After Easter specialsin

danger he may have a fatal mala beyond the ,reach of medicine. City :the noted

dy. Takte Foley's Kidney Cure at the Pharmacy. dw
first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities MICaAELS-STEBN
and prevents Bright's German capitalists have estab-

disease and diabetes. City Pharmacy lished a glass factory at Poshan,
ts sio sa+rss dw Chlan, a town on the TsingtauChinanfu -
.1 .,
Railway a sugar refinery at You will find the style and quality
The Times of India reports the Tsingtau, of which the daily output
the finish and the fit of the suits of
ForSiclLiversA.PURELY completion of a crematorium for Eu- will be 200 tons requiring 80,000 your size at every price, precisely as

ropeans at Calcutta; which is the tons of raw sugar annually; also a you want th m. Details: i '
< fist established east'of Suez. factory.
a soap
VEGETABLE single and double-

Tlie New Pure Food and Drug Law. Don't Put off + At $15 breasted Sack Suits
COMPOUND i in all the approved
We are pleased to announce thatFoley's
for tomorrow what you can do to-! Spring styles and fab
and Tar for
g day. If off buying bottle rlc-effects--gray and brown-toned
put a
uUlLKLl. 'LUKcN si A,MALARIA.CHILLS and colds and lung troubles is not affect- I
ALL UVER ,COMPLAINTS.A ed by the National Pure Food and.of Ballard's Snow liniment,. when worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots and
GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by that pain comes you won't have any, tweeds--coustom-tailored and finished -
Drug law as it contains no opiates or
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle purtuad buy a bottle today. A positive cure equal to $30 to order- .
tick tomorrow. other harmful drugs, and we recom-
.today may MT you* spill for Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, mad suits, for your
..., mend it as a safe remedy for children selee$15
sf Sprains, Contracted Muscles, etc., T tion at only "
,CURED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER and adults. City Pharmacy dw S. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark.,

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED writes: "I wish to thank you for all tho advanced

Mr.. W.. A. Whltnrtll, Emory, TeL. Seventy-two horse racing clubs the good results I received from At $18 styles in smart sin- 1'
writes: "My child bad chills and fever bave been organized in Japan. Mostof Snow Liniment. It positively curedme gle and doublebrestted :
for fan years. We tried all kind of them, the Japan Mail says were cut; strictly hand
of Rheumatism after others had
medicine,and haD,&II acqmslnUnce of established for gambling purposes tailored throughout and made of excellent '4 '
mine secommeixded Herbine. W. used failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug
_* m three bottles, and the child U now com only. Company dw worsteds cheviots, cassimeresand J
Y fcletery cured. You have my permiuioa I tweeds in beautiful patters of .
r to publish this testimonial as I cheer-: Bitten by a Spider. newest color effects-precisely like ij
The Hindoos have their Hull,
all mother
recemmtad Babble to .
the $3 5 tomeasuremadesuits 1
-t: haviag childrea afflicted a*mine." Through blood poisoning causedby I March 31. a day on which they play
LUiuZ UnL i. 'sea GET TBS GWU1WMIURD'SNOW a spider bite, John Washington, pranks similar to those in vogue hereon here in all styles at $18 ;l
LINIMENT CO. of Boaqueville, Tex., would have lost I I April 1. They send persons with only. :J t
Lis leg which became a mass of '
messages to fictitious individuals or the finest specimens
running sores, had he not been persuaded to those sure to be away from home, of high class tailoring

to t ry Bucklen's Arnica and enjoy a laugh at their dl5&P-1 in all the smart

SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Salve. He writes: "The first ap- pointment. I styles and exclusive

plication relieved, and four boxes suitings of finest quality-imported
Drug Company.PROCLAMATION' healed all the sores." Heals every Jury L1 t. and domestic worsteds, cheviots, ser

sore. 25c at Barclay & Groover Following is the jury list for the ges and ca.ss1meres-the counterpartin
YoJrs I druggists. dw term of Circuit Court detail of $40 to-
man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to I May : every
Sa' hereby given that at the W. M. Cason, Peter Odom C. measure-made suits, special
Geaerai .: fill unexpired teem, caused by re- The Tokio Nichi Nichi remarks I'I I $20't"
City Election ,of the Murphy. S. W. Kennedy, R. W. for this week only .
si LI,. moval from Wards and resignation "one for an American
Oak, Sunannee County. that days pay gram, H. J. Green L. M. Ballentine
**.to be held on the first Tues1Iay. ot Incumbents. workman in San Francisco repre- W. H. Ezell. J. R. Mills, J. W. LIp- SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS AT

: A. 0lm, 'Lat the Given un'aer my hand and seal sents a fair monthly stipend for a sey J. J. Lewis C. A. Knight G. T. $2.50 TO $7.50
o\Chamber, and In manner and the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907. Japanese. }Meeks J. T. Mathls, S. E. Pinkham.
.* Every suit at every price built of
prescribed by law, the fol"inlcipal .(Seal) M. E. BROOME, Samuel Platt C. B. Olliff J. C. Pink-
carefully reelected materials tall-
How to -\Appendicitis
officers of said ham S. A. Richardson S. E. Newman -
Mayor City of Live Oak,
att o.ed by specialists to resist wear,
to be. vote: for and elect, Suwannee County. Florida. Most victims of appendicitis are W. H. Lamb, J. I. Kirkland, C.
keep their shape and fit perfectly in
Mayor a Clerk'Treasurer Attest: those who are habitually constipated. B. Haynes, J. W. Hobbs. J. J. Sum-
size Norfolk
every doublebreasted -
,.. ,i IlUed by same person; S. P. MAYS, Clerk, Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures ner, A. E. Taylor. W. H. Cameron and single-breasted Sack, and

Jjoltector; a Marshal and Live Oak, Florida. chronic constipation by stimulatingthe D. Richardson, X H. Green. L. C. dainty creations in plain and fancy
.' D ***, filled by same i3erd liver and bowels and restores the Lanier Brantley Padgett W. D. StlnI -
-Il1 I fabrics for little men of 3 to S
jn Alderman natural action of the bowels. Orino J. D. Parnell, W. E. Harrell, J
from Ward *< II son
; a' 11 i i IH H I M H **iH I years.
efm'H'i.froD1 Ward No. Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- S. Poucher J. T. Neeley.

from.Ward_No, 3; : : DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; seate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant

.. : .cW rd, 'ray a 4; to take. Refuse substitutes SUNDAY trains, over Live Dak.
f grn Ward No.. 5; an ij" VETERINARY jj City Pharmacy dw Perry & Gulf to Dowllng Park, leaves : BUTLER BROSi"MENS'

'Yo'tit-the' 8:00 .-and- 1:30 '
lti :at Large; ; at a. m.. p.m. re-
'I Solicits your .patronage-Office
't1f1l\f steer. to m ex- at residence;-Phone (rings) 143i The London Globe expresses the turning at 5:50 p. m.-50( cents

.s._: A. Hardee, Alder I III1IIIIII mi- mi ii >'!w opinion that if the Liberals remain round trip. | OUTFITTERS"At$2fl i


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I In Ipo6 North Dakota Passed a. P. f.4

Paint Law t4

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J Of,the Paints which were found on sale in North Dakota, on being analyzed by the Government experiment,

tion, not required to be Tabled as to composition, in other words, made from .the statuary pigments, lead and zinc .

tl p ire tinting colors, taking into consideration the percentage of lead, the capacity of the can and, the .weight per g

there were only five brands of Paint that met the requirments of the law. DEVOE LEAD AND ZINC being one

these and the only one manufactured East of the Mississippi River. Many of the Paints found on sale were

I measure and adulterated. Short measure ran as high as 14 per cent; amount of water; 24 per .cent; inert materials* ft.,

per cent. '

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Prospective paint buyers should be sure of getting the "real thing" chemical analysis; are made only of0 Any one wishing tan discos the p &

be on their guard when purchasing call for DEVOE LEAD AND ZINC. 4>ure white lead pure white zinc business we are only toy glad to Muf

paints. A paint with only 10 per the bulletin from North Daketttai!
It has stood the tests of the chemists pure linseed. oil. pure turpentine'- .
cent adulteration is 10 per cent discussal with him. We carry*tom'

thrown away. On a $50 Job it would. cf North Dakota. Devoe's Paints are er, pure tinting colors and. nothing .line' of_ DeYOe Paints IB stock and It-. i 3

mean $5. In purchasing paints to strictly pure and are sold subject to else and are strictly full measure. bottom prices. ,t

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Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society, twoken and what you seek is never only give them a little corn to pe S:1 cases, but that it "is also. .an I now so ably f)a. Tile
Presbyterian Church. soken. If we forget, then we-ve for- harden and wj ten the fat. In Florida I&dmiratj"ISprtng tonI ." and.exact schools flf Dadiaaio

Program rendered at.the April gotten; but things we wet are never there are .the same means of ly what many_people need *\ this te due to his iearfifis jsefforts.

4 meeting held this afternoon. wotten, and houses let can not be raising hogs as"have been forced up- eaon of the,-year. r'Most,successful .'

i-1 "Africa the Dark Continent by lotten. The goods one sells are always on the westerners by the high price I re3utts.are, said"' "to fellow the use'oft He is a. member of ifs

Mrs. Bache. sold; but fears dispelled are of corn-witlx thls advantage that ? }r
q "Three Pioneers in Africa," by not dispoled, and what you smell is the hogs can root chufas artichokesand I administered three times a which het kegs*

Mrs. Lee Bird. never smoled. When Juvnile, a top peanuts out of the ground- down i day. The prescription.. which, aay urday to prepare the prognti
t "Home Life in Africa" by Mrs. I you spun but did you see a grin e'er here all w inler,'whereas it'is frozen good pharmacist can ,
pat up, contains annual meeting:of tte use
Nellie Airth. : shun, or a potato neatly skun? too hard up that way for about four nothing .in.- the." least;. degree\ Marianaa Xtecemte.,

"The Story of our Congo Mission," months every ..season. : I harmful and'would_ seem to be well next

by Mrs. 'Kimmons. Grievances. It still remains true as the Times .worth a triaL: LEGALXOTICt .

"Paul the Apostle of the Kikon- repeatedly has declared, that
(From the New York Press.) I a marketable To Emma L ParsUey.9
goes." by Mrs. Blackburn. When I get enough money in one hog can be produced In routb; I The Prussian and Bavarian author- of and for the estate of&
, Items of interest by members. I Florida for about half the money it !ities are Parshley deceased. H. 1.
experimenting with
I pile I shall start a weekly or daily a systemof
S.d Suwannee Co
costs in Illinois
or Iowa and. this wireless
magazine to be entitled Grievances. telegraph JSisnaJs
.fqr and to,all person bS*
Georgia Suicide. the beast will bring just as much money railroads which Is l aito promisegood
Imagine possibilities. Every man I or having liens upon tit g&
Washington Ga., April 22.-L, L. here there. dollar
woman and child has a grievance.Our as Every for results. An aerial transmitterwire this notice descrIbedGYou
Blackmond. retired business man of population will soon be 100- which a hog Is sold for in Floridais is carried on the telegraph and each of yoairtte

Hyde. Ga., eight miles from this half profit or more. Dressed hogs stations in the quired to appear in$nr(rat
signal bell
000,000.ow, if every one with a towers anda the Court la &
place, was foupd dead in bed by his of suitable size for local butchers wire
;grievance will send me a subscriptionof loop antenna is placed on the Florida on the 3rd day of ft*
wife this morning, when she returned 12 cents a year for Grievances, : are selling in Tampa at $8 to $9 per top of one of the cars of the train. In that certain cause jterti-

from a neighbor's house. He had and will submit a grievance, our ;hundred, and there is no easier mon- By this means signals.to: "stop," "go of Live Oak Florida! topetfa.
shot himself through the head. Ill ey on the face .of the earth than ahead," "go you are respondents U4.1 sis
circulation might get up into billions. slow and so on, can u3&
5 health and despondency are given as to the who sought to condemn
comes man breeds the
5-- transmitted
We the to to moving
VS the can give profits charity. trains overa for public use as a street-
V causes. We may be able to qualify for mem hogs that find their way to the Tam- distance of seven and'a half miles: ing described piece a&d TF& I

bership in the Mutual Admiration pa butcher shops.-Tampa Times. lying and being situate II
DO IT NOW County, Florida to-wlt
Society of Rockefeller and Carnegiein Executes Notice eatk
The difference Unwritten Beginning at a point
between Law
failure is success and Tle Disbursements of Stolen Billions Legatees, dlstricutees, creditor*. boundary line of Ohio A""
the difference between or something of that kind. St. Louis April 22.-Fifty-three andall other persons having claims City of Live Oak Florid.**

hesitation and action. He or she Grievances will make'a big hit. We men out of a venire of 100 summoned or demands against the estate of L. polite the northern
who fails to act upon the of the K. of Wilbur Street as It 1I fI.
spur will let every subscriber take a profit for trial of Policeman Michael J. Kimmerlin, deceased, late of Su- of ObID!
moment who procrastinates the western side
lingers, loses the and certificate and have one say a IcNamara charged with killing his wannee County Florida will present I. run from thence at right

wholeheartednessof week. Great scheme! wife and John J. Brophy, her para- the same to me duly proven within i Ohio Avenue eastward W*.
successful effort.Procrastination .
mour, on August 23, 1906 were ex- one year from the first insertion of White Street In Wbite'si **
is thief of time. It I i, the Live Oak, JW*
Card of Thanks. cused today by Circuit Judge Sale this notice. ors this notice will be1 City of *
is more than thief. It is south along the wetter.line
a wanton I
after they had sworn they believedin pleaded In bar of allowance of '
liar. It prates and persuades of To the friends who have been so the of said White
"to !
the "unwritten law." Each of the same out of the funds of said estate. i feet, thence west para.1el
morrow. It despises the excellenceof cird to me in my recent bereavement I
fifty-three said he would refuse'to W. J. HILLMAN, !I first boundary lineYb Off..wI
the now. It is both I Desire to sincere thanks &
liar and express my
to thence
Executor Ohio
for ,
vote conviction if the "unwritten ? the last Will and Testa-
robber. and appreciation. In Live Oak, where the eastern boundary .
law" was pleaded in McNamara's ment of L. K. Kimmerlin.i "
Whatever the hand findeth to do, bands were so ready and willing to defense. !i __ __ Avenue, fifty 50) feet
do with thy might and DO IT NOW. extend aid during my husband's JI1- beginning; excepting
I j County Superintendent R. E. Hall, ofi (3) feet deep across tlt
No wis the nick of time. All successful ness; on the railroad, where every Parshteyftw
Gentle Spring. i i Dade County. part of the
work must not only be courtesy and consideration was extended !i : ground as now enclosed *

worthy, but Instant. by sympathizing friends and It is within the range of possibility ;:I Mr. R. E. Hall, superintendent of iron fence enclosing the 0

Hesitation 'takes from action the in Palatka, where acuaintances by that a connection may after a while schools of Dade county, after spend- which Is included 1rifIJ

fine edge of endeavor, the fine flush act and word, endeavored to make be drawn between what some peopled ing a few days in Live Oak on his description.And sad!I
of enthusiasm. Don't wait. Don't my sorrow the less keen-to one an call "Spring fever" (meaning thereby return from the Superintendents why the you samt-wil should s* ,

postpone. Whatever you doDO ail I beg to thus publicly acknowledge that sensation of nothing wrong in Convention at Tallahassee, left for for the uses and purpose*

IT NOW.-St. Petersburg In my great appreciation of their particular but that all is not Just his home at Miami this morning the Petition. -r else yogi

dependent. kidnness. MRS. W. B. HAML1N. right) and that very prevalent malady While in the city he was the guest of barred. I
his Witness>' Hon.-Pa*?
dyspepsia. At brother-in-law
any rate phy Chas. Rogers, CircJUrwannee
Judge oihe
How's This? Corn Xot Xecessary. sicians who have used prescription his wife remaining with her brother'" Coun>" Flcr.Wa- ?

composed of Vi oz. Fluid Extract of during his absence at Tallabassee W. Bryson. its clerk sad I
who swims !
A boy may say he's Up in the northwest where the
Buchu, 1 Bulso and said court. the coUrt
oz. Mixture % oz. accompanying him home. at
swum; but milk that is skimmed is bog first came into his kingdom corn Oak. County
Fluid Extract Gentian Compound Mr. Hall is one of the Suwannee .Iii
seldom skum and nails you trim, has gone so high in price that they and men of Florida. rising young 15th day of April A. J), I
they are not trum. When words you have to be sparing of it. They raise 15 ozs. water in treating"dyspepsia He Is a native (Seal) J. 'fl.>

speak those words are spoken; but hogs to maturity on green and soft have found that the medicine is not Floridian hors In Wakulla county I Clerk Circuit Court. ,e
by application to tyr Florida.
.a'nose is tweaked and can't be- feeds vines and vegetables mostly, only wonderfully efficacious In dys- ted himself well for the study has flV CARTER &; COLLL'y .':3: I

: position he j I Attorneys for PetitfcB !