Live Oak daily Democrat

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Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Evening Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 3, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
General Note:
Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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1 1pel Special Ordera for Farmers BUST With,Crops and Took

_i's pill for Protection Little Interest,in the.:Election-Official -

M Frtflonen'!' Passed Canvass Not Yet )Made '
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1-- Both .
houses In the senatorial, election held in

moons yesterday .to dish 4 this county yesterday to elect a successor -

t portion of the immense: to'fill, out thepnexpired' termo

wished business, which ( Newlan, deceased. ,Col. j.. -
.....a elated daring the five B. Johnson of uilii' city was .;
f I.tU leadon. ;The senate elected by a small but safe majority

.,ia the morning, ,contained over Hon. W. A. Tison of Wellborn..

.o page and the house call \ At noon today the Democrat had a
: 3 received unofficial returns from 15

. .robber of important mat-
'considered and one or two son 234 and Tison 179 votes. The

.4it e by one house or the other. :( two precincts to hear from will make

|M BO Incidents of Intense in- very little change In Johnson's ma-

, ger local or general. The .rHi.1 jority as alight vote will be polled.

t u executive session In J. The, vote throughout the county

j9BS, but none of the pro- ": has been very light. The farmers

'ydfad close ddoors, which took ,little or no interest as they were

V brief, were made' public. i busy with their- crops _
senate the three special I The following is the unofficial vote -

ir tile morning were passed so far as heard from:
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0 this moaning, when theyladdered. S S.'k Johnson. Tison.

These special areuciri .', 'Live Oak . 94 45
franchise tax bill. Mr. : '
.s : '\ Union . 5 7
'for an extentke -
1 Ml providing Clayland . . 13 16
state capitol building, Luraville . _-.*. 1Q 'U

juf bin for the erection of Branford .. ?. .TT9.".*xv. 1:

It tafldiag for the supremeHotter Leona .. . :;!/w 4' 1 1
state i
.Padlock 'f ?sj:9 4 ';
| bills were disposed Houston- .".,- ,.!??;J i,.' 9Weljborn 5
mate. Mr. Trammell's *
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rate of twenty-fire -. "* ,
ptxkmm Mlddleton t. ,'-#.'_. '! *
('tofett U&jwords, and two ...' $uwaaaeel$( .. ,Ie; i, 1

r Bitty a vote of 25 to 6, t :: : '
, Plnegrove .4 .:. .' 16, 19
Crane with
Mr. O'Brien ,., ._",. ..', ,10:; 18ANTIBUCKET
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tag penalty it Burlington .. : ..- :.-.t -
for failvr to deliver mesa -5- 1J: Plnemuu., ;, ,,,.' .
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pmtor NeeL :There was llt- } '?1. idJlw T, "" "
Totals ... .," 234. ,11, .. 'l. ,
Oter-the Crane meas- !t 1 1 1'=
e*. 4erable' debate'on the The canvassing boards win .ioweL>

bHL The senator from the COTTON. CROP DIS..STEf':1;; ,it WAR IS 1l\"E\'ITA L&'i'u.1 JI BLISS RENOMINATED. this! afternoon. and canvass. the 're _ydturns.
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to defense of his measure 1 I 1- 1 r ,
.ended by .Senators Cone Third Planting Necessary in Parts'ofLouisiana. Shaw Saysr itI Will* (lnntml od}1 Defeats Walker Ingraham In Second Later-All returns are now in. .

tie latter arraigning cor- Pacific.r" ?'! Primary. Hickory Sink and Burlington both ,
gave Tison small JohnI
Worcheeter, Mass., May 2.= In.pct majorities; -
New Orleans May 2.-A third Pensacola May 2.-From all In-
son's majority will all in is
opposed by Mr. Crane, who planting of cotton will be necessaryIn speech at the. ; thirty-second annual dications Charles H. Bliss .has been precincts
I would raise telegraph tolls banquet ot the 'Worchetter'Board of -
Lincoln county Louisiana, on account relected mayor of Pensacola over
a; Mr. Broome, Mr.t .of, the unseasonable weather. Trade tonight.:Leslie M. Shaw, form Walker Ingraham by a small major

Mr.Harris, who called Overflows caused by heavy rains are secretary of the treasury declared ity. Although the vote has not been SHOP BILL. -

to the chair, and he. the cause of the:latest disaster to the that' war for. the control of the Pact-completed at this hour three of the .

tab from the floor crop. The farmer's one ray of hope fieocean was inevitable. "I do not four precincts have been completed, ,, DIXIE r ,FLYER WRECKED. .

measure, which he de1 in., some measures. drowned out the wish to pose as' a prophet" he said, which give the mayor a majority of "

i prompted by prejudice .boll, weevil. "but some day as.sure. as Anglo- 22 over his' opponent while in precinct 'Xf-po"Uelper Killed But No Passengers -
tOoas. An Important Gloster, Miss:,. also reports that a Saxon blood runs red there Is to be No. 12 he is in the lead.. His. :: Injured.

the senate was one new"_planting. of cotton will be necessary an awful war. There are two nations vote over Ingraham wilt''rObably' ,be :.Atlanta Ga.,May 2.-A special to
I sy bit Adams, providing : In both sections complaintsare that can contest for the Pacific and about fifty, much closer than' was the Journal" from Griffin, Ga., says a
r care. will be settled at an awful
maintenance and war :
this afternoon.
made that seed is very scarce anticipated the Dixie Flyer a fast train from St.

>'tapectioa. rules for re- and high priced.NEXCITEMENT cost. _._---'- Sol Cahn has been reelected alder Augustine Fla.. te Chicago was '
controi of county prier from precinct No. 12, while indications
Coldest April Recorded in Last man : wrecked at Orchard Hill on the Cen-
of their discharge, AT JAMESTOWN. Twenty-Six Years. point to the defeat of Ald- tral of Georgia, 7: miles south of that

i of county Jails, which i S Washington D. C., May 2.-According erman Marzonl by W. L. Moyer, bya point. No passengers were injuredbut
>Prevent abuses which large majority. The result of the a helper in the car
Great Racing Contest Between to the weather bureau rec- negro express
fats tie county convict special primary which. was also held
was killed and two messengers -
American and British Crews ords, the month just closed was the express
Rate from time toa's today cannot be reported tonight -
Saturday. coldest April in the last twenty-six were injured neither fatally.
bill ,amending Norfolk May. 2.-Next Saturday years, and within a degree of the owing to the many offices to be voted The wreck was caused by an open
Rws., Nras1 t' Indefinitely for and the fact that many were can-
The switch. The locomotive,and two cars
will be one of the most attractive coldest April ever
didates for 'the positions. The election switch the of the
passed the but rest
days at the Jamestown Expositionfor month was characterized by a succession
passed off with little disorder derailed. Fire started in
eoase. the navy crowd as it has been of cold spells which swept I was
-4 between the sailors southeastward over the northeast but much interest was manifestedand the wreck but was quickly controlled.A } ,
set apart for races
the lone socialist 1 a heavy vote was polled Y
*; of the British and American Rocky Mountain slope and gradually "
was successful In ,
1 Moptloa of ships now stationed off the expo lI spread southward and eastward over: ,
two import- I tion. About $40,000 Is :already, the entire country east of the Rocky Allegations of.Attempted Bribery In --
resolutions is the The cold was almost Dr. A. I). Puterbaugh Has Been Appointed
placed on the event. The races Mountains. Arkansas.
l eoncreS to call a Member Board Public
t Propose will take place at 2:30 o'clock In the continuous except for brief Intervalsof I Little Rock, Ark, May 2.-The re-

"Mutation amendment* afternoon and will be between,twelve, a, day or so warmer weather, and port of the committee to the More- Instruction.

for ike proriding ,oared gigs. Is closes with the remarkably low Hear tsill' anti-bucket shop bill has Dr. A. Putertaugh, a prominent .

fictionpf6eenLthe ,' .y- temperature;: .in the interior valleys been submitted to the legislature and citizen of Branford: ,'has been appoint- j

tit T'' lnco peple, Lion,, increasing the salaries of the and the. southwest.San while censuring Chief Clerk Lucas, ed by' Governor Broward:.a member
and in- cabinet officers the state from$,500 Antonio. Texas. May 2.-The .
of the house for alleged carelessness, of the' Board of Public' Instruction. t
the numerouseseeozi ,'to $3.000 a year which was amended average temperature today was .the does not fix the responsibility for the for this 'County to fill the nnexplred ,. :

5t resolution is to Include the adjutant general at lowest for April 30 recorded by the alleged tampering with the bill. That term of M. A. Adams who recently :-

mew Spoil incomes $3.000 and ,the state chemist'at' Federal weather bureau In the twen Chief Clerk Lucas bad been approached removed Id Day Lafayette county.

blo WOuld tend to secure $%,500 a year A bill by Mr. Eight. ty-one years of its operation iere. by an unknown man and asked If This' appointment will give general ;

stribation of Citrus, also passed to third reading The average temperature was 58,,six there was any chance of "losing" the satisfaction. It is doubtful if a

Mr.. PetUt fixing the.salary of the state degrees bejojw'that of April 30. 19V3V 'Awls anti-racing bill, and at another etter :selection c' ould- have been i: a

tad the Proposition auditor, at $2,500 a year and of the .' which then established the record. time received an unsigned note 'asking .made. 'J sntAd.tb ,

"eensumed but assistant auditor at $2,250.Part The lowest temperature today how if the bill- could be "lost" for Dr. Pnterbaugh is one of the best, -

ni either. There I of the morning and most of ever reached 45.. one degree above $20,000' was asserted today. Mr. posted men we have on county f4.' <

resolu111 the afternoon in,the house was !spent the minimum 'temperature of April Lucas when seen tonight said that he airs, takes a deep interest ,In -ou-,

____ s pposi- .. in rather an acrimonious debate .upon : 30. 1903. did not consider either incidentwgrthY public schools, and his services' on

tbequesUonssed }fr.=.Carter's bill requiring candidates. of.attention on account of the board.will be of value to.the en-, ,
Admission to the bar to % z- of'levy;op'posiug its also Mn MatVhew : authority tire'dounty. '
,_ tgbdcat@jthat
f g { of'Marten.' A motion to I&deihnitely pot4 ing, .: :
o-thlrd amlned by the.IUPif'gm' onrt..14ess;' i lost-17 to cpuld.-ba ,tsce4 and the strange re # .I' .
It was
'f ared y'A / Hatter and Farris cbpruDioping, the'bill b1t pone mark: was not k@'n'SS ri taii.f' t"Subscribe: for the Dally'-Dewwcrat. ea; '3i11 ;
ueand taza- and Mr.. Calkins' and Mr.Wlllis, u. -.-* r.1 -.:-_ $s7lrSS L I .i.n .1 ,
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Physician and Surgeon.Office .

HZD2QXYCoss. : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue
w Residency at Ethel Hotel PERRY FLA.
Phone-Office.No.168. ,
M'.bii..s. W don tt q ....... Residence.Noe.23 or 168. , rt.Ir-t1 the
,g. s1.t.ur .Tourmou srrs..a sa.aaas.w Drua Store Barclay: &Groover No.16. I
P.Lad.d., Don't watt t1RLCgLlali \ feel sure we can give you the 1 j, ON
is a b.w. at w.a" c
*-.srp.ta ,iooi large 1 1,3 BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There is an I
M.E. added stiffness and a glorious gloss MAY 6TH.
put upon our work that enhances the
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of:'f .
your linen. Bring your Shirts, Collars -
Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and
' Will practice in all the courts at the State.Collectionof Special Fancy Vests, Wash Ties etc., to our Come one and all and enjoy your-
attention given to Conveyances.
: (ijBrokerage & Commission Co. Etc. All buBinesa promptly attended Laundry and you will have them I selves. Music furnished by the Su-
L.utGs.I quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory -
Nov PUBLIC STATE AT I wannee Brass Band. Don't miss
manner at a satisfactory
l-rv price.. hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re

l wr I L.M.. DIXON, 1---- ,I freshments.ED. DAVIS. Gen. Mgr.B. .
[[ mllr RECOMMEND[
I DENTIST.ORTOL'ONTIA Live Oak Steam Laundry. J. MADISON President..
Music Teacher

II Are m hos I[ Of IIM 8Ioieslin wCountyr C U l i I WATCHMAKER 35 year's experienceGood AND JEWELER i iI I, Ohio have avenue.opened In up the a White barber build-shopon

11 stock of Watches always on hand. AND TAR ing and solicit the patronage of the

7 TOeerhasn't them, just tell him to. call, up 'Phone white people. Shop is newly fitted
them L.E.ROBERSON. A.B SMALL up and everything kept neat and
you. Don't let him. give you some- i
':.1 d. If he insists in doing so you had best trade !-DOBERSON & SMALL, The original clean.
JK, McQueen & Griffin.J.
.ATTORNEYS--AT--LAW.. LAXATIVE cough remedy. .

For coughs, colds throat and lung F. WEBBPAPER
tf f Flour we have sold since January 15th. Will do general practice State and troubles. No opiates. Xon-alcobolic..
Good for every body. Sold every where. HANGER and DECORATORWill
That shows what the goods are'Brokerage R>ROOMS AND 3 IUr-STAIAS]. LEWIN Bvm>iNO'PHONE The genuine
NO.190. FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR ala be glad to furnish estimates
I I %Yellowpackage. substitute: on work and will guarantee satisfaction -
Prepared only by at best prices. Reference: S.
& Commission Co. iOLEYSIIOI YANDTAR I I Foley A Company, Chicago A. Hlnely Live Oak. Call at Demo.
:. } ? Prevents Pneumonia City Pharmacy.|| crat office. 2 f I
Cares Colds j i


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t. > : !-efte Q.u edrthat Napoleon
Published every Afternoon: asked- ;; DOWU'NG-PARI '
when what as'Jti'; j, greatest; .
Except Sunday.
;::'. need of France answered by saying 81>

:- Editor "Mothers." This quotation has been -. ,,;- br;
Ma'gr.Entered lIVEr
very often misunderstood and Invariably ;
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at the Postofflce. Live Oak. misappl d. We have Innum- -
-: Florida., as Second Class Mail Mat- erable sermonets lectures and talksto Mineral Springs Hotel and :

t;/ ovemb r 7, 1905. 'women with this quotation as a GOOD BEDS. '
text until I, have sometimes wonder-, WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
thought why Napoleon wanted moth;: 17 MILES FROM LIVE ALL* Younl
;:-.. ers. .
L mailed to any part ol the United Napoleon was.a soldier.- His pro- ADOts Pfi R TEb..DOWbING PflRK. FLORID/1./ uvo .
r States postage prepalr for $5.00 fession was that of arms. His delight -' tare

per year; $2.50 for six 'months; was warfare,' and he wanted '" .z' Vrerj
$1.25 foe three months or 50 cents soldiers. He wanted men. and more ) :- 'Z
for five{weeks,-':*i\' .advance' De- men:with,'which to carry-on his bns-| !! > -" they .,

i livered:to any prtOf: 'Ue city,,by iness or contest ( : Values lYe:ai!(
; men who eo 4ld prices. .

_carrier. for 10 cents per' week. storm through breastworks the.-sacrifice and of.face whose..lives'he bayonets "II SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLL6E'fi'fi'fiw i ii :: want;; a 1DIalt.1Jt. --:,

. I looks very much like the para- might win fame and glory as a '1:
mount Issues in the next Democratic conquerer of nations. He did not ]

:! National platform will be Bryan and ask for high qualitY-Just human "." i
, l' animals with which to swell the i j' .1 ,
i.! tarriff reform. 'I I Ix
i f- ranks of his army-just human be-

ings to serve as targets for; : bullets! -
Just one minute-the astronomers To Napoleon mothers meant men; -

: 'l ,tell usjhat amonster comet la more material for his business of I I'O"
, -a, heading for with the speed battle. I have never heard it 'claimed -

that he inquired, quality either s
of an express train. Only a few daysi
of the mothers or the men; more
f remain In which to pay your sub- '
mothers simply meant more men J

:s scription tothe News-we. don't and men for his army was all Napoleon I
i i want to trot all over h-II to. find wanted., America does not need : #

I you.. =Andalusia News more mothers so much as wiser ones, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTFor

'f '- and better conditions for those we I Iwill

F have. Statistics of the death-rate
At'Norfolk Va..:the.Florida-Phos .
among little children under two the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLARSHIP

phate Mining Corporation has, been years old are appaling. Physicianstell ; \\l be issu.ed. good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only'$30.00. '

incorporated with $50,600 authorized us that the enormous mortality Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged that a

'capital; stock, ''tb mine phosphate iaFlorida. among Infants Is largely due to the student entering. on this special offer can finish within the limit of the. ,
ignorance of uninsturcted mothers '
+ F. S. RoysUr j isresident" and fathers,.and. to the dreadful conditions 1 scholarship. .
C; "Burroughs; rice-president! This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss.. ,
,.WP.l under which little children
F am S. Royster. '!treasurer and W. come Into the world; to the woeful Do you wish your salary increased? EnrolL with'us."andw, will

M. R. Smith, sectetary.-Ocala Ban- lack of intelligent care to be seen on help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yon now have.

ner. i ... every hand among all classes of parents WRITE FOR CATALOG.a F
Thousands of little childrendie
because of ignorant ..Ji
every year
The'Tampa Times bays "there are untaught mothers and irresponsible

t so many Tampa children out of fathers and what the world wants SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE

school that a compulsory educationlaw today Is well-Instructed mothers who i ;

Is necessary. Local legislation can intelligently care for the child- 'LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
ren brought into the wqrld, through .
Is what is needed to those4s'y'aDitpa -e.
,!Jl, regulate wise preparation, and fathers who L. AUCTION President (j. S. STEPHENS Principal MICHAEL"
: kld Live Oak !
Democrat. I'INE
are not only physically fit to be such CLOt :
j<'''-( the south I but wise enough to help the mothersto --..
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r. fight from their homes the dread- .
"with a shingle jrf&iciousy administered ; -1
r "little white hearse." r businesjrj.i.'"
by the parents would help great led efforts of this able committee'slsted (as '
; The need. of the American peopleis The Great fleadacHe fit as #zls .;
deal. Milton of- coarse by the members of
Index. .
) But what
more wholesome cribs and less of shouldn't fcfltotE
about"the parents who in many Instances the'"white hearS"-The Commoner the house ,and our good ,friends B'fo mo- :P' three Ann IutIr'
Adams' nd Harris in the senate), and .i'e d"
are to blame?-DeFuniak 4
so proud were the 'members of this
r Breeze' Cromwell and Foolscap. committee over their work that they I I! "Note the Word Pepsin'r* 'I S

(From The London Chronicle.), drew up a bill for the removal of the I I I =
-..)_1'- rPpC| | Headache rldl I
At the meeting of the board oft The triumph pf Cromwell! Whatis capitol to'.Live Oak. We' suppose
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Qfflnii. CitiT
county: commissioners next Tuesdaythe foolscap! Everybody the world there Is proviso In the bill for the I(, :

over recognizes that paper foolscap present legislature to be allowed to On the Spot.
new court house will be formally I
: find tie itjteei
size means a standard measurementof finish its labors Undisturbed otherwise Opiates.
t tendered to the board., It will in all thirteen Inches by sixteen yet how there might be.some objection to Ho Absolutely and tte fil of P

probability be accepted. Everybodyis few can give the reason why. In bundling up bag and baggage and 111 OncfUU. 19. M...Mi to* ; at every price

delighted with it and stand ready England the paper mark was originally coming down to finish up this session for Sale By them. DetaIS

a crown and whe nthe com K. itKilled". The City singled

commisstoners monwealth was set up Cromwell was ; 'I -
approached as to what mark shouldbe Own Father.. OaK. FLA. w b

i architects supervising architects; used inn .the future. He, with il-23-trwi-vi. ... Spring!
contractors builders and,all others characteristiccontempt for 'crows replied Baltimore. May 2.+Heary Mlddle-' -gray ul -
who contributed to the splendid 'edifice "A fool's cap" and so It be- karp. a 17-year-old youth,'shot and cassimera. .
'. a vote of thanks.-Ocala Banner. came-and remained for at the res- killed his father In their Tiome at & RR covstom-taQoni

t ..! toration the matter was overlooked Catonsville today in defense it Is Drays and Delivery to ISO ta rds'
act the ultimate alleged of Ms mother's life.
t. until too late to upon Middle- i t i for your .-
A bill establishing*th# Criminal discovery. karp. Sr., who was a nightwatchmanat i Furniture moving and

Court of Record for*Suwannee> v coun- the United States subtreasuryhere l Hauling Specialties. ,'
t returned home this morningand I I
ty was introduced' by !Representative Tale of Bad Eggs. began beating his wife it is r WOOD: i
Dorman |a the legislature and I
What becomes pf all the bad averted. Another son went to her Any length delivered to any
l was passed in ,the House and,Senate eggs?" asked the reporter. "I never assistance when the man grabbed of city I'I fed cut;
promptly. Give
t .. 'yesterday-without opposition and all thought of that. Do they got to both his wife and son by their : us j throughout ut**|
throats and busines. Phone 55. I i I *, elw*
:that reininsw to put the, new law ,waste! began choking them. At 'I
Indeed ," ttte this moment'Henry In beast!
don't dairyman appeared with a
operatioa ,
ilnto ;?Is the signature of the
replied "Bad egg dealing Is a bus revolver and shot his father dead. I I j I ,. *ffe
I Governor and. the appointment of a iness in itself All bad eggs go to H. J. MORRIS to-mea3Fs

Judge aod Uritor'A, petition, got- tanners and papermakers. Contractor 1' ".t
WtftV -donty ,
ten u P Board Commissioners "These .eggs are carefully openedby '":.:- '" .
the are separated Apply for fclans,:estimates
with about 800 names hand and whites, the
Fourteen 11)Md -Bodice Have '
was presented to the Legislature by .from the yolks-unpleasant, *Taken Out. Been, ; and specifications.Office .
smelly work, but that no machinecan .. sib
: on Ohio Ave.. A. b
Representative Dorman when "he In- C. L. Cz' isa
do. The:yolks ark .mfxed with Charleston;_tV. 'Va., \May %.';;";The .' stiles+
y.tr04uced the bill for: the establish- flour and salt, and this. dough is sold bodies of fourteen dead hav been recovered

V m ntf the court. to the .leather men who "size and fro J the Whipple mine' GO' TO .. ,""" ;)J finest w i

dress hides with It ; where an 'explosion of gas occurred *
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: .f "The'whites'are used in the sizingof last evening ...;d this was thought to 'I f f It
General Gilchrist admits that he U eWt) jlf
finer paper. Care must be' taken be the 'full extent of the fatalities.The'"irurfber T. J. aia. "
a candidate for governor of Florida. that they are properly separated 'as off InJuted Is five, the week: '

Let'ths ei: nt les com*(as fast as they the least bit of yolk in them' would last Injured man'having-.been taken call

may until all are in. Let's have a cause a yellow streak upon the pa- out today. The mine was; only : SUITS '

fair start an'd no favors and may the per's surface. slightly damaged. The cause of the For Fresh Groceriesand Tt'sL I
"Confectioners used to buy slightly explosion is still unknown. $2.50.
best man wJn. Speaking of the elec-
i stale flavory white too but since suit at rfer1 P
tion of "a' governor without any the pure-food hullabaloo these men Best secleetrf ,
Ralirmd to Florida.
strings on him." Is It possible? Are have only used fresh whites in their spec1al1,

.there *ny of them or of us whose candies."-Kansas City Post. :'"Atlanta. May2..=-The Savannahand shape ad J

'iiiTS 'riendS' do not fancy they hold one Southwestern, railroad. 'which is Meats at the -- folL

..33MTblihe ribbon the other extremity The committee of big guns and to build a line of, railroad 350 miles 8IngIe-b
star legislative pushers composed of in length, from Savannah to a pointon -- ,
of which is attached to their favorite. Cols. Cary Hardee L. E. Roberson. the Gulf of Mexico in Florida was little >o j

.-Tampa Times J. F. Harrell, Ira J. Carter and J. P.Lamb today granted a charter by the secre- West End

'' v It mar*note be.,possible tp elect a"governor returned, from TaUabaaeee ***f of foe stale. / 'hectpflalRock "
yesterday afternoon,1; where'tlley-naff Is to be i7.0&0.00flrind/he load rwi4 'ri'i f;d9<, .
] without any strings on
', been to our criminal7 coprt bill be bonded ill "I..s ', ,
him," but the Democrat believes It terry i at .$20,000 per ..;:Tt\e ; 'f') *-.;;? : -"
through the house senate and executive I corporators. are citizens b'Chaiham. ) -
Phone :

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telni i! wbvld.;like ,to see the experiment ;offices In one day. This feat I Bibb, .Ailing. Coffee :and Coi- ._; 'FtIWivery.j'j. I' ,

tried. Just for a change. was accomplished &*''the combined I I qultt counties.-- Live Oak, : :' FIoHda.i 'O -


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'tit Report and \A/1H lasrTHREL DAYS, GOODS Hold out

-a went to Valdosta yes- Everything from One. ward THE- REMNANT' TABLES AT HALf f .PRICE '
p to T n'will gqon. '.;; t; _

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of Crystal Ricer. IsM
/'i4eif't;r toa This. means- a general cleaning of odds and ends for us and a big saving' for the far-seeing housew..c' r,

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2.henry of Lake City, was

JL These remnants consist of Lawn, :Madras, Percal, Gingham, Batiste, Bleaching, Linen, Chambry, -

of kfayo wa lnf. Live Organdy, Mull, Ribbon, Lace, Embroidery, in fact, Everything with 10 Yards and under r

L}LA.ay : will to at Half Price., tINo

Land and son_of Valdosta, 1 ti Goods Charged THese Unheard of Prices..

. l, tte city yesterday. 1

X. Lazarus left for her home

isCGa-[ last evening. i

I g M rant to sell tee J. M. Bailey,

.iiessed auctioneer lie sells. t 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR .FREE DELIVERY .1
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were here yesterday. J. -Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is best I!:-Kidney complaint kills more people I C From the face of the unofficial re-

White.Mountain. Refrigerators. for women and children. Its mild than any other disease. This' Is due'turns from the election yesterday. It }
i&i. B. Small, of the Lake City Sold the world 'over, but in Lire Oak action and pleasant taste makes it to the disease being'So Insidious' ; I is evident that J. B. Johnson has (

'i prominent arrival in the only by J. B. Barton & Co., H. LCampbell preferable to violent purgatives suchas it ge tsa good hold on the system be-I been elected to the senate from this

M4i1.L manager. pills, tablets etc. Get th$:booklet I,fore it is recognized. Foley's Kid district over Hon. W. A. Tlson The
: _. and a, sample of Orino at Cijy. Pharmacy fey Cure will prevent the d Telop-1 result will be announced in the col-
M *ET Furnished and vnfur- ... '$2.50 wagon seats, new, at J. M. d-w* .ment. of fatal disease if taken in -urns of the paper today by precincts

[ rooms, address MRM In carewent. Bailey's the Auction House for City Pharmacy. d-w* so far as they have been heard from.

tfin. $1.50. Other things In proportion. A very light vote w i polled Col. Johnson will make a good senator -

Be quick. tt throughout the county yesterday in News was received here this mornIng as would 'also Mr. Tison had
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., W A. Tison came in this ;f the **senatorial election. .9uwannee; of a strike on the Leon hotel In he been elected. As the Democrathas

risf from Wellborn to get the of- Mr. Frank Ellis has returned home county 'farmers hhe, but little\ interest !,Tallahassee. This large hostelry 1 is stated before both candidates

I riMtioa returns. from a trip to Live Oak 'where he *h;political niitters this season" completely packed with guests and were 'good men and 'tn&vote polled

was the guest of M % and (Mrs. Roy I Ii. ot,. I e year. 1.t... ,h,' Manager Hutchinson could not have 'yesterday was more because of the
vf .s ,ant draTtng done ,or a i.Ellis.-Times-Union. *. 'I :J. ] 4. ,had.this mlsfortunate circumstance friendship ,of they voters for the Individual -

( rrted to the depot, right :The Goffia-Suj-pky wpotng .took to occur at a more inopportune time. ;candidates rather than the
pioae 1:9. W. N. Boatrtghtl r"Nut ice cream ?5c c9 .qua 11 t; other 1:1: !place I 2 afu* iUSele( k it>the bride The' tro'4 (seems to have occurredover result of the fear of the county's interest

1 creams 50 quart tfeUtered any: yesterday-afternoon, and &f beautiful one of the guests striking a being at stake In'the>'defeat of

.W.L Oaks, of Lay Fla.."wha.e where in the city. Fla., Book & News' cerenibny:w2k' used' throughout. waiter.' ritheriandldate.; Suwannee:county'srepresentatives.
on a visit to relatives 2-21: A full acount=wTTT be published tomorrow I I r-' in the. lower heuse ,

acme this morning. Company! ,. d. f Mss' :are, doing good work and; '.we e.s.peet
I The Ladies E pol'1uman.d' ,
-... he will' I :.i'hen'Col.:Johnson g 1 tJ'aeute;
hs.'t4rmstronaInZoyg; Lawler's Milinery ,, -kindly
.madesere"nil < V
4i iI Ha1I--Hard: : shalt be''iusta; "tePre-.te4
Company we sbi
make visit The ware
his regular professional taken charge of some of_ mrtoilet: .
Address Box 49) Phone2lt.JL tb Live Oak on his regular schedule,, I opened their doors for,business yesterday I articles ("France-Amerieaa.Hy' Len" in than body. -'
4 MIJZZY. Carpenter! the '!lrat Tuesday. Ma'" tho They have a fine large line 1 ic"). Our, patrons will pleQeask* ,tor i

.1 ., of hardware. and theif first day's them when shopping{ itheae' two
i tees came In on the Alp4stLtae > '. I Cotton Bayers Meet.
: FOR SALE-Ona' jcbijiflete sawmill business Was very satisfactory places. Thanking you In advance tofour'patronage.
'train after ab- i
: an
outfit InCludlng'-W forty-" -' I Atlanta May: %.-:At a, meeting
i tf a few"days on business. horse-power: boiler. Apply to
Lyle. "lineer.OU.tbe-l.Jte Oak. Perry &,;Gulf, ton Buyers' "Association, presided
; Bugs Stair W aau. '.
Carpets. with Atlaatic.Coast
1'.a1lwayraBd now A. Nichol
Hon. J. W. Durrance of Polk over by President George
... J. B. Barton & Co.,.
Griffin and children Line, is visitor in the cite for a, of to
Mr and Mrs. a :county and A. Mai Wilson of Cal son. many Questions importance
Campbell manager of Jacksonville were here yesterdayto few days. He accompanied by.Mrs., houn house members the legislative the buyers were discussed. The relations -
attend the QomnSuraskl'weddln Youngblood and they are guests of I committee to visit state.convict between the cotton merchant

,I.Bruw.U and wUe came down They were. _.accompanied by -Mrs. Win- Mr. and Mrs. Bussey while in the camps passed through this morningen and the producers, as well as the relations -
i Ttldosta today and;:are guestskUv' :: merchant and
stein. city. between .the
.1Mrs. route to Tallahassee after a very
tfie '
i parents at Ethel -
Dowling Park leaves tedious trip lasting two weeks ormore. th. spinner and regulations '
& to
180 Sallivaa SJUClaremount were the' subjects -
\ =- S. Joyce. the amitteehas relations among
f W* klfetoa tDT Ran "at 8:00 a. .m...and 1:50 p. m., While away
ems. ,
1s N. .H., write: "Abont Prominent buyers
.. $ inctbtMate
.. cent'sround visited the various tamp
J, ,B. .Barton &:9 C4.)t ( 5J5j4) Pm; ; -50 a year ago I bought two bottles of and Mr. Wilson,. in.voneersattonj from many southern cities were In at.

,>CtepWH. manager,. '" .., "!trip.; ( Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa with the Democrat reporter remarked tendance.
severe case of Kidney trouble of he'vsitted with!
all the
llama,. o( Jacksonville.Ui i.i Mr..,R,.N. Ingram accompanied by standing. It certainlyis camps
> tea here on a visit to her hisj:daughters, Misses., Ida Ola and several a grand years'good medicine and I one exception condition. were found lnRTerygood W & 4 ;p1

Mti. Kra7urbevinet returned Annie,:'Jagram. were welcome callers heartily recomend It.CIt1 Phar
today; at- the Democrat 'office' today. dew.I When in need office wall' paper -

macy. I I Hon. H. L. Avant. of Ft. White. call on f i. H. PEUY... tCUNTON

C kaapm, McAlpln, who For a night's good rest buy one Mr. G. H.a Dorman came up this member of the house of representatives & MCtVS MARKfT.lo1id0 .
vtotteg- here for the past of oar celebrated White Knight Mat morning from Houston and broughtin from Columbia county was a

s i leaves today for Valdosta tress. Nothing on earth equals It. official election returns from visitor In the city for a short time
tbort tri8. J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. Campbell the not morning leaving on the Atlanticoast
Mr. Dorman was :
his precinct. where B : N N1J1SCU.
manager.-c_ ...- Y very heavily loaded with ballots as I ; Line for his home he o BoiallE1
x few days' real
only 14 votes cast .,at. goes for. a I
Sale Ladies.1 have Just opened a dress there were
'niakrag'rbom=lg*t e Cfewln:buildingandoWlll tbat precinct. (( Cold, :Dwiks

>e.gted"to serve you. Satisfaction Elder H. V. Skipper of Jasper .

; .." ....f.i. guaranteed., ", Give me, trial.,. I pastor of the Advent church in that Ice Cream
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MRS. KIGHfCharley city and former pastor here is a
: -, I. Wedding v sltor in the city today, and hU .
G. Myers a popular In- many friends:here are giving him th-
surance urn;,In, ,,this sectjoo. whose glad; hand. NUT .ICE CREAMPer
is"T tlahassee, came up Presents
!Palb'UNIMPROVED: Estate: from Luravirta this morning and left Mr. C. E. Hate. Sr.. father of our Quart 75c
on,.the?Atlantic) coas Line, for .FQR THK fellow toyiisman. 'C. E. Jr.. let this .
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Florida'polnti. J> morning for his home in Gainesville r .... _

: JUNE'BRIPES: after a visit to his son here. Mr. Other Cream, Per
:fKIt fin1S Rc. SUNDAY trains over Live Oak. I Hale, while quite along in years Is

Perry,* Gulf to Dowling Park.leaves very lively and energetic and carries Quart 50c.
: : 8:00'a.. and 1:30 p. m.. re- lightly.
-, at m.. Or there who choose his seventy years
_' ........ It turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents the month of May. Just Delivered any here in the

round trip. look in at our Broochesand exquisite A. J. Legg. of Savannah is among = '
ViaBlood.Pins. City -
M' ::
Air inconstantly Rings. Watches. the.many guests at the Ethel today.
Ice Cold. Dry. Wholesome Bracelets EU Everything -
circulating in opposing in Jewelry. ur
Phone 199 when wanting
ROPERTY always ,
Re- are NOTICE.
currents! The White Mountain customers
frigerator. Sold only by J. B. Bar- pleased. The City Council will meet in adJourned Cold Drinks or lee'Cream

w # WITH ton & Co.. H. L. Campbell,imanager. I session on May 6th. at 10

6R clock a. m., for the purpose of re-
'11' II. have
/ Jacksonville has been : lastat,#ng any names which may
A doctor the people there's'otae- RADFORDTheJeweler been ,'Yron.gfvJ1stricken from regis- N NS 00.I
interesting llooflll K e
time by Introducing an invention :'to I f l tra.ti. : ni..list. ", J S.* P. MAYS Clerk.SubscribeA .. jolititi .
t (beli City ,
,stake the-fleaj.fcear...,,Whisti1n I I.
will doh1 It '
whistle on his mogue engine : C. ,! ; .
been doing it,for some JLIVCOAK. flA. for t2ieJ. .'Dally. Democrat.. ..
I t. and* has. .."- ,. ; '
Room 3. time.

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! I M'f'g.
SCHEDULE. I The "special work"" which John F.
'j: Stevens, lately chief engineer of the

&AD DOW1L I. TOIL alAJ: VP. Panama canal will supervise for the Manufacturers of

New York. New Haven and Hartford 1
No.I No L No.t No. L
I MizedYgt Had Kd Local Fat Railroad may be the making of a
&.. Da1I7 and STATIONS and Da1l7I I Lumber Shingles Ice Electric
Except Ezpreaa. EzpYeea Except I valuation of the physical property of ,

i t Sunday. Dads. DaiI7. Sunda7. that 'corporation. There was a re- PoWer and
:: I Turpentine.
port a few days ago that Mr. Stevens :

; c--: 110 P mLy- Li Oak-.-.. oo--A 'II 50 a m 5 40 p'Di i was going to do such work for the I

Lv Porter L:Y. Pennsylvania Railroad, and possiblythe Electric Lights in any part of the city furnishedor
i J $0 s m 1 U p m 10 30 s m 6 ZO p m
S .. report was erroneous only In the Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. B
Stokley --I.Y.
j i 8 OS a o S 4 p 10 Y2 a m 5 00 pat
mtY le name of the road. current-for
I day apd night manufacturing
.. I. iv. purpo J
: ", 810 a m 356pmLv. ; 10Y0am: 445 pmc But whether he is going to value ?
.__ Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders
have -
; sSO a m 4 08 P 'W.1010.440.m the New Haven road's property or

i' LtO a In 4 It PillAr Wi1mart.3.6 -_. .-.- "-Ly. to" a m 4to: pm not the indications are that the rail- tion. and all orders promptly filled. r-
.. .
: 3 50 LY. w.l --Ar.f"i take the initiativein
; a m : roads are about to
We give you good prices on low
t-oravin.._ of valuations grade
this having
''' matter <
L 993010 : mm t-. 4 ra4.vilie -=-== made. They claim'' they are not flooring. Come and get our prices. i

f .50. tr.wilmartlr. -- .
i m overcapitalized, and want to prove '"
; i I. 1000& 4O pm Ly wi1 rt---- A r.i 8 it a 18 "Ui"pm want to { .
their claim. Moreover same, approVed Octo'ber 6, 1903, be line drawn at right '.
"' 1010 a m Zt m L -------- --Su.&DDeeRiyerLy.. g 5i 412 the federal &ugIee -
p u. a m p mg anticipate such action by and the same are hereby amended so avenue fretXl a pOint t I",.

10 20 a m 4 30 p ID Ly Norwood- t-v f 4S s m I 51 p m government.A as to read as follows: side of Ohio aTell" _
i S.: "Section 1. Horses, mules, hogs to the :
. 440po'M 3- ...... Lv dispatch from Washington says northern +'
l030 a m 888am $
-I 4 pm and goats shall not be allowed to run street, as it II
'I 1040 Lv. r.LS that recently one of the Important
a m
at large upon any of the streets, alleys rlfht angles to
,! r" fib ) Ar AltoL- I .. railroad companies in the East indi- lanes or unenclosed property of feet to said Ohio t
10 White
, 1065 a a ID I Ly._-Alton.............-._......-. .Ar. Oak and that b.WhItt i
. ltim u. cated to the government authoritiesthat the City of Live cows Lion in said City of

i, (' 1106 a mt_ .............. ......Ma:1O'-: ..__..__._..LY.i it had been converted to the idea shall not be allowed to run at large Ida. excepting them the Oar;
i U ;';; Lv ..... ) '". Ar. 937140.11- upon any of the streets lanes or across the northen iip
\ 10 4 4: p m ;r'- > of valuation and was ready and llde
E' if Ly ... _. _. ...._...... public highways of the said City, or Parshley family btrIa1 <<
ml I anxious to have the appraisementmade
If-l a 4 U pill grr 930 a m Z5 P ID other unenclosed premises, within which is Included ia aafd

r 111.m4i! : p mtLv_ ......_.... ""' '' 1'v 12i.m IUplII by the government. "'fworeasons' the following boundary in said Cityof and within the iron _
I U Live Oak Florida, to-wit: said burial .
this dis-
I LY_._---Aakold- -Ly. are assigned, says grounds. ,
( II 16 a m it 10 pm lOi a m Z 45 P"t Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section ILproceedings
I I Ui. patch, "for the attitude of the railroad That an .
pmLY CAarUu. .1.v. 8 00 am 235 and First streets intersects and run- shall be
$t. m $11 pD. Iwffisfc
I I UI' Ly. taking this view of the matter. ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the City of Lt ?3
( a m' S 27 p mj1'v., K7r----- 8$3am Z20.- One is that it would prefer a single roll streets intersect thense east to cordance with the "Oat .

16. m'+I.5 35 p m ___FeabY b was-_...Lv' 845. ea Z10pIIt > valuation, made uniformly and sys- Houston street, thence south along Statutes In such t.: PfIrfiIIDIa.:

It Lv ....... ___ .. .._LY. S38.m 1 35' tematically by the government, rather Houston street to John street, thence vided for the PUJ'pO e IJt e
Zt i 41 -.DcJ7rk p m
I a m p m. east on John street to Church street, out the Provisions
f. 1134 m S 50 p 'Ar :,_Perry.- .. ...._Lv 830 a m 120"m than a piece-meal valuation by the thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance. of S e.';

., different states, which is considered poration line, thence east on corpora- Section IIL That thl i
certain unless the federal government tion line to White street, thence shall take effect
: t" (0. TafsTaah or T..Je.>s'ne StabolL. does the work. The other is ,ri1
-\ceIK Statioa T. P. ALSTON SuperinteDdeoLI
Ii street, thence east on Howard streetto ::Mayor or upon its
tats, Genera ft Agee'. that it believes the immense value of ordinance
I a point opposite Georgia avenue. without the*
its terminals in the large cities will thence north to and along Georgia 'Mayor.

make its total property holdings so avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Aldermu 1

'j i TO THE valuable that they will be shown ac- Bryson street arid Georgia avenue, Robertson, and passed fci
ttence due north along section line Council regular seat
tually to be under rather than over-
: to a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day of Lt
capitalized." thence west to and along Fifth streetto Apa

r JAMESTOWNosition We have never seen anything said Atlantic Coast Line railroad, President<;tJ
concerning the connection there thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:
Coast Line railroad to First street, S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
might be between a government val- thence west along First street to I, S. P. Mays, City pod t
s uation of the railroads and the assessments "
point of beginning. City of Live Oak, Florid,fcw
for taxation of the railroads "Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the above uifa*

by the various states. A state the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 vasKsslc' *
Marshal or policeman ,pf the said ed by the City Council ojfce
board in Arkansas, for instance, fixes -
City to take possession of and placein Of April A. D. 199T, tat flu
H'' tle taxable value of the railroads a pound to be provided for that Is hereby certified to the%

via the properties in this state every year. purpose any horse, mule, hog or goat his approvaL t!
If the federal government made a found by him or them running at Witness my hand sad'sellf
large upon of the City this 8th day of ,
any streets alleys j
f a valuation of the roads that valua- ,
highways or other unenclosed property 1907.
tion, we should think, would be the within said City, and likewise (Seal) S.If-

r AtlanticCoastLineb starting poirt to guide the assessorsin take possession of and place in said

Arkansas and other states.-St. pound any cow found by him or them Examined and apprai 3

b Louis Globe-Democrat running at large on any of the streets this. 9th. day'of ApriUAS,K
alleys lanes public highways or M. E. BROOiS;Jfa*

a all over Florida see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur other unenclosed property of said
.' Mr. Ben Raysor says that Marion City of Live Oak within the boundaries -
_' pie Folda" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two county's prospects for a profitable prescribed In Section I hereof. C. W. WILSON

trains each with through Pullman buffet I IJ "Section VII. For catching and
daily way, sleeping vegetable crop this season is the finest impounding
under this ordinance
; -
cars. on record, other things being con- the City Marshal shall be en- AILOf

,c sidered. He says that beans, whichat titled to the following fees, namely:
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets
t one time were thought to be se- For catching and impounding horses Tailoring done at Rubes&zi

on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. verely injured, rallied from the ef- mules and cows fifty cents per head, antee store. Promptserra ,

', (!, Coach excursions at very low-rates. fect of the frost and now look as if goats dollar thirty per head.cents per For head feeding, hogs and one tion guaranteed:

nothing had happened to them. ThisIs taking care of such stock while In
: f For further information see your nearest railroad agent largely true also of the watermelons pound for horses, mules and cows he

:: r i or write Frank C. Boylston. District Passenger Agent, At and the prospect for a good wat- shall head each receive, for forty hogs cents per day per fOmnlIoXl.13I
or goats ten
; Coast Line Fla. !rmelon crop in Marion is very flattering per day head cents .SJ1divat .a/a.--. r."
f-. anti: Jacksonville, per each; for advertis-
and that Marion county will ing and selling such animals he shall

certainly capture the blue ribbon receive the sum of fifty cents for

r prize for her cantaloupe crop. That horses, mules or cows per head, and r A LIQUID GOLD

the crops to the north of us were almost for hogs or goats the sum of twenty-
Live Oak & Gulf five .
Perry cents per head each. The word -AMDLAXATIVE -
entirely destroyed by the frost "hog" under this ordinance shall be

ard to the south of us have perishedfor taken to include "pigs." COUGH 1

Railroad Company. the want of rain; that Marion Section Ha. That this Ordinance
shall take effect
T I its
i .4th.>U..le Kffectlte, April 7, 19O7.WtST passage by the Council and ap-
.- I has escaped injury from both the nroval by the Mayor
as to mules,
(. I cold and the drought; that the com horses, goats and hogs, but shall not
BOUND EAST BOUND mission men will so be falling over go Into effect as to cows until 60 days THE
.CLASS-ZOo CLASSI 1ST.CLASS D'CLASS I from its passage by the City Council..
each other in their efforts to buy
1" Mail" Puseo-Frt. and Mail & Passea 'Pamen- Frt.I' a up Passed by City Council in NEW
: .,.. ger. I Pam. get get Pas... the Marion county crops and all the session this 8th day of April regular AD.

}\o.1. Na$. I No.S. Na 2. Na 6. I i NQ 12 No 4. growers will have to do is to make 1997. CHAS. H. BROWN, IDEA
t Sunday Daily ex Dalh Sunday Sunday Daily ex.r 'heir own selections and their own President City Council.
r Daily. Only Sunday. sun '
r: ex. Only 'I only Sunday. Attest: ,
terms. The Marion
county grower
A. M. P. M. P. H. P. M. i P. M. i A. M. M. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. ,
f" Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arnve Arrive .tr.f. V as certainly struck it rich.-Ocala I, S. P. Mays, I u&..
W 1 30 2 ......Live Oak_ CIty Clerk of the Ta. KM WTW "
30j 1 I 40 1y5i.-
: 1' 1 43 2 40..:::::::::::::::.. .Rocky Sink.::::::::::::::::::::'. : 16 i : :! ; : ; 1S 9 Banner. City of Live Oak, Florida, do I Icertify II7 '

81$ 14i S -....._:................_Starr......_...................8 4 12 : 34'' 942 9 13 that the above and foregoing CouCh 5Sl*
"A Cold or a

: i 5 3O7.330.s 1 5 :::::::::=::::::::Lancaster...._Platt.....::::::::.....:::::::::::::I i 5, 530 S18'527.+i ; SI) 03 soWe e Notice to Our Customers. Ordinance by the City No Council 56 was regularly on the 8th passed day- duces nose constipation and throat-&.&*****#*'?*''

i Ly 8 Ar Z 09jAr a W ._.__.........._DowlKlIt Park..................Lv 3 4'L Ly 9 18 Ly 8 4() are pleased to announce that of April, A. D. 190, eyes. the l*II&
Ar 8 45 Ly 4 45 Lv 4 10 ............... DoIiRjf Park .................. Ar 3 39 5 1;)'Ar 9 13iAr 8 12 Foley's Honey and Tar for is hereby and the same of the system through
8 50 4 49 _.Chancey...... coughs, certified to the Mayor for For the want of moisten>WJTJ3
: 8 853 b7 4 452 57 : 2-----? :::::::::::::::.Mayo..-.Bell Junction.........::::::::::....::::::. :1 : :! : : E olds and lung troubles is not affect his Witness approval. dry and hard." Nearly x21-" a

a .900 Ar 425-.......-..................Day.-........................ Ly 900 ed by the National Pure Food and City. my band and seal of said are constipating,espeotuy J1;
j s 40 ......... .Day_.._. ............... 8 3 25. S 00 56 '7 58i law it this 8th day of April A. D. Opiates. Kennedy Laratte

06 to I r i 52 ...-......_...::J.l:: ? .. .:.:.... ...... 191 r i 45 1 2nt Drug: er harmful as drugs contains, and no we opiates recom-or 1907.(Seal) Tar the bowels /I
i 25 12 ......_. .. ............... j S. P. MAYS. 1EHNEDrLAXATII!
42 25 ...... .. ................ 41 I !l 15, nend it as a safe remedy for child- City Clerk.
16 10 606 600 ..............._ .-.....Ferry_._...................... 230 400 10" .. 40 and Examined and
ArlO 20 Ar 615 ..............._HamptonSpriDlla......._... .... 2 3 45'Ly '745 Ly 610 ren adults. City Pharmacy. d-w this 9th approved by me '
A !25IAr'I P. H. .ILY. 151LY I 14.1 I A. M. I A. M. day of April. A. D. 1907. ,
; : M. E.

MAYO AXU :1LTOX RI.1NCII. An Ordinance to amend Sections Copt
!. Z and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the ORDINANCig XO. 57. a1 1
.' Citv of Live Oak. Florida, being an An Ordinance providing for the HON{ E
WEST BOUNJ EAST BOUND Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to of opening and extending
prohibit the running at large on the Oak Wilbur street In the City of Live _m Relieves CoW 67:S
r ea Frt& Parse r Parson Frt & I J'rt. Passers''Paa e n .treets of the City of Live Oak, of Ohio, Florida_ from the east side of of the system throng>
Y Faa. get cer I Pass. Pas., her get orsea. mules, hogs and goats, ando avenUe eastward to Whit tho bowels.

Na 7. NQ 9. Na 11. NO1S.: No. *. N..0 No 14. I Na1 provide for the impounding and City street In 11ite's Addition to said __ Relieves Co1l&'U .,
i DI unday Sunday Daily : Daily disposing of the ten hundred
Daily ; Sunday'SundaeLSun. ) same, passed and thirty-two the m
.ex.SuD. Only Only ex.Sua. (]03Z) feet strengthening ;
; eJt.SUILIA. Only Only September 30th 1903, and approved said street to be fifty the lhroat.chest.hl
M.: P. 1L. A. IL P. M.i i A. H. I P. M. I A. M. P.Leave .. October 6th, 1903. (SO) feet In width. U
Leave I Leave Leave I Arrive Arrive Be it Be It Ordained For Croup Wh s i
Arrive ordained by
9.10 4 401', 40i 5 30 ...............MayoJunctaon..... .........I 758 329)) 856 Arrive by the Mayor and City Council the Mayor and BroSChityr ...
2>; 456 S3 543 .................... .Clark..............,...... 739 3 842 2 I w City Council of the City of Live Oak, Florida: of the City of Live Oak, Influenza, aai ,'
031 42 Florida Colds Lung
I: :'a i.g:'. 10 1003653 154 i 605 :.:.:::::: ::::::: :...Maya..:: .:: ::.::::::::'s 7 727 15 a 24O s :: 1 1 0r10 Section 1 a. That Section Section 1. That Wilbur remedy U "I"1 to t...l'yt
10 Ar 5 40 Arli 2i 'Ii ........ .........Alton .......... ..........'Ly '7 00 Ly Z 30.Ly 8 le.Lv 1 20 tion 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance 1, Sec the City of Live Oak, Florida street, as in i Bone, and Tar.Put Ct "

; all I .!f s Regular stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and %O. 16 of the City of Live Oak established now stands, ba opened, extended and up In 25c,SOc a"
Florida, being an ordinance entitled from tbe eastern oratory of fc O.cow-
'.*t ,;jKrom Lire Oa, and Perry. For formation as to connections with "An ordinance to Ohio avenue In said side of
the City
run- fifty feet
other lines, 'phone or call on Gen!> -a* Passenger Agent. 'phone 147 Dow- large!; On the sheets of the Ohio In width. at right angles with said Sold by Gtr-

ling fcuildlng, Live Oak. City of Live Oak of horses, mules in avenue eastward to White street

THOS. DOWLJXG, Pnssidert. I:. P. HOPKINS Gen. Pass. Agent. the hOgs and goats, and to provide fo; of Whlte's Un Oak Addllton to the said City IlOLElS
impounding and disposing of thyw e of which said the northern boundary

extension shall be a stops U.0 .oooii'a

r .

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,... :

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4' Bad Butter I I I Toklo's trouble Is earthquakes. In I

:'I Sir Thomas Lipton whose grocery I. her worst 200,000! residents were CLINTON & MEEKS '

iEABOARD .:1 shops "Lipton's Limited" are as killed. ;

thick in London as the fog. was talkIng I

> : to a New York reporter on his The queen of Norway's favorite

: last visit about pure food laws says poet Is "Owen Meredith" the late I
The Press of the city: Lord Lytton. I
F t: Airline Railway. "And that feminds me," said Mr. Wholesale and Retail -

Thomas, "of my youth when I was I. Wonderful Eczema Cure.

running my first grocery and sleep- "Our little boy had eczema for .1

?Lannafc Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, ing under the counter. I years" writes N. A. Adams Henrietta. Dealers in Flori-

l'Raleigh "A rival in the next street was I: Pa. "Two of our home doctors "'

ih feTPLY TYItim0re' selling notoriously bad goods, and i ,[said the case was,hopeless, his lungs

heard a story about ,him with delight!I I being affected. We then employed da and Western

"It seems that a cusotmer entered other doctors, but no benefit resulted. ,
I i By chance we read about Electric a
his shop and asked for
a pound of
ffwo ELEGf\NT\ TRfllNS\ DulLY\ butter. I I:Bitters; bought a bottle and soon

"' nticed improvement. We continuedthis
'Yes. sir, said my rival. 'The
I medicine until several bottles : 1EATSI
real or the imitation sir?

board Express Seaboard Mail jj "What was it you, sold me yester- were used, when our boy was com-I

day?' inquired the customer. I pletely cured." Best of all blood

'That was the real, sir.' medicines and body building health

'Then give me the Imitation.' tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & 24.
r Modern : Pullman : Equipment. I Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w I
The Life Insurance I
Promdt deliveries
,! The utilization of herring for
muddle has started the public to

|4[fhe Jamestown Exposition Line ii iif j : has thinking.met Ballard's The wonderful Horehound success SyrupIn that j,! Canadian fertilizer has government.been stopped by the anywhere in the ,

NORFOLK VA. its crusade on Coughs Influenza, |1 Senator Redfield Proctor of Ver-
Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troub-1 -
mont is one of the largest holders in City.
Excursion Tickets on S le Daily :' les-has started the public to thinking ,
+ municipal real estate In the country.
of this wonderful preparation. !

They are all using It. Join the procession I
My Best Friend.. *
and down with sickness.
liD information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent Alexander Benton who lives on '
Price 25c. 50c and $1Q >. Sold by I .
W,Seaboard, or wnte, Suwanee Drug Co. d-w Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y., "Old Joe," Brown House Alligator, '

t a,(L COYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla. I I, says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is Made Escape But Was Captured 1'

I i best friend. It cured
11111 I I I H II H 111 III 111 I i I I 111 I 1 Philadelphia has The my earthly me (Gainesville Sun.)
a new cave. I of asthma six years ago. It has also There was some excitement in the 1

eyes. sinking of a piece of the ground in I|, performed a wonderful cure of in- vicinity of the Brown House and in 1

t I I I I I the northest corner of Washington I[ wife. The first bottle ended the terrible the stairway of the Williams block,
i Square, in that city a few feet from .
yes.BUR i cough, and this accomplished, opposite the hotel at the midnight .
: SAVINGS DAPARTMENT the monument erected to the !
'J memory I+j the other symptoms left one by one, hour a few days ago, when "Old a
of the revolutionary prisoners of
war until she was perfectly well. Dr. Joe" one of the alligators in the
if- is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is who died in the Jails of Philadelphia. j! King's New Discovery's power over Brown House aquarium succeededIn

t t. broad enough to accommodate all, and t revealed a small cavern of a depth of coughs and colds Is simply marvel- gaining his freedom through a

about six feet. Through this at a'i',:ous." No other remedy has ever hole i nthe wire mashwork which

HEBE. ARE ITS PATRONS: I short distance from the surface ex-''' equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar- surrounds the pool. :;i.

r L-The young folks with their small savings. tend the roots of a large tree whose clay & Groover, druggists. 50c and In the quiet of 'the night when

|I li 2-The breadvi,inner, striving to accumulate a fund safety is menaced by the cavity.' At I,. $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w wise "Old Joe" was laboring under ,-
the bottom to be the remains j
;I to procure a home, or a competency for old age. 1 appear I'i the folks, as ,they should have been.
of some old-time brickyard, of which
well-to-do for the convenience afforded and 'I were enjoying their nocturnal slum- t
t3-The| ; the exact character cannot readily be' James J. Hill is said never to lock
the impression that the majority of t
i p the income provided. ; determined, but which certain local his office desk, and allows none of
hers, he oatThe
? 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. wiseacres associate with the Walnut : his immediate employes to lock his. crept stealthily would
saurian must have, felt he find

NATIONAL BANK Live Florida J street prison. As Washington Squarewas the night clerk of the hotel in his
HE FIRST once a potter's field, and as the !i The owners of coffee houses in usual midnight habit and ventured
..1,11 I I I I . . . . I I . . . I old prison stood facing the square, j i' Buda-Pesth' have decided to employ through the office in an endeavor to a
the revelations resulting from this no' girls belonging to trade unions.
reach the street; but this time the (
cavern ,may present a subject for The lock-out affects more than 3,000 said Bight clerkfooled his 'gatorship'for

Philadelphia antiquarians.Do young women. I' he was wideawake. This factso

excited the 'gator that he was -

k You Love Disturbed the Congregation. I'' at first dumfounded, but inasmuchas

jour baby You wonder why he I! -The person who disturbed the congregation ,'I he had been successful so far be,
last Sunday by continualy
cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream evidently decided to carry out his

O Vermifuge and he will never cry. coughing is requested to buy a bottle I plans, and made a bold dash for liberty -
of Foley's Honey and Tar City Pharmacy -
:Most babies have worms, and the I I, making a bee line for the front
mothers don't know it. White's i door. This sudden action naturally

7aaM sus Cream Vermifuge rids the child of caused the clerk to get busy, but an
Recent experiments on shallow-
worms and cleans out its system in I effort to head the saurian off was of

a pleasant way. Every mother should draft stern-wheel motor boats have no avail and he gained the street in
I For indicated that the stern wheel is a
SicK Livers
keep a bottle of this medicine in the ( safety.
much more efficient propeller In
Louse With it, fear need never enter With an indian-like warwhoop he
her' mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su-i I shallow water than the screw -pro- summoned the officers and others in

A PURELY VEGETABLE wannee Drug Co. d-w peller.I the vicinity who happened to be up

I at that hour, they observing the clerk
\ COMPOUND J Madrid's trouble is the solano, a
I I chasing sme object across the streetat
l"atil'ntngll'r. wind from the southeast. It
I summer a 2:40 gait and all joined in the
CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. If ever there was an enthusiastic hot and accompaniedby
is exceedingly ,
QU1cuLY, CURES SI A, MALARIA. CHILLS and fisherman is was old Jones, says An- blinding, choking clouds of dust chase. His 'galtorshlp, realizingthat
ALL LIVER COMPL NTB. He was quite content to sit the odds were against him, made
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by I so that, notwithstanding a temperature the quickest time possible to the
TORPID UVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- for hours on the bank of the stream. of 105 or 110 degrees, all win-

|ch* *4 today may MT you a tick spell tomorrow. [hoping for a bite and if he didn't dows must be closed. stairway leading to the second floor
of the Williams and
building quicker -
at the
get one, his mind thrilled
I than flash the saurian had
a gain-
m CURED' OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER thought of what splendid sport he ,I.-\. Xarow Escape. ed the first landing offering determ-

;., ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. had two years ago. Thus he was j I G. W. Cloyd a merchant, of Plunk ined defiance his tail as a weapon,

} W. A. Whitewall, Emory Tex., round by a fellow angler. I Mo., had a narrow escape four years
to the first who dared
I. man approachhim.
-.' wrtttt: "My child had chUla and fever "Fished long in this stream? he ago, when he ran a jimson bur into
for four We tried all kind of However a rope was secured
years. asked, pleasantly. i his thumb. He says: "The doctor I.
medicines and finally an acquaintance of ," was the laconic and with the aid of a long pole,
"Twenty-three years wanted to It but I would
nine recommended Herbine. W.used amputate thron about the creature's neck. He
three bottle, and the child is DOW com- response. j I not consent. I bought a box of BucK-
dragged back to his haunts in
'c fleter/cured. You bare my pcrmiwioa "Then this stream must be worth len's Arnica Salve and that cured the I was

to publish this testimonial, as I<*heer. fishing in," went on the stranger. : wound." 25c at Barclay the rear of the hotel, and dumped
fully recommend Herbine to all mothers !. dangerous mercilessly into the pool with a
baring children afflicted M mine." "You must get a lot of bites? '! & Groover, druggists. d-w I splash which awoke many of the
at his rod, Jones
tuGE lont!. Sec GET THE GENUINE Gazing Intently I I guests.
eplied with zest: I Lieut. H.Ekelund of Jonkoping
i'ri BALURD SNOW LINIMENT CO. I The first picture to come into the
I "Two years ago, in this very spot Sweden, claims to have made an important I

ST. LOUIS, U. & A. I t ad as fine a bite as any one need invention In fuel saving. Ac- minds of those who were thus sud-
denly disturbed was a suicide by
: wish for. And -I shall get another cording to his method peat Is usedin
drowning, and in less than a momentthe
.. jet" of powder and is said
OLD AND the shape a
RECOMMENDED BY pool was surrounded by excited
sufficient heat to use steel In
i to
':SUWanynee spectators who felt sure there was a
Drug Company' If You Ion : a furnace without the use of coal.
tragedy on hand When the matter
-- first time use Herbine
succeed the I' was explained all returned to their
r PZOCI&MATION. man from Wards Nos 3 and 4, to and you will get instant relief. The One of the favorite postal cards of- quarters the 'gator sank beneath the
f A positivecure for sale to tourists by shop
hereby given that at the I fill unexpired term caused by re- greatest liver regulator. fered rippling surface of his aquarium
5Merti Dyspepsia, of Roven, Normandy, showsa
for Constipation keepers
Qty Election of the moval from Wards and resignationof prison, the clerk drew a long sigh of
and all liver com- feminine compatriot of I
Ure Oak .Malaria Chills
Suwannee County relief and matters settled down to
incumbents. ., of Emory, Texas : of Arc dressed and posed to
t0 be plaints. Mr C- Joan
hey on the first Tues- the usual quietude of a hostelry in
Given under band and seal been using Her- i the French re-I
-,j- **. 1907, at the my writes, "My wife has present great the wee small hours.
umber. the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907. bine for herself and children for five spinning In her thatched roofed
and In
manner and :'
U '"* r (Seal) M. E. BROOME, )'ears. It Is a sure cure for constipation tage at Domremy
by law, the fol- *
Ie1pal :Major City of Live Oak, and malaria fever which Is substantiated I Stop Grumbling.

s to be officers of said Suwannee County, Florida. by wbat it has done for I I The Independance Beige of Brus- -If you suffer from Rheumatism or

Toted for and elect Suwannee Drug Persia's total foreign pains for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill
Sold by sels gives
A izTr Attest: my family. I
Clerk, Treasurer d'** ; $60,130,474 for 1906 fiscal bring quick relief. It is a sure
I1I tf S. P. MAYS, Clerk. Co. trades as
same person; Im- cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con-
made of $34,192.029
cellector: Live Oak, Florida. year up I
Marshal and and $25,938,445 exports. The traced Muscles and all pains-and
Ctor which has been ports
filled by same per- A novelty 1905 was nearly within the reach of all. Price %5c.
of Berlin for total increase over I
"""laa from Ward' +++++++-MM 11+.I M-M 111111DR. t the police prefecture hearse. It $9,000,000, about equally divided. j Sic, $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha,
mean from Ward No. i approval is an Tex., writes "I have used Ballard's
share was only $25.-
'srflhaa CHAS. E. TAYLOR, approved type, differing only The American
from is of the
Ward No. 3 Snow Liniment in family for
; funeral vehicle Is 000 of the Imports and $14,600 of my years
Ward No. 4; from the Russia predominateswith end have found it a fine remedy for
VETERINARY The new : the exports.
frctn Ward No. 5; an not being it $17,000.000 each way followedby all pains and aches. I recommend it
curiosity as
I much
the City I I hearse created for in the chest." Sold Sa-
S at Large; Solicits your patronage- Officeat .'. test pilgrimage through the Great British with $10,500,000Imports pains by
Trustee. .to fill ex- residence Phone (3 rings) 148 I made Its and $2.500,000 exports. wannee Drug Co. d-w

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Joked With the Parson. I Her Limit.' IT AFFECTS ff :RRA (JEL\.., ,
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}('i .' The old generation of; Galloway I I 'I ([ J '
: SomeJ;,ion n1Fah Rev.:; Dr. Henry !
lairds were a primitive and hospitable State Railroad Commission Issues J
t: Ji. .$rsh t\\T'arrenL the. parson, who'mar. .. -: : I r -
t '" race, but their convivality some- Orders to S. 'Aj;Regarding
Tied people at'hotels by, telephonesaying '
U" times led to awkward occurrences. Train Service
: To Contractors and
In former days when roads were bad The Florida Railroad'Commission Prospective BuildersA
"I am a Pittsburg millionaire, emI-
and wheeled vehicles almost unknown has ordered the Seaboard Air Lifle

nently with respectable.a young lady I am whom at the I hope Victorie ,' an old laird was returning to run Its :northbound passenger THE LIVE OAK ,BRICK t & SUPPLY 0.(

from a supper party with his lady train into Terra Cola IB the morningand
enable me to call own.:
you ails my
mounted behind him on horseback.On the southbound passenger..train will furnish Lime Cement B
Will! Vpif'Vnidly; hasten, to our hotel? YOU'your ,
the river Urr ford into Terra Ceia h the
crossing at a < evening,:'or
You will find us in suite 23." : Plaster Laths and.all kinds of Bri k ,
at a point where it Joinsthe sea the that the railroad-company operatea t
The hotel 'chaplain was In his
" great-coat in a minute and a cab old lady dropped off, 'but was not passenger'train tatveen: Terra Cola OUR.SPECIALY: White Sand J4me.Brick. Asih.:
; missed until her husband readied and Terra CelaJ ttncUq1. to connect
whirled him downtown says the New
his door when, of course there was with ti!; orningigcjtbboind passenger -

wireless York .World.were waiting Reporters for, warned him. by, an, immediate, search made. The train? in beginning on or- before The Live Oak Brick & SnpplyANALYZED

party who were dispatched In quest August 1, 90"t:
"I have come to marry a coupleIn
of her arrived just in time to find .
suite 23. said the parson. :
her remonstrating with the advanc- S .
In't Pay Alimony .
"We j
\ have no suite numbered 23.
ing tide, which trickled into her
said the clerk. "Our lowest numberis [-To be divorced from your appendix.
mouth, in these words: "No anither
1 1 will be
100. Twenty-three-tbat's the ere no occasion for It if you
drap, neither het nor cauld."
skidoo number. You have been keep your bowels regularwith Dr. .
stung." Y: ;-, King's New Life Pyis. Their action

Dr. Warren was forced to agree.. Kneaded Earth. is so gentle that the appendix 'never

has cause to make the least
From com-
( the New York Press.)
An Actinic Voice Even old Pliny wrote of "pise- plaint. Guaranteed'by Barclay &

Mr. Martin. was of thosewhosay.of :,. work"!: : pronounced "pee-say-work." Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try

;, music "I don't know anything, It was suggested by the building processes them. d.w*

about it, really but I do know whatI of the ants and the durablewalls
made according to those wonderful ORDINANCE XO 3 i.
like. Unfortunately his lack of An Ordinance amending Section

knowledge never led him to silence. architects of the Insect tribe Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11, be- ...
"I heard a wonderful tenor voice were called "formacle." The ing entitled "An ordinance fixing the

while I was In Paris on summer '; he method was well known to the ancients salary to be received by the officers, .,

,said, with enthusiasm, to a patient, and some of the oldest housesin of proved the City October of Live 6, Oak 1903.,Florida," ap-

. 'friend. "Wonderful! The highest the world today are' of this con Be It Ordered by the Mayor and All over the U. S. iSd in foreign countries the remarkable

"tenor. I ever heard. struction. Roundelet writes of achateau City Council of the City of Live Oak, popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the atteattm ,
'''Indeed!" said thaWttead.., What in the department. 'of Ain, Florida: ties.tad As in a direct some C&8e8 the criticism of Health and PaN Food Artta*I

;.is his name?" France, which" he repaired to' 1764: Section 1. That Section Three (3) tress section by the eonsegaeaee most tmineat Coca-Cola ebemists has,bees and sera earefal.:s aaahssa siasls .b.
of Ordinance No. 11 of at&oce has a derogatory II
the City of- report bee ftturDed. In IK.the eoosmw
Vhy, I can't re4il\hi$ nanae, ," "It was at least {150, years old. and Live Oak, Florida being an ordIn- findmqs ill that-rHERE IS SOLUTELYNOTHING INOOCA-0OL.
admitted. Martin Out the voice the compactness' equal to ordinary ance entitled "An ..ANT MORE HARMFUL TBAN 13 FOUND IN TEA 0&C0Y7 3. .
staYs in my mind.J.Y.. man he I s'one, so that in enlarging the windows the salary to be received by the fixing officers a.CkloaYllle Coca-Cola Bottling Co., JMkMMfilfcTl1Smt ;

-sang way up above the scales with;I and o\her_ apertures the workmen of'the City of Live OOk Flor
perfect ease! Youth's Comp nlon. used the same tools Us in aand ida approved October 6, 1903, be
quarry-" Pie Ii' simply kneaded the same is hereby amended so
as to read as follows:
earth. What is Mexican adobe? ti C _
R'hy'Hp Balked. (Section 3.) The City Marshal .-
(From the Cleveland"Ledger.) ." stall receive a salary of sixty-five

Mrs. Shortcommons-Have some Two-Sided Mr. Ch. rchill. Dollars per month as City Marshal

more of the lab 'b, 'Mr. '\,'lsenham..rMr. Winston and month the sum of Ten Dollars per
Churchill the youthful as Sanitary Inspector of
Wesenham-.No:, I cant bear teat City of Live Oak Florida.
: British statesman is the son of an
it. It was somebody's-pet -Iamb Section II. That this Ordinance We
American Mrs. are at
lady. George Corn- to take effect t aiming
once. Mrs Shortcommons-How ImmedUtelT. :upon its
wallis-West formerly of New York passage and approval by the Mayor. a
do you know, Mr.. "'lsenham--Because I
says Success. I Passed by tbgGltyCouncil this
they must have waited years Mr. Churchill is proud of his 22nd day of April, A. D. 1907.
and years'before they had.the heart CHAS. H. BROWN,
American strain, as Is shown by a Attest
to kill It. : Pres. Council. FOR OUR
speech he made when referred tit o : S. P. MAYS. City Clerkf

as "an emblem of the union of I. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
H &.Lu'k. the two great English-speaking nations : City of Live Oak. Florida do here lOC

(From the London MaiL) ." In this same speech alludingto I by going certify Ordinance that the No.above f 8 was and regularly fore [ Sunday School, Jan., 1,

"Luckiest" man I ever knew! Everything the wisdom of the principle of International passed by the City Council on the-

-wiceeeded with him. He arbitration, Mr. Chruchill 22nd day of April, 1907, and the
had only to say what he wanted and cited the award in the Alaskan boundary same Is hereby certified to the .. We Must Not Miss
Mayor for his
r.e: got It.'by.,, confound It. I was dispute adding that is was "a i approval.
nttaessm1hand'and'sealofaatd! ..
walking with him one day-the cez s. beautiful illustration of the blessed- ig
City this April 2 J f 19071 C :
last. day of his life- --and he said to i I ness.of arbitration" Whereupo ; 'n e. (Seal... .' S. P.MAYS.. 4'::iv. i: '

gin!, "\\ben I die, I want to die sud- of his auditors asked: "Will you;.airy City Clerk. s. P. MAYS" ", int e

2Srd day of
such luck?<> now speaking" ** '-j-f

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