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 4, 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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Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and

I Kansas Report About Same

moll's Franchise Tax Low Temperature

by Big 3fajority-
& F
Appropriation % -
Fair i _
i I Chicago May 3.-All records .for

falls in the i
snow Chicago during
t I.
Interest- month of May were broken'today, and
May 5The
I only once since 1875 has the tem
the senate today was
s Trammell substitu- perature fallen so low on an equal I

ua m the date. Early in the afternoon snow :
which was killed
#*tax began falling and by 7 o'clock eight 1

(t of 17 to 10. inches had fallen. During the evening i
tax on
bill proposed a
,-temal the t
temperature dropped to 34
of, public serviceijjro !
receipt .1.abI degrees, the lowest in Chicago for
of X Pr cent. The sub-
thirty-two years in May with one ex-
.rtkfita* offered by ception.
placed this proutatfcaUof -
d totrodneer.
one per cent. In Iowa.
recess for dinner \ -
for the Des Moines, Ia.. May 3.-Snow is
from 10:30 until
t* luted falling In many sections of Iowa to-

- tbli evening day. The mercury stands at 31 degrees -

hnmmell spoke for three and "Strange, father said he would b. so busy at the office this afternoon and indications as issued by -
subject fulttag 4
.covering Donaheu in Cleveland Plain Dealer. the local weather bureau, are that
eloquent address in ..
u -- th eworst frost of the spring will ,

of his bill from legal and i visit the state One inch of
Senate bill No. 328. by Mr. Neel
midpoints.Hedaon. has fallen in Des Moines.
and Cone also relating to timber and turpentine
behalf of the bilL lands: judiciary committee. Mexico and Guatemata Friendly Re-. In Missouri.

i Senate bill 1'00.39, by Mr. Broome. i I lations Are Strained.
Beard Broome. '
Adams. Kansas City. Mo., May 3.There
and Humphreys New charter for the town of Quincy; I Washington May 3.-Officials are
Hurls IT GOES TO OUR SISTER CITYLAKB was a light fall of snow here and In
under waiver of the rules. -
Jut it. Mr. Buckman and passed j I CITY seriously concerned at the strained northwest Missouri today.
In executive session the senate
.. ppposlng it on the prin- I relations between Mexico and Guate- In Nebraska. i
of taxation proposed. sustained the removal by the gover- j -
f Ueory mala arising from the failure of the
.Beard and Humphreys on nor of J. M. Andrews, chairman of OFFERED SITE AND Omaha Neb.. May 3.-Snow fell

i grounds. the board of county commissioners of j $1,000 latter to surrender under'extradition here and out in the state during last f

'lest of the First, presided Escambia county. for trial in Mexico General Lima, I night, and fruit and other vegetationare i

of the dent At 6 o'clock the senate adjourneduntil given now as killed. i
portion with
(tto major U. D. C, Decides the Question-the charged complicity in the assassination fIn
occupying a 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Harris of former President Barillas. Kansas.
Reports Read at the Session Gen-

i p private member. House Proceedings.The eral Law's Address After a conference at the state department Topeka Kan., May 3.-An inch of
IM final passage was; I
Jack house was called to order at 10 Jacksonville it was stated that the :Mexican snow fell over this section of Kansas
One, Cotta!]. Crew ( Metropolis.) I
.llawey.Keel, Trammell, a. m., the roll call showing a quorum At the session of the convention of government does: not believe It I today, with a temperature of 30 de-

{Foartk, Zim-10,. present. Prayer by Rev. J. P. Hoyt the United Daughters of the ConfederaCT to be necessary to resort to actual I grees prevailing.

Mr. President Adams, Al- pastor of the Congregational churchof yesterday 'afternoon, the follow- rosilities but it is the opinion that .

ff,Beard, Broome, Buck- St. Petersburg.The ing chapter reports were read: NEGROES BEATEN. i
extradition be refused because
may !
BL Clarke Crane Davis Ladies' Town Improvement As- J. J. Finley Chapter Gainesville, ... -x
IdeLc4ary. Sams, Willis sociation of Tallahassee invited the read by Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Lima is regarded as exceedingly closeto

t Rat *f'First-17. house to attend the May festival this Fanny Haralson Gordon Chapterof President Cabrera and In whose Six Were Badly Hurt and One May

i went into executive ses- afternoon. West Palm Beach read by Mrs. Interest Lima is charged with having Dies of Injuries the Mob Gave "

slag Gov, Broward in re- Huse reoslutlon No. 70. by Mr. Harry F. Brown. caused Barrilla's assassination. Greensburg Ind., May 3.-The bit- _

[i. 1L Andrews, chairman ofhis Willis of Levy.-Relating to spread- Lakeland Chapter, by Mrs. T. W. ter feeling against negroes as a re- ;
Ing petitions upon the Journal, was
of Conrad.
county county
sult of an assault on Mrs. Sefton an
charged with grave Southern Cross Chapter. Mrs R. C. aged white woman last Saturday
Memorial No. 15. by Mr. Kirklandof ,
Cooley. night, caused a riot here last night.

to adjourned until Mon- Lake.-To congress, asking repealof DeLand Chapter, by Mrs. G. L. How Railroads Meet the Ruling of Six negroes were badly beaten one
timber and stone act; adopted un- Hord.
the Commission. of whom may die. events In house der suspension of the rules.A New Mrs. J. P.
the Smyrna Chapter, by The mob was formed by three
Mr. Washington, May 3.Followingthe
petition presented by
i passage of the Long bill to was Turner. white men and rapidly increased to
Willis of Levy from citizens of Mont- action of the Interstate Commerce
l e! land being assessed as Apalachicola Chapter, by Miss Mu- 500. Negroes were beaten and warned -
brook, favoring a compulsory'educa- Commission in declaring that where *
i lad sold for taxes and the rat. to leave town.
i sooty bill tion law. temperance instruction in Joe Wheeler of Starke transportation lines afford reduced
which carried on Chapter, by No arrests were made.
schools and other matters. rates on party tickets, as for exampleto
reading Mrs. Crews.
by a vote of 28 tot
debate House resolution No. 71, by Clarkeof Miss the theatrical, baseball, footballand
and was immedito Dixie Chapter by Daisy Bright.

the senate, Jefferson.-For committee on conj The convention met this moring at other amusement organizations, Terrible.cddeut at Dunnelion.
these reduced rates must also be
a i the house considered stitutional amendments; adopted. 9:30. o'clock, and after the reports of opento
the public railroad lines south of A terrible accident occurred at
House joint resolution No. 383 by ,
reading the bill by Mr. the special committees, Gen. E. M.
J Mr. Dorman, of Suwannee.-Amend- the Potomac and Ohio and east of the Dunnellon this morning at 10:30
ffersoB. against fraudu- Law of Bartow chairman of the
'contract. putting the bur- ing section 1, article 16 of constitu- Olustee Monument Commission, was Mississippi rivers today filed with the o'clock. The packing blew out of
Interstate Commerce Commission the ammonia pump at the ice plant
tion relative the seat of
to changing
oa the defendant to granted the privilege of the floor, and I
Live notice effective June 1 withdrawalof and the fumes tearfully scalded Mr.
from Tallahassee
fit faith where cntract is not government spoke at length upon the site for the
Oak; constitutional amendments all such reduced party rates. John Dillard the superintendent,
Olustee monument and strongly rec- I
After that date theatrical, baseball about the feet and legs and filled
House bill No. 369 was withdrawn.
> mad a fight against the ommended the Lake City Park, which
football and all other amuse- his lungs, from which he sustained
U It opened the doors to will be named Olustee Park, and the
ment companies will be referred injuries that may prove fatal. Mr.
Vrt bit motion to postpone Paring Contract; Let. city will donate $1,000 to assist in
Dillard is brother of Mrs. T. M.
the regular prevailing tariffs or Individual a
*. tott oy large majority. Waycross Ga., May 3.-The contract building the monument.As .
fares. Moore of this city. The colored helper -
IlL the house this for the paving of the triangular the village of Olustee was not at
was also painfully injured by the
rtrodnped a constitutional blocks of the city has been awardedto any time within the precincts of the
ammonia.-Ocala Star.
to removes the state capi- the Georgia Engineering Company, battle ground, the battle being fought TO HOLD OPEN SESSION. escaping

Oak, of Augusta, which firm is,now paving within two miles of Olustee Station,

committee on approprla- Plant avenue. and extending all the way to Lake House and Senate Adjourn Until Mon Drink.

*4 this evening to report I I: City, convention voted to place day. A poem for boys to read. Was

|3MH appropriating $15.- Taking of American Cotton. i, the monument at Lake City, those opposing Tallahassee, May 4.-Farrls, of composed by a man in the peniten-

jrtoe the Florida state mid that site not rising to be Duval, 'introduced resolution in the tiary put in for forging a check while

r at Tampa, for two years New Orleans May 3.-Secretary i[ counted so that the vote was practically house this morning, requesting the intoxicated: .

member of the committee Hester gives the taking of American unanimous. joint committee examining the Internal A bar to heaven; a door to hell;

*H to the bill, which waa i cotton by spinners throughout the ''i I Mrs. C. G. Allen, president of the I Improvement fund to hold open Whoever named it named it well;

-"*' rted by the senate corn world as follows In round numbers. I I Stonewall Chapter, of Lake City, and I sessions in tbe future. This committee A bar to malnliness and wealth,

This week 224,000 this year, I Mrs. Laura D. M. Thompson founderof has been holding sessions with A door to want and broken health;

pr that chapter, supported their res- closed doors in order to facilitate A bar to honor, pride and fame .
edinga. against 213.000 last year 228,000 I
olutions upon the site for the Olustee their work and enable them to makea A door to sin and grief and shame; ,

and debate of the year before last. j monument in a very able manner. full report before adjournment of A bar to hope, a bar to prayer
!$5bstitate I.
franchise bill ocD Total since September 1, this year, I A record motion was made and car- the legislature.Both A door to darkness and despair;

of the time ol I 9,964,000 against 8,819.000 last ried that the Olustee Monument Com- the house and senate adjourned. A bar to honored useful life,

__ of ,1Z K to b ng flaally killsst -. year, and 8,987.000 the year before.Of mission be Instructed to mark the The house meets Monday morn- A door to brawling, senseless strife

.a I0. Olustee battle field with a suitable ing, and the senate Monday after- A bar to all true and brave,
s resolution this Northern spinners and
endorsin boulder. noon. A door to every drunkard's grave;
Bryan for the press g Canada took 2,291,000 bales this This monument is to commenoratethe A bar to joy that home imparts

ti mete d by a vote of 17 to t year against 2,064,000 last year and most prominent battle fought on Last night a number of earnest- A door to tears and breaking hearts;

1.723,000 the year before; Southern Florida soil in which 2,000 Federal minded boys met at the Methodist A bar to heaven, a door to hell, t

bids were Introduc-. spinners 1,882,000, against 1,778,000last soldiers were killed, and the Invading parsonage and organized a Boys' Whoever named it, named it welL

b 1 forces entirely routed. The real I League. The following are the of- Sam Jones said the saloon is the

No. =l6, by Mr, Baker year and 1,651,000 the year be- field of battle was two miles this side ficers elected: A. G. Evans, president Devil's recruiting station.

the relief o7t t fore; :and foreign spinners :5,791,000, of the Olustee Station. I! ; T. S. Baisden, Jr., vice president The man's name who composed the

and other; against 4,977,000 last year and Lake City was the seat of the official -: ; Council McDaniel, secretary; above poem is Curtis Johnson. Jeffer-, ,
5,413,000 the year before. hospital of the Confederate force. John Hildreth treasurer. sonville, Ind. ..
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tti b.ek ..l -- PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
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,.'.,-,,>& j -sy LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA J
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saT M sit N t1... ,
N s'I.1* DR. J. W. WEST TO

SS.IC.GXX8AKD Ir I Physician and Surgeon.Office .

KZD9XTCU1UL : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. -
Residency at Ethel HoteL PERRY, FLA., -

art,*>.. ww.401tak ._ r \ Residence.No.23 or 168. F
I M *tfc rt k-u tfc* Drug Store(Barclay: &Groover No.16.
Il... ..d 1 wit r. we feel sure we can give you the ON
W. A b.1U. st 1..= w..awrsetr'rlsi1.1. I
..,$e.;Isr i ia E. BROOME, ,greatest satisfaction. There is an
M added stiffness and a glorious gloss MAY 6TH.
put upon our work that enhances the

I LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY.rsiEss ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. your pppearance linen. and Bring lengthens your Shirts the life, Collars of- .
----.- Cuffs Handkerchiefs,White and
win practice attention to given all the to courts Conveyance of the State., Collection Special Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our I Come one and all and enjoy your. j
of Rente.Etc. AU business promptly attended Laundry, and you will have them selves. Music furnished by the Su- .
I to.NOTAET PUBLIC STATE:AT LABGB. quickly and carefuly done In a satis- annee. Brass Band. Don't miss
factory manner at a satisfactory :
YESThat's price. hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

M. DIXON, freshments.
'''' L. ED. DAVIS Gen. Mgr.B. .

[ One of Our Lines"Notions DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE .. J. MADISON President.G. .
Music Teacher
Shirts, Hose, Underwear.
Ladies and Gents Furnishings. We
represent Watts Bros. Co., Lynch- Practical FOLEY'SAND
burg, Va., Success Lines. Successful -
merchants should have Success WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER I hare opened up a barber shop
goods in stock. One of salesmen I I 35 year's experienceGood I OB Ohio avenue, In the White building
will gladly show you the full line of stock of Watches always on hand. HOr I and solicit the patronage of the
.--.- -- j white people. Shop is newly fitted
[Success Goods I !up and everything kept neat and
L.E.ROBEKSON. The I clean.

F LAXATIVE cough remedy. McQneen & Griffin.

Success Shirts will surely sell ATTORNEYS-:- AT-:- LAW.
Success Underwear do well For coughs, colds throat and lung J. F. WEBBPAPER
just Will do general practice in State and troubles. No opiates. Nun-alcoholic.
Success Hose and Success Ties Federal Courts. Good everybody. Sol4 every where. HANGER DECORATOR
Successful men and women get wise. Boons i AND [Ur-STAWs-LBWIN BviLDlNG.I The genuine -
far abit foot next week. 'PEONS No.ISO. I FO LEY'S HONEY and TAR U in Will be glad to furnish estimate*
OAK. : FLORIDA.OLtUiI9Nj1YA.mTA Refuse substitute.
LIVE Yellow package.
I on work,and will guarantee satisfaction -
Prepared only by at best prices. Reference: 8.
,W Commission Co. i I Foley A Company, Chicago A. Hinely Live Oak. Call At Democrat
Brokerage & ,,.
City Pharmacy.j!| omLIVE \:
dares Cola! a" l
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.a ., .. .. 3rs _
''..7st a -

". SATURDAY, MAX",4* 1e0T.
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f Instead of looking, upon happinessas K .

Published every Afternoon something permitted as favor, a 'iL Suit

Except Sunday.J. sort of dessert at the daily,meal, we TJ| t -

should' regard" 1is' a'positive duty! *
God never put his children into the Seen .-
"' world to be miserable.Notwithstanding .
Entered at the Postoffice, Live Oak Hotel and CottagesHOT
the fact that he Mineral Springs
Florida as Second Class Mall :Matter SplendidWe
.. "
November 7. 1905. sends trials and griefs for our dIsci- HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASS GOOD TABLE. GOOD SEDS. "; V

"ii pline and for our advancement from WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND


experience, he sends in far, greater REASONABLE *GULF. CONNECTION' TUSEO WITH ALL TBAIUS
numbers Joys and fruitions that form at
I mailed 'to ,any part of ,the United the staple of earthly existence. The ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORID LIVE OAK ,

States, postage prepair for $5.00 bright days in our lives outnumber

, per year; $2.50 for six months; the dark ones; the happy years ex- $12.00TO

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents ceeded the years of sorrow. We sit

for five weeks, in advance. Delivered oftener in the house of feasting thanin
to any part of the city by HIGH SCHOOL ; ;
the house of mourning. ; ; .
. "f carrier for 10 cents per week.: Whatever may be our Inward vex- f Coo Things! ,-

ations, or utward. annoyances,. the Notes of General Interest.
Keep on working for Live Oak and duty of looking happy, of wearing

we will soon reach the 10,000 point. cheerful countenances, is laid upon us . I I . . I . $25.

all. Nobody has the privilege of going First" Grade--Mis McClintonWe .0.0Y

People who advertise in the Daily about with a gloomy face. Nobody before
are sorry to have her go
Democrat say it certainly brings has a right to inflict his gloomy
Alta Denard.has moved park.
them business. moods upon his companions. If
school closes.
things go wrong in business, 'it is a 3
We had hoped to have closing exer
,, Why not stop all this fuss about man's duty t cises at end of school but have been
the "unwritten- law" by having a leave the issue with God and to ,carry
1 j forced to give it up on account of
, member of the Florida legislature home ft pleasant smile and an even
sickness among the pupils.
write the blamed thing. temper to greet his wife and children.If .
We are glad to have Harry Lee,
things go wrong at home it is a ,
Hugh McDaniel. Eulalie Sanberg
} It is only a matter of a question of woman's duty to make the best of
-i Earle Parnell and Adelaide Skipperin
f' time until Live Oak will be the capital whatever comes, to anticipate better
school this week after an absenceof
city Florida, and that time may things tomorrow and to cheer her '
sometime on account of measles. 1 The best woman in the world
'not be very far distant, either. husband and children by her own
t- Mrs. Will Lyle was a visitor to our ; could not make good bread if'
bright aspect. As for children, God
room Friday afternoon. We were she didn't have good flour. The
i The Louisville Times cruelly suggested bless them! they are too near heavento
glad to have her. 1 best woman in the world could-
x that a simplified veracity be wet blankets, and they are hap- '
n't make good butter if she;dld-
r should take the place of the simplified py .without, making an effort, thus
Third Grade-Miss Mann. n't have the right kind of milk
spelling fad at the white house adding to the happiness of the world.
i, j. Christian Herald. Zennie Lee Keen has recovered < to churn. Neither could the
from an attack of mumps and returned best woman In the world make
I\ The tariff tax on Bibles may cut
; i some figure in the next campaign. Williams Jennings Bryan has been to school Thursday. ; good cake if she used salt for

i Free trade and free salvation would drawing immense audiences in Ver- \t e have been very busy reviewingthis < sugar.
1. We have to be prepared to do
}- Journal. mont where'he received week.
be a good slogan.-Atlanta only 10,637
with the well and this applies to ; ;
t in Vista McCullers Is very ill [ things
... votes 1896 a proportion against
I', ti" The plan for a Cuban standing him of 5 to 1. While,not much ofa measles. We hope she may soon be everything. For instance, Roberts '

i army is a failure. After a trial it politician in Vermont Mr. Bryan is with us again. Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.

has been clearly proven that Cuban admitted'there to be one of this coun- John and Mazie :Morgan who have ] ', have six big specialty factories

I armies will not stand without being try's greatest statesmen.In been battling with the measles for ; with a daily capacity of 4O.OOO

chained. some time, have come back to us I < pairs. They employ expert '

; spite of laws and good officialsto again. We are pleased to see themin ; ; workmen, use the best material t I

i The "Mikado" music has been cutout enforce them, the pistol toting their usual places. in all their shoes, and the latest
\ \
from the band selections at habit continues to flourish and It is Louis Lazarus "was absent several < and best machinery is used. .A- .
a hoped, that the American delegationto days this week. They are prepared to make good :

relief, I the Hague Peace Conference will The boys of the "A" division have ; shoes, that's why'STAR BRAND

t :s position.. not be embarrassed by being requiredto been very prompt this week. Only. SHOES ARE BETTER." One I Ir

tell of our failure of disarmamentof one tardy and one absent. of their shoes the "QUAKER,"

', for women, at'$3.OO is,the best --..--- -
c "The .
Quoth a rural exchange: the pistol toter In America.It 9/110/ H A E LS-STEER
fact that Socrates was a great man. \Sixth G Notes. ; ; shoe for the money we can find. t FINE CLOTNIxfv

not the > The Star on the heel, and- the -. ,
though hen-pecked, does prove is absolutely necessary for Every one is very" busy getting :, ----
f that he might not have been greater whole people to pull together to build ready for the final examinations. : word "QUAKER" woven with

without the hen." a town. If one pulls in one directionand We are sorry to report Lizzie :Mc- ; ; silk In the facing are guarantees After getting oI '
l another In the opposite direction, Cullers ill of measles. Agnes Wallace -'4 that the "QUAKER" Is honestly and superb assort

Louisiana is trying to settle the common sense will teach you nothingcan has just recovered from measles I constructed and will satisfy. I M

question of how long molasses will be accomplished. Then lets get but can not return to school on ac- Come see them and. "WALK ;new model SackSsisi

sustain life. Judging from pioneer together and begin to do something: count of her eyes being weak; OX STARS." j critically examining
: history, the children not only livedon And the time to do this is right now. Evelyn Conner bas ,been out for >
materials and thehandtailoringif
I i
it, but grew up into strapping -Palmetto Record.Representative two or three weeks on account of her ii i a

6footers.A eyes.Vivian ii you t:

s Dorman did the Carter is ill today. We hope
the bestjs}
:say they are
Missouri woman is suing an proper thing yesterday when he Introduced she can be back Monday.We :i .

editor because he said in an obituary in the House an amendment' were all .very' much shockedlast DOWLING TUMBER & you ever saw forthe ze

that her husband had gone to a hap to'the constitution to move the State Saturday to hear that Archie you will be an excepts

pier home. tI never, pays for an Capitol to Live Oak. Keep your eye Carroll had been so severely woundedby 'hundreds ,of knoW

editor to say what he thinks whent on Live Oak and watch for further the accidental discharge of a gun dg,

writing an obituary.-Bloomingtown developments,along the line of prog- that hid left hand had to be amputated. NAVAL l STORES[ : i who have seen, boughtI

(111.) Partagraph.A ress, enterprise and push. "Some- The entire room sympatizes with are delighted withMICHAELSSI I

thing doing all the time" in this city. him in his misfortune and hopes he

gentleman singing himself "No may be able to be back again before 11

Ax to Grind" says that sweet potatoesare school closes. [
Official Vote.
selling in Jacksonville for twenty- COMPANY f

five cents per bushel. He !ought to The following is the official vote JOE CURRY DISAPPEARS

ship some down this way. They are for state senator in this county on [IN{ CLOl11IiiGIn

retailing! here for sixty cents per Thursday, May 2nd: Serving Jail Sentence He Escaped and DOWLIXG PARK FIiA.

Peck.-ocala Banner.A Johnson. Tison. Becomes Fugitive From Justice.
. :. . .
I .
Live Oak . . 94 45 (Miami News.) this noted doWwill

correspondent to the Ocala Daily Union, .0':. ., . 5 7 Key West is all agog over the es- In the

Banner suggests Capt. John L. Inglis, I I Clayland . . 13 16 cape of former City Clerk Joe Curry, been free jail and then he would have. find better mate-,
of Dunnellon for governor. Mighty Luraville . .. 10 12 whose disappearance from the island he has become act as he pleased. Now better tailoring, better:

good man, and the Democrat wouldbe Branford . . 9 12 has proved a sensational mystery. a fugitive from Justice,,
and If the pardon issued and betterfit-to!?
pleased to see him governor of Leona . .. . 4 'IS The Key West Citizen of Saurdaysays carries withit a :

Florida. He would make a scattera- Padlock . . 9 4 : any conditions', it will be revoked. other apparecostirti

tion in Tallahassee that would really Houston .. ,9 5 "Up to this writing Sheriff Knight when His she mother was frantic with grief same. The garments*
of his ,
amount to something. Wellborn . :. 16 3 2 has heard nothing of his missing prls- escape yester

Middleton . 2 2 oner. Last night Ifwas rumored that day it Is certain that she knew here to prove it. |,
nothing of his
The Columbia State sighs for a Suwannee . 16 1 i the telegram relating to the pardon 'ihereabouts.Vonderful .
typewriter that "will not balk, kickor Hickory Sink v ... 13 : was a fake. Sheriff Knight wired \ ;

buck and which would . ... Eczema Cure. *
spell cor- Pinegrove J6 9 Senator Harris, and received a reply "Our little Fashionable Springnew Og
rectly under aU fingers." "A type- O'Brien .. 10 18 that the pardon had been granted for boy had eczema for five hands .
years, writes N. Four-in
writer of a kind and gentle nature Burlington . 1 11 the penitentiary sentence 'only A. Adams, Henriet- -
ta, Pa. "Two of and Ascots;
would be worth hundreds to any man Pinemount . 6 8 We interviewed the sheriff thismornng said the our home doctors Squares bng&! ,
case colorings
who uses one." Why not try.keep- Rocky Sink . 15 7 in relation to the matter. He" was hopeless' his lungs Spring 59ctoS1.51 (
being affected. We effects ,;
then some
Ing fingers off typewriter? employed
your states that Joe
Johnson's majority was found to be Curry was working other doctors
Then maybe she wouldn't balk and just like the other.prisoners. He no benefit resulted. Spring Shirts&&
13, and it was so certified by the canvassing went By chance we read and
kick, would spell better and be kind board, which met Friday to work as usual yesterday morning, Bitters; bought a bottle about Electric ings in madras rlj
and gentle. Savannah :Morning and walked and soon and regular ;
May 3rd, and canvassed the returns. out the gates as if he was nticed improvement. stykJllJp
News. / going around to the front of the jail. this medicine until We continued plaited bosom, $1-w.vJ i

The sheriff complains that he is com- were several bottles White and fancy W jSfi
Two Boys Fined for Vagrancy. used when our boy
The Tampa Northern Railroad pelled to work the prisoners, but no pletely cured." Best was com- single or double br 1|

Company, who are building a line of Jesnp, Ga., 1layTwo white provision is made for an .overseer, medicines and of all blood flannel or wash mate

road north from-Tampa, have stated boys, of about 17 and 15 respectivelywere and consequently the prisoners must tonics. Guaranteed body building health handsome patternsdressy$1.50

:positively that if the Trammell franchise arrested here this morning on be given a great deal of liberty. Groover Drug Store. at Barclay & to *5Jy"\\|

tax bill should become a law, a vagrancy charge. They claim to be After the telegram announcing his 50c. d-w &

t they will abandon work on the new from Spartanburg, S. C., and gave pardon was received they gave him as See our windowSpring J'

toad. W know of other railroad their names as Louis Bossy and R. L. much freedom as the ordinary county The NOTICE Hats and BabaJJ
City Council
building 'in Florida that would be Borden. They were given a hearingIn prisoners are allowed, and he took advantage journed session will meet In ad- it's interesting and vo_.'-.
abandoned entirely or postponed un- the mayor's court and fined $a ,of the, opportunity, to make oflock on May 6th, at 10 -
a. m., for
favorable season should and costs, or fifteen days on the his the purpose of re-

til the a legislature more enact an unjust law streets. escape o one can understand his" action.t Instating been wrongfully any names stricken which.may have BUTLER II"MENS' !

levying an extra tax or burden:upon Ince the pardon has been received tration list. from regis

their proposed Investment. Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. be had only a few months to serve s. P ,MAYS
II. City Clerk. ]


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,,CJBO\1CLED READERS FOR.DEMON Biggest Bargains Ever Known! _


jive Oak and SuwanneeLM WILL BEGIN MONDAY :
Gathered by the Demo-. APRIL 29TH. ,

i f* sat Reporter" and will last THREL DAYS If GOODS hold out

i I. Everything from One Yard _

jot Tuesday is the city election. to, Ten will o on THE REMNANT TABLES AT HALf PRICE

Park, is in
I:IX;JleFaxland. of the

j,*,dty today._. i This means a general cleaning of odds and ends for us. and a big saving for the far-seeing house- -4 i

f.Lj. D:- Radford Is reported + wife.

,It ti'j 0.with fever. 1 These remnants consist of Lawn, Madras, Percal, Gingham, Batiste, Bleaching, Linen, Chambry, ...
\r._a his T.morning.Mattox went, to Organdy, :Mull, Ribbon, Lace, Embroidery, in fact, Everything with 10 Yards and un-

:f'rifle --. ; der will: go at Half Price. i i
Rixford, was here
fy IL Driver, + ,

i [No Goods CHarged at These UnHeard of Prices. *

I J51jttieWill Allen, of Rixford, COME EARLY, FOR THEY MA ONLY LAST ONE DAY. .0. I

4'here today.' i ;

L Bryan, of near Pinemount, +

!* G-'V>. Turman, of Suwannee, : _ c _
today' i"Hiin 11 mi 11 in ii iiiiii' I 11I11I1111111 F I H I 1H I .lilt'I H i n 1111II Ii' 1111 i in 11 u M HMJenkins J 11111111111111.' '"
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"-: : Fred Bremer has been quite sick Rev. F. Pasco, of Live Oak preached W K. White and wife, of Alton,' the man suspected of killing -

IL Speer of Lake City, Is In the for the past few days,.but is reportedsome to large and delighted audienceslast who have been visiting, here several Starling at Pinemount,. was ar-
r today. better today. Sunday morning and evening at : days, left for Jacksonville this morn- rested yesterday and lodged In jail.
the Presbyterian church.-Lake City ing. Mrs. White is a sister of '.Mr. I Habeus corpus proceedings will be Instituted -

Isis Moore of Alton, was here Mrs. Curtis Grubb of Live Oak, Is Index. Lester Reed, also J. Johnson.. Monday before Commissioner .

.J visiting In Lake City, the guest of Broome, to secure bail for the de-

friends.-Lake City Index. SUNDAY trains over Live Oak, Everything for the dining room. fenant.

I Qmit court will convene here one Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leaves Side-boards, dining tables, chairs I .

t from next Monday. Mrs. J. O. Harris left last week fora at 8:00 a. m./ and 130. p. m., ,returning matched make a handsome combina- Yesterday afternoon the Junior
visit with relatives in Live Oak and at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents tion. J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. Camp- League was reorganized at the Metho- '-

8 JOB want to sell see J. M. Bailey Madison.-Lake City Index. round trip. ; bell, manager. dist church, with the following officers -

rnceased,auctioneer. He sells. ,, : President, Miss Maggie Bals
{ 1 T Capt. E. C. Horn came over from Miss Julia Cone, of Live Oak and I For a night's good rest,. buy one of den; Secretary, Miss Elise Evans;

1i i U V.Blanton,of Perry, was In the Falmouth, to spend Sunday with his little nephew, Eugene Wasdin, spent our celebrated White Knight Mattress 1 reasurer,Miss Anna Belle Lyle;

r today,a guest of the Ethel. family.-Jasper Banner of Liberty. several days here this week, the guestof I, .- Nothing:. on earth equals It Organist Miss Lucy E. DutilL Miss

Judge and Mrs. Br H. Palmer.-: J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. Campbell, Vivian Evans, superintendent' of

;d 1 1.0..Peebles of Dowling Park, If you want draying done' or 'a "Lake City Citizen Reporter. i manager. Juniors. The devotional meetings will
E .le ri steray on business. 'trunk carried to the depot, "right be held Sundays at %:30p.. m.

quick, phone 129. W. N. Boatright. Those having any eye complications FOR SALE:-One complete saw-
[ !0 RENT-Furnished and unfur- will do well .to; call at the I mill outfit Including new forty- -Mrs. S. Joyce, 180' Sullivan St.,

rooms,t address 'R" in care For choice meats and groceries, Ethel; hotel on Tue&d9Iay: 7th, and I torse-power boiler. Apply to W. H. Claremount, N. H., writes: "Abouta

a #saoctif: tf call Phone'"hV.. A. Parker- pro- see Dr. Armstrong, the well-known Lyle. year ago L bought two bottles of

prietor. d-4-6t eye specialist of Jacksonville.Cold I r Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa
I.3o inson.,pt Femandina. was .: Col. J. B. Johnson, the newly elect- severe case of Kidney trouble of

''tidal business, and register- Deputy Sheriff L. G. Hall, of Sanitary, Clean, Cleanable 'ed state senator for this county, will several years' standing. It certainlyIs

t it the 1.thel. O'Brien, Is in the city today on 'official Oderless, and has duplex, circulationthe :go to Tallahassee Sunday, and be on a grand, good medicine, and I

business. White Mountain Refrigerator.Sold band Monday to take his seat with heartily recomend It." City Pharmacy -

Nt W. B. Davis, of Perry, was only by ). B. Barton, & Co., H. L. that distinguished body of lawmakersOtto d-w .
i today, en route home from Old reliable "Alex. Parker ask Campbell, manager. i

Qty.IL your 'patronage. Call phone 212 for Kirchoff, one of the oldset Thursday night there was a fine

31Ofl fresh meat and groceries. d-4-6t Prof. Wallace has been confined to members of the third house at Tallahassee fish fry at Johnson's Lake. Among

Levy Lee.has been Jn Talla- his room for ;a" out three weeks with .: and who bids fair to rival Pat those present being Mr. and Mrs. C.

several days this week, on "The chest with the chill in it," I a Bevfff- case: of measles: of which he I Murphy, Spottswood or Peter Knight, N. Hildreth, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. O.

White Mountain Refrigerator. Sold tad a relapse. We are glad to note;passed through this morning, enroute Williams, Mrs. Lawler, Mrs. Cunningson -

only by J. B. Barton & Co., H. L. fce is improving. .to' Tallahassee. He was loaded with Bulah Moore, Adah Mae Roberson -
[M-Jones, a prominent naval Campbell manager. t I facts and figures to defeat the county Bulah Moore, Adoh Mae Roberson -

ton operator at Salem, was In the division of Volusia county. Carmila Grubb, Natalie Black,
Ladies, I have just opened a dress
rdar. Kate Crouch, Hattie Mardre, and
Complete'suits, odd dressers, washstands making room in the Lewin building I
rockers, With the exception of Saturday Messrs. B. P. Coachman, H. J.
iron chairs
.beds. and will be glad o serve you. Satis-
> K. White will move to Live etc J. B. Barton & Co, H. L. Campbell faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. evenings, a majority of the merchants, Bunch Dr. J. M. Price, J. M. Wynn,
r! 114 build. He is now in Jack- I of the city have adopted the early Jim Lyle, Will Hopson, Howard
manager.Dr. :MRS. RIGHT.
'01 a visit Mfe !closing hour, 'and close their placesof Balsden, Willie Dowling. They had

r business at 6 o'clock. Saturday a splendid time and plenty of fish.WALLPAPER.
and Mrs. L. C. Ruter left Tues- Mrs. C. T. Ansley, who has been
.T.Q. Bradford Is visiting her day for Live Oak, where.they will spending some time with her parents, nights they are open until about 11

e *fw.Mrs. Porter: at Live Oak.- make their future home.-Madison I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blackburn, left' o'clock.
w Recorder.rtt "
: Recorder.Mrs. the Atlantic Coast
this morning over
.- Why not live comfortable? You
-- Line for her home in Broksville. When in need of nice wall
For convenience pa-
Mrs. T. S. Balsden return- Wellborn this live only once. your
McEvoy went to t
g Jut evening from few w e have water colers, Ice cream per call on H. H. PETTY, at
g a days F. L.
morning to visit her sister, Mrs. Walking up Howard street today
hckaoa.tUe..3or freezers, mosquito nets, and the cele- CLINTON MEEK'S MARKET.
t-, -i Walter, and will enjoy a fishing party Just west of Chinese laundry, we
I brated Ice Saving White Mountain
the just opened, and,,
e.Mrs. store
p noticed a new ------
Refrigerators.! J. B. Barton & Co.,

$$ 1 Winkel, of Jacksonville, is on old inquiry reliable., found was by Phone the H. L. Campbell, manager. fWri o Book flog News N GO.

V quite sick at the home of Mr. Suraski. 212 d-4-6t
Rev. C. A. Ridley and Sid Hinely .
Mrs. Winkel was visiting guest at
3 ; -- are the champion fishermen this season -
the Goffln-Sufaskl wedding. Cold Drinks
Yesterday they tried their luckor
T science whichever you desire to
AND The first move in the direction of
UNIMPROVED Wedding call it. and landed forty pounds of Ice Cream
securing the state capital for our city
d : fine trout in a very few hours. .
't is a thorough cleaning up of the .

t tyReaistake.y streets and alleys. PresentsFOR Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is best

for women and children. Its mild NUT ICE CREAM .

V ''f i $2.50 wagon seats, new., at J. M. : THE action and pleasant taste makes it

o Bailey's, the Auction' House, for,I preferable to violent purgatives, suchas :Per Quart 75c

$1.50. Other things in proportion.Be I JUNE BRIDESOr pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet

ms Uc.E EIOUR. quick. if' and a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy -
Other Cream Per
-). i d-w ,
Miss S. A. Randall, Madison, is
I' those who choose Mr R. H. Loner, who is conductIng Quart 50c.
the charming guest of her sister. the month of May. Just
establishment at Live
a jewelry
tfiT Mrs. S. A. Hinely. Miss Randall has look in at our exquisite
hosts of admiring friends in Live Diamond Pins, Brooches Oak spent Saturday and Sunday in I Delivered any here in the
15 and }(m?s. Watches, t I the city. He reports business good -
Oak. Bracelets Etc. Every- and that Live Oak is in a flourishing City
thing in Jewelry. Our I II I
condition.-Lake City Citizen Re-
PROPERTY? J. D. Radford and brother, of Lake custorrers are always I i

WITH City. have returned from the mantleof I pleased.RADFORD. I I porter. Phone 199 when wanting 4

river, where they
the Fenholloway : Kidney complaint kills more people Cold Drinks or Ice Cream
Us. the Gulf.
enjoyed a splendid outing on
'than any other disease. This Is due
They had a glorious time fishing, I to the disease being so insidious that 3 3FIoiia
camping and hunting. hold the system before -
it ge tsa good on

iELL1YCO. :Mrs. H. C. Cunningham and Mrs.J. The Jeweler v Cure it is will recognized.prevent the Foley's develop-Kidney I Bij ooK k and News Co.C. <-

: J. Elliott, of Savannah, who r'eat of fatr.l3euse :: taken in time.
been here on a 'visit to their sister .LIVE OAK. FLA. City Pharmacy. d-w c. cOOK, Prop.rr ;.
Room 3. Mrs. Lawler returned home today.

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FLORIDA RAILWAY 1 --There is The a man Inverted.In Pittsburg who I)Live.Qak M'f' ]

scaIDULi. will occupy the house a few .

s CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. $Y. ANB A. C. L. RT. AT LIVE OAK. of w&ich he has used during his .

kEAD liP.No. bachelor days says Harper's Weekly.He Manufacturers of
takes the greatest pleasure in

..S $o..L Nat N ..Li6x.dFgt showing his Intimate friends about
- Wail Mail Local Fet Lumber Shingles Ice Electrfe J
,arAioalEz s. the place and is especially delightedat r ,

pt. e.v..I7.. Ex Dail7. Ezcrpt3anday. Sunday.T the astonishment they express Power and
reached. He Turpentine. -
when his own "den" is
has always been a quiet studious .J -

30 3 m S 30 P_,""- Li Oak-..... ..-Are 10 SO a m 6 40 P.a fellow, but has refitted the rooms Electric Lights in ally part of the city furnished -=

7 50 a m 7 U P mtv p orr 3 f.. 10 30 a m 6 ZO p- gives the appearance of the lounging or Business Houses at very reasonable rate. EIeetzi or

L. ._..__---1... 10 ZZ a m 6 00 pm place of a regular rounder. There for
B CiS a m S 54 p. StoLekley I day and night current manufacturing purposes.
p.'L.' : !.. f"10 are racks of long pipes: photographsof
81 S 56 rt.4 20 a m C e pm
Ice-out of .
and retail City orders
about the chimney Wholesale have
...I. actresses.are
... .
mI. --- 10 10 a m C 40 p m
134 a m 4 08 p Sirsad glass; a shelf of beer steins runs tion. and all orders promptly filled.
W'!martb.----- _.- .LY. 10 00 a m C ZO p mWg.47th
S 40 a 1ft C It p m the and a
-so 1.... ...-r-Ar. all the way around room We will give good prices on few
a 11! few feminine gloves handkerchiefsand you grid: }
... '.....'ri e130 .
Az -- -
-- and
10 a a m m L. -r uxrs __ fans are scattered about. flooring. Come get our prices. lJ.

Ar.--.. ... WibDuotJa.... "Great Scott Jack!" the last vis- "
SO a m W'A!. itor gasped "where did you get this

57am 415pm
1000 s m lZOpmL. same," approved October 6, 1903. be line drawn at -

10 1. a.. 23 p m Lv -Sawannee Biftr-L... 66 a m C 11 piliU outfit and why?" *' and the same are hereby amended so SSTSSSi75to
zsN07OOd. f.. "Bought out a college fellow. as to read as follows:
%G a _I t ao II lit L 4S a m 3 51 p m was the complacent reply. "Just "Section 1. Horses, males hogs the northern

- I .MQo.-.-..... 1.... 9Sia $4s be allowed to run street
shall It
3 m as
_ to" a m t to p m ------- --- -p. think how pleased that dear little and goats not now staac2rsz
j0jL.' ..--M 'r. she sees all this at large upon any of the streets alleys rifht angles to said ohiu
girl will be when '
f lanes or unenclosed property of feet to white street hda
alD 1.Az.. ...':;'-.. ..... truck and thinks how much wickedness the City of Live Oak. and that.cows Uon in said ? oa
10 is a m
L... she has won me away from. shall not be allowed to run at large excepting (
At.... -Ka70--
11 05 a m of .the streets lanes or across the north
::4C;;; ..._..... a.b1IYlam u. 937am l40p_ upon public any highways of the said City, or Parshley- family j Dtrht

sa. ...... Customers.We within which Is
44lpmtT [ a30am 325pta Notice to Our other unenclosed premises included U Sala

Lv--"._.......Road_ Lv25 a m 3 II p m are pleased to announce thatFoley's the following boundary in said Cityof and within the iroa ieaot
tl a m 111 4 b. p m .. Tar for coughs, Live Oak Florida to-wit: said burial groanfl.
a-koki_ :.--L... Honey and where Irvin Section IL
mL.-: 106 a m Z 45 p- Beginnig at a That aaa
.1 46 a 10 p troubles is not affected -
f. .. ....1... colds and lung and First streets intersects and run- proceedings shall be tests*?
9 00 Z S5
Slam It pm" cbDJtr- : a m pm by the National Pure Food and ning south to where Irvin and Carroll name of the City of U bl

.. a m I' Z1 II m LY 1C :-- I Y. a 51 am 2 20 pm Drug law as It contains no opiates or streets intersect, thense east to cordance with the prow*?*

L.___Fenbolktway_-'--"' .Lv845 a m 2 10 p m otter harmful drugs and we recom- Houston street thence south along Statutes la each case tr
16 a m 35 Y.6 Houston street to John street, thence sided, for the pure
II a m s n'p.'L"'! -n. _.....-L.. B 38 amI S5 pm mend it as a safe remedy for child- east on John street to Church street, out the provisions **$V

' I A __ Perry-- _..--L... 810 a m 1 ZO Pili ren and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance.
U U m S IiO p m poration line thence east on corpora- Section IIL That Ok ,

tion line to White street thence shall take effect >tpoa its
4 ( Flag Sution. (r) Register. (a) Regular Stop. (a) A Good Suggestion.Over north on White street to Howard the Council and apps

'*eney Station T. P. AUTOM. SBperintendent.EBB. four years ago in DeSoto street thence east on Howard streetto Mayor, or upon its ,

e Genera er Agent. county I. E. Cooper was convictedof a point opposite Georgia avenue ordinance without tie ap\J
l thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.
.. the crime of murder. He has tl
avenue to the northeast corner of by lldensu
three times been taken close to the Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson, and PUKJ i

TO THE gallows and then repriever by the thence due north along section line Council In regular redaa,

gove ntr. to a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day of lpra.i1CHA3.REE
thence west to and along Fifth streetto
Nothing has ever been done in
Atlantic Coast Line railroad President( '!
JAMESTOWNxposition the case and for four long years thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:

the man has been in the county jail.A Coast Line railroad to First street S. P. MAT. <3tyCS erL

writer in the DeSoto County thence west along First street to I, S. P. Mays. City cj
City of Lire Oak.TteWil
point of beginning.
that the legisla-
News now suggests "Section II_ It shall be the dutyof certify that the aboreuiU
ture be called upon to pay the boardof the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance Na 57 mns l

Cooper while he has been In Jail Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council g*1 |

since his conviction as he has been City to take possession of and placein of April, A. D. 1H1, aids

1 a constant source of expense to the a pound to be provided for that is hereby certified to the
purpose any horse, mule hog or goat Us approval
via the county. found by him or them running at Witness my band ul ttta
The News fixes the amount at over large upon any of the streets alleys City, this 8th day of i&J

three hundred dollars and then highways or other unenclosed property 1907.

states that the legislature sheuld be within said City and likewise (Seal) Z1.ZE
AtlanticCoastLinePeople take possession; of and'place in said
called on every two years for relief Examined tad
pound any cow found-by him.on_them appros
as there Is no other probability than running at large on any of the streets, this 9th-day of ApTO 1 1!

f that Cooper will live to a ripe old alleys, lanes, public highways or M..E.BROOU,!

in the DeSoto county jail.-Miami other unenclosed property of said
Florida thc Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- age
all over see
City of Live. Oak within the bound-
Two Metropolis. aries prescribed In Section I hereof." C. W. Wt1S
ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. '

daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. Disturbed the Congregation. Impounding"Section VII.stock For under-catching this ordinance and- TRILQTailoring

.' the City Marshal shall be en-
-The person who disturbed the con- titled to the fees
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson gregation last Sunday by contlnualy For catching and impounding horses done at Roboss j

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. coughing is requested to buy a bottleof mules and cows fifty cents per head antee store. Prompt
goats thirty cents per head. hogs one
Foley's Honey and Tar. City tlon jcaraateiFOLrISltillra
Coach excursions at very low rates. d-w dollar per head. For feeding and
taking care of such stock while in
For further information see your nearest railroad agentor pound for horses, mules and cows he

write, Frank C. Boylston District Passenger Agent, At Setting The Date. shall head each receive, for forty hogs cents or goats per ten day cents per '_

tantb Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. An author was once called upon to per day per head each; for advertis- 1&.1d.1 NI."r-
ing and selling such animals he shall
bill he owed. The creditor
pay a receive the sum of fifty cents for

spoke strongly, and insisted upon horses mules or cows per head, and A LIQUID Cod1

some definite date*>being mentionedfor for hogs or goats the sum of twenty-

Live Oak Perry & Gulf the settlement "Certainly", the five cents per head each. The word"hog"
under this ordinance shall be
author replied, "though there seemsto
taken to include "pigs." LAXATIVE GOi

Railroad Company. be a rather unnecessary commo- Section Ha. That this Ordinance

tion about this trifle."i 4 will pay the shall, take effect Immediately upon

Schedule Effective, April .7, 190..... bill as soon as I think of It' after receiving Its passage by the Council and ap-
proval by the Mayor to
as mules,
the money which a publisher
horses goats and hogs, but shall not
WUT BOUND s EAST BOUND will pay me in case he accepts the go Into effect as to cows until 60 days THE

1ST.Ct..t-88 ,,2>>. CLASSI 1ST.CLASS 2D.CLASS novel which I will write and send from its passage by the City Council.
Mail k Fames-Frt. and Mail & Passen Passen- Frt. and him just as soon as I feel in an ener- Passed by City Council in regular
P... .eI' P.... Paaa. trer cer Pas.No. session this 8th day of April. A. D.
-- getic mood after a really good Idea .1907. IDEA t2'l.
.1. No.5. No.a. No Z. NQ.6. i NQ. 12 No". for a plot has occurred to me.-" I CHAS. H. BROWN,
Sunday Daily ex- Dally Sunday snnday Daily ex. President City Council.
DaI17. Only SIJnday. ex. Sun Only only Sunday.r Birmingham Post. Attest:
A.11. P. 1L P.M. P.M. P.M. A. M. A. M. S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive 1 Arrive Arrive *, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the ltd CLrw DM'
8 00 1 ao 2. ..........._.._....U... Oak_..................... 4 30 5 601 10 oo 9 40 A Xarow Escape. City of Live Oak
B 13 1 43 I 54 ..._............_RoekySink..........__._ 4 16: 5 38 9 46 9 19 Florida do hereby kducca
I 81 8 148i 300 ......................._5tarr....._._..._._..... s 412 t14 9 42! 9 13 G. W. Cloyd a merchant, of Plunk, certify that the above and foregoing "A Cold or a Coal
b Z2 192 307 _........_.............Mercer..............__..... 406 530., 938 90782S Ordinance No. 56 was regularly coastipadoa--
155 3 15 Platt... i 935 903 Mo., had a narrow escape four years passed -
8 204\4 830 ::::::::::::::::::::Laneaster'::==::::: ; : : fs! 926 1 850 when he hy the City Council on the 8th day eyes, nose and threat
L. 8 Ar 2 09'Ar I 40 .m....._........ Dohoc Park......-......... Lv 1011... 9 18 L. II 40 ago, ran a jimson bur into of April A. D. 190, and the same of the system thro+teh
......... ..... Park ....._..._.... Ar b 13iAr fs
Az 8 L. 4 45 Lv 4 10 Dowling 'Ar 9 ; iii 12 Us ttumb. He says: "The doctor hereby certified to the For the Want of tools
8 t 49 .15 ..............._.....__......__..... 311. 808 his Mayor for "
8 452 4 11 ..............._.......Ben_........._..__.._.. 54161' OSI i 806 wanted to amputate it but I would approval. dry and hard.
II i! t 57 t ..............m.y.FO Junction-....._. r..... 500.'. 9001! 804s not consent. I bought a box of Buck- Witness my hand and seal of said are constipataf.cs t

9 a s : 4 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::.Day-::::::::::::=:::::-.:: s 325 s 5 OO Lr : sssl I 7 58 len's Arnica Salve and that cured the City this 8th day of April A. D. Opiates. K.nasd7 a

.9 5 4 46 ...:.............._.......8110.............._........ II 19 t M 8 49 7 35' 1907.Seal Tar moves tha seKENNE
1 52 --Townsend S 15 4 40 8 45' dangerous wound. 25c at BarclayS )
: :oolt : 12 ::::::::::::::::::::: ..Smith ...::::-.:::=:::: 2 5R 425 83&\ ; :: S. P. MAYS.Examined .

U'' 5 b 27 ................__Fenhollow.y....___......... 2 41 C 12 8 f 53 Groover druggists. d-w I City
10 10' 6 6 00 ......._...m_ ...._Perry..._._._._.... I 30 4 CIO I 151 6 40 II and approved by lame
25 15 ...__._.._Hampton Sprina................. 6 10 I this 9th day of April !
I1 M. 1.Ap'Ap.. :. LL\..5rLp.a..w.LL 1 k.45ILi.f M. A. D. 1907. LAUI
ORDINANCE No. 50. M. E. BROQME. Mayor. f

An Ordinance to amend Sections
!, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the ORDINANCE XO. 57..
City of Live Oak. Florida being an An Ordinance providing for the HONEY

Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to establishing opening and extendingoJV1iUr.ltreet
;irohibit the running at large on the In the City of Live uu Relieves Cold h a+

A trt.A .Pass.. Pamen Frt. .I Fri PuseD Passes .streets of tte City of Live Oak of from the east side of of the system the i
Pas. I P... ger see Paas. I Pasa nr gerNo orses. mules, hogs and goats, ando Ohio avenue eastward to White the bowels. re
/ : provide for the impounding and street In White's Addition ,
.7. No ,. Na i1.1 NQ.1.. Noa 8. I No.1' Na 14. No.16. disposing of the City ten hundred to said -U Refl.'es Cock
Daily Daily ,Sunday Sunday Daily Daily Sunday SundayexSunex.San same, passed and thirty-two strendthenin= i
Only Only ex..SIJD.I exSna Only Only Sep"ember 30th. 1903. and approved (103%) feet said street to be fifty the throat.Chcst is,

A_ JL P. 1L. : L P. ..... K. I P. M. A. K. P. K. Octnbr 6th. 1903. (50)Be feet In width. i
I 1t.1' Be It Irv
it ordained [ CrowtInsneasa
by the Ordained
Leave Leave Leave Arne Arrive Arrive Arrive Mayor and by the }layor and
4 :to! t 40 530 ._May.Jnnetion.... ......_. 1 58: a ZO II Wi 10:: City Council of the City of Live Oak City Council of the City ,
.101? wi 91i3 543 ....--.............._.Clark..................... 7 39 303 842 152 Florida: Florida: of Uve Oak. Colds, Lent + > a!
9 36: 5 061 10 03 5 53 ................._P.teno_._.__.......... 7 27( I 53 8 32 142 Section is '
Section 1. r.m.dy tHaney
5 10 00. 381 1. 15 605.-Mayo..s '7 15. 240. 820 1 s0r10 la. That Section 1. Section That Wilbur Street In Tan
10 M 540 ArII 25 .. 700 L. 230 L. 8 10 L. 120 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance the City of Live Oak. Florida. as It sad AlrtupMl5e.5
No. 16 of the City of Live now stands, be
8 Regular stop. Connection made at Bowling Par for all trains to and .Florida, being an ordinance entitled Oak. established from opened the eastern, extended side and of oratory/ of L 0. Sr

Live Oa and Perry. formation as to connections with An ordinance Ohio
from IJor to prohibit the'run- avenue In said City fifty feet Sold by
other lines 'phone or call on Central Passenger Agent 'phone 147, Dow- ning at large on the streets of the In width. at right angles with said at

Building. Live Oak. City of Live Oak. of horses, mules. Ohio avenue eastward to White street
ling hogs and goats, and to provide for In Whlte.s Addllton to the :
mOS DOWLIXG, President. 1:. P. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. the Impounding and disposing of the of Live 0 k.- the, northern boundary said City- LEYS
of which
_Bald extension shall be a tlss co"11' -

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i i i tf 1111 n i i 111111 i i i i i The Czar's Opportunity.
A Good Time to Help. I'
\ All appears to depent on the.socia Mrs. W went shipping one afternoon CLINTON & MfflK l
democrats and their
ABOARD willingness to and little George taking ad-
unite with the more moderate const vantage of her absence, committed

tntional democrats in the proposals many misdeeds, says The Chicago
which both rightly regard as essentiaL Tribune. On being told later of his

i One of these is political am- i misbehaviour, she promised to little "

Airline Railway. nesty. U is a subject on which the truant a whipping. Wholesale and Re-

whole of Russia is profoundly moved Evidently pondering over the
E From both doumas and from all punishment which
was to visit his
Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, parts of the empire the cry for am- bad
[Savannah, ? conduct, never once did the tail Dealers in Florida -
Richmond Washington Baltimore nesty has continually gone up to the guilty
i Raleigh, boy raise his head during the ,
Philadelphia and New York. czar. It is another opportunity ,entire supper, but when the meal
which fate has granted him to save was
i 14> I finished he Immediately stole up and Western
his dynasty and perhaps the country to'bed. .

TWO rlE6f\NT\ TRfllNS\ DOILY\ from word ruin.he could Will secure he take the it?respect By one If Kneeling His mother at the Walked bedside softly, his behind little

not the affection of his people. Butas hands'
joined and the little face turn-
yet he has flung away the oppor- ed up, she heard the boy's. prayer: EATS
seaboard Express Seaboard Mail tunities one after another. It he "Oh, God, mama says you like little

flings this way he will immensely children. If you want to help a lit
-- strenthen the hands of the extremist tle boy, now is a good time." I

f Pullman I \.London Chrinicle. ? But God and mama heard the :Phone 24.
Modern : : Equipment. .
.. I prayer and Giorge's request was
Stop Grumbling.If granted. Promdt deliveries
you suffer from Rheumatism or

pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment Do You Love -
f Jamestown Exposition Line
,he i will bring quick relief. It is a sure your baby? You wonder why he anywhere in the

r NORFOLK, V/\ cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Cgn- cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
I tracted Muscles and all pains-and Vermifuge and he. will never cry.

Excursion Tickets on S?ie Daily + within the reach of all. Price 25c, Most babies have worms, and the City.
50c, 51.OU. C. R. Smith, Tenaba, mothers don't know it. White's
Tex., writes: "I have used Ballard's Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
Snow Liniment in my family for years worms and cleans out its system In'
J. full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent
if Seaboard for or wnte, I and have found it a fine remedy for a pleasant way. Every mother should The Great tieadaclie Cure.BromoPepsin.
all pains and aches. I recommend it keep a bottle of this medicine in the
BOYLSTON, Ji;.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville, Fla. "
S.C. for pains in the chest. Sold by Su- liouse. With it, fear need never enter

1 i I t I I I M'I j j j j H.UR wannee Drug Co. d-w her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su-

wannee Drug Co. d-w "Note the Word Pepsin **

.1 In the taproom of an'inn near Lon- The "Four Georges" of Englandwere CURES Headache Indigestion
: SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis also kings of Hanover, a .lihomB'i, Seriousness
) t' :: don is a sign which reads: "NoticeA province
man is kept engaged in the yardto of Prussia formerly an independent -. On the Spot.
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. I do all the cursing and swearingin German state of 15,000square Ho
; broad enough to accommodate all and this establishment. A dog Is keptto miles. The German Federal Opiates Absolutely Hirmkss l

Council, however, decided last month, AH DrtgguU. lOt tit. ui Mt
; do all the barking. Our potman or
I HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: chuckerout has won seventy-five for the second time, that an English for Sale By

L-The young folks with their small savings. prizes and, is an excellent shot with dine cannot become reigning Duke of The City Pharmacy
BrAswick unless he will renounce
., The breadwinner striving to accumulate fund the revolver. The undertaker calls
2.- a throne j LIVE 04K, FLA.
his claim to the of Hanover.
for orders. The Lord
to:procure a home, or a competency for old age. every morning
of 4123trwHri.THOMPSON.
There is no longer any kingdom
helps those who help themselves, but
i-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and Hanover. It ceased to exist in 1866,
r the Lord help those who are fount
the income provided.
themselves in this establish- when it was annexed to Prussia as a
t-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.. .. ment.'* father of the present Duke of Cumberland & WARRENDrays

;r FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida i{ The Life Insurance then king, grandson of Hanover.of George He III.had'received was- and Delivery Wagons.
Furniture and Lumber
the throne on the death of William moving
muddle has started the public to
that IV. in 1837. Hauling Specialties.
thinking. The wonderful success
.4 has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupn Don't Pay Alimony.To STOVE WOODAny

: its crusade on Coughs, Influenza. be divorced from your appendix length delivered to part
Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles -
here will be no occasion for it If you
-has started the'public to thinking keep your bowels Tegular."Vrith Dr. of ity_ promptly. Give us your

of this wonderful preparation.Ti King's New Life Pills. Their actions busines. Phone 55.
are all using it. Join the procession so gentle that the appendix never

Oa..a and down with sickness. has cause to make the least com

Price 25c 50c and $lOSold by i>lalnt. Guaranteed by Barclay & I H. J. MORRIS

Suwanee Bru:: Co d-w Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try
Contractor and Builder
Intl them. d-w

Sir William Wightman held officein Apply for plans, estimates

the old Court of Queen's Bench in It has been calculated that the cost and specifications.Office .
For SicR Livers London far beyond the prescribedtime of a muddy day in London is something -
on Ohio Ave.,A. C. L. Crossing
and at last, on the eve of the like 25000. This is not sur- 3

"long vacation," he took a sort of prising, says Tit-Bits, when one remembers i

A PURELY VEGETABLE farewell of his brother judges. How- that no fewer than thirty-two GO TO

COMPOUND -_ ever, when the summer was over he tons of mud are carried about from s

turned up smiling at WestiministerHall. place to place on the wheels of carts T. J. CLEMMONS

"Why, Brother Wlghtmas," and carriages and horeses' hoofs. Ar- ,

QUICKLY CURES SIA. LVERTCCHILLS and said Mr. Alexander Cockburn, "you ter a wet day the dry mud brushed

i ALL told us that you Intended to send in from people's clothing amounts to

TORPID A GUARANTEED LIVER and CURE IMPURE for all BLOOD.diseases One produced bottle pur-by your resignation to the lord chancellor fifteen tons and a very similar For Fresh Groceries '

end of "So I amount Is shake nout of the door mats.
}cus d today may save you a akk spell tomorrow. before the August.'
did," said Sir William; "but when I City mud, however, has its good

CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER I went home and told my wife she said points. The shoeblack increases his and Best Florida
earth do earnings in the muddy weather, and
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Why. William, what on you
j think that we can do with your messing ::- new silk hats and dresses and boots i
Mr. W.A. Whitewall, Emory. Tex.,
writes: "My child had chill and fever j about the house all day So you and shoes are each and all the direct Meats at the

lot loor yean. We tried all kind of !see I was obliged to come down to outcome of its destructive qualities.
oedidnes.and finallyaa acquaintance of 'court again." -
V mint recommended Herbine. We used I
My Best Friend. *

cowto I If You Don't Alexander Benton, who lives on I West End Market
: Rural Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y., .
fell*recommend Herbine to all mother succeed the first time use Herbine says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is

hYtB{children afflicted a*mine. aid jou will get instant relief. The my best earthly friend. It cured meof t
[UMl BOTTll. Me GET TBE CHTCUrtBALURD griateat liver regulator. A positive
asthma six years ago. It has also Phone 169. Fr'e Delivery.
SHOW LINIMENT CO. I sure for Constipation, Djspepsia.v performed a wonderful cure of Inwife. -
Chills and all liver comp -
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. t.\ -ilaria. The first bottle ended the terrible -
Live Oak : : Florida
'aints. Mr. C-., of Emory, Texas, ,
cough, and this accomplished
wife has been using Her-
writes: "My the other symptoms left one by one,
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY bne for herself and children for five i iyears. until she was perfectly well. Dr. i
It is a sure cure for constipation -
juwannee Drug King's New Discovery's power over,
Company. and malaria fever, which is sub-
:--= coughs and colds is simply marvelous. -
stantiated by what it has done for
r ." No other remedy has evereuaed
:S P80 ,, 3it+TION, man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to my famil}." Sold b> Suwannee Drug it. Fully guaranteed by Bar-

-k lerebj given that at the fill unexpired term, caused by re- Co. <*-w* clay & Groover, druggists. 50c and

t pt7 Election of the moval from Wards and resignationof $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w
LuL Ozt. Sgwaanee County I "Wildcat mining stocks are not altogether -
told Incumbents. worthless The teacher of a school near Providence j
oa the firact useless or
; L a. 190T, at the Given under my band and seal I either," said a downtown broker, the R. I.. received the following i

nber'and la manner and the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907. other day as he hung up the telephone interesting instructions from a certain I

''s lnscrThe4 V iaw. the folmeert (Seal) M. E. BROOME, received. "Here's a man who just of- fond mother. She had just nov- |
e of said Mayor City of Live Oak fered me $50 for enough mining ed into the village from the city and j

tR wed for and. elect J Suwannee County Florida. stocks to have a face value of $50- was most solicitous that the well-bred i i

4lot'. Clerk Treasurer Attest: 000. He wasn't particular what stocksh manners of her little daughter Muriel'I

alkd or lame person; S. P. MAYS Clerk got if they only had a paper valueof should not be contaminated by con- .
t ; a, Marshal and Live Oak. Florida. 50000. I closed the deal and tact with the country children: "AI- :

flUed by '.-, ------ shall make money on It, too. What ways see that she has your best attention ,
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I'Alde peris ," said she, "and be very careful ;ax
: such stocks!. Well,
rman with
from Ward IIMI i M ii ii n ii ii ii i >* did he want that she asoclates with no little : FRIEND TO FRIENDThe
but that
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Ward No. I haven't the slightest
m Ward_ No 8- ; : DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; he is getting ready to go into the child that uses slang, which Muriel personal recommendations of people
WuC No. | t,bankruptcy court and wants to show has never heard. Above all do not who have been cured of coughs and

Wud 1\o. 5; anY 4 J VETERINARY. \ \ his creditors where his money has lave her sit near that Williams boy. colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
City < been dropped. We often get such re- I I knew his father in Providence and have done more than all else to make it s
at Large; Solicits your patronage Offie usually able to fill (confidentially) trey're a punk lot, staple arti ; to fill 113lill quests and are
exAlder- at residence-Phone (3 rings) "
the whole push of them. of the civilized world.'LI'E .
$ a1. ardee, them."- New York Sun. ; a Urge: put

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t 3. Song-League. of electric llgh'gave an elaborate l -

I CHURCHES 4. Leader's talk. effect to,the cant py. NOTICE f
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5. Prayer.
I Rabbi Jacob*}, of Jacksonville officiated F-r -

] Where to Worship Sunday 6. Song-League. and the bridal party entered To Contractors and Prospective Builders C
7. What the
Open meeting: (1) and stood under .the canopy, first

',' . . !.' . . League has meant to us as individual I i came the groom Mr. A. Coffin, with
Christians. UVf OAK BRICK tf
The Baptist Church. (2) What the League is his best man ,Ir. Abe Suraskl, fol- & Slimy t

.O.A. Ridley, doing In our church and community lowed by the bride on the arm of her
for salvation and help of others. father who her will furnish Lime Cement Bt
Sunday-school meets promptly at gave to the groom. you your ,
945 a. m, S. P. Mays Superintend 9.8. Song Benediction.-League..- Next came the mother and sister of '-*, Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick
ent. the bride who also took places under
the canopy. .'** ,OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask fern'
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.,
by the pastor. Second Advent Christian Church. f I'% The ceremoaT pronounced by Rabbi :'J
'! Preaching by the pastor at 11 a.
Invitation is extended to all to at- i Jacobs was very impressive, lasting
m., and 7:30 p. m. "The Spirit of The Live Oak Brick & Supply
tend these services. |for thirty minuses. First pronouncing
Forgiveness that the Child of God .
his senteijres in Hebrew, and
must Possess" will be the theme at
then I I I I I j I
Union. them
Baptist Young Peoples translating fluently Into
the 11 o'clock service. At '1:30 |
English, all present were enabled to
Miss Katie Broome Leader... o'clock the subject will be: "Is j
( get the full benefit of the ceremony.He .
Subject: "The Power of the Con, Heaven (he Home of the Saints If '
spoke of the mystic bond of matrimony ...
tented Life," Not Why Not?". I
explaining at length the
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1. Song. Sunday-school at 10 a .m. /
of the ring and the wine._
2. Scripture reading, Phil. 4:10 Prayermeeting Tuesday night at II SOUTHERN Cl
to 20V 1:45 o'clock. I After the ceremony was over, the BUSINESS
party and guest all repaired to the
3. Prayer. Cottage prayer meeting at Mrs. AV.
dining room where a
4. Song. C. Starr's home next Thursday nightat
I luncheon was served. Dancing feast- i _
5. Expository notes on the lesson 7:45 o'clock. "
ing and merrj-making was
by leader. The public is cordially invited to .
to a late hour and all the
6. Reading: "How to Learn to be attend all of these services. guests I
tad full opportunity to enjoy themselves -
Contented.-R. H. Haddock. While we differ with a great many t

7. Song. people on a great many subjects.
8. Paper: "The Secret of Content Remember we differ with you in a The bride wore a beautiful dress of

ment."-Miss Mamie Broome. Christian spirit. We hold no perm white lace and carried a large bo- I ..rt

9. Incidents and Illustration o sonal ill feeling toward an\. Your quet of flowers over the bridal veil.

the lesson.-Union. presence is always appreciated. The groom was dressed in conven-
tional black.
10. Remarks by any one. +
11. Roll call. Episcopal Church. Out .of town guests present at the + -
12. Offering.Song. Services wedding were: Mr. ,and Mrs. Saul +
at the Episcopal church tomorrow
13. at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.Sundayschool Coffin Mrs. ',Weinstein and Mrs. Win- SPECIAL ANNOUNCES!
14. Benediction. I at 10 a. m. kel and children, of Jacksonville; It t

The Union meeta a\6:30, one hour All are cordially invited to attend. Mr. Lenin, of Charleston; Mrs. Levy

before preaching service. I and children of Charleston, Samuel jwill
Tte Woman's
Auxiliary will meet \\\ Fo.
Let all the members try and be present Monday at 4 p. m. i C. Rice of Savannah; Sam Huffman next three months a FOUR MONTHSi30*
of Charleston 51 be'issued, good in ANY DEP ARTME .
and we can make these meetingsvery St. ; Mrs. Buttkowski and
Luke's Guild will meet im-
interesting. i mediately after adjournment of the children of Atlanta; M. Edelstein of ;;!! Special courses in all Departments have been so sr ::

I Auxiliary. These are very important Ocala and M. Folks of Fernandina.The I; student entering on this special offer can finish within tile

Methodist Church.H. meetings and all members are earnestly I music of Mrs. S. Coffin was a + scholarship.This .

Dutill..Pastor. | requested to be present. special feature of the evening's en- is an opportunity which you cannot afford to- .

9:45 a. m., Sunday-school J. E. I I tertainment she being an accomplished TI Do you wish your salary increased Enroll With**

:Wood. Superintendent. Tomorrow is i The Coffin Suraskl Wedding. The mu bridal:clan. !: J J help you to a good paying position, or get a better one tfcs"
"Mission Sunday" in our school, let party left on the morn-
I The wedding which has been previously ing train for CATALOG.
Jacksonville and St. i I WRITE FOR
us not forget the boys and girls less
was one of the
favored than ourselves. I Augustine and will be away on their I

11:00 a. m., sermon followed by prettiest weddings that has occurredin wedding tour for two weeks or more. '
Live Oak
for some time. As all t
Their COUI
the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. the Jewish weddings are very beautiful dina. will be Fernan- SOUTHERN BUSINESS
2:30 p. m., Junior League. Let all i
ceremonies when carried out ini Many Live '
tte Juniors rally to this meeting. Oakians were also resent !
i i full. This one was especially pretty
at the
3:30( m., Epworth League. OAK
p. :, since it was carried out in strict accordance ,

7:30( p. m., Evangelistic service. with the Jewish custom and JLM.flftTTONPresident STErflf I ,."
G. S.
Good music and a sermon by the
the f
,. preparations had been given very Mrs. E. N. ...awler. gave a party at
pastor. careful attention. DowI &.t Park last night in
; honor:! of -
Epworth League. j A large canopy half as large as a I II her..s.sters; Mrs. Cunningham and I

i I room was prepared under which the Mrs:Elliott. A special train took the
Miss King Leader. = !bridal party were to stand. This gay crowd to the Park. Those [Taylor Carmita and Annie Grubb, Peter Leli. C

"Accounting for Our Time." 'canopy was, beautifully! decorated and being Mrs. Lawler Mrs. Cunningham going, ine'Rye Porter, Hattle'lIardre. Ola Gird. Bynum. Carl

1. Song-League. Mrmmed with liberty bells, one large M-s.: Elliott; Mrs. Cora Stephens. Mrs. NatalIe Blacks Slay Robinso n, den, Jim Lyl*.

r 5, Responsive reading. Psalms xL. ]bell hung from the center under Crouch Misses Daisy Sanberg. Sallie Eulah Prank,Jdoore. Messrs. Jack Taylor,,, :(Hams, Will HQi'

Blackburn Marvin Butler,,, / Willie DosliIIf

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