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 6, 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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The Railroad Companies Say They

)embers Carry Ont Their Hope to Soon Have the :New Build-

lm the Resolution ing Under Way
An ta lh.rmony
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May 5. The surprise Mr. C. H. Brown is keeping right \

week without question pa 1 t behind the railroad companies in the "="

t fjwtt** of the Farris resolu- effort to have them build a new union I

day la the house of repre- depot here and the prospects for com ,

iaslsting upon open sesf .vv- mencing work on it at an early dateis

appoint- brighter now than ever before.
committee .
joint '
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home and senate to Inti 4h."Srudder. On April 29th. Mr. Brown wrotethe J.:
transactions of the in- Atlantic Coast Line and the Seaboard

prvrement board. The vote, officials, and the following are

toj&iated copies of the very encouraging,letters
||, wu no less a surprise ;

for a resolution to the received: _

| Feet Utrodoced by Mr. Mc- "Mr. Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak _

bad been lost in Fla. Dear Sir:-'1 beg to acknowledge
f fit&am, ain't savin' nethin' fee mel"
_ some days before, without receipt of your favor of April

-mltaitted to the senate, the -Donaheu in Cleveland Plain D al.,. 29th, in reference to the new pas-

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i resolution having been con- senger station at Live Oak. I believe
ROOSEVELT TO RUN. hear understand that this company is
The resolution Introduced borough with others yet to you yin

r by the Junior member from TALLAHASSEE LETTERFLORIDA'S :i from. favor of erecting new depot and -
Ex-Senator Says That RepublicansFear
tfffen from the former resolu- The fact that Mr. Dudley of Tills- I think I advised you sometime since

ttMt It U simply a house resolu- Election of Bryan. : borough is.opposing division and Mr. that the :Seaboard Air Line Railwaywas y

t b u binding in one way up- London. May 5. Ex-Senator Decker also of Hillsborough. knownas preparing the plans etc.

[joist committee as a concur- Stephen W. Dorsey formerly of Ark EXECUTIVE E MANSIONTO the sponge king is fighting for "I have not heard from them recently -

stloa would be. because it ansas now of California who has BE FORMALLY OPENED Pinellas county developed a rather but will communicate with

with it Instructions to the just arrived from New York thinks WEDNESDAY I amusing situation in the house when General Superintendent His againon

that the candidates In the next presidential the and that will
cben who constitute a ma- | the matte rwas at white heat. The subject hope we
will be Mr. Roosevelt soon the station under I
tthe Joint committee, and campaign vote Wednesday upon the indefinite have way.

t At mnt that the senate mem- and Mr. Bryan. FIGHTS '. postponement of the bill was 29 to 33, know you can appreciate that it takes

M oppose the open ses- "Mr. Roosevelt" said Mr. Dorsey."is COUNTY DIVISION and indicated how closely the lines some time to get matters of this kindin

ivtfcs is not asserted, the ac- a candidate for re-election and I are being drawn. Mr. Parkinson, of the pepper shape. Yours truly,

th four members from the has been a candidate for .some time, .Volusia, made a clever reference 4) ".J. ,N. BRAND

til ebey&C the instructions of The impression is growing that he Is secession in his speech against indefinite "Gen. SupL, A. C. L."
liar situation that has developed in Injunction Snit Against the Internal
that appointed them would postponement, which doubtless
i the doors'of |he committee ,the United States in the last few Improvement Our Trustees Discussedby caused these who were wavering to "Mr. Chas. H. Brown Live Oak

Hut the policy of the house years. I am convinced that he'Is the Regular Correspondent rally to the support of these latter FlaDear SlrI have your joint

i will be, two of them having only man with whom the Republicanscan day sessionists and the bill was saved letter of the 29th ultimo and I must

Itftlut the Farris resolution, beat Mr. Bryan. by a close margin. Pinellas countywas apologize for the delay in handlingthis

t to W seen, legislators being "Though I am a strong Republican, (Miss Jefferson Bell.) today created by the vote of the I matter which has_escaped my
I believe that Mr. Bryan would makea attention because of the fact that
I to their opinions as to wheth- Tallahassee May 3.-The featureof house announced since the above was

tfcout can in this manner comctiou good president, ntwithstanding he the May day celebration in old written. 0 Now it is for the senate to our engineering department has mat

of theirrepresenta- has queer ideas occasionally. He is Tallahassee to take place this after say whether it shall be or not. ter in band getting up plans. I have ,

the strongest man the Democrats today called upon them for these
i tie joiit committee
noon will be a parade of the goat Mr. Calkins of Nassau Mr. Willisof
i list pUce the Introduction have and, unlike Roosevelt he does plans, and will let you hear from me
teams so numerous in this pace. The. Levy and Mr. Matthews of Marion
around with the bik stock. I at an early date. Yours truly,
NI0IEIon by Mr. Farris was go good old English custom of celebrat- for, and Mr. Carter of Alachua
"Just before leaving home I had "C. H. HIX,
i U those who did not know :ing May day has been kept up in against a bill to provide that examinations "
with several Republican "Gen. Supt. S. A. L.
petag to be presented, and interviews I Tallahassee, although for some reason for admission to the bar shall be

i *Uh which It went through leaders. Their chief fear is of Mr. three days of grace this year have taken before the supreme court entertained

the leu a surprise, and Bryan's growing strength. I don't been added to the date. For many the house several hours otherwise and that the complainantmay

i cleat gala In strength re- thing Governor Hughes would make years Lewis Park has been the scene Thursday morning. Although there have such other' and further re-

Ikia the Ting of the house any show against him. I don't think of this fete, and under the splendidold was a very determined effort againstthe lief in the premises as the nature and

t uully carried with It the Mr. Bryan would be able to raise a oak, known as the May tree successive bill, it passed through the ordealof circumstances of this case may reqiure

tare, the exceptions only larger campaign fund than Mr. queens of the May have been Indefinite postponement and wentto and as soon as this Honorable Court

the rule. U U in addition Roosevelt." crowned, generation after generation the engrossing committee. shall seem meet.
"May it please this Honorable
t errsUUxatlon of theta lending some fair maid to reign fora Today in the senate :Mr. Trammellis
BRYAN ENDORSED. Court to grant unto the complainanta
the house which Is de-
day. Through the corridors of making a valiant fight for his
perpetual injunction injoining and
Instead of prepara- memory they come trooping, these franchise bill, which has met with
MW uUl the close Florida Legislature Endorse This restraining the said defendants, the
of the
play-queens, crowned with roses the most determined resistance. Mr.
The fire Great Leader. said trustees, and each of them from p
which have dipled and rosy with girlhood's grace. Trammell is bright, able and ambitious -
bets hat little Tallahassee Fla., May 6.-2 p. m. selling or otherwise disposing of, and
accomplish- Many of them are gone-some are --that he has a world of deter-
house this morning adopted from pledging, encumbering, or
tatrcetic ones of the legis- -The withered, and old-some are now mination is shown by the fact that he
'**h loves without opposition, Mr. Zim's resolu- otherwise charging, for the purposeof
are determined r
budding into womanhood. Sad it is has gone up against a proposition like
Wiliam Jennings drainage or reclamation under
lour tion endorsing
weeks shall
that: the proposed measure to tax franch-
bearer for any contract with any other person or
ssnetklsg the standard
Bryan as
besides the pas- "Beauty all must fade, even sceptres '
>** charter bills and a gen- Democracy in the next presidential rust- ises.The trustees of the internal Im- corporation or otherwise, any of the
lands granted to the said state of
km at the close of the election. Roses and queen must crumble into provement fund have scored a very
ttt labor contract bill Florida under the act of Congress of
The fraudulent
flL7 expenses Incurred dust- marked victory in the United States

|*th of doing nothing. The passed its third reading, as did alsoa Yet through the shadows once again circuit court in the injunction suit September 28, 1850."
ol The essential part of the order is
the matters eonfront- number of other bills. Their ghosts steal forth o'er memoryto brought against them before Judge

IgWa.tue js appreciated by The senate meets this afternoon, reign." Swayne by the Southern States Land as follows:

i sad representatives, and and Hon. J. B. Johnson, of Live Oak. Governor and Mrs. Broward will & Timber Company. Governor Jen- "It is ordered that the said defendants
""w Napoleon B. Broward, A. C.
tH down to business is will be sworn In as senator for the formally open the doors of Florida'sexecutive nings arrived last night from Pensa-
fro a R. CroomV.. H. Ellis, W. V. Knott andB.
day to day. The last seventeenth district to succeed J. mansion Wednesday with a cola and brought with him a copy of
b7 far E. McLin and each of them be and
been the busiest of New Ian, deceased. large reception to the legislature and Judge Swayne's order which cannotbe I
and are hereby enjoined from selling or 4
white the results to the people of Tallahassee. The regarded otherwise than as
to a taxation which is far stronger than disposing of any of the lands (excepting t
artaia extent negahdlcstlons and mansion is not quite completed, but sustaining the position of the trustees.
the sentiment was in the senate, one hundred thousand acres hereInafter g
ief are that for the the governor and Mrs. Broward had Governor Jennings as counsel for the
tbI $5do even in that body there were a num- mentioned) patented to the
a there U going to long planned to entertain the legisla- trustee has made a brilliant and j
Oarplisbed ber who voted with the majority state o1. Florida by the United States
In one house ture in the new home. The first floor determined fight to sustain the position -
fir, sad to against the franchise tax bill of Senator under the act of Congress of September
bit both. is completed and presents a very he held as governor and as a
h.5 Trammell whose views are not 28, 1850, not heretofore sold or
tommented upon genlt handsome appearance. It took eighty- trustee and now as legal .advisor of i
Re particularly against that class of leg- I disposed of, and from pledging encumbering
h4tloas between the one years to convince Florida's legis- the present board, and is being congratulated -
M kayo islation, and who might vote otherwise or otherwise charging the f
been nnusual- lators that the governor of Florida upon the order entered by I
eo tar if bills were presented in which same or any part thereof, for the purpose
Ia the session. should have an official home, and the Judge Swayne.
Isrena the principle were maintained with- I of drainage or reclamation, Under
hr lure been settled legislature of 1905 deserves the The prayer of the bill for injuc-
w tto out certain objectionable details. It any contract with any person or
Lonses modifying thanks of the state for Its action in tion in part was as follows:
tO sit is true that no bill can become a law corporation, or otherwise, until the
the opinion of I I providing such a home. I "And that in the mean time the
I; a without the assent of both houses I further order of the court. The said
camber of cases. At County division still continues to said defendants, trustees, and each of i
s Ike, and the approval of the .governor, trustees shall, however, have the
h evidently a afitate the legislative mind at Tallahassee {them, may be enjoined from selling i
under the constitution of Florida, I I right to sell or otherwise disposed of,
between the ma- Hillsborough division has ; or disposing of any of the lands patented -i
et Ike but It Is equally true either one houseor of said lands, a number of acres not
two houses on held the center of the stage, the to the state of Florida by the.
d p Zk the executive has in the past political exceeding one hundred thousand for '
policy that must I I other bill for division being held in United States under the act of Congress -
1 history of the state been knownto I the purpose of using the proceeds for
retarding legisIndifferent- abeyance until this particular one is { of September 28, 1850 and
modify views to suit the occasion !i i reclamation and drainage and ,shall
l passed upon. The divisionists this from pledging, encumbering or other-
or emergencies arising, and it is ai I have the right after six months from I
mast anent tolaw session have come in unusual num wise charging the same, or any part
well known principle "that what has this date, to make application to this .
4 bers. Three counties are proposed to thereof, for the purpose of drainageor
t been, may be again." The purpose court for further orders touching the r
fa the house of be made out of DeSoto two of Dade, reclamation under any contract

i of franchise (Continued on page eight.) two of "Old Vol usia," two of Hills- with any person or corporation or (Continued on page eight)

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J Orttfle declared to be the a83t y .aswt to0e ezi.Rsws.-msp .S.3aoWN. F.E.TBOMASON
itiiei sa IDOL i .pioq y Lp asq ou9
.. irkae*heir***, U bIDS dangt .eaIIm3n.s I :m'uou .punai eqs.uop Lpi.ewaLsqs & THOMASON.
__ uowInosne ou seep BROWN
t it at?Jrff home at Fifth :- [ &
.m .e.; i .sgaila pws us
i pC Meetfrst street, while mu.qu oa.gwn= s m

,trailed Banes sod a corps anno2.XHCXXS PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
ta i are ataadlBff anxiously k --
j to aUaUter to b( slightest OKV SHOVHOVHai LIVE OAK. : : : FLORID V
for Mversl days she has been s.aDhaxa

from as ailment which at *i AieAooea eouvqa DR. J. W. WEST
IUeat.. to prove fatal. ,, L..t.u o IDOL 'rao in jo ow so Lug e.a.wqUO I
i*M vkile the peace conference n 'UA.011 Lip pu.qs Physician and Surgeon.Office .

I kr *. atser. Andrew Car- I .' ;.op=. 2.aisn qsIII : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.
*w la progrees that the life sa.caip. toU.D1 p.Ioloo t
Ligalg'LSusuS t.UlOI Residency at Ethel Hotel .
i CM vas despaired of. At that pus JI'IIq o1P UJ .UJ'IId.
h / 'puu2o3.aiI n..o Phone-Officc.No.168.
"ner. ser sickness was kept .-- oUPDl pve.rp'0e
N' Residence.Noe.23 or 168.
Not tUl the began show-
Drug Store(Barclay&Groover No 16.
i tt recovery today did It be- '- NOIS
feel the
we sure we can give you
t|& nnj kaowa that the heiritBtCaracgte
HgNVa BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There is an
Billions had been M.E.
>'Y-- ..added stiffness and a glorious gloss
put upon our work that enhances the F
i at present heiress I LIVE OAK DRUG COMPa WY. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life ofjour
.>his tkaa iS. million dollars.
linen. Bring your Shirts, Collars -
' ._ :
-mss tae Fifth aveaoe mansions -- --
Cuffs Handkerchiefs, White and
1* all the courts of tbe State. Special I
dres with her ] practice in
and attention given to Conveyances Collection. Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc.. to our
Ise U Ua of Etc. All business attended
years old. Rents. promptly
.- SUCCESS to Laundry and you will have them
NOTASY PUBLIC STATE AT CABGE. quickly and carefuly done In a satis-
[th**?*tk eeaergy of the
peo- factory manner at a satisfactory
ag even themselves YES"That's I i rice..
spat et farm and mannfac M. DIXON,

t' .sM5 kas feel embarraseed demand for the raletil. sup- One of Our Lines"Notions L DENTIST. I Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE .

.rt more than fills the
111 <" la the West the ORTOPONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE 139.
s. Ii Sack the same, except WORK. SPECIALTIES.
rutty ol labor has retard- Shirts, Hose, Underwear. I
1s ** 7 places. The cry Ladies and Gents Furnishings. We
*/ for able-bodied men Watts Bros. Co. Lynchburg T. J. LYLE
do heavy represent FOLEY'HONEYAND
work. They are Practical
_ Va., Success Lines. Successful -
JMr.fam'la Ue
mills and
- *& sunny railroad comb merchants should have Success WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER

spIts of the concerted goods in stock. One of salesmen 35 j ear's experienceGood

of the tailrosd managers,are will gladly show you the full line of stock of Watches always on hand.
the, llae, and Increasing I I TAR

rmilIsg tmtt la the endeavor to ;f Success Goodsi I
;:lIess.d bsaiaess.-Ghat- L.E.ROBEKSON A.B SMALL I

% i I OBERSON & SMALL, The original
f t I J\>

ff BARBER SHOP. I' Success Shirts will surely sell ATTORNEYS--AT--. LAXATIVE cough remedy.
vdo well
Success Underwear just ,
For cough, colds throat and
4q Will do general practice in State and lung
.'&4a.d spa bArber shop I Success Hose and Success Ties Federal Courts. troubles. No opiates. Xon-alcobulic.
a' ase. Good for ever jbodjr. Sold
la n. everywhere.
WhIte buildIItIdt -: and get wise.
Successful women
.' patronage of the I Watch for abit foot next week :No.190. Tho genuine
8kop FOLEY'S HONEY and
U newly fitted UVE OAK. i : FLORIDA.FOLEnIlONEYA. TAR Uia
wag %Yellow package Kef UM aubstitate
neat andGriffin.

_4k. ;,Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. fAA I I' Foley Prepared A Company only,

City Pharmacy
Cures Cold! Prevent Poeuraoui. !




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A joint session of the senate and
Published every Afternoon House Committees on Education was DOWLINQ PARKWAY

Except Sunday.J. held in the Hall of the House of Representatives SuitHave Il1i

on Tuesday evening.
April SO at 8 o'clock to hear arguments
the several bill before the
Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak.
Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter Legislature* on the subject of school Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages Splendid
books. A large audience heard the
November 7. 1905.
discussions. there being.present many IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH
few ladies. ___ LIVE OAK. ONUV OAKPERR>
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be. The committee,gave the two sides at _

mailed to any part of the United I -State uniformity of school books ADCRESS PflSK HOTEL. DOWWNG PflRrC: flORID. 1.1 V? CAK
j States, postage prepair. for $5.00 I advocates and those opposed to the I
per year; $%.50 ,for six months; measure--one hour each In which to
Et $1.25 for three months or 50 cents make their arguments. Subsequently -
for five weeks. in advance. De- the time was extended to one hour

livered to any part of the city by and a half each and it was midnight r6
carrier, for 10 cents per week.
before the discussion ended.
Those who spoke in favor of State /
"Drunk on sentiment is a headline uniformity were Editor Claude L'En-

k appearing in a Georgia paper." From gle. Prof. W. X. Sheats and Mr. A. J.

present indications it appears that in Gray of the B. F. Johnson Publishing s
Florida it won't be long before that Co. MAKES X HTTP !

Intoxicant will be the only kind left Dr. A. I. Branham. of the American

for the boozer to get drunk on.-. Book Co., spoke against State uniformity

Madison Enterprise.The and in favor of county uniformity Brain Workers and Champion AthletesRely

the plan now in us in Florida f
Gainesville Sun is responsiblefor The discussion was snappy and upon Coca-Cola. They know the genuine
the following: -While Senator deeply interesting. Three real sensations when bottled serves as a tonic without undue
E Beard was delivering his now famous were developed. The first one stimulr-Jon and delightfully relieves that physi-
t/ tired and cobwebby mental state so
k address in behalf of his bill
was the statement of Editor L'Engle common in summer time. See that your dealer
a negro hackman in the gallery was that agents of Ginn & Co.. and of D. ; suopnes you or keep it in your refrigerator. Al- t

heard to say: 'I shoe Lord ain't gwine C. Heath & Co., both school book authority way rvneinber of the CcCU that the bottled tottlia bervrajre C*.b when AkMlmtoir pat up under Fr }

hawl dat man in my hack. case he'sagin publishers that are very actively, !! Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottiiog Co.,faetsos.iils.Fla \
de guvernmint.' "-Tallahassee though here tofore secretely engaged I T

True Democrat. in aiding the State uniformity advocates I
----- ---
had paid the expenses of the -
Monday's issue of the Live Oak agents he had sent over the States beautiful appreciation and one that 1 justify our keeping the room open certain t f
Daily Democrat contained a long an seeking information relative to the Mr. Ridley's friends as well as he hours through the summer and a8A

timely article by Hon Frank Drew school book question and whose reports himself can not help but appreciate. I equipping it with the best current

on the railroad question addressedto he read to the committees. 'I In the editorial Mr. Graves speaks of magazines and newspapers procurable r

Hon. W. R. Dorman. :Mr. Drew This important piece of information 'Brother Ridley as being located at I which with the books already I. .

!. handles the situation sensibly and to greatly astonished the committees Lake City which was, of course a donated by some of our public- I -

the point and we wish we could have and the audience generally because slip of the memory: spirited citizens will make a very II I

given it space this week.-Tallahassee it was previously known to only a...1 'The list of Georgia authors' is always good beginning.
True Democrat few that L. B. Robeson and M. C. growing and it is a matter of Special attention will be given to Ii i

Miller of Ginn & Co., and F. O. Spain congratulation that the merit of their the minds of the young people and i

The present session of the legislature of D. C. Heath & Co., were spending i|'work is equally as progressive as the children and every effort made to I

# at Tallahassee is a gret oppor money in Florida to work up senti- increase in their numbers. I substitute entertaining and wholesome ,

tunity for platform makers. Nearlyhalf ment in favor of State uniformity of : "On yesterday we published a statement i literature that will be of lastIng -II II

of the members up there are school books. The second sensation of the success of .Mrs. Avary's I value for the dime novel II II I I

running for some office or will be a came out when Dr. Branham read I fine book. and sensational weekly that seems to I

candidates in the next primary and from Prof. Sheats'' ,report of 1902.{I "Today our'attention is called to a hold such a high place In the esteemof II
h they intend making a platform as when the fine and brilliant of
I I latter was State Superintendent volume by the Rev. some our boys. I
r fire-eating corporation fighters with ," of Public Instruction a remarkably ]}\I Caleb A. Ridley now located at Lake We fully reaize that it will take

the hope of fooling the people. I vigorous protest against i City Fla., but born and reared In time and money plenty of both to I '

State uniformity of school books in ,! Georgia and holding himself alwaysa I I build up a first-class library but ware
To successfully drive a pig the way I any form. The reading of this protest citizen of this state. i::| confident that when the parents

you want him to go is to head him in followed the speech Prof. Sheats I "Mr. Ridley's book is called 'The of Live Oak realize the benefits their

> the opposite direction and yell and made in favor of State uniformity. I! Literature of Living," and consists of I I I children will derive from the use of MICHAEtS-S

whoop. He will invariably turnaround The committees and audience saw six chapters each of which contain i good books and papers that they will ..y s...+rs.r.
E and,ru; by you and by the the point and there were abundant I I E the most brilliant passages from his j"I give it their unqualified and generous I ......
way. there are some people who haveto evidences of series of admirable
their amusement over and eloquent lectures support as they have to every
be served the same to get them to Proof. Sheats' predicament. Prof. on the American platform. A worthy enterprise that makes for the After getting c I
do any good. Take the wrong side Sheats made few months of up-building and '
no reply. The third ago one these chap- and betterment of our superb ass
of a question and they will get right sensation was the result of two ques- ters was published in an edition of little city. new model! Sad !Sraniii

at once. tions Prof. Sheats asked Dr. Bran- Will Upshaw's Golden Age and made I Let us not forget while we are

ham. These were practically one in such an impression uPon the stock bending every energy to the accumulation critically 1

It takes time money and work to I substance and amounted to this: holders of that paper that the author of, wealth while we are priding materials and thehandtailoringif

g build a city. This has been the ex- "Will the American Book Company I was voluntarily voted a check for I ourselves upon our material progress I
terience in Live Oak but with a sell to Florida $100. It is #
I people under the present a clean wholesome not- that the boys-and girls are
brighter future than ever before and I county uniformity law the cheap : able book full; of high and uplifting growing up around us who will be say they are the te]
new people and new enterprises com special state uniformity books ideals nobly and eloquently custodious of
sold in expressedand that wealth the future ever! saw fort;
ing every day. Live Oak looks a :Georgia and elsewhere at the same pulsing with the life and blood citizens who will either retard or
b nor, and her growth in win-I i cheap prices that prevail in Georgiaand "and earnestness of a brave brightand carry forward our work. you will be an t

the next twelve months will elsewhere!" Dr. Branham answered sunshiny nature. Isn't it worth while to spend a hundreds of 1mo 1
a_ greater than for any twelve months emphatically and without j "Mr. Ridley is one of the strongestof good deal on these future citizens? If "
who have
in the history of the city.. I equivocation that the American Book the young ministers of his great you think so, give the public library seen,

I Company would do so; would sell in Baptist church in the south and is your aid and support. are delighted with

Sheriff Port Graham of Citrus Florida to anybody and everybody growing every day. His recent ser- (A Member of the Library As- e
county recently appointed by Gover-I the same cheap books sold in Georgia vice held in this city for Dr. Broughton sociation.)

nor Broward to fill the unexpired and elsewhere at the same cheap prices at the Tabernacle stamped him asa MICKFINE [

;, term of George Carter removed be- : and would do so under the present man of unusual power and promiseas Subscribe for the Daily Democrat.ORDIXAXCE .

cause of his inability to protect a i county uniformity plan; would I a preacher an orator and a phil-

negro prisoner from mob violence |: do so under binding contracts with osopher. I XO 58. { Clot

r has resigned his resignation to take county Boards for any reasonable 'The Literature of Living' is a An Ordinance amending Section TM

effect May 10th and recommendsthat term of years; and he further declared book to be proud of because it Is a : Three (3) of Ordinance No. 11,

Geol Carter be reinstated, which that the American Book Company book certain to do good sure to up- ing salary entitled to be"An ordinance fixing bee In this noted i r

the Governor will no doubt do. was: ready to make a valid bond in lift and inevitably bound to please. of the City of received Live Oak by, Florida the officers" will find better
| the sum of $5,000 that it woud do In the South the energy of th epeo- 1 proved October 6, 1903. ap-

No session of the Florida Legislature -I so under present conditions, whetheror and no one who knows him will fall Be It Ordered by the Mayor and better tailoring, '

would be completely rounded not the Humphries-Wattson bill to realize promptly that the world is City Florida Council: of the City of'Live Oak. and a better fit tea

{ out if some attempt was not made to became a law. Dr. Branham also better and brighter for men of the Section 1. That Section
said that these type of Caleb Ridley." of Three (3) other apparel
change the seat of the State government cheap state uniformity Ordinance No. 11 of the City of
A resolution was presentedin editions were sold in many places Live Oak Florida being an ordinance same. The
the House yesterday that had no state uniformity laws, entitled "An
proposing and ordinance it
The fixing
Live Oak here to
:, Public Library the prove IP
amendment and instanced Ginn & Co.'s Ready salary to be received ,
to Section I, Article 15. selling a by the of
of the Constitution to' be submittedat cheap special edition of Jones' Readers I To Be Opened. I ficers," of the City of Live Ook Florida -
the general election in Novemberof in Chicago; many book concerns Those who are interested in the 'and the same is October hereby 6, 1903 be s

.,. next year. Mr. Dorman, of Suwannee selling their cheap books to independent establishment of a public library in !I i as to read as follows: amended so fashionable Spy ,
introduced the resolution, and school systems in Georgia; many Live Oak will be gratified to learn shall(Section 3.) The City Marshal new Four-inM *
Live Oak is named as the place to I publishers' selling their cheap booksin that the library room is furnished.'I 1 Dollars receive a salary of sity-five Squares and.
which the State St. Louis in Indianapolis in and will be opened : per month as City Marshal
House shall be moved every F soon after the and the sum of Ten Spring coloring*
after the first day of July 1909.- county in Missouri for the past two'I annual meeting of the association as I month as Sanitary Inspector Dollars of per the |some effects, 50c to i"
Tallahassee Daily Sun. years without any sort of a school the board of directors can make the City of Live Oak Florida.
book law, and he necessary Section II. That Spring Shirts,
knew it to be a arrangements. Great credit to this Ordinance
The fact that if the Humphries-Watson is due the ladies of the 'Vomaa's'Club. take effect immediately upon its s gsinmadrasafland
question of moving the capitol passage and ( St9
from Tallahassee bill became a law most of the schoolbook who have carried on the work j Passed by the approval by the Mayor regular {
1 will undoubtedly City Council ( $1 M.
this bosom
come up before this session of the I publishers would certainly seek with tireless, energy and enthusiasm. !' 22nd day of April A. D. 1907. plaited '
business In Florida it mattered It is through their efforts CHAS. H. White and '
legislature is over. The Independent not that the 1 Attest BROWN, I.1 fac'l'
what they might to the large front of the library Pres. City Council.
wants to be heard on this question say contrary building has S. P. MAYS City single or
: Let 'the capitol remain where just now. i been neatly and artistically papered, ;' I, S. P. Slays City Clerk. flannel or Rashhandsome
\ So far the the floor + City of the
committees have stained new of Live
givenno casings
it is. Tallahassee may be a little out put on Oak Florida do here- SO
expression as to t' eir the doors and ,,windows by certify that the toSS"
s purpose regarding large readIng above dressySt
of the way to get at. but that's the I Ordinance
any of the school book bills table and everything substantial No. f 8 was regular-
c way of all good things. It is a beau- ly passed by the See our '
they are considering.-Tallahassee I furnished. One end of the 22nd City Council on the
and refreshing in its room Is' day of and
tiful city plct- April 1907 Spring Hats
:. True Democrat. II being fitted with shelves to accommodate same is hereby and the
urequeness.-St. Petersburg Indepen- the Mayor certified to the it's interesting Z
books for his
which the
r dent. Bro. Powell wrote the above I ladies ex- Witness approval. I
TIIK pect to have covered and in my hand and I
LITERATURE OF place seal of
before Representative Dorman intro- LIVING. |i by City, said
i the
time the April
I association 1907. ;
: duced his proposed amendment to the We quote below an editorial from Wednesday.We meets next (Seal) S. P. MAYS

constitution to remove the capitol to Thursday's Atlanta Georgian edited hope that the undertaking Examined 'City Clerk. BUTl

Live bake by John Temple Graves. It is a meet with such will 23rd day of and approved by me this
encouragement April.
t I as to. 1907.
M. E. '
Mayor. *

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d DYe Oak and Snwanneep

Gathered by the Democrat _

.. Reporteri

i Is now complete with a full line of i

dbrellas was up at Mrs.from Bache's.Branfon 3t 1 Ladies and Children's Shoes and Oxfords Pumps and Sandals. i

i Queen Quality .$2.50 to $4.00 Black Cat -. 81.00 I

:Leslie wentWestmoreland to Lake City thi; == Ultra -' 3.5O and $4.00 TO ii -
Dittman's $2.00
Brockport $2.50 and 83.00 f
Special Service for Children.
is down with i Special Service $1.50 and $2.00

tetatejT.SIcElveen- t for Ladies F. J. Fox Infants Soft Soles 35c. to. 60c. I

went to Ellzey yes ++ +t

r to visit Ms pare flZ. i Remember we don't handle Men's Shoes, but have a very complete line for Ladies, Children- i

mss, of Dowling Park, was atftfeel i Infants. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W i

today. + +

llufeea jji&dsards yesterday.went to Jacksonville : THE 1/\DIBS' EMPORIUM I

t 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR :McCall and Home Journal Patterns +

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Ebe Ratliff and Ed. Pound were R. S. and Mrs. J. E. Thurmon, of FOR SALE-One complete sawmill Miss S. A. Randall of Madison is

tH.Brown is transacting business up from Perry yesterday.W. the Park, were guests of the Ethel outfit, including new forty the charming guest of her sister
rttapatodaJ"- yesterday. : horse-power boiler. Apply to W. Ii. Mrs. S. A. Hinely. Miss Randall has

H. H. Witten returned to his I Lyle. hosts of admiring friends .In Live
t Dowling went to Tampa on home in Inverness Saturday.H. i W. R. Meitsey. of Lyons Ga., and I Oak.
yesterday. \v. Meitsey, of Fitzgerald, were iu the Old reliable "Alex. Parker ask
O. Pendleton and O. H, Smith, city yesterday. '... I jour patronage. Call phone 212 for Hon. W. H. McClellan passed
Ms. Taber came up from Perry of Quincy. were here today. I I II fresh meat and groceries.P d-4-6t through here this morning, en routeto
R. P. Hopkins. Ed. P. Mills and Mr.. I II I Tallahassee on his way from Well,
r- J. A. Speer of Lake City was at I Grimshaw returned from a fishingi I M. E. Carver and family went to born, where he went home to rote and

I.y Roland ot Perry was here the Ethel today. trip to the Aucilla this morning. O'Brien yesterday after a few' days' transact business. _
visit to his brother here.L. .
W* J. Harris went down to Bran- l Drew Reid came up from Pine- -:Mrs.. S. Joyce 180 Sullivan St..
C,1 weatherby. of Branford was ford this morning. j mount, this morning, and leaves for i iI Ramis was here visiting his Claremount, N. H., writes "Abouta

t M city yesterday. I Waycross this evening.V. family Saturday night, and returnedto year ago I bought two bottles of

C. P. Dickert went to Santa Fe Pinemount yesterday.A. Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me ofa
a Bode Allen went to Cedar this morning. C. Lamb goes to Sumter county i severe case of Kidney trouble of
if l t.rday on a visit to relatives. this evening to take a job with the : K. Crowley went to Jasper Fri several years' standing. It certainlyIs

r Mrs. Kight spent Sunday at Su- Coleman Cypress Co. day evening to visit his brother J. T. a grand, good medicine, and I

V..P, Creekmore was over from wannee.H. Crowley, who returned Sunday. r heartily recomend |tCity Phar- -
Men yetterday.m Robt. Strange, civil engineer of the ; macy. d-w
F. Jones went to Hampton Coast Line, came up from Perry to- i Mrs. C. W. ache has white duck I Ji I

_t.C. Marable. of Newberry, was Springs this morning. t day. :: hats going as a premium with every i i W. P. Richardson and wife who
fester day. I $5 order. Come and buy early if you have been sojourning at Hampton

iifE Mrs. M. C. Barrow, of Suwannee, Prof. Wallace was able to be on want one of these hats as a pre Springs, returned to Jacksonville yes

V._ L. Conoly and wife, of Perry, was here tdday. the streets for the first time in a mium. 5-31 terday.
(K Sunday in Lire Oak. week yesterday.B. .
J Mrs. W. T. Stokely is'reported very Walking up Howard street today, Wonderful Eczema CUre. *

fend T. Hanf ord. of the Park, was sick at her home.If L. Flowers and daughter, andC. just west of Chinese laundry, we ..: "Our little boy had eczema for five
r Iste day, M. Flowers, of Williford, were noticed a new store just opened, and: years," writes'N. A. Adams, Henrietta -

you wan; to sell see J. M. Bailey here today.S. on inquiry, found it was run by the : Pa. "Two of our home doctors 'J
h'L Tedder came up from Fen- the licensed auctioneer. He sells. old reliable, Alex. Parker. Phone :: said the case was hopeless, his lungs
aythia morning A. J. Horne, was at Madison 212. d-4-6t being affected. We then employed
4 Mrs. J. E. Tharin. of Dowling Park yesterday to visit his brother, who is Miss Millie Toosle, who has been :: other doctors, but no benefit resulted. 1
L McMillan sick. visiting H. F. Jones' family at Fer- 'y read about Electric
came up from Tampa was here yesterday, en route to At- quite chance: we
nandina, returned to Dowling Park Sitters; bought a bottle and soon _
lanta. i .
| Mrs. inks returned to Jacksonville this morning. nticed improvement. We continuedthis
1 6. K. Fargo and wife of Mrs. I II : medicine until several bottles .
Fargo $2.50 wagon seats, new, at J. M. : yesterday, accompanied by :
M ti the_city yesterday. Bailey's, the Auction House, for Rebecca Suraskl. I "'. H. Goodbread and wife went to were used when our boy was com- i
K I Madison yesterday. Mrs. Goodbread pletely cured." Best of all bloodmedicines
things in proportion.Be i
fC..B. Davit, of Woodstock, was $1.5Other tf SUNDAY trains over Live Oak I remained there on account of the illness and body building health i

d&y. quick. ; Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park, leaves I of her sister. i.. tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &

in Saturday at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., returning i Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w '
f*. Leslie. of Lake City, was at Miss Etta Monroe came with Mrs. C. at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents Mrs. Winkel, of Jacksonville, is
(t Mel Sunday. and spent Sunday ; round trip.Kidney quite sick at the home of Mr. Suraski. WALL PAPER 1
M- -, N. Hlldreth. Sr. Mrs. Winkel was a visiting guest at .
i ;;
!SN.McEvoy went to Wellborn this Henry Bartlett, of Jacksonville, complaint kills more people I the Goffln-Suraski wedding. When in need of nice wall pa-
Pilig tp visit her alster. Mrs. F. L.
.aid will enjoy a fishing party spent Sunday with Harry lair's than any other disease. This is due Orino Laxative Fruit-Syrup is best per call on H. H. PETTY, at j
insidious that
to the disease being so
family. for women and children. Its mild'action CLINTON & MEEK'S MARKET.
ifc it ge tsa good hold on the system before 1
and pleasant taste makes it
done or a it is recognized. Foley's Kid
ir want drajing
you preferable to violent purgatives, suchas I
trunk carried to the depot, right ney Cure will prevent the develop- pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet \
City Pfarmacy. Phar-\
macy \ .
J. W. Floyd, one of the leading
merchants of Platt Station, was here I I Cold Drinks
T. S. Baisden is improving the
on business today. residence occupied J. L..Edwards I
YID AND UNIMPROVED Wedding I on Houston street, and by when completed I. Ice Cream ;
(E Furnished and unfurnished
TO RENT- it will be a handsome structure.J. 9
rooms, address "R" in care I I _. i

ty Real Estate; of Democrat. ** PresentsFOR B. Girard of New Orleans, is :

now J. D. Radford's jeweler. He NUT ICE CREAM :
M. A. Adams manager of the Day THE
comes here recommended as a super-
Mercantile Co., was in the city this ior workman. Per Quart 75c :

morning on business.For JUNE BRIDESOr r

'tt f farms Etc. The first move in the direction of

t choice meats and groceries securing the state capital for our city Other Cream, Per '
call Phone 212. W. A. Parker, pro- of the
those who choose is a thorough moaning up -
prietor. d-4-61 the month of May. Just I I streets and alleys. Quart 50c.
I look in at our exquisite 4
in the Diamond Pins, Broochesand I Delivered here in the
Lanier were
F. P. and Porch Rings. Watches, Dr. Ruter is now in Live Oak, to any
YOURPROPERTY city this morning on business from Bracelets Etc. Everything remain permanently, and the family City _
Rossburg.Live in Jewelry. Our are making their home at J. B. Bar
I 9
customers are always ton's. His office is over Suwannee
: Oak Colored Band, accompanied pleased.RADFORD. I Drug Store. : Phone 199 when wanting Y
the picnic crowd over the LIVE I.
WITHUS. i Cold Drinks lee Cream
&* Gulf to Perry this or
Oak. Perry | Dr. Caswell went to Hlnesville

morning. i Ga., yesterday to be in attendance up- :
i I Ion the 50th anniversary of the marriage i

Ladies. I have Just opened a dressmaking of his father and mother. if1ori
REALTY co.nt. room in the Lewin buildingand The Jeweler 'I! Mrs. Caswell left for there Friday. o Boo Ofd N Ness CO.

will be glad to serve )'ou. Satisfaction I{ The doctor will return to Live Oak aCC.

guaranteed. Give me a trial TINE OAK FLA. J i Wednesday or Thursday. t COOK, f>rop.
; Room 3. MRS. KIGHT.


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.A a t.lO tK n.uLr imlIOGUr. MONDAY;MAT 6,1&T: -

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t FLORIDA RAILWAY t, Carious has of ways doing the business.Japanese A special merchant -- Live Oak 'M'fi1

SCHEDULE.CONNECTS f agent of the United States government -

'J WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. ANB A. C. L. RY. AT.LIVE CAK.CKHTKAI who is now In Japan gives some
Illustrations. The buyer he says. Manufacturers :;"'-
&UD '. Ton. ss.n ttr.tio.
DOI" I makes no payment until the arrival
.I Na L No.2.. No L of the goods. If in the meantime the o
1ti.dFSt' Mail Mail Local FgtDadJ Lumber Shingles Ice
sad STATIONS. fi market has dropped, the Japanesewill Electric

: :& fay. DaI17.. a Ex DaiI7.-" Ex s.mda7. often go to the American and I' Power and
intimate that he is not prepared to Turpentine//

stand all the loss and that the American -

Tao a m t30pmLe UviOak. -u:.. -_ A' IOSOam b40pm should divide the loss with him Electric Lights in any part of the city fonusfcaj ? 0

7 H aID' U p m;LY Sorter r'e-10 30 ami ZO pm though to*do so might wipe out all or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.

) ._.._ transaction. Ju
St.okJq ---Ly. he
8 05 a m I b4 p Ly 10 ZZ a ID 5 00 pm the profit on and current-for
L' day night manufacturing 4'
,L.. ------y-. t.. When your food has not been,properly purpose*
818 a m 156 pm ;:. 10 20 a m 445 p m
IL ... __:..1<.,.-' '... digested the entire system Is Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders hue :
420 a C ti p_ y. .r.-- AoU 0 10 a. C 40 Pili
Impaired in the same proportion. lion.and all orders promptly filled.
i io a m 4It p.. -- 10 00 am 4 20 pm Your stomach needs help. Kodol For -

.. W_astnn. ...-AL Indigestion and Dypepsia not only: We will give you good prices on Jaw ..

... L._._.._ tra e
t 9 10 30a a m L -Lura :_ --r digests what you eat. It tones the flooring. Come and get our prices. _

stomach and adds strength to the
Ar WilmaIdI...._
SO a m
W hth A r. whole body. Makes rich pure blood. 1 I
mL. .
10 w a m 4 20 p 6Ta. 4 15 p m "
I o.6i0 Kodol conforms to the National Pure same, approved October 6, 1903 be I 1 line drawn at rtikj '
10 m U P ID L. --Saam::River.-..-r'e- .55. m C 12 p.. and the same are hereby amended so I avenue fr.m a '11!
Food and Drug Law. Sold by City >DaisL
.I -Nood- '_.. as to read as follows: side of Ohio
C 311 LL---- r 45 a m I 51 p mId a1'ft.
1. zo a p d.
+ 1.% Pharmacy. "Section 1. Horses males, hogs i to thestreet northern
30 a m'!; 4 40 p o ..". 1'e' Uh m 3 45 p m and goats shall not be allowed to run as It
i0---r---- ..........---- ....... ....liaYO--- A'LS of the streets alleys IIO.rright
to any andes
It is said that a long time back at large upon to 1IJ401Jo
{ 1LA.r' 'YooW lanes or unenclosed property of feet to White
lOU a a mI I ---- ...,. ; ..-_______________ A.. the Bank of England discovered that the City of Live Oak and that cows Lion In said Qty Itr"t: lit III 1.h
3 mathematical errors of the clerks shall not be allowed to run at large ids, excePtbaC t' ..... na.. _140pID were at a minimum in the early upon any of the streets, lanes or a.eross the a Iiat!::!,
uleam' 3S morning hours but progressively increased public highways of the said City or Parshley family 'q t
11 2) a j4p, aIL"! Q.-ecb- h. 30 a m 3 Z5 Pili occurred. The other unenclosed premises within which is fael4e4ta

m1Lr ...... ....,..1.P..d -Le' as fatigue the following boundary in said City and within _
Z5 .15 rea.-
-" Pili'I.of. .
11 2i a m 4 5 p { !.% worst time was in the late afternoonand of Live Oak Florida to-wit: saId burinl may,

s' 30 p m'Lv_._---&.ko d-_ -- 06.m Z 45 pm there was so much money loss, Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section U. flit

IT' L.. Cbarir.' ...1 v 900 a 1ft Z IS Pin due to errors at th ttalme, that as a and First streets Intersects and run- Proceedings ahaIl ..
51 a 5, P., ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the Ct7 of
-f clerks were lhtllt
T. matter of
Lv 1r 8 $3 Z 20 economy thense east cordanc
Mam52Ipm a m p ID roll streets intersect to with the

1.1!} $35P..L.--F# --_....Lv8 45 am Z10pmI forbidden to work after a certain Houston street thence south along Statutes in such a.a>_
I UZI. hour which we understand was 3 Houston street to John street thence vided for the } .
..... Vpast It
k- -1.
a m I g pmL. s.aL' a 38 a m 135 p- o'clock. In France the same law of east on John street to Church street out the provisteB, ef
I 5Op.fAz -Perry-- _...--Ly. ISO am 128pmI thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordlaaae,
54 m sequence was brought to light as was
I I poration line thence east on corpora- Section IlL Tbt 4iI
to be expected.-American Medicine. tion line to White street thence shall take effect Taos Ib
(d) Tetegraga or T leph oe Station (l) Flag btattoo. (r) Register (a) Regular Stop (a) north on White street to Howard the Council and apglr

Agcacy Sutton T: P. ALSTON. Superintendent.BUS. Notice to Our Customers. street thence east on Howard streetto Mayor, or open its { t

Genera es Agent a point opposite 'Georgia avenue, ordinance without Q*__
-We are pleased to announce that
thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Al&raa f

> I colds and lung troubles is not affected Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and >aIIit \
TO THE I by the National Pure Food and thence due north along section line Council In regular > -
to a point opposite Fifth street, on this 8th Apfli
Drug law as it contains no opiates or thence west to and along Fifth streetto days .

r JAMESTOWN I otter harmful drugs and we recom- Atlantic Coast Line railroad PresI4at OIl'

t mend it as a safe remedy for and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w Coast Line railroad to First street., S. P. M 1TS. atrCert
thence west along First street to I, S. P. Mays Ot-Hfej
point of beginning." City of Live Oak Har&a,
The Monument London's famous -Section II. It shall be the dutyof certify that the aDo.crsi fe

Exposition column, which, as Pope wrote "likea the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 5T vtit
Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City CoweQsBfc
buly lifts its tall head and lies,
City to take possession of and placein of April A. D. INT Lath
is a source of profit to the city cor- a pound to be provided for that Is hereby certified to 6t SE

poration, says the .Pall :Mail Gazette. purpose any horse, mule hog or goat his approval
via the The actual surplus for the current found by him or them running. at Witness my fcaad utd**
large of the streets City this 8ta day it l
year is placed at about $500. The upon any, alleys. >4
-. highways or other unenclosed property 1907.Seal
tolls charged to visitors apear at within said City and likewise ) It.

AtlahticCoastLine $2.700. and the sale of the bookletIs take possession of and place in said

estimated to produce $70. On the pound any cow found by him or them Examined and tp
other side of the account internal running at large on any of the streets. this 9th day of Aprtt 41
alleys lanes, public highways or 31 R B2003SJ
painting will cost $500 and and
people aU Florida thc Atlantic Coast Line "Pur other unenclosed property of said
over see water $60 and $250, respectively City of Live Oak within the bound-

pie Folder" for schedules to the; Jamestown Exposiion. Two I while wages and clothing will absorb aries prescribed in Section I hereof." C. W. WI L.TAIL .

.: daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping. $1,300, and the grant to the pension impounding"Section VII.stock For under catching this ordinance and- O
fund is
cars. i the City Marshal shall be en-

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets' Disturbed the Congregation. For titled catching to the and following Impounding.fens., namely horses: Tailoring done st Ksiaia|

on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. -The person who disturbed the con mules and cows fifty cents per head antee store. Prompti

gregation last Sunday by continual goats thirty cents per head hogs one ties gcaruteet
Coach excursions at very low rates. dollar per head. For feeding and
coughing is requested to buy a bottle taking care of such stock while In
For further information see your nearest railroad agentor o! Foley's Honey and Tar. City Pharmacy pound for horses, mules and cobs he

write. Frank C. Boylston. District Passenger Agent, At d-ov' shall head each receive, for forty hogs cents or goats per ten day cents per fOLmlIv}

lanti: Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. per day per head each; for adverts i' 4Udrews .rtv._iF
naming of the avenues in the ing and selling such animals he shall

southern part of the town after the receive the sum of fifty cents for

governors of the state which has horses, mules or cows per head and A LIQUID COQ
been in progress for several for hogs or goats the sum of twenty-
Live Oak & Gulf years, five AM-
Perry cents per head each. The word i .
was exemplified last
"hog" under this
ordinance shall be
when Stuart avenue was so designated taken ,to include "pigs..' LAXATIVE GOU G !

Railroad Company. in honor of the present gubernatorial Section Ha That this Ordinance

incumbent Other such avenuesare shall take effect immediately upon

t t: 3chedle Effective, April 7,, 1OO7.WE3TBOCND I Pennypacker, Stone, Snyder, Pat its passage by the by Mayor the Council as to and mules approval -,

terson, Beaver and Hastings. There horses, goats and hogs, but shall not
-- EAST sOCVDLs'r. is room for only four more and the go into effect as to cows until 60 days THE

.ct.Asa ;2D.CLASS+ 1ST. CLASS D'CL"'SS next four governors will probably be from its passage by the City CounciL
, )fail .t: PaasenFrt.. and' Mail It PassenPas, ea- Frt. and the Passed by City Council in regularsession HEW ,
t Pala eel' ( Pa a. P... cer \ gee Pass.p honored ones. After that smother e this 8th
day of
.. April, A. D ,
No..L No..5. I No.3. No..2. No..6. I No.. 12 No C. way of incorporating the namesof 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, IDEIa !
k Sunday Daily ex- Daily Sunday Sunday Daily ext the governors will have to be President City Council
Daily. Only Sund&7. ex. Sun Only only I Sund&7. Attest
I found
. A.Leave P. ;.. --r: P. M. P. M. I A. M. 1-J A. K. Philadelphia Record. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive I Arrive I, S. Mays et..a
, 8 130 2.10 ...__._...._.Li..e Oak...................... 430 55l. 10 00 9 ..0r Tp City Clerk of the Ta. 5.54 I4ca
8 13 1 C3 Z r4 ......... ...._Rockl Sink.._................. 4 161 i 38! 9 C6 9 19t A Nartm Escape.G. 8 City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby
S 1 43 00. ... ._Starr.. 12, = 34, 9 42 9 W. certify that the above Coat i
t- i I. 152 1 55 i 15 I:::::::::::=::::::::._._:':-:':.::::::::..:::::::::, : i : i : Mo, had Cloyd a narrow, a merchant escape ,four of Plunk years, Ordinance Xo 56 was regularly and foregoing pass daces CoM constip or don-ti a "..,,,

8 UI 2 041, 1 30............._...... Lancaster .................. 3 561+ 5 18: 9 261 8 50 ed by the City Council on the 8th day eyes. Close and throat tee*v
r, L. 8 39Ar, Z 09.Ar 3 40 ._ .......Dowhog Park.................. Ly 34iIL L" 9 18 L. 840 ago when he ran a Jimson bur into of April, A. D. 190, and the of the throe**der fL.
'' Ar 8 45''LY <4 4S LY << 10... _._...... Do-line Park ........._........ Ar 339 y 510 jAr 9 13 Ar 812f. his thumb. He is hereby same system '
0 S0+ 4 49 .. ...__. Chancey........ _...... 33 06 08; says: "The doctor certified to the Mayor for For the vast of molstnr'lST
!. --.Bail.-....:....-...-.... 113 wanted to amputate it but I would his approval. dry and hard." N-*
57 4 : : I Mayo Junction... .............. !2 ; 03'' 03 04 Witness hand constiatinteci+iY1sOpiates.
f. 00 :it .. ....... ............Day_......................... I. Lv 001! not consent. I bought a box of Buck- City, this my and seal of said are Reanedy's ta> 11
s b : -- ----- ............Day---...... s 00 Ar leu's Arnica 8th day of April A. D r
i- t 06 5 4 ....silo........................... 3 1 4 "I 8 49' '7 35l Salve and that cured the 1907. Tar moves tbs ba.

l 925 310(I :i : ::: :: ::::::::::: .emith ....::::::::::::::::::::: 3 k : :1 845 8301 I ; : dangerous wound." 25o at Barclay (Seal) S. P. MAYS IENNEOL.AXATI
9 5 5 4'-------------------- _& _.................. Z 411 4 12' 8 C 63 &. Groover, druggists. d-w City Clerk
1. U1' 6 6 _PeITY....................... 2 4 00, S 151. 640 Examined and aPProved
" A 'rinaL............... 2 3 7 6 Ip this 9th by m e
I'lr.,25A.2ajAp. Jt day
". A ( LL l5h. 45ILL I 45IL I A. 33. April, A, D. 190'7.
ORDINANCE No. :1u. M E. BROOME :Mayor.

1. }I.YOXn AL TON RI2ANCII. An Ordinance to amend Sections
. 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance Xo 16 of the ORDINANCE XO. :i..
Citof Live Oak, Florida, being a An Ordinance providing for the UONEYkM

: WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to establishing of opening and extending
prohibit the running at large on,the Wilbur street In the City of Live $' ReUeva Coldll b.
f' Frt.A Frt..t: Pseeea (PuMa Frt .t: Frt..IP-seea Pasaeu streets of the City of Live Oak, of Oak. Florida, from the east side of rt the system ttrw)
'; Pus. Pass I gee {L !!!__! Pass I' Pass cer I ser bor es, mules, hogs and goats and Ohio avenue eastward to White thebaweJs. r

t No.?. I 1 No: 9. ; :I No..=i3. No..s. i Na10. Na 14.i Nw l 6." to provide for the impounding and City street ten in White's Addition to said ReHeves C02 !
, Daily Daily 1Snnday Sendayi' Do.nneDauu!, Sunday S...... disposing of the same" passed hundred and thirty-two strenbthenicty
. eLSun.ex.S8n. Only 0uI7' ezS Only t Only September 30th, 1903, and approved (103%) feet, said street to be aft til0thr0itCi1
-I-- October 6th, (50) feet In
a A. M. i P. U. A. M. P. M. 1 A. Me ,I P, ;. A. Me P. M. 1903. width.
Leave Leave Leave Leave I Arrive I Arrive Arrive Arri..e Be it ordained by the Mayor and Be It Ordained by the For Croup.Influean pi
11101 t 4 401 9 40, 5 30 .....__.....MsyoJunction; .... ......... '7 58' 1 ZO 8 5a e O, City Council of the City Council of the Mayor and ,
1 % 456 953, 5 g...-............... .Clark..................... 73!? 303 I 842 1 52 Florida City of Lire Oak' Florida City of Live Oak' 4sd 1'
9 36' 6 86, 10 031 5 53 ......._---Peteraoa.-...._...... 7 27 Z 53 832 1 : : Colds, Lnni;
1000. '34 s 10 15,, C 05 ...........__..-.-_M..yQ...... ...............a '7 158 2 4018 8 1 3r Section la That Section 1 Sec Section 1. remedy IB eqoa
'rl0 ID Ar 5.0 Aril 25 6 U' ...................Alton.....................ILy '700 Ly Z 3l L. 8 la Lv I %0f ton 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance. thc of TTnat'wl"Oak Florida>or street in it H and T

Connection made at I No 16 of the City of Live Oak now stands, be opened, extended as p,00d
s Regular stop. Dowling Par for all trains to and and
Florida, being an ordinance entitled established from the eastern oratory of K.Sold.
from Live Oa, and Perry. ForQ formation as to connections with : An ordinance to prohibit Ohio avenue In said side o
running City fifty d Q"
rti-er lines, 'pcone or call on Gen
Building Live Oak. i City of Live Oak, of horses, mules, Ohio avenue eastward to White street

TIIO8. DOWLIXG Prwidert. IS. P. HOPKINS Gen. Pass. : bogs" and goats, and to provide for In White's AddUton to the said City
Agent. i the of Live Oak
Impounding and disposing of the of which said, the northern boundary OL y

extension shall be a s ions the '

L _-).<- *.. > ,. '. ::___ ... .< .._.: .- It ......k.,....-i" -----1-;: _..' ;:. .

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; '
'; -

..... OAK DAILY DE3iocn.. T. MQXDAY, MAY 6, 1007. 't ...

,I Ordinarily sheep dip is now being English veterinary surgeons have t

:'I'extensively used for the destructionof discovered a new disease in dogs--j CLINTON X HEEKS

.fEABOARD I I locusts in South Africa. motor heart. It appears that dogs

i I Ii I[are very fond of riding in motor cars
One hundred oil wells have been but that their hearts can't stand it.

+ i sunk on Manitoulin island, Lake ,So their owners'must either curb this
I f
Huron at a cost of about $500 each.
i I appetite or expect early bereavement.

: Airline Railway. I'I'I Wholesale and Retail -
I Stop Grumbling. .1 I. Do You Love *

: :-If you suffer from Rheumatism or I your baby? You wonder why he

1. Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment I III :cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream Dealers in Flori-

: 'Raleig RichI"londVashington, Baltimore, II will bring. quick relief. It is a sure I: Vermifuge and he will never cry.

Philadelphia and New York. cure for Sprains. Rheumatism, Contracted -j{i Most babies have worms, and the

I Muscles and all pains--and j: mothers don't know it. White's da and WesternMEATS
within the reach of all. Price 25c, I Cream Vermifuge rids the child of

50c, J1.0 11. C. R. Smith, Tenaha I
I worms and cleans out its system ina
TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY Tex, writes: "I have used Ballard's I, pleasant way. Every mother should

f I Snow Liniment in my family for years I I keep a bottle of this medicine in the

'and have found it a fine remedy for house. With it, fear need never enter

board Express Seaboard Mail i: all pains and aches. I recommend It I I.her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su-

: : for pains in the chest." Sold by Su-1 wannee Drug Co. d-w
+ 'wannee Drug Co. d-w

I I I Word comes from Paris that the Phone 24.
Pullman : Equipment. .
Modern : i ihe I As association of Capt Town business ,members of the Wellman North Pole :

I men has been formed to bring 11 l expedition are completing the preparation Promdt deliveriesanywhere
about the permanent establishment ofa of the baloon America, and

Line jj diamond-cutting industry In' the I will shortly leave for Spitzbergen. The
Exposition ,
Jamestown '
[ colony. I'airship has been tirely reconstructed, in the a

NORFOLK VA. has new motors and posesses a lift
I The Life Insurance : ing power of 19,500 pounds. City.

: Excursion Tickets on Sile Daily : : muddle has started, the public to I

thinking. The wonderful success that For a cold or a cough take Ken-
s I
Las met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin I nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is

its crusade on Coughs Influenza. i better than any other cough remedy a
information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent I The
& Great flea lathe
fall Gure
Jet I Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troub because its laxative principle assuresa ( ,
Seaboard, or write,
Ii les-has started the public to think- healthy, copious action of the

:*'Lc.EpyLSTON, JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. ing of this wonderful preparation. bowels and at the same it heals Irritation B ro m 0-- Pep si n

il l:. I I I I I M I II I I I U I I 1 I i I I I I II i i i I 1 i III I I They are all using it. Join the procession of the bowels and at the ;

( and down with sickness. same time it heals irritation of the "Note the Word Pepsin", i

.i II II I I . I I I I I t I I I . I . Price 25c 50c and $100. Sold by I I throat, strengthens the bronchial Headache. Indigestion.
Suwanee Drug Co. d-w tubes and allays inflammation of the PIIPPC

SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis mucous membrane. Contains Honey UUl\CO In tomnla KerTonaess
DOR 1 Swedish railway waiting rooms are and Tar, pleasant to take. Children On the ,Spot.

'r not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is. provided with couches and porters like It. Conforms to the National No Opiates. Absolutely Harmless
Pure Food and Law. Cold
Drug by
broad enough to accommodate all, andllHE come around and wake slumberersten
minutes before the train is to City, Pharmacy. d* All DnggiiU. 10. tit, ad M

t ARE ITS PATRONS: start. for Sale By
The native of Borneo place rudely
folks with their small The City Pharmacy
L-The young savings. If You Don't I carved images of female figures by ,

2.-The breadvi,inner striving to accumulate a fundto the side of the entrances to their huts. LIVE OAK, FLA. .
succeed the first time use
procure a home or a competency for old age. instant relief. The The imagine represents a goddness, U-23-trwi-Vl.
and you will get I
3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and greatest liver regulator. A positivecure which protects the house from any
the income provided. harm or sickness. If there should be
for Constipation, Dyspepsia, THOMPSON
illness previously to the placing of & WARRENDrays
4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. + :Malaria, Chills and all liver com-

: plaints. Mr. C-., of Emory Texas, the butiong at the entrance she pre- and Delivery Wagons.
HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida : vents it from becoming worse.
writes: "My wife has been using Her- Furniture moving and Lumber
blue for herself and children for five '
"Here's to your health and ho'pplness" Hauling Specialties.
years. It is a sure cure for constipation -
DeWitt's Little Early Risers
and malaria fever, which is sub- STOVE WOODAny
-famous little pills Nasty sick
stantiated by what It has done for
headache or biliousness may come on length delivered to any part
my family. Sold by Suwannee Drug
any time; the cure is an Early Riser.
Co, d-w of city promptly. Give us your
w Sold by City Pharmacy.
d.1 I I busines. Phone 55.
To the Mullahs: who were dis-
Admiral II. N. Manney, one of the
his initiation into Free-
pleased at
American representatives at the wire-
Amir explained on his H. J.
masonry: less conference in 1906 is quoted in

return from India that there was Berlin as authority for the statement Contractor and Builder
nothing in the craft opposed to :Mo-
Twos aaass that whereas before the conferencea

hammedlsm. quarter of a mile was the limit for Apply for plans, estimates

wireless telephoning, it is now pos- I and specifications.
Sick In the French lang-
LiversA A one-act play
uage has been written by Queen Victoria -, sible thirty to communicate miles. The over system a distanceof experi- i Office on Ohio Ave., A. C. L. Crossing-

In all probability it
of Spain. mented with is meant for marine use

PURELY VEGETABLE will be produced by aristocratic only as it is more costly and less ef- GO TOE

amateurs at San Sebastian during fective on land than the ordinary sys-
COMPOUND the summer. tem. T. J. CLEMMONS,

CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. When your back aches It is almost

;. QUICKLY, CURES 81A ALL MALARIA.OVER COMPLAINTS.CHILLS and invariably an indication that some- t
Best Friend.
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by thing is wrong with your kidneys. My For Fresh Groceriesand
TORPID UVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause Alexander Benton. who lives on

today may tare you a tick spell tomorrow. a break down of the entire sys- Rural Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y.,
Bladder says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is
tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Best FloridaMeats
CURED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER Pills afford prompt relief weak kidneys my best earthly friend. It cured me

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED backache, inflammation of the of asthma six years ago. It has also

Mrs.W.A. Whitewell, Emory. Tex., bladder and air urinary troubles. performed a wonderful cure of in- at the .
writes: "My child had chills: and fever wife. The first bottle ended the ter-
Pharmacy.The s
Sold by City
tot four years. We tried all kinds of rible cough and this accomplished
medicine,and fiaaUyan acquaintance of .
the other symptoms left one by one,
nine recommended Herbine. We used London Building Journal hears -
three bottles, and the child is now completely that two distinguished architects until she was perfectly well. Dr.

cured. You hire my permission noted for their forceful language, are Kirg's New Discovery's power over West End Market.
to publish this testimonial, as I cheer- coughs and colds is simply marvelous. -
folly recommend Herbine to all mother about to Issue a book on "The Brick-
." No other remedy has ever
bang children afflicted at mine." i la}"er's English," with an appendix of I 1
equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar-
; filet K3TTIZ. Me GET THE GENUIXBBALURD I special words by an American building Phone 169. Fr-e Delivery. r
clay & Groover druggists. 50c and
SNOW LINIMENT CO. superintendent. $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w.1|

ST. LOUIS U. S. A. I DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel I Live Oak, : : Florida.Chamberlain's ,

New- York State Health Commissioner -
Salve does not merely heal on the sur-
Porter has given out advance I!
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY face;, it penetrates the pores and I
I of article the pollution
copies an :
promptly relieves pain caused by
guwannee Drug Company. I boils burns scalds, cuts and skin and self-purification of ice, which will i i
be in the bulletin of the ,
__ published
diseases. It is especially good for '
I 4**** PROCLAMATION'. from Wards Nos 3 and 4, to I piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by department, soon to be issued. The
article summarizes the: history of
li.y l' given that at theatr fill nnexpired term caused by re- City Pharmacy. d known infection from ice and makes Colic Cholera & Diarrhea Rern2dyf

Election of theSowannee moval from Wards and resignationof I it clear that there is less danger of
Lh. Oat, Missionary work among the British '
has teed
> County, Incumbents. infection therefrom than is popularly Almost every family ?
it 10e held on the first Tues- Given under hand and seal North sea fishermen has its difficulties I supposed. Dr. Porter points out that I of a reliable remedy for cote or J
t&7. my of Lowestoft says
A. The rector the
D. diarrhea during
at time
1107. at the Ice tends to purify itself by reason of I some Q
the of March A. D. 1907. first boarded a fishing
Chamber 21st. day that when he |
and In
manner and the low temperature. !I year. F
L Jl'elerlbed by law. the fol- ,, (Seal) M. E. BROOMB, smack fie of the men rushed down This remedy is recommended ,

IIIQJdpal offlcer of said i Mayor City of Live Oak. Into the cabin two jumped Into the i by dealers who have sold it for j

are. to b Toted for and elect Suwannee County, Florida funnel and another sprang over- ; While some excavations were goingon .many years and know its value! _

A a 1Or* Clerk Treasurer Attest: board. at San Patrizio, a suburb of the It has received thousands
aUed by S. P. MAYS Clerk. town of Pa via, Italy, seventy skeletons testimonials from gn tdul people tIt

collector: a Marshal lame person and; Live Oak Florida. lk>n't "ayIimo...)'. were found placed in a straight has been prescribed phy- tsciauj x

laslieetor. filled by -To be divorced from your appendix line also some fragments of weapons.It with the racit satisfactory t q
0'II( b lame per for It if appears that the bones are those of results.It <
A14enaan Alderman from Ward *.I I I >+ M-fr'M fr-H-M It 111111'*: 11 ere will be bowels no occasion regular with you DrKing's soldiers killed in the famous battle has often saved life before !

414erau from from Ward Ward* Xo.3 I' DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, i: keep your New Life Pills. Their actionis { of Pa via. fought on February 24, medicine could have been sent fo jor j
o. t
!Laa I 1525. between King Francis I. of a physician summoned. j
hem that the appendix ne"elhas
Ward No. 4; so gentle V., It only! costs Can
from J VETERINARY. t make the least cou- France and Emperor Charles a quarter. j
Ward ; cause
-h.. No. 5; an I by Barclay & .. when the former was taken prisoner you aCord to risk so much for so t ;
lie' e City at Large: Solicits your patronage-Office < plaint. while writing the historic sentence11 : title? BUY IT NOW '.
i 25 cents. Try
Tree. to nn + residence-Phone (3rings) 148 j Groover druggists. ..
ex- at "
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tend thanks to their neighbors and OCR TALLAHASSEE LETTER.

Additional Locals. friends In Deerfield, who did all In (Continued from page one.) :

-. their power to aleviate ten sufferingsof further sale or disposition of said NOTICE T:

the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Mock lands for the purpose of reclamationand *

Joe Turner former sawyer at Al- were accompanied by their son-in- drainage and paying,the expenses : To Contractors and Prospective Bu&fersv _

ton, left this morning with his family law. F. H. McCullough section fore- of the trust.

for Lake City to make their future man on the East Coast. This injunction shall stand dissolved I THE LIVE OAK BRICK

home. While here they were the unless complainant shall within & Sift Yt(

guests of Mr.. Lamb's family.J Yesterday a large number. men twenty days from this date execute ,

j arrived here from Georgia and other and file in the office of the clerk of : will furnish you your Lime, Cemen, ,_ _

:D. Radford and brother of Lake parts, including a superintendent en [this court, a bond with two good and i: Plaster, Laths and all kinds cf']
City have returned from the mantle route to Alton to work at the big mill I sufficient be approved by, :
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime
of the Fenholloway river where they: there. Some of them had their I the clerk of said court. In the sum Brick Aatit :

t enjoyed a splendid outing on the Gulf. I families with them and there were no :,of ten thousand dollars, conditioned

They had a glorious' time fishing, foreigners among them. They were to pay to the said defendants trusteesas Oak
The Live Brick -
camping and hunting.At good looking men,' and had the ap- aforesaid such damages as they i & Smty

pearance of desirable citizens. Every may sustain by the issuing of this In-
the>Taylor county circuit court man was extremely reticent, conver- junction if the same shall be dis

'' Dr. Boatright was sentenced to pay sing with no one, and if pickets'were solved." I

a fine of $250 and serve six months employed by the deposed labor to dis- I

; in JaiL The pardoning board has remitted -I courage them, they could not pos- CRISIS WITH FRANCE. iIII

I the jail sentence. Roberson sibly have reached them. The reporter ,

& Small represented the defendant. caught onto their tactics at Prohibition Tariff on Cotton Seed

I once through a search made by'threeof Products Threatened in Measure III SOUTHERN BUSINESS C CT

O. D. McFarland will have full them for delayed baggage and sur- Pending in Chamber of

charge of the office of the Dowling mised their destination and object Deputies.

Lumber Co., at Alton. Mr. McFar- which R.L. Dowling himself con-
WashingtonMay: 6.-The attitudeof
land Is a gentleman of marked business firmed. Every train will now bring
in declining
: the French government
capacity Is thoroughly in line forth new men for this milL No experiment -
to accept as sufficient for Im-por-
with the business policy of his em- will be made with Inex-
tatlon purposes the tag of the agricul-
ployers, and no better manager of perienced labor, and a man must ,
tural department affixed to fresh
that big concern could have been prove himself fully competent to get -
meats has convinced the state department 1it-
found. his name on the pay roll. Moreover )
officials that the time has ar-
they must be of good moral character ,.Ir'-
rived when the effort must be madeto
Captain. J. Hillman, an Impor- reasonably sober and industrious 1 r Ka.t .
reach a general agreement with
tant factor in Live Oak's progress.was and a class of men fully up to the ti, ; -
France to govern the trade relations : -
in town yesterday. The captainis standard that characterized the former : pl r'I .
between the two governments.It ; t
one of the largest turpentine operators employees.
is believed that the present attitude I
in the state.-Friday's Ocala I
I of French custom officials is
Star. I The deal that has some time been if SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
the result of extreme conservatism ;
pending between Thomas Dowling,
rather than any actual opposition to
James Hightower, a clerk in the CapL Tift, R. L. Dowling and others,
the modern American method of meat if
offices of the Live Oak, Perry & Gulf in which the former sought to dis-
inspection and certification.The For three months a FOUR MOl'TIIS'scrro
and Miss Annie Blount daughter of pose of all his monstrous business In- will be issued in ANY
French customs officials are, :;g:; good DEPARTMENT for only hUt
Mrs. Blount were happily married in terests in this section, was consummated -
naturally slow to their Special in all Departments have been
the Advent church last evening by Saturday.: This includes all change I ::: courses u inaswfestudent
methods of handling imports, and be- + entering on this special offer can finish within the bit
Eld. J. T. Butler.
The groom is one Mr. Dowling's interests in the Dow-
sides it was pointed out these := scholarship.i .
: of our most popular young men, and ling Lumber and Naval Stores Co.,

the bride is one of Live Oak's sweet- and the Live Oak. Perry & Gulf Railroad methods have not r yet finaly crystal i is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miaLI

est young girls. Congratulations. but not the waterworks here, ized into permanent form even in this. Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with .efc

which is his personal property. country in the. short time that has ; ; help you to a good paying position, or get better one then}UIItJ'
elapsed since the enactment of
Mrs. A. A. Keeffe. of Wellborn yesterday "Tom" Dowling as he is familiarly the
pure food law. Hence it is believed I I WRITE FOR CATALOG.
received the sad Intelligence called by everyone, has been an active I

qf the death of her father at Dupont, worker here for years, and has been that the present issue is not a seriousone. !

and passed through here en route to eminently successful. He was borne I

that point. while here she was th in Hamilton county September 25, Prohibition---Tariff. SOUTUI I 4 OLIVE

guest of Mrs. A. D. Hemming. #851. He was deprived of the advantages i
It has however served to direct
Mrs. G. B. Lord wife of
our efficient 0f youthful education, havIng .
the attention of the officials to the OAK FLORIDA
treasurer can lay claim to be to look out for himself, as his ,

the best 'trucker in this section father was poor and an invalid fore necessity of framing a program for

Saturday she brought to town a fin many years prior to his death, but the treatment of,all those Issues that I L. M.tI fITTON, President G. S. STEPHENS, :

beet raised in her garden that weighed endowed with natural ability and the are developing between France and

four pounds and six and one-half faculty of observation he made his America. Consul General Mason at
Paris has called the attention of the
ounces. obstacles I
way through before which
f state department to the
men possessed of all the benefits of importanceof AX EXPLANATION DEMANDED. r knows, I known and'4l

Rev. C. A. Ridley preached at both schooling have gone down in failure. a measure now pending before the [zees of the City of]U.

hours yesterday and had three adds Working for wages as a wheelwright, than French chambers Increasing by more A Most Unfortunate Rumor Going the t wannee County know,ktfc

tions during the day. This makes until 1880, with the savings from his 400 per cent the tariff duties on further proof 1 wd

320 since his pastorate began two and daily pay he embarked in the sawmill American cottonseed oil, which, of Rounds at the State. Capital. I resolution providing ton

one-half years ago. The morning business in Live Oak and here he has course. Is practically a prohibitiverate. To the Editor of The Democrat: tlonal amendment tot&u

theme was: "How a Preacher Cometo been ever since, and has prospered Another French proposition to Please allow me space in your 'val the Capitol fromCity Tark.*

Widen His Creed" and at night since that time. He was married to which Mr. Mason calls attention uable paper to demand in behalf of of Live Oak tin Le s

"Running the Christian Race" On :Miss Laura Weeks in 1876 and seven would without doubt completely wipe the patriotic and public-spirited citi- 'ery prospect of pts&jl!
out the
account of sickness, a great were kept children have been born to them, one flourishing and growing Am- zen of Live Oak and Suwannee countyan Public sentiment vu<

the members of the church were kept of whom is dead. He lost a fortune erican shoe trade with France for it explanation from Reverend C. A. ly In favor of thei

away from both services. through the destruction of his mill proposes an increase of duty of 60
Ridley, of
per cenLC.LHOCX your city relative to a cer- friends of Live 0X tak|
here by fire. However he pulled tain rumor that was being circulated I|i gion. were earnestly et.os

Saturday morning a few of LiveOak's through and forged to the front HOUSE considerably at Tallahassee, duringthe i I resolution, and It TU]

sweetest little girls, chaperoned again. He has wrought his own DESTROYED BY present week. The writer happened ceded that the reaotofci'J

by Henrietta McGriff and Berta destiny and is a striking illustration FIRE. to be in Tallahassee for a short J'r almost unanimously

Williams, went out near the Bridge's of the aphorism that every man is the -- while during the and I I
present week
the Senator and RepreIiLeon
place on a picnic given by little Miss architect of his fortune. Mr. Dow- Guests from Scantily Clad, All Escaped there heard this rumor and person- I I County opposligCM'

Louise Coachman. They had a delightful ling retires from active business life the Building-Perry's
ally knows that
same Is now being |! heartedly; but this ramatrwas |
time romping playing and with clean hands and a competencythat HoteL
circulated. The *
rumor IsJo this ef- suddenly sprta |
fishing. Among those in the party is in no manner tainted. Unlike Perry May 5.-About 2:40 o'clock fect: that II I e
recently when Rev. C. A. which feU among the Wfj
were Rachael Bardin, Mildred Smith- he is this morning the Calhoun
many wealthy men, easily approached house, one Ridley started on his trip to Atlanta Oak like a bomb, 1Iot"*
son, Louise Coachman Henriette Mc- and the common laborercan of the handsomest and most popular and other I
points In the
State of Missouri .
of the enemy.If
Griff and Bertha .VUliams. A real converse with him as freely as hotels of the town was found to be ?
( ), shortly after boarding a I this report Is sat-
nice repast was served, picnic i can bloated millionaire. on fire. The alarm _
style, a His bene- was quickly given pUilman at Live I act 5
I Oak bound for calculated to do -
it is
and the children enjoyed themselves I factions have been many and he has and the guests of the house roused Jacksonville !
he dropped off to entirely4
if it does
to the utmost. but the flames
given with a free hand. Live Oak fanned by the breeze, and
a short time thereafter was sud- [olntion. SoBro.E&t5you.
-- much Thomas soon enveloped the
owes to Dowling. and entire
building deny awakened by the stir and bustle behalf of LiT<011
Dr. Armstrong, who makes ; "gu- it is a pleasure to know that he has which was a two-story frame build of i I in *,
city life the noise of I bIt1I
whistles to
machinery her
lar professional visits to Live Oak the not the remotest idea of doing otherwise who love *
ing.The etc.. denoting the ,monnfo/ If the ab*!
first --- --- ------- nation and see
Tuesday of each month, will be than making this his future building and contents were all
turing "
here on schedule time Tuesday, May home. Relieved of business cares he consumed, nothing being saved enterprises, the rolling of car- done can be undone. lIi
ex- riages
and the ***
7th. The doctor .has a great; many will join others of our city in build- cept a few trunks belonging to guests. clattering ofthehorses'hoof i, prayerful earnestneA t
on the U4Ie! jf
vitrified }
patients, also patients he is treatingfor ing up Live Oak and his money will Occasionally a guest could be pavements. respect for Bra

nervous and chronic troubles by not be invested for peculation, but marching out with, an arm full seen of too.Being somewhat startled at this and f I' elude with a proms I

the neurological bed somewhat surprised that he had not hear from me"";
system. Crosseyeshe improvements that will rebound to clothing, but oftener they :
escaped made the alt
trip to IJ
straightens without ,the knife, the glory of our town and county.His with nothing and were only Jacksonville In so nation is entirely
scantly short a time, In lift
under an absolute guarantee. All real estate here is not for sale clad. this dilema he sprang J 4th day of May 1JI

classes taken cared for twelve but will be added to and improved, The origin of the fire is unknown case from and his seat, seized _his traveling I' WILLIS WlMBli

months from the time of starting and he expects to spend the remalnd- as all the guests were asleep at that rushed out of the pullman _
treatment if necessary. Glasses are erof his days here.General early hour but when first down the street. But XOT1CK. e
seen the
suddenly It I
fitted for all visual defects by the I I fire seemed to be issuing from the that he dawned upon Mr. Ridley -- n

most modern and scientific lines. Dr. Hudson Dead. kitchen though there was supposed and was in the city of Lake City, Meeting of the 'Libre i

Armstrong is furnishing and equip to have been turning quickly to regain the
no fire
Topeka Kan., May 5.-MaJor Gen. there for several Pullman he of peI
ping a room in the Ethel hotel wherebe hours. saw to his dismay that | All members i
Joseph K. Hudson died at his home the train had 1 tbo* "
will practice on his visits here. The The building already pulled out for sociation and .
today of heart disease. During the was a new one, built Jacksonville.
doctor remains but one day May 7th. about a year Now I feel confident to become neml>erl'l l
war with Spain he did ago and was owned
good work at and that Mr. Ridley has i' 4 -i
run by Mr. W. an explanation meet promptlY.
Tampa Fla., and Huntsville Ala., F. Calhoun. The loss to i 8th. ai
\ '. A. Mock and wife came up from is not less than offer and as soon as his attentions j afternoon. May i
preventing demoralization and dis- 10000. only partially called i 1
to the
Deerfield Saturday to bury their fact that such Library Buildin-
aster from disease. covered by insurance.The an explanation calei! t
daughter here, and left for their loss will be keenly Is very much needed and This meeting to

home in Deerfield this morning. :Miss THE FARRIS RESOLUTIONS many guests who lost their felt by I desired at this time he will gladly pose of electing d
personal make board
Connie was just blowing into womanhood (Continued from page one.) belongings. The fire the explanation. Because if members of the r
succeeded there Is sf"
being only fifteen years of of constitutions in the United States In saving the adjoining no explanation for this unfortunate Members will be -.

age, and a bright and happy future seems uniformly to have been to keep property. rumor, then the fact that unity to pay their

seemed to be before her. She had beenin legislation down to a mininum not Harry Williams Brother Ridley should suddenly wake D. Eo HOJ. i
one of the
most up in Atlanta = = -:;
por health for seevral months an entirely bad idea and that appears popular conductors on the Atlantic and find himself in collision --- -

but was only confined to her bed two to have been the result so far Coast Line and who was with a street-car is very easily A. L. HenrY p4vUle.
weeks. She was buried at Friend- this session. The positive results are married afWaycross. was here explained. He was Just not at were here
yesterday himself. 'pI
ship church: Rev. C A. Ridley of- yet to be seen, on the most Important with his beautiful bride W. S. Smith

ficiating. The family desires to ex Issues before the legislature of 1907. relatives. visiting Now. that this Is a very unfortu.. Smith returned hoar ...

I ate report at this time, Bro. Ridley terday to spend a f."

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