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 7, 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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No. 266. .- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, 'n'ESDAY1L\.Y! 7, 1O07._ TEN CENTS A WEEK. -



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CKy. Mo. May '7.
Tallahassee. May 6.-There was an be one of the air of unusual activity in the legisla-

.' twenty-year : ture today a large number of bills

r.trtSe. namely, Q P on both the senate and house calendars -
by the
/ property t being disposed of.

|tsMUy appointed O Beginning tomorrow. the house

i eonrt. is will be in session an extra hour each

ons, afternoon.The .
r | seeks work newly-elected senator from the
ta the state, the
r Seventeenth district, Hon. John B.

i secMssion of Johnson, of Live Oak, was sworn in

i tad some 1 to succeed Senator Newlan. deceased

I to fcfoVned by making the senate complete for the

tsdIcted brewing first time during the session.

|i *bees much Mr. Trammell's bill limiting express -

I knvery agents. charges to 25 cents for not

iten. the title to more than five pounds was made a
beta hurriedly \ -Minor in St., Louis Post-f ispatc
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special order for Tuesday.
i tft* receivers The senate
passed Mr. Matthews'of

tutu rtU ltd from; to the VALDOSTA[ LIQUOR: fiGHT: "16";. EXPRESS a RATES_I SHORTAGEINWHEATCROP\ Marion's railroad commissioners house bill, authorizingthe to employ

: special counsel by a vote of 25 to 3,
'At PltUburg w j jy
the latter
I' being Messrs. Buckman _
a new 'I -
Clark and Johnston.
Opposition to
the bill was based on the theory: that
all law business of the state should
be conducted through the office of the
tet* 4ed tQ take r. I
I attorney generaL On the other hand
with the
votes were made for the bill by the

Ittfaf t tlM state It and PROMINENT SPEAKERS THERE FIRST ''EXPRESS ':RATE CASE fALL GRAIN CROPS INJUREDTraders fact that the present railroad com-

mission and Attorney General Ellis

tttaffe lasUted are not entirely In harmony.The .
|0ia> |>u; owned I f house made MrBeard's suf

I Met te grounds Women Have Organized Auxiliary Case Was Bl"OughbT the Society'of and Commission Men In theWest frage amendment 'a special order for

1 to Mm. The to Clubs and Are Distributing and American Florists'Because'Charges Say Wheat Crop Will be Wednesday afternoon, and on motion .,.

"* i*k no move Wearing. White ,Badges.... I WeieUnreasonable.... 1 Very Short of Mr. Reese Invited Mr. Beard to address
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ai!+r.K"h'lbpe t .; -.;e_ ..- .. them tomorrow evening at & '

I o'clock in the halL .
Valdosta- Ga.%'May 7.-The prohibition Washington. D' C, May 1.The Chicago, May 7.-The last week on The house passed Mr. Clark's bill, -

is i I5TO was'R campaign here is about 'to interstate commerce commission,has the Chicago board of trade has seena prohibiting fraudulent labor contracts -

? GlLU'TEIt.'I. overshadow all other questions for rendered its first opinion in a case in- revi\l of the activity which pre- by a vote of '43 to'8,' bfter rd -

the present time. The prohbiitionists voving the reasonableness of an express vailed there several years ago. and it jetting by a small majority, 'Mr.

I Otefatl gaits to have.been organizing their forces forth rate The ease was brought,by is predicted by the more optimistic Reese's amendment subjecting to a-

Aia M the Gag east six months and are working the Society of American Florists who traders that this wiy continue at a penalty anyone compromising any "

fI fcBcd the State.Pt hard to carry their point. Each claimed that the rate charged by the higher level for, some time to come. prosecution begun under the act. the, .

month, when the council meets, the United States.Epress Company on'cut The cold weather conditions which amendment being designed to pre-
May .
question comes up before that body flowers from New Jersey points to have prevailed so, continuously vent practical peonage, which the opponents -
I Mils will be
and usually ends in a fiasco.In New York city was unreasonable,.excessive throughout the west: ,and southwest of the bill declare it makes '

Todd the meantime the-forces for a add unjust ,This rate; till have,been the chief.cause of the increased possible. A companion bill in the
lor the
fight ,in the county at the polls continue JUly 1906.. was 50cents per hun- volume of trade. Never in senate by Mr. Gerardeau has been
1 I i MB lete list of '
I their work of getting names to dred pounds, and at that, time was the history of the weather bureau reported unfavorably. ,

HtQ tf the the petition; to,call. the election. Sun- raised to $1 per hundred pounds.' has such extended and such severe Mr. Hudson's bill for capitol extension i

[:ft coBnlssioa day afternoons have been set apart as Commissioner\ Franklin Lane, who weather existed at, this time of:,the : was. postponed',until, Wednes

unions rally days. W:, D. Upshaw, better delivers 'the opinion of the commis- year ? day." .
known as "Ernest Willie," was the sion, holds that the rate should be The result has been a growing conviction Senator Conova Introduced an "

*4Jons. on speaker ,Sunday::: Jqdge; Parker reduced to 50 cents per hundred on the part of many: traders amendment to move the capital to

a Oaks Rai ne ,.of the Brunswick circuit, was the pounds The express company defended and commission men that.the crop: of Jacksonville.The' .

I X11 be based on orator last Sunday-,, and, Judge Cov- its Increase of 100 per its winter wheat has been, seroiIatfI Dorman resolution to move Itt

a1at tut the Ington, of, Moultrie. was the speakeron rate by claiming that the delivery damaged and one excellent authority Live Oak has been reported unfavorably

!* U* state fof the:Sunday before. service given cut flowers in New York I has made the prediction that the crop In the house.

'-"wUHed only The women have organied their was much more expensive than that will be about 100,000,000 bushels be- The joint committee to investigatethe

> of domestic auxiliary, ,and are distributing and given other articles, and that it could : low that of last year. Conflicting re- internal improvement board is

l Mi as wearing white badges, with the 'wd d"prohibition" not increase its rate a sufficient ports have been received from all sections : holding another executive session tonight

i 1lktrll.. printed upon them. amdtfnt to meet the expense of this regarding the damage inflictedby I despite the house resolution-in

4 Co.. They have also made arrangementsto special' service without largely In- the Tureen bug," and from Okla- structing its members to the contrary :

I Y. Hasten, have the Methodist church bell to creasing the total rate, because of,Its homa.especlally;' have the reportsbeen with three of the house members

I ring at 11 o'clock each day as a 'sign contracts with the railroads under, ,of I A contradictory character. I present tonight, leaving the'commit-

tanner I for general prayer for a' prohibition which it is required to pay 45 cents ,,' !tee equally divided between the .
aid I victory. I -of Its gross receipts to the railroad LIVELY AT T\LLAH\SSEE. house and senate, /

t 1I oIved, : The antis, in the meanUme.are notentirely companies :for their service. A bill was,introduced ,by Mr Wilson
tQ ot Lee, to abolish the municipal
t lo inactive. They are -said : Legislative CommitteeReport Unfavorable ,,1
government,of Estero 'Teed's colony,
be their forces jfnJine, and ., :
elaborate : getting j ,1\0. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GEN: '; Important Bills.
the largest city in area in the world, .
will make hard against
t d uhUl a ght pro- ERIL. '
iVZ.w hibition. ,.- Tallahassee, May 7.-2 p. m.- containing 144 square miles. .,
JWW gold, .. The house committee has reproted The certificate of election of Mr..J. .-
i w* Bill Authorizing Internal Improvement '
. [ process '* spent by that board; that''the build Board to Advertise Lands Offered unfavorable the; ,bilja for.;,(he,proposed B. Johnson of Live Oak as senator .
new counties o{ Eden and Seminole, from Snwanaee county was presented
p4,, sf the ing could not be duplicated for $13- For Sale Passed. -
is the actionof.the by Senator Adams.. On motion of
likely com-
et tie 000.000; that no bill'was finally settled :Tallahassee, May 7.-In the senate
mittee will be sustained,by the house. Senator Cone, the regular order of
to th.' until, the article head been, measured this morning, the Clark bill to create ,
** The; house committee who had in business was waived and the newly .,
schedule required
b'a gs are or weighed as the office; of assistant attorney gener- 'J
charge the uniform t itbook.b11l. also senator from (he Seventeenth
its t and that every bill was certified al was defeated.
reported it unfavorable the vote of was sworn In by Justice Whitfield.
1 to by Huston and Shumacher as Senator Trammell's bill was pass-
committee being four, to three. A Today was the first day that Suwan-
to Ita before paid.In the amount
H,wer. accuracy ed without debate, fixing
has had representation in
nee county
hot 6ght'on this measure is sure to
meta' view of the recent disclosures allowed to be charged' by express I
follow with chances'about'equal for the senate owing to the recent deathof '
the is waiting Pennypacker's shipments
public eagerly companies for carrying "
explanation of the action of within the state. its passage, though reported unfav Senator Newlan. ; ..
: orable by majority of the committ.eP"V.
!g board, in approving and paying The house passed several bills f, Coo

these bills. among them Crane's bill validating : treMted; '
t all good roads%contracts, and Sams' \ M. Bennett, of the Park, is in Live Oak, Fla., May i, 1907. I
d the city today Dear Mr. Wrinkles.-Replying'to' ,
i Carey McDaniel has 'started his bill for agricultural and other stati- ;

t i3 mill at Platt Station. cites. The McWilliam's amendment your public inquiry of yesterday* beg
""sue, authorizing the legislature to fix The county commisioners are In leave to say that all you suggest" is -
officials passed on session today with a full board in true except this I did not" take a
of judicial
CoL .Levy Lee went to Tallahassee salaries
else fast 'reading. The amendment tendance Pullman In Live Oak: did not dream
Col. Lee Is a candidate for third Qt.r
13:" is W ihs court Matthew's of Jofari a. to Abolish office -, and did not go by Lake City when
and the "
ge of the criminal
s apointment is "expected to'.,be' made? of county treasurer, passed to if' W. Ward, of, WUmarth ; was In leaving- for Atlanta., Most sincerel-,

>* >* x -_ x Miar wee :-','third reading. I.the city today. C. A. RIDLEY.a '

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i aerial locomotive which was to merchants should have Success I Residency at Ethel Hotel.

S that designed to run upon goods in stock. One of salesmen I FboDK Office.No.168.Rewdence. I
J vai 'hue will gladly show the full line of .No*.23 or 168.
-jx to> a frame 150 you Drag Store(Barclay&Groover)No. 16.
*** by JO feet wide,
covered feel
sure we can give the
fe and a tall 60 feet long. It Success Goods M.E.. BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There Is an

_;.. U&lI1:' patented.; A' review added stiffness and a glorious gloss
t tt the I put upon our work that enhances the
time that It would L ATTORNEY
Success Shirts will sell COUNSELOR LAW.
surely and
iN pppearance lengthens the life of
, kMd
man tq(mount It,"with. Success Underwear just do well, LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. your linen. Bring your Shirts, Collars -

PJfWciinj;for many a yard with I Success Hose and Success Ties Will practice in all-the court of the State. Special Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
ftf'tar attention given to Conveyances. Collection Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, .
aloft with wings of Successful men and women get wise. of RenU.. Etc. AU buaineea promptly attend'edto. etc. to our
: Laundry, and will
:ke you have them
revolTIng shields, and Watch for abit foot next week. NOTARY PUBLIC STAn AT LAXCX.. quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory
Issuing from
Its manner at a satisfactoryprice.

i Ltaieo't r Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. L. M. DIXON, .. alive -- -

&Umony. S
!!dlTOrced from your appendix. DENTIST. Oak Steam Laundrv_
Mia n
11l be ------J.
110 -- -- --
occaslon for It If you OETODONTIA, : CROWN : AND BRIDGE
regular with 0g. WORK. : SPECIALTIES.
.jew Ute PUla. Their action 1 Meal From the Life-Mill. .
ItItUt tha. When you're sowing wild oats do
.. appendix never Baptist Ministers at Tampa Adopt
.eie to IX1&te'the least coin you ever stop to think that they may T. J. LYLE
Guaranteed by Important Resolution. come home to you as a breakfast.
Barclay &
: Practical
dru g15t*. 25 cents. Try Last'week the Baptist Ministers' food? FOLEY'S
When you are climbing to the hilltop : WATCHMAKJEWELER
[ d-w. Institute In session at Tampa, adopted I
It is with the idea that you'll! I
the fOlowlng resolution So year's experience
!,t'.3 : cut a big slice out of hte moon, and
f'. NOTICE. Whereas, Word has come to us pull stars like flowers and it's a Good stock of Watches always on hand.

6*\ the, that the citizens of Lake City would great disappointment when the light- I HONEY >TAR
library Association.F be willing to confer with the Baptistsof ning comes to lash you home again.
**** of the Why should you growl because you CITY BARBER SHOP. :
: Library As- Florida looking to the establishment I
*** find the thorns with the roses? If The
L? those who would like of a Baptist College in that the roses can stand them you oughtto We have opened up a barber shop original
"",:V8"! we requested tow city upon condition of the donationof be willing to tolerate them.-F. L. on Ohio avenue, in the White build LAXATIVE
". ; < o'clock.Wednesday the plan formerly known as the G., In Atlanta Constitution. ing, and solicit the patronage of the cough remedy.
**T.8ta. Agricultural College of Florida; now white people. Shop Is
newly For
at the Public coughs, colds, throat and lung
,a* therefore be It HAS NO up and everything kept neat and troubles. No opiate Non-alcoholic.
leaned "Resolved, That It is the sense of clean. I Good for ever bod.1. Sold erery where.
the purItUiJ0 I t this body that our State convention UwADuKAs&v-g. I The
I genuine
and new (incorporated) take steps to confer I McQueen & Griffin FOLEVS HONEY and
1 Of .'3 with the citizens of Lake City relative odor. Does not injure the skin bat keep.'I 1 %Yellow package.Rcfuseaubatitlltea.Prepared .
." tfwnvan opport-t to,the matter to the end that a Baptist it earL U your grocer does not keep it.send hi*I 1 only by
<:-i t. *: ? \48ca. college may be established Lavadura Chemical Co. VOLmIlONEYANDTAF I|I Foley A Company, Chicago.
:: ;PresIdent. I
: I
-, ; there. ? SAVANNAH, GFORGIA. Car** Colds I p....we..:'" Pneeeiear City Pharmacy;}
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From good'authodt, we learn that

I} Published every Afternoon. Senator Frank Adams of Hamilton pOW PARK 1 Suit U

Except Sunday. county, will in all probability b@ ,a .
tfW *
candidate for the United, States senate -
J. F. SHERWOOD Editor and 1d&'g'r.Entered "* I ,T OOWH UTOII THE SUWA1WEE IWEIT Have
succeed Senator S. R. Mallory.Mr. .

I I Adams Is being urged by many

t, as,the Second Postoffice.Class Lire Mail Oak.:Matter prominent men from all parts of the Mineral l Springs Hotel and Cottages. Splendid

state to make the race but as it is COOO BECS ftUhNlNt
November 7 1905. f GOOD TABLE.
sometime until the campaign begins WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES- 'TELE RAPH AND : We

whether or not lie will enter the race. RATES: REASONABLE GULF E A uKVE 05WIliui THAWS

THE 'DAILY DEMOCRAT win -b. 1 Mr. Adams has served twice as president at ==

mailed to any part o{ the 'United ,of the senate; he is well-known ADDRESS PftRK HOTEL\ DOWLING PflRK. FLORIDA LIVE CAK: ,

States postage prepalr for 5.00 and popular and I, recognised as a I

per year; |:.50 for six months; man of great ability and intelligence. : I
$1.25 for three months, or b0 cents Should he enter the race, he will longing to the fund to railroad and . . ',' . t

for five weeks. 'In advance.. De- prove a hard man to defeat, and it canal companies for the purpose of .L

4- 'llvered to any part of the city by is doubtful if there is a man in the aiding in the construction of trans-

# carrier for 10,cents per week. inoperative and fiood TO
state who could defeat b1m. portation lines were Things

Mr.: Adams has. on a number of oc- void, by refusing to obey the legislative -

f United States Senator Frank casions. been mentioned as a candi .1'equ1remeD1..that they should

Adams of Hamilton county don't I date for the position of United States perfect.the' grants by conveyances of $25.QljMICHACLSSTE

sound bad. senator in campaigns of past years the lands. granted, and by announcing .

I IIt'looks but never before has his name been their purpose: to "save the lands

like Judge Palmer will' connected with the position so strongly fOl''the.e.." And this,:in the face

have to run for governor even though by those who keep "tab" on political of fact that :Such -purposes had been

' the primary U a little expensive.The events and possibilities.-Tallahassee declared by the ,Supreme Court of

True Democrat. the state and the United States to be

announcement thai- 7ohn; W. proper and legitimate purposes foe

Gates has withdrawn from Wall We would like the execution of their trust under the
to see the, union
street does not say how much he was terms of the law creating It. They
depot and city hall completed before
able to draw out when he retired. the state capitol is moved here. then proceeded. by means of forced

sales at sacrifice prices to turn the

I. 1 Prosperity goes marching one and lands they propOsed to "save" into
A South Floridian says that "little
the Live Oak banks hate more money money for the purpose of expending
drops of water on the grains of sand The best woman in the world
on deposit than ever before. The re- the money in a wlId'and impossible
a make a mighty difference on products make bread if -is
could not good \
cent Wall street flurry over stocks scheme for the drainage of lands impossible -
of the land. Drops of water work
'recialm untold she didn't have good floor. The
to without
and bonds did not reach us. when
wonders it comes in contact
'._ Florida millions of expenditure, and which best woman in'jthe world coald-
with sand but its preciousfew n't make butter if she did-
The Houston Post says that "a Floridasand were not likely, to be needed for pur- good ,
drops of water South n't have the kind of milkto
f of occupation and settlementfor right
Democrat is also a man who has contracted had poses
has for these many months.If t
: churn. Neither could th
the habit of permitting the several generations yet unborn. .

other fellows to do the cheering This action..on' the part of the best wojnan in the world make -
this paper isn't printed up so good cake if she used salt for'
around the bulletins on election trustees naturally caused the claimants
you can read it. it's because Jim
night. of lands under the legislative sugar.
Boggs' have eaten all the ink
We have to be to do
grants to take steps for the protection prepared s
r and we have to use lamp-black and enforcement of their rights, and things well and this applies to
According to Judge Parker it took
kerosene and gum as a substitute. If
they went into the Federal courts everything. For instance, Roberts
$3.000.000 to elect Roosevelt presi- he don't keep 'em out of here "we'llrun
seeking to restrain the trustees from Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.
dent in
1904 and Senator Penrose
'em through the our with '
press wasting the i lands and their proceeds j I' ,have six big specialty factories,
it will $5.000,000
says cost $ to defeat such, a heavy impression that he won't
him In 1908. Roosevelt' to until the rights of all parties in in'I with a daily capacity of 40,000
appears get enough lard out of the whole
terest could be.judicially determined. pairs. They employ expert
be in ;
expensive election as well as In bunch next fall to grease a skillet.
defeat. Large sums of. money, the proceeds workmen use the best materialin
Calhoun Democrat.
of.sales, are,now tied up and the litigation all their shoes and the latest

IL: is stil1.pendll1g., and; likely to and best machinery Is used.
1 .-Fromre-uits up-to-date. we, size up"the We notice that one among the
cause much additional expense and They are prepared to make good
presentlegislature as' being longon most hard working members of the ,
} delay before Jt ended and the shoes, that's why"STAR BRAND
politics and short sincerity.. : In house of representatives is to be -
of the interest SHOES ARE BETTER." One
rights respective; parties .
t other words, there is too much play- found a newspaper man. The gentle- ;
flnaly settled. of their shoes the "QUAKER "
Ing to the galleries in the hope of man is Rep. H. A. McKenzie. of
Thus.wiyjbe, seen, the prime for women at $3.00 Is the best ,
furthering personal ambitions' in the the Palatka Times-Herald. Mr. Mc- 1
purpose of the Farris.bl1ls to secure; shoe the money we can find._ ,f 1 IKE: CLOT&l
future. This may work_and .it. may Kinzie has distinguished himself and
u .. with as llttlVdelay as possible from The Star on the heel and the ... .t.-
n< t.-Lakeland wt: proven a credit to his county by the
the home cou-rta. "a final adjudicationof word "QUAKER" woven with
.. introduction of some good bills. Sen-
:fI the' severat vexed questions involved silk In the After
The Times,is the name of a new ator Joe Humphries of, the Braden- fa.clng-are guaranteesthat getting a

r ,::p at"llulberry, one of the fast town Journal is one of the newspaper viz.: the "QUAKER" Is honestly and superb .. ,
to"the ,the several
First as validity of constructed and will
: satisfy.
growing and prosperous to*us ,in legislators who has proven to model Sack
legislative land grants. Come see them and "WALK new
Polk county. Mr. John B. Howe Is be a success and a power. Senator
Second, 4 to the existence of any OX "
STARS. exathi
editor and manager' and the first Humphries has also proven to be a criticallymaterials
trustrea.Ung1bix>n the fund to whichthland
issue is avery creditable paper and staunch friend of Lee county and and the

grants! or any of them
has a splendid advertising patronage. Southwest Florida. Ft. Myers '
were made subject. handtailoringbsay
Sueceas'J<>t ,,, Mr. "Mulberry: Breeze. *
Third as to which of the land
t Times. -: they are thetej
; R7E grants if ant, areTentitled to prior-
-I-. The state pardoning board is always forts
ity of satisfcatlon; and DOWLING 'WM ml you ever saw
"God bless the man with a floweron doing something nice. About '
; Fourth, as to the legal and
proper will be an
his coat, says the Georgian. "It their latest caper is to pardon a man you
disposition of the remnant of lands
shows that he has come from a happy convicted of selling liquor in a dry hundreds of b i

home." We'might add. God bles? county who was'convicted, fined and and money remaining in'the fund.

the man with a hair on the shoulder sentenced to serve six months in the For the suggestion of this simple NA VAL l STORESBCOMPANY[ who have seen,1
and effective method of forever and
,of his coaL It shows that his hap- county jail. He had been convicted speedily disposing of all this trouble are delighted with

py wife lovingly reclined her ,dainty several times before, and the judge
involving the Internal ImprovementFund .
head there just before he left ,hat thought to give him a sentence severe .
the people of Florida In- ,
happy home with a flower on his:coat enough to make a law abiding are HKHAQSSm
debted to the'wisdom and ;
(Provided. of course that the hair sitlzen out of him. but before he had foresightof r
their chief law
Isbfhe, \ tight color.)-American commenced on his jail sentence the officer Attorney
General Ellis and should his am
Times-Recorder. sugges-
pardoning board set him free. Very
tion be adopted by the enactment of
little punish FLA.
use to crime pay court
this bill into a llaw. the Interests of ;) .o .'
Mr. Associate Justice John Marshall costs etc., until some change comes ''
HarWn, dean of the supreme over the pardining board or until the the people would remain 'very pro- . '. i'. II":' In this noted i

coutt'of the United States, lives' oil personel of the pardoning board is perly in his hands as their chosen Mrs. Dicker of will find better
legal representative. Porter's is here
Mount Pleasant. When the "weather: changed. There must be a change. Democrat. TallahasseeTrue today on a.visit to,bqr parents. V i better tailoring

permits he, walks from his residence. somewhere.

to the capitol; ,eve' y*Morning,, a distance Mrs. G. Botvsky. who attended the ,ald-a.J better ?t

of fully four mIes.-'He swings THE FARRIS BILL. OVERFLOW LOCALS. Suraski wedding here returned to At- other'apparelsame. '

along with. .,tilde denoting. excellent The bill introduced by Mr. Farris, The Woodmen meet tonight. lanta today. The

health and ;strength, and tsbould he of Duval entitled "An Act to speed- ... .
encounter' the 'two most illustrious ily settle and determine th etrust Imposed :Mrs. Harver here to prove it
Eld. _Whitfield went to Tallahassee -
Skipper returned to to- J
t: pedestrians in Washington-the president upon the trustees of theinter- Jasper : '
day. T" : yesterday ,in company with
and the'' new British ambassador nal Improvement Fund and to finally j ; her father Hon. R. J. McCutchean. .

-and either should attempt to discharge such trustees," is a wise '

set the pace the veteran jurist would measure calculated 'to dispose of the G. C. Grant went' to Columbia,City Fashionable SP

show them a thing.or two about walking entire controversy now pending and today. ? -.r new FbU*Iii .

: 'Washington Herald.A to do so in the courts of Florida and ,< r Squares and

not in the Federal courts to which Postmaster Adams of Norwood, I Spring colorings

white'man with a thirst got into the railroad land grant claimants was here today. ; I some effects, 5 : II
immense trouble yesterday by tryingto have resorted for relief. I Spring Sbbings

negotiate the price of- a drink by A judicial determination of all There will be a wedding in town : in madna 2i

appropriating and attempting to sell the vexed questions which for the tomorrow. Guess who. !I and regular td!

the property of another. The gent past few years have caused so much j j plaited bosom $

with the drink habit'' was prowling controversy and litigation accompanied O. O. Williams is transacting busi- White and f''

around on Thirteenth street and see- by enormous expense. seems to ness at the Park today. doab

Ing the back part of Watson's hard- be a solution of the situation most !i I single or ..washhandsome

ware store :' apparently deserted. he earnestly to be desired not only by When"you have electrical troubles, !i! i flannel or Pa

entered and took up a gasoline stove .the people of the state whose sub- call J. C. Lyle. Phone,83. 7-Jt 1

t with which *te immediately proceeded stance is in great danger of useless dressySee -
: n'd I
f ,' to a nearby saloon. His offer to waste but by the trustees whose ef- Arthur Brwon wife, who have I'I our

pawn the lt1Q.for a can of beer was forts to administer the fund accord- been spending a, week with W. H. Spring Hats.

met with, suspicion by ,the bartender ing to their interpretation of the Hull's family, returned to their home. FR S- D TO FRIENDThe it's interest

,and he 'gave notice to the proper officer terms of the law have met with conr' I 'In Tam: athis Inolrolng. ( '* J 1biENS't.
and he traced out the case from stant and determined opposition I j vj J \. l' 1 '" '"-I pasonal recommendations of pea

Jtfd'ge will The trustees'begari'the For pie who hue.becn cured,of, and
/ tat, to finish. Heyser controversy new or secondhand Bicycles, coughs
t"' i p j LfprobttlU: !remdcr a de4isiou'?on-the bad by solemnly" declaring' that' the sev- see J." Ci....ljje., Repairing done colds by Chambevlain'ft Cough..Remedy' BUTr )!

longing to' the fund"'to railroad and have done more than all else to make '
conductor, hA man at the next time ; I promptly. AU, work guaranteed. itt* .

... of'b' 'hty"C 1'rl. Mlaml Record. eral, legislative grants of land be- Phone TJ3. 7-31 staple art .le.o(,trade and commerce vn*
I r-1ar&>l 4:f the-curtfued:world ) -

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THE r' I a

-'.1 Oak and Sowannee LADlES EMPORIUM

r cUrd by the Democrat ..

Reporter,, _
t. _
Queen Quality Ultra
abrell** at Mrs. Bache's. 3t -. Is",now complete with a full line of -
..e7 '. .
MK : Ladie and Children's Shoes and Oxfords of Perry. was here yes- Pumps and Sandals.

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Queen Quality ,- to $4-00 _
$2.50 Black Cat
Skipper waiVJown.from Jas- $1.00 :

,Ultra S3.5O and $4.00 TO =

Dittman's 82.OO
: $2.50 'and $3.00 ; : .
Jwk Norton of the Park wa Special ,Service Children.
_? y. Special Service $1.50 and 52.00 I

.. for Ladies F. J. Fox Infants
Soft Soles 35c to 60c _
,flan was registered at the :=

I u J .ek otvllle yesterday. ,! 't Remember-we don't handle Men's Shoes, but have a very complete line for Ladies, Children and

and D. IL Jones, of l'
Infants.. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I
were ia the city yesterl /


F (10.a naval stores oper- f .t. THE LADIES' EMPORIUM i

'1l1 11a Sprints was here yesVitt. 'PHONE 159
L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR McCall and Home Journal Patterns
r., I J I , I I I I I 1 I I I I I 1 I r I r I I I I I I 11 I 1 I 1 I rIll I I U I III I I I I IIIII IIIII 111,1 11.' I J I I I II I I I I I lIT J T t I r+....

of Dasher. Ga.. who '
home If vou want to sell see J. M. Bailey. Joel Tucker and wife came up Old reliable "Alex." Parker ask I -Mrs. S. Joyce. 180 Sullivan St..
here '
L fMttcf : the licensed auctioneer. He sells. from South Florida yesterday. your patronage. Calf phone 212 for Claremount N. H., writes: "Abouta -
fresh meat and groceries. d-4-6t year ago I bought two bottles of

Homer and wife, of Col. Hi: S.. Phillips, "one of Tampa's Judge Carter and wife, of Mayo Foley'8 Kidney Cure.: It cured me of
i.s.ea leading lawyers, was In the city yesterday were here this route I
en route morning en tq Hon. J. M. N. Peacock came nip a severe case of Kidney trouble of
i'stye MT yesterday ', .and left. for Tallahassee, last LevyvUle. from Mayo tpday. Mr. Peacock will several years' standing. It certainlyIs

night. certainly buy a home here and go In- a grand, good medicine and I

JOBB R. Willis, of Bron- ; Abe Suraskl'went' .' to. Jacksonville to business. He has several-places heartily recomend it." City'Phar-
route |2.50 wagon seats, hew at J. M. on business today. in view but has not yet reached a mac)'. d-w
tIT last evening; en
w Bailey's the Auction House for Mrs. .:Lamb of Madison, was here decision.
.50. Other things in proportion.Be I, today en route 'to' Yeoman. M. Le..ln and his daughter. Mrs.

quick. / tf j Mrs. C. W. Bache has white duck Levy who have been visiting W.SuraakJ. .

fct y Peebles, of White I C. N: Gamble"and! wife, of,Fargo, hats going as a premium with every .'. ,family; returned to Charileston.

,was fcere yesterday, en route ,J. B. Barton, and wife went to_ Ga.. are at the Etdel today.Mrs. $5 order. Come and buy early' if you S. C.. today.

Citra and other points in Marion W. R.'Jenfeliis returned to want-one of these hatsi as a pre-
this .icAlpin'"this Now 1$ the time buy that nice
of the Macclenny county morning to look after morning.', ,. mium.. 5-31 jto
?ewdt. ; r .
Chandaller for your parlor. 'See J.
the former's turpentine interests ,
fa town Tallahassee.this morning. there. J. N. Hardwell and J. L. 'R'oberts. R. M. Morrison has returned from C. Lyle for the' oat complete line
of Perry are-at the1 Ethel. Georgia and left for Luraville this ever carried' *in"Live'dak."' .' Phone

It OBtcfcmaa tuts'some twenty If. you want draying done or a v ;' i;afternoon where he will assia ltJn the 83.. 7-3t

jdj-t Uipted horses and trunk,carried to;the_ ._depot, right; _Mrs._ Jack'or !ent to Dunnel- :f construction the'steel bridg quick. phone 125' W N. Boatright. lon,on a visit this, morning. : r '
t fcr'stl* at his sale stables, at ; man killed' By W. R. Jenkins and
I stud. Call and see them ifdlwlt .. 1 Walking up Howard street today, Mrs. Starling'motbe'r of'the deceased,
srarltet'f3listdck, Eld.* Chas. Eggers. who has been Misses Frida liaclkney and Katherine just west of Chinese laundry we .returned to McAlpla this morning.See .
preaching at Dowling Park passei LJddon. of Wellborn are in the noticed a new store just opened and '
Y- through here yesterday en route to: city guests of the Ethel. inquiry found it was run 'by the J. C. LylQ.-f0r ; Teo.thlnc*
J. K. Wilson, of Mayo, was Ion Electrical. :. 7-3t
Lake City. reliable, Alex. Parker. Phone "
T, en route to Jackson-
Mrs. W. H. Good bread and son Joe l.212. d-4-6t Wonderful Eczema Cure:'' '
lie U engaged in evangelistic .
TO RENT-Furnished and unfur- returned from Madspn this morn- "Our little boy had eczema for five

nished rooms address "R" in care ing, where she, had been to..visit her Dr. Puterbaugh., of Branford who I years," writes N. A. Adams Henriet-
*" "'
Webb.of Blackville. is hereto cf Democrat. tf sick sister. ., I. was .recently appointed member of ta. Pa "Two of our home doctors
the Board of Public Instruction has said the case was hopeless his lungs
i kIa W. .
made T. Carroll.been '
t Remember the uniojjn,pic'aic'at Oak J. D. Radford bag engaged the ser- I not as yet received his commission j!being affected. We then employed
school at At-
Grove Saturday. Everybody. Is invited vices of J.: B.: Girard, pf,New Orleans, !and therefore did not meet with the other doctors but no benefit resulted.Dy .

: to kttend, and a grand* time, ; maybe who is a first-class, watch maker and i board today. He ..111. no doubt, receive ;, chance we read about Electric

MUelle was here yester-' expected. Jeweler. Give 'him your work and he his commission today and if so1, titters; bought bottle and soon 1

aU family to Wellborn, will give :you entire sat !actiQn; :. will meet with the board tomorrow. >II nticed improvement We continuedthis

'of the illnes, sot their For hplce+meats an4 groceries 'I medicine until several bottles ..
call Phone-t i 2W.. AV' Parker, proprietor For the best Electric ,Lamp made -Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup ia beat '''were' used, when our boy was completely -
J ; t ,/ d-:6t.. telephone J. C. Lyle. Phone 83. for women and children. Its mild cured." Best of all blood 1-

Every lamp guaranteed to have a uni- action and pleasant taste makes It medicines and body building health
w W "ion, of
t Dowlipga Miss' EjJiel/Rtfcier, who has been I form life of seven hundred hours preferable to violent purgatives.such! tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay & J
rt.1ait nlht, and is
t tor cousin Miss: Mamie wilt in the '!milliiipry*business at Mayo, with a consumption n of current of as pills tablets etc.Get the boot tot..'Groover Drug Store. 59c. 4-w ,-

:t, was here last evening,\en route to her : fifty watts. If you have a meter.,this and a sample of.Orino at City Fl ar-

t t "t home In':p atJta. I Is interesting to you. \ 7-Xt macy. d-w WALL PAPER
t .
_ t ,*4 War and Lee Lamb In the habeus of W. R.
"j C.ieslaa! this where Mrs. OW Felton. of Mayo was :, Kidney complaint kills more people, corpus case When in need of nice wall pa-
morning, Jenkins held before Court Com-
J yesterday. .. than other disease. This is due call H. H.
"I* employed the Cypress erg J I any missioner. Broome; yesterday, the de, per on PETTY, at
the disease being so insidious thatit
fendant, was remanded back t lion. R. J .McCutchean spent Sun- ge tsa good holdon the system before
without bond, to await the.action ot
day 'here with his daughters, an's it is recognized. Foley's Kid.
the grand jury. These proceedings
Miss Cola, his daughter returned Cure will prevent the development i '

:or Sad with, "him'to Tallahassee'yest 'rday.' ney. of fatal disease- if. taken in time.d-w j I preliminary were very much examination in the ,nature and about of a oBook o o old, N Ness. CO.

City Pharmacy. ,all the.facts In the-case were broughtout. r ...
'- C. D. McGregor, of Dewberry, was I the r.'s"\ Jen.
I At coron \Inquest Cold Drinksi
here" yesterday.Mrs. I ,," kips swore, he ,wad on the porch of .u

,Mr. Hamilton's residence at the time
MD UNIMPROVED Cherry went to :Tallahassee Wedding ,of the .killing. Yesterday he swore Ice Cream

yesterday. Mrs. Cherry'is'contemplating ,that be did the. killing. He gave as

)'Re ea r; '(sf at te Mamie a it visit W 'shUlKWn to jber' daughter, D. C., ,in Miss the PresentsFOR an testimony excuse for that the his discrepancy family was in sick his .

near futute., ';; :'4r ,at the time of the killing and he did

'. THE to acknowledge deed at
-> not want
Dr' Rutej made' a'business trip to that time although he intended doing -, Quart 75c '

rims'fi Gainesville;yesterday. ". JUNE BRIDESOr so a few days later. That Starling -

had threatened his life there is

t' I!, Profv, .H. fro Toole 'has closed his no doubt, but the question arises Other Cream, Per

..... -. t school -at.[ Central. That school 1151 those who choose whether or not he had a right to kill
,. one of the fire in the county that has the month of May. Just him at the time he did. It will takea Quart 50c.

t succeeded in ,.taking the 80 per cent look in at our exquisite unbiased jury to decide the cast.
Diamond Pins, Brooches = Delivered here in tteGty
average.:which"entitled it to two and Rings. Watches, and even then public opinion will be any

months-extra" and this. has just -been. Bracelets Etc. Everything divided. .

4 finished-,\:' in Jewelry. Our ..!. ,n ...... ,''11 j.ta .
customers are aways Ladies. I have just opened a dressmaking i '
WITH Miss Clara 1. Joyner of Lake pleased.RADFORD. room in the ,Lewin building,1 Phone 199 when 'wanting <

rt Eustls. has accepted the Rossburg I and wUl be glad to serve you. Satisfaction
Cold Drinks lee Cream
"' US: school, and will,open the same some guaranteed. Give, me a trial. or

time this week probably today. She \ MUS, RIGHT.

.F. !began,-teaching at the age. of-twelve,: : -

and 'b'a* been:'engaged 4n.the profession The, greatest Convenience of the : 1

-for nine-'eani. .She. i* a lady ofenarmiftgT The Jeweler day is. an Electric Smoothing! Iron. flijrmO BOOK DUn NYis .0 o_ .

>ersoBality; and the pat- We instal them free on, trial.. J. C.

to lof tl 'Ro3Sburg'Bohool are fortunate 4.IVE OAK LA.: Lyje. Phon ,.83. f'),,. '7-3t C.C. COOK; Prop. ,
s 3.1 'in"secnrihg' het,services i


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FLoRIDA RAILWAY New Era Dawning.A 1'Lie Oak- -

In the minds
,, new era Is dawning "g.i
SCHEDULE. and hearts of the true southern busi-
ness men and the hundreds "-J:

auD DOW1I. czT1AL TOIL mD vr.No sands of loyal and patriotic cotton Manufacturers of \

,growers from, the Potomac to the Rio -
No.L No.!.. Non 1.zt 1S
t Grande. The modern Tory,and Bene- Lumber hingles Ice Elect -
and D.b their editorials e- :
::;TATIONS- dict Arnold may write ,
Except Fzpre. Expre Except
3andsyD.ih. ., Dai17. Sendaz.a"lObOam and exploit the opposition of their Power and Turpent&iej

foreign employers until their arms .

t 30 a m 110 Lv ,J..iy. Oak-..... .. 540 pm. grow weary. but without avaiL r --
p m The time has passed when the prejudices Electric Lights in any part of the city furnish fcj:

Twa. t34pmfLv DOsr t Y. 1030am S20pma be appealed to Business Houses at a reasonable '
of people can or very rate. gfc :.
w roll' ---_S '. ..-.------* 10 Z2 boo and
o6 a 1 M p : a. PiliIII against their own rested rights d ay and night current-for manufacturing purpose _

_._. .. r.a ", of the people ,
a m lS6pm.LY ;; LY'101lO.a.445pm interests. The eyes
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders -
mlLY. __Kileartd T the scales have aV&'
Y. have been opened
t IoJ 'a lit 408 P --- 10 10 a m 4 40 pmS.ce
ss lion and all orders promptly filled. ..
M._ WdmartJa. L.. fallen from their brows and the man
a III 4 It P III -- 10 00 a!'" 4 10 p mm ",
Ly. w -- ...-Ju. who undertakes to check the reforms .;"
We will give you good prices on low -"
M_... Ta4'in __..._ which are coming will be swept away rra&c
t 10 Come and
a m
flooring. get our prices. '
f 3Oa.. Ly -Lun? __ In the maelstrom of a power whichis ;;}i

4- it lie a m M. .-_wilmaatb.s ....- fast growing all powerful and In- .

ioCiO a'"m i20pi WiJmartJa.-- A. fb7am 41Spm Tulnerable. The people who grow
0.. Be It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of
10 It a.. ; U pm Lv---------Sawa Ever"-'.......-1... f bb a m 412p- cotton a recognized' world's necessity City Council of the City of Live Oak Florida: the pt1 a

cd'- J from this time on will appreciate the Florida: Section L
10 ZO am. 30 P IIILY -N Y. f 45 am S 51 1'm Thu{
1 a.J Section la. That Section 1, Section the City of
and by U,.
monopoly which they possess
-M ......--1... pak
10 a. a m .40 At.- -- o- .Ii a m S U Pili 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. now stands, be
.. .. ... Ar. the grace of God win have a voice in opa
!0 40 m -- 16 of the City of Live Oak. established from
r-ILY T the manner In which the staple shall Florida being an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue ta the me...
r 1055 10 Iif.a m s ..-... -...-. Al 2.6.= .. ... :. be handled and the price at which It 'An' ordinance to prohibit the run- In width, at right.aid t30

..... Yayo .. shall go into the hands of the consuming ning at large on the streets of the Ohio arenas eastward anal
-- to-
U 05 a JII. IAr.-- ;. __ City of Live Oak, of horses mules in White's Addittoa
I _.. .. to
9 S'l a m I 4.0 world. -
11 l0 a m 4 C P : hogs and goats and to provide for of Live Oak the

U 27 a m! 4 U pili'Ly...........--- !::..w r A,. 'SO a m S 25 pmit The old system by which Liverpoolset the Impounding and disposing of the of which said rt 1
/ f the price and the exporters sent approved October 6, 1903 be line drawn
_14 ......_...Sa1tf.z-d r Y. 9 Z5 a'; 315 P IDU same. at rljit
23 a il I'IIIjLY- their emissaries out into the byways and the same are hereby amended so avenue (real a point

t6 t lilt b 10 p m'L'' _._---AakGld-Z.i ----Ly. 906 a m Z 45 pm and hedges of the South to offer that as to read as follows: side of Ohio avenaa
I CbarhoD-.. ...Ly. "Section 1. Horses mules. hogs to the northern
mtLv f 00 Z 15 boc3adty
54 alii." 11 p Urt a m pm price from'which no appeal could be and goats shall not be allowed to run street, as it t(
a m S rt p mLv,! --- -xs.seas e --.........--Ly. U a ID Z 20'p III made is a thing numbered with the at large upon any of the streets alleys rifht angles to eatda

_--FenhoUow.y_ __...-Lv. 8 45 am 2 10 p s dead and buried past. The bankers lanes or unenclosed property of white street h
1& ami iii
P 2.1za tbe City of Live Oak and that cows tion is
mIL.- .....--Ly. and other loyal business interests of said City of L
a m i 4.1 p -urk-- 838 amI 35 1'11I shall not be allowed to run at large Ida, excepting therefrolt

U 560 --Per.7__ _....__L'. I SO a ID 12t P lit the South will place their capital and upon any of the streets, lanes or across the aortiera
.12 m I'm1 brain behind the producers and as a public highways of the said City or Parshley famfly i*** r

solid phalanx present an irresistibleand other unenclosed premises within which is include4fa a a*K
(ai) TeJecrqh w Telephone Stado. to Flag Station. (r) Reciater. W Rep1ar Stop. W indestructible force to the enemy the following boundary In said City and within the iror -
: Aa..c7 Statioa T. P. AuToN. Saperintendeat.gals. of Live Oak Florida, to-wit: said burial grottada. _-
Genera eJ' AgentS which will sweep away every obstacle Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section U That

that would prevent the South from and First streets intersects and running proceedings shall be lasis

again coming into the full possessionof south to where Irvin and Car- name ofcordance the City ol
TO THE her own. Southern manhood roll streets intersect thense east to with the prex
a Houston street thence south along Statutes la aci caw
southern Southern t
brain and
capital Houston street to John street thence vided, for the Irarpaetf*
} brawn and energy, will solve the pre- east on John street to Church street out the provUkm of fefc
JAMESTOWNExposition sent and future problems of Dixie and thence south on Church street to cor- ths Ordinance
; poration line thence east on Section III. Tk
do it without any fear of failure or corporation t6ie
i I line to White street. thence shall take effect apojiUte"
any abridgment of the fundamental north on White street to Howard the Council and sppimt I

rights of the people.-COtton' JournaL ''I street thence east on Howard street Mayor, or upon its ta 'z
.. to a point opposite Georgia avenue ordinance without the tfpK.
I thence north to and along Georgia Mayor.
avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Alders I
Correct Thing in Light. I Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson, tad pact>
thence due north line Council in
I along section regular testst
via the "A light should never be above to a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day

your eyes said the man who deals In thence west to and along Fifth streetto C1i33.)

electrics. "It should always be below I Atlantic Coast Line railroad Prteldttt
thence southwest Atlantic Attest:
them. If It Isn't below them
AtianticCoastLinePeople a Coast Line railroad to First street S. R MAYS, City a.
green fringe all around the globe thence west along First street to I. S. P. ,)days; O
should shade the'eyes. The only real 'I point of:>> ,beginning." City of Live Oak, Thrii

light for the eyes though 'is the Section II. It shall be the duty certify that the shoes ii,

all over Florida see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur candle light. I know a man who II of the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 81 wt_,
,Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Conscfl eE
ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two won't have any other light in his 'City to take possession of andplace of April A. D. lilt.

daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. room when he is reading. He has i in a pound to be provided for that is hereby certified ta
dozens of candles. His room Is as purpose any horse mule, hog or goat his approval
t well lighted as If he had gas or elect- found by him or them running at Witness my hard sat '
4 large upon any of the streets, alleys City this 8th day et
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson ric light but Ills a very soft and mel- highways or other unenclosed property 1907, 7

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. low light the light from candles. Our within said City and likewise (Seal) Sf
ancestors were not so poorly off as take possession of and place In said
Coach excursions at very low rates. t you would think after all, with their pound any cow found by him or them Examined and *pprt"< =
running at large on any of the streets this 9th day of April A1?
For further information see your nearest railroad agentor light from candles. alleys lanes public highways or n. OOffl*

write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic other unenclosed property of said
When your food has not been properly City of Live Oak within the bound-
Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. digested the entire system Is aries prescribed In Section I hereof." l OLE l eJIIVYlhe.
"Section VII. For catching and a
/ audreat
Impaired In the same proportion.Your :
Impounding stock under this ordinance -
stomach needs help. Kodol For the City Marshal shall be entitled -
Indigestion and Dypepsia not only to the following fees namely:
y Live Oak Perry & Gulf digests what you eat, it tones the For catching and impounding horses A LIQUIB
mules and
stomach and adds strength to the cows fifty cents per head "gypLAXATIVE -
goats thirty cents per head hogs one
whole body. Makes rich pure blood. dollar per head. For feeding and CflliS
% Railroad Company. Kodol conforms to the National Pure taking care of such stock while in

Food and Drug Law. Sold by City pound for horses mules and cows he
AcheUule Effective April 7, 1907. Pharmacy. 4* shall receive forty cents per day per
head each for hogs or goats ten cents
per day per head each; for advertisIng -
e Notice to Our Customers.We and selling such animals he shall THE
receive the sum of fifty cents for
1sT.CLASS ,ZD.CLASS 1ST.CLASS .2E.CLAt are pleased to announce that
Msil Ac Pa.seaFrt.. and Mail d:P.a.en PameaFrt.. a Foley's Honey and Tar for horses for mules or cows per head and NEW
Paa&. ._. Pu&. Faa. pr ger Pass hogs or goats the sum of twenty-
colds and lung troubles is not affected five cents per head each. The word IDEA
No.L Sunday No.5. Daii7 No.So ex No.Daily Z. Sunday Na 6. f Senday Na 12 Daily No CoDaiI7. e by the National Pure Food and "hog" under this ordinance shall be

Onty Sundayl ex. Sun! Only only Sunday Drug law as It contains no opiates or taken to include "pigs.",

A. M.. P. I{. P. M. P.M. P.M. A. M.t I A. M. other harmful drugs and we recom shall Section take IIa.effect That this Ordinance -

Leave 800 Leave Leave 240. _. ......Live Oak_ Arrive 430 Arrive 550 I Arrive 10 j Arrive mend It as a safe remedy for child Its passage by the Immediately Council and upon Tfa in Cleve ,-
8 13 t : 2 54 :::::::::::...::-Rocky Sink::::::::::::::::::: T 4 1 I 5 28 I 9 :!; : 19 ren and adults. by the Mayor approval
a Pit ......................._Sia.rr.....__.. ....... .... S i s4 s City Pharmacy. d-w as to mules A Cold or a toairdaceswastiaatioa
e 22 .................._.Mercer.-.... ....... .... ; 07 horses goats and hogs but shall not
82F. i $i I i fi ....... ............. Platt : ._...:::._.....: ... i ti i 271 i i if i go Into effect as to cows until 60 days .
834 I N .....................Lancaster...... ....... .... ; ) sac Disturbed the from Its eye*. lions and tilro.t
Ly 8 St Ar Z ogAr a 40 .....__......... Dowliug Park........._....... Ly S 48 lOLv 9 18 Ly 8 Congregation.The passage by the City CounciL of the thretgh
M. 8 Q Ly 4 4SLy. 4 1 ... ........... Do-liq Park .................. 339,Ly b Ar t 13 Ar 8 is person whp disturbed the con Passed by City Council In regular tystecn mottt

i 53 504 97 : HI : U :=::::::=.Mayo......_..Chancey...Bell.Junction.............::::::::.:':..-..:::::: i :1' : :1! : :1' 5 gregation is last Sunday by continual; session 1907. this 8th of H April BROWN A. D. dryandhud.For conMipattn8.the wantMt 14adT4nr e

s tOO' iAr 4 Z6 ....__.._.............Day_........................ oo'LY coughing requested to buy a bottleof President City Council are Kennedy a 1
a Ly ... ...........Day ... s a 2i. 5 Ar 9001 7 58 Foley's Honey and Tar. Attest: Opiate
: 06 1 i: : S2 :::=::::--Townsend...:-.. SUo......::::::::::::::::::::: : 1 i 4 454 4O\ 8 9494 45:, 7 T : macy. City Phar d.w S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. Tit 1n0Yea t>,e bo eLAXJT1

f 25 Ii 29 Ii 12 .........................smitb .,...................... Z 58 4 25,, 8 301 7 I ell 1. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
9 U Ii 38 Ii 21 ....-.---.--FellbollowQ .................. 2 41 4 8 6 13 City of Live
101 806 ......_....._, .......Perry.....-................... II 121 a 1$1 I 40 Oak Florida do hereby
Al125IA 6 20 Ar 900............_.._Iiampton Sprints................. 2 3 45 6 :10 Xarow Escape. certify that the above and foregoing
: M. 1 P. Lr M.SIL I ; M. E ILr k."IL I A. M.JLTO G. W. Cloyd. a merchant of Plunk, Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass

Mo., had a narrow escape four ed by the City Council on the 8th day
AND AL TON: ERAXClI. ago when he years of April A. D. 1901, and the same
ran a jimson bur
Into Is
hereby certified to the
I Mayor for I
bis thumb. He says: "The doctor his approvaL HONEYW1ReSevea

WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND I wanted to amputate It but I would Witness my hand and seal of said

I not consent. I bought a box of Backleu's City. this 8th day of April, A. D i
Frt A I Frt" Pas..a Pa.sea'' Frt A Frt Pauea 1907. j of the system'
Pass au L I'' Pu& I Paae. ger /IPasaenPaaa. Arnica Salve and that cured the (Seal) S. P. :MAYS. the bowels. b'

NO;7. NO t. t N4 11. Na 13. i No. 8. li''Na/o. Iva 14N 1! :1 :"I dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay City ClerkviExamined Rebeva Cow
Daily Daily Sunday Sunday' Bally f 7)sUy SundtySaex.San. ad i I & Groover druggists. d-w. and approved by me
ex.Sun Onky Only I ez.Sua. ex Sna. Only oaf, this 9th day of April, A. D. 1907. the throat.e+titnffnenu

Y A. I<. P. I<. !AIL P.L'A.. I<. I p. II. A. 1<.1 P. M' M E. BROOME. Maror.ORDIX..L .
Leave Leave Leave Leave j Arrive :Arrive ORDIX.\.XCE
plot! 440 I 940 Ii 30 ..,.............MayoJnnchoa758, I 8 Am No. 36. Bros ,
f Z6i 4S i; t ba 543t:,..............,......Clark..................... 729 j 303 8 2 1 O 52 An Ordinance to amend Sections Lunt
936, 5 86 10 03! i 53 ................._Petersoa.................., 7 rtl i i 53 B 32l 1 42 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance : CE NO. 57. Colds, D '
1000. :3.s 10 15 6 05'.....................Wayo..... ...............,IS 7 15. 2 8 20 1 City of No. 16 of the An Ordinance remedy 11 e4 !
10 Ar 5 40 Arll Zi 6 15......................Alton.....................ILy 7 00 L. Z 30.40,8,Ly 8 10.toy 1 20 30rlO Live Oak. Florida, being an establishing providing for the Honey sad Tar.
Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to Opening and extendingn.v
s Regular stop. Connection made at Dow Par prohibit the of ibar.ftreet In the thrtepMibe. a
ling for all trains to and running at large on the City of Live eettoryof 3:0.0
from Lire Oa and Perry. For Information as to connections withOther 1 streets of the City of Live Oak of Ohio, Florida from the east side of
horses mules hogs and avenue eastward toVhlte Sold by Cstr
'. lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent 'phone 147 to provide for the impounding goats and street In 'WhIte's Addition to said
ling Building. Lire Oak. DoW-j disposing of the same," passed City ten hundred and thirty-two

t THOS. DOWJJXG. President R P. HOPK1XS, Gen. Pass. & September 30th 1903. and approved (10(50)3Z) feet said street to be unr p'OLEa3.oaatbsoo
October 6th, 1803. feet In width.
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and .

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I Hat shops ate to be opened this II ]I| Looking toward the welfare of the* --

I spring on, all the Hamburg-American future, German troops hare been CLINTON &.MffKS

-; |i liners. The stock will include all the engaged,In target: practice the marks English. French, German and .being balloons. Two free balloons re- '

American makrs..o {|:leased at sea were fired on as they j i I

i ':floated landward at Neufahrwasser.

Stop Grumbling.If i[West Prussia. One of them was torn

: Airline Railway. -- yoU suffer from Rheumatism, or t!I'i I'by three shrapnel shells and came r Wholesale and Re-
j pains, for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill I|, down. The other floated Inland un-

bring quick relief. It is a sure injured. A captive balloon towed,

Columbia Camden Southern Pines, cure for Sprains Rheumatism. Con-J(|i within range by a tug, was also tail Dealers in Flori- -
; I i brought down.
savannah tracted Muscles and all pains-and'! I
t Rlclw1ond Washington Baltimore I l
Raleigh !
within the reach of all. Price %5c,

I Philadelphia and New York. : Sue $l.ou., C. Rv th..Tenaha,;L* Do You Love da and WesternMEATS

T L. writes: "I haTp need Ballard's I j l your baby? You wonder why he

Snow Liniment in m familY for years:i j i cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream a

fTWO ELEOflNT TRfllNS\ ..DRILY\ and have found it a fine remedy for Vermifuge and he will never fry. '
all and I 1 I Ifor I
pains aches recommend. it Most babies have worms, and the

,pains in the chest. Sold by SU-I mothers don't know It. White's .

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail wannee Drug Co. I I Cream Vermifuge rids the child of I

I worms and cleans out its system in

!' Ermete Novelli, who has appeared a pleasant way. Every mother should Phone 24.
In seventeen plays In this country, is I'I keep a bottle of this medicine In the

1 Modern : Pullman : Equipment. under contract to present no fewer house. With It, fear need never enter

Iito.L- than sixty next year during his eng- her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su- Promdt deliveries f

agement 'of fifteen weeks. His en- wannee Drug Co. d-w

Jamestown Exposition Line tirely repertory Is said to number anywhere in the

The more than one hundred. Startling with the axiom that a

NORFOLK, VA. given area of the sea can nourish only .
The Life Insurance I a limited amount of fish, a British ex- City. -

Tickets on S le Daily pert points out that if the methods of .
r Excursion muddle has started the public to
capture tell more heavily on one kind
thinking. The wonderful success that
than on another, it is quite probable
has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin that valuable species may be largely I The Great fteadacHe Cure
'* For full information and Sleeper reservations call'on any agent I its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, ,
displaced by inferior ones. This seemsto
lyggjlxatfd, or write, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troub-
be the condition of affairs In the iBromo'u Pep sin
,i SLC.'DOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. es-fcas started the public to thinkIng North sea, where the worthless' dabs
of this wonderful preparation.
1111111111 I 11 1 I I H 1 I I I T M t i M M i I I I i I I I I I i I I I increasing at the expense of the "Note the Word ** .
They are all using it. Join the procession Pepsin

_._---- -- J. . . . .- and down with sickness. plaice. Headache !
Price 25c 50c and $100. Sold by G U R E S ladigtstloa,
toi.offlB'1' KerTousaess: :
UR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT Su anee Drug Co. d-w For a cold or a cough, take Ken-

nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is On the Spot.

is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is better than any other cough remedy
Opines Harmless
Four hundred pounds of obsolete Absolutely
because its laxative
broad enough to accommodate all; and principle assuresa
German pennies of about the same healthy copious action of the AH DrmgguU 10. tt., a U MM

. | K ARE ITS PATRONS: proportion of copper and tin as used bowels and at the same it heals irritation I' for Sale By

In high conductively electrical cast- of the bowels and at the I
x The
L--The young folks with their small savings. ings have, it is said, recently been same time it heals irritation of the City Pharmacy

2.-The breadvi+inner, striving to accumulate a fundto purchased at 21 cents a pound by throat, strengthens the bronchial LIVE OAK. FLA.

procure a home or a competency for old age. United States manufacturers, being tubes and allays inflammation of the 11-23-trwi-vi. 1THOMPSON

-The well-to-do, for the convenience. afforded and cheaper now than electricity copper. mucous membrane. Contains Honey

h- the.income provided. and Tar, pleasant to take. Childrenlike

;"t ,i -Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. If You Don't it. Conforms to the National & WARREN .

succeed the first time use Herbine Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by Drays and Delivery Wagons. '
BANK Live Oak Florida 'I *
TIRST NATIONAL ; City PharMacy d
,_ and you will get Instant relief. The Furniture moving and Lumber
greatest liver regulator. A positivecure
Hauling Specialties.
for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Not only does Henry Vanness of

:Malaria. Chills and all liver com- Rockvllle, Conn., enjoy the distinc- STOVE WOOD }

plaints. Mr. C-...of Emory, Texas tion of Being the only negro railroad delivered s4
Any length to any part
l writes: "My wife has been using Her conductor in the world but he also has

bane for herself and children for five the honor of being one of the men who of city, promptly. Give us your

years. It is a sure cure for constipation have been longest In continuous rail- busines. Phone 55.

.and malaria fejrer, which is substantiated road service in the country having

KEtt i mi IF by what it has done for been employed as a conductor for .

my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug forty-three years without a break. He H. J. MORRIS
rp 'Hill* Co. d-w has been employed on the New York
Contractor and ,Builder
New Haven and Hartford Railroad

yaas o+ae During the last year there were ex- since it was opened to traffic in 1863. Apply for plans, estimates

F ported from Cuba the enormous num- and specifications.Office k

ber of 256,738,029 "Havana" cigars. "Here's! to your health and hopplness"DeWitt's -
FbrSicR Livers on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing.
Only about 30 per cent came to the Little Early Risers

United States, the total American -famous little pills. Nasty, sick

purchases amounting to 79,483,125 headache or biliousness may come on

A PURELY. VEGETABLE cigars, while England took 92,459.- any time; *the cure Is an Early Riser. GO TO

COMPOUND 687. Germany buys from 25,000,000to Sold by City Pharmacy. d*

.. 30,000,000 and France 10,000.-
CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. 000 to 12000000. Mexico is prosperous under the ,
UUlLKLY CURES 81A MALARIA.CHILLS and gold standard. The republic's fiscal
COMPLAINTS. receipts, $50,298,000, United States
A GUARANTEED CURE 'for all diseases produced by When your back aches it is almost
TORPID UVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- invariably an indication that some- currency, for the year ended June 30 For Fresh Groceries
}chu 4 today may AU you a aick spell tomorrow. 1906, were far in excess of other
# thing is wrong with your kidneys.
years and much beyond what was expected -
I Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause I
,CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER a break down of the entire sys- even by the most optimistic and Best Florida
: economist. The Income eleven years
-. ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
2 UTI.W.A. Whitewall,'Emory, Tex.. Pills afford prompt relief weak kid- ago was only $25,140,000, United
write: "My child bad chill and iever backache inflammation of the States currency. The gradual growthin Meats at the
for four yean. We tried all kind of neys the fiscal receipts during the last
medicine,and fiaallyao acquaintance of bladder and all urinary troubles. eleven years Is the outcome of Increased -
.mine recommended Herbine. W. used Sold by City Pharmacy. -
r three bottles, sad the child i* now cootktdy prosperity and not
cured} Yon have my permission of increased taxation.
to publish this testimonial as I cheer Since its reappearance in Zelgradeten West End Market. '
hOlT recommend Herbine to all mothers Otatsbina *
days ago the journal My Best Friend.
hating children afflicted. mine.
has been confiscated four times. Its Alexander Benton, who lives on
editor, Captain Novokavitch. has been Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y.,
\ | Phone 169. Free Delivery.
:BALURD SNOW LINIMENT CO. sentenced to a month's imprisonment; says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. the printers have been locked up on my best earthly'friend. It cured me
various charges, and the office boy of asthma six years ago. It has also Live Oak, : : Florida.Chamberlain's .x

_M fcM0i0i_ expelled to Zemlin. In spite of these performed a wonderful cure of ia-.
%? SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY little difficulties the paper continuesto wife. The first bottle ended the terrible ----

s "Suwannee Drug Company. appear daily.-London Standard. cough, and this accomplished, -

the other symptoms left one by one,
g' I 1- DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel until she was perfectly well. Dr.King's .
0'* PROCLAMATION. man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to
I Salve does not merely heal on the sur- New Discovery's power over
U Vweby given that at the fill unexpired term, caused by removal and
face; it penetrates the pores coughs and colds is simply marvelous.
Colic Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
GKy Election ol these from Wards and resignation promptly relieves pain, caused by ." No other remedy has ever ,

oak. Suwannee County,I, of incumbents. boils, burns, scalds, cuts and skin equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar- i
to be held Almost! family has needof
on the first Tues-i diseases. It is especially good for clay & Groover druggists. 50c and every
Given under hand and seal
t A my a reliable remedy for colic or
+ : n. U07- at the 1! piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by $$1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w
Vhiabe .and in manner and the 21st. day of. :March A. D. 1907. City Pharmacy. d* $ diarrhea at some time during the
at (Seal) M. E. BROOME
peaeribedby law i
the '
fol- year.This
51tipai i! Mayor City of Live Oak, remedy is recommendedby ,
officers of said When Grant M. Curtis wanted to f
in dealer who have sold it for
be voted Suwannee County Florida KILL THE COUCHAND
for "J elect leave his place as a reporter on a
and know i's value. tIt
Rayon Attest: many years
JL Clerk. Treasurer Quincy (111.) newspaper to start a CURE has received thousands cf
0r' ailed l S. P. MAYS Clerk.
by same person; chicken farm, his father rebelled. testimonials from grateful people.It .
:; a kiarshal and I Lire Oak Florida. Now Curtis Is the president of the Dr. King'sNew has been prescribed by physkian -

,.!a Decter1 Alderman mice by same per- American Poultry Association and the *' with the most satisfactory
; from Ward ++..lltllllI ?ties... best authority on all matters pertain- results.
( i4fliaa from w" No. in America. Be- DiscoveryFOR It hat often saved
Akers i i ing to that Industry fife before
Ward No 3; sides, he is the editor of the Reliable medicine could have been sent for

Ward No. 4: j | Poultry Journal and president of a C8ifgsHS SK. or a physician .
fl ar4) o. 5; an I VETERINARY ;f large company that manufactures in- It only costi'a quarter. Can -
sty at Large; Solicits patronage-Office cubators. He has visited almost every you afford to risk so much for toEtde t
'Tp stee your :t civilized in the world in the GUARANTEED SATISFACXOBYOS ? BUY IT NOWiJ'
to fill ex- | at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 ;r \'country MONEY BETUNDEIX'

.V_ C; d,,Hardee, Alder i>*l i M >'H'MltM Ml I il interest 6f the hen.

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Death of Mr. H. f. Dexter. City Council Proceedings.Live .

Oak. Fla. May 6.-The city .

11, '_"1.,9- e. .pener I.a dead passing; council tft.tb.e.j.ejtjr. ) q v'tr9t., met '") ..... j.

awap.-at U3& jtbJi, morning.: ?Three; in'special session-as-providedyfor by 3
ordiaanle;ta'heafi eo 1alnts. if .
any, .
rears ago he was attacked [rith \ '
Wparfles+ tffcose names might"have ..
+ multiply uurosts'an&'be has lever; .C.dTRokGtrAIs
been Improperly- stricken from theregistration' .-' ... ,...." : '
suffered with di seaseitcfi
since the roll. .

barred.tiles: jfcjlJl" m 'of the. most eminent Present: J. M. 'BarclayS.. J. the Real '4rticlu1 4

p ya1cia....rbr;the past few.months J. White, J. E.. Wood sad D. G. Bar-
tiin:,who*have taken'oath of office as
)Je haatncarceIrbeen able to lea d.11h1 / inferior weak fiat 'Imitation :
alci 'rm'lrom ward No. 4. of the ; ; ginger
home,'and baa "been1-almost ntlrely'tell ale will indigestion and Qnstipa- '
eity: of Lire Oak. cause : -
>le For the' past"m6nth his demise .. tion--ddca for v -
; 'The president ot council being ab- oe n gtheveryPufP se which

has been. o e'o.r- any.minute.. sent. .Bv'vcte of council J. M. Barclay Na A RED RQCK.. GINGER .ALE has tom-

air Dexter.was,.bom, :,In Suwannee. was:chosen president. pro tern of, yet _tome famo..u.. .
I ? '- -- -
county,60 years ago 'near .White council.There being no- complaint for re !''ii J The value of Purity and.QaaIity: aLt. : : =cannot1'

Springs, and hU'alwars lived an I instatement on registration roll by '' !i "be to strongly uiged. Get RED ROCK.

honorable, upright life, prospered 'in s .' liq( .. 'A REAL GING A LFv.Phich'sLands iJttallotlN amt
vote of council the clerk was instructed r 4ore'
;1' : >r brands- anddemesticatheme'o
business, accumulated wealth by lo prepare the ballot box with 1- perfection in. c _' nztil; aU'land

honest efforts,, d" has :.raised.: a, tickets and all necessary papers for, ;."",health giving... results."" -' _,;. _... k;r'.;...".....
the city-election'to be held'at council
family that la an honor to the,community. Sold nemrh,lets adn bodes
chamber on May:7. A. D; 19 07.which
He'and H. M.'Wood started 1, .r 5c a a-Jau. rom bottle
instructions were carried out in presence .
In the'mercantile business here In the a
"the council. '
of tI.
sixties, after the" surrender and There being no further business on 1- -

were..successful, but subsequently motion, council adjourned 'till -May i .. JacKsonville, Florida.

dissolved also 8, A. D. 1907. at.10 o'clock a. m,' ... .. _
: partnership. H e was ,
la business for hlmseU for a time r
.,:Attest: Pres. pro tern.
and with others, and always meeting S. T.-MAYS City Clerk.. ..---- -

with success. Mr. Dexter invested _. -
I Is money in real estate. and Live Memoriam of Lucien Lanier.

Cak industries and at the time of his Lucien the oldest son of Mr. and i
M rs. P. M. Lamer passed away at .. .
death owned one of:the handsomest ; ',: ',,
6p.. m., on May the first. The re- Woman's Home Missionary Society.The ,
tomes in the city besides other UI U. "
property mains were laid away at Philadelphia Woman's Home Mission
and was president of the Live NOTICE f fI
cemetery. He was ill for a I Society met at he home of Mrs. C. i

Oak Bank. lie married Miss Lizzie short time only. All that loving hands 1'. McDaniel y yesterday with twenty- : !

Stephens, who survives him and nine r and medical skill could do was done two members present. The meeting I To Contractors and Prospective Builders:

children have been born to them but to no avail. His death was quite was called to order:by the president, I!

seven of whom are living. His home a' surprise ami shock to :his numerous Mrs. C. N. Htfdreth Sr. After all THE UVIOAKBRICK= & (
relatives -and friends. He was ;'" SUPPlHO.jwill'
was his pride and mother and child- the business of the meeting was

ren revered him. Their devotion was twenty-due in February last Just transacted and,the sum of 91000.
budding Into vigorous manhod when I furnish 'YOU' your Lime, Cement, Build ,
simply sublime, and the entire familywas collected-for dues Mrs. McDaniel 'I .

'a model to pattern after. Mr. the summons came. We have known surprised us all with dainty' refreshments ; PfastcLaths: and'aU. kinds of 'Brick 't

Dexter always took a great InterestIn him since his childhood and many ,, after'}lch, .the society ad- OUR'SPECiALy WJ ito Sand J. Lime Brick I
the welfare and upbuilding of Live years ago learned to love him for his Jonrned to meet.on the first Mondayin pa?

Oak. giving liberally to all enterprises true worth. June at'4o' the residenceof

and his deeds of charity were He was'ever kind and courteous to Mrs. J. C. Bataden.Whyyoii SupplylJMIIMIIIHIIMIIIIIIIII
.. .. The Live-Oak Brick &
many. He was a member of the his elders true to his companions a "( ,

Methodist, church and always ex- kind and loving brother a devoted

hibited a Christian spirit and livedan and obedient son. I I. 1'1 '
exemplary life. The funeral er- Being the oldest son he was hisfather's ; .
vices will be held at the residence tomorrow companion and stay yet he A -

afternoon at 3:30 and *"e was a great "mother's boy," mother III HIMIII
> > *
buxfsI, at the..cit cemetery. was something sacred to him. While consul :., -
most young men of-his age were off l lt

seeking amusement and dlvertlon. SOUTH[
Deputy Sheriff.. Bailey was In Perry oi
yesterday. 0'Ha ought to bring her to Lucien was at home basking in the !:

Uv Oak and ave so many trips. sunshine of mother's love- and

smiles. i st
J. Benson Home, of the. Mayo Lucien was a boy that had many
Free Press was In the city this friends and was greatly loved by his

morning. en.. route home from Geor- relatives and neighbors. His pleas- i

gia.. pHe.nforDed.. us ot ,the killingof ant smile and cherry words will be JM.i
H. D. Smith at Macon last week. missed by all. To his grief stricken -

\Yi I!*ere- several.times in the employ family I extend my sincerest sympathy 'vf. "I BY

pf Mr. Smith in Georgia and knowIng and feel that in these dark -" :lent to the*
his weakness were not at all sur- hours that words are useless can but tain" for obvious reasons and he r
point upward to the loving Father was wisa ,
prised to hear of the manner and a s -
cause of his death. He deserved ,the and say "lay all your burdens on But it Is'to'fffJ cessar y:'for you
the crucified One." ..\ FRIEND. remove city to receive
that befel him. It was the Unwritten intelligent
treatment'for chronic
law, and the slayer will go or nervous disorders by a cap-
free. Few people there are who realize able, experienced specialist in I -SPECIALANNOUNCEMENT
the benefit a newspaper is to the those deep-seated troubles of

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD. city and county where It is published. long the standing'that iso often baffle f

They never patronize with an Our ordinary long experience physician.of. up- i For the next three months FOUR MONTHS*,SCHC

Occasions.-Southern advertisement the very agency that wards of twenty years enablesus t will be issued*good i in ANY P f AR'r'-IENT. for oo1,30.eo.SpecIal :
Special Baptist &
enhances the value oftheir property to diagnose Nwrectly, and c'ours/es
Convention and Auxiliary Societies many times over but look upon the cure where other physicians lit all' Departments have been to amngei-

Richmond Ys., May 16-21 1907 work of the newspaper in a matter of less experienced have treated student entering on this special offer can finish within the EoS.i
the case without success for scholarship.
Account of the above occasion w fact way-that It works for the town an entirely different disease. -
because has it to do. There never I Invite all sufferers from This is &n opportunity -which';you cannot afford td miss.t
announce round-trip rate of one"fare
was a greater mistake. The publisher deep-seated long standing troubles Do you wish your salary "Increased? Enroll with 111,sadw.
plus twenty-five cents in the sale of of Heart
Is no more called upon to devote Stomach. Head. Lungs. help you to a good paying position orget a better one thaw you-
tickets to Richmond. Va.; tickets at Bowels,.Nerves, or dis- 1 tar
his time and energy to the upbuilding seases peculiar to either X
sex. to j
this rate being on sale from May 13th of the town and county than, any write us and learn what we rave FOR CATALOG.SOUTIIER'BUSINESS.

until 16th. !Inclusive with final limit other citizen. However when undoes, done for others similarly afflicted -
he should receive the clad and what we can dq for them.
to leave Richmond fifteen from support cooperation There
days Is no charge for this
of the business COtL(
men and
date of sale. However by comply- consultation and It Is worth your
properly owners with their advertisIng time and effort whether you decide a
ing with certain conditions and upon patronage for no paper can long to begin treatment or not. ;

payment of fee of 11.00 an extensionof survive without this support. Along It is far cheaper to write to LIVE OAK FLORIDA
a competent specialist and
this limit to June 17th may be this line the National Printer says prompt sure and lasting boneL get L L. M.HftTTON: President( G. S. STEPHENS !
r procured "Publicity promotes business and no fit than to waste your timed ,

The Seaboard has been declared business can exist without some kinof ,money and portonlty-grop-

the octal route for delegates to this publicity. Every newspaper gives ing In the dark-with Inexperienced **
meeting. Those having the matter publicity to the city or village of its Write today. I '. ,

la hand were evidently guided In publication and promotes all business. Send for our 'Health,Essays... ,

reaching the decision to name our It is unwise If not dishonest for Mailed. free, In unprinted wrap ;,

line by some of the attractive features those receiving such benefits from pe r Tear --4
out the
coupon BOTTLED
publicity not to aid In paying the cost. now as a
of our service noticeable reminder and either bring it to Y
among these being our double dally Those who aid through placing their us, or mall It as yon prefer. ree
own advertisements in the home
with '
service through coaches and
or bring this
sleepln gears. not only bear their proportion ofa Coupon-j !

Our people pith an Idea of affording just and honest debt for service Dr. Hat'a war & Co.
rendered but receive further 512 National'
direct Building.
delegates to this and other conventions v war-
benefit even if, in so doing they help Savannah, Ga

held to; visiting In Richmond'the Jamestown an opportunity the newspaper publisher in conferring: According, this ceupon to your entitles announcement me- Proves Big Help For Tired Housewives *

unpaid-for benefits on the dishonorable to free
Exposition, examination and
have perfected an arrangement consultation. -
whereby the return por- shortsighted business men who -. "\ There is bound to come a time through mothers
want others to bear their : endless day
burdens when refuse
tion of over-worked energies
tickets reading from Rich* My Illness Is: __ . .
' "mond are honored' from Portsmouth who expect others to sow the seed ? _-.. to continue the heavy strain. A cold bottle of

Va., without additional c, arge. This from which they may reap the harvest *./:.. .:: .... . >ca-Cola solves this important problem. *} l
or. in other words look clears the throat "
alone certainly makes the to of flving dust invigorates i
dothers to build up the trade of the Name . .. .. . . .. sustains the strength, Bottled CcVcoU is mad r -J
especially attractive. place without any cost to themselves right, IS RIGHT.. Sterilized bottles filled |,y ant jet* Q
There is a movement now on foot while they stand to gather It In. as Address, ... .. .. _. ... mesa the proportions are always correct. Look for i Cro'.m
to have the Florida Baptists assembleIn .
the customers drawn thither by the Name o(
paper .' .
Jacksonville, moving from hereon !' !> ; f:-
newspaper and by honest advertisers o- ._
t the same train one might say la ; .
pass their places of business.
t a body. This too will make the trip 'Rn. .i.

more pleasant. Subscribe for the Dafly Democrat :,&.;J a.IUl1 14 nT....cs. Subscribe\ for
i ,.to..Uae eooab add b-e14)', r. the Daily .

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