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 8, 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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l9f Habboro County 1 Wounded-Strikers ana .
Ieasares ii- NY 1 t : Ru Sympathizers
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Hay IV-Both houses Francisco May 7.-Strikebreakers

yesterday spent In the uniforms of car In-

t ja tits consideration of 4 *4A I t I spectors and strikers and their sym-

i amendments to the pathizers fought this afternoon on

One by Mr.'H- tT3 I Turk street for more than an hour. a

; red icing the nnm- ., eM Eight men were shot, among thema

commissioners,. from : policeman sand Sergeant DetectiveBall.

,, sad providing for their Several of the men will die.

pj iwpeetive districts was The shooting was done ,by strikebreakers

i after+ being amended toKober from car windows, in res-

at five, the others ponse to showers of paving stones
iK4Htarf kMB B MXS5. 3BBBK; HS a& M.2 to9
favorable conslderai ai and bricks hurled by the mob.
Once again, "Wh t are you going. .to do ao'out itf
Finally a dozen or more of the

i km adjourned the pre- Copyright.: 1907. by New York Horatd Company guards were arrested by reserves

it bad pending be- from the central police station anda, by Mr Dudley, of In the House. MET AWFUL ACCIDENT.Run ARE IN CCSTODY. union crowd boarded the rearmostcar
and started it back to the barns.
,to lay on the table the I -

*r. Clark, of Jefferson, to Members of the house have been Down By Train Skull Crushed Cooke and Giry Reported Caught at Arriving there, the strikers charged,

_pose Mr, Pettigrews very considerate the past few days in and Otherwise Injured. Saranac Lake, and revolver fire was opened. from

for direct legislation withdrawing bills, and this, together Saranac Lake, N. Y.. May 7. The the barns. In this encounter several

i initiative and referen- with the extra sessions, has consider- Within only a few hoars until he Rev. J. K. Cooke fate of Hempstead more men were shot.

L nrklaad.s of Lake, and Mr. ably relieved the congested conditionof would become a groom a white man, A non-union man threw the switchat
U I. has been taken Into custody at
{ Walton, both spoke In the calendar.The a carpenter, by the name'of James Turk and Fillmore streets and I

asmdment quoting In most of,the house proceedings Saranac Lake. According to the ac- the derailed car shot Into the sidewalk -
was run down by, a north-bound pas-
Ms principles Wm. J. not already covered were routine matters count,, thf arrest was made by detectives maiming two men; whose names
relative Importance. Though senger train on the Atlantic ,Coast have not been learned.In the
Democratic national upward employed by a private agency. stampede : -
of two hours was spent duringthe Line about a mile'north of the pas- that followed, scores of women
-R_ 1 ts* motion to Inde- The local authorities at Saranac Lake

vas tabled by ale afternoon,session In considerationof senger station, and just beyond the denied knowledge of the arrest. and chidren were trampled upon. .., _

resolution then went house bill No. 194, by Mr. Smithof city limits. Sunday morning at an Platts N. Y.', May '7.-It is' reported The appearance of relief squads
Lake:making It unlawful for to reinforce Police Captain Mooney'smen
committee to be early hour, and this accident may here that Cooke and Miss
third reading. person or persons, individuals, companies Whatley arrived at Saranac about resulted about 4:30 o'clock In

(af Marion) amend- or corporations, public or cost him his life. noon and went to a boarding house the partial dispersing of the crowds.A .

to office of county private carriers; to bring Into, transport The pilot of the 'engine struck theman's there. ruibor' has it that Supt., Chaff 1

went to the engroas- or transfer to others In any county head,'which, .indicated that he man was seen about 5 o'clock driving

.---ut opposition, ,,distlet',. city. town:_or> precinct' 'la' was eyldently:,asleepjin, the edge of rapidly of Mri: MicWilUit this state where the sale of intoxicating Gotten,.AseocUtloaJrJMeetiag: At:'Bir automobile that: was_ _-dashed with -' ,
the track. He'was hurled several -- -
Jttdldal salaries liquors has been prohibited, prescribing mingham. bl Oti'There. is no confirmation'of

limbs onditlons'under which liquor feet, sustaining other serious Injuries i the rumor that Chapman was, wound-
Jedslatore pass- Atlanta, May 7.-The state presi- .
U is reported, and was taken aboard I ed.. -
j.vaaalmoiuly In the may be brought into such county, dis- dents or'the Southern Cotton Association
*-'k trict, city town or precinct defining the train, being conveyed to the hos- Practically all of the police reserves

ro resolutions by what Is the plan of sale of such liquor pital of the Atlantic Coast Line at will hold a meeting in BIr- at the various ''precinct stations have -

had previously and providing penalties for violation'of Waycross. mingham on Saturday next May 11, been called out and are now patrolling i '

i requesting Congress the act. Mr. Farris, of Duval :r for the purpose of discussing the the neighborhood of Fillmore and r
f Very little Is known, or could bei u
:_SMveadon to propose moved to Indefinitely postpone the plans of the proposed cotton exchange Turk streets. +

to the Federal constlj bill, which placed it before the house i i learned, of this mysterious man and and warehouse system to be

for income and (n- for discussion. Those speaking in ': the accident, which was equally mys- organized by the association. Fol- MAY REOPEN FEUD.

*sSad' for election of favor of the motion were Messrs. Far- terious. It is said that he is a carpEnter lowing this meeting President Harvie

sectors by popular ris, MacWilliams, DuPont and Milliner 'f Jordan and President Walter Clarkof Bloody Fight n Sugar Island CreekIn
>: employed by the Atlantic Coast -
Nferred back to the com- and those speaking in favor of the the Mississippi division will sail Kentucky.
Line, and that he came to Gainesville
i+M tit tional amendments bill were Messrs. Crawford, Kilgore, for Europe to attend the international MIddlesboro, Ky., May 7.-on a

"lrCoM. Mr. Crill and Williams and Wilson of Hernando.The early Saturday evening. It is fur-; cotton conference at Vienna. fight on Sugar Island creek today

L-Pke against the reM4 bill was objected to both upon therstated the he was to have been John Howard and Martin Green were

Mr. Beard who, conttteeaniagotaconstitu- constitutional grounds and as a question married to a lady at Hague, ten miles HOWDEN CONVICTED ON PEONAGE killed and Eleanor Howard and

of good policy: One of the points '!i north of the city, Sunday afternoon, George Howard were probably fatally -

"'u n would be the most most strongly brought out being that I I I but there' is one thing sure, the misfortune CHARGE. shot James and George Green

g possible In this day while the bill, if constitutional, would were also badly wounded.
which befell .hIm will have Prairie Pebble Has Not
to the rights of the prohibit the shipment of liquors from I I Manager John Howard is a relative of Jim -
$1i. Mr. Crane spoke one county to another within this a tendency to delay the solemn cere- Been Sentenced by Judge Locke. Howard, under conviction for the

-tae rndntion, expressing state, it could not prevent and did mony indefinitely, for the man is Tampa. Fla., May 7.-F; I. How- murder of Gov. Goebel. The fight

*st mey would not fall oft not aim to prevent shipments from
introduced other states, resulting thereby In a Nothing is know of the movementof the mountains. i
a Phosphate Company, at Mulberry,
d the man after midnight, but it is
tot affiliate with discrimination against Florida liquor
supposed that, becoming tired of wait- Fla.; was convitced today of peonageby -
Wrty 7 ice the prtn1 dealers. Mr. MacWllliams argued at WITH THE LAWMAKERS.
stand- Ing for the train he decided to walkto a Jury in the United States Court .
them were good length from a constitutional
and when short distanceout after two days' trial. Judge Locke
Hague, a
iI eiples, Mr. Hum- point, while Mr. Crawford, of Orange Hill Creating Palm Beach County
down to rest and went to reserved sentence.
r. lay
Bm '
also favored the made an impassioned appeal froma Passed in Senate.
'' Cone After sleep.-Gainesville Sun. The court Immediately proceededwith
exprtued him- temperance standpoint. a
the trial of W. C. Sprott, mar- Tallahassee, May 8.-The senate
with the thorough discussion, Mr. Richbourg of
shal of Mulberry, on a similar charge. Heavy damage. and loss bf life was .
i t tOugh best In- Walton, moved to lay on the table a tion of Dade. Tonight the senate ,
The complainants in the case were creating Palm Beach county T1&
1a eonstitutfonaI motion to Indefinitely postpone, which cmmittee on city and county organization -i
it Brodsky and Boreskir Russians. vote was twenty to eleven.
dress' should be was carried by a vote of 46 to 11. will consider the house bill lr
Senator Johnson has been appointed -
ssbJf e measures to Those voting "no" on roll call being for the creation of Plnellas countyout
chairman of senate committee-
k tb several states. Messrs. Calkins of Nassau; Clarke of of West Hillsbrough. Mr. Crane, FREIGHT AND WORK TRAIN COL-
privileges and elections.
I tI commit prevail- Jefferson; DuPont of St. Johns; who represents that district Inthesenate LIDE.
The Beard amendment is the special -
Farris of Duval; Griggs of Franklin; is chairman of this committee '
) for the house this afternoon.
-* ( the MacWllliams of St. Johns; Matthewsof and It is universally conceded that
morning in Two Killed and Nine Injured in an A bill has been' Introduced in the
t h the eonddera Marion; Milliner of Madison; his position will be the greatest fac-
Alabama Wreck. house appropriating $15,000 for Middle -
sew tDe first being Reese of Escambia; Wartman of tor In the matter. A delegation of
Florida fair at Madison.
g for the apaat Marlon and Watson of Dade. Mr. five from Tampa arrived yesterday to ||I Birmingham, Ala., May 7.-In a

attorney Jones of Brevard changing from fight the bill before the senate, and ,:,collision early today between an extra City Election.

t easing, was no" to "aye" before the vote was reports from Hillsborough would freight train and the engine of a .

der two was by announced. It will be observed that seem to Indicate that the county seat work train on the Seaboard Air Line The city election in Live Oak yes-

tie rMatring the most of the members voting in the Is going through one of its regular jparxjsms j'near Piedmont, Ala., two men were terday passed off very quietly, anda =

basrisi Improvement1514e negative are from "wet" counties and of brain storm and"Demen :killed and nine injured. light vote was polled. There was

for sale was vice versa. tia Americano" or some slimral ail- i The dead: no opposition to the Democratic #

t 'Ome Cansby ment to which the metropolis of Engineer Birch of Birmingham.Mike nominees.

2tttleaL Harris More County Division. South Florida is subject upon occas- Young, negro. Those elected are as follows:

et that body. For a few days longer the legisla- ions when other portions of the coun- The injured: Mayor, J. B. Johnson.
i4 undertake Fireman J. S. Stanley, Birmingham. Marshal, W. H. Lyle.
sP'eeh the in which it Is situated
dn., ture will be confronted with county ty :
t b City Clerk, S. P. Mays.
which the county
lataed of
that division problems. The bills for the propositions
1 Qf entirely. Engineer Peek, of Annlston. Assessor, J. S. Kinkaid.- *
apoa the creation of Seminole and Eden counties seat does not approve
'Mil at Mr.dam. out of DeSoto county were report; I'The proposition to create Pinellas I Conductor Seymour, Birmingham. Bond Trustee. C. A. Hardee.

dam express ed unfavorably In the house yester- county appeared at first to have been Fireman, J. M. Woods Ragland, Aldermen, Dr. Barclay Dr. T. S.

s for pack17oaads day morning and today the senate' .r regarded as a Joke by the opponents j seriously. Anderson. D. G. Bardin and J. E.

In.y will take action upon Mr.< Hudson's, of the measure;,but it is realized now t. Five laborers. Wood. .
ha* passed the jok- The cause of the accident has not
Qls bill for the creation of Palm ,Beach that the matter
yet been learned. Subscribe for the Dally Democrat.,
county comprising the northern por- ing stage. I


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tCuul Across the Everglade.
,Tay across the state Laundry

kt of Immense value to the .S.3KOWM. P.E.TsoiwyM -

By giving steamers a BROWN & THOMASON. i

>cross directly over, without

below the keys, the "That's One.of Our Lines"Notions PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,

tnasportatlon_ would be so

that duns fruits from the LIVE OAK. s : : FLORIDA.

.could, all the
go way by
y U great saving of.freight Shuts, Hose, Underwear. DR. J. W. WEST. g
Ladies and Gents We
oi Furnishings.
the Pensacola Jour-
i that the'legislature shall represent Watts Bros. Co., Lynch- Physician and Surgeon.

r the building of two_ mores burg, Va., Success Lines. Successful Office: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue.
and dig the proposed merchants should have Success Residency at Ethel HoteL

_anal deep enough to be a goods in stock. One of salesmen Phone:Office..No.168.
Then If it proves success- Residence.No.23 or 168.
**latge canal, well fcnd will gladly show you the full line of I Drag Store Barclay&Groover Nee 16.

iiaoC-we i at least Will have @ we feel sure we can give you the

Success GoodsSuccess M.E.. BROOME,. greatest satisfaction. There is an
infra yeny brief.summary added stiffness and a glorious gloss
&%and does'hot quote put upon our work that enhances the
t'tXL The last nuh- Shirts will surely sell ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of j

-j Feraanditta Record eonl Success Underwear just do well, LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. your linen. Bring your Shirts Collars -
ttorai| note Cuffs t
endorsing the Success Hose and Success Ties Win practice in aD the court of the State. Special Handkerchiefs White and
8d ihip ctaat. attention riven to Conveyances. CoBeetkHi Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our
t tee that there can be Successful men and women get wise. of All business promptly attended Laundry and you: will have them

H objection to, this com Watch for abit foot next week. KOTABT PUBLIC STATE:AT LABOS.L. quickly and carefuly done in a satis-
_;k P* the locales of I factory manner at a satisfactory

*U4 those morerthaa opjJSged that the they to money dralnttwraace ask- Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. M. DIXON, price.. b

M canal will not be wholly DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry.
turns"out that the ,
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drained,or that Limes Will be High This Year. When your food has not been properly .
t sot)u nol WORK. : SPECIALTIES.T.
worth drain digested the entire system Is
There will be a shortage in the key
N impaired in the same proportion. I
t13at this idea will receiveEby lime crop this season for the reason
Your stomach needs help. Kodol For J. LYLE '
the legislature. that the trees were badly damagedby Indigestion and Dypepsia not only .
the hurricane last*October and digests what you eat it tones the

i % on that account the prices promise to stomach and adds strength to the WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Alimony, C whole body. Makes rich, pure blood.
be 35 year's experience
higher than usual though
sour appendix. I Kodol conforms to the National Pure
i0 the fruit will be of good quality. Good stock Watches always on hand.
-boeh e'ioli for It if yon I Some few barrels have elready Food and Drug Law. Sold by City I AND TARThe
ieitilar with Dr. : Pharmacy. "* d* It
Ufe PHIL. mess action been brought to port and marketed t i
from here and within the next few
&DDendls never Disturbed the Congregation. *
days the crop will be in good motidn original
lean eom- -The who disturbed the congregation -
boats for the person
keys now carrying
have opened up 'a barber shop
ty** Barclay down barrels in 'which to bring the last Sunday by continualy on Ohio avenue, in the White building LAXATIVE cough remedy.
cents. Try limes to this city. coughing is requested to buy a bottle and solicit the patronage of the
d-w As evidence of the high price now of Foley's Honey and Tar. City Pharmacy white people. Shop Is newly fitted For cough, colds, throat and lung
prevailing one barrel of the fruit, d'w up and everything kept neat and troubles. Kb opiates. Non-alcoholic. i
Deatai w Good everybody. Sold .
Societyannual brought up a few days ago sold at clean. everywhere.The -
earth the dock for 117 though this price WALLJPAPER genuine
,. Allan* of course, can 'not be maintained McQueen& Griffin. FOLEY'S HONEY&TARI.lo i
-I a Yellow package.Rduaeaubatitatea.
fr'da7. Jane throughout the season. -Miami Me- When in need of nice wall pa-
days'Y Prepared only by
tropolis. per call on H. H. PETTY,,atCLINTON FoLit'ilJ HONEYANDTARc. Foley A Company, Chicago.

Dex ocrat. Subscribe for the Dally Democrat. & MCEICS MARKET. .,..* Cold Prevents Poewnonia City PJ armacy.||


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t :. LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRATPublished 1 .,Thai
Again the removal of the State
e f Except every Sunday.Afternoon capital being agitated a resolution DOWLING AiR Suit {

t .1hate'1f t hating? ,been, n roduce4in

J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g-r. the'Legislature. last '. *v eeld 'The -

proposition, is to amend '. the State DOWN UPOft THE SUWANMECX RtYEI Have } -
Enterd at the Postofflee Llye Oak. *
constitution by the necessary vote
Florida.. as Second Class Mall Mat- ;
t and move ,tie capitol to Live Oak. Hotel and Splendid
ter, November 7, 1905. Mineral Springs Cottages
The effort may not cause the com- yaWe

vote was taken and resulted In WATER IN EVERY Rocw.: BILLIARD TABLES.

mailed to any part of the United been the capital, except a short 'REASONABLE GULF.. CONHECTON AT LIVE OAK WITH ALL TaawsPflRK at

States postage ,prepalr., for |5.00 time, when St Joseph was the capital -

per year; 12.50 for six months; -a place not now even In exist ADDRESS \ HOTEL DOWbl PflRK. FLORIDfl, L.VEOAK

11.25 for three months or 50 cents ence. $ 112

for fire weeks. In advance. Delivered If there jj
is to be a rote on the subject -
to any part of the city by I W. J. BRYAN A WORKER. nlng to get around town for a man .
It certainly cannot be confined I
carrier for 10 cent per week. : who lives about five houses from us.
I to one town or place, and as before William,Jennings Bryan Is not as I came In and asked our name. He

the aspirants will doubtless be num- .he was eleven years ago TO
young as but had
I!said he had beard It. forgot,
The anU-ealooa people of ,Valdosta erous when he made that'speech in Chicago
ten it. and wanted to go home and i
are making a hard and determined Live Oak Is not very iar from Tal- that,our delighted .but rather satirical i, tell'his wife and children that he had n

fight to drive the saloon evil out of lahassee, but It is contended that it contemporary the New York Sun, I' *
seen us. $25.00I
that city and we hope and believe is nearer the center of the state and is pleased to characterize as a,"bit of You' can't keep a genious hidden t

they will succeed. more ,accessible than Tallahassee.Live tawdry rhetoric that hypnotized an the
away in the dark. Even hogsin
Oak however is also a dry hysterical national convention," I this town have discovered and ap-

What If our city officials should I I town like Tallahassee. If the resolution He, *as*grown, a bit grater since preciate us. They come In the office +- 't''.

decide to make Lire Oak the cleanest for the amendment Is adoptedby then there are deeper lines In. his
I and grunt at us .In an affection ,
city la Florida? The cost might the' legislature the scramble for face he has taken on the slightly increased lean up against our legs and scratchoff

amount to a neat sum. but do. you the coveted prize will be Int est1ng. weight ,which we associate understand.
fleas-o" of'Uem,
believe a tax payer would object? A South Floridian writes that if with advancing years. But ,despite
But, seriously:
there Is to be a change of place he the eleven years of hard and active
We are one who believes in theoverthroid
Iaytl threatens to cause an Inter- favor Jacksonville above all other service the Nebraskan's strength ,
of the public officials who
national Incident by sending to the places. This prominent Floridian de- seems undiminished, his mental and {
are too busy boodling to waste any i-1
Jamestown naval show a black vice I clares there is no other place the physical equipment equal to the accomplishment /
of their precious time in passing lawsin #
admiral who would rank all the naval equal of Jacksonville for the capitaL, of all the multitudinous ,
the interest of the majority of the -J' .
officers there. And how could i The people would not have to wait duties Imposed by his practical 'I t t it
people. They believe In the doctrineof
"the door of hope, the door of oppor-I for the necessary city Improvementsto political leadership 6,000.000 people f it
every fellow for himself and do
tunity" be closed to him? be made, but he says because and more.
not concern themselves with otherpeople's t
they are now here and ready The democratic leader recently put
troubles but the people art
Little Johnnie, having In his possession -! There is a strong sentiment however in a day that,while not very different r
smarting under the humiliation and ;
a couple of bantam hens. I against removal and Tallahassee from many others must strike the i f, ,
affront of the rapists, and we hope to
which laid very small eggs suddenly'. may remain the capital for many average,man,as rather strenuous fora Ir
see the bright star of these grafters'glory
hit upon a plan. Going next morning more years. Jacksonville can very regular diet. r
I (?) fade from the firmament _
to the fowl run. Johnnie's father was well afford to be magnanimous In Leaving Boston early in the afternoon -
and leave In the phosphorescet wakeof r .1
surprised to find! an ostrich egg tied. this particular, though if a new placeis for New'York.. he intended '
its vanishing brilliancy a bluff up-
to one of the beams, and Above It, a to be chosen Jacksonville would stopping, off at Albany for an hour
the of heaven, henceforthto
IUd with the words: "Keep your ask recognition. To remove the capital and addressing' the state legislature. ; on canopy
become an Ignis fatus. leading t
eye on this and do your best.**-Tidolta. would be a serious blow to Tallahassee The train was late and this feature
them through noisome fens and doomed
and many would regret to see of the afternoon was abandoned. \ ,
dishonored, discredited and dam-
it deprived of its distinction as the ,Reaching Negr York at :6 .o'clock, he ned. IIIf

From the actions of the House at capital city though perhaps believ- held a public reception for a nhour. I

Tallahassee they think the county ing other places better suited for It. later delivered a lecture up in Harlem I t
The Fullness of Country Life. I
treasurer has a "picnic" all the time, Jacksonville Metropolis. ; by 10, o'clock was back down ,

and they propose to do away with The resolution for the amendmentto town attending a AlnJler.arranged in In the country every morning, of a
the brings with it a new aspectof '
that official so far as lay within their remove the capital to Live Oak has his honor,Jeavjpg. the banquet. table' year :

a: \ power. Who could expect anything not as yet been passed by the House. whisked awag; ; to Newark. N. springing or fading nature a new
J'I duty 'to be fulfilled earth and
i much from a legislature, after a but notwithstanding that fact we are where he delivered .another speech 1 upon

committee of that body reported adversely perfectly willing that Jacksonville midnight.; That finished he boardeda a new promise' or warning In heaven. I
I No Is without its Innocent'
th, proposition to move the. enter the race also Ocala, Lake,City, train for BUlrstown. Pa., where he day hope -- E:
capitol to Live Oak?' Gainesville'Miami Key West. Tampa was scheduled for an address ,on :its special prudence. Its kindly gift -----
and Its sublime and in MICHAELS-snll
Orlando. Pensacola Tallahassee, and Thursday. O ,Friday night he filled danger every I FINE CLOTHlRQ

For the'life of we cannot.see why all and every other: city in Florida. an engagement for an address in Chi- process of wise husbandry and every I _' s._a ea. n
effort -I4
any living Floridian should wish to Let the scramble be interesting, in cago. of contending or remedial

throw a stumbling block In the way the extreme that the race may be This livelyjumplng from one city courage. The wholesome passions I
thorough Investigation furious. Live Oak would another pride and bodily power of the laborer Aftergetting '
of a and complete fast and and section of the country to \t

of those internal Improvementand rather win from the whole bunch which has noW been Mr. Bryan's program I I are excited and exerted in happiest superb( .assorted ;

other matters that should be In- than from any one of them. for several weeks, recalls the unison. The companionship of domestic new model Sack &* J:

ftatlpt 4., The people of Florida campaign of 1896, when the and the care of serviceable 1m:
animals soften and enlarge his life critically! 'ems'materials
have confidence In the committees appointed per men Accompanied .
who have those things In jcratic sfanderd bearer newspa-I with lowly ,charities and discipline and the in CrXl

hand,-and believe they wish to act Live Oak Democrat quotes the his endurance!and'capacity him in familiar wisdoms and un- !

for the best Interests of,all concern= following from the Nashville ,News: Mr.Bryan is very much In earnest boastful fortitudes while the divine hand-tailoring ps

ed. Then give them aU they ask for "If Mr: Bryan's policies seem to be his honesty is unquestionable and his laws of seedtime, which cannot be say they are th$ best fs

and ample time that they may do somewhat out of joint, it should be leadership practically undisputed. ;hastened, and winter, in which no you ever saw for theH IOBTPC

justice to It, and after It Is J1 over remembered that the whole world Atlanta Constitution.Who man can work compel the Impatience

mXy all the clouds be "rolled away." has been that wjfy for a month. We and coveting of his heart Into labor you will be an exceje

All the people of Florida desire and have had April snows, tropical cyclones too submissive to be anxious and rest hundreds of knoW il!
Is He
ask la common Justice, and 'If wrong earthquakes sun spots and too,swee t to be wanton.-John Rus- bare
who have
has been done or trust abused that the like until we ought to be prepared The young man who is getting out I kin. seen,

corrections be made.-Tallahassee for almost anything." the Calhoun Democrat while Editor I.I delighted with

True Democrat. That's what the Florida legislature Max Wilson serves out his term in SEABOARD. AIR LINE- RAILROAD '

evidently believes, and our represen- the legislature is all right. The Jour i I. -, I
We would like, to get hold' of the tative speaking for the people ven- nal's advice to Wilson is to keep him I Special Occasions-Southern' Baptist 1 MICUAllS.illI'fiNE

committee in the legislature that reported ture to take him on trust. at It-Pensacola. Journal. The gen-: Convention and Auxiliary Societies fib

unfavorable Representative We don't hesitate to say that we're tleman who 1.,now directing the pen I Richmond, Va, May 16-21, 19O7" '

Dorman's amendment to the constitution mighty glad, some of his policies get on the Calhoun Democrat is an old i Account of the above occasion, w ao

to more the state capitol to1 I knocked "out of joint. He has so hand at the business and always gets I announce round-trip rate of one fare.

Live Oak. The Democrat has been 1!!. many good policies that the saving out an interesting paper-Lire Oak plus twenty-five cents In the sale of noted .
In this i
slow to believe that the third houseat clause to Democracy and the country Democrat. 'I tickets ,to Richmond, Va.; tickets at I

Tallahassee had any great influ- .I will be the knocking "out of joint" We would like to gratify the curi- I this rate being on sale from May 13th will find better .

ence with members of the legislature. ,'I all those policies savoring of government osity of The Journal, but Editor until 16th, inclusive, with, final ,lima ,[better tailoring, 'betiq:

but now we don't know hardly what centrallatlon and sticking to Sherwood of the Live Oak Democrat II to leave Richmond fifteen days from i r

to believe. Some say the "People's!,! genuine democratic principles.-'-Orlando who knows of our popularity 'and date of sale. However, by complying and a better fit th

Lobby" are to blame for the whole Reporter-Star. brilliancy, advised us to be careful with certain conditions and upou J f other' apparel costs?]

thing while others say: it;was a combination -I of our name-not to let it get spread payment of fee,of 1.00., an extensionof The gam

-Peter Knight and the Live Oak claims a population of: over the state; as the people wodld : this limit to June 17th may be (same.

"People's Lobby" working together 7000, or thereabouts. An important! make a mad rush and crush one an-' procured.The here to prove it.

with their combined strength that election was recently held for state I other to death in an effort to shakethe Seaboard ,has been declaredthe

practically killed Live Oak's chance senator and there were polled in Live hand of one'who has such noble official route, for delegates to this I IBj (

for a favorable'report. But be that as Oak for this office 139 votes. Either I traits of character and who wields meeting. Those, having the matterin ashionalile Sit

It may there Is one 'consolation left Live Oak has a less population than so brilliant a pen.We hand were evidently guided In
I hands
for us after alL That is in years to she claims or manifests very little Interest had an experience In Texas reaching the decision, to name our new Four-in and : *

come when Peter Knight and the In the selection of good material that taught u* a lesson not to be line by some of the attractive fea- I Squares AsgJ

"People's Lobby" will hake passed for an important public office. careless with our name. It leaked tures of otfr service, noticeable Spring colorings SO, wg,

away, Live Oak will be 'right here -ocala Banner. Live Oak claimsa I out.. The_cow boys would come'to us among these being our double dally some effects

and so will the' Democrat t, and thenif population now of more than 8000, at all times of day and night, present- service with through coaches and Spring Shirts, -

not until then.,Live Oak. may have but they don't all vote in county elections -: ing their pistols handles foremost, sleepln gears. I ingsinrnadras: and .

an opportunity to. secure the State Might as well try to Interesta kissing our hands and feet begging Our people, with an idea of affording and regular sty1e. rJt'

capitol. We mention Peter Knight'sname man in the purchase of the Moon as I us to shoot them. Even Joe Bailey delegates to this and other con- I plaited bosom stJ

in this connection not becausewe try to Interest, the average Live Oak then only a congressman, came craw- ventions held in Richmond faner"
an White and
believe he responsible for the citizen in politics. He just won't be- ling to us on his keens, handing us portunity for visiting the Jamestown op- I double brI
measure's defeat put because be is come interested and excited over political a gold and diamond mounted pistol, Exposition have single or wash
In Tallahassee exercising his rightas matters and that's all there is which represented all the he an ar- flannel or ;
money rangement whereby the return handsome patteddressy51.50
a citizen In behalf of legislation to It. However, when It comes to could borrow, and with tears in his tion of tickets por- t. !
he desires to see defeated or enacted Voting on capitol re- oval we expectto eyes begged us to shoot him saying,I mond are honored from I

be. and when a measure poll about "steen" thousand votes. "it would be Portsmouth windo"
as the-case may a glorious death to die, Va., without additional See our

is enacted or defeated.. Peter The Live Oak citizen wakes up whenit to be shot by such a man, with such alone certainly makes the charge. This Spring Hats and J

Knight Is accused of having a hand comes to some question affecting a pistol" but Joe was destined to a especially Seaboard it's interesting fltI
In It. 'But as we stated ,in, the out- the welfare of Ihe. city, and is ready sadder fate-they United States Sen- There is movement 1

et.:we are after 'that committee. with his vote, his influence and his ate. ..: to have a now on foot

They ought to. be discharged from I money to do all in his power, ., the, Mr. Wilson seemed; to have J aomeapprehension In Jacksonville the Florida Baptists assemble

duty and a committee appointed who i balks,when It comes, to politics. about the matter fpr he 'the same train, ,moving,' one might from hereon BDTt
know ."good thing" when they see only Introduced us to three men. but a say .
i too
it. Subscribe fofthe Dan7''Democrat.. we suspect that our name is begin- more pleasant. will make the trip "MENS'Q


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Live Oat and SuwanneeGathered J LADlES EMPORIUM -

- Reporter by the Democrat t

Queen Quality
41 irstT. phone 199. 8-2t Is now complete with a full line oft

frr'MbrdUs at Mrs. Bache's. 3 t Ladies and Children's] Shoes and Oxfords Pumps and Sandals. .s

'wsdsworth, of Madison, was -
= Queen Quality ,- $2.50 to $4.00 Black Cat '
te a:
S3.5O and $4.00. TO

': c. Lyle for eTerr.thlng'l3t Brockport S2.50 and 3.00 Dittmair's 82JOO

Special Service 1.50 and 52.00 Special Service for Children.

>.jL Weeks went- to Tallahasee for Ladies T. J. Fox Infants Soft Soles 35c to 60c

W; B. Davis, of Perry, la a Remember don't handle Men's Shoes but have a very complete line for Ladies, Children and

I tie Ethel Infants. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
*,pia Dowllng returned from

today. ". THE LADIES
i morning.erbangh, of Branford was I. .' 'PHONE 159 L. S, HARVARD, PROPRIETOR McCall and Home Journal Piterlns i -

11, I II I I I I I I t I I r r 1 I--I I r I I I I , I I II r I I I .-II 111.1- ..,-III.-. II II I-111II1 1 1111111I. --I I- I- I- I-. I I. 1. 1. 1. r. 1- I- I- I I. I. I- I- I- .- .. ..s.. .. .. .. ... .. J_
1 tU Haddock, of Rocky Sink,'was
R. E. McNeill and C. D. Black- Nelson's barrel factory here is now I B. P. Coachman has
,ttfe:morning. some twenty'j For the best Electric Lamp made
well are transacting business in Wellborn running on full time, and the hands
I head of good, acclimated horses and l telephone J. C. Lyle. Phone 83.Every .
fjpafeskmer Dempsey returned to today. are given all the work they can do. i mules for sale' at his sale stables, at lamp guaranteed to have a uniform

i this morning. his old stand. Call and see 'them 11 life of seven hundred hours, -
-.--:..._..._. TO RENT-: Furnished and unfurnished For new or second hand Bicycles, I in the market for stock. dl-wlt with a consumption of 'current of
rooms, address ."R" in care see J. C. Lyle Repairing done
>rfrBTTtnnaa. of Suwannee. was l fifty watts. If y&i have a meter this
sa badness today. cf Democrat if promptly. All work guaranteed. -Fred Hugger is pushing the work is Interesting to you. 7-31
Phone 83. 7-31 ''on the new hotel. Bricklaying'' ,hast -

="..O'Hara, of Goose Creek, was Mrs.' D. W. Ross and daughter Miss t begun on the second story and the Lieut. J. M. Crosgrove, of the
git Kj,tils'morning. Ella of Porter Station, are here shop-t Mrs. W. C. Stafford, of Brooksville.l men are kept constantly employed. Charleston branch of the Salvation

'._' ping today. % l Ga., arrived here last night to attend Army,, was here today en route ot
:I. Ton have electrical troubles, ; the funeral of her brother H. F.1- Now Is the time to buy that nice I Key West on a week's furlough.
" I:C.;Lyle. Phone 83. 73tfin. Mr. and Mrs: W E. Quarterman. Dexter.A Chandaller for your parlor. See J. Lieut. Crossgrove Is an old Suwannee
-- of. Perry, are in the city, guests of C. Lyle for ihe most complete" line! county boy and his brother Is section

Roy Helton and baby came the EUiel. fine girl babyrwas born' to Mr. ever carried in Live Oak. Phone! foreman for the Coast Line at Padlock -
I .
- too Porter's Station today. and Mrs.: Fred Bf'emer last eveningat 83. 7-St where he visited a week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Parker, of Jack- 6:30. Mother and child are doing
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,If.*s4 Xf*. W. D. Mercer, of sonville were here yesterday return- nicely, J. W. 'Campbell went to JacksonVille LADIES:' ,
tt, irtn the city today. Ing last night. d this morning, and from thewill re Ladies. I have just opened a 'dressmaking
$2.50 wagon seats, new, at J. M. go to Cincinnati and other northern room In the Lewin building
| tfcaartennan.. of the Park Wallace McCall arrived from Jen- Bailey's the Auction House for : points. He will be gone for and will be glad to'serve you. Satisfaction
i tot yesterday'on business. nings today to attend the funeral of $1.50. Other thln'ga in proportion.. about a month. guaranteed. Give me a trial.
I"', In ,.
H. r. Dexter. -
E v Be quick. tf MRS. KIGHT.
l cant to sell see J M. Bailey, Mrs. C. W. Bache has white duck
auctioneer, Heaells. Prof. Stephens is reported very ill Miss Lulu Gray who has been I hats going as a premium with every Wonderful Eczema CUre. *

at his home, and was unable to teach visiting here for two: or three, days I $5 order. Come and buy early if you "Our little boy bad eczema for five
'1ds e Reese went to Jack- this morning.It I returned to her hprne in Pinemount I I want one of these hats as a pre- years," writes N A, Adams, Henrietta -

,* bnslaess this morning. today. 'I mium. 5-31 Pa. "Two of our home. doctors
N' is expected that the steel bridgeat said the case was hopeless, his lungs

Burkina,'of Wellborn, was Branford will be completed in Mr. ,and Mrs, J. ,F. Gaither. of Col. A. Z. 'dklns, mayor of Starke, I being affected. We then employed
i? *relay and this morning. three weeks. Live Oak - I the city this,. week,-Valdosta Adkins is one of the rising young at- chance we read about Electric
Kanert. Jr.. went to Jack- Get your cold drinks and ice cream Times. torneys of the state, and when he Bitters; bought' a bottle and soon
i this morning on business. from Florida Book '& News Co. "shies his castor" Into the political nticed Improvement. We continued _
Prompt deli very. 8-2t The Worth-Stephens store and the arna, he will prove a power. this medicine until several bottles

r choice meats and groceries Live Oak Bank have been closed for --.--.-- were used, ,when our boy was com-
,Ill W. A. Parker, pro- Dr.,Thomason was called to Pine- two days on acount of the death of I Walking up Howard street today pletely cured." Best of all blood
d-4-6t mount today to see Frank Green who H. F. Dexter.r Just west of Chinese laundry.. we medicines and body building health
is seriously la. '- noticed a new store just opened and tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &

> Roams B. Long, of Georgia, IsViay I The greatest convenience: of the on Inquiry found it was run by the Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w
visiting relatives .and A. H. West and wife; of Jackson- day is an Electric moothipg' Iron. old reliable. Alex. Parker Phone I -
ville, are here today, en route to We instal them free on trial. J. C. 212. d-4-6t

i Hampton, Springs.. i Lyle. Phone. 83. 7-31 'fWrlon Book ono N News CO. -
$mmi Orino Laxative Fruit Is beat I
Wilder, of Mayo, was I Syrup ::
Bay. ea route to Blrmlngr "' Miss Fields, of Virginia and Miss J! Mrs. M G. Dickert is visiting her for women and children. Its mild _
Leavy of Jacksonville; are prominent : parents in White Springs, coming up action and pleasant taste makes it I
guests of the Ethel.. from Porter's yesterday and spendingthe preferable to violent purgatives such I

Vfetsomery Corse, of Jack- day here.J. as pills, tablets etc. Get the booklet I IT'S A
It sojourning at Hampton Mrs. W. H. Brokaw. 0;Macclenny.1 and a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy I I

.; is spending a season at A. Johnson, one of Mayo's d-w
o arriving this morning.Col. clever young merchants, was a callerat i f NOVEL IDEABut

,/ the Democrat office today, and The Woodmen had a fine meetinglast I

or.Sale Frank Drew was summonedto witnessed the workings of our big night, which was largely attended. I
.; Tallahassee today to testify beforea type setting machine. Several new members were Initiated -
'< ""t. .
.l j legislative committee. The lodge now has a membership I

.,' .. I of about 100. Interest has I I
Mrs. A. N. Boatright and children been wonderfully revived and the I

AND. UNIMPROVED went to Peacock today on a visit to WeddingPresents I members have all taken on new life. i i

relatives and friends.: I '
of this city, has +
Old, reliable "Alex" Parker ask: .. I. near the lake on (I
J:Real Estate[ your patronage. Call phone 212 for City road, in Altamonte

-4 fresh meat and groceries.' d-4-6t FOR THE Springs: Orange county. Florida, '

-- I I composed of a commodious residence,
J Mrs. J. T. Boyd, of Jennings, ar- JUNE BRIDESOr |I stable outbuildings, twenty-five acres
firms EtcROPERTY rived here this morning to attend of land with an orange grove and a

'. the funeral of H. F. Dexter.C. large pear orchard. We failed tot f

those who choose learn the consideration. a joking friend of ours says that
M. Gamble and wife, of Fargo the month of May. Just authors must be greater animal te-i

Ga.. who have been visiting here, re- look Diamond in at Pins our, Broochesand exquisite I The funeral services of Mr H r. cause "their tales pome out of their

turned home last evening. Rings. Watches, I Lexter will be held at the residence heads." I hunted "t>ut then we have

-t Bracelets, Etc. Everything I this afternoon. Dr. Pasco, editor of many tales they send'into other people's ,
Mrs. Taylor of Floral City who in Jewelry. Our I the Florida Christian Advocate assisted heads, and what a vast amount of
| has been visiting Mrs. Geo. Davis customers are always by Rev H Dutill, pastor of the amusement and instruction books af-
"* left for Georgia last evening.If I Methodist church in this city will ford! As disseminators of the world's
I conduct the funeral services. The remains best and greatest literature we solicit
US. you want draylng done or a I i will be laid to rest in the Live your trade.

trunk carried to the depot, right IOak cemetery immediately following J
quick, phone 122.v.:>> N. Boatright. RADFORDThe the service. All the mercantile .
1TTIiyRoom establishments Jn the city will close' flmi BOOK .ooh N News CO.c.
Mrs.: Robert F. King and daughter Jeweler during the services this afternoon,in' .

Bertha, arrived here .from Georgia 1 honor of The 'd ad. Genuine sorrow
today on a visit to. Mrs. 8. A. Wla-I 'tIYt OAK.'TIA. prevails over the entire city C. COOK:, Prop 'j
/ 3. burn. -- r .\ ..)
E z;

i"i.f"' "'1"--" .......tII.ii -); ,,-_. .- ......., '. ,t ,:.._ '-,_,'.'_- _o-r. __ '_-' Ji.4"LIVE '- -
-O5 tlA.i -

]iAY.: l86'IE' :
*. OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT.- .- .. ..." -. ..... .-

FLORIDA 'RAILWAY : "The(Miami Last Metropolis.Yeteran-") f Live Oak MT g;

SCHEDULE. Mr. Edwin Lambright editor of

CONNECTS"WITH ALL: TRAINS OJTS. A. L. BY. AND A. C. L. RY. A? LIVE OAK the Tampa Evening News, is one of ,

t the rsst gifted writers of the Florida Manufacturers of
.. BEAD liP.
p press. Sometimes he writes the pas-

No.3 No.L No.L No. Lr sion of his souF-pathetic, beautifuland Electricj
1xedF ![ail Mail I Local On Memorial Day Lumber Shingles Ice
Daily and SrAT10NS. '. and DaiJr; ,
Ez EJQlreBa. ce Mr. Lambright wrote a tribute to
nL Vail7. DailySttmisy.. Power and
: "The Last Veteran which the Me- Turpentine. -

k tropolis considers one of the finest

: Ly i Oak-.....: ..-Ar'10 50 a III 540 p. language contains.Mr. in of the =
t 10 1ft S 1& p gems. the English Electric Lights any part city furnished for nor

T iO a m t I. p a Ly Darter r'Y. 10 3D a III 5 ZO pili Lambright's beautiful word picture Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.. Hectrie p 5

._..._. 'Y. was as follows:
Ly 5 00
a ID Pili
S 54< Stoi.ekley current-for manufacturing
05 a 1ft pm of all day and night purposes. .
r He was the last veteran; ,
y $19 a m S56pmLv l.4. -IO20sm: 445pm those who ,had fought for home and Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have specaT J

son 08 .. Ly. _Ki T Y. 1010.m 440pm :right he alone was left alive. tion. and alLorders promptly filled. *|

8 40 m C It P" Ju Wilmarth.-. -'- Ly. 10 00 a. 4 20 p IDJSO death came to lay its
_!_ And now
._ _...-Ar. I
l.y. will prices low sc1J
We good on
r a m W&hn434 hand upon him One soldier's grave give you grade r:

... 1..."ville_..-_- sleepless Come and prices.
the our
It 110 a III L. --Lura l -- was still unfilled and flooring. get ;
c Sexton waited leaning on his spade.
a Ar. .. .
I SO a III I e *

1000 a m 420pmLv Wa1mart..... w--- Ar lb7am 41Spm101S sunlight rested UP- Florida being: an ordinance entitled Ohio avenue In said CUraft;-
of :
a m Z. P m L.v-__ ---&iw __.....-f Ii a a 4 11 piliU A little patch "An ordinance to prohibit the run- In width at right angles
r- on the coverlet and the dying man ning at large on the streets o| the Ohio avenue eastward to
2O 4 30 p m Ly -Nuud- Y. I U a m S 51 piliS.2 there, that the mules In White' WbJe
z a placed his only hand City of Live Oak of horses Addllton to the

t' t0 Seam 4 ..lp..Ar -_ O'--' n.... LY'Ilia IUpm tender warmth might kiss it with hogs and goats and to provide for_],of UTe Oak, the IIOrtlcn tal(
'- &r.f the impounding and disposing of the of which said extension
10 40 a 6o.-
its of gold.
lip same," approved October 6, 1903 be line drawn at right
-AI Y. wt1
1. 56 a at LY Ju ... a.. And the words he spoke were as and the same are hereby amended so avenue frem a POint Oi tb
= t55am t2.t the words o"f one who dreams of as to read as follows: side of Ohio aven*- 4lreetq
05 Ar. .... Maya.-. -Ly. had Horses, mules, hogs to the northern
U a ID distant things; for they a mys- "Section boua.4fr.Gf
= '.-u;; LY_..... v.t----- V. lIT a. S40pm and Death tarried that and goats shall not be allowed to run street as It now stands
,. a.. tis sweetness of the streets. alleys right angles to said ruq t
F c. 30am SZ5pm at large upon any Ohio avea
11 %" a m\ pm" 1P.dr he too might hear. lanes or unenclosed property of feet to White street b .

UZi a. 45 p.Ly_.. .._...S.Jtz-d 'Yo 3ZS a m 111.m SNow the City of Live Oak. and that cows tion in said. City of UTQ Chite's Oak, f iI#,

e pmLT_. a told -.LT.b 906 a. 145 p. I know that the dying have shall not be allowed to run at large Ida. excepting therefrom tba. ..
11 a 1" 2i he were i upon any of the streets lanes or across the northern side t
..Ly. for the words spoke lit
Ly Cbarltoo.- 00 a.. Z as P IDU visions Parshley lit
of the said City or family
t a m 511 p. I public highways burial
Ly K -- t Y. 853am 2ZOpm these: other unenclosed premises within which is Included In said
j. aIDS IT p. : "Bring me the rusty musket and the following boundary in said Cityof and within the Iron fence
Lv___Fenbdlow ay_ ..L 845alll 110p.
JI a. a SS p m the faded coat of gray for yonderin Live Oak. Florida to-wit: said burial grounds. I

II a. 6 C-3 p m LT.r.... -. D%m rk"" .....-1.Y. a 38 a III 135 P"UU the valley I can see the army Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section IL That cones

Perry-.- _....:...-1.Y. 830am 120pIDt I thought the and First streets intersects and run- proceedings shall be inrtitateal 11
m 55aPIIIA. gathering long ago ning south to where Irvin and Carroll name of the City of UTe}
t war was over but 1 must have been streets Intersect thense east to cordance with the pnmsJoa!
ct!g l
(d) Telegragh or Telephone Statioa. (P Flax Stawr) Register. ( ) Regular Stop. (a) mistaken; surely that is my General Houston street thence south along i Statutes in such ease made Wi:.

: Agesey Station T. P. ALSTON. Superintended. yonder, calling to me and waving Houston street to John street thence vided, for the purpose of

MUS. Genera er, ., too late to east on John street to Church street, out the provisions of Seth Ij
his sword, lest I come this
thence south on Church street to cor-
,Y .- ---r--- join them. Somehow, I dreamed poration line, thence east on corpora- Section IlL That this ort&

that they were all dead, that I was tion line to White street thence !I shall take effect upon iu pass
the last of the glorious number left north on White street to Howard the Council and approved sT#
thence east on Howard street Mayor, or upon Its
street. tweosSnj.*
on earth. See! They are marchingnow I I
to a point opposite Georgia avenue. without the anDronirf
r' JAtVlESTOWNosition a mighty host of heroes, with thence north to and along Georgia Mayor. u --

their feet no longer bare and their avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Alderman ? 2

flags no longer tattered. On, on Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and passed fcy $
thence due north along' section line Council in regular session assess
them climbingthe
tley go and I see to a point oppositeFifth street on this 8th day of April, A a W

f golden sunrise hills, into an thence west to and along Fifth streetto CHAS. B. BROW

endless day! Company after company Atlantic Coast Line railroad, President City tom

battalion after battalion, regiment thence southwest across Atlantic Attest: i

-. .:# yonder rise the, Coast Line railroad to First street S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. j
after regiment--aud
t via the thence west along First street. to I, S. P. Mays. City ClerKS
I V. white walls of the city which they point of beginning." City of Live Oak, Florida do la-

mean to take. But, from the bat- "Section II. It shall be the duty certify that the above and.rep

toi tlements of that 'city, no menacingguns of the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 was regulari5
AtlanticCoastLinePeople sentinels Marshal or policeman of the said ed by the City Council on tie tat
are pointed; no pace
City to take possession of and placein of April A. D. 190.T, .asi&sa
the ramparts; there. seems to be no a pound to be provided for that Is hereby certified to tie Otthis -

i the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- apprehension of danger no pre- purpose any horse, mule hog or goat approval i
all over Florida see Witness my hand and let!dc
t parationfor attack. Look! The armyis found by him or them running at

f pie Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two entering' the wide portals; not a large upon any of the streets alleys. City, this 8th day of April! ii

each with through Pullman buffet sleeping not struggle no' dead or dyIng highways or other unenclosed property 190T.Seal *
\ daily trains way, shot a within said City and likewise ) Iii

I cars. men. Ah-I see-I see- I take possession of and place in said \ csya

tickets seeI know why the conquest is pound any cow found by him or them Examined and approved >|
Season days and fifteen days limit excursion I this 9th of A.a U
day April.
sixty bloodless, for the name of the cityis running at large on any of the streets,

* on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. Peace!" other alleys.unenclosed' lanes public property highways of said or M. E. BROOMS.)

Coach excursions at very low rates. s. City of Live Oak within tne bound-
U I The little patch of sunlight faded aries prescribed in Section hereof.." CBHCATIINfiK

t For further information see your nearest railroad agent and the soul of the soldier passed; "Section VII. 'For catching and harii aoot-ke* '

District Passenger Agent At and the Sexton leaning his impounding stock under this ordin-
or write. Frank C. Boylston. upon ance, the City Marshal shall be en- Laura etc. O,r M CteTsJngrastBtfcsfciTun
spade, sighed and looked into the ligiisisVil cek' '. t.rr.a ptmmitm AMa 1 t_y
lantiCoast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. titled to the following fees, namely: .c '
E. D. L.
grave. catching apd Impounding horses

mules and cows fifty cents per head OLiLLld.eaj
Notice to Our Customers. goats thirty cents per head hogs one :

Live Oak Perry & Gulf -\Ve are pleased to announce that dollar per head. For feeding and a'
taking care of such stock while in
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, pound for horses, mules and cows he

colds and lung troubles is not affect shall receive forty cents per day per A LIQUID COLD

I Railroad Company. ed by the National Pure Food and head each, for hogs or goats ten cents -
per day per head each; for advertis- -AND
Drug law as it contains no opiates or
4cheilnl Effective, April 7, 1907. ing and selling such animals he shall
of er harmful drugs, and we recom- receive the sum of fifty cents for LAXATIVE CM. S SI

s mend it as a safe remedy for child- horses mules or cows per head and

f WEST SOUND LAST SOUND ren and adults. City Pharmacy d-w for hogs or goats the sum of twenty-

CLASS I'Ytl, cLwsst! 1sT.CLASS 2D.CLAss five cents per head each. The word"hog" 11
\- .. ST.i. Pawn-Frt and Mail & Passes PassenFrt.. and under this ordinance shall be
r Pass cer.J Pass. PassE'er get Pass.No. The fine river steamer Uncle Sam taken to include "pigs."
!. N:5"t: No&. Na L Nw 6. Na 12 No.4. owned by the McCoy brothers of Section Ha. That this Ordinance
Sway Daily ex. Daily ;Sunday Sunday Daily enc.Daily. Daytona. was burned to the water shall take effect immediately upon "
Sun Only only Sunday. MEW
: Only 81100&7. a.
its passage by tbe Council and
line the Tomoka rive last Wednesday
on I
A. M_ P. .... P. ... P. )(. P. ... A. M. A. ... proval by tbe Mayoras to mules, IDEA
Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive The steamer had taken a
Leave 800 130 2 l0 ....__.._...Uye Oak-......_............ .3Q 550 1000 940 horses goats and hogs but shall not
8 13 1 43 2 04 ...._..._..Rocky Sink................. 4 161) 5 38, II 46 9 19 load of excursionists up the the riverto go Into effect as to cows until 60 days I
a a 81 148 300 ..__.........._..Starr.....-..............- a .. : 34, 942 1113 the log cabin, and was about toreload from its passage by the City Council. 1

: 22 1 155 52 = ::::::::::::::::::::::.._Mercer--Platt.--: ..:....._:::::: : :, : 30 f1 I : :\ 9 903 07e for the return Journey, when Passed by City Council in regular B1oNO\I...Df"uy
... Laneaster_ 354' 218 926 850Lv session this 8th day of April. A. D. n. 1W
: t'I At 2 204 o9.Ar : 07..:::::::::'::::::::Dowling Park.:::::::::::::::: Ly 3 48 Ly b 10 t iLV 9 18 L. 840 flames sprang up along and under 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, BoWL

Ar 8 t5 Ly 4 45 Lv 4 .... ..... DowllBlr Park Ar 119, IAr 9 13IAr 8 12 the engine. This followed eo.p.IIIri'
8 .49 4 1 ..._......m............_Chancey.............._-.......3334 506 9081 808 was by a President City Council. nA Cold or a :
8 SOl) 452 4 IT _...........__..._ ......................... S 30 3 L I 806 muffled explosion and U was not Attest: :daces constipadoD-the v
i 8 i7 4 57 4 _...........Mayo JlIDCtioD................. a 28' i 03 II 03, 8 04 S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. DOse and throat Ins****d JJ
- s 9 00 Ar. 25 .._ .. ___.............Day.m..m._-_-S 25Is' 5 ooLY, 9 001. 758s long before the fine vessel was a total eyes. the* <<
Lv .. ..Day ... s I 855,! 1. S. P. Slays, City Clerk of the of the system through T
9 : = : ===:::::::::::::.Silo::... ::::::::::::::::::::: S 4 utAr 8 49 735 loss. City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby For the want of moisture oe
1 5 10 52 _...:.-Tewn..nd..... ... .....m._._......... a 1 4 II 45. 7 2di certify that the above and dry and hard." Nearly
401 830k 768i foregoing ..
.. .
; 421 5 225 38 5 512 27 ==-..:=::F;.Smith ;;_::::::::::::::::::. 2 41 : I 8 : 65310l0 A Xarow Escape.G. Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass- are constipating eseda', .+ s.t

= 106 600 ...._..._..-Perryerry--..........-.--..... 230 4081 ti 0.$ 640Ar19 W. ,ed by the City Council on the 8th day Opiates. Keaaedl3ls.'i .
% 15 ...._........-Hampton Springs............-.. LL 2 lb Lv S 4S ILL k.45IL 6 10 Cloyd a merchant, of Plunk, I of April A. D. Tar the bowels. c03 ,
1901. and the
A M.5Ap'&Ap.. :' M. I P. !L I I A. M. Mo., had a narrow escape four years same
s is hereby certified to the Mayor for KENNEDYLAXJIIV
ago. when be ran a jimson bur into his approval

e MAYO AND. AL TON BRANCH. his tfcumb: He says "The doctor Witness my hand and seal of said

x wanted to amputate it but I would City. this 8th day of April A. D.

EAST BOUNDs not consent. bought a box of B ck- 1907.Seal I
t len's Arnica Salye and that cured the
City Clerk.
a Fri& t I Frt A Passe a Passes Frt & Fri 'Passes 1 Passen dangerous wound" 25c at Barclay Examined and approved by me HONEY
' PaaL Pas&
Pass Passtee get get i err
: I I & Groover. druggists. d-w this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. .
No.?. \ No.9. No.13.I No. a. t No.10. Nay 14.!No.16. E. BROO fE. Mayor. Colds b1"dw
Daily Daily Sunday Sunday wm Relieves ..
S t Daily S'L t eSua Daily SuedsySunday"'" I ..... I .........-..... Only I Zi -Oaly ORUIX_ CI >o. 56. of the system throvlk.. i

-A. lsL P.- 1l. -A. iI.. PT1t1. A. K. P. K.. A. M. P. K. An Ordinance to amend Sections ORDINANCE NO. 57. the bowel "fatrenther
4 Leave Leave Leave Leave t Arrive !Arrive Arrive Arrive 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the M'r Relines eouPa
9 10 4 40 9 -Ie i 30'......._......Mayo Junction.-...... 7 58'i S ZO 8 ,5 Z Or; An Ordinance providing for the the O88 ar
. I .. ._....._.._...... City of Live Oak. Florida, being an
II 26 $564 j II J .._..___...._. 1 391 103. 421 1 52 establishing, opening and extending bcstluJICIaIII
................... Ordinance the throat.
36 58610\ 5 533-------------------Peteraos. 7 27; Z 53, 8 321 1 42 entitled "An ordinance to of Wilbur
10 00'. :34 a 10 03I 6 > ..___. ....Ha7o.... _....._......'s 7 15 s 1 4Ot. 8 20 1 au prohibit the at street In the City of Live C1/IJ.l n
..10 lOoAr S ",..uti 6 15)t) ..--......-.Alton .....................!ILv 7 oo.Ly Z 301 L.Y 8 1 Lv 120 streets of the running City of Live large Oak on the of Oak Ohio, Florida avenue from eastward the east to side White of Influenza For Croy p Br0DCht1. WloOtill

Regular stop. Connection made at Dow ling Par for all trains to and horses, mules, hogs and goats and street in White's Addition to said Colds, Lung anS Btersmed7 -""

from Live Oa. and Perry. For (n formation as to connections with to provide for tbe impounding" and City ten hundred and thirty-two It equal to Pj;i -a6

Gen. Agent 'phone 147. Dow- disposing of the same, passed (1032) feet said street to be fifty Honey and Tar. .C _
otter lines 'phone or call- on rs> Passenger September 30th. 1903. and approved '(50) feet in width. i
Live Oak. October 6tb. 1903. Put up 1ft a- O
ling Building Be It Ordained by the Mayor and oratory of L 0.o.WltI
THOS. nO\\XI\G. PresiderU It. P. HOPKINS (kit...Pass. Agent. Be It ordained by the.Mayor and Citr Council of the City of Live Oak
City Council of the City of Live Oak, Florida; SoldLlm by 0t1FDISliAY

f ADVERTISE tIN THE DEMOCRAT No.tion Florida Section 16 2 :and of la.the Section City That 7 of Section of Live Ordinance 1. Oak Sec the now Section City stands of 1., Live be* Tnat opened Oak Wilbur, Florida extended street as and in it .\ULEY3 "ayl XaOD

established from the eastern side of $the coin


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_ L1VK OAK ) .' PEMOCILVT., WED jiESD3Y; MAY 8, 19O7.u s

:;-; I I There are 270 active volcanoes In Mile Gertrude Woker is a professor. '

:"II' 1"11.,1.,1 the world.: I .. I at Berne University. She is 26. and CLINTON & 1EKS[ '

I (passed all her examinations with

I IT Sunlight will penetrate very clear I great distinction. She lectures on :t

:,: :EABOARD .I.water'to the depth of 1,500 feet. I'chemistry and physics. |I 1 __

I *
Stop Grumbling. Do You Love *

-If you suffer from Rheumatism or
Airline Railway. your baby? You wonder why he Wholesale and Re-
pains for Ballard'a Snow Linimentwill I ;
cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
bring quick relief. It Is a sure t

Columbia, Camden, Southern Piles, i cure for Muscles Sprains.and Rheumatism.all pains-Contracted and, Most Vermifuge babies and have he will worms never, and cry.the tail Dealers in Florida _

mothers don't know it. White's
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, within the reach of all. Price 25c,
I Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
Philadelphia and New York. Sec $1.011.' C. R. Smith Tenaha.jTeL. and WesternMEA.TS
.. (worms and cleans out its system. in
writes: 1 have used Ballard'sSnow
a pleasant way. Every mother should
Liniment in my family fob years
fe- keep a bottle of this medicine in the
and have found It a fine remedy for
feELEGflNT TRfllNS DftlLY I house. With it, fear need never enter
all pains and aches. I recommend it
ber mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su
for pains In the chest. Sold by Sa-
wannee Drug Co. d-w

board Express Seaboard Mail wannee Drug Co. d-w I *

Wounded Elk, a fool-blooded Siouxi
In the last five years. In New York
i missionary is organizing a revivali
city 593.714 tenants have gone Into. Phone 24.
movement in New York city. He has

ti Modern : Pullman : Equipment. new flat houses. Promdt deliveries
besides a majestic presence.
Jf1' + Lady,Henry Somerset who has devoted

her life to temperance work

Jamestown Exposition Liner I will retire from publiq life this this Secretary year deliver of State the lectures Elihu Boot on "The will anywhere in the

Responsibilities of CltizenshiD."
II'which are an annual feature at Yale. City.
S The Life Insurance I ,
:Mr. Root will lecturte on May 13. 14
Recursion Tickets on 3' 1e Daily
muddle has started the public to 20 and 21.

thinking. The wonderful success that

Las met Ballard's horehound Syrupin For a cold or a cough take Ken The Great tteadaclie Cure.BromoPepsin
-lam fnu information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent its crusade on Coughs. Influenza nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is .

or write, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles better than any other cough remedy

I", Epy ?TON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville Fla. -has started the public to thinking because its laxative principle assuresa

M1111 111i111 I i i1111 I >* 111 11 I IIIi11 of this wonderful preparation. healthy copious action of the
"Note the Word
T: ey are all using It. Join the procession bowels and at the same it heals irritation Pepsin

I I I' '. 'o." . . 4. . I" . I. and down with sickness.: I of the bowels and at the Head* !'ndige.L:anln .

?rice'25c, 50c and $100. Sold by same time it heals irritation of the CURES omll.a. Nervcususs.'

R SAVINGS DAPARTMENT Saw nee Drug Co.. d-w. throat strengthens the bronchial

tubes and allays inflammation of the On the Spot.

E is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is There is a daily average of one and mucous membrane. Contains Honey No Opiates. Absolutely Harmless ,

jbroad enough to accommodate all, and one-half deaths in New York city and Tar pleasant to take. Children
chargeable to injuries inflicted by like it. Conforms to the National All DrigguU 10 Zit mi 60*

[ICE[ ARE ITS PATRONS: other persons. Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by for Sotle By

City Pharmacy. d* The City Pharmacy
I t-The young folks with their small savings. _
During the, last year trolley car '
LThe breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fund Live OAK, FLA. .
traCc on the Brunswick bridge has The French law courts have decided t
I to a home or a competency for old U-23-trwHtt. ,
::; procure age.
been increased 12 per cent and on that the owner and chauffeurof .
I fe'-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and the Williamsburg bridge 28 per cent. a car which ran over Lieutenant- 1

: F the income provided. Colonel Croizet at "Villers-sur-Mer "
: i-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. If You Don't last summer*must pay the widow and WARRENDrays

--. children $8,000, which in our money and Delivery Wagons.
succeed the first time use Herbine
BANK Live Oak
; equals $40,000."Here's .
;--. and )ou will get instant relief. The Furniture moving and Lumber

greatest liver reguator. A positive Hauling Specialties.STOVE .
to your health and hop-
cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia,
plness"-De Witt's Little Early Risers WOOD
malaria Chills and all liver com-
-famous little pills. Nasty sick
p'aints. Mr. C-.,.of Emory, Texas: An length delivered, any part
headache or biliousness may come on
wife has been using Her-
: "My .
bine. for Lerself and children for five anytime; the cure is an Early Riser. of city, promptly. Give us your
Sold by City Pharmacy. d*
babines. Phone 55.
:years. It is a surer ure for constipation -

and malaria fever, which is sub-
The Sultan of Turkey has 71 titles,
stantiated by what it has done form
among them being "Abdul Mamid, J. :MOBRIS s
)' family. Sold by Suwannee Drug ,
the eternally victorious, "the eter-
Co. d-w. nally smiling," "the eternally Invin- Contractor and Builder

last want Ne wYork city's foreign populationis cible," "the distributer of crowns to Apply for plans, estimates
the heroes seated on the thrones,"
led by Germans, with about 325- and specifications.Office .
and "the shadow of God on earth." i
", For SicK Livers 000; Ireland comes next, with about on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing.
270,000; and Russia third, with
Samuel Douglas McEnery Louis
about 165,000. -
iana's senior senator, is nearing his

.a A PURELY VEGETABLE 70th birthday, and, except for de-
In Germany sound-proof building
fective hearing he is hale and
-COMPOUND blocks are made of a mixture of
hearty. He was % educated at the
gypsum with sawdust, coke dust or
United States Naval Academy but T. J. CLEMMONS
CONSTIPATION DYSPEP. as ties. Some chemical skill is re- ,
preferred the life of a planter to that
QUlcuLY LUKCJ ALL MALARIA CHILLS and quired to make the mixture. ,
LivER COMPLAINTS. of a naval officer.
I A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by
i TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- When your back aches it is almost For Fresh Groceries *
Best Friend ;
e jcbutd today may save you a tick spell tomorrow. invariably an indication that some-

thing is wrong with your kidneys. Alexander Benton, who lives on *

CUBED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y., and Best Florida '

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED a break down of the entire sys- says: "Dr.. King's New Discovery is

Mrs.W.A. Whltewell Emory Tex., tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder my best earthly friend. It cured me

writes: "My child had chills and fever Pills afford prompt relief weak kid- of asthma six years ago. It has also Meats at the

for four years. We tried all kind ofmedicines neys, backache, inflammation of the performed a wonderful cure of In-

mine ,and finally an acquaintance used of bladder and all urinary troubles. wife. The first bottle ended the ter-
recommended Herbine. We
'three bottles and the child i* now com Sold by City Pharmacy. rible cough, and this accomplished, .

yfoeiy cured. You have my permission the other symptoms left one by one,

t to pnblua this testimonial, as I cheer- Miguel Nicado, a Filipino studentat until she was perfectly well. "Dr West End Market.Phone .
rally recommend Herbine to all mother (
having children afflicted*s mine." Illinois State Normal School, Is King's New Discovery's power over ...

[Ul i BO mi, 50c GET THE OEHU1HEIUURD the prize student orator of the state, coughs and colds is simply marveloUS. r

and is going to represent Illinois in ." No other remedy has ever
4 169. Fr Delivery.
CO.ST. e
SNOW LINIMENT a coming debate with Kansas. equaled it. Fully guaranteed by Bar-

LOUIS. U. S. A. clay & Groover druggists.t 50c and

DeWitt's Carbolized. Witch Hazel $1.1)0. Trial bttle free. d-w Live Oak, : : Florida.

1 "" Salve does not merely heal on the surface Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema was
\ i the and intended for the law, but his parentsso -- --- -
' ; It penetrates pores .-- ...._.. ."
M ttwannee. promptly relieves pain, caused by disliked the idea of his studyingart !

, boils, burns, scalds, cuts and skin that he was obliged to rise earlyin Cham:2:1n's .
''9 good for the morning in order to paint. At : :
PfioCL. UTION.Dy'tivea man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to diseases. It is especially t
Imitations. Sold by artist painted a pictureof
Beware of 14 great
tUt'at the fill unexpired term, caused by removal piles. d* 16, excellentone CnHc! Cholera n irrto Renvd' j
City Pharmacy. his sister and at an
atyiection -
of theY from Wards and resignation
of himself
Oa ; ISeyannee Couatyuthft -tot incumbents. Almost every farnJy: has teed J
b4 first Tue8- The temperance people of Putnam of a reliable remedy for coSc or
i Given under my hand and seal to make another de- aSsd uo panupuo0)KILLTHECOUCH:: diarrhea the
190TH at the county are going -jq3ia at some time during |
tnd In manner andy the %1st. day of March. \. D. 1907. termined effort to place that countyin |
law, the fo1ol (Seal) II. E. BROOM, the dry column. A meeting of the remedy is recommended \ t

:Ypfficers said I Mayor City of Live pak, citizens of Palatka and of the county by dealers: who have sold it for I 4

1 be Tatp for and elect, Suwannee County Florida Las been called for :Monday, May 13, many years and know its value. -fIt
4ayQr. Attest courthouse. AND CURE THE LUNGS has received thousands cf ;
VIerk.Treasurer. : at 11 a. m., in the county
; i by Lame person S P. MAYS Clerk. for the purpose' planning a cam- I testimonials from grateful people. .

f s a Marshal and; Live Oak. Florida paign and electing the necessary com- WITH Dr. King'sNew It has been prescribed; by phy-

x filled by same peril mitteesFernandina's. sicians with the most satisfactory
results.It .
ra a1rom as from Ward +t HfiiH- .+I'IIJJIJ'II"" lumber shipments for Discovery I has often saved life before.

Ward No. CIIAS. I medicine could have been foe
*5sl 1 DR. E. TAYlQf totalled 10,253- sent:
Ward the month of April
No. 2; et.
physician summoned. .
or a
Wart. No, 4; 390 feet. The phosphate shipments C8SS18 trial Botlle free It Can
only costs a quartet
.card ho5= ans I VETERINARY, j j were 14.685 tons; turpentine barrels.612- AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES. afford to risk so much for so
:310 gallons; rosin 127.959 little?
Large; Solicits your patronageOfficeat GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY BUY IT NOW
of foreign exportswas
to fill ex- residence-Phone (3 rings) 143 ;:t The total value OB MONEY BEPUNDED.

dee, Alder- tllll.llltitllllllll.llll. 1144417.
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Frees Mailing LAW Repealed.The .
Additional Locals. Jf ] ,.
i 'most notable effort'ever madein #;

1 J. G. Kent and wife went to Midi- ', this country perhaps, to stifle the .
-- -
son today called' there by the serIous 'press has just passed Into its final i- ... __ Ti
illness of Mrs. Kent's mother phase of failure and now belongs tit'

irs J. Williams..' the curio department of history. Red RocK Ginger, Ale

t On May 1 the bill repealing the : :

B- W. 'Helrenston is in receipt of j I celebrated Pennypacker press-muz- s' 4

a check?for $1,000 for Mrs. Colson j' zling law was signed by the gover- Is the Real ArticleAn

of Lafayette county, in payment of a I nor and became immediately effective

1: Xew York life insurance policy held I If in the future any man thinks

by her husband, who recently commUted I that the remedy for such evils as may inferior, weak, flat Imitation ginger t

suicide a full account of { be in evidence at the time is to throt- ale will cause indigestion and constipa ;

which appeared in the Democrat at f tieor attempt to throttle-the Pars oe tion-ddeatingthevery for which

the time. i i press of the country he should turn '' '"OSR RED ROCK GINGER. ALE has become

? I to this interesting chapter of Penn- famous.

-Kidney complaint kills more people sylvania's history and study it atten- Ii i ''I I I .
than any ether disease. This: is due '! tively. dr The values f Purity and Quality cannot

f, to the disease being so insidious that I Ir Pennypacker was never a strong i ,, l.j# be to goy urge& Get RED ROCK. .
< A REAL which stands out '
it ge tsa good hold on the system before :man. His intellectual limitationswere j k- j, all other brands-foreign and domestics the acme

|f4 It is recognized. Foley's Kidney I Ir painfuL He was, as one of his of perfection in combining purity, quality and
Cure will prevent the develop-I critics frequently put it, an "antiqua ,& I health giving results.

i_, ment of fatal disease if taken in time. ry." He knew more about what was
I. I F' Sold everywhere. mod small
City PI arma y. d-w going on in the pioneer period of .
ITT:fti a gliirt frrrm tmttlm.
t -- I America than of what was being done ;fN

l -Mrs. S. Joyce 180 Sullivan St.?, under his very nose at the capital.A N ; r THE RED ROCK CO.
i Clare mount, N. H.. writes: "About I I If corrupt gang as it afterwards 'developed -
a year ago I bought two bottles of was stealing nine million (I .' Jacksonville Florida. _

Foley's Kidney Cure. IJ cured'Die of I' dollars from the state on the building

!; a severe case of Kidney trouble of of tte sate capitol, and it is the char-
ft several years' standing, It certainly itable view to say that 1'ennypacker --

is a grand, good medicine. and II j jieartily knew netting about it.
t recomend it." City Phar-1; When his limitations were commented

.; luacy. d-w upon, chiefly by The North ,I

'. I American, the old antiquary foamedat :(
.' As the time for convening of circuit : the mouth and vowed vengeance.His .-, =--
I I I 1I1I III I I'll [ '
The Drouth in Cuba. I
court approaches, lawyers are I critics became still more alarmed : :iiiiIII
getting busy and the sheriff and deputies for the safety of the state under The drouth of this year, throughout -
are kept on.the Jump, arranging his administration when he declared Florida, has been of almost un I

preliminaries. Several important that "Boss" Quay was a greater man I paralleled severity. Yet it seems .4

cases are tQ be tried, and no doubt ;(, than Clay or Webster and that there from an item published, in the LOuis- To Contractors and Builders:.

i many indictments will be found :, were, no evils in the state to complainof. iana Planter that.our neighbors, on i tK _

against parties who are not now, under I[ They spoke out in good plain I the island of, Cuba, ,have suffered as j i THE LIVE OAK BR & SUPPLY CO. s.
arrest. The Jail is well filled |I:terms, and Pennypacker foamed and much or more than we have. ,
and of course these cases will be first ; fumed all the more. The drouth in Cuba is said to be :::: '

considered. There are three murder !I He finally Induced the legislatureto I the worst' that: has ever been exper-I j will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Buildbga

cases that.will be stubbornly fought pass a bill which theoretically limited ienced in that fair island at any time I Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick: 1I

and the coming court promises to ,the privilege of the press. During during the last sixty years. The ex- I
be a highly interesting one. the discussion of it. and in the pectations of some of ,the sanguine OUR SPECIALY: Sand Lime Brick. Ask for *
i very heat of the campaign he was planters of an immensely large final ':

Dr. Pasco returned home last night. perhaps the most vigorously lam I i output of sugar are now stated to be I II' I The Live 1 Brick & Supply CESOUTHERN

During his absence he attended the i j pooned defiance In the United blasted. The oldest inhabitants ai-I

East Cost District Conference at Key II! States. The of him and his I' lege that the year,.IB: .4 4 was the .

West -Torty delegates and visitors I) muzzle was bold and unsleeping. The drougb known off up,to that time and : ,,

\ left Miami by steamer.for the Island poor old antiquary fairly writhed. I they believe that this drougth sur- i :;
City on Wednesday night :May 1st. I i During the entire time that the uses that. A special feature of this I Ii -

The trip was, ,an ideal one as the i law was on the statute books the i drouth IP that It practically reachesover MM" HMM MM M
ocean was smooth. The Doctor press went on In even tenor of its the entire island of Cuba and iscot

preached while In Key West, return- I way printing what it pleased and confined to any one district and

ing to Miami on Saturday and officiating employing the most gifted cartoonists tot confined alone to_the sugar sec- BUSINESS 0III

there on Sunday morning.All in the country. It was a living 'ion. The tOba Aso ,district is suffering -

that section of the state is suffer- I visible Illustration of the attitude of also, as are also< the lands devoted -
the public towards such restrictionsof to minor cultures. and
ing from a eve drought as there to pastur- _
has been no rain: for months. j. the press as Pennypacker had sge Wells are _going dry.:.. It is impossible -
.sought to impose, and a vindication of to plant l canes, owing to the
the liberty of the press which Milton dry condition of the soil. Cattle are
THE TEXAS TOBXAUO. bad fought for and the AngloSaxonworld said to be dying of hunger and' of

: had long since demanded and thirst: At some jXints the cattle

1; Heavy Damage and Loss of Life is received. Restriction was as archaicas have to be driven,long distances from

Reported. out of keeping with the spirit of the pastures for water. Milk is grow-

:the times, as all other ideas for which ing scarce, and poultry and eggs are E
Mount Pleasant, Texas, May 7.- '
I Pennypacker had stood. enhancing in value because of their
and los sof life
Heavy damage was
He went out of office on the first scarcity. The final effect, upon the ,
wrought by a torando which swept of the year. In the meantime the sugar crop is difficult to estimate. a

North Texas late yesterday. The i notorious graft, particularly in con- The dry weather is favorable to the >

.: towns of Riding Away and Birth I nection with the thirteen million dollar delivery of the cane crop, but now SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ,Right 40 miles west of here are
capitol, became a stench in the ,_.e sugar planters themselves ire iblifc
reported practically destroyed. All nostrils of the state and the former praying for rains.-Florida. Agriculturalist I. ,
telegraphic and telephonic communication had to bear the brunt of i
governor For the, SCHOLU
next three months a FOUR MONTHS'
::.. is suspend 4 and details are much of it. Whether he had guilty *?
lacking. Nine people are reported It rwm; be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only $00. .
knowledge, or criminally ignorant
{med in the two villages and vicinity made but little difference. He ORDINANCE; XO 58. Special coursts in all Departments have been 16 mnp4:JI wet
An ordinance! amending Section student 'this offer fini-h within the &s5 t
Great damage is reported at Caney, entering on special can
stepped down and out by H> dt
followed Three of Ordinance No. 11, be- .
scholarship.This .
>'. a negro settlement and loss of life the mingled pity and derision of the ing entitled "An ordinance fixing the I 310ti
may have occurred there. people.It sa'ar'to b1? received by the officers is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss,,

Birth Right, a town of five hun- was only natural that with him of the City of Live Oak Florida," ap- Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with 111- t
oroved October 6,
dred inhabitants is reported to have should pass the antiquated law for Be It Ordered by 1903.the Mayor and I; help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yoa a U

.' been completely destroyed.The which he was responsible, and the leg- City Council of the City of Live Oak. a
tornado appeared in the islature hastened to repeal it It has Florida: WRITE FOR CATALOG. as

west late yesterday and south-j just been signed-this repeal meas- Section 1. That Section Three (3) toot4
of Ordinance :;o. 11 of the City of
terrific rate of speed
almost everything in its path. Houses I ure-and have now the restraints on the the Live Oak Florida, being an ordin- f SOUTHERN BUSINESS CO tUi
'I press no more place upon ance entitled "An ordinance fixing
were razed to the ground and many '
statute books than
they had in fact the salary to be received by the officers .
people sought the shelter of storm before. cf the City of Live OOk FlorIda tt

cellars. Several persons were injured It has scarcely created a ripple on ," approved October 6, 1903 band LIVE OAK, FLORIDA area
by flying debris. Crops are the same is hereby amended so -
the surface to abandon a law which
fences as to read as follows: tt I. M.ftrtTTON President G. S. STEPH
badly damaged and destrojed: was never taken seriously except by (Section 3.) The City Marshal 5-
Only four buildings are standing its author and which only served to shall receive a salary of sixty-five ti
Birth ***++***.n I II I n V'li IUii i-i i i I i
today in the little town of make him ridicuolous But it has Dollars per month as City :Marshaland 11 i IBOTrLED i

Right, Texas as a result of the tornado I| served to teach a lesson after all. t>-e sum of Ten Dollars per ent
I month a* Sanitary Inspector. of the
which the north-
swept through
It has shown the folly and futility of Citv of Live Oak. Florida. aft
ern portion of this state late yester- attempting to inject sixteenth century Section II. That this Ordinanceto ,

day. The courthouses, postoffice and ideas into the twentieth century.It take effect immediately upon Its de
every business house in the city weredestro'ed will be a long time no doubt passage, and approval by the Mayor. jCoa'I.UU
well,, resi- Passed by the City Council this
as as numerous )
before another attempt is made to do 22nd day of April, A. D. 1907.
dences and barns. As far as can be kekr.
anything so foolish as Pennypacker CHAS. H. BROWN.
ascertained only three persons lost I attempted, but whenever anybody Attest: Pres. City Council. ec. ,
their lives and several were seriously i t i feels the desire to revert to outworn S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.L .
Injured. S. P Mays. City Clerk of the e9reto
methods in this
progressive and enlightened -
City of Live Oak. Florida, do ber< -
The dead: Roy McFall grandchildof I
age, they can draw a profitable Vr certify that the above and fore- Proves
B. F. Stevens, Crawford Martin. I lesson by consulting the history : "ong Ordinance No ?8 was regularly Big Help For Tired Housewives

McFall took refuge in the school I of the press-muzzling measure I rar-ed by the City Council on the9nd Shot

house, but ran out when that .building fathered by 'Pennypacker, of Pennsylvania day of April, 1907, and the There is bound to come a time through a TOS&B.
same Is
began to crumble and was struck hereby certified to the ,endless
and now discarded forever. Vamr for his approval. when over-worked energiesttI
by flying debris sustaining injuries to continue e
-Atlanta Journal. Witness my hand and seal of said the heavy strain.
which proved fatal.B. I City. this April 22, 1907. Coca-Cola solves this important problem fj
F. Stevenson his wife and I (Seal) S. P. MAYS, clears the throat of flying dust, invigorates >'% ** to
daughter ""were badly hurt and his I Judge Stewart has several hundred City Clerk. sustains the strength. Bottled Coca-Cola is i i- -
grandchild killed when their home boxes of grapefruit to market yet. He Examined" and approved by me this right, IS RIGHT Sten'lized bottles filled by s "
I' 23rd day of April 1907 mean the proportions Look tor u" ,
was blown away. Crawford Martin is still bringing in oranges from his M. E. BROOME. :Mayor. are always correct.

was,, hurled about 100 yeards when I tammock groves for the DeLand

his tou: e collapsed and was so badly markets. They are a late variety, andas Subscribe for the Daily Democrat! itof

hurt that he died last night firm and sound as the early varie-

ties are In November.-DeLand Rec !OLmIlOmAND1'A' ;.

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