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 9, 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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-. palm Beach .County ( r5f'rRf, : -. Coroner's Jury Brought In Verdict
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of Murder-Mrs.. Newcomb Has
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'fa' ,the Senate- -
Many Jacksonville Friends
t Legislation '

,':-.Hay***-By an overttte Times-Union Bureau. Miami. May

( 4' to 15, the house of L i' 8.--George G. Newcomb was shot and

?-e3 yesterday afternoon instantly killed at West Palm Beachat
) Beard amendment which A..1- cP 2:30 o'clock this afternoon by

.teaate almost unanimous- Thomas W. Troy a lumber dealer in

-...ta* earlier part of the South America. Troy- was bound for

,.iId1' provided for limiting New York having just been put

.:in this state to whites ashore from the steamer Cecella. The

;over the age of 21 3J 2 rrr4 shooting took place in Zapf's saloon. -

Troy was sitting in the poolroom,
amendment had been
I when Newcomb came in and' some
I.rd r fpr three o'clock words passed, when Troy shot five
"afternon. and Tuesday' times, some of the balls taking effect -
ttor Beard in accordance / and Newcomb fell to the floor.
S ntioa' adopted by the! f Dr. Hod was called, but could not

wed the members and I : render any assistance to the sufferer.
,t ia the representative hall : Peputy Martin arrested Troy. An

t tie amendment and its obj -] a : inquest was held, and a verdict of = !
to test the validity I -C-. ; :: \ : Li' ,: murder was rendered =

: tarteenta and fifteenth I : Deputies Martin and Barfield left
i to the, constitution of I ; at 4:30 p. m. with the prisoner for

.I gates, 'the first of which I : I- ; % ;: :-,t.: ; Miami, arriving here early in the
DShfp upon the negro, I evening.
_d gives him the right.i. O .; Newcomb's father was in Palatkaat

It is the contention of -- the time of the killing. His wife
I tad Ms friends in this and child were at Reveria.Newcomb's .

( these, two amendmentsconstitution man in' Washington Stir .body-i.. being preparedfor
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adopted I burial by Huffstleter's. There Is
.!'flea eleven of the sout.h-I considerable excitement:In the city*

vet wtthant Troy wired his brother Daniel W.
. re-ef re-1 vised the house against taking any MURDER, CHARGED TO TWO. )fE. Funeral of Mr. H. F. Dexter. Troy, No. 60 Wall street New York, _
i action which would be liable to bring : ,7- > that he was In jail for killing a man

i.the states, were not I about. the passage of another "force Crime Committed t. ""More "' Than One 'A large concourSe of friends gath- and asked him to come and help him. :f
twbferalty with the pro. bill with the control of the elections > Year Ago.-Dete-etJv! Make ered at the residence of our late fellow Troy was a stranger at West Palm,

,the eeastUntJon. for Its by the federal government, and Arrest townsman;Mr. Horace F. Dexter Beach '."..

t.:..tad therefore are I placjng the polls in the hands of yesterday at 3:30 p. m., to attend'the Newcomb was a very.popular young
'Phis was the baa$ of United States soldiers. Mr. MacWilUams Pensacola Fla.;May" 8.-Although funeral service. \ man with classes His wife was

r? .smeadmeat:, of St. John, argued against ",:year has.,elapsed, tne entire Acker; ? At the appointed. hour the ',family Miss Agnes Sligh, who has a large -
proposed" amendment the amendment ..froIllegal standpoint :- man family composed.of hnsbamTand"wife .and.the.immediate relatives gathered Jacksonville. *- 55T

.1.almost unanimously by holding that as numerous cases and seven children1 were murdered in the front parlor'where' the. body '.' '
generally considered had been decided by the supreme and then 'burned In Santa Rosa lay in a casket which was almost FIRE. AT 'MANATEE.Fair -

'$ reason theretDe"eonservative" court would not now, after enforcingthem aeunty, near ere, detectives have At hidden by the; beautiful flowers. placed t.

body for forty years declare them last procured information which Mon 'upon it by loving friends. Oaks Plantation *nd. Packlag 4
its invalid. After Lour day caused the arrest of two Mrs. J. C Baisden "Consolation
_!< adoption by the an and thirty men played Honse Destroyed. '. -
,i wared. But as timeeeattment minutes argument, the resolution Joe Stanley and William C. Smith, ," while the relatives were being '
:, in favor of was put upon its final passage and who are charged' with having com- .seated and the choir then sang Manatee. May 8.-The fine residence -

,it.underwent'a change, lost, yeas 15, nays 48. Under the mitted the attrocious crime. ''Nearer Still Nearer." in the fi.mous. Fair Oaks

[.kt, molntlon was called state constitution, a three-fifths vote 'Stanley 'was arrested in Geneva Rev. H. Dutill read the first partof plantation, also a large packing bouSe'was r

r afternoon for final pasieatl of each house is required to submit Ala., while Smith was found at Gonzalez -i the burial service; Dr. Pasco fol- destroyed by fire Monday after- ,

vas assured. Not. all amendment, and 3 8 votes there- and brought through-here Mon! lowed with the concluding part and noon.
'this, iir. Beard's col- fore out of the total of 63 would have day by officers en route tb Milton., the I II made some appropriate 'remarks. He Loss. .110,000, insured for' $5,000; _

f*; the house llr. Reese cf been required to carry the resolution,'I county site of Santa Rosa. read the hymn "Never Alone," I cause of fire unknown. It was start '

Ij I .' .Wttertook the offensive 23 more than it received. By a coincidence :, When it was discovered that the which was then sung by special request ed somewhere in the hammock that

: u4. MPftt.coiucaimrca, ii I' not I this difference is exactlythe house, in which the Ackerman family << of the deceased who duringhis surrounds the 'place; the wind was -

ttthusla n that U accent- same as the. vote the resolution resided had been burned, an investigation -" long. suffering had realized that blowing almost a gale; everything'' is

PfieerUiaty of winning. Mr, received in the senate, so without II ensued and while It was at the promise of. the Savior had been as dry as tinder; have-had but'one

mat thoroughly into the his- I meaning to be disrespectful: upon a t!,I first thought that the entire family fulfilled.. "I will never leave thee nor little rain in seven months

f* last two amendments to I series, subject It was "23" for the : had become suffocated and thus una- forsake thee."

constitution, and read I resolution in both branches of the I!ble to leave the burning building. It Rev. ,H Dutill led in prayer. During INFERNAL MACHINE.

Bredd Scott decision to legislature, but with a different signi i was later discovered that several of the singing which followed, those .
legal stains of the negro fication. :the older members, particularly the who wished were given an opport- Mrs McCarty Injured and House

adoption of the anti- The house was the center of Inter- father, wife and older son had been unity to take a last look at the face Wrecked.

faeau. showing conAat est in the afternoon, the senate not I struck on the head, the skulls being that was so familiar to us all, then Atlanta, May 8.-Mrs. Julia :Mc-

but for being a freeman holding an afternoon session, but in I crushed. It was also found that the the sad procession was formed and Carty was tonight seriously injuredand
o1 tke would father had risen from the bed and proceeded to the cemetery.
egra be the the morning the senate had defore her residence at 447 Georgia
if the fourteenth and |I it the most important measure of the f had evidently seized his shot gun to The officiating ministers read the avenue was wrecked by an(infernal

Idment are not valid, day, the creation of Palm Beach 'fight for the lives of his family, as the service appointed by the church, so' machine contained in a package

is drawn between county out of the present county of I gun was found lying near his charred full of hope and cheer to those who I which she was attempting to open. ,'

Esdmentt and the thir- Dade, the proposed new county to I body, with one hand resting upon it. believe that them that sleep in I The package, which was addressedto

** tie southern states consist of the north half of Dade, The jury could not fix the blame on Jesus, are resting in His loving arms her daughter, Miss Kate McCarty,

ZJitt Congress ot with Palm Beach as the county site. on any one, and shortly afterwardsboth and the choir sweetly sang was brought to the house by a messenger

fa 4nrtag the time,In The bill was introduced by Senator Stanley and Smith left that "Lead, kindly light amid the un- boy while' the young woman

teenth amendment was Hudson, of the district composed of county. Rewards amounting to near certain gloom, was absent and her mother attemptedto

tmot now complain of Dade St. Lucie and Brevard counties ly $2,500 were offered and detectives Lead thou me on." open It. The police believe the Infernal -

ty fc Its adoption, and although a resident of Miami were induced to work up the case, t We left him in his peaceful rest- machine was sent by a jilted

amendments were where the opposition to the I ard'while it required a year to do so, ing place while we said In our hearts: lover, whom they are now looking

Ike *tr was over, and county division is centered, Mr. tl.ey now claim that they have strong, "Thou God of love, beneath thy for. Three young children in the

bathera states were un- Hudson had the courage of his con-I information against the two men. sheltering care house with Mrs. McCarty, escaped
5ttTed of their We leave our holy dead, to rest injury.
representa- victions, and made a strong argu-
Mr. Calkins of ment in behalf of his constitutentsin mUted to the people of the county in peace."
DuPont The pall bearers were: D. G.: Bar-
of S affected, and Mr. Buckman opposedall
+ Johns, the proposed; new county He declared LEGISLATURE BUSY.
t& favor din,. S. A. Hinely F. L. Reese. H. M.
5- t the amend- that of the people in this proposed county division at the present
alas, Wood, C. H. Brinson, W. J. Hillman,
holding acount of the apportionment
-. that the county, 90 per cent, desired the time, on A Number of Important Bills Acted
J. B. Evans, S. B. Conner. Z. T. .*
to lose The senate however, pass-
ssa apart change,. while the remainder of the problem. Upon Today.
fi0onsreM! la county'was about equally divided between ed the bill, 20 to 11, thus indicating Hines, H. H. Hair, H. A. Blackburn,
NfiiUi tke clearly that they desire to dispose of J. M. Barclay, and G. Potsdamer, Tallahassee, May 9.-The senate
negro. vote. those who were opposed to it,
SJ W t d that the various county division measureson funeral; director this morning killed the Buckman
the those who did not care and those
B be : I not general Mr. Dexter had spent his life constitutional convention resolution.The .
mitted merits, and on .
to the who favored It. "Even if this were their .
|*lT7 tha:polls. I principles not applicable to specific among us,and was prominent in business bill to reduce the salary of
of not sohe, said, "the legislature I
S2> Urlon.ledthe should give these people what they I cases Mr. Watson, of DadewlUop- circles being universally recognized state's attorneys was also defeated.In .

*H Jttf ent.expre8. rightfully ask for. It woud be no I pose the bill In the house, and a as a man of upright char- the house this morning the bill
the tt there is anticipated. The acter and. of sterling integrity. He Introduced at the Instigation of. the
i.tarSLatdTerw excuse to do Tom Jones an Injustice : warm scrap
city and county was a faithful member of the Methodist state board of health was lost by a
de- because John Smith and Will Brown : senate committee
listened for two hours church and on his death bed vote of 42 to 14.
of the wanted us to." Senator Sams, who i organization
f i J > hapless afternoon the arguments gave abundant testimony to the reality The Faulkner amendment relatingto
and will .have a division fight on his hands i j. .terday
rca' the PlneHas .county. ,0 t a Christian. experience.He the support of negro schools by
IIeedless from Volusia county, if the house for and against
: thehouse, but s er.ed'uch, but bore it all taxes 'collected from negroes only
'81 ei Citrus, passes, the Patkinson bill>> went: :on. i bill, which passed '
.S reached nd decision as to their. re- with' patience until God called him will come up this afternon and will,
record as opposing any count. division '
<> and ad- measure, that had not been, "sub--:i commendations to the senate. and like a tired'child; :. he fell asleep. in all probability be killed.


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The "'best line of Crockery in this Section i for the Full or Modest Pocketbook. .



\ We take pleasure in serving you in any capacity that and
.w we can, will always give you "the glad hand" in
lour store whether you come to buy or to look.




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a Disease Breeders.
i are filth carriers give 1m- In Your Laundry Workwe

'Of untidy housekeeping S.3BOWN. F.E.TOYasoBRO'VN r
i disease bearers. YES M
leapt are the pests

[places." "That's One of Our Lines'Notions ' with wire netting. PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS,
;remove all horse manure
r u Its accumulates or daily LIVE
e ft with llm. which will kill r

(err) ,of the(fly and pre- Shirts, Hose, Underwear. DR. J. W. WEST
r.emlc. Ladies and Gents Furnishings. Wed

> lies of typhoid fever represent Watts Bros. Co., Lynch- Physician and Surgeon.

ei undoubtedly propagate burg, Va., Success Lines. Successful -' Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.

o beep proven beyond all merchants should have Success Residency at Ethel HoteL

,1ht.1Ues can get their feet goods in stock. One of salesmen Phone. Offie .No.168.
wiled with will show Residence.No.23 or 168.
fever the discharges gladly you the full line of I Drug Store(Barclay&Groover No-16.
patients and patients
eri And then feel sure we can give you the
by,coming in Success Goods
TtU i toed such 'as water., M.E.. BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There Is an
I>beats,'they win Infect these added stiffness and a glorious gloss
lid Introduce Into' put upon our work: that enhances the
,.'.tbe. of' these the humangerm Success Shirts will surely sell ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of

.WM entrance principally diseases. Success Underwear just do well, LIVE OAK._: FLORIDA.. 'J JWO your linen Bring your Shirts Collars i

the mouth and finds fruitful Success Hose and Success Ties !practice in all the courts of the State. Spec ([ Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
1&> tai Intestinal iaJ attention given to Conveyance. Collection. j( Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our
canal. Successful men and women get wise. of Renta.. Etc. All business promptly attendedto. .
Ut also i Laundry and you will have them
"; fy fond of feeding on Watch for abit foot next week. NOTABY PUBLIC STAYS AT L tzcs. i I quickly+ and carefuly done in a satisfactory
may contain
'heilU. ] manner at a satisfactoryI

=t Prneut.? of from homes.t breeding. Therefore and keep pre-. Live! Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.I L M. DIXON, rice..

Sles meats fruits and 1 Live Oak Steam
these tom becoming fly blown.1' DENTIST. I Laundry:
articles -- -
of food should ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : Barnes PHONE 139.
for sale i name Is also unknown and that she I
4 neept in wire- WORK. : SPECIALTIES.
cares. An meat. vegetable j:'gaTe birth to the child as a result. I KILL.THE COUCH !

markets mould be wirer The child was seven months old be- AND CURE THE LUMPSDr.'King's
r .keep out tiles. fore the wife made the confession re-
4 JOsgpj T. PORTER. ferred to. The baby is said to have
- 'State Health Officer" been given to the negro against whom' WITH Practical FOLEY'S
:---- the charge is made. As above stated I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 1
the names of the principals of the
slb. New Discovery 35 year's experience
ete case suit are not known, but they are
understood to have for a long time PRICE Good stock of Watches always on hand
to.1oe&1 i meer.. among been FOR oucHS : \ g ioa I HONEY AND TARThe
IU1ta recently highly respected in Ybor City. OLDS .F" .
"tae' The of a deYidedly SATtSFAfrr0B: CITY BARBER SHOP.We .
eoa Dames of OK MONEY BDU'BDJCD. original
o" cht e4 ue not known. Wealthy Merchant-"What, you have opened up a barber shop

CITeD,about-according here again! Why I kicked you into on Ohio avenue in the White building LAXATIVE cough remedy.
'lee fa reason of the the street this morning" and solicit the patronage of the

.I pre birth the ease several I Peddler-"Ish dot so! Vat a white people. Shop Is newly fitted I For coughs, colds throat and Inn
ae to'baby that splendid memory! I had forgotten WALL PAPERWhen up and everything kept neat and I troubles. No opiate*. Non-alcoholic.?
t d blood In its all about it. Don't yon vant to buya clean. Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
bad an luesUth fedder duster before you kick: me The genuineFOLCVS
,nsylung In out some more!" McQueen & Griffin HONEY And TAR bill
," e,2";.ltatezneni,to the in need of nice wall paper o %Yellow package. Refusesnbatitatea.Prepared .
bj' naoaths ago she call on H. H. PETTY, at only by
a aeno. whose t ?OI CINa' A Foley A CompanyChIQagoe
Dally De-moera&-1Oc
i Cures Vrs ra.r } weumec.. City PharmacY]|


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OAK. Alir DEMOCRAT. THCBSBAY;.)I.o\r 11R ...,.. .,',

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Perhaps the most 'emphatic denial ;

Published every Afternoon that President Roosevelt will not alpw. -

Except ,Sunday. | the use..,9f his""It. tMrd DQ-WL1NG

term. candidate has'Jtst :teen made. *
J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g'r. A telegram to The Chicago "Tri

ntd; at th-postomce. Lire Oak bune from Washington says thata MAT 00. VP''il.' TKE SU.

Florida. as Second Class Mall Matter -I statement will soon be issued by

= November ?. 1905. the president- In which he will makeit /Mineral Springs

clear that he positively will
1HB LIYE Oil PUBLISHING COKPAST. be candidate and will adhere .

absolutely to the statement given out PriOKC t NNECTIONS.-wgu: QlJIPPED

5 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT' will b e on the night of his election In 1904. RATES e'UIVABLEi
mailed to part of the United L ctt .
any can
There be no doubt that The

States postage prepair. for $5.00 Tribune ,aside from its DOWSING
Chicago general
per year =2.50 for six months; : ADOREs PARK HOTEL

$1.25 for three months, or 50 cents reliability as a newspaper has

'for fire weeks In adranee. DeLivered -' been very decidedly in the confidenceof

to any part of the city by, the president who on more than were a help the only trouble with taries..

I carrier for 10 cents per week. one occasion has given that paper exclusive them being their capacity. They all the

information combined are not 1arze'enoqh to

I j jGo..el1lor It Is fairly certain therefore that i louse one-fifth-Of' 1he"crQp. aftd we of th
Broward has sent a:
the president will soon issue this definite I hop. to see a movement set on foot The

special message to legislature, sad final statement declining by the farmers,o>,this t urging the passage of a new game law.
to permit the use of his name as a early date to build additions to -.the
third term candidate. In the semiofficial !warehouses and make ,them large ing
The Florida pardoning board can. ,
P statement which has just been enough to least.three-fourths as
It seems be depended, pon to do the
1 given. out it_is stated that the president -;of this county's crop: If'necessary: A here.
wrong thing about as often 'as any of j
j jNow' I regards the substance rather, little help from each cotton power every
the State boards.
c than the form of the unwritten law alc.Dg.th1a. line would be a fine In- here.
; ;
that a president shall not have but Testme fered
that 'a? baseball umpire has : .'
two terms and while _but one of .1 along
p.- been mobbed In Havana, it can truly I
these has been by the vote, of'the Opposed to Doing Away With, theOffice I
be said that American rule fn Cuba
people he realizes that in point of of County Treasurer. they
Is being religiously observed.An I .i
fact he has had two terms alreadyor time
,i Mr. Editor Democrat-Please allow -
:: will have had when the present '
exchange says: -It' depends a : me space for a few thoughts. I:
term expires-and that It would be a t' The
{ great deal, on the size ot: a 'man'st a mnot a statesman: by any means.!
mere quibble to, claim that he had and
baak balance whether his ailment Is I but when I look in a man's face. I can
only,one term. I
coot or Jnst Ordinary rheumatism [tell whether he has a nose on it or
Even in the case of General Grant small
not. .
there had been Interval of four 1
Tie Ch1 agosars: "Insanity I|I I see in the papers that Mr. Matthews -
years between the two terms he served -!
experts testified that a Boston man |i of Marion is still ,doing his
as president and the effort to 1
i had no Idea where all his money best to abolish the office gl county
name him for a third term. But this was
went Having employed experts the [treasurer and I. for one, can't see
was no reason in the eyes of his own I I I tables
man probably did not know himself. any benefit it would be to the taxi
party why the precedent established 4
i i,payer for this office to be abolishedand
by"the first president of the republic been
The'Democrat learned, yesterday put in the colector's hands for
should be overthrown and the same 'I' ber
from a reliable source that work the collector would not perform the
I sentiment is very strong today.<< I people
would commence within,a short time duties of said office without pay,.and '
Mr. Roosevelt's more direct and J
upon the new union passenger depot. i I believe that some personal matter
extensive announcement will be :
The building Is to cost In the neighborhood : awaited with t j I i with Mr. Matthews' .or some of his
great interest.-Atlanta The
of 12000. friends to coetrol the public moneys

Journal. I in Marion county; Is' at the bottomof

I After July 1. any 10 cents' worthof + this move for it will take two the
The Publishers Press says: "A are
postage stamps In addition to.the men in nearly every county in this
newspaper is in no sense a child of than
regular postage, will insure special state to,attend to the duties of both.
charity. It earns over dollarit ern
delivery ,Improvement in the post every of these offices,..therefore ,if .It is
receives and It is second to no enterprise fall In
office-department is welcomed by a placed in the hands. of the collector.

large ,circle of 80,000,000 people. la contributing to the up-!1 he will be compelled to have'another, ,
building of a comunity Its patrons "every
'H. man to helphim... Further more it
reap far more benefits from Its
pages many
The pay of school teachers hare is contrary to all business rules and
than its publishers and in calling
recently, been increased In New York safety to place the responsibility, of part :
for the suport of the community In I and
and Pennsylvania so that their salary both of these offices In the hands of pleasant.'W
which It is published it asks for no unltl :
tr lsvnot much less than that of the day one man which the law says can't be
more than in all fairness belongs to
'does' '
the :
laborer. It seem to us that made to giVe more than a thirty'
it. though generally It receives less
of teachers should be Increasedin
salary thousand < every state: Florida not Patronize and help your paper as you : our.' '
: excepted.J the state. This is contrary to
would any other enterprise because it from _
time custom and every country under.
helps and not act off
you as an
Hart a Key West convict
W. charity." Heaven has a treasure.

released by the State Board o Ij j I|I and every business and religious most

Pardons two weeks ago Is, as Is.usual and secret order, in exist
Jamestown now has the of
with those turned loose condi eyes very
enlce has a treasurer separate and I
the whole world will have ,
or as soon six to
tionally.trouble,again. This time,
apart to attend to that p'art of the
as the Florida
however.. It Is at Savannah Ga.,. legislature adjourns business and it will be just as wages
and this reminds that it at
us was
where he is held
tor grand larceny. reasonable to make away with the ;
Jamestown that Immediate
or vicinity
As a judge of human nature our state treasurer and put the duties of The !
board ; that the first real wide-a-wake South
pardoning Is not composed of that office in the hands'of the comb,
realestate firm
started Into business. !
experts,-Jacksonville.Metropolis.A ptroller as it is to place the duties
Years and years ago that section was Is
of the county treasurer in the, collec my
advertised as "a country whose pur to
young man with a. practical tor's hands. If Mr. Matthews' resolution
springs and wanton rivers every
knowledge In his bead, skill In phi s where ,kiss the soil into a perpetualverdure should pass and be .ratified, it

hands and health'In his body Is his' would take some time for the legislature :
and an unwearied fertility
own letter reference.*' Mtx him 'u p and where "the natural beauties are to change and pass' other laws SEA ,

with sixty millions of others and yon that would be safe for the tax pay
Of so delectable an aspect that the
will find him again as he,will .bare I melancholies eye in the world cannot ers with theresponsibilityof both of

a habit of being on top. Throw him look upon it without contentment ,. these offices in one man's hands and '

naked into a desert island and he I nor content itself without ad I, for one, believe In the old and safe 1 {

will be at the head of something. He miration." plan and say keep the county treasurer -

does not go whining over the land I as long as you keep the state plus

'... blaming fortune and saying he has no '''treasurer. Respectfuly. i
In his journal The Commoner. Mr. .
chance but out and does
goes something G. B. LORD.
Bryan urges the Democrats to accept this
and goesout and dges it again '
Mr William Randolph Hearst, and until
and better.--Quincy Times. I Facts About South Florida.
I his Independence League as allies. (to lea

I I That seems to be one of the things Dear Editor:-May I have space in date ] IF

The Crawfordvllle: (Ga.) Advocate- tbat is the matter with the Democratic
your paper to relate some facts tq the lug :

Democrat a brlght" and Interesting party now. It is suffering froma people of Suwannee about South p

newspaper. Is out this week only I surplus of allies having all sorts Florida. Before coming dower here of :
four pa&es..iu the editor says. explanation of cranky notions, The only presidential last November I had a Very forel gq

: "This week we go into fight that the Democratic Idea as to the appearance of everything The

our summer' size-now kick pay up party has won since the war between in these parts. i would try to the

your subscription and quit if you the states was when it made a picture In my mind how the orange ,
don't like it As soon as the merchants -
: straight fight on Democratic
principles groves the pineries and the country In

feel Is a necessity and I and tacitly told the would-be -i al.large looked but my imagination ::
to advertising, w e will increaseour
allies to chase themselves
go I was no where in line with the general I line
'fclze The size will be Increasedas I i1
Savannah Morning News So far as' appearance of every thing. tures, ;
,business lncreaseAa we have Florida is concerned she is done with On
]j my trip down here I tried to
already said we cannot the paper i Hearst *
jnm and all his allies. Hearst view the country along the railroad I
.on hot.'air/ ,..,., .:(''I I love for the Democracy of the south'*bnt my destination being the' southern -

I was,fully demonstrated in an article extremity of the A C. L., I began ""Our

A few years ago' President Roose- recently published in his magazineand ; to feel as though I was coming too fng

velt addressed Mr. E.,H .Harriman as newspapers No more of Hearst far south especially did I feel. so.

> "My Dear Harriman" He now publicly I for the Democracy of Florida thanky I when I began to cross the desolate I

says that Hr., Harriman Is an I u. r prairie between Punta Gorda and FMyers t.

.1 "undesirable'citizea". .But worse, the i 'I with. ,the only one fellow pas '

president accepted Mr. Harriman's The Democrat believes in the cotton senger on board' v 'But alas It 'was tion

donation of.$50.000<< to the republican warehouse system. The ware quite a revelation to reach'Ft. Myers. mond

'campaign fund. made at the president's houses throughout the south built t This is one of the prettiest little Va.

,personal solicitation and personally and in use last year had their influence towns In South Florida. Almost
every alone
commissioned Mr. Harrimanto and did considerable to force specimen of the floral kingdom f

go out among his friends and swell the price of cotton up to what it Is (;Is to be.seen here A beautiful river

the fund and thus "save the party" I today. Other agencies ot course,, view with docks/aecked with
many to
with bad helped, but without' the warehousesthe .
It comes exceeding grace I, Naptha launches and:; small steam in

now for the t president ,to say that I victory for 'the cotton grower r boats, which gather fruit vegetables

Mr, Harriman;Is an" "undesirable citizen would not have been 'so complete.The and other articles of commerce from ,a on. W

/* -Oeala.Banner. 1 warehouses. in Suwannee county I up the Caloosahachee and, its tribu;1 more ;

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agst7 Gathered- Reporter by the Democrat i

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Queen Quality :
Ultra '
fap thirsty, phone 19 9. 82tgiacj Is now complete. with a full line of

*{ unbrellas at Mrs. Bache's. 3t Ladies and Children's Shoes and Oxfords Pumps and Sandals. i

E. Luke, of Mayo, is In v

t7 today ,j Queen Quality $2.50 to $4.00 Black Cat $1.00
lw J a. Lyle for everything Ultra -' $3.50 and $4.00 i
7-3t Tog .
Brockport $2.50 and 3.00 Dittman's 2.00 +

Special Service t $1.50 and 2.OO Special Service for Children. i

E.w. Smith, of Jacksonville, for Ladies .
|4s tie dty today., F. J. Fox Infants Soft Soles 35e to 60c i

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t;,'N.pearce and son,-of Luraville, Remember we don't handle Men's Shoes, but have a very complete line foi-Ladies, Children and
Ethel today. i
i of.the
Infants. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

.' ea yon have electrical troubles,
;' 1;ci trle. ,Phone 83. 7-3t ; .

,';_W;,,K. Decker, wife and, child T. 'PHONE 159 .
I of the Ethel today.PftJM L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR McCall and Home Journal Ptterns i

I *+4"l-l I Hi I i I I I I I lit I I t I I I 2 I 1..1.1.1 J L t t I I I I I I I 'f I i I I I I I I I. I. I I I - . .. .. .. .. ...............u . _ _ .. .
;IX Whatley, of Rocky Sink, --- - - .u.:.,: .: a.----------- - -0- -_ -0:..:. . . i I I I I I i J I I I t t ' prlceing grits today. Circuit, court convenes next Mon- Mrs. Hawkins went to Jacksonvillethis I I Miss Ida McKinney of Steinhatehee -orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best
day. Seventeen prisoners are. now in morning to have her treat
eyes J arrived here today on a visit lo the for women and children. Its mild
vat to sell tee J. M. Bailey, ed. ,family of her uncle Judge Conner. action and pleasant taste makes it

Mt feensed auctioneer. He sells. preferable to violent
purgatives, suchas
Sheriff Rickerson
went to O'Brien
l'j. i John T. McCollnm of Tampa, r eMake home attractive, comfortableand tablets
pills etc. Get the booklet
lifted'WUtfield: went to Jackson- and Branford on official business to-'turned this morning after a -home. For moderate prices and a sample of Orino at City Pharmacy -

.e,this morning. day. his'brother, Col. O. O. McCollum. we are showing couches center- d-w

1 t I tables, bookcases, hall racks rockers
Harry Humphreys the "news
",E. R.. Wise of Rlxford,. is in town Mrs. ,
l iJ Blackburn was riding on theears McAlpin returned from Ter that are a direct and certain help towards butcher" on the Live Oak Perry &
In today, to attend a meeting of the rell last evening, where she,has been
tufty Houston today. this end. They look well and Gulf, captured a king snake In Taylor
f ft; choice meats. and groceries, school board. I|visiting her daughter, Mrs. BarcusJ I wear well. J. B. Barton & Co., H. county, six and one-half feet long,

|H. Phase 112' ," W. A.. Parker, pro- I I L. Campbell manager. that is now on exhibition in the show
1 The greatest convenience of the
\ t, window of the Florida Book & News
Get your cold drinks and Ice cream
: dayis Electric
an- Smoothing Iron.
Walking up Howard street today. Co. The reptile is a hideous look-
). from Florida Book & ,News' ,
We-instal then free on trial. J. C.
Just west of Chinese
laundry we .
1 ing one, but harmless. However it
$(.later:Scarborough went to Lakettjjtn Prompt<< delivery.[ (h 8-2t Lyle. Phone 83.f 7-3t noticed a new store just opened and is a bitter foe to the rattlesnake.
r, -. i o't ,., '
Easiness tilg morning / I ;: on inquiry, found it was run by the
The Seaboard brought' in,last night The Advent oSunday-school will old reliable, Alex. Parker. Phone .
\ 32 ne"flat cars,for the Florida Rail have : Park Tuesday LADIES. -
ire Jckerson was at Luraville a picnic atjDowllng .21%. d46tDr.
Ladies, I have Just opened a dressmaking
3aioflici 4 business. way. [t May 21st. All other Sunday-
room in the LeWin
T building
IU n' |4 l schools are-invited to attend. Pnterbaugh is In the city today
r.2t :L JB. Powell, of, Lake-City, who isInterestedIn n and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction -
;= da1e,: of Plnemount. ", 1 and has his commission as member -
i U,the city on business today. the sawmill-business"! "in-, 'NOW Is-the, 'tine j To buy that nice of the school board* vice M. A. guaranteed.// Give me a trial.
this here'today.
1 ''!:.; J''Jrl r, county, was .. Chandalier for lour parlor. See J. Adams resigned. The board met this
Jarnell is on the. sick lisC C. ,Lyle for the most complete line morning and Dr. Puterbaugh pre- *
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
.1I.iatased i from 'Wolte' store Old reliable "Alex." Parker ask ever carried in. Live Oak. Phone :|jsented his credentials at 2:30 this
little had
-: ') your patronage. Call phone 212 for t boy eczema fire
83. afternoon and assumed his duties.
7-3t i ," writes N.. A. Adams, Henrietta.
itt brick 1 for fresh meat and groceries. d-4-St* t years -
on the ground
I I Pa. "Two of our home doctors
the vault of the new bank. ----=- { L. B. Sutton is arranging to open
As H. F. Dexter former said the case was hopeless, his lungs
was a
t -f'Msi. -_'-' :Miss :Mamie Redding, of Greenvillewas !i a feed and sales stable on the corner
trustee of the .High School. Prof. I(j being affected. We then employed
.lied,Butler Trent':,*to Lake here this morning. en route to j west of the Brown House. The buIlding -
Edwards very appropriately closed !! other doctors bat no benefit resulted.By .
.' oa:legal business this morning. Mayo.C. ; will be 80 x 100 feet, and will
the school yesterday. A tribute Justly'' chance we read about Electric
I' be ready for occupancy by the 15th
I Bitters; bought a bottle and soon
deserved. Ii f i
|fft it. plllman and Col. Frank W. Hughes has returned from of June, or first of July. Mr. Sutton
i ntced Improvement. We continuedthis
are sporting,new automobiles. Greenville, and will remain in Live I i I will handle all kinds of vehicles, and medicine until several bottles
f Oak. Dr. Curtis of Orange Heights, one : will make a specialty of boarding
: were used when our boy was completely -
3s 1L. K. Mayo f of the largest pecan growers in the stock.
Taylor of
( was cured.** Best of all blood
tbis,morning, en route t J 'High If you want draying done or a south, was here today, en route to medicines and health
trunk:carried to the depot, right Montieello to attend a meeUng'of. For the best Electric Lamp made, body building;

,' quick, phone 123. W. N. Boatright..' "pecan growers in that city. telephone J. C. Lyle. Phone 83. tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &
Groover Store. 50c. d-w
Mrs 7,E.Morgan of Taylor coun- Every lamp guaranteed to have a uni- Drug

xu ?tars p Is;morning, en, route ;Elder A. J. Griffin' will preach 'at W.: M. Davidson" one of Jackson- form life of seven hundred hours -, -
ML:'Olive Sunday' at 11 a. m. ville's most prominent citizens, accompanied with a consumption of current ,of

; ,H'.& Everybody cordially' invited. \ by his two daughters and fifty watts. If you have a meter this FIUFIEJEl n BOO O aid N News Co.

"1+'-' 1Osghind wife, of Dun-' i 'Mrs. Montgomery Corse are at the is interesting to you. 7-3t

.4.ko have been visiting here J. C. :Mangum has returned from I Ethel today en route to Hampton C. N. Hildreth. Jr.. B. P. Coach .

,Mf home ,this' morning. Melltown Ga., where he visited his Springs. man, O. O. Williams Harry Williams.
t. .' daughter. Mrs. W. M. Bargeron. I Leo Williams J. W. Hopson Jr., ,

:JO .n'urnlshe l.and nnfurfc4 '. Take all of your old Jewelry Chas. McKInnon, Henry Beach. Mar- ; IT'S A

rooms, address "R" In caret I W. R. McGregor, wife and baby, watches and clocks to J. D. Radfordto vin Butler, Chas. Blackburn, Fred r

l'. : tf :and Miss Plowden. left for Santa Fe have them repaired. You will Blackburn Jack Taylor Peter Lelsz '!

this morning. think they are new when he finishes S. A. Hinely, Joe Hinely, Mr. Grim-: NOVEL IDEA

ttemJall and express orders shaw Mrs. C. H. Brown, Mrs. C. N. (

WANTED-Waste land in large celve our special attention, and re-j Hildreth. Jr.. Mrs. O. O. Wlllams,
Or S 1e |
tracts. Title must be perfect. returned promptly. Mrs. B. P. Coachman :Mrs. S. A.

Address. Box 282 North Yakima Hinely Mrs. Harry Williams, Misses f 1

Wash. d3tIt I S. A. Randall, Ida May Adams

Sallie Taylor May Robinson, Bulah ,

YID AND S. S. Coachman," of Clearwater Wedding i Moore; Kate Crouch, Daisy Sanber, r

..UNIMPROYH) brother of B. P. Coachman was' in and Ola Gardner went to Gum Slough ''cs4iBut

t town last evening on his way home last night to a filth fry. They had I,
from Tallahassee.Now PresentsFOR I plenty of fish and a fine time ;

1Rea1 [state
: is the time to buy that Odd THE I Watch your watch. I have securedthe I
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1 rocker. J. B. Barton & Co., H. J. services of Mr. J. B. GIrard. of
Campbell manager.WANTEDWaste. New Orleans who served his tradein
rms Itt. France and Switzerland 25 years

\:,- ... ", ,, ,2, land in large ago; his long experience makes him
, #' tracts. Title must be perfect. those who choose I one of the best workman in the south a joking friend of ours says that
-... MIsy -, Address Box 282, North Yakima, the month of May. Just laving been since In this country at authors must be greater animal because

Wash. d3t-wlt : look Diamond in at Pins our .exq Broochesand ;:i ite I work for some of the best Jewelry "their tales come out of their

i j Rings. Watches, firms in the city of New Orleans. We heads." I hunted but then we have
WANTED-Waste land in large ) Bracelets, Etc. Everything make a specialty of repairing high- many tales they send into other people's

tracts. Title must be perfect.! in JewelrjOur grade railroad watches or any thing heads, and what a vast amount of

;PROPERZ'yWITH. Address. Box 282, North Yakima. pleased.RADFORD custom-rs. are always that was ever made to keep time. amusement and instruction books af-

Wash.: d3t-wlt Now remember we fully guarantee ford! As disseminators of the world's

For new or second hand Bicycles j' I every piece of work done in our shop best and greatest literature we solicit

Us. see J. C. Lyle. Repairing done i to be done in first-cass order and will your trade.
,--- ----., promptly. All work guaranteed. pass inspection on any railroad If
Phone 83. 7-3t. t the grade of watch is up to the requirements -I

ii ----S. of the company. aCook O flP N Nods Coe

Mrs. J. M. Miles who has been The Jeweler Give us a trial and be convinced.

visiting Mrs. Stokeley here returned '! J. D. RADFORD Jeweler.

to her home in Lake City this :nvt OAK. HA. i Live Oak, Fla. dlt-w2t c. C. COOK, Prop.
Room 3. morning.

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scHEDuLC3NNECZS Where Georgians Gather to EnJo7,

WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. ANB &..C. 1. RY. AT LIVE OAg.agAD Florida Sport. .. '- .
DO" CIIfTa4L'rWL ILUD UPNa The Atlanta Constitution producesa : Manufacturers of ..
Illustration showing the
I NO L No.!. No. .1.sfacedFat .
Mail home of the Homosassa Fishing Club Shingles; Ice ;
Duirt Lumber Electric
1Jily t aM STATIONS.Ezpse EzDreaa and Ezoept5anday. of Atlanta. at Homosassa Fla.. on lig

DaiI7. Daily. SmIdQ. the banks of the river .bearing the Power and Turpentine. ;s

.! This property
name of the town.

.... .. was purchased three years ago by the
L. Lift Oak- --Ar-
Ie 1 30 10 GO a ID i 40 p m
a ID p m in of the
c local organization. or to exact.. In Electric Lights any part city furnished for
-io a l34pm1' s ''' 1030 aID 520pm December. 1903 and on January !or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electzit

L' ..... T p,
s05 a ID 3blpm St4tlr -10tiam lOOp m of each almost the entire current-for
I+ 10th year !day and night manufacturing purposes
810 a m a56prn( T.L4 tIOYOsm 445pm membership takes up abode In the .
Wholesale and retaU.Ice-out of City orders _
have '
J; r .M ,.. club house and for three weeks iLion eciaJ
1010 40
d IJ a ID 43p1' a m C pm ,
and all orders promptly filled.
In the fascinating sport of ,
Az Wilmarth.-- L' engages
40 a m 4 11 p.. -- 10 00 am. 20 P ID
3Lv; _...-Ar.- hooking the game fish which aboundin -f
Wdm43f : will
We give you good prices on low grade 'k.
10 Ar_.... .-.T..YiIIe30&1D -_..._ these waters. The club is situated and r
a m
__ flooring. Come get our prices.
I L" -Lua u only about five or six miles from the .

9 $0 a ID Ar. W Gulf of Mexico, and with the launch I

l0 00 a"'"m 4 20 p ID L. Wilmanb- ----r- f n a.. CUp ID and two boats owned by the club the I
ordinance entitled Ohio
0.6 Florida being an avenue in
10 18 a m t U P ID L"----- ---Suw BiYer_......--Ly. t" aID. U II m Atlantans can get plenty of salt water An ordinance to prohibit the running -I In width, at right

U ZO am4EOpmL' Nood- .. '-.. f45sm 357pm fishing near at hand. Black bass at large on the streets of the. Ohio avenue f5S .
a.1 other of Live Oak of horses moles in White's Addiitoa
channel bass. sheephead and City to tT
...... L' to a0 a m 4 40 p --- tlhlD aUpm bogs and goats and to provide for of Live Oak the'
Lv ..... .. varieties are caught In great numbers northers
10.0 a m -- the Impounding and disposing of the of which said exteasto
Ar 1..5. all of the fishing done from same;* approved October 6, 1903 be line drawn at right >e j

t0 45 5(1 a a m m L. -tt.oa.-:::........_ boats. The main building was originally and the same are hereby amended so avenue frem a point angles oa tt.

11 Ob a ,AL..._.... --KQo. L.. a residence,.and was used as such as to read as follows: side of Ohio a.enpa dirreCt r
m1_ 1. Horses mules. hogs 1 to the
..... _Ar. bounadry
lItyo the club. However
p.Ly 9na. a.opm bought by !
n 10 a 111' 4 U i.b and goats shall not be allowed to run street as U now
1129 a .1. U p.JLY 'ia.f .... labsm 525p m It was converted into a well appointed at large upon any of the streets alleys -f

.1' mIL.- ....._...Sa1tP A T... 'U a m alb It IIII club house. with nine rooms etc., lanes or unenclosed property of asffgffijsKv3g
11 Z'i a C 5: p I 11.1 and while in Florida the club members the City of Live Oak and that cows City of Lin

11 4s a m I 110 p mtL._._-Air.-- ---I''. f 06 s m 245 p m have every convenience and comfort shall not be allowed to run at large 1 Ida, excepting therefrom a

L. 'lwa.------- ...L'. upon any of the streets lanes or across the northern aide
-- II 00 Z 15 resim
5. t i 17 a. p that be found In a city -
am pm. a, can public highways of the said City or!I Parshley family burial

(>6 aIDS 2'Z It ID L" K-r- Y. ab3sm 220p m dence. The smaller building on the other unenclosed premises within'i which Is Included la say .

m'L'__- boUowa7.L.. IGam 110PID water Is the boat house and near the the following boundary In said Cityof and within the Iron tease
:6 S 35
a. p
Z-' be the windmill Live Oak Florida to-wit: said burial grounds
main building can seen
24 a m 5 43 p m'1" -De1UJlUk-L. 8'38 am 135 pill Beginnig at a point where Irvin Section IL That .

Ar _Perry ssli __ _....---L.. a so ami ZO P DI by which Is pumped the water and First streets Intersects and run- proceedings shall beIwffistrffc?
34 5 50
m Pll11eI for the club house. Cooks and necessary ning south to where Irvin and Car- name of the City of Lire Ori*

servants are carried from Atlanta roll streets intersect thense east to cordance with the prortiSoarJ
( ) TaUcrachorTde;hoiMSUtioa. (f) .FU* Stattoo. (r) Recister. (a) Regular Stop. (a) and when the club is assembledIn Houston street thence south along Statutes In such case made u*
Agcacy Station T. P. ALBTON. Superintendent Houston street to John street, thence vided for the purpose of
It Is like one large
uia. Gaoera er Anent January Just I east on John street Church street, out the provisions of l i
family on a pleasure jaunt. The placeIs thence south on Church street to cor- this Ordinance.

very home-like' and an ideal one poration line,-thence east on corpora'Uon Section in. That this .

TO THE for its purpose. The Homosassa '. line to White street thence shall take effect upon its matthe .

Fishing Club was founded about north on White street to Howard Council and approved! .
street, thence east on Howard streetto Mayor, or upon its becsm&i
seventeen years ago and while todayit a point opposite Georgia avenue ordinance without the appsn '

'JAMESTWNExposition contains twenty-four members. the thence north to and along Georgia Mayor. I

limit fixed by the club there are left avenue to the northeast corner of Introduced by Alder&u f

when Bryson street and Georgia avenue. Robertson, and passed If
three who belonged
only men
thence due north along section line Council in regular sesska tsg ,e
tne club was organized. They are to a point opposite Fifth street on this 8th day of Aprfl.l.aCHAS.H.BS81' 1

F. M. Potts. George A. Lowndes and thence west to and along Fifth streetto !

John Berkels. The roster of the I Atlantic Coast., Line railroad President Cto 1I

club is as follows F. M. Potts president -. thence southwest across Atlantic Attest:
Coast Line railroad to First street S. P. MATS,City dark.
; I. S. Mitchell vice president" ; I thence west along First street to I, S. P. Mays. City Oet* lI.I

George A. Lowndes secretary and point of beginning." City of Live Oak Florida to

treasurer; Dr. A. W. Calhoun George "Section II. It shall be. the duty certify that the above sal

via the Muse J. L. Haral'13on,'Dr. J. S. Todd of the City Marshal or any deputy Ordinance No. 57 was thrh,
Marshal or policeman of "the, said ed by the City Cornell ea&{&
Frank P. Rice W. S. Duncan E. C.
City to take possession of and placeIn of April, A. DL 1J67, aidfe;
Peters Clark Howell. Henry Durand. a pound to be provided for that is hereby certified to tte Sss

AtianticCoastLinePeople John Berkels,-A.. Y:. Kontz H. Y. Mc- purpose any horse, mule hog or goat his approvaL
Ceord. H. C. Bagley Judge HowardVan found by; Wn or them ,inninglarge at Witness m, and iat.w{

Epps. T. M. Armistead C. E. upon any of the streets, alleys. City, this 8th day of 1 i
highways or other unenclosed property 1907. v _
Currier. D. B. DeSanssure, J. C. A. within said I (Seal) 9.
City and likewise
all over Florida. see, the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur
Brannan. David Woodward. William take possession and I
pie Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two M. Crumley and B. G. Wiley all of pound any cow found by place him or in them said Examined and appiem* -SM j jJU

daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping Atlanta. The years have wrought running at large on any of the streets.I this- 9th day of April i. n IK i E
alleys lanes public highways or M. E. B800Y1ti Ya
cars. changes In the membership but the other unenclosed property of said

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson club has never experienced any City of Live Oak within the bound-I
trouble In keeping a full quota and aries prescribed in Section I hereof."

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. no year passes without hte fishermen "Section VII. For catching and
impounding stock under this ordin- EDUCATIINIIf
Coach low taking their annual trip to these i
excursions at very rates. ance. the City Marshal shall be en- I

For further information .see your nearest railroad Florida waters. titled For to the following fees, namely: .
catching and impounding horses

or write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent ageAt mules and cows fifty cents per head i
The letter from S. H.
Galtskill. recently goats thirty cents per bead, hogs one OI-EnII01 Ij I-

lantic Coast Line, JacksonvilleFla. published In the Times regarding dollar per head. For feeding and A11d-ter ea'-,- .
the home consumption of taking care of such stock while in

Florida meat is attracting state wide pound for horses mules and cows he

Live Oak Perry & Gulf attention. There is contained in It a head shall each receive for forty hogs cents or goats per ten day cents per A LIQUID GOLD

point and suggestion of great value to per day per head each; for advertis- AMD

the people of the state If carried into ing and selling such animals he shall

! Railroad Company. practice. If a demand and a marketare receive the sum of fifty cents for LAXATIVE GOU03!
horses mules or cows per head, and
made for Florida meat it will be for .
or goats the sum of twenty-
tk&tdufo Effective, April 7, 1007. forthcoming in any quantity and of five cents per head each. The word

excellent quality. Let every citizen "hog" under this ordinance shall be

make it a point to encourage the production taken to include "pigs."
Reel 8OIIMD EAST BOUND Section -
Ha. That
this Ordinance THE.
1ST.cuss a c[Ass 1ST.CLASS .CLA.88 and consumption of Florida shall take effect
11.11 A Pamen. rt and Mail &; Pauen 'P_ Frt. sad meat. If our fattest and choicest its upon
passage by the NEW
Paso and
gm. Pass. Pasa. ter eel' Pass.Na. ap-
beeves were sent to a packing house proval by the Mayor as to mules.
.i. No.s. Na 3. No 2. Nn 6. No. 12 No.Co horses -
goats and IDEA
Sands ax. Daily undsy'I Sa Daily eL: cut up in regular style covered with hogs but shall not .
Daily. Only Suoday. ex. Sun Only only Stmday.A.K. saltpeter and cased In Ice, then sent so into effect as to cows until 60 days
from its passage by the
City Council.
P. JL P. M. P.M. ) P. M. A.. M. A. M. back here the resulting product Passed by City Council in
X-ft Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive
8 1 240...._....._Live oak-_.......__. 430), 5 10 00 a .0 would sell like hot cakes for primewestern session this 8th day of April, A. D. Tb. 5.4 clew -
8 13 1 _Boeky&nL _. 4 16, 6 8K f 1907.
s Sit 148 : :::::::::::::..rStarr-.. ::::::::=. 412: t *4 942 : ; beef Let us be sharp enoughto CHAS. H. BROWN,
8221 152 a .............._..._.Mercer..__........_ 408! 530 93S 9 07 save the extra expenses and President City Council. Cosgh 5Iduces
82s1! 155 2 ..............._._Platt..__.._..........._ 405! 5 171 936 9 03 get Attest "A Cold or a
S14{ 204 ......._Lanc.uter_ 354 I 5 iP 926 8 50 the meat while It Is fresh from the S. P. MAYS. coasdpadoe-tba.alad
L. s 39 Ar Z 091Ar S 100 ................_ Dowlmg Park .L'341Lv 9 IILy 8 40 City Clerk. nose and throat >
.Ar 8 C5.L. 4 45'L' 4 ..... Dowling Park_................ a 39. Ar 9 13IAr; 8 lYoe slaughter house.-Tampa Times. I, S. TpM ys, City Clerk of the eyes ht 5 T J
8 4 C9 4 .................._ChaDCe7...-........-...... a 506 908' 8 r.of Live Oak Florida of the system throngs br"
8 452 4 ....._......_._BeU._.................... a 331 51 06 certify that forgoing For the want of moistara
I C 67 4 __........14&1"0 Janct;;c"a......._......... S i 03 9 03 8 06 A Xarovv Escape. the above and dry ndh rd." Neartyab C
I 9 Ar. .-......... 1>&1"__................. 28'' 900 OrdInance No. 56 was regularly .esa7
i OO L. : .. ......... s S ZS. I 00 LLvv 7 58 G. W. Cloyd. a merchant of by the passed are constipattnj.OpUtes. a.
9 : 06 : :::::::::::::::::::::._S&So----: ::::: s 1 4 M! : 49 564 7 as Plunk of City Council on the 8th day Kenned7 s L'Tar ,
9 5 1 C ......._........... TOWIWead..-................. a i5 .401$ 8 T ZiI Mo. had a narrow escape four years April, A. D. 1904, and the same moves the boweh.pp0
52S I.........................l>nuth __........__.. 258: C 251 iii 7 lIS ago, when he f'J hereby certified to the Mayor '
9 421 6 6 ......._...... FeohoUoway_..........._. 2: C1 C 8 m 6 63 ran a jimson bur Into tis approval. for
1610j I a ........._....._..Pe+rY-. ._........._.... 22 C 121 6 40 his thumb. He says: "The doctor KENNEDLAXJAIJ e
--'rIG Zi'Ar: 620 Ar 6 .........._._Hamptoa Spr DP-.............. Ly 2 S 7 C5 L. 6 10 I Witness my hand and seal of said
1'K... i P. M. P. K. A.. UjLY CSjLY I JL I A. K. wanted to amputate It but I would City, thIs 8th day of April A' D Gt

not consent. I bought a box of Buck- 1907.Seal ItT Of

MAYO AND .\ .TON J1KANCH. len's Arnica Salve and that cured the ) S. P. MAYS ior1da.

dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay City Clerk. 11 fa ,
& Groover Examinedd and approved by me ONE'Y'T' IUAdt
Wr BOUND- EAST BOUND druggists. d>w this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. H rat

M. E. BROOME.. MavnV.. y
--- - Frt.A Pass.. Pas.en I Frt. Frt. Puma Pusan ORDINANCE No. 50. S- Relieves ColiijT'Sj iring 1tT
Pass. P.... ger ... i Ibn"*" !
eer I P. Pass. nr cerN An Ordinance to amend Sections of the system tit

.:?. No: ,I. No.11. Nw 13.i No. 'I No.10. No.14. Iva 18. I, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the ORDINANCE NO. 57 I the bowels. Corgis 17 ''r1taTa ;

ez.Sun.ez.Saa Daily Daily undaySunday Daily Dash ullday Sunday City of Live Oak. Florida, being an An OrdInance providIng for the Relieves 51 d .iaaE
Only I th.
I ex..SuD.ex.SUn. Only Only Ordinance entitled "An ordinance establishing, opening and strengthening

A. H. I. P. M. t A. K. P. M. I A.. M.P.' x. w. K. P M. prohibit the running at large on the to of Wilbur street In the City extending of LIve I the throat.cbest. ; ,(

Leave t 101} Leave 440,t Leave 540 X-.e 530 1........... ..M&701uDctioa_ Arrive 758/Arrive$20 Arrive Arri.. streets of the City of Live Oak. of Oak OhIo, Florida, from the east sIde of For Croup. J t&1'JI
524 C 561 I 953 i C3,............?_.._..C1ark-.....-"......'.". 303 8 s 65 42 I 0; horses, mules togs and goats and avenue eastward' to WhIte I Influenza, Bros __ rS I t tn,
936 i+ 506! 10 OSI 553......._......._PeterllOD......._.......... 7 391 153 (132 152 to provide for the street In White's Addition i s.4 $ .
142 impounding 1
10 00. :3. s 10 15'!' 6 ..................._ .._. 115. 2 40 disposing and City ten hundred to saId Colds, LBSg toRoney a:
s 8 20
rlO 10 Ar i .0 Arll zsf 115 ......... ...........Alton ........t.I...............!Lv 7 00 L. Z so L. S 101+L... 1 1 20 so September of the same: passed (103%) feet said and thIrty-two remedy 11 equal Iii A1
30th. 1903. and approved : S01 street to be fifty I and T U.rstu.p .
s Regular; stop. Connection made at Dowling Par for all trains to and October 6th. U03. feet In width. modelA1de1
from Live Oa. and Perry. For information as to connections with Be It ordained by the Mayor and City It OrdaIned by the Mayor and In

other lines 'phone call Genera! City Council of the City of LIve Oak Florida Council of the City of Live Oak,
or on Passenger Agent, 'phone 147. Dow- FlorIda: : Sold by QTs. .

ling Building. Lire Oak. Section lu That Section the 1.
1. Section City Live In
THOS. DOXVLIKG, Presldert. 11. P. HOPKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance now of OakiFlorida acs Jt jjO 14ter.
No. 16 of stands be
the City of Live Oak established opened extended and .4.
from '
the *
eastern side of .)Js the s oattB

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.. po_ h' _. -- ,

> I I ** *I**>I H i"l i+ >* t Formosa exported tea last' year to well-known figure-In Washington
1 the vanle of $3,500,000.. U Stephen Vail son of Alfred Vail,I CLINTON; US

I who co-operated.with Morse and Hen- ,
_ Stop Grumbling. ry In the invention of the telegraphand

ABOARDi I I I,-If you suffer from'Rheumatism or: built the. first steam engine that ...
pains for Ballard's Snow \
1 Liniment ever propelled a ship across the ocean
I,will bring quick relief. It is a sure

cure for Sprains Rheumatism. Con-
: Airline Railway. I Do You Love *
" tracted Muscles and all pains--and
> Wholesale and Re-
{. within the reach of all. Price 25c your baby? You wonder why he
50c $1.00. C. R. Smith Tenaha.1 cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
IHivannan: Columbia, .Camden, Southern Pines, | ; Tex. writes: "I have used Ballard's Vermifuge and he will never cry.

l'iRaleign, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, j j Snow Liniment in my family for years I Most babies 'have worms and the tail Dealers in Flori-

Philadelphia and New York. and have found It a fine remedy for mothers don't know it. White's
'I' '
all pains and aches. I recommend it i Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
da and WesternMEATS
for pains In the chest. Sold by worms and cleans out its system in

Drug Co. SU1.wannee a pleasant way. Every mother should
[TWO keep a bottle of this medicine in the

The present population of Birmingham house. With it, fear need never enter

England is 540000. her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Su- 3
! S aboard Express Seaboard Malli $ wannee Drug Co. d-w

Notice to Our Customers. *

) We are'pleased to announce that Deer are relatively numerous in

Modern : Pullman : Equipment. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs various parts of Japan and in such "
.:. colds and lung troubles is not affected show places Maru and Mlyajima Phone 24.
It: by the National Pure Food and
are held as sacred, becoming so tameas
Drug law as it contains no opiates or to eat from the hands of visitors. Promdt deliveries

the Jamestown Exposition Liner j other harmful drugs, and we recom- Iney are generally smaller in size

mend it as a safe remedy for child- than the American deer.
NORFOLK, VIjjxcursion /\. \ ren and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w anywhere in the

Tickets on :S le Daily : t I i
The Siamese government is about City.The
For a cold or a cough take Ken- .
to install a telephone system in the I nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is

-- city of Bangkok. I better than any other cough remedy
I t.For 1uD information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent because its laxative principle assuresa

F M Seaboard, or write | The Life Insurance healthy copious action of the

Fi CL EOYLSTON JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. bowels and at the same It heals Irritation Great Headache Cure
muddle has started the public to
Vr , [ lt 111111 i n t it 1111111111111111 n n ; thinking. The wonderful that of the bowels and at the
success same time it heals irritation of the BromoPepsin"Note
has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin
throat, strengthens the bronchial
its crusade Coughs, Influenza
on tubes and inflammation of the "
allays the Word Pepsin
bUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTf t' Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles mucous membrane. Contains Honey
'I -bas started the public to think- Headache. IndlgesKea,
and Tar pleasant to take. Children G U R ES
ing of this wonderful preparation. : Insomnia HenoasBes .
is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. is ; like it. Conforms to the National .
broad enough to accommodate all, and*. TLey are all using it. Join the procession Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by On the
and down with sickness. Spot.
City Pharmacy. d
I HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: Price 25c, 50c and $100. Sold by No Opiates. Absolutely Harmless

Suwanee Drug Co. d-w
: folks with their small savings. : All Druggists 10. 251, M< I0. ,
I. "The young The world's rice crop In 19 05 total-

I' 2.-The breadv..inner, striving to accumulate a fund '< There are no laws in Germany pre- ed about 170.000,000,000 pounds of for Sala By

to procure a home, or a,competency for old age. ; venting the use of the checkrein on which Asia contributed about 160- The City Pharmacy

I i 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience. afforded and ; horses with 'the exception of the police 000,000,000 pounds. British India LIVE OAK FLA.
led with 7,691.000,000 pounds fol- .
I the income provided.4.Those ordinances -Berlin
f- with idle unds'awaiting other investment. lowed by China with 60000000.000 41-23-trwi-vi.
If You Don't pounds. Japan's share was 14,500-

NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida ; uOO.OOO pounds. THOMPSON &
Iffi 1 succeed tbe first time use Herbine .
",.. . . . . . . . I I . and you will get instant relief. The and Delivery Wagons.
} greatest liTer regulator. A positivecure My Best Friend.

for Constipation, Dyspepsia Alexander Benton who lives on Furniture moving and Lumber

Malaria Chills and all liver com Rural Route 1, Fort Edward N. Y., Hauling Specialties.

: % plaints. Mr, cof, Emory Texas says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is STOVE WOOD.

writes: "My wife has been using Her- my best earthly friend. It cured me
bine for herself and children for fire of asthma six ears ago. It has also Any length: delivered to any part

years. It is a surf cure for constipation performed a wonderful care of' Ja- oT city; promptly Give us,your
and malaria fever which Is sub- ended the
wife. The first bottle terrible busincs.
Phone 55.
s stantiated by what it has done for cough, and this accomplisLed

a my family." Sold:by Suwannee Drug the other symptoms left one by one,

C:>. d-w until well. Dr.King's .
i she was perfectly H. J.' :MORRIS,
vsrrs sus
New Discovery's power over
Secretary Taft admits'himself to be coughs and colds is simply marvelous. Contractor and Builder t

"golf fiend." Justice Harlan who ." No other remedy has ever
for estimates
Apply plans,
Sich LiversA :plays the game a little has also beenso equaled It. Fully guaranteed by Bar-
and specifications.Office .
called but does not relish the ap-' clay & Groover druggists. 50c and

plication. $1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w on Ohio Ave.. A. 0. L. Crossing-

__ ._ .
When your back aches It is almost r -
----COMPOUND Mr. Meyers, who was reared in a
invariably an indication that some-
I thing is wrong with your kidneys. Lawrence (Kan.) nursery weighs GO TO'i)
CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA 375 pounds; his father weighs 340 ,I
PCKLY .CURES MALARIA. CHILLS and Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause
brother weighed -
pounds his youngest i
{ ALL UVER COMPLAINTS. a break down of the entire sys ; .
;e > A' GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder 300 pounds when he was 18 years T. J. CEEMMONS
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- old; and the smallest boy In the fam- ,
Pills afford prompt relief weak kid-
Icbutd today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. ily weighs 190 pounds. Five of them
of the
neys, backache Inflammation
together tip the meam at 1,485 ---
bladder and all urinary troubles.
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Sold by City Pharmacy. For Fresh Groceriesand

Mr*.W.A. Whltewell, Emory Tex., Ex-President Cleveland has evi- When your tooa uas not been properly
write chill and fever
: "My child hd
abandoned his former sum digested the entire system is
for font yeu We tried all kind of dently
medicines,and finally acquaintance of mer homes on Buzzard's bay for that impaired in the same proportion.Your Best Florida

mine recommended Herbine. We Usedthree tome in Lamworth, N. H., where he stomach needs help. Kodol For
bottle, and the child if now completely and
has spent the last two summers with Indigestion Dypepsia not only
aired. You hare permission
publita this testimonial my, aa I cheer- his family. digests what you eat it tones the :Meats at the
folly recommend Herbine to all mothers stomach and adds strength to the
\ having children afflicted*mine." I whole body. Makes rich pure blood.

WOE BOTTLE. Me GET THE GENUINE DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel 'Kodol conforms to the National Pure
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. Salve does not merely heal on the sur- Pharmacy.Food and Drug Law. Sold by City d* West End Market..

,jJ ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. face; it penetrates the pores and I

promptly relieves pain, caused by
boils, burns scalds: cuts and skin "When I was at Harvard" said Dr.

l: SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY diseases. It Is especially good for William F. Anderson of New York, in Phone 169. Fr,e Delivery.

L ''s uwannee Drug Company piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by concluding a brief address "the boys
: City Pharmacy. d* had a little epigram with which they
Live Oak
: : Florida.
y. I used to warn speakers not to be too
08 3 and 4, to
PROCLAMATION man from Wards ,
IGtc.! I Adrlf In San Francisco bay In a prolix. It compared a speech to a .
It hereby given that at the fill unexpired term caused by re- disabled launch loaded with dynamite wheel. "You know professor," they -----

V.Gtaen.i City Election of the I moval from Wards and resignationof without food and with the waves would say, "tbe longer the spoke, the The sisal industry is becoming an

Uri Oak Snwannee County Incumbents. dashing over them for two days and greater the tire." important one, about 1.000 acres having -

,Ii' be hid on the'first Tues- Given under my hand and seal two nights, is the plight from which already been planted in Hawaii.
A. D. 1907 at the two badly frightened men were res- Disturbed the Congregation.The Experiments idlcate that It can be
Chanlkr. the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907.
successfully cultivated from
In.manner and cued. person who disturbed the con- sea levelup
II prescribed ** law the ol- I (Seal) M. E. BROOME, gregation last Sunday by continualy to 2,500 feet, and with a rainfall
Ire IRn1c:1p& officers of said i :Mayor City of Live Oak. "Here's to your health and hop- coughing is requested to buy a bottleof as high as 60 inches, Hawaiian sisal
to be I Suwannee County. Florida.
TOted for and elect piness"-DeWitt's Little Early Risers Foley's Honey and Tar. City Pharmacy is pronounced by fiber experts to be
: A. i I
) aror a Attest: equal to that produced in Yucatan.
aerkTreasurer -famous little pills. Nasty sick d-w
1IIessor. filed I S. P. MAYS Clerk
br same person; I I headache or biliousness may come on
"Coneetor Lire Oak Florida.
z ; Marshal' and I I I any time; the cure Is an Early Riser. The San Francisco Olympic ClubIs Don't Pay Alimony.To *

:faf',41 Dector.filled by same per- I Sold by City Pharmacy. d* erecting a $750,00 building on the be divorced from your appendix.

)' v. Alderman from Ward +1 11111111111111111111111. plot on which Its former building There will be no occasion for It U you
rat Alderman from Ward No. I The process of manufacturing silk stood. It will have three stories be- keep your bowels regular with Dr.

AIdel1ll&a from Ward No- 3: :; ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, f made from wood pulp Is one which In low the level of the sidewalk and six King's New Life Pills. Their action

rlom Ware No 4: Europe is Jealously guarded from above. In time three more are to be : Is so gentle that the appendix never

man mom Ward No. 5; an I!1; VETERINARY. i i Inspection. The Imitation silk sells added making the total cost $1,200- has cause to make the least com

,.1Ij".--..from the city &t Large: Solicits -Office t for considerably less than real silk, 000. The 'plot is 175x137 feet 'I plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay &
d '1' your patronage t mercerized The swimming tank has been com- Groover,
than druggists. 25
'.--:8, : ( c., A.uatee.Hardee to flu Alder-ex- .,| I at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 JMlinilllHltMMIIMMM: but a higher price pleted and is 95x35 feet. them. cents. d-w.Try

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:; 'W ASHL1GTOr. LETTER. new building that will house the Bureau CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. wa' < : 14 ;' __
r ;
: ft
of American' Republics. Each 'to.T1f ,
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Nuys of.die Week From Our Regular firm win be paid $1,000 for the plans T'Jf City Election Canvassed v and .. z--, i:! .. .. ', i,1'-.
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:Washington Correspondent.. submitted.* 'which,mare :to be entered Bills.Paid._ Ii_ t< s d

In the 'general competition:which 1 'Lire Oak Fla., May 8.:407. Qtractoadr spectiv Bl Jdera: ,
Washington May-. While one
hundred twenty-eight'othenfirms .' .
bne .
wallow does not make a summer. Mayor ''f:"E.- BrO me ;being pree- .
have slglnlfied their Intention to par- council llV-QKBCk & :-
the THE SUPrll.
the Biological Surrey of the Depart- ent proceeded to
ment of,Agriculture has discovered Uciplate. The building Is to cost together and:administer' the oath of .... .er _

$600.000 and the entire furnishings officeto the following newy elected will furnish Lime Cement
that one of the swift-flying birds $150,000. The site on the banks of you your ,
can brighten the gloom cast over members of''eouncll: S. J. White, Plaster Laths and all kinds of "
the Potomac has already purchased Barclay Bric -
the Southern cotton fields by reasonof alderman from ward No.1; .
at a cost of 8250,000Of the 2 D. SPECIALY White Sand Lime '
the depredation of the boll weavlL aTdermazr'from ward No ; 1 ,OUR : Brick.;
million dollars to coverd the cost of No.
will G. Bardin- alderman from"ward
As a result the Surrey probably
the ground'and building, the government -
the swallow breeding business 4; W. J. Hillman alderman from

go Ipto on a heavy scale.. Orioles drew Carnegie appropriated furnished$%50,000 tEe and remain-An- ward No. 5; S. P. Mays city clerk The Live Oak ,Brick & Supply)

blackbirds: wrens and fly-catchers are treasurer and assessor; W. H. Lyle.
der on the condition that the buildingbe
all good In their way, but the swallowis marsh aL II l 1iLiCI: I I ,
known the Pan-American Pal-
as ..
described as "the light cavalry of The new council was now organ- ...
ace of Peace. It is expected that the y
the avaln army" on the war, on UK. ized by electing D. G. Bardjn as tem- '
award will be made by July 1st.
weevil In the stomach of a singleswallow porary chairman. "The annual reportof + llllllllllll iii Ml II II
But the Palace of Peace is not the of ** "m ! ! !! '!I
the Surrey has found 47 boll City Marshal l Lyle was by vote .
only artistic addition ,promised thatis
weevils. The Idea is to protect and council, accepted and ordered filed

faster the brooding grounds of thewallows to'make of Washington the.architectural also the bond of said W H. Lyle. II SOUTH BUSINESS COOf
wonder %>f the world. The
both In the North and the i By rote of council the followingbills
George Washington University au-
South. The colonies nesting in the were approved and ordered paid

South will destroy a great number of thorities are redoubling their effortsIn Henry McCuller .J, .. . .$%..00W
I the local campaign to raise by subscriptions -
weevils during the summer while the )McCuller .:. ._. .. . 2.00

fall after the Southern birds, have I, a fund sufficient to pur- W. W. Giles .-. __' ._. _. 2.00 1.I

migrated, the Northern birds as they chase a suitable site for the building Thomas Remsey ....'. ... . 200T. .

pass through the Southern states on for the new national university that 'J. Lyle . : i . 110.00
Is to be built up around the present
their way to the tropics will keep I There being no further business on :
organization. So satisfactory have
up the good work. It.. believed motion, adjourned. I
been the returns the trustees of ,the
i. at this method of combatting the Attest D. G. BARDIN.S. .
University believes it will be possibleto
weevil will prove the most effective P. MAYS, Pres. pro tem.
announce at the commencement
jet undertaken.The City Clerk.
exercises on June 3d that the $200,- i1LI
Inland Waterways Commissionthe _
000 fund has been completed and the _
board of which Congressman Burton Live Oak, Fla., May 8, 1907.
purchase of a new site arranged for.
of Ohio Is chairman and which The city council of the city of Live
This educational institution will not
was appointed by the President recently Cak met in special session as provided f SPECIAL
be local in any sense of the word but
has spent a busy week in organizing for by ordinance to canvass the ANNOUNCEMENt;
will be international character. It +
and in making plans for returns of the city election held in -
is intended to attract students from
future work. The first important and for the city of Live Oak, Fla., on '
all over the United States and grad- 1:. For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOUUSg!
trip of this commission will be taken May 7,. A. D. 1907,,as made by the .
uate students from foreign countries ;will be issued, goad for only $30.00.a
next week when the members will Inspectors and clerk of said election,
t especially from the Latin-American i Special 'courses in all Departments have been
leave here on Friday for Kansas City and to declare the result thereof: arraisgef Mi
republics. As a means for the ad- student entering on this special offer can finish within the
to board the government boat,Suter Present: :M.: E. Broome mayor; .:
vancement ,of political and commer- scholarship... 1'1l'
for a careful investigation of the Missouri Aldermen S. J. White J. M. Barclay '

River between that city and St. cial relations with other nations the, fie G. Bardin and W. J. Hillman.The -; This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss* \
project has the hearty endorsement
t Louis. Arrived at St. Louis the commission president of council being absent. By Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us.'aM fie'fJ|!
of John Barrett director of the Bu-
l- will board the government vote of council D. G. Bardin was help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than you net fa
reau of American Republics, and of
steamer Mississippi for an inspectionof elected chairman pro tem. *
President Roosevelt and members of I WRITE FOR CATALOG. .
the Mississippi River as far southas The council'now'proceeded to can- '
his cabinet. The plans of the Uni- I .
New Orleans. The proposed trip vass said city election returns, and ;
versity trustees Include a general ap-
of Investigation probably will occupy thereupon declared that the same
peal to patriotic citizens of the United -
ten or eleven days and will be as showed folowing results. SOUTH BUSINESS COONi
States for subscriptions to an en-
thorough in character as the limited For mayor 'there were thirty-one
dowment fund that will permit the
time will ,alow. Chairmen Burton votes cast at said election and of .
University to realize Its fu.l ambition FLORIDAi
has been deluged with Invitations to that number; -J.IB. Johnson secured II A ,
In this direction. This appeal is al-
Inspect stft' tributary to the MIs- thirty-one votes, and the said J. B. --
ready being made In a small way, andit l. M fi flTTON President (c?S.STEPHENS; :
sissippi and Missouri Rivers but he Johnson is hereby declared elected to ; _
will become more general once the ,.
has been compelled to decline all the office of mayor of. city of Live
fund is completed and the site is
these Invitations. In the first place. Oak until the general election In May
ready for the proposed new buildings.The .
the members, of the commissslon all A. D. 1908, and Until his successor Is -
battle between the Santiago,
are in service of the government in elected and qualified.For thirty-two votes and the.said W..JL: Last.evening, attU:: lamt
Cuba police and seamen from the
other capacities and cannot absent alderman'ward No.1; there Lyle is hereby declared elected to the I bride's mother ,MFS. ,......
cruiser Tacome was brought up at a
themselves from their various de- were thirty-two votes cast at said office of city marshal until the gen- Miss VerdIe OTfeaT *tf V S
cabinet meeting this week, but actionon
partments, for any great length of election and of that number S. J. eral city election in May A. ,D. ) Lawrence S. ..Cody) \. ?
the question was deferred until
time, and ,then Chairman Burton Is White secured thirty-two votes and until his successor Is elected_and Rev. C. A. Ridley oil
L the official Investigations now under I'
vitally Interested in the political sit the said S. J. White Is hereby declared -j qualified. groom is a graduate of Cafe
way are completed. An informal re-
uation in Ohio where his presence Is elected'to the office of alderman | For city clerk treasurer and tax Business College here, cte
port from Governor Magoon declared
required. This Initial trip of the from ward No. 1 until the general assessor there were thirty-two votes of :the sawmill at
he believes the clash to have been '
commission Is expected to do much election In May. A. D. 1909 and until cast at said,election. of that numberS. bride Is one of Lin 051's _
purely individual and in no sense the
toward stimulating the growing In- his successor Is elected and qualified.For P. Mays received thirty-two votes, girls, loved and respected,*
result of a general ill-feeling against
terest In the matter of water trans- alderman ward No. 2, there aDd the said S. P. Mays Is hereby de- the union is a most b O7*
portation. For five years the National Americans. were thirty-two votes cast at said clared elected to the office of city happy couple left for &&%

Rivers and Harbors Congress has From W. A. TIson. election, and of that number J. M. clerk treasurer' and tax assessor home In Dupoat'last erobi\ ?

worked to stimulate this interest and Editor Democrat: While the elec- Barclay received thirty-two votes and until the general city election in May, ly crowd assembling at tte fej

to point out to the country at large tion for state senator from our dis- the said J. M. Barclay Is hereby Declared A. D. 19OS, and,until his'successor Is' wish them boa voyage a ik

the urgent necessity for providing a trict No. 17 is over and nothingcan elected to the office of alderman elected'and qualified.For I monlal sea.

system of transportation that will be hoped for now; yet common from ward No. 2 until the general city tax colecter there were I .a

supplement the railroads. The or- civility requires that I extend to my city election In May A. D. 1909, thirty-two votes cast at said election : -:Mrs. S. Joyce, 189 'SiIJII!

ganization's crusade will be greatly friends my best appreciation for the ,and until his successor is elected and of that number J. S. Kinkald received Claremount. N. tt. write:: -

strengthened by the activltites of the support they gave me In said election qualified.For thirty-two votes and the said J. S. a year ago I bought trsfcS

commission which will undoubtedlyaid and to reach them all conveniently alderman ward No.3, there KIrkald Is hereby declared elected to I Foley's Kidney Cure. R-

the plans of Capt., J. F. Ellisonof it must be done through the were thirty votes cast at said elec- the office of city tax collector until a severe case of Bfcef**<

Cincinnati, secretary of the National -; Democrat.My tion, and of that number J. E. Wood I the general city election In May A. several years' stand- **]

r Rivers and Harbors Congress. In opponent, CoL Johnson's ma- received thirty votes, and the said J. D. 1908. and until his successor is Is a grand, good medi

building up, a still greater member- jority in the entire county was 13 E. Wood is hereby declared elected to elected and qualified. heartily recomend it''. CJ

t, ship.The votes, and when I consider that my the office of alderman from ward No. For'city bond trustee there were -
I U. S. Public Health and Marine precinct majorities come largely 3, until the general city election in thirty-one votes cast at said election,

l;: Hospital Service has finally rundown from the rural districts, and that the May, A. D. 1908. and until his succes- of that number C, A, Hardee received -

I' and labeled the yellow fever vote from said districts was so very sor is elected and qualified.For thirty-one votes and the-said C. A. I Several deaths" bYe c t'i

F bug. The germ Is declared to be In small, on account of the great pressof alderman ward No.4, there Hardee Is hereby declared elected to :Live Oak and 3nwann t 1n

reality a bug shaped much like a work now upon the farmers and were thirty-two votes cast at said the"'office,.of' city bond trustee until ''in i the past month thst

question mark, as a result has been while having good weather for working election, and of that number D. G. the general city ejection In May, A.|t gloom over ,the entr

named Its Dr. A. M. their crops. They felt that they Bardin received come U c&lw
f by discoverer. thirty-two votes, and D": 1910, and until J\ls successor Is I When we "fJIJi

Stimson, "interrogans." The discovery could not spare their time to come the said D. G. Bardin is hereby declared elected and qualified. situation we are left '"

t is announced from the latest Issue out to the polls.I elected to the office of aldar- 'Having finished I things have changes
thee:business which .1a 8 t
! of the Public Health reports, andis say when considering these man from ward No. 4, until the gen- called the council together on mo- are now comparatively s

considered on of great Importance, things, I can hardly believe that the eral city election in Mal A. D. 1808. tion, council adjourned. 'of manhood. but wkOi WI ,

; as it will give the health authorities successful candidate is the real choiceof and until his successor is elected and D G. BARDIN, *''ed the allotted' mIJdtOI'kon t'Ln'D

f of the Southern states a basis on the Democracy of "old Suwannee qualified. Attest: the verge ,ol.ths' tem.
j F which to work in fighting the disease. county," and hence can but feel thatI For alderman ward No.6. there S. P. MAYS City Clerk. .' men supplant tie older 1<

The "interrogans" Is not a formidable am as greatly to be complimented were thirty-one votes cast at said vocations. Diseases. t

. looking germ for he Is only one- as he upon the result. I mean to election, and of that number W. J. OVERFLOW LOCALS.- ': times were considered tdtS

I sixth of a microne in breadth, and a be sure, when we can leave off the Hillman received thirty-one votes, i serious, and oftlmel

tr microbe is Just one-millionth part of consideration of the primary emolu- and the said W. J. Hillman Is hereby -Kidney complaint kills more people ; fie the skill of our BH* '

: a meter. ments of position, and come to the declared elected to the office of alder- than any other disease. This is due physicians, notyf ttjff

F Commissioner Mitchell, who repre- "friend to friend" appreciation which man from ward No. 5, until the gen- to the disease being so Insidious thatIt ::I vancement of ph7 is

sentts the State of Georgia at the dwells In a different chamber of the eral city election in May, A. D. 1909, ge tsa good hold on the system be- ; boil the matter dod tt'II'I

Jamestown Exposition Is In Washington soul. and until his successor is elected and fore It Is recognized. Foley's Kid one who has :reP.f ei

" this week and spreading the Quite a number of voters said that qualified.For ney Cure will prevent the development I i milepost might u yeD

; glad tidings that within sixty days they would not support me because I alderman for city at large, of fatal disease if taken In time. ': burial plot and be J C

I tbe big fair will be the great successIts was needed where I am on the boardof there were thirty votes cast at said i City P armacy. d-w. :1 therein at any time. jJ

t founders Intended it to be. At county commisloners. This, too, is election, and of that number Dr. T. '! earthly prospects art 1i

f the present time he says, the Exposition encouraging to know that I am ap- S. Anderson received thirty votes, Miss Cora Spearing who Is a stud- are absolutely J1Il. IJ *

, Is not very much of a show city preciated where my friends have and the said T. S. Anderson is here- ent of the Southern Business College 1 not believe in the &

, for tbe delay by Congress in passingthe placed me. If I had been situated by declared elected to the office of is acting as stenographer for- that all men Ibo.14 te I

last appropriation cast a blight so that I could have hired hacks,I alderman for city at large until the the law firm of Butler *jj Ha&ee?when they reach th.j

t on building operations, so that the buggies etc., and hauled voters to general city election In May, AD, Miss Cora is one of Live Oak's most years-but neT '

opening in the latter part of last the polls the result might have been 1909 and. until his successor Is f
,. jadies. usefnla
young and It Is period of
month decidedly different but. nevertheless friendsas I elected and qualified.
t .was premature. pleasure to the Democrat to note that
Several of the big architectural otherwise. For city marshal, there were thir her course in the Southern r
: firms of the country have been spec- I am yours to command ty-three votes caSt at said election of College

lallyl'n.'ited to furnish plans for the W. A. TISON. that number W. H. Lyle secured advances her to'. the respOnsible OL
position she now holds the

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