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 10, 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
30.294444 x -82.985833


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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ltting them at the persons were wired last night. H. E =

',.woUld have to be of Carter is judge O. O. McCullum 1 i

conventional length 4 solicitor and Nim Hawkins- clerk.

being threshed out .i sk There was some opposition to the

','lessens. 'The house / tPp candidates but the original slate was'

and though / carried and no one is particularly dis-
pil today,
appointed. Judge darter is a k f
i Deceived a majority / :((5/ young
,; to get the ,required : .5 man who was admitted to the bar :

i la order to be submitted / here seven years ago, and bears an -

_ excellent reputation as a jurist and I
f resolution Mr. i. will no doubt make an excellent I
t,was a by
that the consti- judge. O. O. McCollum is one of our j

be;BO amended as tot i i leading attorneys of the firm of

taxes for public educates ; /- / Carter & McCollum and his ability

and negroes upon, 1 p / as a solicitor is unquestioned. Nim

Hawkins, son of ex-sheriff Hawkins,
1 each.
.tbe,taxes paid by /
and a young man thoroughly con-
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versant with court matters is clerk

and will 'make an excellent official.
1 the
vas on proposition s
establish The first term of the criminal
ew to a system
court of record will be held on the ,
,ud referendum. The
second in ,and
Monday June
everytw.o f.
rot this was Z 5 to ZZ.o .
.4 _months thereafter.' This court .
refused today to pass
[ by Mr. Smith for theHealth ,- will have jurisdiction over all crimes
4f' J ., 5;. _' '._---W1iams .in Philadelphia Ledger }In this county of a lesser offense than
: that
giving _n. __ r --.--- murder and4it will start out with a
I,powers; the right to
IIsort vaccinationtltfag LUMBER PLANT IS WIPED OUT. Results of Jacksonville'irima'EJec.tJon. ; HE IS MORE THAN $9,000 SHORT. big docket as the establishment' of
$ "''X".ie'blU I'' this court 'carries with It. all cases ;
; was so. ':
Fire at Valdosta-A Loss of t (!doming its jurisdiction now on
amendmcats that the By S ._ Jacksonville: Fla., May 9*--The Leading, Republican of Seattle Has under .
r that 'the stateshoaldbe'sibotis11ed. ;ii ]i. (75,000 Was Caused by. the 'following Is' the resultot the munic Fled'to Honduras. the circuit.court docket and in Jailor

.,' :.. 'j" Flames. '. .' ipal"prlmacsTiteM, ber6
'to t ::Indefinitely ,postP ,Valdosta, ,Ga., May 9.-The.,large For' Mayor-.Sebring-1 107;: .Bur- Rlpl ger.- for four "years city comptroller of The the grand term of jury.Suwannee" county-cir -

.. 4btaiied.." /. plant, ot,the;Valdosta Sash and Door bridge, &7S; Clarkson. 731 .,. republican candidate for-may- cuit'court"to convene here next.week ,
P 7latt ews; of, the ,house, : For Recorder-Ackerly 1,445;. or in the last, 'election and well
Company of,this ;
was wiped out win be relieved of a big docket.:e f -
hornat;;Starke .today.In fire West.. 1.725. known, la a defaulter In the sum of
this afternoon
by between & and minor offenses against the law and _
,):IK irafc days and For Thurber 980 than $9,000 It Is .
6 o'clock. The fire burned with Comptroller- ; more $ alleged.jast can give more time and attention .. .' .
i attack. Speaker Pro Gregory, $$6; Adams 742. night S. W. Carroll present
startling and had ,
rapidity covered
to the civil docket than haM"Iheretof =
of, Monroe Is presid- !the entire before For 'City' Marshal Douglas city, comptroller swore out a warrant:. '1 ,.
plant the firemen Tore been the rule the court.HOKE 3
oe. H j!f 1,284. Haddock.. 79 5j"Taylor. i ;% for the arrest of his predecessor.
reached the.scene, which was In the 'f' !
a i One honored custom HTterson. i*17. ,RIplinger is now in Honduras had I
extreme western part of the city SMITH
I.ession, of the "Third 1! For Treasurer- '.-2.18t-: '. in$ gone there from California more I BACKFROM
I fire started In a small house EUROPE
t'atrrhieli; the pages,' near the main plant from a spark Sebring"and Burbridge fo. mayor. than a.month ago. .
other attaches held forth I'I ThurLer ad Gregory for comptroller s
from the engine. Before ,the alarm : Governor-Elect and Mrs. Smith ReachNew '
resdon"ia .the representa- and Douglas and 'Haddock for
F On the Honeymoon, Too. .
could be Burned In it was communicated York. .
T1i..hall was filled to I l marshal will run it over In the second .
to the main building and fromone (New York World.)
performance, of the bogus primary New York May 9.-Aboard the
part of these buildings to another Creston,la., May 9.-Mr. and Mrs. which
: steamship Kaiser Wilhelm II,
. West. .A dims, Haddock and Iv- 8 '
like a prairie fire. The firemen had err tb> present incumbent:*. lvej. Hugh Taylor of Portland Ore., retired docked yesterday, was Hoke Smith '

JAIL DELIVERY a" hard battle .to,.save three or four has no opposition. ft| in a folding bed In a hotel here governor.:elect: of Georgia who has '

,I cottages .near the two which were t last night. Something went wrong spent five weeks In Europe in. connection
burned. with the bed's mechanism and It -
with to for
.Make Their Escape L'ENGLE'S BOND ESTREATED.' a arange
' heidi7 Night. I I The loss to the plant is about "folded,"imprisoning Mr. and Mrs. direct: transportation of immigrants;

[r$75,000; with.Insurance of $ 5:000, Taylor heads down, feet They
'?** t-TwelT Defendant Is to Be Tried for Criminal up. from; the; .other side to ports in Georgia. -
) the atrus -'[I in, .various companies. The plant Libel. would have been smothered; probably He was accompanied on the

their county Jail was practically new, having been had not a chambermaid heard Mr. trip by 'Mrs. Smith Major Williamson -
escape Jacksonville Metropolis.)
): Tuesday' built last year in the place of one ( Taylor's feeble cries; the door was president of the chamber of com
'M the
!lP sink In the Tampa May 9.-A special from
that was burned. It was fitted with broken open and they were rescued. merce of Savannah and Gunby Jor '
to the Evening News
WU old and the latest machinery and was one of Mrs. Taylor was unconscious but re- dan of the state immigration bureau, '::
that Judge Stewart has
.1it, t he.prisoners rusty and the best In the country. It had over says County vived in the fresh air. of Georgia. The latter two are Still '
estreated the bond of Claude
secured $ 5OOO'worth of lumber on the The Taylors are on their honey- In Paris.
'Ch.and'It was used L'Engle editor of the Tallahassee
ground much of which was destroyed. moon trip. They are very gratefulto
AII the link QP. who failed to for trialon
Sun appear
er. : The company had a payroll of the chambermaid and gave her a
h escaped except $$1.000. week and the destructionof five; indictments charging him beautiful gold watch today. HE GAVE MILLIONS
toe/ Urge to go with criminally libeling John A. BEFORE. DEATH.
plant Is quite a serious blow i
' *'*** 'm&d :" "One to the Graham and dispatched Deputy

'II IOOta ai hi bras 6irt ofresi 'city. Sheriff Young last night to Tallahassee DEAD. IN BED WITH, THROAT CUT Alleged That .'Silent" Smith Disposed -
.to The owners of the' plant were '
drift Graha n'. with capias to bring L'Engle to of $21,000,00011Ue Living.
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Messrs J. p. Coffee David Shaw W
IOUIeC him Blood Over Room Showed,He Walked
of the scape E. Thomas. E. P. Rose and other Bradentown immediately for trial. New York May 10.-James Henry

If&nh.prisoners is being made capitalists here. Its not .known.yet L'Engle had persented an affidavit After Being Cut. Smith, the millionaire who died in .

e whether It will be rebuilt 'or not. to the judge asserting that as he, Is Valdosta, Ga., May 9.-Steve Japan a 'few weeks ago leaving an

lOll. time Carter. who, wu The firemen made a ,hard fight Sate printer he could not leave Tallahassee Pearce a well known turpentine estate of an estimated value of $%.5.- -

.tIe refnstate'stor,wtllit. is against the flames bU,,it was, of, little but Judge Stewart ruled operator. of Crossland was found 000,000, gave away $27,000,000 to

Hay 10th. use. as the plant was doomed from this an Insufficient excuse and took dead In bed ,at McCranie's hotel yes- his relatives and to charity before his

the beginning apparently. ".. action as stated above. terday his throat cut and knife in death according to a statement made ,

R PEIJL'8Yh The 'people of Bradentown are hand. BlOOd over the room showedhe by one of the executors of the estate

very much Interested In this case. had walked about after the blow today. This executor;*whose name Is -

h t r h' ee Bwore DEMOCRATS SWEEP BALTIMORE I The charges made by L'Engle were was struck. The theory Is suicide not, )made public declared that Mr.

rf al Or4er to misstate taken up by the Democratic Execu- though there is some slight groundto Smith inherited $50.000,000 from his,

cbsnpss7 Republicans, Beaten All Along Line tive Committee of Manatee county suspect foul play. uncle the late George Smith and .

;kair p: Il>Sh his"at7basoa' In City Election. I and Mr. Graham was completely exonerated th-at there now remains of that'

1 D- Clay Pierce, Baltimore. 10.-The democrats after all of the evidence had Notice to Teachers. amount about $25,000,000 to be:divided -
d tf been heard. the heirs. .
: the Wgters7 among ..
:' tari'endered- swept the city In Tuesday's 1 Live Oak. Fla.. May 9. 1907. Acordlng to the executor the dif-

T municipal election. The purality of Notice is hereby given that the ference was exhausted in eight r
In T Indictment J. Barry Mahool No Fertilizer Trust. ." j' years
democrat mayor |regular Uniform Examination for mainly in gifts to Mr. Smith' rela-

b aa amdaflt be max over Timanns republican, be- Montgomery Ala., May 10.-The J I' teachers will take place at the Suwan- tires hospital and charitable enterprises -,

1erat'of the ing 4640. The democratic candi- fertilizer Investigating committee developed -:j nee High School building on Tuesday In England and America.",, .

of state dates for comptroller and presidentof at hearing this morning thata I June 4, A, D. 1907. All who expect
ate the itersP1erceltf amdavit the second branch of the council meeting of some sort had,been held:.I to take this examination will be on In the election held in Snwannee '

t will stand as follows: fertilizer manufacturers hand at 8 o'clock with
state of by Southern a. m.. pen. county last week. Col. J. B. Johnson .
d b uned Texfu! First ,branch democrats., 17; rev a short, time ago at Lithia Springs.. paper. Jegal cap ink; and certificateof was elected state senator over

e tb Ada that from publicans, Republican.gain of'one Ga.; tat official*i of fertilizer,,companies recommendation and, ,the usual Hen. W. A. ,TIson by majority' of

d&r it Second: branch with old members:I swore that no effort to con examination fee of one dolJar.Respectfu117. thirteen votes. There's F
nothing .
OI on- .
democrats 7; republicans %.'-"Democratic trol prices had been made nor agi- lucky., In the :r 11 j
MZ'y. : 13 ,jo o1tn-
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gain of one" < tation made to this effect. J. E. WOOD Supt. son-Jasper Newg.e r :


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i reading the description and H
tpwenU. Ho wound It up.In
- r word' picture aa you ever Shirts, Hose, Underwear. DR. J. W. WEST
Ladies and Gents Furnishings. We .
I wrote of the joy attending and .
Physician Surgeon.Office
: The compositor set.It up represent Watts Bros. Co., Lynch-
'and the next day one of the burg, Va., Success Lines. Successful : Carroll Building Ohio Avenue.
I best friends, who lived on R. merchants should have Success Residency at Ethel Hotel

t..took it aa personal, and goods in stock. One of salesmenwill l Phone:-Office.No.168. O
. lad stopped his paper and Residence NOB.S3 or 168.
1 ta mop the floor with the gladly show you the full line of Drug Store(Barclay A Groover Mo.IS.

_ &Ipet (Ala) News feel sure we can give you the
Success Goods I M.E.. BROOME, greatest satisfaction. 'There is an
added stiffness and a glorious gloss
The Life Insurance put upon our work that enhances the

Ui started the public to Success Shirts will surely sell ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of
.The linen. Bring Shirts, Collars -
wonderful your your
that&hard's .
success LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA.
( Horehound Success Underwear just do well, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs,White and
Syrup Will practice in all the courts: of the State. Special -
eruadei oa Coughs, Influenza, Success Hose and Success Ties attention given to Conveyance. Collection I i Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc.. to our
sad 1 all Pulmonary troub- Successful men and women get wise.. .of Rent too. ,,Etc. All buaineM promptly -j I/sundry, and you will have them
i tUrted the public to think- Watch for abit foot next week NOTAKT PcBUC STAn A?L.uuL i quickly and carefuly done In a satisfactory
,*i. wonderful manner at a satisfactory
> preparation.

lie tad aD, hoc using down and It.$with 190.Join sickness.the Sold pro-by live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.!! L. M. DIXON, I trice- -

_Drs: Co. d-w DENTIST. Live Oak Steam Laundry.
: : AND : PHONE 139.
Look Happy.'J Men at the Tea Table.It WORK. : SPECIALTIES.T. .
tM my to face the world TILLTHECOUCH
Is amusing to find that tea
People with smile M with AND CURE THE 'LUNCS
The drinking Is at last being defended._ J. LYLE
cherry woman finds .
***bs Before men took to tea drinking we
comfort to others Practical
sM used to be told that we were ruining, WITH Dr. King'sNew FOLEY'SI
'erica in
various help- I
'm4u.personal and char- our nerves and our digestions with WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
this "whisy-washy stuff" and one
others soon learn that aheLittle Discovery I 35 year's experienceGood
. can remember household where
heir faithful Ads. stock of Watches always on hand.
her M she enter their early morning tea and even the 4 fOUCHS Kto&)ifoa I HONEY TAR
to be FOR
ii aAd iyniPthUe8 with o'clock fortifier had positively OLDS Trial Both.Fret
rieIs- Young taken In secret. At the sacred hour AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES. I
milde their men and'now one finds every tea shop crowded -I GUARANTEED SATISFACUWtxOB CITY BARBER SHOP.We .
Pretty secrets .
with men.-LadY' PictorialWhen I MONEY BEyPNDEJXj The original
tnd '
a 'Older people have opened up a barber shop
i% to attentions she de-'i I I OB Ohio avenue, in the White building LAXATIVE cough remedy.
and solicit the patronage of the
your back aches it la almost
}+ !I Invariably an Indication that some-j white people. Shop is newly fittedup For coughs, cold. throat and Jung
zed Witch it and everything kept neat and troubles. No opiates. Xon-aJcoholic.
50t atereIy heal Hazel thing is wrong with your kidneys. j WALL PAPER clean. Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
on the surte5 Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause I The genuine
the pores and break down of the entire sys-I
p&i a I -- & Grifl FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR U lai ;
scald2 caused by tem. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder i McQueen n.mLmnoNEYA.1U ,Yellow package. Refuse fcubatitute
1s Cnq and skin Pills afford prompt relief weak kidneys When in need of nice wall paper i Prepared only by
5pecfwy good for backache inflammation of the call on H. H. PETTY, at TAP Foley tL Company Chicago;
t&t16n1. sold by bladder and all urinary troubles. I I
r k de Sold by City Pharmacy. CLINTON & MECKS MARKET. j Cure Co'U. t'.tt':4 Yeeu.noie.. City PharmacyJJLIVE 1

4 'OAK.JAlLfUVTOAOAILY D iMOCE.t-1'F,FRHAZ. .3AY-1- ... .. '.-
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t '
,I LIGHTS., n ,-

"f' .Published every Afternoon, |I I While grieving over the death of
Except Sunday. I pOWUNG1IARK. Suit
--+\t." i'Judge M.:,Dzialjnski Tuesday, the }
death oCol AJwt"Cockrell '
J. F.SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gr. [recent prfvtouy
-was.formally,announced in tows uPoT THE SUWANNEE tnrrar Have
Catered at the Postoffice, Live Oak :
[ the Circuit Court room. This is :6
Florida., as Second Class lIa1l1atJ j
j I time of sadness in our city, as both
Hotel and Cottages
1905. j Splendid
,ter. November T. Mineral Springs
!1[deceased gentlemen were prominentfigures ,
in our city and it is painfulto I BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNN1HC
: think that both should be suddenly .t:1.fe' t'-
THE D.ULY DEMOCRAT will be :;' stricken down within a few daysof 17MILESFROMLIVEOAK.ONLIVEOAKPERR.-
mailed,.to any part of the United each' other. They will be. sadly RAT cS. REASONABLE. &GULF.- CONNECTION AT UVE OAK WITH ALL,TRAINS at :q
... .
State, postage prepair. for $5.80 j i l missed from thetr respective 'places 'f" -a -
per :year; $.50 for six months; I' of business from public gatherings ADDRESS. ARK HOTEL DOWblN PORK. F ORIDf\\. UVE OAK ; -.j

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents where their voices mingled so cheerfully ... :1 ..' Iti
for fire weeks in advance Delivered I with those of their felowme -
HIS ".U>S.- ARE .4.
to of the city by HISTORIC EXHIBITS.
any part
and more than elsewhere they will !
carrier for 10 cents per week. I ,
i be missed in the.quiet home circle Overwork Waste of
where they were so devotedly loved Jamestown Exposition Has One Document TO :!

There is ,nobody smart enough:I and idolized for their purity of character forLaSr Breakers to Read. -Overstrained faculties ,

wfcen he grows up to lire up to th cheerfulness of disposition and. Among the historical exhibits 'at bring out the best
reputation his par DgaTe him elevated thoughts-and advice. the Jamestown Exposition is "a work Is always a waste of

when he waS a baby. Colonel Cockrell was a most emin- draught-of a most .remarkable docu though it may not seem to

k ent and successful lawyer, while ment of human government., It is first, eventually the sad .

Hon J. B. Johnson the newly elect- Judge Dzialnskl was. a just fair 'and the code, that made the' colony' at ways manifested. cut t.
; Districts 'merciful of Jamestownpermanent. j recreation to curtail the
ed Senator from the 17th dispenser Municipal
Snwannee--is a lawyer of ability. He ; Court Justice and a business man ,"On the'lQth, of Stay 1611.. it wasnailed sleep to postpone
assumed his seat in the Senate on whom alt honored and respected. .on the church door and proclaimed finitely 'to refuse to take

1I0n .-Madison New Enterprnse. Jacksonville and Florida have sustained by criers: : :case ,and cbange under iii
great losses in the*death of 1. Speaking against the Trinityor : sion that thus time Is '

The last session: of Congress appropriated these two men. Their life* work is articles of Christian faith- ways a short-sighted policy -

20.000,000. It is to be now ended and their familiar voices death. i fatal mistake. The
hoped that the Florida legislaturewill bushed but their good deeds still 2. Blasphemy against God--first when the poor, abused

not allow Information of this live and their examples are like bea- offence, -severe whipping, second,bod- their' revenge and refuse to

fact to cause Vain thoughts bother con lights to Guide the present and kin through tongue; third death. together,or do in so feeble
3. Deriding'God's word-death.i. as to show their
their minds.A coming generations. Jacksonville
Metropolis. Disrespect t to minister-thrice

Pennsylvania negro has been sen- whipped and apology in public three SEABOARD AIR LINE .

tenced to prison for a year for car GOOD THINGS IS LIFE."I Sabbath days.

rying a razor. And yet Pennsylvania see positively nothing in life to 5. Failure' attend Sunday" ser- Special Occasions.
boasts of having helped to, give be happy about" said the morose vice--first offence, loss of attendanceone Convention and Auxiliary
freedom Atlanta life is habit. One dull week; second same plus whip- _
to that negro.- man. "My a Richmond, Va May 1 -
Journal. I routine of working, eating, sleeping ping; third, death.
I working eating sleeping." 6. Murder. adultery, rape sodomy Account of the above

Why not stop all this fuss about I Truly there Is nothing so dull as perjury=death. announce round-trip rate of
the "unwritten law" by' having a :ONLY working eating, sleeping. Andso 7. Robbery of church or store; plus twenty-five cents in

member of the Florida Legislature far the morose man was right. treasonable speech against the King tickets 'to Richmond Va.;
this rate being on sale from
write the blamed thing.-Live Oak .But this man was laboring under a -death.
Democrat. And then let it be like :delusion that the zenith of all earthly 8. Slander ,or unfitting speech until 16th, Inclusive, with 3

all other laws-seldom enforced.- 'ambitions is money and the kind of against the Virginia Company of to leave Richmond fifteen 4

Miami Metropolis. Hope you don'tmean :pleasures it brings. London its council committees of- date of sale. However i

to throw insinuations at our i When work is made a pleasure, ficers, representatives, or against ing with certain conditions
pardoning board? then it ceases to be work and is re- any of its decrees or orders-first of- payment of fee of 11.00. an

:creation. When one is not thankful fense, whipping 'and public apology;. of this limit to June 17th

Quite a number the state papers I:for the bountiful stpply of food on !second! galleys for three years; third procured.

published in -dry" counties display his table then he is not as well off as same; fourth, death The 'Seaboard has been

hostility to the Humphreys: state pro the poor peasant who: sincerely thanks 9. Unauthorized trading with the the official route for

,liibitloa proposition.-Times-Union. God for the crust of black bread be- Indians( ; robb'ing an Indian comingto meeting. Those having i s

Yes!: and by the way we notice quite :tween him and starvation. And sweet trade; rendering the false accountsby in band were evidently ___"-.I

a number of papers published in I are the dreams of him who is thankful any officers of colony; mariner reacting the decision to 1

"wet",counties displaying admirationfor : for,a shelter'and bed to rest himself selling at higher rates than fixed by line by some of the i-M.E....-CLOTH w.a w'
the Humphreys state prohibition after a hard day's labor. governor or council; killing any tures of our service -

proposition. f There are many good things in life domestic animal or fowl without con .among these being our dou
that the millionaire does not perceive sent of the Governor:-death. service with through getting c

The newspapers that are proposing .I as he goes hurtling along the highway 10. Failure to keep regular hoursof sleepin gears. assorts

capitol removal should examinea i in his ponderous auto. And these work for the colony-first, offence, Our people with an Idea
list of state capitals and note how I same things are the ones that make to lie neck and heels together all ing delegates to this and ; Sack Sa

few of them are ever heard of except the poor man happy. night; second, whipping; third gal- ,ventions held In ) ,exaij;

when tile: legislature" is in session. I Because there Is real ,pleasure In leys for one year.- portunity for visiting the and tier

The exceptions ,prove the rule.- winning one's daily bread, a pleasurein 11. Running away to the Indians; I Exposition have perfected
Times-Union. The Jacksonvillee Me- I being tired, a pleasure in having robbing gardens,of Flowers .or veget-j rangement 'whereby' the j i

tropolis, and Times-Union made a I responsibilities and duties. The good ables; stealing'corn, or other grain-!tion of tickets reading ii"V are the h '
desperate effort a few years ago to things of life are within reach of all. death.. j' mond are honored from for
secure this same State Capitol. At I We cheat ourselves of the good 12. Refusal to go to the minister Va., without additional

that time they thought it was well things of life by not recognizing them. for rellglo Instruction-first offence I alone certainly makes the be an

worth fighting for. For the only good things that are whipping; second whipping especially attractive. of know

the fruit of heaven, won by sac- twice and apology; third whipping There Is a movement n

A woman can make a dollar go rifice and the price of being good to daily until public apology and con- 'I to have the Florida Baptists seen, bccgisj

father than a man. So far in fact others and thankful to God-Cincinnati trition. : I i In Jacksonville, moving wi k

that you never see it agal .-Allanta PostSenator 13. Fraud of any baker cook, or ,on the same train, one
Journal. True, but she always fishman employed by the colony-f a body.This: too will m k

makes, the, man:go after the dollarso Dorman of Suwannee first offence.loss of ears; second more pleasant. .

that in the, last. analysis this man I would have the State Capitol removed galleys".one year.' ; third, galleys three

is of more consequence and ""goes to Live Oak. Mr. Dorman's bill years. ORDINANCE XO 5 : i i +
farther" especially If be has'to II is one of several of the same kind This was the code used three hun- [ I ClO"
dred to make men An Ordinance attending
years ag o good. It .
chase the dollar that he can't see.- I that have been introduced in the Three (3) of Ordinance
Orlando ,Reporter Star. True. But Legislaturefrom time to time, but was truly the surtvival of the fitest. ing entitled "An ordinance "
the average woman also makes themgo I the Capitol still remains on a red It must have been after reading such I I salary to be received by noted<

faster than the man can chaser hill in Tallahassee and old Leon. history that Auxly wrote, of the City of Live Oak J better rt
ful men, once .ThOUght-1 proved October 6, 1903.
escaped from
them Miami,Metropolis. ." I There is no question of it being ing of '| Be It Ordered by the rett<
badily out of the way, but it is there Influences. prejudIces City Council of the City of ,
I will find in the lowly stock fit M
A minister in Orange, N., Y., is reported and very likely to remain, so let'stalk Florida: er
whence man has sprung the best Section 1. That Section
about something more Interest-
as having made 140 calls on
: evidence of the splendor of his capacities of Ordinance No. 11 of
his; parlshnloners on New Year's day. ing and profitable.-Mlaml Metropolis. Live Oak +
; and will discern, in his long Florida, being The gann*|
"Assuming that-: .there!. were twelve From the way you talk, "Mr. ance entitled "An
taikabout progress through the past, a
hours during which he could gain en- Metropolis, we prefer that you reasonable the salary to be received prove it.
trance into Ihe/homes of his :mock, something else if its just the ground of faith in his attainment ficers of the City of Live
; of a nobler future." '
he had five u,minutes to travel from oneouae'to' same to yon.Suwannee. -Tropical- ida, approved October 6, -
Sun. and the same Is.hereby
another and'.make each call.
as to read as follows: .
.Il'hb' reminds..ns of the farmer who county Is evidently grow.: ''f ; (Section 3.) The City SpnrJ .
said to a neighbor that he had set one Ing because of the fact that a Crimi- Squaw of the Period. shall receive a salary of in b&ndS'

of his hens on" tOO eggs, "Why," inal Court of Record has beenorwill (From the Atchison Globe.) vper month aa City and
and br.P.s
: the sum of
said the neJ.ghbor.a. : ilea couldn't seton be-established there. This In Leavenworth yesterday Curley I month as Sanitary Ten ,to
400 eggs." "1 know: i(*was the would indicate growth because'as Owsley.. .a:Creek Indian woman{ shot City of Live Oak Florida ,

reply, "but wanted ,to.see the old population grows crime increases. The and fatally wounded a man; she Section II. That this ShirtsS, rt 0
thing try to spread herself." judge and solicitor of the new court claims that he insulted her. The Indians I to take effect Immediately *nd .

have not yet been named.-Madison have dropped their blankets for passage Passed and by the approval City by styS

That former a president of the Senate New Enterprise. Yes, Suwannee dress suits; their tomahawks were 22nd day of April, A. D. .oe.'
will figure prominently in the county is growing but we cannot ,see discarded years ago for guns; for CHAS. H. fancy J'

next Senatorial race, is a foregone that crime has increased. The court years they have lived in houses with Attest pres. City double
conclusion.' In fact if Dame Rumon was established because recommended art windows instead of in tents and S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. sash

can be entrusted, Mr. Adams will ap- by the grand jury and county their daughters play the piano and I. S. p Mays City

pear before the people of his native commissioners and they believed the the sound of the tamtam Is forgtoten City by certify of Live that Oak the Florida, S t J Op.r.; II
establishment of such a court in this but nothing they have
State with the request that he be giv- done so well going Ordinance No. f8'
en the seat of Senator Mallory at county would result in a consider- Illustrates their readiness to adoptthe ly passed by the City was "windoW' "

Washington. The friends of Mr. Adams able salvng to the tax-payers In cir- manners of the civilized peopleas 22nd day of April. 1907 ands

contend and the contention is cuit court costs. this action of an Indian woman in same Mayor is for hereby his approval.certified. -

substantiated by many of the best shooting a man. She had heard that Witness; my hand J
Vr political prophets in, Florida, that in From present Indications it will not white womanjdld Jt that it had be- City this April 22, 1907. "
a:whirlwind the latter would, don the be many days before the legislaturewill come fashionable as elbow sleeves, so (Seal) S. P.
senatorial toga so becoming the personality have up a lively fight our the when slrR:;gottma4fi"t aman- ahe'adoptelt

ot4Jh e-statesman'from Pensacola. "wet'1 and 'dry'! measures now,pending yie. fashion. by pulling the Examined and approved
Z 3rd
.-Gainesville' Son 'before that body.. trigger. ; : ., .m day qf M.April E. BROOME 19,11. ., 0U""E

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'live Oak and 'Suwannee' : LADIES EMPORIUM

,Gathered crit Reporter by the Demo- .

Queen Quality Ultra

f obpBM at Mrs. Bache'a. 3t Is now complete with a full line of I

her Ladies and Children's 'Shoes and
fir,of Lake City was Oxfords Pumps and Sandals.

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lf&-Boberson returned fromAmrnons Queen Quality $2.50 to $4.00 Black Cat '- -. $1.00 :.:

:Ultra 3.50 and $4.00 TO

Dittman's $2.OO i
and daughter were Brockport ,- S2.50 and, $3.00 '

z e ptng.yesterday. Special Service $1.50 and 'S2.Q0 Special Service for Children. i

l-C.; Lyle *or' everything73t for Ladies F. J. Fox Infants Soft Soles 35c to 60c i

Remember we don't handle Men's Shoes, but have a very complete line for Ladies, Children and i iit

I1 yton& of Peacock, is in ::
Infants. Satisfaction Guaranteed. '
J today on business: !

to Jacksonville +
srwn went

_on bnsiaess.of THE LADIES' EMPORIUM

Starke, Fla.. wasmorOfng : 'PHONE 159. L. S. ;HARVARD, PROPRIETOR McCall and Home Journal Ptterns

t +< \ in in 1111 m 11 n I..MI n m in 11 i i u 111 M*+* .+*M>n III i in ILtIII1 O.l'J__ III tlll.-UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'. U.
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feu hare,electrical troubles For new or. second hand Bicycles Every one is in slumberland but Walking up Howard street today, I I Mrs Chas. Rogers left for Melrose

t Lyle. Phone 85. 1p.Bowlaad see J. C, Lyle. Repairing done you. How foolish. Get one ot our just west of Chinese laundry we .today.

promptly. All work guaranteed. White Knight Matresses and join the noticed a new store just opened, and .

of Clayland, was Phone 83. : 7-31 majority. J. B.. Barton & Co., H. L. on inquiry, found it was run' by the ,All the business houses 'and resi-

r'on business. Campbell, manager. old reliable, Alex. Parker Phone
Miss S. A. Randell is spending sev- dences are now being numbered, the
eral weeks, with her sister. Mrs. Syd ? work of the business portion of the
Blackburn 'went down iortiU W. H.. James, of Inverness, wh '
HI elYr of Live Oak.-:-Madison New city being: completed this morning.Photographer .
has been the West-Coffee
morning. building Dr Yates showed this week .
Enterprise. us -+----
\fe?& mill there, here last his
was night on
three good sized rocks taken from Williams has
rut to sell see J. M. Bailey way to Delph to erect a mill there. re-
tfN WANT.ED: -Waste land in large I Peacock Springs In Suwannee county, turned from Levy county, where he

ifetsed auctioneer..... He sells. tracts. Title must be perfect. which have every resemblance of a went, into the denseness of the Gulf _
Now is the time. nice
to that
,. -- buy I
Star fish, the star being plainly visible ,
Address, Box 282. North Yakima. hammock, and brought back some
wife went to Ctandalier for See "
4"C Mattoi and your parlor. J.
each rock. In all
Wash. d3twltDr. on probability splendid views.
this morning. ,C. Lyle for the most line
a_a eoanty, : complete these rocks, which are of a hard surface -
ever .carriedin ve'Oak. Phone
L. C. Ruter, who is now a citi- 8 were at one time fish but now *
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
Judge White goes to Lake 83. i .J 7-3t .
zen of Live Oak spent last Thursdayand : petrified into a hard, sound and solid -
"Cur little boy had for five'
o* on a visit to relatives. ,. ., eczema
rock, of freak of
Friday, in Madison.-Madison leaving course a Hen"riet-
: A fine line of beautiful embroideries years, writes N. A. Adams
nature, showing them at one time to
C4aaser. of Tallahassee New Enterprise. I to be offered; at reduced prices be live creatures.-Madison New En I I,Ita, Pa. "Two of our Lome- doctors

ioining. en route tot i next week. Let usfurnish you some I said the case was hopeless, his lungs
Opening of Midsummer Hats Monday terprise.
being affected. We Cl>employed
pretty pieces at a..bargain. Mrs. G. I
and Tuesday at Mrs. G. A. 'I.A. Lyon. 103tH. I other doctors, but no benefit resulted.By .
Lyons. Beautiful patterns. Come There is an organization in Live !
tioke meats and groceries; I .. :' chance we- read about Electric
s--'"tI2. '*. AT'Parlcer. and see-them., 10-3t yak known, as the' Federation of Bitters; bought a bottle and soon
proi : L. U\b.e'lnew '
Campb : '
manager Trades of m 'han-J I
ti; d-4-6t composed wholy ntlced improvement. We continuedthis
for the Barton Furniture ,
white i ; .,Company ics. Last night held meeting I
All my flowered lawns and they a medicine until several bottles
r is the right man in the right place.
V. P. Creekmore. of Well- goods will be, marked down during :I As an advertising., 'writer, he is far and a banquet followed. The J were used, when our; ,boy ,was, completely -
3'-* '*; next week. These are rare bargain. city editor of the Democrat was cured.Best.of. all, blood
m been visiting here, reI1ome above the
-yesterday. :Mrs.. G. A. Lyon. 10-3t i average aroused from his sumbers. and partook medicines and body building:'health

of the refreshments served touicj. Guaranteed .at Barclay &
For the best Electric made,
"parker Miss Fannie Sanford who has been Lamp which were particularly fine, the ice Groover Drug Store.- 50c, d-w
ask telephone J. C.: Lyle. Phone 83.
visiting her brother at Mayo, was cream being the best we have tasted x
ge. Call phone 212 for Every'lamp guaranteed: to have a uni-
I here this morning en route to heihome for years. This organization promises LADIES -
sad groceries d-4-6t form life of seven hundred hours
at Fort White. to be a powerful one in Live
with a consumption of current of T adies. I have just bpened a'dress
Oak and every mechanic should become
I T.C, Bradford returned from fifty"watts. If you.have a meter this making room in the Lewin building,
If love wife, prove it. a member. Their lodge roomis
you your '
t to Lire Oak Thursday of is interesting to Vdui: 7-31 and will be glad to serve you. Satisfaction -
in the Alrth building,
Buy her that porch furnltue. J. B. upstairs
-Madison New Enterprise. guaranteed. Give me a trial.
Barton & Co., H. I. Campbell, over Bailey's auction store, and they MRS. KIGHT.
-Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is beat meet .every Thursday night.
jtjw manager.
vast draylng done ? ,
kcarried or a for women and children. Its mild ,
to the* depot, right .
and makes it .
action pleasant -
*P 0 12) WN.. Boatright.moui | WANTED- :Waste land. in large .preferable to violent purgatives suchas Dr. S. H. Butch of Ocala, who has

tracts. Title must be perfect. been at Tallahassee, was here this.
Box 282, North Yakima. pills tablets etc,. Get the booklet F1oiMa Book fliltI N Net's CO.
Address O
barber shop on and a sample of Orino at City Phar- morning on his way home,. Dr.;; .
wane his been cicely paint* Wash d-w.! Blitch is one of the best citizens j

fcMt',sad presents a pretty apH'uraished -. macy. .; Florida lays claim to, and he!' is well '
Dr. Pasco left this morning for and favorably known all over, the
F. M. Spiller, of the Industrial
Bartow, where the Orlando District state. We remember several years

and unfur- Church, South is now in session. He Record at Jacksonville, who has been ago when he was shot by a crazy IT'S A
In town for several days in the Interest -
Joojn,; address "R" in care expects to return, on Monday. man at BUt hton. and for several
of" the special. Immigration
tf 1 I weeks his life was in the balance.
at I edition of that paper left for Tallahassee I' NOVEL IDEAi9'w
Wants position
PRINTER Not a paper in the state but what recorded
'i4 ash I today. Mr. Spiller is a
: once. Can give best of references his condition regularly, and

r 'Sale to ability. Wire or write 'A. L. L"I, hustle represents one of the very all rejoiced upon his recovery. His

In care of Suwannee Democrat, Live best papers In Florida. assailant committed suicide by driv-

'Oak. Fla. 'I! 'J ing ,a large nail In his forehead, I -
t'- I which was one of the most remarkable -'"

WAr-"fED-Waste land in large cases of self destruction ever '"

D AND UNIMPROVEDtflteal tracts. Title must be perfect. WeddingPresents known. Dr. Blitch is a good friend

= Address Box 282' ', North Yakima. of the editor of the Democrat and

Wash. d3twltW. he prizes that friendship as a priceless -
i; jewel. -
J Estate G. Jones, of Cordele, Ga., D. I

: W. James of Ashburn and A. J. FOR THE 1!'
Rev. C. A. Ridley has been suffer-
Singleton. W. L.- Rawls, .R. J. Wilson -
4 'BRIDES ing with an attack of rheumatism for
and H. S. Todd. JUNE
FLmSEL. ot.-Inverness. 'the past several days but are gladto
Fla., were here yesterday. They are report him better. He goes to
t all mill builders and were on their
.. :, j Richmond Va., next week as a delegate -
way to West Florida. Or those who choose | to the Southern Baptist Conven- But a joking friend of ours says that

the month of May. Just i tion..and will be absent from the city authors must be greater animals be-
The Baptist Young Peoples Union of look in at our exquisite .
Diamond Pins Brooches about ten days. He expects to take cause "their tales come out of their

FeIik America will hold its sixteenth annual and Rings. Watches, in the Jamestown Exposition while heads." I hunted, but then we have

convention in the city of Spokane; Bracelets Etc. Everything away. He has recently received a many tales they send into other people's

Washington, on July 4-7. Railroadsoffer ,in Jewelry. Our : pass through the entire grounds of heads and what a vast amount of

PROPERTY a rate of half rate from Chicagoand ; customers. are .'always-', the exposition on account of being amusement and instruction books af-
IIWITH; other northern points. I : one of the commissioners from Flor- ford! As disseminators of the world's

ida, appointed by Governor Broward. best and greatest literature, :we solicit V
Us. Fred Hugger has got on his work- While away, he will perfect the details your trade.LIVE .

rim ing clothes now and is pushing the of the coming evingelistfc

new hotel. When Fred gets down to" this led by Dr. Len
in city
business, there Is something 'doing)' campagin G. Bronghton of Atlanta. Mr. floi( o BOO elf N News CO.

in the building line, yet he occasionally The Jeweler Ridley.announces as his subject for '.

finds time to. go on...a'fish fry "- Sunday morning:. "God's Great ArmyIts ;"

and then. 'you Just ought to-see him tM: OAK fl A ," Victories.and Mistakes.." C. c. COOK, prep.=
:'Rooi>t 3, eat! t- T1

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Live _
HILLS. Oak .
M' -

Hundred Morris County Farmers,
scan Dow>a ClDl'l'&L'IDI&
'Manufacturers of .
Armed to Teeth Chase a Devastating 4

Brute. Lights ,No.L lid
Lumber, Shingles-;- Ice; Electric ; aTATloNaSandas
(New York World.) t

A trick bear that used to dance at Power and Turpentine.Electric Da 7a --

the order; of Its peripatetic masters

escaped from them ten days ago and 130& m f 10 p. !- Lis Oak---,..... .. ,
Lights m fl!.' !:art of the city furnished for Residence Lys a
has been playing such mean tricks '
7 50 a t U p

on the Morris county farmers that Business. House a* *erv reasonable rate. Electric ,Power-. I 56 Lyl' .. .Stookky s
06 a s p lit
they are dancing with rage. In the day and night current r'manufacturing purposes. Ly t ..:_ B4z4
$ a m a $6 P ID
mountains between Boonton and But-
orders have special attention 3 so am' IS p III Ly. ..,._..Sirklaai- *g
ler one hundred men are hunting,the Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City

bear, which has killed stock stolen and all orders promptly filled. 19 P_ Az.Ly.

honey and frightened school children low ceiling and s 50 u _...
We will give you good prices on grade .10. M ... ....... ....Lorsvina.' ,_..
m _
A bear In
out of a year's growth. all
flooring. Come and get our prices. 9 30 a lit Ly --Lar54-, __ I J
fine In when It
rery, a menagerie, but .
9 50a- lit Ar.
= Is roaming the untr1'-wen., there ""
10 00 'm m 4 20 p lit Ly. -k
Are mighty few pupils in the little ." ilOlBam
City Council of the City of Live Oak. City Council of the City of Live.Oak, 4 u pm LL- -.Sawsaaeeliiv _....-- .., sas
school-houses there nowadays. 1B --- i
Florida a
Florida: : -Neod- .a
Its masters made the bear dance Section la. That Section lk Section Section 1. That Wilbur street lathe 10m a m1 .3O.IDLY a..Z.I. t .

and collected pennies at Charlottes- 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. City of Live Oak Florida., as It Loss am. to p. Az.__-- .Ka7o--_....=---t.I .
and ... ....... t x
be opened extended L-.. .
now stands, e
burg on April 15. Two days after- 16 of the City of Live Oak to UW
side of *
established from the
ward the bear had answered the call Florida being an ordinance entitled Ohio in said City fifty feet sv alD I- =
avenue .
"An ordinance to prohibit the run-
of the wild and was. the whole showin ning at large on the streets of the in width, at right angles White with streetin said : : : : .... :.!t: I
itself. Ohio avenue eastward to 1 1u
City of Live Oak. of horses mules. -
the said Cityo LY_..... --K__ .
Haring collected an apronful of. I'o q and poatv and to provide for White's Addilton 10 a- m 4 42. p. ID 1.5 t ts. ,
the Live Oak. the northern boundaryof I Ly !iI._ Pedr- at11
the Impounding and disposing of
eggs in her hen-house. Mrs. Giles same.** approved October 6. 1903. be which said extension shall be a 20 aID. 49 p. L9 "V1 f.4 sU .

Romer was returning to her home on and the same are hereby amended so line drawn at right angles with Ohio 25 a ID. 5. P DLY--u.Sa1ta..L------:4 hl..r! .

:. Mine Hill, near Greenpond, when the as to 'read as follows: ,.avenue frem a point on the eastern Utla.610.m I -
side of Ohio avenues directly opposite t.. -4'th f
bear lumbered toward her. Mrs. "Section 1. Horses mules hops! j
+I to the northern bounadry of Wilbur 545. 11'1 pmfLv Chary... ----.-._.,,....Lw.i. t}
and shall be allowed to run
goats not ..
Romer fell
terrified stumbled
ran, ; alleys I i I street, as it now stands, running at m1Lv ,
at large upon any of the streets OS aIDS Zl P KAeer- J'
Instantly the eggs were beyond of I I rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 tIt4
lanes unenclosed ,
or property
;- scrambling. But Mrs. Romer scramb- the City of Live Oakland that cows :j. feet to White street In White's Addition II a.. 535 PIDLY-" .,- =3 I..

: led to her feet and continued her shall not be allowed to run at large I.1 in said City ,of Live Oak, Flo*- It aID i 4a p m L,. _......... ... t
ida. excepting therefrom three feet U 111UU \' h
flight. As she locked her, kitchen upon any of tbe'streets.. lanes or I i across the northern side of the S 50 p mAr I -P1ft7__ _.... 7t
the said
public highways o{ City or
door she saw the bear greedily lap- other unenclosed premises, within IJarshley family burial grounds, :-l. .r

ping up the "Oeufs a la Bruin." the following boundary In said City which within is included the iron in said fence descriptionand inclosingsaid (d) Telegraph or Telephone Station U) Flag Station, (r) BegiMee, W"1a

The bear next visited Hank Stile's of Live Oak. Florida to-wit:
burial grounds. 4* acy Statioa 'L P. esros.......
farm five miles from the Romer place. Beefnnig at a point where Irvin Section II. That condemnation ante Genera Sr Agent
and First streets intersects and run-
Hank raises honey. At the first view proceedings shall be instituted in the
ning south to where Irvin and Car- I
he got of the bear it was scooping the roll streets intersect thense east to, name of the City of Live Oak In ac-
cordance with the of the TO THE
honey from a hive it had overturned. Houston street thence south along provisions
Statutes in such case made and provided I
Houston street to John street thence
Hank grabbed his approached
gun of
for the purpose carryingout
east on John street to Church street
within fifty feet of the brute and fired the provisions of Section 1 of
thence south on Church street to cor-
two barrels of bird slu>t. His aim poration line thence east on corpora- this Ordinance. JAMESTOWNExposith'

was bad or the bear's hide is thick.It tion line to White street, thence Section III. That this ordinance
shall take effect upon its passage b,*
north Howard
on White street to
only growled, then kept on upset- the Council and approved by the
street. thence east on Howard streetto
ting hives and eating honey until it Mayor, or upon its becoming an
a point opposite Georgia avenue,
had emptied twelve. Then satiated thence north to and along Georgia ordinance without the approval of the

55 and stickier than a boy who has beenat avenue to the northeast corner of Mayor.
Introduced Alderman F. Ion
the Jam pot It struck out to the Bryson street and Georgia avenue Robertson and
passed by City
thence due north along section line
north across the mountains.A Council in regular session assembledon
to a point opposite Fifth street,
dozen or more little girls and thence west to and along Fifth streetto this 8th day of April A. D. 1907.

boys going to school at Jacksonville Atlantic Coast Line railroad, CHAS.. H. BROWN.

Crossroads, met the bear at a sharp thence southwest across Atlantic Attest President City Council. via the
Coast Line railroad to First street :
turn of the road on Friday last. As S. P. MAYS City Clerk. .
hence west along First street to
If to prove it had not forgotten Its point of beginning." I. S. P. Maya .City Clerk of the

training the bear got on its hind legs "Section II. It shall be the dutyof City of Live Oak, Florida do hereby AtlanticCoastLi
certify that the and
above foregoing
and the City Marshal any deputy
began to dance. The childrendid Ordinance No S7
>vas regularly pass-
Marshal or policeman of the said
not wait for the performance almost ed by the City.Council on the 8th day
City to take possession of and place
literally they flew over the in a pound to be provided for that of April. A. D. 1907 and the' same
U hereby certified to the Mayor for People all over Florida. see the Atlantic Coast Lkl!
fences shrieking, dropping books and purpose any horse; mule hog or goat *
: luncheons. So the bear breakfastedwell found by him or them running at his Witness approvalt hand. and of pie Folder" for schedules to Jamestown Expos& '

that day. Several persons saw highways large upon or any other of the unenclosed streets, City- this my 8th day. of April seal A.said D. tfaily trains each way, with through Pullman bufei'cars. t

the bear at a distance on Sunday; It within said City, and likewise 1907. .

stayed in its mountain hiding place. take possession of and place in said (Seal). S. P. MAYS.
City Clerk. Season sixty days and fifteen days limit ezcurriea
pound found him
Monday, and yesterday morning it any cow by or them Examined and
approved byme
went foraging to Thomas Doremus' running at large on any of the streets, this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907. on sale daily from April JOth to November SOthztlotf
alleys lanes public
highways or
farm near Taylortown-and found other: unenclosed property of said M. E. BROOME. Mayor.DGATIONU. Coach excursions at very low rates.

young pig. City of Live Oak within the bound ,

In a'pen were. a fine-bred Poland aries prescribed in Section I hereof." |# For further information see your nearest raid

China pig-mother and her twelve impounding,"Section VII.stock For under catching this ordinance and j D! or write. Frank C. Boylston District passenger l
piglets. Hearing a vociferous squealIng I learn JJook-k........ .er+earnKtG.
eanG oaeerrto
the City Marshal shall be entitled : jetTl o.....w IoCor7. lantic Coast Line Jacksonville[ Fla.
Doremus ran from his breakfastand to the following fees namely: Latta. eta Oran at eo.r.. rioroagltty. hq>> "Fx..a;
''eroLlo..J. r.. ,_. ....1._:. -.... ran.t .f
saw the bear Jump into the pen For catching and impounding horses, .... U if .--.. tree Lld.... LL.IUIaa T ye,IleA see

and grab a suckling pig. But the mules and cows fifty cents per head.oata ; -

robber did not escape as easily as it thirty cents per head hogs one
dollar per head. For feeding and Live Oak &
had expected. The mother-pig attacked taking care of such stock while in LIQUID COLD CURE Perry

it, ready to defend her young. The pound for horses mules and cows he.

combat was short-but sharp, and shall receive forty cents per day per 'I .AND---- Railroad Company.b
r-ead each for bogs or goats ten cents ?
ended only when a terriffic cuff killed
*er day per bead each; for advertis- LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUPTHE $
the poor mother. Then the bear, in ing and selling such animals be shall |I Schedule Effective April 7, 1007.

wanton cruelty, killed six more pig- receive the sum of fifty cents for

lets and, taking one in its mouth, de- horses;; mules or cows per bead, and WEST SOUND &Af
I. for hogs or goats the sum of twenty-I 1ST.CLASS ZD.CLASS 1sT.aAI e

parted. five cents per bead each. The word OftlfilNJU. Mail A Pawen-Frt. and Mad A.f"7;! 1
Doreman probably the maddestman THE Pasa. cer. Pass.
"hog" under this ordinance shall betaken i

In Jersey, summoned neighbors to include "pigs." Nw L sudsy NO.S. ftSlli

Section Ha. That this Ordinance S : Daily exSanday.
and far and
near taking guns Da+11. Only r.
shall take
and knives they into the effect immediately upon *
went moun-
its passage by the Council and approval A. K. P. ]Cd .)(. P,* :* .
tains., But up to dusk last evening by the Mayor as to mules Leave Leave Leave i Azri" ) RT'lIS

800 1 30 2 40 ._.._.__.._._Live Oak __ .:
they bad not run across the destruc- horses, goats and hogs. but shall not 8 13 1 43 2 S4 ......... ... Rocky Sink'. ..'..._.."....... 1 "
tive critter. eo into effect as to cows until 60 days 8 IS 1 48 3 0.-..... ............Starr..... ------------------e \ u 1
from its passage by the City Council. i, The B4 OTM Bloacom an* tbs'Bossy Bee 822 1 52 3 07 ..... ._f ..........Mercer.....-.__. .._..--..L 4 I I? Illfif n
Svary tu.. : 8251 1 55 3 15 .....:.. ..... _Platt............... .._... 4
Passed by City Council In regular
8 34] 2 04 330 LancasterDowliOK ... st '.
wss'on this 8th day of Anril. A. D. "A Cold or a Cough 8 39'Ar 2 09Ar, 3 40 .... Park.S I 1 For a cold or a.cough, take Ken- 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN, i ducea nearly-alvays pro- Ar 8 Lv 4 45.Lv 4 10 ..m..m... .......... Dowling ParkChancey _._.....-..Ar s III tE
nedy's Laxative.Cough Syrup It is i, constipation$water all runs to the f 501! 4 491 415 ...................._ ...............-...... .. !
President City Council. eye, nose and throat Instead of passing out 8 53 4 52 4 17 ....... ......_.........BelL............-..... .... I I"
better than any other cough remedy Attest: 1 of the system through the liver and kidneys. 57$7\ 4 20 .. .... ._Mayo Junction .......... S VK
laxative assures S. P. MAYS. City Clerk.I For the want of 00 111 Ur 4 25S = = .- Day- ......... itt t7
because Its principle S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the dry and hard." moisture all the bowels besom* I' 00 Lv :. ::::::::: :::':::::D.y_:::::f......_.- :' 4 !f
a healthy, copious action of the Nearly other cough curea !08 5 06 :: .Silo .: '!
City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby are constipating,especially those containing 10 5 10 : : ..Townsend _. :. -..... 5i !;
bowels and at the same Jt heals Irritation Certify that the above and foregoing Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Hone and 25 5 25 440........._....._.......5mith ._..............-....... [.ill :;
of the bowels and at the Ordinance No. 56 Tar moves the bowels 42 5 38 ...............--Fenholloway_.......m....... S .. hf
was regularly passed contains DO Opiate 10 10 6 os: ....... ..... .... S i
same time it heals irritation of the bv the City Council on the 8th day Aria 25 Ar 620Ar .......-.......-.- -PerT7-L....--. ..... S .. A.I
throat: strengthens the brou'hlLl; of April. A. D. 190. and the sameIs bar
r-erebv certified to the Mayor fort
tubes and allays inflammation of the
mucous membrane. Contains Honey Witness my band and seal of said I MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

and Tar, pleasant to take. Children Cltv. this 8th day of April, A. D.

like it. Conforms to the National 1 1907. WEST BOUND. LASSFrt.
Food and Drug Law. Cold by '
Pure City Clerk. Frt dt Passes Paasen 1 $
d* P..... Paaa. '. cei Paw ..
City Pharmacy. Examined and approved by me \ get .1Na
tMsth day of Anril. A. D. 1907.M. Relieves Colds by working them out 7. L !
of the..ystemMoUlh : jKo.9.Lily f NQ 11, NQ,13. Aa '
I a copious action of I' Daily Hsi -t
E. BROOMS Mayor. f I the bovels. s nday S ianday
arias ez.Sub,
ORDINANCE No. 5C. Only Only ss.6a c -
I msRelleves Coughs by 1 _
An Ordinance to amend Sections I the cleansing and A. M. > P. M. A. IL P. M.Leave.
1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the ORDINANCE, 5:. : strengthening mucous membranes of Leave Leave Leave 1" 'r
the ,
Florida throat chest lungs and bronchial tubes. 9 10 4 402Si I 9 4e 630 _........Mayo Junction.... '. !R 7![
of Live Oak. being an An Ordinance for thee :
City providing For 464 53IOCS (43!..:..... ........Clark......... .. l
Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to b1islring. opening and extending I Croup. Waoopiag Cough,La Gripper 9 361 06 seal.........:.:.:..._Peteraoo.Mayo. ...h." -. rt !i be
prohibit the running at large on the of Wilbur street In the City of Liver Inflaenu Bronchitis, u4 all Courts. rW 10 Me :40aAri10 15 605 ....................- -- s 16 f.,i lJS
Colds, and 10 Ar S 25 615 ... .... .. Ltl v
Long Bronchial affecttou Alton
streets of the City of Live Oak of r> :. Florida. from the east side of I nt -- -

torses! mules, hogs aud goats, and Mo avenue eastward to White remedy U equal to Ecaatdy'a: LuAtirt Regular top. Connection made at Dow ling Par ** s'l

to provide for the impounding and! street in White's Addition to said Song u4'tar._ Children lib it. from Live w sa

disposing: of' the same," passed City ten hundred and thirty-two Put UI bi IS*.IOe awl tLOO bttle at Uw La*. other Oa. and Perry. For information as A

" September ,30th, 1903, and approved (1032) feet, said street to be fifty eraaorr.f K.O.EX Witt&O ..CM cap.U".L&. lines, 'phone or call on Gen rt.' Passenger Atml' j 1THOS.

October 6th", 1903.- (50\ feet In width.Be Sold by City. ling Building Lire Oak

Be it ordained by the Mayor and It Ordained by the Mayor and Pharmacy DOWLIKG, Presidert. K. PiJ HOPRLI'8c G


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LIVK OAK JJA?LT'DEMOCRAT Fr.mA, MAr 1O, ioo1' '" s ,

,':'.10:entertain fifteen na1motions A Colored Alan in Another Town. J ** tint*

during the coming Win..'Hardlri, the colored man who; : CLINTON & US

operates an ice plant electric light I LSEABOARD .
plant and store near the Times office I'

ge, valuation of the paper has laid a bran new sidewalk of

tell dallr bV Uncle Sam vitrified brick. Let the good workgo ..

JJ.000,000. on.-Quincy Times.
: .
___ Railway.

-,',*''Joyce, 180 Sullivan SL, If You Don't Wholesale and _
,N. H. writes: "About Rei
t i,
bought two bottles oey succeed the first time use Herblne Savannah Columbia Camden i.
Southern Pines
j.coc. i I ,
CareIt cured me ot and you will get instant rel'ef. The
-, of Kidney trouble of greatest liver regulator. A positive Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, tail Dealers in Floriv
ease Philadelphia and New York.
-s' standing. It certainly; cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia:

. medicine and I Malaria Chills and all fiver com
pant'good da and WesternMEATS
otend it," City Phar- plaints. Mr. Cof Emory, Texas,
rec- d-w* writes: "My wife has been using Her TWO\ ELEOflNT\ TRfllNS\ DOILY '

blne for herself and children for five

ii yilllam Tuke, a Quaker years. It is a sure cure for constipation I

t'ie first national asylum fore and malaria fever which Is sub Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

> la York: England.indent stantiated by wbat It has done for
my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug s

civilization of Rome Co. d-w .

'the doll: ,as an Instructive :Modern : Pullman -: Equipment. %

., for'children. The ardent Frenchman looked ten Phone 24.

derly at the fair young angel of his

Do You Lore soul. "Jet'adore! he murmured. The Jamestown Exposition Line Promdt deliveries

he "Maybe I'd better" she returned.
You wonder why "You can't never tell who's listeningin
'1"B1l1 bottle of White's Cream this yere 'house."-Baltimore NORFOLK, VA. anywhere in the
< will never 'cry
md he
American. Excursion Tickets 3., le
.wes have worms and the on Daily

-' know It. White'syermifuge ..' City.
A Xarow Escape.G. .
rids the child ofte4
\V. Cloyd a merchant of Plunk,
: cleans out Its system In For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agentof
Mo., had a narrow escape four years
Every mother should I or write,
t way ago when he ran a jimson bur into ,

bottle It.of fear this need medicine never In enter the his thumb. He says: "The doctor S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. Gent Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla. The Great Keadaclie; Cure.BromoPepsin.

.>With Price 25c. Sold by Su- wanted to amputate it but I would II 11 1111I1111III11111111111111111111' 1I1III I t II H

d-w not consent. I bought a box of Buck-
t.Brag Ca len's Arnica Salve and that cured the

dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay I. I. I I' I. . I. . . . I. . . . . I I'
Casper Stokes of "Note the \" ord Pepsin 4
or.Edward & Groover, druggists.. d-w i
was at one time teacher OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT i S. Head+t6s. IndlgesLoa.!

e iKbool, '
\J\L IB'OftI Nervousness
Fishes have been discovered in T ROn
t is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is i
Gautemala with two pairs of eyes.
g is the popular sport of broad enough to accommodate all, and the Spot. _
One does above water and
pair duty
: tournaments are held
M. Great the other below the fish thus being So Opiates. Absolutely Harmless
mite_ lupremaclea of districts HERE. ARE ITS PATRONS: f
able to see equally well In.each ele- All Dragf itU. 10. U*. tai MXt

food use not been ment. 1.-The young folks with their small savings. *or Sctlc By S
4Bei Jour
smelted the 'entire pro-I I 2.-The bread.inner, striving to accumulate a fundto The City Pharmacy

fa the same Scotland during the last ten years .procure a hone, 05 a competency for old age. :

.'.acb.needs help. Kodol For I has grown wealthy in business more 3.-The \yell-to-do, for the convenience afforded and I LIYI OaK, FLA.

and Dypepsla not only .I rapidly: than, has England, the rales the income provided. 41-23-trwi-yi.

Tkit you eat it tones the of,increase;being 50 per cent'in Scotland t 4.-Those.with idle funds awaiting other investment.

u4 adds strength to the and 'only4l per cent In Eng- '

v Makes rich pare blood.I. land. .' THE FIRSTNATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida : THOMPSON & WARREN =

eenforms to the National Pure and
Sold i . I I I I '.' I . . . . . . Drays Delivery Wagons.
sad, Drug Law, by City "Here's to your health and hop-
Furniture moving and Lumber
d piness"-DeWitt's Little Early Risers
Hauling Specialties.STOVE .
-famous little pills. Nasty sick .

'. .Churchill receives.., roy- headache or biliousness may'come on WOOD
L N-cents .vorameand 'al-I l anytime; the cure ia-an Early Riser.
Any length delivered to any partof
i"receipt from one book,are i i Sold by City Pharmacy.. d

i5blTe i been $150,000, city, promptly. Give us your

L \ They do some things better in s busines. Phone 55.

government has decid- Mexico. The manager of a bull fightIn

,Bast the right to work' gold Monterey advertised that a cer-

I to citizens of England Ger- tain number of bulls would be in the H. J. MORRIS,

.?ranee. the United States and ring. For producing one bull less %
Contractor and: Builder
than the announced number the man

'!>. was fined $200 by the municipal authorltles. Apply for plans, estimates

\. Stop Grumbling. .-Youth's Companion.In Fer SichiversA and specifications. '

,(gaffer from Rheumatism t f' .
,for'Ballard's Snow Liniment Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. -Crossing..
the city of northern Mexico
; nick relief. It is
a sure I
where American commodities are in PURELY VEGETABLE .
|.to Sprains Rheumatism. Con- ,
use the native oil often is replacedby
,i Voaclea and all pains--and v 'COMPOUND
i the tin cans of the'Standard Oil GO
TOE22e* \
tl\reach of alL Price %5c, )
The carriers by attach-
14Q- C. R. Smith Tenaha.i CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.
,,tesi "I have used Ballard'sliiment ing two or more cans to their yoke QUICKLY CURES alA, MALARIA. CHILLS and
carry double the quantity possible in ALL UVER COMPLAINTS. T. J. CLEMMONS
in my family for years the old receptacles. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by ,
*ui found It a fine remedy for '. TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased ,

i u4 aches. I recommend It I today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. <

i to the chest." Sold by Su- Notice to Our Customers. :1
Drag Co. -We are pleased' to announce that FEVER AFTEB
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs. ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED For Fresh Groceriesand

UJ of settlers, la naming colds and lung troubles is no affect- .ru. W.A. Whitewall Emory Tex., j

*.town,called It Dictionary. ed by the National Pure Food and .vwntes: "My child had chills and fever
u they said. "that's the only Drug law as It contains no opiates or for tour years. We tried all kinds of Best Florida t
,medicines aDd finally ea acquaintance
*rt other harmful drugs, and we recom-
prosperity and mine recommended Herbioe. We used
are always >found." mend It as a safe remedy for child- three bottles, and the child is now coofcletery /
Meats at the
'r ren and adults. City Pharmacy. d-w .cared. Yon hare my permisioa ]
to publish this testimonial as I cheerfully -
-1 the
Congregation. mother
recommend Herbiae to all
"MWWH who disturbed the con- 1)on't Pjy Alimony. having children afflicted.mine. ,1

bit, Sunday by continualy -To be divorced from your append x { LIME B3TTLE. 500 GET THE 6IHUIHI West End Market.

,requested to buy a bottles Here will be no occasion for it if ?ru p 'BALL ARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
and Tar. I
City Phar-
keep :rIIJur bowels 'regular with Dr. ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

'r, d-W King's New Life Pills. Their act ln
dsl1ara-- -- Is so gentle that the appendix never Phone 169. Fr'e Jtelnery.
Mexico, there are has cause to make the least com SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY I;
baths where the animals Barclay &
Guaranteed by
r wfoy. plaint. Live Oak : : Florida.
tab iwimmlng after the Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try Suwannee Drug Company.
dust, After the bah them. d-w 1
given a thorough

> ua rundown In the shal- Prince Eugene of Sweden, one of Home" the valuable advice: "Paste a postage illlllllllllltiSllilllll'l
to Eottomaand
Jfm the
of the pooL DR. CHAS. f. TAYLOR, : ;
the most democratic of royal person- Said One of Them. stamp on your back, climb into a i

ages, studied art seriously in Paris, mail box and make a noise like a reg-
Best 1riend.a"ton.* where he was known In the artistic Falling Waters, W Va.-Funny istered letter." \ VETERINARY. ;l'|

who lives on and literary world as "E. Oscarson" tricks are being worked to rid folks "Don't drown at sea" was another i Solicits your tro e-Office.

tt MR Fort Edward. N. Y., He Is fond of touring Italy and al- here of their money. Benjamin the Franklin Franklin "ad." E. Z. Bradford sent | at.residence-one (3 rings) 143 J

's Ken' Discovery is ways has for a companion some pain has been asked by govern Ms dollar and asked what should be 'HM'i'U' II*J 4"M">.

friend, It cured me ter or sculptor friend. He devotes ment to explain his methods of get- done in case of shipwreck. The answer

ears igo. It has alsoccompllshed. most of his time td\andseape work. ting rich quick. A New York far- to this was. "Sink unit you reach

:pndelf-1 cure of in- mer answered an advertisement i tte bottom and walk home." to wash say kind ofebtA
," and enclosed i USE IAYADURA or 1u to eieans. 4
; ended the tera' The women mussel gatherers of "How to get more ___ wood-work.paints fornitur -
end"tLis( France wear trousers aad high boots the dollar fee Franklin's advice j' ..etc.:to scour floor, iron pots or cooking
kills people
complaint more
iftoms "Raise more hens. Kidney utRaia; remove dandraff or pcnpmUm. Ask
left with a waa. simply.
one which look worn I
by grotesque
one complained that when than any other disease. This is due roar grocer for U or send his name to
iIeTy Prfectly well.. Dr. tight-fitting waist and a sailcloth I Another man I
of to the disease being so Insidious that
veils to keepit he sent $5 to Jearn the secret Lavadura Chemical Co.,
power which is up
OTermarvel apron i be-
.II.-j It tsa good hold on the system
he was ge
lzcr work"
.s lllflp17 out of the water. They carry also i. ing without the house. fore It Is recognized. Foley's Kid. Savannah. Gf'or ia.OT .
boader poor
remed'L Xd na' wooden sandals of a wide and curious to>> become a ; .
triedto rey Cure will prevent the development "; "-. iPi
lty Bar- pattern, which are intended to give When an Inquisitive person If E'f: :, ". ..b : : 1=
'' usrstnteed secret of "travel free at of fatal disease taken,In time. '..r !_- '
a9 and them a firmer footing on shifting learn he received City pi armacy. d-w Ialfd..U .8/......,.. .V., 0,....'..
a ,
Iris: sands. government expense

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w : I. 'Two week-ago she purchased None 'Girl-Bride Gets- HallhrelTsf20,000t ."0 ,
; :: :: :LOCALS. s About >OOYork. : :! .".J:_ '. : from lie Sawanneer Dm?CdL two one- .
.. .
} 1. ---NOTICE ..
.Miss'Connie Felton. ,of Mayo, 14 tie grain;tablets of stridmfD C. sulphate* rfetai i! .,*ieF ..May; lO.-j By -"Tf ,.sud;:. I -.4'" : :"" "" -, -s- t ." .
McColi and subsequently} purchased jdn dea ttjl Jast ight of Ch.vL-s lterican "'
charming Mrs. D. O. -. S
.guestsof i : : ; : ,
tablets of :
;: .. t',,. .. the City Pharmacy sbc ste'wasqueried !I34IIieIl. ce presionit t the'Am ',;}:P tontractors. and: Prospective ButtererW ;,_; -
like nature la each case
.. Tobacco..Company.and..former '
,::E.:MCooper.- of.: Jacksonville. Is as to what she wanted win I,head ot the."tobaccjj 'firm o? Liggett : LIVE OAK B9KK &
the tablets and warned that death bulk of )ifs .
In the city.jicZday., Mr. Cooper was_ & Yy rs.ot St. LO La the ilI .
result from taking one of wife
his of
will to
great fortune go '
formerly. a resident of Lire Oat. -- will furnish Lime ,
them. She *. I -taaled. w OAKC a j a few, ,:months, .;hot,before her. marriage you your ,. -

Miss Vlrgie Register went to- Lire tonic, and Inquired specifically about tQ Lhlmt,bad teen Ruth A. Plaster Laths and all kinds ot Ifefekj

the amount to take at a. dose after trained Fl left it Is
Coles e,
y Oak last Sunday jon a visit to relaUnes' purse j OUR SPECIAL: White Sand LMe
diluted In wa-er Of the first: Brlek.kt
and friends.-Jasper. being estimated. $20.000,000.; : It was last
took none. It Is '
two tablets she married
October that ne the _pretty

There: win be a big tacky skat- claimed that of the last six purchased young goman whq. ,had_sassed him The Live Oak Brick&
she took yesterday for headache -
Ing at the Auditorium next Wednesday two through an illness following_ an operation .

night' Music will be. furnished t which of course produceddeath. for: appendicitis.. Later while

by the'fifth City Brass .Band, A, Doctors Brown and Thomason he was recuperating IJL Maine Miss

prize, will be given to the_boy ,and Went summoned to her bedside Cotes went along In the capacity of .

j girl wearing the most attractive cos last night about nine o'clock, ,but nurse. Long-beforVhe became con- Ml I H I *

tume.. The affair will be given by the she tad passed relief. valescent'he had fallen in love with .

band' and it. is hoped it will: be weir I There was positively, lio.eau. for the deft girl In the white apron. S .
ter suicide III health and she
except _
patronized., I II USINESSt I Itr
was not.. really in any alarming condition ,- } TO GROW FRUITS OX SHED.: '

Miss Ruby O'Quinn. the efficient

stenographer. for the Florida Rall-:I Miss Ferrell wag "In conversation On the'Carnegie Estate Shed 'Will _

way,."leaves today for. her home In'with' the local editor of the Democrat Cover Two Acres of Gardens.

the White'ben Springs.young ladles Miss Ruby that; is has one evheld' of II a very last cheerful evening mood., and She owned was In Candler, Fla. May 9.-Prof. ,J. T.McKlnny. I'Ifr I -I Iof

a clerical position In Live; Oak. homestead in Manatee county, and .. of thlg place, an .extensive
we tiere endeavoring to sell it for l.o'lfer.* has Just
and Is universally admired by all who I
know her. She is not enjoying the i I her and it was upon .this subject plans for, a_ sledi to. cover: two, .acres

I we were conversing. Of course it of ground which fie, :will ant up at
best of health, and goes toher fath-
er's tome hoping to recuperate... All I!was a terrible shock tous to hear of the .Carnegie estajte. Dungeness, on
[ Cumberland Island; I
will wish for her return for she .Is I her death this morning.
j :Miss Ferrell had many noble Under the shed, :which: will be an
extremely modest and
: po ular, re I
i improvement upon the one with, which
tiring. and one of the most agreeable traits of character. She was industrious
ladles that In Live i I striving to make a livelihood Prof. McKinny has.covering ten acres i.t"
young, was ever '
Oak 'I for herself and mother, and had accumulated here, will be grown oranges and all I

j some means, which she tropical fruits.. Tt is to be so ar- | SPECIAL ANNOUNCED

I ranged that, the operation of opening;
At.a meeting of the Snwannee informed Q3 yesterday she Intendedto I .
or closing the top can be done in a -c w
invest in Live Oak property-
Rifles last night, which, was attended it. :
by Maj. Small it was decided that She was quite a familiar figure on minute. Electricity. will do the work.., For the next three.,months,.a FOUBl MONTHS ovayLM:
+t will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT
the company should not disband, and our streets; assisting Mrs Bailey in for only$M ;_
his business the auction and Boon for:Housewives. Special courses. all Departments . pledged himself t9' the at store ;; have been se jna! |

loyalty of his enlistment, and new her -character was admired by alL (London Tribune.) |!f! student entering on this,special offer can.,finish withat the fell

officers will be elected to the full Rather of a retiring nature sue did .If the Builders': Exhibition at t*; ; scholarship '0 o.|

complement and the ranks will >be not' seek the gayeties of society but Olympia:had possessed no other pointof This b an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss "H

recruited Maj. Small IV favorably was content to be known as a work 'special appeal to the housewife, Do you wish.your salary increased? Enroll with.mail

impressed with our and ing girl whose character was, above the exhibits of window frames and help to
company ; ; you a good paying position or get a better one tea ya '
does not want to see it disband. This reproach. sashes would atoaeuhave .sufficed to -

Is one, of the best companies in the We have known Miss Ferrell fbr make worth her while to. go there WRITE FOR 'CATALOG ISOUTHERN e

state has always been recognized as several months and met her nearly and study them.There were several

such and it would be a suicidal every day and, conversed with her. types, of revolytngc sash window

policy ,for the people to allow: it to It Is a\reat mystery to- us'why she frames easily manipulated enablingthe BUSINESS CtNiE

"stack arms" at this or any other should take her own lIfe.. pane to be':swung'inward or out-

t4.i '. Her home suroundings seemed to ward for cleaning purposes but it

.... ..'1',.< '. be pleasant her disposition always was the folding jcasement which, ap- LIVE OAK FLORIDA J

Mrs., V. N. McArthur entertained seemed to be genial and we never peared to the.common sense of everyone

last evening in honor of Miss Wilson. saw her In a dispondent mood. She as being theJdeal thing in win- ::1-: L. M.MTTOK, President 5lEfflW, -

All of the young people of East'End, was very much.devoted to her mother dow fittings... f 1 . . . .
and a few not quite so young, were ,' and her cousin's family, and we a ,

present Miss Wilson was "a 'hostwithin are prone,-to believe that the fatal The Grocer'sTJftle Scheme. .--_ rI'

herself,"charming her guests dose was taken by mistake rather

with music both Instrumental and, than with suicide intent. The funeral (From the New York Sun.) XEW FLORIDA RAILROAD. A Ise P.. .

vocaL She also acted several coon I will take place at Mr. Bailey's "Hello, hello L" shouted an uptown The old order ib bee{

songs. Misses Maggie Holmes and residence this afternoon at 3:30. grocer., He held the receiver to his Capitalized. at Sewn Millions of Dol- changed when,tie gerssr
Sarah Suraski gave very laughablrecitations Eld. Gr1 n, of the Christian Church ear for,.a moment while he frowned Ian-the New Road Will Open Carolina, meeting fiSouth : .

also. Games were played eofficiating, and the interment in the impatiently. .Then a smile trans- Up Fine Territory. Carolina at ite

and the time passed all too quickly. city cemetery. Dr. Caswell.. funeral formed his feature* '. Regarding the new Florida rail position; must needs n&&i

Lemonade and cake, such as only director. "Ohl" he said+"Andrew Carnegie's; road spoken of In The 'Democrat a ,historic salutation tmw

Mrs. McArthdr can make were served HAXSIOX NEEDS $10OOO MORE. house? All right. I'll hold the line." few days ago the Atlanta Constitution perance scruples
informally and a delightful even A brief pause.. Eight or ten wo- says: The Southern State tt*

Ing was.brought to a close by a skIll- Building at Tallahassee fa Incomplete men were waiting.fidgeted. '"The charter was Issued to the Sa- stronghold of prohibits

ful rendition of "Home Sweet Home:' and Funds Are Exhausted.' "Yes. Mrs. Carnegie!" shouted the vannah and Southwestern Railroad In 150 of the 1S0 cou l

by Miss Wilson. Mrs. McArthur is (Jacksonville Metropolis.) grocer into the phone. "This morn-' Company, and its the sale of liquor it tart!
among Incorporators -
an ideal hostess, making everyone Governor and Mrs. Broward helda ing's order? Yes. and the goods have are found some of the wealthiest others are largely fret has

feel at ease at once on entering her reception last evening at the new been sent; they should be at your I! most substantial and progressive saloons. Georgia u4

presence. May she live long and executive mansion in Tallahassee. place now-It won't be long before citizens overwhelmingly pre
of Georgia Instance the fol-
have many another such delightful The building Is not nearly finished they arrive. How is Mr, Carnegie I great whiske.m 1ar&
: D. G. Purse, Savannah E.
occasion.A and the reception was given to show feeling today? Good! I'm glad to ; tucky has 47 prohibitim
M. Frank Savannah J.H.
the legislators the house and what it hear it. Yes; thank you. All right ; H. Entel- ; Tennessee and Vlrglii*"
man. Savannah John
; J. McDonough,
needed. Judging by the way the good by.
most delightful "chicken pillau"was In few cities.
Savannah; H. R. Brown cept a
given Thursday evening by Mr. workmen were laboring yesterday One of the customers who bad been coun- The boast of dIaIrm'
ty; C. W. Deen
and Mrs. J. E. Turbevtlle, in honorof morning when a Metropolis reporter waiting for the proprietor to wait W. Appling county; J. I the Prohibition l\at1OUl
Quincy. Coffee
Miss Flora Farnsworth and Miss paid the place a visit it will be two upon her while he was busy with county; W. B. Rod-I that ..the whole South Ube

Hildegarde Mann. A large fire was or three months before the buildingis "Mrs. Carnegie said, sarcastically toa Carlton.denberry.Colquitt Grady county; John A. on the warpath *k1*!*

built in the yard over which were ready for occupancy that is, if the woman who stood by her side: county. i iI last vestage of the Bs"*

hung two large kettles, in regulation legislature will vote more: funds for "That makes me tired. :Every I not'extravagant,.wr&**

camp fashion presided over by a Its completion It is understood the time that man gets a store full of customers Capitalization $7OOOOOO. oversanguine that llca ei-

black genius named Uncle Eben. fund for the building 125,000 is exhausted as he frequently does at this i will become waatr.all1-
"The ,
Another bonfire close by afforded and It is conservatively time of the day he always has a call capitalization company begins business witha Texas. Oklahoma ant .

light for, this memorable occasion estimated that it will take at least from some wealthy person in the is of $7.000,000, and it I yin decade.
stated that a
The 110,000 more to finish it ready for neighborhood."No the work of
flickering glow of the fires castweird up bs'
tion win begin immediately construc-I This
shadows over the faces of those cvcui>any.: of course they don't trade I local ofitioa.i*
has been through
The legislature of 190 the here--that's placed on the .market The
present as they sat around the fir Itelling passed what I'm getting at. Floras,A&t**'
terms of Georgia,
stories, singing songs and bill vpurnoiiatlng $25,000 for this They are fake calls, and he never the charter give the company -!,
playing various amusing games. Ata man&'oo. talks to those whose names he speaks the authority to bond' its property Maryland and'Ivy ate

late hour the pillau was pronounced so loudly. Why does he do it? 1 for'not more than $%0,000 per I I sissippi the .Hus
Sir Straight told this tale mile of road Florida where
ready for consumption and was eaten suppose it Is to make his patrons actually constructed. fss1s&fpjll--
at a recent dinner of the Journeymen "The survey of the I $1000; iaI ){
from wooden pats a part of which think the swellest persons in this partof road prgvides 'l"tplI ;
Hairdressers' Trade Society in for a line that will I from UOO to
had been broken off to be used as town buy at his store. penetrate Southwest -
London: When a young barrister he Georgia and I :
spoons. Every one thoroughly enjoyed a part of Florida I009
went into a barber's shop to be touching the
gulf '
point in WashIngton
the pillau. which was declareda Tipped Quotations.. -
shaved and was a, little startled to county. Florida : ure. Nor.11 therein &D1t
most beyond
excellent production. Those (Glasgod News.) Apala-
see the woman cashier behind the chlcola. The ; the voting streai;
partaking of the hospitality of Mr. actual distance will be
Mr. Gladstone
counter staring at him from time to made the mistake something like 350 Republican part
and Mrs. Turbeville were: Misses miles, though the !, thf ti
time through the glass door. When of thinking that the phrase "the survey may i, The change trOll
Farnsworth Mann Anderson. Sprag- slightly Increase or de-|
gon.. Fitts and Graddy. 'Messrs. he got outside the shop the policeman land of the leal" referred to Scotland. crease the distance. i i is the verdict ot oe__

said "I am very glad to find and so used It. And it was he also "In Georgia '!science on the ram'--.
Stephens Tucker Carter and Drs. railroad will tra- eat'
you have come out." The officer explained who. intone of his Midlothian speeches verse the i ed as a local lsSIt
West and Price. All voted Mr. and counties of Chatham, Bryan,
referred to the words boine.-WortL
that he had been anxious be- of the Liberty. Tatnall to the
Mrs. Turbevile Appling. e
the Jeff Davis
most delightfulof cause the barber had just come out Psalmist "God tempers the wind .to Coffee I
entertainers. of the lunatic asylum the previous the shorn lamb"-a text for which Grady and Decatur.Colquitt in Florida, Thomas, I I The presence of V1''. ,

week and his the devout may search the the 1'ar1lv"
relatives were wonder- Scriptures
Death of Miss Rosa FarrelL in vain. counties of Leon, Gadsden. Liberty I I actor, in the a
ing whether they would have to send i anfA
Franklin *
Calhoun i produced
This morning our town was shock and Washington
him back again. Sydney Smith was guilty of an will be of "* '
I performance
ed to hear of the death of Miss RosaFerrell. penetrated. I I
even more atrocious a
blunder when he 1
"It rha
is male
a cousin of J. M. Bailey An effort is being made in Missouri spoke of -that beautiful proposed to touch Baxley every r
with whom she and her mother lived. to obtain an appropriation of $50.- "Now lettest be.gtnni9g Douglas. Moultrie and possibly Nashville ated by an M.. e

Miss Ferrell was 'a. maiden lady: 000 for the ..thou thy ,servant and,Cairo ln Georgia took place la the ft
establishment of a steel depart ,In peace.';' A no less col&-and Apalachi- be 'u I
about'36 years of age.. highly educated plant at Jefferson City to be operated curious. mistake 'Quhicy"will be objective Royal, and dt1-J
was made- ,:by Points the
In of
refined and, (a most genial dis-jby prison"'labor. 'It is_designed 'that Bright on one occasion when he: attributed Florida. hospital .

position. She has been In bad health] 4 this plant shall turn out 'shapes demanded the common 'phrase "The principal offices of the com- 1,000.. pounds.r'y
"Clean -
for some'time,'and for two weeks of[ by the countries for bridge liness Is next'to' godHness" to the pany will,'" be at Savannah. -- .- -

last:month.wag.confined to her bed-!building and. other Improvements. Apostle. .P&uL :....r: OLL
-'_ .. .. Subscribe : s 3
fob.fie Daily Democrat
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